WHALEY surname notes from
- An Ezekiel Whaley was on the Dobbs/Lenoir 1790 Census and had
descendents that have moved into the Florida and Georgia areas. I
think he may have possibly been the son of old James Whaley, Sr.
James Whaley, Sr.
- James Whaley, Sr. sold a piece of property in Duplin County in
1723. I don't have a concrete connection on him as the parent of
Ezekiel yet. The only connection I have is that he signed up as a
pfier in the American Revolution in Duplin County at the age of
12, but he lived all his life until his death somewhere on the
Lenoir/Jones County line. He was married to Nancy Jarmon of Onslow
- Rigdon Whaley, Sr. lived at one time in the Lenoir County area
and had a turpentine business there, he is the son of William
Whaley, Sr. of the Duplin County 1790 Census. I went to a family
reunion last year at the Ayden American Legion Bldg. in the fall
of 1999 after the hurricane flood waters went down, it was the Ira
Jackson Whaley Family Reunion, I am planning on being there in
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