Robert Potts Families

The Story of Kinston & Lenoir County - Some of the early settlers of Lenoir County, NC were Robert Potts and Francis Stringer, others.

A 1781 Dobbs County Deed references Robert Potts owned land "on the north side of Neuce River and on the east side of Jerico Branch". Map

Robert had two proven sons, Stringer and Stephen Potts and all three men were listed in the 1769 Dobbs County, NC Tax List. Another probable son was Pleasant Potts who was shown in deeds and the 1800 census to be a neighbor of Stringer Potts.

Robert Potts, Lenoir-Onslow
     Stringer Potts, Lenoir-Onslow
          Daniel Potts, Rutherford County, TN
                William Stevens Jr., Williamson County, TN
                Potts, Stephens/Stevens & Winsetts, Williamson County, TN
                Stephens/Stevens Marriages, Williamson County, TN
         Robert Potts, Tennessee-Illinois-Arkansas
                Early Winsett Family, Dobbs County, NC
                Winsett Family, NC to TN
                William Jones Family, Jones County, NC
                Winsett, Jones and Jarman Deeds, Jones County, NC
                David and Elizabeth Jones, NC - Rutherford County, TN
     Pleasant Potts, Lenoir
           Susanna Potts, Lenoir
           Lucy Potts & Lewis Faulkner, Lenoir
           James Potts, Lenoir
           Mary Potts, Lenoir

The following children are being included due to Robert owning land in Onslow County and a witness to documents there and Stringer's ownership of land in Onlsow County also.

     Stephen Potts, Lenoir, Onslow
     Petition Naming Daughters, Onslow
     Priscilla Potts & Abraham Haney, Onslow
     Mary Potts & John Jones, Onslow
     Sophiah Potts, Onslow
     Barshaba Potts, Onslow
         Morris Potts, Onslow

Potts Tombstones
Potts Census & Neighbors