Hide/Hyde North Carolina Project

A group of Hyde researchers are working on a Project to sort out the Hide/Hyde families that originated in North Carolina in the 1700s.

 

We are gathering records and documents to post in one place to facilitate the Project’s efforts.

 

Hide/Hyde North Carolina Documents (Currently Password Protected for Project Members)

 

If you are also researching your North Carolina Hyde roots and are willing to help, please contact us by leaving a reply below.

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  • Regina, there were at least four William Hide/Hydes born circa 1829, and at least two of those were born in TN. The William Hyde in Christian County who married Louisa McDonald might not have been the same William who married Lucinda Gray. I see where Edward Martin appears to link them together, but this Edward Martin was a stonemason born in Ireland. Coincidentally, his friend was another William Hyde born 1829 in Ireland, also a stonemason. He built a few bridges in the area. Do you have any specific information that links Christian county William with Caldwell county William? The William who married Lucy Gray does appear to be living with Solomon Peasock Hyde before his marriage, which would link him to Joseph Hyde. The Grays are literally surrounded by Satterfields. And if Edward Hyde had provided security, that would also go back to Joseph. What we’re missing is Joseph’s first wife, as well as his time in TN. And it also appears that Joseph had a son William by his second wife, so I’d like to see something on paper attesting to William’s age, because to me it’s not clear if Lucy married the older William or the one closer to her in age. (To disambiguate, another Kentucky William Hide b 1829 married Nancy Jane Hide, John Hide provided surety, 1st Aug 1854, Warren County. There are two William Hide/Hydes who interacted with the Thompson family in Surry County, NC and Rhea County, TN circa 1815.) This is going to take some time to sort out, but it’s doable.

  • Ann, My name is Steve Carver born in Robinsville, Nc. related to the Thompson and Hyde in Graham county NC. Now live in Spring City Tn. Willing to Help .

    • Steve, when you have a chance, please email me and Tom (ann.sterling@gmail.com and dochyde2020@hotmail.com). If memory serves, which it still occasionally does, this is an early line involving Scots-Irish settlers from PA. Three brothers, John, William and Benjamin Hide/Hyde, one of whom married a Thomson/Thompson. I don’t think we have many records for Graham County, so this would be very helpful.

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