The Bonners of Chowan County, North Carolina: A Family History
Henry Bonner (ca 1620-1689) left Britain and came to the American colonies sometime before March 1644. He settled on what was then Mattacomack Creek in Chowan County, North Carolina. For the next hundred years the Bonner family lived in that part of Chowan County. Thomas Bonner (ca 1744-1804) left North Carolina and moved with his family first to South Carolina and later to Georgia. In South Carolina he fought with Colonel Benjamin Roebuck's Carolina Regiment during the American War for Independence.
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