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Dr James Norcom
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Birth: Dec. 29, 1778
Death: Nov. 9, 1850

St. Paul's parish records:
"Norcom, Dr. James (December 29, 1778-November 9, 1850) son of John Norcom and wife Miriam (Standin) married (1) August 8, 1801, Mary Custis (eventually separated and divorced) (2) July 22, 1810, Mary Matilda Horniblow"
A Big Thank You goes to Find A Grave contributor C. L. Roth for this information
James Norcom
Birth: Dec 29 1778 Edenton NC
Death: Nov 9 1850 Sycamore Farm, Edenton NC

Spouse (1) Mary Custus
Marriage: abt 1801
Death: Aft 1808

Spouse (2) Mary Matilda Horniblow
Birth: Oct 31 1794 Edenton NC
Death: Jul 28 1868 Sycamore Farm Edenton NC
Marriage Jul 22 1810 Edenton NC

Children of this union:
1. James Norcom Jr. 1811-1878
2. Elizabeth Hannah Norcom 1820-1850
3. Mary Matilda Norcom 1822-1872
4. William Augustus Blount Norcom M.D. 1836-1881
Family links: 
  John Norcom (1740 - 1802)
  Mary Matilda Horniblow Norcom (1794 - 1863)*
  John Norcom (1802 - 1856)*
  James Norcom (1811 - 1880)*
  Benjamin Rush Norcom (1815 - 1858)*
  Casper Wistar Norcom (1818 - 1872)*
  Elizabeth Hannah Norcom (1820 - 1849)*
  Abner Norcom (1827 - 1882)*
  Henderson Standin Norcom (1829 - 1895)*
  William Augustus Blount Norcom (1836 - 1881)*
*Calculated relationship
Saint Pauls Episcopal Churchyard
Chowan County
North Carolina, USA
Plot: 64
Created by: CindyS
Record added: Mar 10, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25175277
Dr James Norcom
Added by: Jan
Dr James Norcom
Added by: CindyS
Dr James Norcom
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Known as "Dr. Flint" in the true story, "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl", by Harriet Ann Jacobs
- Jan
 Added: Mar. 26, 2013
May God have mercy on your soul. You and your wife were not just slave owners, but according to the book by Harriet Ann Jacobs "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl" you were monsters.
- Anonymous
 Added: Mar. 16, 2013
May the gods have mercy on your soul for being a hideous slave owner.
 Added: Jun. 10, 2012
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