John Owens I, according to Tyrrell County North Carolina Wills, was married to "Ann". Together they had five children Zachariah Owens I, Thomas Owens, John Owens II, Adam Owens and Sarah Owens. Adam Owens was the unborn child at the time John Owens wrote his Will.

The records show that John Owens I died in 1750. It is believed that He and Ann were the beginning of most of the Owens lines now found in North Eastern North Carolina. 

The purpose of this web site is to attempt to bring together all who feel they may have descended from John Owens I and his wife Ann. This site is newly under construction as of this date 1-29-2000. By the nature of what we are attempting to accomplish we anticipate it will always be under construction and some parts provisional..

The grandchildren of William Albert Owens Sr. and Corenthia Idean Sawyer Owens, (8th generation from John Owens I and Ann) are taking on the responsibility of organizing both this web page and hopefully an association which will sponsor an annual outing open to all who may be descendents (direct or indirect) of John Owens I.

The Webmaster J. A. Owens welcomes the input from all who would like to see the prospective association become a reality. Please browse through and visit the "intended pages" then e-mail JA with your thoughts, comments, and materials you would like to see added.

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