For years, I've known about the large population of Cahoons in northeastern North Carolina, on the Outer Banks, on the northern and southern banks of the Albemarle Sound and the western banks of the Pamlico Sound, but I've found known very little about my branch of the Cahoon family, which located in the early 1700s between the Pamlico and Neuse rivers.
Having spent most of this year researching that branch of the Cahoons, and thanks largely to several significant sources who still live and collect research in that region, I've begun a weblog to publish that data: http://carolinacahoons.blogspot.com/http://carolinacahoons.blogspot.com/
It is a starting point, and there are large gaps in my data. And I've chosen to post identifying information only up to my grandfather's generation. But there is still plenty to room to explore and plenty of dots to be connected.
Anyone with additional information, or corrections or clarifications, should send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.