I was asked for information on this man, so I am entering it in the forum.From the book "Pasquotank County, North Carolina Record of Deeds, 1700-1751" by Gwen Boyer Bjorkman, is the following:
"North Carolina, George Whidby, Junr. of Alligator in the precinct of Pasquotank & County of Albemarke for & in consideration of the sum of 10 pounds sterling...paid by Cornelius Fitzpatrick of Alligator...sold...one half or moiety of a parcel or piece of land ct. 330 acres lying on ye north side of Alligator Creek whose Patent bears date ye..19th day of October 1716 binding on the watery gum branch...that is to say 105 acres... (A:192)...3 April 1718.Signed: George Whidbye.Wit: John Woodland, Joseph Winship, Edwd. Linington.Ack: 15 July 1718. Regt: 24 7br 1718."(I do not know what 7br means.)
(B:34) North Carolina, Pasquotank Co., George Whedbee and Ann my wife...for and in consideration of that parentla love and affection that we do bear towards our loving children viz William Boyd, Elizabeth Boyd, Winefred Boyd, and Thomas Boyd have given...240 pounds current money of Virginia to be paid...at their arrival at the age of 21 years or day of marriage, also we give to our son William Boyd one pair of shoe buckles that was his father's John Boyds, also we give unto our daughter Winifred Boyd one gold ring.. that was her father John Boyd's, also we give unto our son Thomas Boyd one silver seal that was his grandfather Thomas Boyd's...14 Aug 1746.Signed:George Whedbeen, Ann Whedbee.Wit: Mary Robinson, Mary Evans, Joseph Robinson.Proved: Oct Court 1747 by the affirmation of Joseph Robinson, Regt: 24 Oct. 1747.
Then paid in part of the within bond to William Boyd one pari (pair?) of silver shoe buckles that was his father's, also paid Elizabeth Boyd one gold ring that was her father John Boyds in part of the within bond, also paid Winifred Boyd one gold ring, that was her father John Boyd's in part of the within bond, delivered to Anthony Markham one silver seal in keeping for our son Thomas Boyd, at his arrival at the age of 20 years or day of marriage, it being part of the within bond by cash paid to William Boyd in part of the within deed, 3 pounds 2 shillings & 6 pense by do paid Thos Boyd 3 pounds 2 shillings & 6 pense in part of the within bond.These may certify that the afsd receipts was ordered by Anthony Markham to be registered and is accordingly registd. the 24 Oct. 1747."
(In 1729 a John Boyd and his wife Ann bought land in Pasquotank; in the index Ann Boyd is listed as being on the page I have quoted above.)
There were also several deeds in which George Whedbee was a witness.A Richard was also a witness on two deeds, and a John was listed as "of Currituck" and probably Pasquotank.