Yes, I am still trying to uncover more information about the Brite/Bright families of early NC and VA.
There was more than one Charles Brite, but I am assuming that you are interested in the Charles Brite, born Nov. 15, 1755 in Currituck Co., NC; died March 27, 1830 in Marlboro, S.C.He married Mary Bennet.
He had two children, including Godgrey Bright, born 1804 and died 1869, both in Marlboro.His other son was Purrington Bright, and I have no other info. about him.
But Godfrey married Sarah Esterling, born 1804 in Marlboro, S.C. and died in 1844 in Louisiana.They had a son, Stephen Tulles Bright, born April 14, 1841 in Mississippi and died Feb. 2, 1917 in Columbia, Arkansas.
Stephen T. Bright married Ann Ross Arlington, b. April 1847 and died Dec. 3, 1872 in Hempstead, AK.They had a son, John S. Bright, b. Nov. 3, 1866 and died Oct. 14, 1931 in Hempstead, AK.
John S. Bright married Iduma Aislin and had a daughter, Rosamond Bright, b.July 31, 1890 in Pike Col, Arkansas and died Aug. 18, 1939 in AK.
I have no further info. on this line.I think that the Charles Bright who migrated to South Carolina had a father named Henry, but I am not sure which Henry was his father. He hailed from Currituck County.
I hope this helps and that you can help me separage the various Henrys from Currituck and Pasquotank counties.
I believe that my Bright line traces back to the original Henry Bright who was born in Virginia about 1760, maybe, and came to Pasquotank about 1700.He probably was married twice and had several children, including a Henry and a Charles.I am (I think) a descendant of that Charles.But some of the information is a bit sketchy.I would like to hear back from you about whom you think your Charles' father was in Currituck.