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With them went Lizzy and Rosetta. Here they all lived for the next three years. The twenty-ﬁve-year-old Eliza Robarts, ever cheerful and attractive, married for a third time shortly after their arrival. Her new husband, David Robarts, a cousin of her second husband, was a cotton factor and commission merchant in Greensboro. 33 The Robarts, with the children, moved between the plantation and Greensboro. Charles and Susan began school, and as a six-year-old Charles gave his ‘‘ﬁrst public address’’ in the little village.
To the south ﬂowed the North Newport, its waters having cut a crescent into the island at a place settlers named Half Moon. 21 The island had been settled before the Revolution by a number of families from Bermuda, and for a while it had been known as Bermuda Island. But powerful fevers had struck them, leaving many dead, and the remainder had returned home, leaving behind a Bermuda grass that grew thick in the sandy soil of the island and on the bluﬀ at Sunbury. Other settlers had followed, and among them was the ﬁrst John Jones, who had an indigo plantation near Half Moon.
Weakened by one pregnancy after another, she must have been able to provide those in her womb only limited nourishment even as her sorrows increased with each new burial. ’’ 8 Standing behind Sarah and the children were the household servants. Sylvia was here, for it was her custom to greet all who came to the front gate. And Jack was here as well. With Sylvia, he was responsible for the running of the household. She had oversight of the kitchen and the preparation of food, in addition to special responsibilities as the Momma of young Mary and little Hannah.