THE BENJAMIN & EDITH SPAULDING

DESCENDANTS FOUNDATION

THE BENJAMIN AND EDITH SPAULDING DESCENDANTS FOUNDATION IS INCORPORATED AS A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO UPLIFTING OTHERS THROUGH EDUCATIONAL, LITERARY, CHARITABLE AND SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES. 

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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

June 18, 2012

Go to www.GeorgeHenryWhite.com for additional information. 

This memorial is a place intended to serve as a focus for the memory of the life and legacy of the late Congressman George Henry White (1852-1918), in his birth place; and to provide a location in Bladen County...

June 7, 2012

The line of one of North Carolina's most interesting families began in 1773 with Benjamin Spaulding in old Bladen County. Benjamin married Edith Delphia Freeman, who was born in 1786. They had eight sons and one daughter.

Those first Spauldings set a high standard of...

February 11, 2012

On Jan. 28, members of the Phoenix Historical Society and representatives from the Benjamin and Edith Spaulding Descendants Foundation launched efforts to mutually support each other in their respective undertakings to promote public knowledge of the record and unique...

January 31, 2012

Correspondent Dana Stone

TARBORO —   Why isn’t George Henry White a household name?  If Vincent Spalding has anything to do with it, that will soon change.

     Long ignored in African American history books and recognitions, George Henry White of North Carolina w...

January 30, 2012

Photo by Jonina S. Wrenn

Benjamin & Edith Spaulding Descendents Foundation, Inc. (BESDF) present recognition plaque to The Phoenix Historical Society, Inc. (PHS) at George Henry White Day breakfast meeting on Saturday, January 28, 2012, at Edgecombe County Administrat...

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