Cromartie Family Association

93rd Annual Reunion

Sunday October 9th, 2022

The 2022 Cromartie Reunion will take place the weekend of October 8th and 9th.

Saturday October 8th, 2022: In the evening, we will have dinner at the Little Pond Catering Restaurant at 2016 Princess Place Drive in Wilmington, NC.  Fee for the dinner will be $30. THE SATURDAY EVENT IS FULL. SUNDAY EVENT IS NOT FULL! We will ensure we have a larger venue next year. 

Sunday October 9th, 2022: Reunion at the South River Presbyterian Church in Bladen County with lunch following on the grounds. Registration begins at 10:00 AM with the Service at 11:00 AM. Please be at the church no later than 10:30 so we may register everyone by 11 am. Lunch is $20.00 per person. 

The Sunday reunion will be both onsite at the church and will stream online via YouTube for those that cannot attend in person. We will send out the YouTube information closer to the Reunion via email. 

Our speaker this year will be Jim Darden, North Carolina Governor of the Jamestown Society. 

Please sign up on the website below if you plan to attend. We need an RSVP for all events to ensure accurate dinner and lunch provisions. You may email us as well: [email protected]

We will adhere to all Covid guidelines in place at that time.

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Reunion News

Greetings Cromartie Family!

Read our 90th Annual Reunion Newsletter

Reunion History

The Cromartie Family Reunion was first observed on August 29, 1929 and was attended by various descendants of William Cromartie, an immigrant from Orkney, Scotland. "William of Orkney" settled the Cape Fear River area of North Carolina in 1750 and became the patriarch of the Cromartie Family in America. That first meeting of Cromartie descendants was held at White Lake, North Carolina to form a family organization for the preservation of Cromartie Family history, its genealogy, and to honor their family patriarch.

Family Plaque

A granite marker in memory of William Cromartie was unveiled in a commemorative program at the South River Presbyterian Church on August 18, 1932.

Family Plaque

This marker was installed and can still be viewed near the site of his Revolutionary period home near the intersection of Highway 701 and 210 which have the following coordinates 34*44'53.53" North, 78*25'18.05" West.

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