It’s always a good idea to look at original records yourself. More than once, I’ve...Read More
Category: Dobbs County Genealogy
There were, demonstrably, two William Brights living within, what was then, Craven County during...Read More
by Sara Whitford | Jul 1, 2018 | Articles, Beaufort County Genealogy, Bertie County Genealogy, Craven County Genealogy, Deeds, Grants and Patents, Dobbs County Genealogy, Early Colonial Records, Glasgow County Genealogy, Hyde County Genealogy, Miscellaneous Records, Pitt County Genealogy, Tyrell County Genealogy, Wills & Estate Records | 0 |
I’ve been researching a bunch of different things lately and I’m trying to...Read More
by Sara Whitford | Mar 19, 2017 | Articles, Beaufort County Genealogy, Carteret County Genealogy, Craven County Genealogy, Deeds, Grants and Patents, Dobbs County Genealogy, Duplin County Genealogy, Edgecombe County Genealogy, Johnston County Genealogy, Lenoir County Genealogy, Martin County Genealogy, Onslow County Genealogy, Pitt County Genealogy, Research Databases | 9 |
A growing list of Eastern North Carolina counties now have their deeds and other records online....Read More
Albemarle County: 1729-32. James Tuder paid quit rents to his majesty the king, 29 Sep 1729 to Mar...Read More
List of Dobbs County citizens whose guns were taken and used by the King’s forces against the Regulators
The following is a list of men whose guns “were taken into the King’s Service for the Use of the Dobbs Detachment [against the Regulators] and … not returned to the Owners.” This can be found in the Colonial...Read More
Revolutionary War Service (From The American Revolution in North Carolina at Carolana.com) Henby, Dennis Dobbs County Regiment 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Benjamin Sheppard and Col. Abraham Sheppard. Moore’s...Read More
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