For this installment, we turn to the third volume of the collection. In this book, there are...Read More
Category: Apprenticeship Records
by Sara Whitford | Jan 1, 2019 | African American Ancestry, Apprenticeship Records, Articles, Bastardy Bonds, Deeds, Grants and Patents, Genealogy Basics and Items of General Interest, Marriage Records, Research Databases, Special Categories, Wills & Estate Records | 0 |
FamilySearch has been steadily putting a ton of North Carolina records on their site that...Read More
Below is a transcription of the last will and testament of Mary HOLMES of Craven County. Although...Read More
When researching one’s genealogy, an often neglected resource is a county’s apprenticeship bonds....Read More
From Craven County, North Carolina Court Minutes Book VI (1764-1771) by Weynette Parks Haun p. 78 (July 1767) -38 Ordered that Charles BUTLER an Orphan Boy son of William BUTLER Aged Fifteen Years be Bound Apprentice to...Read More
Apprentice Bond for Arthur Butler to Thomas Swaffer(Swafford), 7 April 1764 This Indenture, made the 7th Day of April in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Sixty four Witnesseth , That John Williams Esq,...Read More
I originally published this list at CoastalCarolinaIndians.com due to the fact that Indians were...Read More
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