Below I have transcribed the entire Beaufort County tax listing for 1789, including various rural districts, the town of Washington, and the town of Bath. If you would like to see all of the original images of this and many other early North Carolina tax lists, please click here to visit the NCDCR website. Hint: These […]
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According to publicly-accessible family trees at Ancestry.com, a Craven County woman named Jemima MILLS, said to be a daughter of Nasby MILLS and Keziah HUNTER or Keziah WALLACE or Keziah Hunter WALLACE, was born about 1760, then married a Craven County man named Gideon PETTIT. Some trees record this happened sometime around 1812, while others do […]
I’ve been working on organizing my seemingly endless genealogy files lately, and came across images I had taken of microfilm (or microfiche?) at the Craven Regional Library back in 2011. Unfortunately, I didn’t note the reels these came from, but I’m including the images at the bottom of this page, along with a transcription immediately below. […]
How early were your ancestors in North Carolina? If they were here prior to the War of Independence, then it might be worthwhile to check the Moseley Map for their names, or at least their surnames. The Moseley Map was created in 1733 by Edward Moseley (1682-1749), who was Surveyor General of North Carolina from […]
The following are links to North Carolina counties for the 1870 Federal Census. Thanks to the Internet Archive, these are free to access online, and you can also download them as PDF files. Volume Reel 1121 – Alamance, Alexander, and Alleghany Counties Volume Reel 1122 – Anson and Ashe Counties Volume Reel 1123 – Beaufort and […]
The following was printed in the February 2005 edition of Pitt County Genealogical Quarterly journal. It was abstracted and contributed to that publication by Roger Kammerer. This, and other issues of the journal, may be found at the Internet Archive. 1786 Swift Creek Tax List The following is a list of taxables from the Swift […]
The following can be found in the State Records of North Carolina, Volume 26, Pages 481-500.
The following can be found in the State Records of North Carolina, Volume 26, Pages 904-926.
The following are some entries for Henby/Hemby households in eastern North Carolina counties, including Perquimans, Pasquotank, Pitt, Lenoir and Onslow Counties. 1790 Federal Census Name: James Henby Home in 1790 (City, County, State): Dobbs, North Carolina Free White Persons – Males – Under 16: 3 Free White Persons – Males – 16 […]
The following can be found in the State Records of North Carolina, Volume 26, Pages 254-269.