I’ve had to take a break from research for the past few months because I’ve been so...Read More
Category: Miscellaneous Records
(This article was originally published July 25, 2018. It was most recently updated June 6, 2019.)...Read More
I do descend from the GRIFFIN family of Pitt County, though I’ll admit I haven’t spent...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
The following is a transcription of a letter from David K. ROACH to his mother, Mary...Read More
Surnames mentioned: KING, FORNES, BOYD, HODGES, WILLIAMS, MORRIS, WITHERINGTON, RIGGS, LEE, KEMP,...Read More
I have the complete set of Craven County Court Minutes books by the late Weynette Parks Haun, and...Read More
As was the case with the FORNES court minute items, this is not a comprehensive list of every...Read More
by Sara Whitford | Dec 31, 2017 | Articles, Chowan County Genealogy, Deeds, Grants and Patents, Early Colonial Records, Miscellaneous Records, Perquimans County Genealogy, Wills & Estate Records | 1 |
The following items are pulled from the North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register, Vol....Read More
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