In March 2014, I wrote a lengthy post about the mystery of my 3rd great-grandmother Nancy...Read More
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by Sara Whitford | Nov 2, 2022 | African American Ancestry, Articles, Carteret County Genealogy, Craven County Genealogy, Dobbs County Genealogy, Early Colonial Records, Hyde County Genealogy, Indian Ancestry, Pitt County Genealogy | 4 |
I was recently asked by Wake County Public Libraries to give a virtual Zoom presentation on...Read More
Nearly five years ago I published a post for a will I had stumbled upon for a William S. MORRIS of...Read More
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
Yes, there were, indeed, two Rocksolanah CARRUTHERS. I used to think there were two Rocksolanahs,...Read More
I have the complete set of Craven County Court Minutes books by the late Weynette Parks Haun, and...Read More
This article relates to Stephen AVERY (Stephen AVERITT) of Craven and Beaufort Counties, husband...Read More
Below I have transcribed a deed from my 4th great-grandfather John HOLMES to Church CHAPMAN of...Read More
I found the following while browsing through the Craven County Estates, wills, 1786, 1794, 1858,...Read More
Next to genealogy and history research, my second favorite obsession is watching MeTV. I love...Read More
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