Nearly five years ago I published a post for a will I had stumbled upon for a William S. MORRIS of...Read More
Category: African American Ancestry
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 I have transcribed a deed from my 4th great-grandfather John HOLMES to Church CHAPMAN of...Read More
When researching one’s genealogy, an often neglected resource is a county’s apprenticeship bonds....Read More
William S. Morris of New Bern’s will provides instructions to emancipate “my negro woman and three mulatto children”
Before offering the transcription of this will, first it seems appropriate to provide some context. In 1808 the Act Prohibiting Importation of Slaves became effective. Even before that, however, North Carolina never played as...Read More
If you are researching your ancestry, and know that one of your forebears was one of North Carolina’s earliest citizens, you should visit CoastalCarolinaIndians.com for the vast number of research resources available. The...Read More
I originally compiled and published this list at CoastalCarolinaIndians.com for the purpose of helping people with their Indian ancestry research. The entries below have been taken from transcriptions of the 1790 Federal Census...Read More
I originally published this list at CoastalCarolinaIndians.com due to the fact that Indians were...Read More
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