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1870 Alleghany County, NC Census By Jeffrey Weaver
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Full transcript of the 1870 Alleghany County, North Carolina census, with full index.
1860 Alleghany County, NC Census By Jeffrey Weaver
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Complete transcription of the 1860 Alleghany County, North Carolina Census. Full name index.
1870 Alleghany County, North Carolina Census By Jeffrey C. Weaver
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Full transcript of the 1870 Alleghany County, North Carolina census, with full index.
1860 Alleghany County, North Carolina Census By Jeffrey C. Weaver
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Complete transcription of the 1860 Alleghany County, North Carolina Census. Full name index.
Alleghany County, N.C. - Road Records - Volume 1 (1861-1910) By Stewart Dunaway
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NOTE: There are TWO volumes for this county. BOTH volumes are required due to the records being cataloged (in the Archives) by category and NOT by date. This is the first volume. Alleghany County was... More > formed in 1859 from Ashe County, and borders the Virginia-North Carolina State line. Ashe County resides to the immediate west, and Surry County on the east. Ashe County was formed from Wilkes in 1799, and Wilkes from Surry in 1777. Therefore, road records before 1859 will reside in Ashe County (already transcribed by this author). Alleghany County was never subdivided and remains the same since formation. This collection is unique in several ways. Most county road records are cataloged (in each folder) by year and not by content. This collection was cataloged by content (e.g. Petitions separated from jury reports). There were NO mill records found for this county.< Less
Alleghany County, N.C. - Road Records - Volume 2 (1861-1910) By Stewart Dunaway
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This is the second and final volume containing records from one box as preserved in the State Archives. Unfortunately, the quantity of records in this box demands two volumes, as well as these... More > records being Stored by type and not just in date order. This will demand both volumes and probably the need to go between them; as the petition might be in volume 1, and the jury report in volume 2. Alleghany County was formed in 1859 from Ashe County, and borders the Virginia-North Carolina State line. Ashe County resides to the immediate west, and Surry County on the east. Ashe County was formed from Wilkes in 1799, and Wilkes from Surry in 1777. Therefore, road records before 1859 will reside in Ashe County (already transcribed by this author). Alleghany County was never subdivided and remains the same since formation.< Less
There's Copper in Them Thar Hills!: Copper Mining in Watauga, Ashe and Alleghany Counties of North Carolina By Doug McGuinn
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The Wilmington, North Carolina firm of Bannister, Cowan & Company, in its glowing report titled, just as glowingly, The Resources of North Carolina: Its Natural Wealth, Condition, and Advantages,... More > as Existing in 1869. Presented to the Capitalists and People of the Central and Northern States, wrote that “[t]he three most noted copper mines in the northwestern part of the State are the Elk Knob, Peach Bottom, and Ore Knob. … In the southeast corner of Ashe County is another mine of some note, known as Gap Creek [aka the Copper Knob Mine].” THERE'S COPPER IN THEM THAR HILLS! contains the histories of those four mines, which, as Bannister, Cowan & Company pointed out in its report, were all located in the mountains of northwest North Carolina: the Elk Knob Mine in Watauga County, the Copper Knob Mine and the Ore Knob Mine in Ashe County, and the Peach Bottom Mine in Alleghany County.< Less
We're All Crazy! A Genealogy of the Jones Family of Big Ridge, Alleghany Co, Virginia and Kanawha Co, West Virgina By Kathy Jones-Kristof
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A Genealogy of the Jones Family of Big Ridge, Alleghany Co, Virginia and Kanawha Co, West Virginia. Includes surnames Jones, Alexander, Blagg, Bowcock, Bowyer, Hoke, another Jones family from... More > Alleghany County, Lang, Louderback, Marshall, Matheney, McMullen, Monroe, Piper, Reeds & Soames, Rees, Robinson, Sherwood, Stadtler, Weire, White and Wolfe.< Less
Ashe County, N.C. - Road, Bridge, and Mill Records (1827-1916) By Stewart Dunaway
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Ashe County was formed in 1799 from Wilkes County. Despite the age, the older records were not preserved. Ashe will be reduced in size, when Watauga County is formed in 1849 (along with parts from... More > Wilkes, Caldwell, and Yancey). Ashe will be reduced in size a second time, when Alleghany County is formed from part of the eastern side in 1859. Like so many counties in the State, this collection will consist of a few pre-civil war, and then jump a decade or two, to the post-civil war era, missing so much of the early beginnings of the county road development. Wilkes County, being the parent of Ashe, might be a source for early road development. Wilkes County records have been transcribed by this author (1776-1853).< Less
Mountain Mourning By Cyrus Stoneman
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The real story of Daniel Crouse and the Unionists of Alleghany County, North Carolina, including Chesley Cheek, Levi Fender, Killens Creek, the Heroes of America, etc.

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