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Bertie County, N.C. - Road Records - Vol. 2 - (1835-1888) By Stewart Dunaway
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Bertie was formed in 1722 from Chowan County. Bertie will be reduced in size (like many other early Colonial counties) with the formation of Tyrrell (1729), Edgecombe and Northampton (1741), and... More > Hertford (with other counties in 1759). Therefore, what appears today as little Bertie County was a large area in the colonial era. In fact, this will assist the researcher when attempting to locate an old family locale in Bertie County they actually may be located in Halifax County today. This book contains the 2nd and final box of records for Bertie County. This box contains road, bridge, and ferry records. However, the bridge and ferry folders were already transcribed and provided in earlier editions. Yet, the remaining road records were not completed – until now.< Less
Bertie County, N.C. - Road and Bridge Records (1737-1903) By Stewart Dunaway
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Although carved up over the centuries, Bertie has a nice collection of Colonial records, as well as early American. This collection spans from 1737 to 1903. This book contains records up to 1834 for... More > roads (another box remains) and all of the bridge records in one large folder (1749-1903). There is a separate book for the mill and ferry records.< Less
Bertie County, N.C. - Mill and Ferry Records (1736-1842) By Stewart Dunaway
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Bertie County, NC – is another eastern (and very old) county containing a great collection of Colonial records. This book contains images of each document, and a short transcript in order to... More > index and catalog each record. These original records are in the State Archives (Raleigh) and each document is not cataloged (other than year-range era). THIS County also has a great collection of very old Ferry Petitions, and some Wharf records as well. Lastly, the county has a number of mill pond plats (see the front and back cover for examples) which are rare, but these records are very old too. Bertie Road and Bridge records are provided in a separate book.< Less
Las Mujeres de Kern County By Andrés Prieto Spool
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Alex B. Berti es un perturbado detective privado al que muchos tildan de ser el asesino serial que aterroriza la comunidad de Kern Counties; ignoto hasta ahora apodado por la prensa de “El... More > Chupacabras”. Dueño de un oscuro y vicioso pasado, el detective es víctima de ardides motivados por los celos, la envidia y el resentimiento de terceros que anhelan verle caer. En esta primera parte de la Trilogía del Detective, A. Prieto-Spool nos mueve por un mundo fantástico de terror, pesadillas y alucinaciones, en el que la Novela Negra pareciera no ser suficiente para conducir al lector por sendero mental del protagonista. Con la propuesta de que nos perdamos en la lectura ante tanta irrealidad suspendida, Las Mujeres de Kern County resulta un deleite para los amantes de lo fantástico, el noire y el thriller.< Less
Chowan County, N.C. - Road Records - Vol 3 (1845-1912) By Stewart Dunaway
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Chowan County was formed in 1668 from Albemarle County (the original). Clearly Chowan will be divided into a smaller size, which began with the formation of Bertie County in 1722. This division and... More > formation of Bertie will greatly reduce Chowan County (Bertie will also be reduced in size over the decades). Then Chowan will be reduced in size by the creation of the following counties (as well as other adjoining counties) – Tyrrell (1729), Hertford (1759), and Gates (1779). This is clearly one of the original counties for the state. The oldest records are in the first volume (although not titled Volume 1) which contains the first box of road records (1711-1819) and the entire box of bridge records. This book contains the last box of road records, thus completing this county’s infrastructure collection (3-volumes of road and bridge, 1-volume of mill and Ferry, and 1-volume of Tavern records).< Less
Chowan County, N.C. - Road Records - Vol 2 (1820-1844) By Stewart Dunaway
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Chowan County was formed in 1668 from Albemarle County (the original). Clearly Chowan will be divided into a smaller size, which began with the formation of Bertie County in 1722. This division and... More > formation of Bertie will greatly reduce Chowan County (Bertie will also be reduced in size over the decades). Then Chowan will be reduced in size by the creation of the following counties (as well as other adjoining counties) – Tyrrell (1729), Hertford (1759), and Gates (1779). This is clearly one of the original counties for the state. The oldest records are in the first volume (although not titled Volume 1) which contained the first box of road records (1711-1819) and the entire box of bridge records. However, Chowan has six boxes of road records, and will require multiple volumes. This book contains the second box of records.< Less
Perquimans County, N.C. - Road and Bridge Records - (1711-1799) Vol 1 By Stewart Dunaway
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Perquimans County (on the east coast of N.C.) has the oldest County road records (original documents) in the State Archives (1711). This collection of records represents some of the oldest in the... More > state, and provides insight to the early colonial era road and bridge situations. This is the first of many records for this county. Additional volumes may be completed in the future. Pasquotank, Bertie, and Chowan Counties are also being added. This book also includes part of the “Float Bridge” records for Hertford.< Less
Perquimans County, N.C. Mill Petitions (1744-1885) & Ferry Bonds By Stewart Dunaway
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Perquimans County (on the east coast of N.C.) has some of the oldest Mill records in the state. Coupled with Pasquotank, Bertie, and Chowan Counties, this will clearly document Colonial mill... More > operations. Further, there are N.C. State Supreme Court ruling in this book (for this County) dealing with the Toll Dish fraud. The complete transcript and order to the Superior Court are included.< Less
Nash County, N.C. - Road Records - Vol. 2 (1833-1887 & Undated) By Stewart Dunaway
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Nash County was formed in 1777, from the western side of Edgecombe, which was formed in 1741 from Bertie. However, Nash County lost part of its southeastern side (as well as other counties lost parts... More > of their boundaries) to the formation of Wilson in 1855. This is the second (and last) volume of road records. There is also one book dedicated to Nash Bridge and Mill Records (1782-1875), and the first volume of road records covers (1768-1833). These three volumes cover a wide range of infrastructure records for Nash County – from Colonial time until the 20th century.< Less
Wilson County, N.C. - Road, Bridge, and Mill Records (1856-1911) By Stewart Dunaway
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Wilson County was formed in 1855, from parts of Edgecombe, Nash, Johnston, and Wayne Counties. Researchers looking further back in time (especially 18th century), Edgecombe County will be the focal... More > point (formed in 1741, from Bertie). I have transcribed all of the Edgecombe County records (Road, Bridge, and Mill) contained in two books. Also Nash County records have been transcribed (two volumes) as well as Johnston Co. (a very small and poorly preserved collection). Although a more modern county, Wilson has two boxes of road, bridge, and mill records in the State Archives. The first box contains the road records (1856-1911), and the second box containing the bridge records (1874-1909), mill records (1869-1886) and canal records (1883-1910).< Less