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Brunswick County The Best of the Beaches By J. C. Judah
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Brunswick County: The Best of the Beaches Visit the beaches of charming Brunswick County, North Carolina. Enjoy over 100 photographs of the shoreline, shrimp boats, fishermen, churches,... More > sunbathers, landscape, and special destinations of southeastern North Carolina. Enjoy your virtual visit to the Brunswick beaches long after the salt air has soothed your soul in Southport, Oak Island, Holden Beach, Varnamtown, Ocean Isle or Sunset Beach. "A riveting journey through the Brunswick Isles. A geat book to remind you of a wonderful vacation spot." Don McCauley, ICM, PC, CH. Author of Learn to Live a Life Without Problems. "Very informative and interesting facts coupled with great photographs to bring back the treasured memories and good times of the Brunswick beaches." Richard Triebe, Author of A Rising Tide & Port Royal. "This book preserves the sense of salt air and personal joys experienced at the Brunswick County beaches." Edith Edwards, Author of The Ghost at Turle Nest.< Less
Brunswick County The Best of the Beaches By J. C. Judah
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Brunswick County: The Best of the Beaches Visit the beaches of charming Brunswick County, North Carolina. Enjoy over 100 photographs of the shoreline, shrimp boats, fishermen, churches,... More > sunbathers, landscape, and special destinations of southeastern North Carolina. Enjoy your virtual visit to the Brunswick beaches long after the salt air has soothed your soul in Southport, Oak Island, Holden Beach, Varnamtown, Ocean Isle or Sunset Beach. "A riveting journey through the Brunswick Isles. A geat book to remind you of a wonderful vacation spot." Don McCauley, ICM, PC, CH. Author of Learn to Live a Life Without Problems. "Very informative and interesting facts coupled with great photographs to bring back the treasured memories and good times of the Brunswick beaches." Richard Triebe, Author of A Rising Tide & Port Royal. "This book preserves the sense of salt air and personal joys experienced at the Brunswick County beaches." Edith Edwards, Author of The Ghost at Turle Nest.< Less
Brunswick County, Virginia Court Orders 1774-1782 By Bevin J. Creel
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This is an approximately exact transcription of the county court orders of Brunswick County between 1774-1782.
Brunswick County, Virginia Court Orders 1774-1782 By Bevin J. Creel
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This is an approximately exact transcription of the county court orders of Brunswick County between 1774-1782.
The Legends of Brunswick County - Ghosts, Pirates, Indians and Colonial North Carolina By Christy Judah
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Beyond the ocean mist is an area rich in history and lore. Explore the fascinating past of 16th through 20th Century Brunswick County, North Carolina. Visit these historic times through the eyes... More > of its early residents, historical documents, ghosts, seafaring pirates, Indian predecessors, notable cemeteries (including known Slave Cemeteries), local facts, and legends. Take a glimpse into the rich tradition and culture of Brunswick County, and become a part of the southeastern North Carolina legacy. Meet Mary Hemingway, a plantation owner and one of the original settlers of Brunswick County. Read her Last Will & Testament and find out where her final resting place is located. Gain a deeper appreciation and understanding of colonial challenges, pirate lifestyles, and the intricacies of the Indian culture and their clashes with the early settlers. Peruse the names and lives of the original residents of Brunswick County, North Carolina. Enjoy your trip back into time.< Less
The Legends of Brunswick County Ghosts, Pirates, Indians and Colonial North Carolina By J. C. Judah
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Beyond the ocean mist in an area rich in history and lore. Here lies Brunswick County, North Carolina. Explore the fascinating past of the 16th through the 20th century in this southeastern North... More > Carolina coastal area. Visit these historic eras through the eyes of its early settlers, historical documents, seafaring pirates, ghosts, and Indians. Visit a slave cemetery and meet some of the earliest residents of the area including Mary Hemingway, a large land owner with 71 slaves in 1840. Her plantation and burial site is known to locals. Take a glimpse into the rich tradition of the colonial settlers and discover early America.< Less
A Photo Tour of the Covered Bridges of New Brunswick By Ray Boucher
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New Brunswick, Canada once boasted of having over 200 covered bridges. By 2009 only 64 remained. This book will carry you on a photographic journey to the remaining 64 covered bridges scattered... More > throughout the province. The photos are grouped by county and with the exception of Gloucester, the counties are grouped alphabetically. Within the county the bridge photos are presented in such a way as to take the viewer on short day trips of 2 to 6 bridges should you wish to visit personally. As you read the little blurbs accompanying each bridge you will find many having two names. The first name is the one designated by the Department of Transportation. The second name (found in brackets) is the name most commonly used by the local population. In addition you will find a picture of a small walking covered bridge in Riverview and a tourist information center built as a covered bridge at Coles Island.< Less
Brunswick County, N.C. - Road, Bridge, Ferry, and Mill Records (1808-1911) By Stewart Dunaway
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Although a old county, the records are fairly sparse. Road records are from (1808-1911) in one folder. Bridge records are (1813-1905) also contained in one folder. The ferry records(1838-1841) are... More > across three folders (only a few pages), and the mill records (1819-1907) are in one folder. A nice “general” set of records, but certainly not a complete or large collection.< Less
The Dead Don't Like to be Forgotten: Tales of the South Brunswick Islands By Wilburn Smith
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A thunderous boom that breaks the night waking locals from their slumber, the rattle of chains heard on lonely roads that make motorists speed along home, wet footprints that follow tourists on early... More > morning walks, cries of wild animals that defy science, and mysterious lights that dance in the night’s sky. Brunswick County is famous for its miles of shorelines and an abundance of golf courses, but a deeper look reveals hauntings directly related to historical events that even the most creative minds could not have imagined. Dark legacies the booms of Brunswick County, rooms with a boo, and ladies of the manor are just a few of the haunting stories we have uncovered in our research that redefine our unique brand of southern hospitality.< Less
Out of Mississippi - The John Robert Wingate Family of Nacogdoches County, Texas By Deason Hunt
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The legacy of John Robert Wingate, who died in1902 in Nacogdoches County, Texas was a large extended family that grew up in and around Nacogdoches and surrounding areas of East Texas. A dedicated... More > father and saw mill operator, John's Texas roots grew out of his native Mississippi and North Carolina. Great, great grandfather Edward Wingate of Brunswick County, North Carolina was an officer in the state militia during the Revolutionary War. His son Walter aided the patriot General Francis Marion, the "Swamp Fox." John's grandfather, Edward Taylor Wingate, eventually also came to Texas (although estranged from his Mississippi family) and served in the Mexican War. He has been confused with the Edward Wingate who was martyred at Goliad during the Texas Revolution against Mexico. John's father, Robert Harrison Wingate, served in the home guard for the siege of Vicksburg and, after exchange, in a Mississippi Confederate cavalry unit for the remainder of the U. S. Civil War.< Less