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Camden County, N.C. - Road Records (1860-1926) By Stewart Dunaway
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Camden was formed in 1777, from the northeast section of Pasquotank County. Despite the age, the older records were not preserved. In fact, only one folder of these records remain, filed in the... More > miscellaneous county record box. However, prior to the formation, the older records can be researched via Pasquotank, which has a very nice collection of road, bridge, mill, and ferry records.< Less
Cemeteries of Western Carver County, Minnesota By Debbie Boe
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This is the most comprehensive book of burial monument information available for the cemeteries in Western Carver County, Minnesota. The cemeteries are grouped by location, and each cemetery list is... More > in alphabetical order. The entries are assigned a row or location identifier that corresponds with a general map of the cemetery. The cemeteries were visited in 1990, 1991, or 1998. This book contains burial monument information for the cemeteries in the townships of Benton, Camden, Hancock, Hollywood, Waconia, Watertown, and Young America. This book is a must have for the genealogist searching for information in one of these areas. There are over 16,000 entries in this book. The book has comfortable size print. Soft Cover.< Less
Streetcars of New Jersey - Delaware River Valley By Barker Gummere, Joseph F. Eid, Jr.
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This book is the second of three parts covering the history of streetcars in New Jersey, from horsecar railways to the electric trolley age that rapidly spread throughout the state. This volume... More > covers Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Salem and Warren Counties. It includes Public Service-Southern Division and Public Service RR bust not the five Northern Counties, as these are covered in Volume III. There are more than 100 photographs and complete rosters for all companies that operated in the Delaware River Valley.< Less
Land Confiscation Records of North Carolina - Vol. 2 (1779-1800) By Stewart Dunaway
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This is the second of three volumes containing NC State Archive Records pertaining to Land Confiscation. Land Confiscation Act was initially developed to provoke men who could not decide to fight for... More > Independence versus remaining loyal to the King. The threat was – you could have your property (and personal possessions) confiscated and sold. This Act ultimately will be invoked and land was confiscated across the state. These records are the accounts preserved and filed in the State Treasurer and Comptroller’s office. This volume documents those records for the following Counties – Anson, Beaufort, Bertie, Bladen, Brunswick, Camden, Chowan, Craven, and Currituck. Note: The quantity of records by county varies a lot – however, what was preserved is contained here.< Less
A Hillhouse Clan's Migrations: South Carolina to Kentucky and Tennessee By Robert Callaham
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George H. Hillhouse’s clan descended from Scotch-Irish pioneering, migratory stock. His ancestors settled in Camden Co., SC, and later migrated to Pendleton Dist., SC. Some relatives migrated... More > to Crooked Creek, Crittenden Co.,KY. After visiting there, George Hillhouse returned to SC to claim his bride, Elizabeth Dobbins, and they trekked to KY. Elizabeth Dobbins, second daughter of James and Eliz. (Stephenson) Dobbins, lived with her family, 1780s to 1800s, on James Dobbins’ Varennes plantation four miles SE of where Anderson, SC, was established, 1826. At age 25-plus (1807) Elizabeth married George H. Hillhouse. They immediately migrated about 600 hundred miles to Crooked Creek, KY, seeking land ceded by Indians. By 1810, they had migrated farther west and southward to Giles and Lawrence Counties, Tenn. There they raised ten children. Probate, Bible, and land records are presented for Hillhouse men in Camden (York) and Pendleton Dist., SC, Livingston Co., KY, Giles and Lawrence Counties, TN.< Less
Streetcars of New Jersey By Barker Gummere, Joseph F. Eid, Jr.
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This book combines all three volumes (Atlantic Coast, Delaware River Valley & Metropolitan Northeast) covering the history of streetcars in New Jersey, from horsecar railways to the electric... More > trolley age that rapidly spread throughout the state. This volume covers Atlantic, Cape May, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Cumberland, Salem, Camden, Gloucester, Burlington, Mercer, Hunterdon, Warren, Essex, Hudson, Passaic, Bergen, Somerset, Middlesex, Union and Morris Counties including Public Service. There are more than 340 photographs and complete rosters for all companies that operated in the State of New Jersey.< Less
Heads of Families, First Census of the United States – North Carolina By Bureau of the Census
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The 1790 Census is a must have for every serious genealogist. Known as the Head of Households census, the 1790 census was the first U.S. population census. This version, originally published by the... More > Government Printing Office in Washington in 1908, covered a U.S. population of 3.9 million. This reprint is 292 pages including 94 pages of indexed names. Included in the North Carolina census are the following 1790 counties: Anson, Beaufort, Bertie, Bladen, Brunswick, Burke, Camden, Carteret, Caswell, Chatham, Chowan, Craven, Cumberland, Currituck, Dobbs, Duplin, Edgecombe, Franklin, Gates, Granville, Guilford, Halifax, Hertford, Hyde, Iredell, Johnston, Jones, Lincoln, Martin, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Moore, Nash, New Hanover, Northampton, Onslow, Orange, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Pitt, Randolph, Richmond, Robeson, Rockingham, Rowan, Rutherford, Sampson, Stokes, Surry, Tyrrell, Wake, Warren, Wayne, Wilkes.< Less