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Carteret County, N.C. - Road, Bridge, and Ferry Records (1774-1905) By Stewart Dunaway
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Carteret County, N.C. is a very old county (formed in 1722)on the east coast of North Carolina. However, the old 18th century records are very sparse, and none of the Colonial era records were... More > preserved. However, what was preserved are contained in this book. This 2-box collection as a handful of 18th century records and then followed by records up to 1905. There is one ferry record (1813), one bridge record (1888), and very few “canal records” (1813,1901) which were in Box 2 of the road records. Each record contains a photo-image of the original document, and a detailed index (Last, First name) is provided for easy searching. There are a few old record dealing with Ocracoke Island as well as a drawing (shown on the front cover)< Less
Pearce / Pierce Family of Duplin, Onslow and Pender Counties, North Carolina and Related Families By B.C. Brooks
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BOOK: Pearce / Pierce lines of Southeastern North Carolina. Many of these families were instrumental in forming the new colony of the Carolinas in the early 18th century and even the late 17th... More > century. We've been here a very long time! You will find the families of Whitfields, McCoys, Taylors, Fonvilles, etc. in the early Craven Co, NC area… later becoming Lenoir, Jones, Dobbs and Wayne Co's, NC. You will also find the Pearce's in Duplin in the mid 18th century finding their way into New Hanover (later Pender Co, NC) in the early to mid 19th century when they met up with the Foys and Meadows.< Less
Pearce / Pierce Family of Duplin, Onslow and Pender Counties, North Carolina and Related Families By B.C. Brooks
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BOOK: Pearce / Pierce lines of Southeastern North Carolina. Many of these families were instrumental in forming the new colony of the Carolinas in the early 18th century and even the late 17th... More > century. We've been here a very long time! You will find the families of Whitfields, McCoys, Taylors, Fonvilles, etc. in the early Craven Co, NC area… later becoming Lenoir, Jones, Dobbs and Wayne Co's, NC. You will also find the Pearce's in Duplin in the mid 18th century finding their way into New Hanover (later Pender Co, NC) in the early to mid 19th century when they met up with the Foys and Meadows.< Less
Craven County, N.C. - Road Records - Vol 2 (1840-1868) By Stewart Dunaway
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Craven was formed in 1705 from Bath. Craven, in this early time – really did not have a western boundary. Yet, as time moved forward the western side was defined by the creation of New Hanover... More > County in 1729 and Johnston County in 1746. However, earlier – the eastern side was carved to create Carteret County in 1722. Craven County was reduced again with the formation of Jones County in 1779. Finally, in 1879 Craven and Beaufort were reduced in size to jointly form Pamlico County. Craven County preserved three boxes of road records. Volume-1 of Craven Co. Road Records (already published) covers the earliest records from 1767 (Colonial) to 1839. This book corresponds with both Box 2 and Box 3 – thus completing all of the road records (for this county collection). Craven Co. also has a very nice collection of ferry and mill records, already in book form (by this author).< Less
Hiding on the Bottom By James Rosemond
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Hard Cover Edition, with color dust jacket. Over the course of two years, author James Rosemond, with the aid of a newfound dive buddy named Scotty, explores Carteret County, the bottom of the ocean,... More > and himself. This book is a humorous recounting of their misadventures above and below the surface, diving and hunting for flounder, while mildly stretching the recreational dive rules. Transitioning through a self imposed “mid life” crisis by “Hiding on the Bottom”, the author realizes that life is more than work, adventure being just beyond the door step. Scotty, with his bizarre wisdom, helps him understand what is important, finding life’s little pleasures and adventures along the way, always recognizing the humor in every situation. After reading the preview, which is the first part of Chapter One, if you want to read more before ordering the book, click on the James Rosemond link at the top of the page and then download the entire content of Chapter One for free.< Less
Hiding on the Bottom By James Rosemond
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Paperback edition. Over the course of two years, author James Rosemond, with the aid of a newfound dive buddy named Scotty, explores Carteret County, the bottom of the ocean, and himself. This book... More > is a humorous recounting of their misadventures above and below the surface, diving and hunting for flounder, while mildly stretching the recreational dive rules. Transitioning through a self imposed “mid life” crisis by “Hiding on the Bottom”, the author realizes that life is more than work, adventure being just beyond the door step. Scotty, with his bizarre wisdom, helps him understand what is important, finding life’s little pleasures and adventures along the way, always recognizing the humor in every situation. After reading the preview, which is the first part of Chapter One, if you want to read more before ordering the book, click on the James Rosemond link at the top of the page and then download the entire content of Chapter One for free.< 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
North Carolina Tavern Bonds - Vol 1 (1755-1874) By Stewart Dunaway
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North Carolina Tavern Bonds - or “Ordinary” bonds, were required in order to obtain a one year license to operate a Tavern or Inn, in North Carolina. An Ordinary also served alcoholic... More > drinks, thus another need to license and control. A true “bar” was called a “tippling house” and these bonds are very rare. Included in this book are the bonds for Orange (84 records), Rowan (10), Bute (15), Mecklenburg & Surry (1 record each), Randolph (1), Carteret (5), Onslow (90), Hyde (2), Chatham, (8) and Guilford County (8 records). Included is a photograph of the original document, and a transcript of its content, dates, and a complete index to assist in research. This book includes an overview of the laws established by England (during Colonial era) including changes to those laws, as well as the transition to American governmental policies.< Less