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History of Davie County Schools By Marie Benge Craig Roth
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Two years of research about the history of schools in Davie County, North Carolina, yields this book describing location, time frame, and names of teachers and students. There is an 18 page index... More > and a listing of the latitude and longitude of most of the 149 schools included. It will be helpful for historians and for genealogists. This book received awards in 2011 from the North Carolina Society of Historians and from the North Carolina Genealogical Society.< Less
Davie County Veterans' Memorial By Marie Benge Craig Roth
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This book lists all the men from Davie County, NC, who have died in wars. The names are on the Veterans' Memorial in Mocksville. There are biographies for the men who died in WW2, Korean War,... More > Vietnam War, and Beirut Bombing who were from Davie County. There is a chapter which describes the fund raising and building of the monument and the dedication in 1987. A 32 minute talk by Colonel Thomas Ferebee, bombardier of the Enola Gay, is transcribed and included. Photographs of men and their grave sites and family stories are included. This book won a state award from North Carolina Society of Historians.< Less
Davie County in World War One By Marie Benge Craig Roth
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Book Summary: Davie County sent 3 women and about 670 men to the World War I effort. This book gives a biographical sketch of each one of them, using □ World War I Draft Registrations ... More > □ Honorable Discharges □ 1930 Census which had a military question □ Davie County Cemetery Book □ Online death record □ 1921 WPA project of Service Cards. Also included are 361 photographs, interviews, letters, local newspaper articles of the time, description of training camps, and extensive index of 3,112 names; 416 pages.< Less
The Davis Family By Imogene Park
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The Davis Family Tree from Jackson County, Alabama. Census and Death records are included for References of the information in the book. Surnames besides Davis include; Arnold, Cassidy, Feltner,... More > Samples, Venable, Wilkerson, Wilkinson and many more.< Less
Remembering Davie County Protection and Service Personnel By Marie Benge Craig Roth
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This book is a history of first responders in Davie County, North Carolina. There is a biography for each of the five law enforcement personnel members who died in the line of duty. A monument was... More > installed in Mocksville that listed these five deaths plus the various emergency departments in the county. The book contains color photographs of the dedication service plus photographs of the five who died.< Less
The Lancaster County Murders By Jerry Davis
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This is the story of Samuel Hauser, a young Amish man who was abused by his preacher father as a child and is shunned from his community. Samuel Hauser is forced to leave his Amish community and... More > live as an "Outsider". Samuel is taken in by a homosexual man who educates Samuel in the way of the "Outsider". It is not long the torture in Samuel's mind is unleashed and gay men begin to die. Samuel is able to blend in both cultures and can continue to murder undetected.< Less
Daniel Davis Family History By Tom Hindley
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Family History of Daniel (1746-1848) and Sarah (1778-1828), their seventeen children and five generations of descendants, starting in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Includes histories, obituaries,... More > letters, and other documents. Associated families include Atwood, Champion, Cram, Dillinger, Greenwood, Harrison, Mathis, Moon, Ransom, Salsbury, Schreckengast, Sly, Spangler, Sperling, White, Ziegler and others.< Less
Sexurbia County By Orrie Hitt
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It's 1960. Tony Benton found flaming passion in the arms of honey-haired, hot-lipped Ruth Kennedy, who floated around in a golden Cadillac. Ruth's husband ran Burk County, the fashionable sexurb... More > filled with thrill-hungry sin-hunters who stopped at nothing to satiate their jaded appetites. Sex, unlimited, brought cash to Burk County, and Tony soon learned that working its crimson nights paid off in dollars and dolls. But Tony had complications - jet-haired Connie Davis, to whom bedded bliss meant marriage, and bewitching Elsie Grines, his boss' daughter, and Amy Slade, who was callously victimized by the town's penchant for sin. Another brutally frank novel of 1960's sizzle, by the legendary Orrie Hitt, about men who left their consciences in the city, and women who checked their morals at the supermarket.< Less
Davie County, N.C. - Road, Bridge, and Ferry Records (1837-1909) By Stewart Dunaway
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Davie County was formed in 1836 from the Northwest portion of Rowan County. This book contains images of the original road, bridge, and ferry records as preserved in the NC State Archives. Then a... More > transcript of the main portion of the document is provided for a detailed index (subject, key word, and Last, First name) as well as a detailed catalog (via the Table of Contents). Davie County has a large collection of road (1837-1904) and bridge records (3-boxes) which are contained (almost all of the 3 boxes) in this volume. All the bridge (1838-1896) and ferry records (1848-1909) are also contained in this book. Remember, if you want information prior to 1837 then use the Rowan County records, which are also transcribed by this author.< Less
1867 Reconstruction Voter Registers of Burke County Georgia by Robert Scott Davis, Jr. By Doris Gunn Smith
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A list of blacks and whites who registered to vote from Burke County Georgia after the Civil War. Good for genealogy research. All proceeds from the sale of this book goes to the Burke County... More > Georgia Archives, Waynesboro, Georgia.< Less