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Fences & Gates By The Photography of TM Surratt
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Fences and gates of Vance County and Warren County, North Carolina.
Gates County, N.C. - Mill Documents - (1754-1908) By Stewart Dunaway
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Gates County formed in 1779 from parts of Chowan, Hertford, and Perquimans, has a modest collection of records. This includes mill petitions (request for a mill) and law suits the were appealed all... More > the way to the State Supreme Court. With a number of old maps and a few USGS modern maps, some general locations are illustrated. NOTE: there is another volume - Gates County Road and Bridge book.< Less
Gates County, N.C. - Road and Bridge Records (1779-1900) By Stewart Dunaway
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Gates County, North Carolina - Road and Mill petitions assist researchers with location 18th century road routes in this county. The bridge was collection was small, spanning (1786-1910) it at least... More > documents what was preserved. Bridge records are excellent in locating old fords, and provides a river-crossing location. The road records are contained in several boxes. This book only includes the oldest and first box (1779-1849). Also a law suit between the County and the White Oak Spring Swamp Canal Company, is of interest.< Less
The Carmarthen Underground: Darkness at Dark Gate By Gaynor Madoc Leonard
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The respectable façade of Carmarthenshire’s county town conceals a secret world of crime and betrayal, doggedly policed by a local intelligence organisation. 'Darkness at Dark Gate'... More > reveals the true face of this alternative reality Carmarthen. The third in a four-book series, this story follows the adventures of Carmarthen Intelligence, their friends in the Welsh Bureau of Investigation and the steadfast people of the village of Myddfai.< Less
Carmarthen Underground: Darkness at Dark Gate By Gaynor Madoc Leonard
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The respectable façade of Carmarthenshire’s county town conceals a secret world of crime and betrayal, doggedly policed by a local intelligence organisation. Darkness at Dark Gate... More > reveals the true face of this alternative reality Carmarthen. The third in a four-book series, this story follows the adventures of Carmarthen Intelligence, their friends in the Welsh Bureau of Investigation and the steadfast people of the village of Myddfai. Reviews for The Carmarthen Underground: ‘A cracking read’ ‘Hwyl humour’ ‘I read it in two sittings’ ‘A tenderness for landscape and myth’< Less
Chowan County, N.C. - Road and Bridge Records (1717-1900) By Stewart Dunaway
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This is a fantastic collection of early road and bridge records for Chowan County. There are a LOT of plats, maps, and drawings within this collection, which is not that common. Each record was... More > photographed followed by a transcript of the key information. The index is a detailed family name (Last, First) as well as key items of interest (deceased, spring, gates, fence etc.). Although this is NOT the complete collection that is housed in the State Archives (Raleigh), this represents the oldest records for the county. Edenton and Hertford are discussed, as well as Gates County and the road to Virginia.< Less
Perquimans County, N.C. - Road Records - (1810-1829) Vol 2 By Stewart Dunaway
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Perquimans County was formed in 1668 from Albemarle County – the original county (1664 – abolished in 1739). This is clearly one of the oldest in the State, as the east coast was... More > certainly the beginning. Perquimans (along with other counties) was reduced in size in 1779, with the formation of Gates Co. This is the second volume in this large collection of records. There are four fibred boxes, of which one volume per box is scheduled (as time permits).< Less
Perquimans County, N.C. - Road Records - (1830-1843) Vol 3 By Stewart Dunaway
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Perquimans County was formed in 1668 from Albemarle County – the original county (1664 – abolished in 1739). This is clearly one of the oldest in the State, as the east coast was... More > certainly the beginning. Perquimans (along with other counties) was reduced in size in 1779, with the formation of Gates Co. This is the third volume in this large collection of records. There are five fibred boxes, of which one volume per box is scheduled (as time permits). In addition there is a Perquimans Co. Ferry and Mill book as well. This east-coast county has a very nice and broad collection. The next box in this collection is (1844-1859) and the final box contains records from 1860 ending in 1910.< 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