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Granville County North Carolina Gazetteer By Leonard F. Dean
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The Granville County North Carolina Gazetteer is a dictionary of current and historical places in and around the old Tarheel community of Granville County. The book defines from A to Z streams,... More > communities, homesteads, churches, roads, and many other locations of today and of yesteryear. Granville County was a pioneer county formed along the Virginia border in 1746 and initially was unbounded to the west. Over time the county has given-up significant land areas to other counties in the state. The gazetteer is particularly helpful to genealogist and local history buffs trying to grasp the geography of the area. It views places and events from the perspective of a native of the region. For several years an early edition of this book has been in use at the Granville County Library; it has been a frequent and well used resource.< Less
Granville County, N.C. - Tavern Bonds (1748-1838) By Stewart Dunaway
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Granville County was formed in 1746 from part of Edgecombe. Granville will then be divided and formed Bute County in 1764. Bute will change to Warren County in 1779. This large collection of Tavern... More > Bonds spanning British to early American eras. These records provide early insight to this large and important county. These bonds have the names of those bound to the Ordinary owner, as well as some bonds providing the location of the Ordinary. Maps are included to illustrate certain cross-roads, and other locales referenced in these records. This book has a name index (Last, First) as well as rivers, roads, and other landmarks or key words (deceased, widow etc.).< Less
Granville County, NC - Road Records Vol 4 - 1820-1829 By Stewart Dunaway
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This is the fourth volume of road petitions for Granville County, NC. This is a collection of recrords whereby citizens requested a new road, change an existing road, or stop a road, for their... More > county. These original records were photographed, and the images are in this book. A short transcript is provided, and a detailed index is included. Since I did not transcribe signatures, the images will assist researches in this process. *Updated name index, Last, First.*< Less
Granville County, NC - Road Records - Vol 5 - 1830-1849 By Stewart Dunaway
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Here is the 5th volume in a massive collection of road and bridge records for Granville County, N.C. There are (at this point in time) 5 volumes of road records and one volume of bridge records.... More > There is a possibility of a 6th volume for road, but more towards the civil war and modern era. Never the less, this book is a continuation of the effort to document road petitions in the State Archives. Images of each record is provided and a short transcript. Signatures are not transcribed. Names, locations, and key words are all indexed for searching. * New name index (Last, First)*< Less
Granville County, N.C. - Bridge Records - 1748-1868 By Stewart Dunaway
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Granville County Bridge records represent the largest collection of bridge records in the Piedmont. This amazing (over 300 records) collection spans many years, and describes the area that is now... More > contained in three other counties. Each record was photographed and is included in this book along with a short transcript of the information. This book is indexed and the table of contents represents the format of the original boxes in the NC Archives (Raleigh). * New name index (Last, First) *< Less
Granville Co. NC - Granville Grants - Vol.1 (Surname A-G) By Stewart Dunaway, Mark Chilton
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This is the first of three volumes documenting the Granville Grants for old Granville County, NC. This book contains images of the plats for those grants that were preserved in the NC State Archives.... More > In addition, deed record transcripts were added which pertained to the filing of grants. This allows for a broader documented history for those grants which were not preserved in the archives. It also allows the researcher more information about some of the grants future activities (divisions, etc.) Some plats were not preserved, and if the grant paperwork survived a computer generated plat is provided. A complete index for all names (grantee, chain carriers, adjoining property owners etc.), water courses, and roadways is provided in each volume. This volume contains grant plats for Surnames A-G.< Less
Granville Co. NC - Granville Grants - Vol. 2 (Surname H-M) By Stewart Dunaway, Mark Chilton
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This is the second of three volumes documenting the Granville Grants for old Granville County, NC. This book contains images of the plats for those grants that were preserved in the NC State... More > Archives. In addition, deed record transcripts were added which pertained to the filing of grants. This allows for a broader documented history for those grants which were not preserved in the archives. It also allows the researcher more information about some of the grants future activities (divisions, etc.) Some plats were not preserved, and if the grant paperwork survived a computer generated plat is provided. A complete index for all names (grantee, chain carriers, adjoining property owners etc.), water courses, and roadways is provided in each volume. This volume contains grant plats for Surnames H-M.< Less
Granville Co. NC - Granville Grants - Vol. 3 (Surname N-Z) By Stewart Dunaway, Mark Chilton
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This is the third of three volumes documenting the Granville Grants for old Granville County, NC. This book contains images of the plats for those grants that were preserved in the NC State Archives.... More > In addition, deed record transcripts were added which pertained to the filing of grants. This allows for a broader documented history for those grants which were not preserved in the archives. It also allows the researcher more information about some of the grants future activities (divisions, etc.) Some plats were not preserved, and if the grant paperwork survived a computer generated plat is provided. A complete index for all names (grantee, chain carriers, adjoining property owners etc.), water courses, and roadways is provided in each volume. This volume contains grant plats for Surnames N-Z.< Less
Granville County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records - Vol 1 (1752-1910) By Stewart Dunaway
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Granville County was formed in 1746, from Edgecombe County (formed in 1741 from Bertie). Granville was reduced in size, when Orange County gets part of the western side in 1752. Bute County was... More > formed in 1764, from Granville County and then abolished in 1779, when Franklin County was created. The last division occurred in 1881, when Vance County was created from parts of Granville, Warren and Franklin counties. Not every county collection (in the NC State Archives) has a “Miscellaneous Land Record” collection. However, based on my experience in Orange Co., these records are invaluable (if they exist). Granville, like Orange, has two boxes of miscellaneous land records. Typically, these collections have plats, maps, or other drawings that can assist land researchers, as they pour over grants, deeds, and other sources. The saying – a picture is worth a thousand words – holds its weight with land research. This volume contains State Land Grant disputes (Entry Disputes) and their associated jury resolution.< Less
Granville County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records - Vol 2 (1742-1914) By Stewart Dunaway
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This is the second (and final) volume containing miscellaneous land records for Granville County. This volume (containing the second box)contains maps, drawings, plats, etc. along with other land... More > oriented documents, as preserved by the NC State Archives. SEE VOLUME ONE for more information about the county and this collection.< Less