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Pasquotank County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records - Vol. 2 (1728-1946) By Stewart Dunaway
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Pasquotank County was formed in 1668, from the original county of Albemarle (1664). It was reduced in size only once - with the creation of Camden County in 1777. Miscellaneous land records are a... More > “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, procession, etc. This three-box collection is placed in alphabetical order and not date order. Therefore, Box 1 is “A-L” and Box 2 “P-T” both boxes span the years of 1728 to 1946. The 3rd box is an over-sized box with some original Granville Grants. This is the second and final volume for this county. Pasquotank County also has a 2-box collection of Ejectments (land disputes) of which only the oldest box is currently planned to be transcribed. Also there is a large collection (8-boxes) of Misc. Deeds. If the reader/researcher is interested in further research – this is a Great area to look through.< Less
Pasquotank County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records - Vol. 1 (1728-1946) By Stewart Dunaway
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Pasquotank County was formed in 1668, from the original county of Albemarle (1664). It was reduced in size only once - with the creation of Camden County in 1777. Miscellaneous land records are a... More > “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, procession, etc. This three-box collection is placed in alphabetical order and not date order. Therefore, Box 1 is “A-L” and Box 2 “P-T” both boxes span the years of 1728 to 1946. The 3rd box is an over-sized box with some original Granville Grants. Pasquotank County also has a 2-box collection of Ejectments (land disputes) of which only the oldest box is currently planned to be transcribed. Also there is a large collection (8-boxes) of Misc. Deeds. If the reader/researcher is interested in further research – this is a great area to look through.< Less
Orange County, N.C. - Land Records (1850-1899) Volume 2 By Stewart Dunaway
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Orange County Land Records (1850-1899) Vol 2 – This book contains a collection of land records housed in the NC State Archives. These 2-boxes are an eclectic collection of records, containing... More > law suit, ejectments, land divisions, tax sales, grants, etc. However, the value to researchers is the modest quantity of these records containing plats and drawings. This second and final box of records, appear to be a “catch-all” of other records which date to 1752-1800. Therefore, although the main collection spans a modern time-frame, there are many 18th century records in this volume. * SEE Volume 1 for the beginning records *< Less
Orange County, N.C. - Land Records (1752-1849) Volume 1 By Stewart Dunaway
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Orange County Land Records (1752-1849) Vol 1 – This book contains a collection of land records housed in the NC State Archives. These 2-boxes are an eclectic collection of records, containing... More > law suit, ejectments, land divisions, tax sales, grants, etc. However, the value to researchers is the modest quantity of these records containing plats and drawings. In fact, this book contains a lot of survey references about the old Pollock, Conner and Strudwick issues near the Hawfields. * SEE Volume 2 for the remaining records *< Less
Chowan County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records - Vol. 1 (1708-1923) By Stewart Dunaway
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Chowan County was created in 1668 from Albemarle County (original county). Despite its age, no 17th century land records in this collection were preserved. Chowan was slowly reduced in size as time... More > move forward, Bertie (1722) was formed or perhaps you could say, Chowan was divided in half to form Bertie. From that time onward, Chowan and other counties will be carved up to create additional counties, Tyrrell (1729), Hertford (1759), and Gates (1779). Miscellaneous land records are a “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, etc. This collection is actually placed in alphabetical order and not date order. This county has two boxes, the first covers B to N, and the second box P-S. Chowan County also has a box of ejectments, and a box of misc. deed records. At this point in time they are not scheduled for transcription.< Less
Wake County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records (1800-1939) By Stewart Dunaway
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Wake County was formed in 1771, from the eastern part of Orange County, and from parts of Johnston and Cumberland counties. Wake was reduced a little in size when Durham County was formed in 1881... More > (from part of Wake and Orange). Miscellaneous land records are a “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, etc. This collection is actually placed in alphabetical order and not date order. Only 1 document from the 18th century survives (although cataloged as undated). INCLUDED in this book is PART OF another box of records dealing with land being sold due to debt or tax issues. In addition to this box of records there are other collections, of which only one of the three boxes of Ejectments is currently planned by this author.< Less
Mecklenburg County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records - Vol 2 (1767-1953) By Stewart Dunaway
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Mecklenburg County was formed in 1762, from the western part of Anson County. When Anson County was formed in 1750, it was the western “open-ended” county running along the South Carolina... More > line. This area will be in dispute for decades. The SC-NC boundary line was an issue for many years, and the source to disputes even amongst the McCulloh’s (Great Tracts) who owned granted land in the general vicinity. Nevertheless, Mecklenburg County was reduced in size for the following counties; Cabarrus (1792), Tryon (1768), and Union (1842). Miscellaneous land records are a “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, procession, etc. This two-box collection is actually placed in alphabetical order and not date order. Therefore, Box 1 is “A-P” and Box 2 “P-T” both boxes span the years of 1767 to 1953. THIS VOLUME HAS the priceless collection of PLATS and Procession Records. Mecklenburg County also has a 4-box collection of Ejectments (title disputes) only the oldest box is currently planned to be transcribed.< Less
Mecklenburg County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records - Vol 1 (1767-1953) By Stewart Dunaway
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Mecklenburg County was formed in 1762, from the western part of Anson County. When Anson County was formed in 1750, it was the western “open-ended” county running along the South Carolina... More > line. This area will be in dispute for decades. The SC-NC boundary line was an issue for many years, and the source to disputes even amongst the McCulloh’s (Great Tracts) who owned granted land in the general vicinity. Nevertheless, Mecklenburg County was reduced in size for the following counties; Cabarrus (1792), Tryon (1768), and Union (1842). Miscellaneous land records are a “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, procession, etc. This two-box collection is actually placed in alphabetical order and not date order. Therefore, Box 1 is “A-P” and Box 2 “P-T” both boxes span the years of 1767 to 1953. Mecklenburg County also has a 4-box collection of Ejectments (land disputes) of which only the oldest box is currently planned to be transcribed.< Less
Caswell County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records (1778-1918) By Stewart Dunaway
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Caswell County was formed in 1777, from the northern part of Orange County. Caswell County was divided in half in 1791, when Person County was formed from the eastern side. The county seat was moved... More > to Yanceyville (from Leasburg – named after the Lea family). Miscellaneous land records are a “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, etc. Caswell County has one box of Ejectment papers, and one box of Miscellaneous land records. Person Co. has their own collection of records as well. There are a few plats, and a few computer generated plats for a few tracts of land north of Milton in VA on the state line. Also a USGS map with one of these tracts. A few old roads are also noted.< Less
Warren County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records - Vol. 2 (1778-1964) By Stewart Dunaway
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This is the second of four volumes, and this volume includes ejectment records - one special suit which spans 3-folders. This massive and lengthy court case provides amazing GENEALOGY for Walker,... More > Talley, Hobgood families and spans - several states - MO, TN, and VA. Many depositions detail bible records, death and marriage records - even the discussion about the details of the founding of the Town of Blountsville TN. Even touches on the Perkinson family in Alton, IL. An amazing collection of records from 1790-1890 over one land (south of Tar River) including owners - Washington and Gooch. This land was in Granville Co., although the law suit is in Warren Co. The mill on this tract was known my Potter, then Washington (although owned by more families). A MUST own book for Granville Co. historians.< Less

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