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Internet Resources for Genealogy and Family Research in North Carolina By Diane L Richard
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Are you doing research in NC or on ancestral lines/families who migrated through NC? Would you like to use internet resources as much as possible? If you answered yes to either question, check... More > out this new publication. It contains 21 pages of internet-based resources solely-focused on NC ancestral research -- 19 pages cover NC-focused resources and 2 pages cover some broader databases/subscription services that you definitely want to check out! The headings include: Statewide, Regional, Local, Vital Records, Newspapers, Land, Religion, Ethnic, Emigration, Immigration, Passenger & Naturalization Records, Military, Census, Maps, Misc, and more. This document is hyperlinked which means that when you are connected to the internet and using this document, you can click on the links to access the referenced web pages -- it doesn't get easier than that!< Less
Sketches of Western North Carolina. By C. L. Hunter
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Principally a history of the American Revolution in the western piedmont section of North Carolina. Many genealogical notes. Full, complete new index by Jeff Weaver. Hardcover.
Vandiford's of North Carolina By Patrick E. Purcell
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A genealogical report of the family and descendants of William and Maggie Nolia Nichols Vandiford and his younger brother George and Leona Vandiford. They lived and raised families in eastern North... More > Carolina counties of Greene and Pitt.< Less
The Underwood Family of Stanly County, North Carolina: A Biography and Genealogy By Jonathan Underwood
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A history of the descendants of Thomas Underwood (who landed in America in 1650) who migrated to North Carolina in 1762. The history primarily pertains to Alexander and Mary Underhill Underwood and... More > their sons Samuel, Joseph, and Henry who made their home in Montgomery County (now Stanly County), North Carolina in 1794. Includes a narrative of each branch of the Underwood family, biographical sketches, proofs of relationship, photographs, maps, and a record of generations down to the present time. Includes an index.< Less
The Underwood Family of Stanly County, North Carolina: A Biography and Genealogy By Jonathan Allen Underwood
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A history of the descendants of Thomas Underwood (who landed in America in 1650) who migrated to North Carolina in 1762. The history primarily pertains to Alexander and Mary Underhill Underwood and... More > their sons Samuel, Joseph, and Henry who made their home in Montgomery County (now Stanly County), North Carolina in 1794. Includes a narrative of each branch of the Underwood family, biographical sketches, proofs of relationship, photographs, maps, and a record of generations down to the present time. Includes an index.< Less
The Underwood Family of Stanly County, North Carolina: A Biography and Genealogy By Jonathan Allen Underwood
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A history of the descendants of Thomas Underwood (who landed in America in 1650) who migrated to North Carolina in 1762. The history primarily pertains to Alexander and Mary Underhill Underwood and... More > their sons Samuel, Joseph, and Henry who made their home in Montgomery County (now Stanly County), North Carolina in 1794. Includes a narrative of each branch of the Underwood family, biographical sketches, proofs of relationship, photographs, maps, and a record of generations down to the present time. Includes an index.< Less
Cummings Family of Eastern North Carolina By Doris Bridgers Capps-Owens, Linda Bridgers Boyette
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This is a genealogical book beginning with David Cummings (1798) who came to the new world about 1822 from Liverpool, England arriving in New York. He later ventured into North Carolina and is listed... More > in Edgecombe County on the 1850 U S Census. The book includes 8 generations down to the present. It contains 200 pages of maps, a timeline, a gazetteer, wills, deeds, census records, tax lists, birth certificates, marriage records, death certificates, and 79 pages of genealogical reports of 648 individuals.< Less
Cummings Family Of Eastern North Carolina By Doris Bridgers Capps-Owens, Linda Bridgers Boyette
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This is a genealogical book beginning with David Cummings (1798) who came to the new world about 1822 from Liverpool, England arriving in New York. He later ventured into North Carolina and is listed... More > in Edgecombe County on the 1850 U S Census. The book includes 8 generations down to the present. It contains 200 pages of maps, a timeline, a gazetteer, wills, deeds, census records, tax lists, birth certificates, marriage records, death certificates, and 79 pages of genealogical reports of 648 individuals.< Less
Owens Family Of Eastern North Carolina By Doris Bridgers Capps-Owens, Linda Bridgers Boyette
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Owens Family Of Eastern North Carolina is a genealogical book of the Owens Family. It begins with John Owin, Sr. (1708) who came to the new world about 1734 and settled in the Isle of Wight County,... More > Virginia. The family name evolved to Owens shortly thereafter. The book includes 15 generations down to the present. It contains 800 pages of maps, a timeline, a gazetteer, wills, deeds, census records, tax lists, birth certificates, marriage records, death certificates and 5,573 individuals including 715 different surnames.< Less
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