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Onslow County, N.C. - Road and Bridge Records (1775-1889) By Stewart Dunaway
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Onslow County Road and Bridge records includes the petitions from 1775 to 1889. The road (1775-1889) and Bridge (1779-1875) include a number of maps and drawings, as found in the State Archives... More > (Raleigh). This collection contains some early colonial records, but primarily earl American era. The bridge records are very small and contain about 60 documents. There were some mill records in the road records, therefore I would recommend for Onslow Researchers, to purchase both books (Onslow Mill and Ferry) and this volume.< Less
Onslow County, N.C. - Mill and Ferry Records - (1765-1861) By Stewart Dunaway
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Onslow County, NC is located on the Atlantic Ocean. This book documents the Mills (1765-1861) petitioned by residents, as well as Ferry payment requests (1774-1906). This book contains images of each... More > document, and a short transcript in order to index and catalog each record. These original records are in the State Archives (Raleigh) and each document is not cataloged (other than year-range era).< Less
Pearce / Pierce Family of Duplin, Onslow and Pender Counties, North Carolina and Related Families By B.C. Brooks
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BOOK: Pearce / Pierce lines of Southeastern North Carolina. Many of these families were instrumental in forming the new colony of the Carolinas in the early 18th century and even the late 17th... More > century. We've been here a very long time! You will find the families of Whitfields, McCoys, Taylors, Fonvilles, etc. in the early Craven Co, NC area… later becoming Lenoir, Jones, Dobbs and Wayne Co's, NC. You will also find the Pearce's in Duplin in the mid 18th century finding their way into New Hanover (later Pender Co, NC) in the early to mid 19th century when they met up with the Foys and Meadows.< Less
Pearce / Pierce Family of Duplin, Onslow and Pender Counties, North Carolina and Related Families By B.C. Brooks
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BOOK: Pearce / Pierce lines of Southeastern North Carolina. Many of these families were instrumental in forming the new colony of the Carolinas in the early 18th century and even the late 17th... More > century. We've been here a very long time! You will find the families of Whitfields, McCoys, Taylors, Fonvilles, etc. in the early Craven Co, NC area… later becoming Lenoir, Jones, Dobbs and Wayne Co's, NC. You will also find the Pearce's in Duplin in the mid 18th century finding their way into New Hanover (later Pender Co, NC) in the early to mid 19th century when they met up with the Foys and Meadows.< Less
New Hanover County, N.C. - Road, Bridge, and Ferry Records (1798-1907) By Stewart Dunaway
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New Hanover County was formed in 1729, from Craven County. New Hanover will be continually subdivided, beginning with the formation of Bladen and Onslow County in 1734, followed by Duplin County in... More > 1750, and Brunswick County in 1764. Finally, in a more modern era, Pender County will be carved out of New Hanover in 1875. Despite the age, the colonial records were not preserved. In addition, the researcher will have to analyze the date and pick the county that the record might reside in, due to so many counties birthed from it. Duplin County has no preserved records (road, bridge, mill, ferry, ordinary - type records), Bladen has only modern records (1900s), however, Onslow has a nice set (already transcribed), and Brunswick (already transcribed) has a modest collection. THERE are some Civil War related records detailing burned bridges and damaged ferries.< Less
FOOTPRINTS ON THE WATER By Lawrence C. Erwin
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Primarily the 400 page hard-cover book is a genealogy of the Erwin Family who emigrated from County Antrim, Ireland to the Upper Ottawa Valley in the 1840s. Two daughters, Isabella and Ellen, married... More > and raised large families on the Ontario side of the river. The husband of one, shot and killed his neighbour, became a fugitive and was never caught. One son, Alexander, became a sailor on the American Mississippi and died mysteriously. Daniel, Mary and Semai married and raised families in Quebec. No record has been found for John and James and it is not known if they ever left Ireland. Archibald, the youngest, became a shoemaker, came to Canada but left no record of what became of him. There is an Index of 33 pages, listing more than 2,600 individuals including such prominent family names as: Bresnaham, Findley, Gardner, Glenny, Kissick, Langford, McCaughan, McLean, McMullen, Mohr, Moore, Pingle, Ross, Thompson and Wilson.< Less
Petteway Family Heritage Book By Jack Robinson Robinson, GySgt., USMC, Retired
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(E-book version) This book provides geneology information dealing with a southeastern North Carolina African American family-The Petteway Family of Onslow County. The grandson of former slave George... More > Washington Petteway is currently the "keeper of history" for his family. This book goes beyond oral history of the Petteway family and incorporates official documents that substantiates the wisdom this Elder has maintained. This is a book that will be of interest to genealogists, historians or to people who simple like to read about unique aspects of local history. It can also be used as a guide to allow other familys to reconstruct their family heritage.< Less
Petteway Family Heritage Book By Jack Robinson Robinson, GySgt., USMC, Retired
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(Paperback) This book provides geneology information dealing with a southeastern North Carolina African American family-The Petteway Family of Onslow County. The grandson of former slave George... More > Washington Petteway is currently the "keeper of history" for his family. This book goes beyond oral history of the Petteway family and incorporates official documents that substantiates the wisdom this Elder has maintained. This is a book that will be of interest to genealogists, historians or to people who simple like to read about unique aspects of local history. It can also be used as a guide to allow other familys to reconstruct their family heritage.< Less
History of Grist Mills in North Carolina - Volume 3 By Stewart Dunaway
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History of Grist Mills in North Carolina – is a compilation of ALL the mill records in the State Archives (Raleigh). These records are a combination of petitions and law suits. Not every county... More > in NC preserved their records, but what was preserved is included in this 5 volume series. The first volume has an overview about Grist Mills, including statistics and other data derived from these preserved records. The other three volumes contain the county records, in alphabetical order. These records were photographed and a short transcript of the pertinent information is provided. Some records are typed and do not require transcription. Volume 3 includes the following counties – Northampton , Onslow, Orange, and Pasquotank.< Less
North Carolina Tavern Bonds - Vol 1 (1755-1874) By Stewart Dunaway
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North Carolina Tavern Bonds - or “Ordinary” bonds, were required in order to obtain a one year license to operate a Tavern or Inn, in North Carolina. An Ordinary also served alcoholic... More > drinks, thus another need to license and control. A true “bar” was called a “tippling house” and these bonds are very rare. Included in this book are the bonds for Orange (84 records), Rowan (10), Bute (15), Mecklenburg & Surry (1 record each), Randolph (1), Carteret (5), Onslow (90), Hyde (2), Chatham, (8) and Guilford County (8 records). Included is a photograph of the original document, and a transcript of its content, dates, and a complete index to assist in research. This book includes an overview of the laws established by England (during Colonial era) including changes to those laws, as well as the transition to American governmental policies.< Less