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Pamlico County, N.C. - Road and Bridge Records (1876-1911) By Stewart Dunaway
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Pamlico County Road and Bridge Records were filed in the county miscellaneous records (NCSA). This is a modern county, formed in 1872, from parts of Craven and Beaufort Counties. Craven County... More > records were well preserved, and would be the next location to research older information (already transcribed by this author). There are no petitions preserved in this collection. This book is mostly road reports, suits, and other road issues. There are a few bridge records, but these too are about disrepair - no construction contracts, or other detailed records were preserved.< Less
Beaufort County, N.C. - Bridge Records (1858-1923) By Stewart Dunaway
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Beaufort County was formed in 1705 from Bath County (Bath formed in 1696). Beaufort was reduced in size by the formation of Pitt County in 1760. Finally, Pamlico County was formed in 1872 from parts... More > of Beaufort and Craven Counties. Beaufort is a very old east-coast county. However, none of the old records were preserved by the county court. In addition, the reader needs to be aware that in the county card catalog (N.C. State Archives) does not have any road, bridge, mill, ferry, or ordinary records listed. Yet, in the very back – under the CRX tab – is one entire box of road records, and a second miscellaneous box containing two folders of bridge records. This is the second largest collection found in the CRX files (Macon Co. has 4-boxes larger than the original). Due to the size two volumes was necessary. NOTE: there is a Beaufort County Road Record Book dedicated to that entire box.< Less
Beaufort County, N.C. - Road Records (1840-1931) By Stewart Dunaway
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Beaufort County was formed in 1705 from Bath County (Bath formed in 1696). Beaufort was reduced in size by the formation of Pitt County in 1760. Finally, Pamlico County was formed in 1872 from parts... More > of Beaufort and Craven Counties. Beaufort is a very old east-coast county. However, none of the old records were preserved by the county court. In addition, the reader needs to be aware that in the county card catalog (N.C. State Archives) does not have any road, bridge, mill, ferry, or ordinary records listed. Yet, in the very back – under the CRX tab – is one entire box of road records, and a second miscellaneous box containing two folders of bridge records. NOTE: the bridge records are contained in a separate book (due to the size of the road collection).< Less
Craven County, N.C. - Road Records - Vol 2 (1840-1868) By Stewart Dunaway
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Craven was formed in 1705 from Bath. Craven, in this early time – really did not have a western boundary. Yet, as time moved forward the western side was defined by the creation of New Hanover... More > County in 1729 and Johnston County in 1746. However, earlier – the eastern side was carved to create Carteret County in 1722. Craven County was reduced again with the formation of Jones County in 1779. Finally, in 1879 Craven and Beaufort were reduced in size to jointly form Pamlico County. Craven County preserved three boxes of road records. Volume-1 of Craven Co. Road Records (already published) covers the earliest records from 1767 (Colonial) to 1839. This book corresponds with both Box 2 and Box 3 – thus completing all of the road records (for this county collection). Craven Co. also has a very nice collection of ferry and mill records, already in book form (by this author).< Less