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18th Century Churches of Rowan County, NC [perfect bind] By S. David Carriker, D.Min.
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This book contains the history of churches from the 18th Century in the former and present Rowan County, NC. It is filled with photographs and information on each church.
18th Century Churches of Rowan County, NC [digital] By S. David Carriker, D.Min.
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This book contains the history of churches from the 18th Century in the former and present Rowan County, NC. It is filled with photographs and information on each church.
Rowan County, N.C. - CRX Road and Bridge Records (1784-1868) By Stewart Dunaway
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THIS COLLECTION IS UNIQUE – these are CRX records. CRX records are private or loose papers found and donated from other sources to the State Archives – as opposed to the normal county... More > courthouse documents. THEREFORE, the two volumes of Rowan County records published by this author are those from “official courthouse collection.” This volume pertains to one fibred box of records filed in a separate section of the card catalog at the archives. By accident, a person found an index card which stated that a 1784 road document was in the CRX collection. HOWEVER, what was discovered was a complete box of papers, dealing with both road and bridges. *** SEE the other book - Rowan County Road and Bridge Records for the other collection of official county records. ***< Less
Rowan County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records (1753-1921) By Stewart Dunaway
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Rowan County was formed in 1753, defining the western boundary of Orange County (1752). Officially, it was formed from Anson County. When Anson County was formed in 1750, it was the western... More > “open-ended” county running along the South Carolina line. Now Rowan became the western frontier. It ran from VA line to Granville’s southern line. However, Rowan was reduced in size, Guilford (1771) and Surry (1771). Then Burke (1777), Iredell (1788), Davidson (1822), and Davie (1836). Miscellaneous land records are a “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, procession, etc. Rowan County also has a 1-box collection of Ejectments (land disputes) and is currently planned to be transcribed. As old and historical as Rowan County is, this is a modest collection of 18th century land records.< Less
Rowan County, N.C. - Road and Bridge Records (1758-1882) By Stewart Dunaway
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Rowan County was an important hub for early North Carolina. This book is a collection of the road and bridge records found in the State Archives (Raleigh). This book contains images of each record... More > followed with a short transcript, allowing indexing and cataloging of every record. There are a few maps or drawings submitted with the petitions. ** NOTE: There is an additional box of records filed under - CRX - which are county records donated from private individuals. THERE is a standalone book for the CRX Road and Bridge records dating (1784-1868) ***< Less
Rowan County, N.C. - Mill and Ferry Records (1769-1895) By Stewart Dunaway
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Rowan Mill records turn out to be almost all law suits. Although interesting events (including a wild issue over throwing a woman out of a mill – pregnant), not the typical collection. Usually... More > the records include mostly petitions for a mill, followed by law suits later on. Not here. The ferry records are basically the same thing. Here to, interesting to see the collision over Long’s ferry versus Long’s toll bridge. Nothing but lawyer heaven. Never the less, like all other county record books, images are provided of the original record, transcript included for indexing. Some maps to highlight locations. This at least documents what is in the State Archives (Raleigh).< Less
Third Creek Church Families of Rowan Co., NC- Vol. 1 [perfect bind] By S. David Carriker, D. Min.
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This is the first of six volumes of 3,000+ pages of the heritage of historical families of Third Creek Presbyterian Church in Cleveland, NC
County Court Records 1823 - 1830, Morgan County, KY By James Alan Williams
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This is a transcription of the original Morgan County, KY court records 1823 - 1830. It includes County Court Book 1 with reference maps. At this time Morgan County included parts of Magoffin, Wolfe... More > and Rowan counties.< Less
Guilford County, N.C. - State Land Grant, Granville Grant, and Deed Records By Stewart Dunaway
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This book contains computer generated plats from a combination of - State Land Grants, Granville Grants, and Deed Records. All of these records pertain to EASTERN Guilford County (today) OR - Western... More > OLD Orange County and Rowan County. In 1752 the county line was about 9-miles west of today's Guilford-Alamance County line. This book contains PLATS from Guilford County Deed Books 1-9 (with some more modern books 10-15). Then the grants are clustered together in order to provide a complete land grant map of OLD Orange County (western boundary). Some modern USGS maps are included in order to illustrate the grant's location today. IF YOU RESEARCH families in eastern Guilford County, this is a necessary book.< Less
Randolph County, NC - Ejectments - Vol-1 (1792-1844) By Stewart Dunaway
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Randolph County was formed in 1779, from the southern part of Guilford County. Guilford was formed in 1771, from part of Orange and Rowan County. It extended from Virginia line to the south end of... More > Randolph today. Therefore, old records for Randolph county land should be in either Guilford or Rowan/Orange Co. Unfortunately, Orange county deed records were destroyed (most of them) from 1752-1780. The Orange county line of 1752 is about 9-miles west of today’s Guilford/Alamance or Randolph/Chatham. Any further west, you have to go to Rowan County. Randolph has just one box of miscellaneous records, and 3-boxes of Ejectments. This is the first and oldest box of Ejectment Records. These land-records are great for genealogy or other historical research. Several plats are included, and others provided by computer generated via the author.< Less