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Haywood County, NC - Road Records (1811-1927) By Stewart Dunaway
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Haywood County, residing in the mountains in Western North Carolina, contains an interesting collection of road records. Although a very expansive county, these records mostly pertain to Waynesville... More > and the general surrounding area. Despite this limited aspect, the collection enhances the historical knowledge of this county. There is one survey plat discussing roads to a mill (shown on the front cover), which is nice to find in these old (original) records, preserved in the NC State Archives. Transcribed (including a photograph of the original document) as well as indexing, enables researchers to quickly search this entire collection.< Less
Wake County Treasures Vol 25, No. 1 -- Winter/Spring 2015 By Wake County Genealogical Society
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Macon County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records - (1837-1924) By Stewart Dunaway
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Macon County was formed in 1828 from Haywood County. Haywood was formed in 1808 from Buncombe County, which was formed in 1791 from parts of Burke and Rutherford counties. Macon County will be... More > reduced in size beginning in 1839 by forming Cherokee Co., (note that Clay will be formed from part of Cherokee) followed by the formation of Jackson Co. in 1861 (formed from part of Macon and part of Haywood), then again in 1871 for the formation of Swain Co. (part of Jackson and part of Macon). All of this reduction of the county means – the researcher will find that they have to look into all these differing counties, as well as being cognizant that they might find a person in “Macon” but today they are in Clay Co., for example. 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 only one box (most counties have two boxes).< Less
Macon County, N.C. - Road CRX Records - Vol. 2 (1835-1882) By Stewart Dunaway
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Macon County was formed in 1828 from Haywood County. Haywood was formed in 1808 from Buncombe County, which was formed in 1791 from parts of Burke and Rutherford counties. Macon County will be... More > reduced in size beginning in 1839 by forming Cherokee Co., (note that Clay will be formed from part of Cherokee) followed by the formation of Jackson Co. in 1861 (formed from part of Macon and part of Haywood), then again in 1871 for the formation of Swain Co. (part of Jackson and part of Macon). NOTE: CRX records is a designation by the N.C. State Archives which means records received from some other source – other than the county courthouse. These records are segregated from the other records; of the county file-Catalog (index cards for researching county specific records at the archives). This author already transcribed the Macon County Road records – as identified in the normal county index (contained in 2-volumes covering 1828-1905). Macon Co. has the largest CRX collection. This book contains box 2,3 part of 4.< Less
Macon County, N.C. - Road CRX Records - Vol. 3 (1884-1925) By Stewart Dunaway
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Macon County was formed in 1828 from Haywood County. Haywood was formed in 1808 from Buncombe County, which was formed in 1791 from parts of Burke and Rutherford counties. Macon County will be... More > reduced in size beginning in 1839 by forming Cherokee Co., (note that Clay will be formed from part of Cherokee) followed by the formation of Jackson Co. in 1861 (formed from part of Macon and part of Haywood), then again in 1871 for the formation of Swain Co. (part of Jackson and part of Macon). NOTE: CRX records is a designation by the N.C. State Archives which means records received from some other source – other than the county courthouse. These records are segregated from the other records. This author already transcribed the Macon County Road records – as identified in the normal county index (2-volumes covering 1828-1905). Macon Co. has the largest collection - 4-boxes of CRX road records. This book contains the remainder of box 4(the last volume). Macon County has 5-volumes of records, nearly 1500 pages.< Less
Macon County, N.C. - Road and Bridge CRX Records - Vol. 1 (1823-1913) By Stewart Dunaway
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Macon County was formed in 1828 from Haywood County. Haywood was formed in 1808 from Buncombe County, which was formed in 1791 from parts of Burke and Rutherford counties. NOTE: CRX records is a... More > designation by the N.C. State Archives which means records received from some other source – other than the county courthouse. These records are segregated from the other records; of the county file-catalog (index cards for researching county specific records at the archives). This author already transcribed the Macon County Road records – as identified in the normal county index (contained in 2-volumes covering 1828-1905). However, the author, unaware of the CRX designation – has since located ALL CRX records for the state, and found Macon Co. has the largest collection of all. There are 4-boxes of CRX road records. This book contains the oldest – first box – as well as the ONLY folder (from Box-4) of Bridge records for the entire county collection (both regular and CRX).< Less
Cherokee County, N.C. - Road and Bridge Records (1872-1927) By Stewart Dunaway
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Cherokee was formed in 1839, from the western part of Macon County. Macon was formed in 1828, from part of Haywood Co., therefore, early records (of Cherokee) might appear in Macon (which has been... More > transcribed in 2-volumes). Clay County will be carved out of Cherokee in 1861, and then the northern section of Cherokee was taken to form Graham Co., in 1872 (a year after Swain was formed from parts of Macon and Jackson). Cherokee County is in a unique locale - being on the border of both Georgia and Tennessee. This collection has road records from (1874-1927) and bridge records from (1872-1920).< Less
Wake Treasures Vol. 23, No. 1 Winter/Spring 2013 By Wake Co. Genealogical Society
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Newfound Gap Cemetery By Gregory Brookshire
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This is a collection of all the infomation on the Newfound Gap church, cemetery, and the people buried there. You will find death certificates, birth records, photos, and much more. Lots of... More > Brookshire's, Whitted's, and West's surnames.< Less
Newfound Gap Cemetery By Gregory Brookshire
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This is a collection of all the infomation on the Newfound Gap church, cemetery, and the people buried there. You will find death certificates, birth records, photos, and much more. Lots of... More > Brookshire's, Whitted's, and West's surnames.< Less