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Confiscation Act and Pardon and Oblivion Act of North Carolina (1776-1812) By Stewart Dunaway
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Where did the idea of confiscating both personal and real property originate? Was this unique to North Carolina? What was the purpose? Was it successful? These are some of the questions pertaining to... More > this topic. Before answering these questions, the reader should have a basic overview of events, which is provided throughout this book. The topic of this book typically appears in general histories. However, nothing published to date delves into these topics as deep as this book. As with such a broad and old topic, it may lack some obscure documents in other historical societies or archives. Nevertheless, a lot of information was uncovered to provide an in depth review. This book uses only primary documents. If there are tradition and folklore discussions, they are clearly annotated as such. This author illustrates or answers as many questions – from both sides – to ensure a balanced review is provided. These illustrations or examples are also based on primary references (as much as possible).< Less
Life and Times of Edmund Fanning (1739-1818) By Stewart Dunaway
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The Fanning Family (Edmund’s line) is a very old American family, arriving in Connecticut in 1653, the family will migrate to Long Island and establish a large plantation. Edmund will leave his... More > multi-generation home to migrate to North Carolina to practice law (Yale grad). Edmund Fanning was a controversial person in Colonial Hillsborough, NC. Nevertheless, despite these issues, this well educated man becomes a governor of Prince Edward Island (Canada), for almost 20 years. This book contains genealogy, family history, maps (CT and L.I.), as well as detailed land records in Hillsborough, N.C. This book contains reconciliation of his confiscated property, due to his strong loyalist support during the American Revolution.< 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