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Granville Co. N.C. - Ejectments - Volume 5 (1850-1886) By Stewart Dunaway
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Granville County was formed in 1746, from Edgecombe County (formed in 1741 from Bertie). Granville was reduced in size, when Orange County gets part of the western side in 1752. Bute County was... More > formed in 1764, from Granville County and then abolished in 1779, when Franklin and Warren County was created. The last division occurred in 1881, when Vance County was created from parts of Granville, Warren and Franklin counties. Granville County has a 5-box collection spanning from 1788 to 1886. This book contains last box of records..< Less
Randolph County, NC - Bridge and Mill Records By Stewart Dunaway
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Here is the Bridge and MILL records from the N.C. Archives for Randolph County. The records are very thorough, although the bridge records are not that old. As with all my road/bridge books, the... More > original images are included and a transcript of the details of the bridge. AMAZING - Mill petitions that survived the years, were also sent to the Archives. Ususally, only Court Minutes ever document the mill requests (damming of the rivers). These OLD records are very informative. Sadly, there wasnt a lot of them. The more modern records are law suits.< Less
Randolph County, NC - Miscellaneous Land Records (1782-1929) 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. The ejectment records will be transcribed in standalone volumes. At this point in time, only the first (and oldest) box of ejectments is scheduled. This collection is priceless for land researchers. Why? Because the plats show a lot of information that may never be fully understood without the picture – especially rivers and streams.< Less
Granville Co. N.C. - Ejectments - Volume 4 (1840-1849) By Stewart Dunaway
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Granville County was formed in 1746, from Edgecombe County (formed in 1741 from Bertie). Granville was reduced in size, when Orange County gets part of the western side in 1752. Bute County was... More > formed in 1764, from Granville County and then abolished in 1779, when Franklin and Warren County was created. The last division occurred in 1881, when Vance County was created from parts of Granville, Warren and Franklin counties. Granville County has a 5-box collection spanning from 1788 to 1886. This book contains box 4. There is one plat, and a very long deposition about surveying - which provides great insight to how they mark a tree, date marks on a tree etc. Also several town lot disputes in both Oxford and Henderson.< Less

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