3 edition of Old Albemarle County, North Carolina. found in the catalog.
Old Albemarle County, North Carolina.
Weynette Parks Haun
|Statement||Weynette Parks Haun.|
|LC Classifications||F262.A33 H368 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||131 p. :|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||84196208|
In , a writer for the WPA Guide to the Old North State described Albemarle as a town “on the crest of a spur of the Uwharrie Range.” While the geography of this “city on a hill” may in fact be Albemarle’s most distinguishing feature, hidden among its streets is the fascinating story of a small rural hamlet that came of age with the industrialization of North Carolina’s Piedmont. ↑ North Carolina Patent Book 1: , in Mrs. Watson Winslow, History of Perquimans County, North Carolina (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., ), See also Haun, Old Albemarle County, North Carolina, Book of Land Warrants and .
Historic Overlay Maps. About Historic Overlay Maps Selected maps from the North Carolina Maps project can be viewed as Historic Overlay Maps, layered directly on top of current road maps or satellite images. By fading or "seeing through" the historic maps, users are able to compare the similarities and differences between old and new maps, and to study the changes in North Carolina over time. Currituck County was formed in as a precinct of Old Albemarle County, and portions of Currituck were later taken to form Tyrrell (), Hyde (), and Dare (). This work contains abstracts of all known Currituck County wills of the period , showing residence, locations of property, names of wives, children, executors, and.
Albemarle County, established in , is a former county located in the U.S. state of North contained what is now the northeastern portion of North Carolina. The county was named for George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle, one of the eight Lords Proprietors of the Province of Carolina, for whom the Albemarle Sound is also named. It contained approximately 1, square miles of. North Carolina State Archives (Raleigh), for Albemarle Book of Warrants and Surveys (–), Albemarle County Papers (–), Perquimans Births, Marriages, Deaths and Flesh Marks (–), Perquimans Precinct Court Minutes (–93).
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In Ancient Albemarle By Catherine S. Albertson. A book published by the N ORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY DAUGHTERS OF THE REVOLUTION, all about Albemarle book is in it's entirety. (Posted with Permission) T he Colonial Records of North Carolina. An online readable Google book by William Laurence Saunders.
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This book contains abstracted information of genealogical interest from all records found in Albemarle County Papers, Volumes 1, 2, & 3. Types of records North Carolina. book are: land grants, deeds, tax lists, accounts paid and received, deaths, burials, quit rents, tithables, minutes of the legislature pertaining to the new colony, and many more.
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Haun, c Abstract of North Carolina Wills, by J. Bryan Grimes. Mike Schoettle: Old Albemarle County North Carolina Book of Land Warrants and Surveys, –by Weynette Haun. Mike Schoettle: Old Albemarle County North Carolina Miscellaneous Records. North Carolina Culpepper Archives Albemarle County (Old) County History and Geography.
The Albemarle was chartered to the Lords Proprietors before the colonies were formed, with the Atlantic Ocean as its eastern boundary and encompassing much of the original Carolina colony in its domain.
Old Albemarle County for – Olde Albemarle County covered the northeastern part of North Carolina above the Albemarle Sound, including the present day counties of Currituck, Chowan, Perquimans, and Pasquotank.
Not all warrants and surveys resulted in a grant. The warrants and surveys in this group can be compared. ORDER FROM: GoldenWest Marketing Temple City Blvd., PMB Temple City, California Old Albemarle County, North Carolina.
Old Albemarle County, North Carolina, Book of Land Warrants and Surveys, – 1st ed. Durham, North Carolina: W.P. Haun, FHL Collection, FHL book R2h. Many of the original warrants and surveys have been microfilmed in the Land.
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Allegheny Co. "Alleghany County Will Index (through ).". In the County of Goochiand, which included present Albemarle, was founded. On JGeorge Hoomes obtained a grant of thirty-one hundred acres, and Nicholas Meriwether one of.
thirteen thousand seven hundred and sixty-two acres, "at the first ledge of mountains called Chesnut.". A History of Bath County: Bath County was carved out of Albemarle County in and, four years later, the Rev.
Thomas Bray shipped books from England to St. Thomas Parish with the Reverend Daniel Brett for the first public library in the colony. The parish also established a free school for Indians and blacks.
InArchdale, Pamtecough, and Wicham precincts were established in Bath County. North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Albemarle County, Virginia Deed and Will Book Abstracts, Regular price $ Albemarle County, Virginia Deed Book Abstracts, Hofmann, Margaret M.; Chowan Precinct, North Carolina: Genealogical Abstracts of Deed Books (Weldon, NC: Roanoke News Co., 2nd printing ) re: "Old Albemarle County ()" pg 2 --to John Hopkins one hundred and ___ acres for the transportation of two persons in to the county Richard Arnold, Abigail his wife and.
The Stanly County Museum acts as a public repository for historic documents and photographs related to the history of Stanly County. Students of history and genealogy will find many important primary source materials at the Museum for their research.
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Get this from a library! Old Albemarle County, North Carolina, Pasquotank Precinct (County). Births, marriages, deaths, brands and flesh marks & county claims, [Weynette Parks Haun].History of Albemarle County In Virginia, giving some account of what it was by nature, of what it was made by man, and of some of the men who made it, by Reverend Edgar Woods.
Originally published inreprinted in by Heritage Books, Inc. The first third of this volume consists of a history of Albemarle county from its first settlement 5/5(1).When you embark on the Historic Albemarle Tour, which winds through our sites and coastal North Carolina counties, you encounter chapters from American history that teach volumes about the present.
The tale of this ancient region is the story of America. It’s a story of growth and change.