Thursday, July 24, 2014

Rockingham Co. NC images of wills and estates



Rockingham County Wills and Estates



Map of Wentworth, North CarolinaRockingham county was created in 1785 from Guilford County. It was named for Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham, British Prime Minister from 1765 to 1766 and again in 1782. During the War Between the States the Searcy and Moore Gun Factory, which was located at Hogans Creek, a small village northwest of Greensboro, supplied weapons to the Confederacy. These rifles were known as the North Carolina Rifles The county seat is Wentworth.

Digital Images of Rockingham County Wills 1804 to 1829 available to members ofNorth Carolina Pioneers
  • Actor, Andrew
  • Adams, George
  • Aldridge, John
  • Allen, Pattrice
  • Allen, Valentine
  • Anderson, John
  • Andrew, George
  • Armstrong, John
  • Atkinson, John
  • Averton, Ann
  • Bailey, Abner
  • Barber, William
  • Bateman, James
  • Bates, Samuel
  • Bethell, William
  • Betton, James
  • Black, Elizabeth
  • Boak, John
  • Boak, Robert
  • Boyd, Andrew
  • Brasher, Asa
  • Brasher, Jemima
  • Broades, Michael
  • Brown, Alexander
  • Burk, John
  • Calland, Booker
  • Carter, Daniel
  • Chadwell, William
  • Charters, Charles
  • Claybrook, Josiah
  • Coffey, Michael
  • Conner, Thomas
  • Covington, John
  • Cubbins, John
  • Cunningham, John
  • Davidson, John
  • Deatherage, Bird
  • Denny, Walter
  • Diamond, Margret
  • Dilworth, Benjamin
  • Dilworth, George
  • Dillworth, John
  • Dodson, Alsey
  • Doherty, Samuel
  • Ellington, Daniel
  • Fielder, Samuel
  • Grant, Asa
  • Griffith, Joseph
  • Griffith, Zadoc
  • Guerin, Nathan
  • Harden, Peter
  • Hardin, Thomas
  • Harris, Daniel
  • Harrison, William
  • Heather, William
  • Henderson, Richard
  • Henderson, Thomas
  • Hermon, Henry
  • Herron, John
  • Herron, Stephen
  • Hodges, Charles
  • Hopper, Joseph
  • Hunter, James
  • Jarrell, Joshua
  • Johns, Ezekiel
  • Johnson, Gideon
  • Johnson, Gideon Sr.
  • Johnston, John
  • Jones, William
  • King, Lery
  • King, Thomas
  • King, Thomas
  • Kingston, Richard
  • Lanier, Sampson
  • Larkin, Thomas
  • Leachman, John
  • Leak, Francis
  • Lee, John Willeby
  • Lee, Willoughby
  • Lemons, Joseph
  • Lillard, Moses
  • Linch, Hugh
  • Little, John
  • Long, Prisse
  • Lowe, Isaac
  • Luitz, Adam
  • Lynn, Jackson
  • Martin, Alexander
  • Martin, Andrew
  • Martin, David
  • Martin, Isabel
  • Martin, Robert
  • Martin, Walter
  • Massey, Thomas
  • McClain, Joseph
  • McKey, John
  • Means, Robert
  • Menzies, John
  • Mills, Sarah
  • Missarp, William
  • Moore, Barnett
  • Moore, Charles
  • Moore, John
  • Moore, Samuel
  • Moore, Sarah
  • Moore, Thomas
  • Mullins, Thomas
  • Murphey, Miles
  • Nelson, Agnes
  • Nickels, John
  • North, Thomas
  • Patterson, Turner
  • Patrick, Mary
  • Perkins, Constant
  • Powell, Edward
  • Pratt, Agnes
  • Ray, James
  • Read, John
  • Reagan, John
  • Rice, Rebecah
  • Richardson, Edward
  • Roberts, Chastain
  • Roberts, Mary
  • Roberts, Nancy
  • Roberts, Thomas
  • Robertson, Mark
  • Rose, Thomas
  • Saunders, Susannah
  • Scales, Henry
  • Scales, Mary
  • Scales, Nathaniel
  • Scales, Pleasant
  • Scales, Thomas
  • Sharp, Henry
  • Short, Moses
  • Short, William
  • Smith, Drury
  • Smith, Gordon
  • Smith, Mary
  • Stamps, Joseph
  • Strong, John Sr.
  • Stubblefield, Carter
  • Stubblefield, Hugh
  • Tatum, Peter
  • Thomas, John
  • Thomas, Michael
  • Tomlin, Elizabeth
  • Tucker, Daniel
  • Van Landingham, Richard
  • Wafford, John
  • Wafford, John
  • Walker, John
  • Walker, John
  • Walker, Mary
  • Wall, Zachariah
  • Wardlow, Patrick
  • Watkins, Archibald
  • Whitsett, John
  • Whitworth, John
  • Williams, Mary
  • Woodward, Samuel
  • Wordlor, Patrick
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Miscellaneous Wills
  • Lowe, Isaac, transcript of LWT (1806)

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Edgecombe Co. NC Images of Wills and Testaments

Edgecombe Map

Edgecombe County Wills and Estates


Edgecombe County was formed in 1732 from Bertie County. Granville, Halifax and Nash Counties were later formed from Edgecombe County. The county was named after Richard Edgecome, an English baron.

Digital Images of Edgecombe County Wills 1749 to 1775
Testators: Allen, James; Allen, John; Allen, Roger ; Barnes, Edward ; Barnes, Thomas; Bell, Thomas ; Bond, Henry; Braswell, James ; Bryant, William; Cain, James ; Cane, William; Coleman, Charles; Coleman, Charles (2) ; Coleman, Moses; Coleman, Robert ; Colwell, John; Daniel, Aaron; DeLoach, Samuel ; Evans, Abraham; Fenn, John; Floyd, Francis; Fort, Elias; Fort, John; Furguson, Isaac; Garner, John; Gay, John; Goodson, Thomas; Griffin, John; Harrel, Thomas; Hilliard, James; Horn, Henry; Hudnall, Robert; Ivey, Adam; Jeruse, William; Johnson, Benjamin; Knight, Robert ; Mound, William; Parker, John ; Perrit, Priscilla ; Pitman, Joseph ; Pitman, Moses ; Pool, Lawrence; Pridgeon, William; Ricks, Isaac; Ross, Andrew; Ross, Daniel ;Ross, William ; Row, William ; Sellers, Benjamin ; Speer, James ; Stallions, James ; Summerall, Sarah; Umphrey, Robert ; Vickors, Ralph; Wall, Elijah ; Wall, Daniel ; Wall, Gerrard ; Whittington, Richard ; Williams, Phillis ; Williams, Pilgrim; Williamson, Hardy ; Wright, William
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Edgecombe County Wills
  • Abstracts of Edgecombe County Wills 1707 to 1760
Miscellaneous Records
  • Causey Estate
  • Edgecombe County Map of 1732-1855 boundaries

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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Craven Co. NC Images of Wills: Genealogy

Craven County MapCraven County Wills and Estates



New Bern New Bern Craven County one of three counties (Albemarle and Clarendon being the others) set up in 1664 by the Lords Proprietors of Carolina. Its territory embraced what later became South Carolina. The county of Craven was established in 1705 as the Archdale Precinct of Bath County. Archdale County may have existed as early as 1696. The name was changed to Craven County about 1712. The territory in Craven County included the Ashley River settlement known as Charles Town (Charleston, South Carolina). Craven County was officially created on 3 December 1705 and Bath County was abolished in 1739. The county seat: New Bern.

For anyone who has not visited the beautiful New Bern, it is a lovely coastal city, well worth visiting.

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Transcripts of Craven County Wills filed with the Secretary of State
  • Arenton, William (expand upon opening)
  • Blackledge, Richard (expand upon opening)
  • Bryan, Anne (expand upon opening)
  • Bryan, Hardy
  • Bryan, William
  • Caruthers, John
  • Conway, Mary
  • Craven, James
  • Fonvielle, John
  • Franck, John Martin
  • Herritage, Willism
  • Isler, Christian
  • Pilson, Grace
  • Wickliffe, William
Miscellaneous Estates
  • Conner, Lewis
  • Holland, Henry
  • Holland, John
  • Holland, Joseph

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Monday, July 21, 2014

Carteret Co. NC Genealogy

Carteret Map

Carteret County Wills and Estates

Carteret County was named for Sir George Carteret, English Lord Proprietor, or possible his heir, John Carteret, the 2nd Earl of Granville. County Seat: Beaufort, North Carolina.

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Carteret County Wills
  • Abstracts of Carteret County Wills dating from 1726 to 1770
  • Digital Images of Wills 1794 to 1818. Testators: John Adams, Nathan Adams, Keziah Always, Capt. Benjamin Appleton, Jacob Arthur, Seth Arthur, John Backhouse, Major Denis Beaufort, William Baker, Abigail Bell, Abner Bell, Absalom Bell, Caleb Bell, David Bell, Elijah Bell, George Bell, James Bell, Joseph Bell, Josiah Bell and William Adams.
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  • 1741 to 1799
  • 1741 to 1839

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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Camden County NC Genealogy, Images of Wills and Testaments

Camden County Wills and Probate Records



Battle of Dismal Swamp Milford House Camden County was formed from the northeastern part of Pasquotank County in 1777 and was named after Charles Pratt, the 1st Lord Camden, one of the opposers of the Stamp Act. The Dismal Swamp Canal runs through the southern portion of the county. Pictured is the Battle of South Mills (won by the Confederates) near the canal. Also pictured is the Milford House (Rolfe-Green-Sawyer House) built about 1746, purported to be the oldest known two-story brick house still standing in North Carolina. The brickwork is of Flemish bond design with glazed headers.

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  • 1790 Camden County Census
Digital Images of Camden County Wills 1822 to 1840
  • Aydelett, Abner
  • Barnard, John
  • Bell, Brickhouse
  • Bell, Mary
  • Bell, Seth
  • Berry, Balsen
  • Berry, Sarah
  • Bray, Henry Jr.
  • Bray, Henry Sr.
  • Brit, Hezekiah
  • Brite, Richard
  • Britt, Malachi
  • Broushell, Mat
  • Brown, Sarah
  • Burford, Ambrose
  • Bute, Shadrick
  • Capts, Franky
  • Cartwright, Asa
  • Cartwright, Daniel
  • Chamberlain, Charles
  • Chamberlin, Joseph
  • Culpepper, Peter
  • Davos, Frederick
  • Dozier, Caleb
  • Dozier, Chloe
  • Dozier, Isaac
  • Dozier, Evan
  • Dozier, Peter
  • Dozier, Sarah
  • Dozier, Thomas
  • Dozier, Tully
  • Etheridge, Phillis
  • Etheridge, Thomas
  • Faircloth, Isaac
  • Ferrill, Thomas
  • Forbes, Elizabeth
  • Forbes, Sarah
  • Forbes, Southy
  • Gallup, Josiah
  • Godfrey, James
  • Godfrey, Malachi
  • Gordon, Thomas
  • Grandy, Lydia
  • Grandy, Susanah
  • Gray, Caleb
  • Gray, Laban
  • Gray, Thomas
  • Gray, William
  • Gregory, Elizabeth
  • Gregory, Isaac
  • Gregory, Noah
  • Guilford, William
  • Hamsen, Isaac
  • Harrington, Isaac
  • Harrison, Dempsey
  • Hathaway, Sally
  • Herrington, Fanny
  • Johnson, Nancy
  • Jones, Dorothy
  • Jones, Lemuel
  • Jones, William
  • Jones, Willoughby
  • Keallor, Nathan
  • Kelly, James
  • Kelly, John
  • Kenaday, John
  • Lamb, Isaac
  • Lamb, Luke
  • Lamb, Thomas
  • Linton, Nancy
  • Luppy, Polly
  • Lurry (or Surry), Nathan
  • McCoy, Polly
  • McPherson, Demsey
  • Mercer, Thomas
  • Mercer, William
  • Morgan, Joseph
  • Nash, Sally
  • Oggs, Prudence
  • Overton, Benjamin
  • Overton, Rodah
  • Padrick, Jacob
  • Parker, Stephen
  • Phillips, Samuel
  • Pritchard, John
  • Prittyman, Mary
  • Proctor, Elizabeth
  • Proctor, Samuel
  • Robertson, Lenny
  • Sandelin, Sally
  • Sandelin, Willis
  • Savills, Mary
  • Sawyer, Annis
  • Sawyer, Elisha
  • Sawyer, Enoch
  • Sawyer, James
  • Sawyer, Joshua
  • Sawyer, Malichi
  • Sawyer, Mathias
  • Sawyer, William
  • Seymore, Mourning
  • Spence, James
  • Spence, Noah
  • Standley, Lemuel
  • Surry, John
  • Taylor, Esdrass
  • Tuttle, Asa
  • Upton, Lattimore
  • Whitehurst, Christopher
  • Whitehurst, John
  • Whitehurst, Jonathan
  • Whitehurst, Lemon
  • Williams, Caleb
  • Williams, Edward
  • Wilson, Willis
  • Wright, Aleaph
  • Wright, Arthur
  • Wright, Francis

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Saturday, July 19, 2014

Cabarrus County NC Genealogy, Images of (old) Wills and Testaments

Goldmining in North Carolina

Cabarrus County Court House Records


Cabarrus county was formed from Mecklenburg County in 1792, and was named after Stephen Cabarrus of Chowan County, Speaker of the North Carolina House of Commons. Conrad Reed found gold here in 1799 while playing in Little Meadow Creek on the old Reed farm. His find weighed a hefty 17 pounds! John Reed or Johannes Rieth as he was known in Staatsarchiv at Marburg, Germany was one of thousands of Hessian soldiers transported over by British troops to fight against rebellious colonists during the Revolutionary War. John Reed deserted, as did many other Hessians, and migrated from Georgia to North Carolina, where he settled in an ethnic German community sometime around 1787. Reed developed placer mining, then underground mining on his property and became wealthy, his mine being known as Reed's Gold Mine. The Reed Gold Mine was designated as a National Historic Landmark. The names of the testators in the last will and testaments below appear to be of German origin, undoubtably descendants of the Hessian soldiers.

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Transcripts of Cabarrus County Wills 1796 to 1822
  • Abendshein, Catherina
  • Abendshein, Christian
  • Abendshein, Rinehold
  • Dayvault, Jacob
  • Hadley, James
  • Hadley, Joshua
  • Hagler, John
  • Hall, John
  • Hall, Morgan
  • Harky, George
  • Harris, Charles, Dr.
  • Harris, Elizabeth
  • Harris, Ephraim
  • Harris, James
  • Harris, Robert Sr.
  • Harris, Robert
  • Harris, William
  • Hartman, George
  • Hill, Green
  • Hope, Robert
  • Horlacher, Christopher.
  • Houston, Archibald
  • Houston, John
  • Houston, Margaret
  • William
  • Hudson, Fanny
  • Hudson, Seth.
  • Huie, Samuel
  • Marchadant, John.
  • McCaleb, James
  • McClellan, Thomas
  • McCommon, Charles
  • McCree, Hugh
  • McMahan, John
  • McRee, Richard
  • McCree, William
  • McEwen, Elizabeth
  • McFaddon, Thomas.
  • McGinnis, Charles
  • McGraw, Benjamin
  • McGraw, James
  • McKinley, Charles
  • McKinley, John
  • McLarty, Archibald
  • McMakin, James
  • McRee, David
  • McMurrey, Robert
  • Mealor, Peter
  • Melchor, John
  • Meissenheimer, Jacob
  • Misenheimer, Abraham
  • Misenheimer, George Sr.
  • Misenheimer, Jacob.
  • Mitchler, Matthias
  • Morris, Griffith
  • Morris, Griffith
  • Morris, Moses
  • Morris, Samuel
  • Morris, Nancy
  • Morris, Nancy
  • Morton,, Samuel
  • Phifer, George
  • Query, Alexander
  • Strickler, Daniel
  • Wagoner, Will
  • Walcher, Adam
  • Walker, Andrew
  • Wallace, Aaron
  • Wallace, James
  • Wallace, John
  • Wallace, William
  • Watson, Thomas
  • Welch, Elizabeth
  • Wessner, George
  • White, Archibald
  • White, David
  • White, Jean
  • White, John
  • White, John.
  • White, Margaret
  • White, Mary
  • White, Samuel
  • White, William
  • Wilhelm, George
  • Wilie, Mary
  • Wiser, Michael
  • Wiser, Phillip
  • Wynkaugh, Michael
  • Yonge, Catherine
  • Young, Joseph
  • Young, William

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Friday, July 18, 2014

Bertie Co. NC Wills; Genealogy

Bertie MapBertie County Wills and Estates

Bertie County was form 1722 from Chowan County. When researching this county, one should also consider southern Virginia, bordering North Carolina as many Virginians took up land in North Carolina. Some of the first settlers were Jesse Harrell whose descendants removed to Georgia and Kentucky; George and John Clements who had relatives in Pittyslvania County, Virginia; James and John McDowell, brothers, originally from Wigtown, Galloway (Scotland); and the Wynns family of Winnson plantation.

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Bertie County Wills
  • Abstracts of Bertie County Wills ca 1720 to 1799

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