Monday, November 13, 2017

Cabarrus Co. NC Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers

Cabarrus County Wills and Estates


Concord, NCCabarrus 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 the Reed 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.

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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Monday, November 6, 2017

Burke Co. NC Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers

Burke County Wills, Probate Records, Genealogy


Burke County North Carolina
Mountain scenes in Burke County, North Carolina. Burke county was formed from Rowan County in 1777 and was named after Thomas Burke, a delegate to the Continental Congress from 1777 to 1781. Also, he served as Governor of the State of North Carolina from 1781 to 1782. Most of this region was settled by many Scots-Irish and German immigrants. In 1791, parts of Burke County and Rutherford County were combined to form Buncombe County. In 1833, Yancey County was formed from parts of Burke County and Buncombe County. In 1841, parts of Burke County and Wilkes County formed Caldwell Conty and during 1842 additional parts of Burke County and Rutherford County were combined to make McDowell County. Finally, in 1861, parts of Burke County, Caldwell County, McDowell County, Watauga County and Yancey County were combined to form Mitchell County. Burke County citizens participated in the Battle of Kings Mountain which pitted Appalachian frontiersmen against the loyalist forces of the British commander Ferguson at Kings Mountain, South Carolina during the American Revolution, and were called "Over the Mountain Men" because the militia men did not wait bur crossed over the Blue Ridge mountains to engage the fight. 

The earliest records of Burke County is a problem to genealogists because the ink in the will book dating from 1793 faded beyond recognition. 

Burke County North Carolina Probate Records available to members of North Carolina Pioneers

Digital Images of Burke County Wills 1793 to 1869 (surviving images)
  • Avery, Wrightsville
  • Bradshaw, William
  • Branch, Oliver
  • Brittain, W. L.
  • Coffee, William
  • Connelly, John
  • Connelly, Sidney
  • Connelly, Tilney
  • Dale, George
  • Day, James
  • Day, Nicholas
  • Devine, James
  • Durham, John
  • Durmire, Adam
  • Dysart, William
  • Dyson, Samuel
  • Edmiston, Sarah
  • England, Daniel
  • England, John
  • England, Thomas
  • England, William
  • Erwin, Arthur
  • Erwin, James
  • Erwin, Matilda
  • Erwin, Ulysses
  • Erwin, William H.
  • Erwin, William W.
  • Espy, Mary
  • Estes, Delphi
  • Estes, John
  • Estes, Laban
  • Estes, Reuben
  • Fair, Joseph
  • Finley, Charles
  • Fleming, Elizabeth
  • Fleming, James
  • Fleming, Robert
  • Forney, Jacob
  • Forney, Peter
  • Foster, George
  • Fox, Hugh
  • Franklin, John
  • Fullerton, William
  • Fulwood, William
  • Harshaw, Jacob
  • Hoyle, Absalom
  • Johnson, D. H.
  • Kenley, Aaron
  • Kincaid, Milton H.
  • Lail, Jacob
  • London, Marcus
  • Mathew, George
  • McGimsey, A. T.
  • McKesson, Anna
  • Newburn, John
  • O'Neil, Henry
  • Pullen, Mary
  • Ramsey, Catherine
  • Rector, Martha
  • Reynolds, Nancy
  • Robinson, Sophia
  • Scott, Ambrose
  • Scott, Rebecca
  • Seagle, Jacob
  • Smith, Mary Southerland
  • Tate, W. C.
  • Taylor, Hugh
  • Walton, Martha
  • Walton, T. George

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Monday, October 30, 2017

Buncombe Co. NC Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers

Buncombe County Wills and Estates

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Asheville, North Carolina

Buncombe county was formed in 1791 from parts of Burke County and Rutherford Counties. It was named for Edward Buncombe, a colonel in the American Revolutionary War, who was captured at the Battle of Germantown. The large county originally extended to the Tennessee line. Many of the settlers were Baptists, and in 1807 the pastors of six churches including the revivalist Sion Blythe formed the French Broad Association of Baptist churches in the area. In 1808 the western part of Buncombe County became Haywood County. In 1833 parts of Burke County and Buncombe County were combined to form Yancey County, and in 1838 the southern part of what was left of Buncombe County became Henderson County. In 1851 parts of Buncombe County and Yancey County were combined to form Madison County. Finally, in 1925 the Broad River township of McDowell County was transferred to Buncombe County.

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Images of Will Book B, 1869 to 1899 Names of Testators:
    | Alexander, George C. | Allen, Autonia | Baird, Eliza T. | Baird, Mary A. | Banks, H. H. | Banks, S. M. | Bell, Thomas | Brand, Hann | Brank, Joseph R. | Brittain, George W. | Brittain, William | Brookshire, Lula | Brown, Nathan | Brown, Nathaniel | Brown, William H. | Buchanan, W. A. | Burnett, Elrige | Burnett, James M. | Burnham, Hiram | Buttam, William | Calloway, Sarah Ann | Carter, Daniel W. | Chambers, William | Chambers, William Sr. | Chunn, Joseph | Clark, Jesse | Cochran, Harriet | Cole, Joel | Coleman, William | Conley, John | Crane, Mary Ann | Cunningham, E. H. | Cunningham, John W. | Curtis, B. J. | Daugherty, Lemuel | Davis, Asbery | DeBrull, Susanna | Duffield, Charles | Dula, Thomas | Edney, James M. | Edwards, Helen Maria | Eller, Adam | Eller, William | Embles, Joseph | Endley, James | Erwin, William A. | Frank, John | Freer, Carolina | Frisbee, William | Garren, Marion | Green, Jeremiah | Green, Katherine | Hall, A. E. | Hampton, Levi | Hawley, Levi | Henderson, David | Henderson, L. D. | Henry, James L. | Herndon, E. W. | Herrick, Edwin Hayden | Hyatt, P. A. | Hyman, Ellen | Ingram, Louis | James, Silas | Johnson, A. R. | Johnson, Henry J. | Johnson, Rufus | Johnson, V. D. | Johnston, Hugh J. | Jump, William | Kennedy, John P. | Kimberley, Bettie | Lanning, John | Lanning, Rebecca | Lee, Stephen | Lenoir, Betsy | Litcomb, Margarett | Love, Lorenzo | Luther, Laura | Luther, Solomon | Lynch, Martha J. | McBrayer, William | McGill, Wardlaw | Mercer, Sarah Ann | Merrell, John | Merriman, Branch H. | Middleton, Henry | Miles, Levin | Miller, Henry | Miller, Peter | Moody, Mary Janet | Mordecai, G. W. | Morgan, David | Morgan, Noah | Morrow, Ebenezer | Murdock, Margaret | Murphy, Laura | Murray, Patience Marcella | Murray, Robert A. | Murray, William S. | Palmer, C. B. | Patton, Eliza W. | Patton, John E. | Penland, M. P. | Pinner, Hugh | Plummer, William G. | Polk, Thomas | Poor, John | Pullium, R. W. | Randolph, Mary | Rankin, W. D. | Ratcliff, M. J. | Reed, Jacob | Reed, William R. | Revis, W. C. | Reynolds, John | Reynolds, John D. | Richards, Charles B. | Roberson, James Alford | Roberts, James Riley | Roberts, Joshua | Roberts, M. | Roberts, Thomas O. | Rogers, Caroline M. | Roselee, Sarah | Rumple, Robert | Russell, W. H. | Saunders, Benjamin F. | Shackleford, P. C. | Sluder, J. E. | Sluder, John | Southee, Joseph | Smith, B. J. | Smith, F. A., Mrs. | Smith, James T. | Smith, J. H. | Smith, Owen | Smith, William A. | Stepp, Rachael | Stevens, Francis M. | Stevenson, Abraham | Stewart, John Curtice | Stroup, Nancy | Swain, Eleanor H. | Taylor, Robert J. | Wallack, Isadore | Weaver, Jesse R. | Weaver, John S. | Weaver, M. M. | Wells, J. R. | Whitaker, Henry | White, David | Woodcocke, J. A. | Woodfin, Eliza | Worth, Frederick | Young, Lewis
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Images of Buncombe County Will Book C, 1887 to 1897 Names of Testators:
    | Adams, Daniel D. | Adams, Julia W. | Alexander, George Newton | Arnold, Henry | Ashworth, Johnson | Austin, J. H. | Baird, Rebecca | Ballard, Caroline | Barker, Clarence Johnson | Blount, John Gray | Braunch, William George | Broesback, Anna | Brown, Daniel | Brown, Mary T. | Budd, Margaret Anderson | Call, John D. | Cameron, Paul | Carpenter, John | Carpenter, John (1911) | Carroll, John L. | Carter, Melvin Edmondson | Cathcart, William | Cathcart, William (1805) | Cathey, J. L. | Cawble, Jacob | Chambers, John C. | Chapman, S. F. | Chapman, Verina | Christiansen, George | Cole, Ann B. | Clark, Adger | Clemmons, E. T. | Cortland, Mary Katharine | Croft, Sarah Ann | Cummins, Anson W. | Cushman, Walter S. | D' Allinges, Baron Eugene | Davidson, Thomas F. | Dobbins, Mary | Ducket, Margaret | Frady, J. A. | Frady, John | Fulton, Mary | Garren, David | Gask, B. S. | Goodrum, Maria | Haggard, Elliott | Hendry, Theodore | Henry, Robert | Hill, Wylie | Hines, W. F. | Israel, Levina | Johnson, Julius | Johnston, Andrew H. | Johnston, William | Jones, R. L. F. | Lagle, W. S. | Lindsey, Andrew J. | Mason, Lavinia | McHemphill, William | McMerrill, John | McNeal, Florella | McRee, C. E. | Melke, Arthur | Meyers, Sarah Ellick | Meyers, Sarah Thayer | Miller, George | Miller, Joseph M. | Moore, Harry V. | Murdock, David | Murray, J. L. | Neilson, M. A. | Peller, Joseph | Penland, William M. | Pinketon, James | Pinner, Leander | Powell, Martha J. | Price, Linus | Randall, James M. | Randall, Matthew | Reed, John Sr. | Reeves, John | Reynolds, Alice | Roberts, J. R. | Schultz, Andrew | Spivey, B. F. | Starnes, Jacob | Summer, Richard | Swain, Eleanor H. | Tagg, Marcellus J. | Tennent, Charles | Tennent, Marianne | Tompkins, Frederick W. | Washington, Julia | Weaver, M. M. | Webb, S. W. | Weber, August | West, George W. | Whitaker, L. W. | White, Edward S. | Wilson, Alfred
Images of Will Book A, 1831 to 1868 Names of Testators:
    | Alexander, James | Alexander, James C. | Alexander, Lorenzo D. | Anderson, William | Arrington, James | Ashby, John | Ayres, C. | Baird, B. | Baird, Hannah | Ball, Joel | Bell, Thomas | Boyd, James | Brevard, John | Burlison, Edward | Call, John | Candler, Zachariah | Carter, Jesse | Carver, Joseph | Chambers, John | Cochran, Harriett | Cochran, William | Cole, Jesse | Cole, Joseph | Collins, Riddick | Cooke, Joseph | Curtis, Benjamin | Curtis, Delilah | Dale, Richard | Davidson, Samuel | Davidson, Sophronia | Davis, John | Davis, Margarett | Davis, William | Dillingham, Absalom | Dilliingham, Rebecca | Dougherty, John | Doweese, Garrett | Edmons, Elizabeth | Edwards, David | Edwards, Isham | Eller, Mary | Flagg, William | Fortner, John | Foster, Mary | Foster, Thomas | Foster, Thomas | Garmon, William | Gaston, Thomas | Gentry, John | Gilbert, Daniel | Gill, Rebecca | Gillispie, Francis | Goodlake, Thomas | Gousley, Hugh | Grantham, Joseph | Green, Jeremiah | Gudger, William | Harper, Lot | Harris, Able | Hawkins, Rachel | Henry, Dorcas | Holcombe, Obediah | Hutsell, Elizabeth | Ingle, Elizabeth | Ingram, Thomas | James, Thomas | Jarrett. Fanny | Johnston, A. H. | Jones, Ebed | Jones, George W. | Jones, Thomas | Jones, Wiley | Jones, William | Killian, William | King, Jonathan | Lackey, John | Lane, Sarah Ann | Livingston, John | Low, Stephen | Lowrey, James | Lusk, John | Marson, William | Martin, Jacob | McBrayer, James | McDonnell, William | McDowel, Athan | McFee, John | Means, John | Merrell, Benjamin | Merrell, Jesse | Merrell, John | Morgan, James | Morrison, John | Murdock, William | Nelson, William | Owens, John | Palmer, Jesse | Palmer, J. T. | Patton, Ann | Patton, James A. | Patton, James | Patton, James W. | Patton, John | Peavy, Bartlett | Peek, Jesse | Penland, John | Pinner, Burrell | Pitman, Thomas | Plemans, Peter | Poor, Isaac | Porter, Edmund | Porter, William | Potter, James | Powers, Brady | Prestwood, Johnathan | Reaves, Malachi | Reed, Eldred | Reed, Jane | Reed, Peter | Reynolds, Joseph | Roberts, John | Robeson, Andrew | Robeson, Jonah | Robeson, William | Robird, Robert | Rogers, Andrew | Saddler, John Roberd | Saunders, Benjamin | Sharp, Thomas | Smith, James M. | Smith, James M. (1864) | Spier, Alexander | Stepp, Silas | Stockton, Richard | Summers, Richard | Thrash, Valentine | Turner, James | Vance, Priscilla | Warren, Robert | Weaver, J. T. | Wells, Leander | Wells, Thomas | West, Henry | West, John | Whitaker, John | Whitaker, William | White, Ann | Whitesides, John B. | Whitmire, Christopher | Williamson, Elijah | Williamson, Elizabeth | Williamson, Richard | Willis, John | Wilson, John | Woodfin, J. W. | Wyatt, Shadrack | Young, John | Young, Rosannah | Young, Sarah
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  • Wills 1831 to 1868; Wills 1868 to 1899; Wills 1887 to 1897

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Monday, October 23, 2017

Brunswick Co. NC Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers

Brunswick County Wills, Estates, Probate Records


Orton Plantation

From 1667 to 1725, a few Englishmen attempted to settle in Brunswick County. One of them was Thomas James who was granted 1000 acres on the west side of the Cape Fear River in 1714. The settlement was disastrous as he was found murdered the following year by local Indians. The earliest legal grant was to Landgrave Thomas Smith on May 8, 1713, with the conveyance of Smith Island (now Bald Head Island). During 1725 a number of land grants were issued to prospective settlers. In 1726 Brunswick Town was settled which became known as the county seat. In April of 1733, James Wimble began selling lots on the east side of the Cape Fear River, called New Carthage. Subsequent names for it was New Liverpool, New Town, or Newton . Newton was incorporated as the Town of Wilmington on February 25, 1740 and designated as the new County Seat. This infuriated those settlers residing on the west side of the Cape Fear River, and they commenced plans to secede from New Hanover County. Brunswick county was officially formed in 1764 from parts of Bladen and New Hanover Counties. It was named after the old the colonial port of Brunswick Town (now in ruins) which was named for the Duchy of Brunswick-Lunenburg, was held at the time by the British kings of the House of Hanover. 

The images digitized for this site are on microfilm with the Secretary of the State of North Carolina and were combined into three volumes, beginning with the earliest date of 1764. It is not known whether any other records exist. 

Images of Wills and Estates, Book A, 1764 to 1921 

Arnold, Sarah | Atkinson, Aaron | Bell, Ann | Bell, John | Beuton, Henry | Black, Samuel | Bond, Eliza | Bowen, Geneva | Burney, Mary | Butler, Daniel | Butler, Samuel | Cannon, Dennis Carr, William | Carrier, Robins | Clemons, Elizabeth | Corbett, Jacob | Curtis, Walter | 

Davis, Charlotte | Davis, Isaac | Davis, Joseph | Davis, Robert | Davis, Rollins | Davis, Sallie | Dobbins, Charles | Dosher, Frank | Downing, Nancy | Durant, Thomas | Evans, Jacob | Evans, John B.

Foley, Amanda | Frank, Lorenzo | Frink, Sarah | Fullwood, Benjamin | Galloway, Alexander | Galloway, Cornelius | Galloway, Francis Marion | Galloway, Henrietta | Galloway, James | Galloway, Gibb | Garrison, Sarah | Garrison, Thomas | Gaston, Hilliard | Gay, J. W. | Gordon, Frank | Gore, William | Green, Preston | Grissett, John G. | Grissett, William | Grissom, Edgar | Grissom, Sarah 

Hall, John | Hawes, John | Hawkins, English | Hawkins, Flora | Hawkins, James | Hazzard, Ivey | Hewett, Charles | Hewett, Jeremiah | Hewett, Joseph | Hewett, L. G. | Hewett, Robert | Holden, Thomas 

Jackson, Nancy | Jones, John | Lee, Moses | Lehew, Samuel | Lewis, Thomas | Little, Nathaniel | Long, Gabriel | Matthews, Jaratt | McCall, Myron | McKeithan, Theodore | McKenzie, John | McRae, John | Moore, Francis | Moore, Lizzie | Moore, Maggie | Moore, Martha | Moore, Mary | Moore, Sarah E. Moore, William | Mueller, Albert | Murchison, Katherine | Murchison, Kenneth | Murray, George 

Neale, Nancy | Newton, Robert | Olliway, Abram | Parker, Bowden | Patterson, Thomas | Patrick, Scott | Pigott, John | Potter, S. F. | Price, Fuller | Price, Jacob | Price, Samuel 

Rabon, Erwin | Reaves, Solomon | Reeves, James | Reynolds, Isaac | Reynolds, Mark | Rooks, Alfred S. | Roots, Roger | Rothwell, Mary | Rourk, H. K. | Rourk, Peter | Rowell, Samuel | Russ, Samuel | Russell, Sarah Amanda

Sellus, Mary | Sellus, William | Sheehan, James S. | Shefeard, Sallie | Smith, Charles | Smith, Cornelius | Smith, Fannie | Smith, John | Smith, Valentine | Stanaland, John | Stanaland, Joseph | Stanaland, Samuel | Standland, William | Stanley, Peter | Stone, William | Swain, George | Swain, Hannah | Swain, Henry | Swain, Samuel | Swain, Saul | Swan, Henry 

Taylor, Catherine | Taylor, E. W. | Tharp, Peter | Vernon, Harry | Wearing, William | Wescott, F. M. | Whittey, D. W. | Williams, Harry | Wilson, Lewis | Worsham, Peter 

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Monday, October 16, 2017

Bladen Co. NC Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers

Bladen County Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Probate Records


Elizabethtown

Bladen County was taken from New Hanover County in 1734 and named for Martin Bladen, Lord Commissioner of Trade and Plantation. The county seat is Elizabethtown, formed in 1773 but not incorporated until 1895.

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Images of Wills 1766 to 1833

Adair, James | Adair, James (2) | Allen, Joseph | Andres, Samuel | Andres, William | Andrews, James | Andrews, John | Atkinson, Willis

Bailey, Thomas | Baldwin, John | Baldwin, William | Barfield, Richard | Beard, John | Beard, Will | Beasley, Robert | Beatty, John | Benson, Daniel | Blackenell, Elizabeth | Blue, Catherine | Bradley, James | Bridges, Matthew | Bright, Robert | Bright, Simon | Brown, George | Brown, John | Bryan, Caroline | Bryan, George | Bryant, William | Burney, William | Byron, Alexander | Byron, John | Bryne, Matthew

Cain, James | Cain, Joseph | Cain, Samuel | Campbell, Archibald | Campbell, James | Campbell, Margaret | Cawel, Samuel | Chance, Daniel | Chause, Joseph | Cheshire, Richard | Child, James | Clady, James | Clark, Benjamin | Clark, David | Clarke, Daniel | Cohoon, John | Coleman, Moses | Collins, Richard | Cooper, Benjamin | Cooper, Joseph | Cowan, William | Crawford, Margaret | Cromartie, A. | Cromartie, Calvin | Cromartie, James | Cromartie, John | Cromartie, William | Culbraith, Archibald

Daniel, Overton | Davey, Euphoria | Davis, Edmond | Davis, Edward | Davis, Henry | Davis, Isabella | Davis, Turner | Davis, William | Deacon, Mary | Devane, John | Dickson, Calvin | Dorsey, James | Dove, Esther | Downing, George | Dunham, William | Dupree, Auralia

Ellis, Evan | Ellis, John | Evans, James | Fitzrandolph, Benjamin | Flinn, David | Fort, John | Franklin, Edwin

Gardner, Ann | Gates, Jean | Gates, Peter | Gibbs, George | Gibbs, John | Gillespie, James | Glass, Levy | Gray, Abraham | Green, Mary

Hall, Jonathan | Harrison, John | Harvey, Priscilla | Harvey, Robert | Harvey, William | Haynes, Joshua | Hays, Elizabeth | Hendon, William | Henry, William | Herring, Mary | Herrington, Elizabeth | Hester, Thomas | Hill, Isaac | Hodge, Robert | Hollingsworth, Stephen | Holmes, Edward | Holmes, Moses

Ikuer, George | Jennigan, Whitmal | Jessip, John | Johnson, Joel | Johnson, William | Johnston, Lelah | Jones, Griffith | Jones, Isaac | Jones, Levi | Jones, Musgrove | Jordan, River | Joseph, Isaac

Kea, John | Kelley, James | Kelley, Thomas | Kelly, Archibald | Kelly, Mary | Kelly, Neil | Key, Duncan McCones | Key, Matthew | King, Alexander | King, Duncan

Lamb, Mary | Laurent, Duncan | Lewis, Richard | Lloyd, Anna | Lloyd, Nancy | Lock, Elizabeth | Lock, John | Lock, Joseph | Lock, Mary | Lock, Leonard | Lorris, Francis | Lorris, Richard | Love, Thomas | Lucas, Francis | Lucas, Henry | Lucas, Thomas | Lyon, Eleanor

Maultsby, Anthony | Maxfield, Mary | McCall, Duncan | McConkey, Robert | McDonell, Alexander | McDougal, Allen | McDugald, Margaret | McEwen, John | McKay, Ann | McKay, Iver | McKay, James | McKay, Ralph | McKee, Ann | McKuhan, Duncan | McKuhan, D. F. | McLeod, Lauchlin | McLearn, John | McLelland, Andrew | McMaster, Felix | McMillan, Dugard | McMillan, Duncan | McMillan, Edward | McMillan, Jeannette | McMillan, John | McMillan, Joseph | McNaughton, John | McNeill, John | McNeill, Mary | McNeill, Hector | McRee, James | McRee, Robert | McRee, William | Meek, George | Melvin, Daniel | Melvin, George | Melvin, John | Melvin, Joshua | Melvin, Robert | Meredith, James | Miller, Frederick | Monroe, Duncan } Monroe, Nancy | Moore, Berenger | Moore, James | Moore, Maurice | Moore, William | Moore, William | Moorhead, James | Moorhead, Mary | Morrison, John | Mosick, Jacob | Mossinger, Joseph | Mulford, Elizabeth | Mulford, Ephraim | Mullington, Richard | Murphy, Hugh | Murrell, Zachariah | Mustlewhite, Thomas

Norman, Jeremiah | Nortin, Shadrach | Owen, John | Owen, Thomas | Parker, William | Patterson, Paul | Phares, Samuel | Pitman, Jacob | Plummer, James | Pope, Anney | Porter, John | Porter, John (2) | Powell, John | Powell, Zilpha | Purdis, James

Ray, Dugald | Reese, Thomas | Regan, Joseph | Register, William | Rials, Elizabeth | Richardson, Nathaniel | Richardson, Samuel | Richardson, Samuel Neal | Robeson, Thomas, Colonel | Robeson, Thomas | Robison, James | Robison, Samuel | Rowland, James | Russ, John | Russ, John (2) | Russ, Joseph | Russ, Mary

Salkeld, Isaac | Salter, Richard Sr. | Salter, Sarah | Salter, William | Salter, William (2)| Shaw, Archibald | Shaw, Catherine | Shaw, Daniel | Shaw, John | Shaw, Penelope | Sherridan, Thomas | Shipman, Daniel | Shipman, Hayes | Sikes, David | Simmons, Saunders | Simpson, John | Singletary, Benjamin | Singletary, David | Singletary, Edward | Singletary, John | Singletary, Joshua | Singletary, Josiah | Singletary, Richard | Smith, Benjamin | Smith, David | Smith, James | Smith, John | Smith, Margaret | Smith, Samuel | Smith, Thomas | Smith, William | Stephens, John | Stone, Benjamin | Storm, Mary | Stubbs, George | Sutton, William

Tatom, Theophilus | Taylor, Daniel | Taylor, John | Thaggard, Isaac | Thomas, George | Thomas, Michael | Thomas, Sarah | Thompson, Lewis | Troy, Robert

Vernon, Ann | Waddell, Mary | Weathersbee, Cade | Westbrooks, James | White, John | White, Matthew | White, William | Wilkerson, William | Williamson, Lewis | Willis, Betty | Willis, David | Willis, John | Willis, Robert | Wingate, John | Wootin, John | Yedder, George | Young, Matthew | Young, Nathan | Young, William  more Wills ....

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Monday, October 9, 2017

Beaufort Co. NC Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers

Beaufort County Genealogy, Wills and Estates


map of Beaufort, NCIndians were in the territory by the 1650s, two Indian tribes, the Secotan Confederation and the Pomouik Nation (called Pamlico). The first white settlers were traders who resided along the Pamlico River, some of whom took Indian wives and learned the language. The area was named Pamtecough County in 1705. The name was changed in 1712. The town of Bath was the first county seat. 

Beaufort County Wills and other County Records Available to Members of North Carolina Pioneers. 

Miscellaneous Wills
  • Williams, Thomas, LWT dated 1793
Images of Beaufort County Wills 1720 to 1775
  • Abbott, William
  • Adams, Anna
  • Adams, James
  • Adams, John
  • Alderson, John
  • Allen, Timothy
  • Becton, Richard
  • Belote, Hillery
  • Bright, John
  • Bright, Richard
  • Buckingham, Stephen
  • Campain, Joseph
  • Campen, Joram
  • Cannon, Sarah
  • Chauncy, Walley
  • Clement, Thomas
  • Conlanike, Michael
  • Conner, Phillip
  • Cooper, Daniel
  • Coyler, Cornelius
  • Crawford, Ann
  • Crawford, Charles
  • Davis, Jhan
  • Delvent, John
  • Doe, Edward
  • Eckols, John
  • Evitts, Walter
  • Flannikin, James
  • Floyd, Griffin
  • Forman, Willis
  • Fortner, James
  • Fripp, John
  • Fulinton, Andrew
  • Harfoot, Robert
  • Harrison, Thomas
  • Herinton, James
  • Hollon, Richard
  • Horton, Jesse Sr.
  • Jacken, David
  • Jackson, John
  • Jasper, John
  • Jewell, Thomas
  • Jones, Josias
  • Jones, Walter
  • Jordan, John
  • Joyner, Israel
  • Keech, John
  • Kelley, Matthew
  • Leigh, James
  • Lewis, Griffith
  • Lockey, Cele
  • Mays, William
  • McKeel, Thomas
  • McMath, Robert
  • McNaire, Charles
  • Mills, John Sr.
  • Newton, Francis
  • Odean, Charles
  • Odean, Elizabeth
  • Odean, John
  • Palmer, John
  • Pearce, Edmond
  • Perkins, James
  • Peyton, Benjamin
  • Peyton, Eleanor
  • Phillips, William
  • Pindar, William
  • Pritchett, James
  • Pritchett, Peter
  • Rigney, Hanah
  • Rigney, James
  • Roe, Sarah
  • Shute, Phillip
  • Slade, James
  • Slade, Joseph
  • Smith, Charles
  • Squire, John
  • Taylor, Samuel
  • Tindel, John
  • Tripp, John
  • Underwood, Thomas
  • Wall, James
  • Wallis, Jonathan
  • Welch, Mathew
  • Whitehurst, Josias
  • Williams, Thomas

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