Monday, September 18, 2017

Albemarle Co. NC Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers

Albemarle County, North Carolina Probate Records


Albemarle County North Carolina

The former county of Albemarle County was established in 1664 and was located in the northeastern portion of North Carolina. The county was named after the first Duke of Albemarle (George Monck), who was one of the eight Lords Proprietors of the Province of Carolina, for whom the Albemarle Sound is also named. Under the original divisions of the province, the county to the south of Albemarle was called Clarendon County and centered on the Cape Fear region, but was only briefly occupied in the 1660s. Bath County was organized in 1696 and lay more closely to the south. By 1670 the four precincts of Albemarle County had been formed: Shaftesbury, Currituck, Pasquotank, and Berkeley. In 1681, Berkeley was renamed Perquimans and during 1685 Shaftesbury became Chowan. By 1689 the county ceased to function as a governmental unit and was replaced by the four precincts. However, Albemarle County was officially abolished in 1739. The Higher Court of North Carolina functioned in Albemarle County. 

Albemarle County (now extinct) Records available to members of North Carolina Pioneers
  • Higher Court Records 1670 to 1696

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Monday, September 11, 2017

Alamance County NC Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers

Alamance County Genealogy Records


Alamance County was created in 1849 from Orange County. Its county seat is Graham.[3] Formed in 1849 from Orange County to the east.

Probate Records available to Members
  1. Marriage Bonds 1850 to 1866
  2. Map of Alamance County Railroad Property
Records available at North Carolina State Archives
  1. Miscellaneous Records 1836 to 1939
  2. List of Estates (Names) 1856-1949 (Adams to Zachary)

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Monday, September 4, 2017

Yancey County NC Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers

Yancey County Genealogy Records



Yancey County

The western county of Yancey County was established during December of 1833 and was named after Bartlett Yancey of Caswell County, a United States Congressman and Speaker of the Senate. The county seat is Burnsville, North Carolina.

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  • List of Estates 1853 to 1915
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Monday, August 28, 2017

Yadkin Co. NC Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers

Images of Yadkin County, North Carolina Wills and Estates for Family Tree Researchers


Yadkin County

The county was formed in 1850 from that part of Surry County south of the Yadkin River, for which it was named.

Images of Wills and Estates 1851 to 1902 

Testators:

Adams, Daniel J. Adams, George Adkins, Horatio Baldwin, A. T. Benbow, Evan Benham, E. A. Brown, Ellen Brown, Henry Brown, Jacob Chapman, Allen Claywell, J. S. Colvard, B. G. Daub, H. N. Dickerson, Alfonso Felts, Harrison Fleming, David Fleming, Elizabeth Fleming, F. Fleming, Henry W. Glen, Elizabeth Gails Greer, David Hall, Alexander Hampton, Alford Harding, B. Harrison, A. Hellmund, Bell Henderson, Bennett Hobson, David Holcomb, Anna Hoots, Daniel Houser, Adam Hutchins, Alexander Sr. Johnson, A. J. Lynch, Elizabeth Martin, Aaron Norman, David W. North, Ann Parker, George Perry, J. J. Perry, J. J. Reavis, Charles Reece, Abraham Reece, Alvis Reinhardt, Christian Robinson, Harvey Rose, Elizabeth Rowland, A. Skidmore, Alexander Sparks, Benjamin Speer, Aquila Stallings, Alexander Stedman, Charles Steelman, George Streetman, Dora A. Swain, Franklin Tomlin, A. N. Vankey, Clayton Vestal, Alexander Vestal, Gina Wade, C. B. Wade, Gholson Wagoner, Catharine Hall, Martha C. Wilkins, George Williams, Isaac Wilson, Conrad Windsor, Elisha A. Woodruff, Allen 

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Monday, August 21, 2017

Wilkes County North Carolina Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers

Images of Wilkes County Wills and Estates 1778 to 1799 

Names of Testators:

  1. Alexander, Dolley
  2. Alexander, Jesse
  3. Bagby, John
  4. Baldwin, Elisha
  5. Baldwin, John
  6. Barnes, John
  7. Brown, Gabriel
  8. Brown, George
  9. Brown, James
  10. Brown, John
  11. Clayton, Henry
  12. Cleveland, Benjamin
  13. Coffee, Joel
  14. Cornelius, Mary
  15. Downey, James
  16. Dodson, John
  17. Dyer, Elisha
  18. Edmonton, James
  19. Fletcher, James
  20. Foster, John
  21. Freeman, James
  22. Garrison, Isaac
  23. Green, Ann
  24. Glover, Benjamin
  25. Gordon, Charles
  26. Gray, John
  27. Green, Joshua
  28. Grier, John
  29. Hardgrave, Francis
  30. Henderson, Joseph
  31. Herndon, Benjamin
  32. Hesling, Carlton
  33. Isbell, Francis
  34. James, Charles
  35. Jennings, John
  36. Johnson, Jeffrey
  37. Jones, Edmund
  38. King, Charles
  39. Lewis, Benjamin
  40. Lindsey, John
  41. Malone, George
  42. Martin, Benjamin
  43. Mayes, James
  44. McDaniels, Daniel
  45. McKenzie, Kenneth
  46. McNeil, George
  47. Parker, John
  48. Parks, John
  49. Pate, Anthony
  50. Redman, Benjamin
  51. Rhodes, John
  52. Roberts, Elizabeth
  53. Robinson, Jesse
  54. Rose, Emmanuel
  55. Rowe, James
  56. Sails, Elijah
  57. Scott, Hugh
  58. Shepherd, James
  59. Smith, Hugh
  60. Stalling, Leonard
  61. Stampers, Jonathan
  62. Standley, Elizabeth
  63. Sutton, John
  64. Teague, Magnus
  65. Witherspoon, David
  66. Witherspoon, John

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Monday, August 14, 2017

Wayne Co. NC Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers

Wayne County Genealogy Records



Wayne County Court HouseWayne County was established on November 2, 1779 from the western part of Dobbs County. It was named for "Mad Anthony" Wayne, a general in the American Revolutionary War. The first court was held in the home of Josiah Sasser during which occasion the justices were to decide on a place for all subsequent courts until a courthouse could be erected. By 1782 the commissioners were named. In 1787 an act was passed establishing Waynesborough on the west side of the Neuse River on the land of Doctor Andrew Bass where the courthouse now stands. In 1855 parts of Wayne County, Edgecombe County, Johnston County, and Nash County were combined to form Wilson County. The county seat is Goldsboro, North Carolina.

Genealogy Records Available to Members
  • Miscellaneous Records at North Carolina State Archives 1788 to 1936
  • List of Estates 1930 to 1968

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Monday, August 7, 2017

Washington Co. NC Genealogies and Histories #northcarolinapioneers


Washington County Genealogy Records



Farm in Washington CountyWashington County was formed in 1799 from the western third of Tyrrell County. It was named for George Washington. County seat is Plymouth, North Carolina.

Records Available to Members
  • List of Miscellaneous Records at North Carolina State Archives 1867 to 1933
  • List of Guardians 1870 to 1941
  • List of Estates 1869 to 1959
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