Carteret County Wills and EstatesCarteret 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.
Carteret County Wills and other Records Available to Members of North Carolina Pioneers
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.
- 1741 to 1799
- 1741 to 1839
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