Caswell County Wills and Estates
Caswell County was established in 1777 and was the first county in the State. It was carved out of Orange County and was named after Richard Caswell, the first governor of the new State of North Carolina.
Caswell County Wills and other Records Available to Members of North Carolina Pioneers
- Caswell County Deeds (trancribed)
- Browning, John, 1782 deed from the State of North Carolina Plat of Nancyville (1839)
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