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ANNOUNCING A NEW SERIES OF TENNESSEE RECORDS: SULLIVAN COUNTY, TN RECORDS by Shelia Steele Hunt


Texas Records


ANNOUNCING A NEW SERIES OF TEXAS RECORDS: TEXAS NATURALIZATIONS TO 1906 by Roger G. Ward


North Carolina Records


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Marriage Abstracts of Ashe County, North Carolina, 1801-1879 by John Vogt, vi, 136 pp. Records drawn from marriage register in Jefferson, North Carolina, as well as miscellaneous records in the State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage, and bondsman, minister and witnesses where noted. A full index of brides and grooms is provided.
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Marriage Abstracts of Bertie County, North Carolina, 1755-1869 by John Vogt, vi, 99 pp. Records drawn from the office of the Superior Court in Windsor, North Carolina. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage, and occasional bondsman, consent and/or minister. A full index is provided.
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Marriage Abstracts of Brunswick County, North Carolina, 1804-1904 by John Vogt, vi, 246 pp. 3773 Records drawn from the Courthouse in Brunswick County as well as a collection of marriage records in the State Archives in Raleigh. Includes groom, bride, date of license and/or marriage. Arranged alphabetical by groom, a full bride's index is provided.
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Marriage Abstracts of Burke County, North Carolina, 1780-1869 by John Vogt, vi, 119 pp. Records drawn from court records in Morganton, North Carolina. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage, bondsman and witness where noted. A full index is provided.
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Marriage Abstracts of Cabarrus County, North Carolina, 1793-1869 by John Vogt, vi, 174 pp. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage. A full index of brides and grooms is provided.
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Marriage Abstracts of Carteret County, North Carolina, 1755-1868 by John Vogt, 2012. 90 pp.,5 1/2 x 8 1/2, iv, Index. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage. These records were first transcribed from the originals during the 1930s by the Works Progess Administration. The volume is alphabetical by groom with full brides index.
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Marriage Abstracts of Caswell County, North Carolina, 1778-1876 by John Vogt, 2012. 181 pp.,5 1/2 x 8 1/2, iv, index. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage, ministers and/or bondsmen and witnesses. These records were first transcribed from the originals during the 1930s by the Works Progess Administration. The volume is alphabetical by groom with full brides index.
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Marriage Abstracts of Chatham County, North Carolina, 1782-1868 by John Vogt, 2012. 81 pp.,5 1/2 x 8 1/2, iv, index. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage, ministers and/or bondsmen and witnesses. These records were first transcribed from the originals during the 1930s by the Works Progess Administration. The volume is alphabetical by groom with full brides index.
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Marriage Abstracts of Chowan County, North Carolina, 1741-1869 by John Vogt, 2011. 208 pp.,5 1/2 x 8 1/2, vi, map, index. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage, ministers and/or bondsmen and witnesses. These records were first transcribed from the originals during the 1930s by the Works Progess Administration. The volume is alphabetical by groom with full brides index.
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Marriage Abstracts of Cumberland County, North Carolina, 1803-1878 by John Vogt. 2012, v, 182 pp. 5,433 Records drawn from a collection of marriage records in the State Archives in Raleigh. Includes groom, bride, date of license and/or marriage. Arranged alphabetical by groom, a full bride's index is provided.
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Marriage Abstracts of Duplin County, North Carolina, 1755-1868 by John Vogt. 2012, iv, 54 pp. 1,559 Records drawn from a collection of marriage records in the State Archives in Raleigh. Includes groom, bride, date of license and/or marriage. Arranged alphabetical by groom, a full bride's index is provided.
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Marriage Abstracts of Edgecombe County, North Carolina, 1760-1868 by John Vogt, 2012. 124 pp.,5 1/2 x 8 1/2, iv, Index. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage. These records were first transcribed from the originals during the 1930s by the Works Progess Administration. The volume is alphabetical by groom with full brides index.
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Marriage Abstracts of Guilford County, North Carolina, 1771-1868 by John Vogt, vi, 269 pp. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage. Alphabetic by groom.A full bride's index of brides is provided.
Guilford County, created in 1771 from portions of Rowan and Orange counties, was named in honor of Francis North, 1st Earl of Guilford, father of Frederick North, Lord North, British Prime Minister at the time. But the first settlements in the area predated the county’s creation by nearly three decades. In the 1740s ministers of the German Reformed congregations led their flocks down from Pennsylvania much as the German Reformed pastors had done two decades earlier in the lower Shenandoah Virginia counties of Augusta and Orange. They were joined in this frontier North Carolina by English Quakers and numerous Presbyterians groups who forged the new community along the river edges of the county. In 1779 the southern third of Guilford was set aside to form Randolph County, and in 1785 the northern half of Guilford’s remaining territory became Rockingham County. In all, 8,282 marriage abstracts are available in this work.
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Marriage Bonds of Johnston County, North Carolina, 1767-1867 by John Vogt, 2014. 127 pp.,5 1/2 x 8 1/2, iv, Index. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage. These records were first transcribed from the originals during the 1930s by the Works Progess Administration. The volume is alphabetical by groom with full brides index.
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Marriage Bonds of Lincoln County, North Carolina, 1783-1866 by John Vogt, 2013. 213 pp.,5 1/2 x 8 1/2, iv, Index. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage. These records were first transcribed from the originals during the 1930s by the Works Progess Administration. The volume is alphabetical by groom with full brides index.
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Marriage Abstracts of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, 1788-1866 by John Vogt, iv, 180 pp., index. Records drawn from a collection of marriage records in the State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, and date of bond and/or marriage. A full index is provided.
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Marriage Bonds of Onslow County, North Carolina, 1748-1867 by John Vogt, 2013. 53 pp.,5 1/2 x 8 1/2, iv, Index. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage. These records were first transcribed from the originals during the 1930s by the Works Progess Administration. The volume is alphabetical by groom with full brides index.
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Marriage Bonds of Orange County, North Carolina, 1782-1868 by John Vogt, 2013. 264 pp.,5 1/2 x 8 1/2, iv, Index. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage. These records were first transcribed from the originals during the 1930s by the Works Progess Administration. The volume is alphabetical by groom with full brides index.
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Marriage Records of Pasquotank County, North Carolina, 1767-1868 by John Vogt, 2014. 45 pp.,5 1/2 x 8 1/2, iv, Index. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage. These records were first transcribed from the originals during the 1930s by the Works Progess Administration. The volume is alphabetical by groom with full brides index.
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Marriage Records of Perquimans County, North Carolina, 1758-1865 by John Vogt, 2013. 70 pp.,5 1/2 x 8 1/2, iv, Index. Records drawn from court records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, date of bond and/or marriage. These records were first transcribed from the originals during the 1930s by the Works Progess Administration. The volume is alphabetical by groom with full brides index.
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Marriage Abstracts of Person County, North Carolina, 1792-1869 by John Vogt, iv, 110 pp., index. Records drawn from a collection of marriage records in the State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, and date of bond and/or marriage. A full index is provided.
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Marriage Abstracts of Richmond County, North Carolina, 1783-1868 by John Vogt, iv, 21 pp., index. Records drawn from a collection of marriage records in the State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, and date of bond and/or marriage. A full index is provided.
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Marriage Abstracts of Robeson County, North Carolina, 1799-1868 by John Vogt, iv, 75 pp., index. More than 2,400 abstracts drawn from a collection of marriage records in the State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, and date of bond and/or marriage. Grooms are arranged alphabetically. A full brides' index is provided.
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Marriage Abstracts of Stokes County, North Carolina, 1788-1868 by John Vogt, iv, 185 pp., index. More than 5,900 abstracts drawn from a collection of marriage records in the State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, and date of bond and/or marriage. Grooms are arranged alphabetically. A full brides' index is provided.
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Marriage Abstracts of Warren County, North Carolina, 1780-1867 by John Vogt, iv, 136 pp., index. More than 4,100 abstracts drawn from a collection of marriage records in the State Archives in Raleigh. Includes bride, groom, and date of bond and/or marriage. Grooms are arranged alphabetically. A full brides' index is provided.
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A History of Buncombe County, N. C. by F. A. Sondley, 2 vols., 913 pp., index. Originally published in 1930, this work has become the definitive classic for Buncombe County's early history and has not been superseded. A reprint has been made from the original edition. paperback.
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ALAMANCE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA 1850 CENSUS WITH ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS OF SELECTED FAMILIES transcribed by Marian Dodson Chiarito. 1987, 240 pages, 8"x11". Alamance County was formed in 1849 from Orange County. the 1850 enumeration included every person living in each household. A complete name index is given for each head of household as well as others with a different surname. Ancestors and descendants of seventy major families are included in this books. Abstracts of wills and deeds, marriages, and cemetery records are given with documentation to source of record. In addition to the seventy major families, supplemental data includes most other families in the county. The information given for many families dates from early 1700s to late 1800s, and some families are traced to their immigrant ancestor.
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INDEX TO THE NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL REGISTER (HATHAWAY'S REGISTER) indexed by David O. Hamrick. 1983, 3 volumes, 5"x8". One of the most important references for North Carolina genealogical research is the multi-volume "Hathaway's Register", first published in 1900-1903. Unfortunately, like so many of the books of the time, its lack of an index precludes its effective utilization by genealogists. David Hamrick has provided in these three volumes a full and concise index to the "Register", including both married and maiden names whenever given. They will doubtless "open the door" and provide new leads for many families of North Carolina (and Virginia) extraction.

Federal Census Records

HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1790 (bicentennial edition) A bicentennial edition of the United States Federal Census for 1790. Between 1906 and 1908 the Government printing office published the surviving records of the first federal census of 1790 in volumes for each state. Today, most of these records and even their reprints are out of print and inaccessible except through use in research libraries and archives. New Papyrus Publishing has arranged to utilize Bureau of the Census logos for the bicentennial of the census and produce a new edition of this most important work. To date, four states are available. These volumes are printed using the original G.P.O. texts on 8½x11 inch acid-free vellum stock with a permanency of two centuries under normal usage.



Georgia Records


WASHINGTON COUNTY, GA. LAND WARRANTS, 1784-1787 transcribed by Mary Bondurant Warren and Jack Moreland Jones. 1992, iv, 92 pages, map, index.

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Clarke County, Ga. Marriage Book A, 1804-1821 by Mary Bondurant Warren
The marriages records for this county were issued by the county Ordinary and preserved, though unknown for many yars, and were rediscovered in the 1970s during a reorganization of the Ordinary's office. Included in the find was a bundle marked "Marriage Licenses - Some Unrecorded". An Appendix adds a detailed explanation of the marriage requirements for Georgia brides and grooms (The Georgia Legislature passed an act in 1799 making mandatory the securing of a marriage license, or publictiomn of banns, within the state).
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Oconee County, GA

Cemetery Inscriptions of Oconee County, Georgia compiled by the Clarke-Oconee Genealogical Society
402 pp., index, maps. Published in 1994, this volume is a meticulous recording of all the known burials in both public and private cemeteries. Arranged by Georgia Militia District and then by cemeteries within the district, the volume is an essential tool for reearchers in this early Georgia County.
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Effingham County

English Crown Grants in St. Matthew Parish in Georgia, 1755-1775 by Marion R. Hemperley
One volume of a nine-volume series by the Surveyor-General's Department in 1972-1974.. The grant abstracts cover the area of Effingham County, Georgia in which the Saltzburgers settled during the colonial period. paperback,1974, 8 ¼" x 11" format,vii,200 pages.
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Muscogee County

General Henry Lewis Benning This Was A Man: A Biography of Georgia's Supreme Court Justice and Confederate General by J. David Dameron
This biography is the premier and definitive story of Georgia's stalwart judge, statesman, and military commander. Affectionately known as "Old Rock," General Henry Lewis Benning led his brigade of dogged Southern warriors to numerous victories against overwhelming odds. Their achievements at the defense of Burnside's Bridge, the capture of the Devil's Den, and many other victories legendary in the annals of the American Civil War. Yet little has been written about the man who led them. His story delves deeply into political affairs, court cases, and the societal woes that he and his peers were forced to address. Through the words and deeds of Henry Benning, explore the impact of religion, slavery, and the critical roles these institutions played in antebellum society. As his story unfolds, the reader will learn how Benning's background and experiences shaped him into one of the most admired men of the South.

Set in the tumultuous era, Benning's story is filled with real-life drama. His personal triumphs and tragedies as well as the important events of his day are supported by bountiful resources for further investigation. Original maps, charts and rare photographs enhance the narrative, which is also supported with detailed chapter notes, references and little-known facts. For example, discover why Margaret Mitchell used Benning's Beautiful wife as a character model for her bestseller, Gone with the Wind. Examine how Benning surpassed his classmates Howell Cobb and Herschell V. Johnson (Georgia governors) and became Valedictorian of his class at Franklin College (now the University of Georgia). Find out why Henry Benning was so respected in Columbus, Georgia that his fellow citizens recorded, "No man in this city is loved like he." Upon his death, Benning was sincerely mourned by the affluent, the poor, and even his former slaves. Moreover, discover for yourself why Benning's friends and family recorded on his tomb, General Henry Lewis Benning, "This Was a Man!"

5 ¼" x 8 ¼" format, 438 pages, color cover, 92 internal illustrations, bibliography, comprehensive index, maps, charts, graphs. Paperback.

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SEE ALSO: GEORGIA REVOLUTIONARY SOLDIERS AND SAILORS, PATRIOTS AND PIONEERS by H. Ross Arnold and Hank Burnham.


SEE ALSO: THE TRUE STORY OF ANDERSONVILLE PRISON by James Madison Page in collaboration with M. J. Haley (original edition published in 1908).


Pennsylvania Records

See the 1790 U.S. Census Records Series


South Carolina Records


See the 1790 U.S. Census Records Series


Ohio Records

WASHINGTON COUNTY, OHIO TAX LIST, 1817, AND NON-RESIDENT TAXES , by Carrie Eldridge. 1801. 102 pages, map, index. 8½X11.

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OTHER RECORDS

DeLorme LogoDELORME ATLASES & GAZETTEERS paperback, 11" x 15½", 63 maps, 80 pages, full color. These atlases will be an invaluable resource for genealogical researchers. Each 11" x 15" chart is extremely detailed and maps back roads (paved & unpaved), along with trails, forests, mountains, and all lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams. Together, the maps in the set cover the entire state in the same fashion as the 1:250,000 series of geological survey maps issued by the U. S. government. A place name gazetteer identifies even the tiniest village and country crossroad. Most importantly, the atlas identifies many of the smallest watercourses which researchers can use to locate property and family sites.



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