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Newsletter Subtitle:  A TRIP TO NORTH CAROLINA! PART 1! 

Month Day Year  APRIL 22, 2011 






Approximately seventy pages of North Carolina resource materials, with lots of lists of index summaries and extractions are waiting for you to check them in this section that will be coming to you over the next several months.  We will be interspersing these North Carolina and Virginia books with other crates on other subjects  All of these books, but the two FYI [For Your Information] books, are for sale.


1. )  There are several main types of books printed to assist researchers in the pursuit of their ancestors' records in North Carolina.  First there are the general how-to, where-to guides that save you time, money and frustration if you have them handy to get a date or a county name, and their answers to your questions will certainly keep you researching instead of stewing about a little detail you could not think of when you needed to!   

Most of these fit easily in a briefcase or suitcase and sit beside you on your desk at home for quick reference.  We have several of these listed here plus some books that cover the entire state or regions within the state and we have county information galore!  My guesstimate is it will take ten crates to parade what is left of the old and what is now new on these crates for North Carolina alone.


NC - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 95  Book 01:   NORTH CAROLINA GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH. By Dr. George K. Schweitzer, Ph.D., Sc.D.  A 172-page book, 6" x 9" in size, laminated cardstock covers, wrappers, containing 1,233 sources for tracing your NC ancestors along with detailed instructions for their use.  Chapters include:

#1 - NC background information on history and geography and the development and settling of the area. 

#2 NC Lists of Types of Records, thirty, in all.  [Are you searching for all thirty of them? Have you used even ten of them?

[You will not have thoroughly researched any county until you have searched all extant documents in all thirty types of records for your surnames in the time period your ancestors were living there!  Big Job, isn't it?  Thank goodness, you have the books and, with the help of their authors and publishers, you will have much success!] 

#3 - NC Locations of the Records.  This chapter tells you where to find the records. Answers to "What repository has the particular documents you want to see, [in the original, if at all possible, and if it can now be found at all."] 


Handwriting was difficult to read in the olden days even when it was newly done.  Ink was, many times, handmade at home and varied greatly from batch to batch.  These documents may have been copied not once, but as the books wore out, they were often just recopied from the older books, instead of going back to the originals, thereby, giving yet another opportunity for the family information to be changed from the original. 

#4. [My Favorite Part!]  Research Procedures to use and detailed listings of the records each county has available and where to look for them. Information for each of NC's 100 Counties.]  [BEST BUY IN THE SHOP FOR $12.]


NC - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 95  Book 02:  GUIDE 02: - NORTH CAROLINA GENEALOGICAL RESOURCES,  By Charles M. Franklin, Published by YOGS, 23 pages, 8½" by 11", cardstock covers.  Designed as a take-along-guide.  For over fifteen years, Charles M. Franklin was the head of our Research Department, and handled many of our research requests.  A PurdueUniversity graduate, he had always been interested in tracing his family tree.  The binder he carried with him on his travels was five inches thick and loaded with family group sheets and other informative tips he picked up while traveling.  He also wrote 178 source books on Indiana and Kentucky abstracts of marriages, will abstracts, court records etc. and how-to books for us to publish. He also took book displays places we were not able to go because we were speaking someplace else that weekend.    This book is just what you need to carry with you when you are away from home researching your North Carolina Roots.  You would have to look in dozens of books to assemble this much detailed information, but now Charles has already done it for you.  This book begins with a county map of North Carolina on the title page.  Charles put these state resource guides together for us on six states in which he had done much research.  We thought they would be helpful to others, also.  He starts with a basic short history of the formation of the state.  Then he added short comments on basic religious denominations settling there.  Next he added information on the keeping of vital records, census records, tax lists, probate records, land and property records, naturalization records, military records, and divorce records.  Many answers to questions that "pop up" while doing research are found right here in this book.  This is the kind of information you need to know to do a thorough research project, but are not sure where to look since you are not at home.  The single-spaced list of Archives and Libraries with complete addresses gives you 61 places to write, call or visit to collect the information you want while you are there. 

Addresses may be dated, because Charles did these before he passed away on January 1, 2002, so just Google the organization's name and you should find their Website with the up-to-date contact information on it. 

His list of Genealogical and Historical Societies gives you another 113 places to look.  His section on periodicals lists 94 periodicals many of which are held in the collections of numerous libraries, but if you didn't know it had been published, you wouldn't know to ask for it, now would you?


Next is even more information you also will need to know.  County formation data is what you need to know to look up marriages that happened in your area of research before the present county was formed.  Where did your ancestors go to get married five years, ten years or twenty years before this county was first created?  Here is your answer!  For each county you get the name, date created, parent county's name, the county seat, [usually the home of the county courthouse, although many have moved some of their offices into other buildings.], the address of the courthouse with zip code and telephone number!They don't move the courthouse often, but the mailman can find it even with the old address.  This courthouse information takes eight pages, but you have all 100 of NC's counties here.  23 pages of the most essential information you need to know will be at your fingertips for this bargain price!  Lies flat in your briefcase, suitcase, or folder.  PRICE: $6.


NC - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 95  Book 03:   NC - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 95  Book 03:  ARCH/MANUS/REPS 01:   ARCHIVAL AND NANUSCRIPT REPOSITORIES IN NORTH CAROLINA:  A DIRECTORY.  Second Edition.   By the Society of North Carolina Archivists. 1993.   149 pages, 8½" by 11", cardstock wrappers. This book contains the History of the Society of North Carolina Archivists.  The Organization of the directory entries is given, followed by the entries.  There is an institution index and a county index.  A very nice county map is found on page 140.  Genealogists have a real love affair with buildings that house our favorite places to go.  If we are not in a courthouse, we want to be in a library.  But there are other good places to go which may hold important genealogical information:  Archives, Museums, Genealogical Societies, Historical Societies. Colleges, Special Rooms devoted to genealogical pursuits in Colleges and Universities.  For each of these you have the contact person, which may be dated, [when you call get the new person's name, telephone numbers, hours they are open, and ask if prior arrangements are necessary and need to be made before you can research in their collection.]  In the description of the holdings, you have lineal feet, inclusive dates, subjects and formats. You are told about restrictions, if any, whether this depository accepts materials.  The services available information has probably changed, but at least you know what questions to ask.  Can you do your personal, private research there?  Do they allow your use of their copier or do they do it?  Is there a charge?  What equipment can you bring in?  Computer?  Electric or battery only?  Cameras allowed?  Recorders?  Do they have a card catalog for you to use?  Is it available online?  [Note:  Ask about whether online searching is available?  Are any materials on line?  Can you access you're your home?  Website?  E-mail?]  Do they report documents located in their collection to be listed in NUCMC?  OCLC?  Staff always changes with the season and the budget!  So ask about it.  There are 139 institutions in North Carolina that filled out the survey this book holds and sent it back to become a part of this book.  The subject index is helpful because you can look up what you intend to search and see which repositories have that type of materials.  Well worth its modest cost.  If you don't know some depository has it, how will you know to go there to look at it? PRICE:  $20


NC FYI:  ABSTRACTS OF STATE WILLS OF NORTH CAROLINA.  By J. Bryan Grimes. Talking about books still available, here is one of the best that is NOT now available here.  It is added here because if you are researching in early North Carolina, you NEED to check it out for your surnames!  Most libraries with a genealogical collection that covers this state will have it on their shelves.  In 1906 the late Secretary of State J. Bryan Grimes published a very valuable book containing abstracts of the "State Wills", that is to say the wills during the period between 1663 and 1760, when it was required that all wills should be filed in the Office of the Secretary of the Province of North Carolina.  After 1760, it was permitted to keep the wills in the counties.  This book should be consulted for deaths occurring prior to 1760 for which wills or probates may have been filed.  Unfortunately, I do not have a copy of this book for sale, nor do I have any copies of the next book which is a follow-up book covering the period of time after 1760 to 1800.  I just wanted you to be aware of this previous book.


 NC - FYI:  AN ABSTRACT OF NORTH CAROLINA WILLS FROM ABOUT 1760 TO 1800.  Now to another very important book:  Supplementing Grimes' Abstract of North Carolina Wills 1663 to 1760.  Prepared from the originals and other data by Fred A. Olds.  GPC, reprint, Baltimore, 1968.  330 pages, Hardbound. Originally published, Oxford, 1925.  In the book that was used as a master copy for the reprinting, occasional marks may have been made by previous owners. This book was the answer to a request for a book of will abstracts from 1760 to 1800.  This forty-year period covers the last 15 years of the Provincial Period, the seven years of the Revolutionary War (1775-1783), and the first seventeen years of the period following the War when a new nation was

groping its way toward becoming a functioning, record-keeping country.  A good many wills prior to the 1760 date were also found in the respective counties, not having ever been sent to the Secretary of the Province when they should have been to have been included in Grimes' book above.  They are included here. 

The losses to the many original wills have been great.  Frequent changes in the seat of government with the formation of new counties contributed to those losses, but fires did the most damage.  Of the present 100 counties, only 32 even existed in 1775 when British Rule and the Provincial or Colonial system ended with the flight of the British Governor, Josiah Martin.  Between 1775 and 1800 there were 28 counties formed, three of these in the closing days of 1799, namely Ashe, Greene and Washington.  Thus the total number when 1800 began was 60, and here is a list:  Anson (formed in) 1749.  Ashe 1799.  Beaufort 1705.  Bertie 1722.  Bladen 1735.  Brunswick 1764.  Buncombe 1792.  Burke 1777.  Cabarrus 1792.  Camden 1777. Carteret 1722, Caswell 1777.  Chatham 1771.  Chowan 1672.  Craven 1712.  Cumberland 1754.  Currituck 1672.  Duplin 1749.  Edgecombe 1741.  Franklin 1778.  Gates 1778.  Granville 1746.  Greene 1799, Guilford 1771.  Halifax 1758.  Hertford 1759.  Hyde 1705.  Iredell 1788.  Johnston 1746.  Jones 1778.  Lenoir 1791.  Lincoln 1779.  Martin 1774.  Mecklenburg 1752.  Montgomery 1779.  Moore 1784.  Nash 1777.  New Hanover 1729.  Northampton 1741.  Onslow 1734. Orange 1752.  Pasquotank 1672. Perquimans 1672.  Person 1791.  Pitt 1760.  Randolph 1779.  Richmond 1779.  Robeson 1787. Rockingham 1785.  Rowan 1753.  Rutherford 1779.  Sampson 1784.  Stokes 1789.  Surry 1771.  Tyrell 1729.  Wake 1771. Warren 1779.  Washington 1799.  Wayne 1779.  and Wilkes 1777.  Forty counties remained to be formed after 1800.  Keep this information in your NC folder!


As reported in this book, the courthouses of the following counties have been burned(dates are of the time they burned, some more than once!):  Anson 1868; Bladen 1800 and 1893; Buncombe 1630 and 1835; Cabarrus 1874; Currituck 1842; Greene 1874; Guilford 1872; Hertford 1832 and 1862; Iredell 1854; Jones 1862; Lenoir 1878; Martin 1884; Montgomery 1835; Moore 1889; New Hanover 1798, 1819 and 1840; Orange 1789; Pasquotank

1862; Pitt 1857; Rockingham 1906; Rutherford 1857; Sampson 1921; Washington 1862, 1869 and 1873. A total of 29 fires.  You may well need to know this, also.  It could save you a long trip!


In this book, the wills are abstracted and then placed in county-by-county order, alphabetically by the testator's surname.  There is no every-name index in the edition I used to write this review.  I do not have a copy of this book for sale at this time.  But I wanted you to know about this compilation so you could check it for your surnames.


 2.)ANOTHER TYPE OF RECORD AVAILABLE WOULD BE THE CENSUS RECORDS:  The census for North Carolina includes the 1790, 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830, 1840 and 1850 through 1930-however, only the census of veterans of the Union Armed Forces and Their Widows (and many Confederate Veterans, also) remains of the 1890 census.


[NOTE:  See Book Review far below for Free African Americans of North Carolina and Virginia Including the Family Histories of More Than 80% of Those Counted in the 1790 and succeeding years as "All Other Free People." By Paul Heinegg.]


[A beautiful map in black print on white paper of the 1790 time period is available from YOGS in two sizes.  1.) a somewhat larger size for $4 sent rolled in a tube which is suitable for framing and a smaller size, 11" by 17" for $2 for carrying in your NC State folder!]  Call Pat at 1-800-419-0200 to order the maps!]  PRICE FOR MAPS:  Large $4:  folded 11 by 17" $2


NC - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 95  Book 04:   NC - YOGS-1790 BOOK 1:  NORTH CAROLINA HEADS OF FAMILIES AT THE FIRST CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES TAKEN IN THE YEAR 1790.  Dept. of Commerce and Labor, 1908.  Bureau of the Census, Govt. Printing Office. 1908 edition. Reprinted in 1974. Includes nice folding map of North Carolina in 1796.  Hardbound Edition.  The Reprint Company, 1974, 292 pages of help in finding your 1790 ancestor living in North Carolina!  This is a beautiful hardbound reprint of this very popular first country-wide census count.  All rules governing the count are included here in this book.  Only heads of household are listed by name.

There are five other columns. The totals for the state of North Carolina are included inside the brackets.


(1) The headings of the first column state:  "Free white males of 16 years of age and upward including heads of families.  [69,988.]


(2)  The second column is titled, "Free white males under 16 years of age."  [77,506.]


(3)  Free white females including heads of household."  [140,710.]


(4)  The fourth column is headed, "All other free persons." [4,975.]


(5)  The last column is for slaves. [393,751.]


The summaries of data concluded there were the above numbers of people which fell into each category. 

There is also a county-by-county breakdown of the numbers.  Assistant Marshals for the state are listed by district.  From Heads of Households -  Armistead, Anthony to Zygar, Absa here they are.  [NOTE: Library stamp on top, side and bottom of closed pages and shelf listing on white label on bottom spine.  Ex-lib.  PRICE:  $40


NC - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 95  Book 05: 1790 NORTH CAROLINA CENSUS, same as above, 292 pages, hardbound, one owner, nice condition, no markings, with map.  $45


NC - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 95  Book 06: 1790  NORTH CAROLINA CENSUS, same as above, 292 pages, softbound, no map, NEW BOOK, $35      


NC - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 95  Book 07 & 8:   FREE AFR AM 01:  FREE AFRICAN AMERICANS OF NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA, ANDSOUTH CAROLINA FROM THE COLONIAL PERIOD TO ABOUT 1820.  FOURTH EDITION, TWO VOLUMES  1,042 pages, Including the Family Histories of More Than 80% of Those Counted as "All Other Free People."  [4,975 counted in North Carolina alone in 1790, and many of them are in this set of two books.  By Paul Heinegg.  Clearfield Company, ©2001 by the author.  These books are incredible!  The detail collected by this man fills these pages with information on Free Blacks and Mulattoes which genealogists are starving for because it is so very difficult to locate. This set of books has won an award for Genealogical Publishing from the North Carolina Genealogical Society!  This set has also won the prestigious Donald Lines Jacobus Award presented by The American Society of Genealogists.  The first Edition was published in 1992, the second edition was published in 1994, the third edition was published in 1997, followed by this fourth edition in 2001.  The first article is titled "Ivey Family" and the record begins in 1689, when George Ivey of NorfolkCounty died leaving to his son, by the same name, 100 acres of land. Twenty-three members of that family are mentioned in, and relationships are given for, many people in that space. [actual reference is cited in this book].  This detailed account of this family runs 2 ½ pages.  Other families are listed in even greater detail.  "Often the product of relationships between slaves and free people of various admixtures of African, Native American and European descent, the free blacks familial origins and subsequent domestic connections determined their legal status and shaped, in large measure, their social standing." 

The earlier editions covered free persons of Maryland and Delaware, followed by Virginia and North Carolina.  This expansion of the previous books now also includes South Carolina.  Taken together, the author provides the fullest discussion of the familial origins of free people of color in the Anglophone [definition from Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary of Anglophone is consisting of or belonging to: an English-speaking population.] in the colonial South.  The line between freedom and slavery was

extraordinarily permeable.  Various peoples of European, African and Native American descent--both free and unfree--crossed the line between freedom and slavery openly.  They worked together, played together and even married openly in a manner that would later be condemned by custom and prohibited by law.  Family histories in this set are for the families of these surnames to which the research applies.  The number is of the first names within that surname.   Surnames of the families include:  Abel 20 , Africa 4, Ailstock 15, Alford 7, Allen 26, Allways 2, Alman 4, Alvis 6, Anderson 88, Archer 40, Armfield 8, Armisted 3, Armstrong 17, Arnold 7, Artis 62, Ashby 10 , Ash/e 72, Ashworth 6, Bailey 8, Baker 10, Baltrip 6, Bannister 20, Banks 50, Barber 12, Bartlet/t 13, Bartly 1 , Bass 137, Bates 7, Battles 6, Bazden 6, Bazmore 11, Beckett 34, Bee 6, Bell 25, Bennett 6, Berry 23, Beverly 15, Bibb(e/i)ns  4, Bibby 13, Bidd(ey/ie) 6, Bing 4, Bizzell 4, Black 1 ,Bow 16, Bow(d)en 7, Bower/s 9, Bowles 3, Bowman 8, Bow(s/z)er 23, Boyd 11, Branch 8, Brandon 15, Braveboy 15, Britt 9, Brook(e)/s 17, Brown 40, Bryan/t 18, Bugg 6, Bullard 2, Bunch/e 49, Bunda/y 17 , Burk/e 11, Burkett 1, Burnett 26, Bur(r/w)ell 13, Busby, Buss 1, Butler/s 20, Byrd 42, Cane 2, Can(n)ady 35 , Carter 61 , (Cary 10,) Case 12, Cassi(d/t)y 10, Caton 1, Causey 9, Chambers 3, Chandler 13, Chapman 19, Charity 42, Chaver/s 27, Chav(es/is) 118, Chivis 6, Chav(os/ous) 6 Chavus 12,  Church 9, Churchwell  6, Churton 2, Clark/e 31, Cobb 4, Cockran/e 8, Cole 24, Coleman 14 , Collins 34, Combes/st, 11, Combs 18, Conner/s 23, Cook/s 25 , Cooley 4, Cooper 22, Copeland 13, Copes 8, Corn/e 15, Cornet 5,  Cornish 5, Cousins 23, Cox 15, Craig 8, Cuff 9, Cuffee 19, Cumbo 37, Cunningham 9, Curle 5, Curtis 16, Cuttillo 8, Cypress 9, Dale/s 6, Davenport 12, Davis 26, Day 40, Dean/s 12 , Deas 6, Debrix 16, Demery 25, Demps(e)y 36, Dennis 6, Dolby 3, Donathan 5, Douglas/s 7, Dove 22, Drake 4, Drew 9, Driggers 41, Drig(g)us 10, Drighouse 16. Dring 7, Driver 8, Drummond, Drury 5, Duncan 15, Dungee/ey 13, Dungill 5, Dunlop 14, Dunst(an/on 20, Durham7, Eady 12, Edwards 8, Edwell 9, Elliott 32, Ellis 13, Epp(e)s 28, Ev(a/e/i)ns 69, Fagan 4, Farrar 13, Ferrell 7, Findley 10, Finn(ey/ie/y) 7, Fletcher 9, Flood 21, Flora 3, Flowers 5, Fortune 11, Franc(es/is) 29, Franklin 12, Frazier 5, Freeman 20, Frost 7, Fry 8, Fuller 16, Gallimore 5, Garden 3, Gard(e)ner 12, Garner 8, Garnes 23, George 42, Gibbs 1, Gibson 46, Gillet/t 7, God(d)et/t 22, Goff 10, Goin/Goen/ Goines/Going/s 56, Gordon 13, Gow(a/e)n/s 56, Gowing 5, Grace 6, Graham 6, Grant 5, Grant(h)(a/u)m 5, Graves 15, Gr(a/e)y 11, Grayson 6, Green/e 8, Gregory 11, Grice 8, Griffin 13, Grimes 12, Groom 7, Groves 2, Guy 13, Gw(i/y)nn 14, Hag(a/i)ns 9, Ha(i)ley 8, Haithcock 34, Hall 31, Hamilton 4, Hammon/d/s 72, Harden 6, Harm(a/o)n 41, Harris 58, Harrison 23, Hartless 13, Hatcher 4, Hathcock 13, Hawkins 20, Hawl(e)y 24, Hawes 4, Haynes 2, Hay(e)s 14, Heath/cock 14, Hedge(b/p)eth 5, Hewlett 2, Hewson 5, Hicks 17, Hill 22, Hilliard 6, Hitchens 6, Hiter 5, Hobson 17, Hodges 9, Hog/g 11, Holman 8, Ho(l)mes 11, Holt 4, Hood 4, Hoome(/z)s 5, Horn/e 6, Howell 31, Hubbard 12, Hudson 8, Huelin 6, Hunt 33, Ivey 23, Jackson 30, Jacob/s 27, James 67, Jasper 13, Jeffers 10, Jeffrey/s 9, Jeffries 30, Jenkins 16, John/s 19, Johnson 40, Johnston 20, Jones 96, Jordan 18, Keemer 6, Kelly 14, Kendall 6, Kent 6, Kersey 25, Key/s 13, King 11, Knight 11, Lamb 16, Landum 2, Lang 3, Lan(k/s)ford 5, Lantern 10, Lawrence 31, Laws 7, Lawson 7, Lephew 13, Lester 11, Lett 10, Leviner 7, Lewis 49, Ligon 20, Liverpool 7, Locklear 31, Locus/t 42, Logan, Lomack 8, Long/o 9, Low(e)ry 14, Lucas 34, Lynch 13, Lytle 9, McCoy 9 , McDaniel 8, McIntosh 4,McKey 8, Maclin 21, Madden 7, Magee 6, Manly 24, Mann 11, Manning 6, Manu(a/e)l/l 20, Martin 33, Mason 18, Mat(t)hews 28, Mayo 6, Mays 4, Mead/e/s 4, Mealy 5, Meekins 12, Miller 14, Mills 20, Milton 17, Mitchel/l 61, Mitchum 8, Mongom/n/g 9, Moore 63, Mordick 12, Morgan 39, Morris 43, Moss 26, Mozingo 7, Muckelroy 7, Mumford 5, Murray 10, Neal/e 10, Newby 8, News(a/o/u)m 34, Newton 12, Nichol/l/d/s 9, Nicken 25, Nickens 41, Norman 16, Norwood 14, Oakey/Okey 23, Overton 25 , Oxend(a/i)ne 25, Page 10, Palmer 9, Parker 7, Parsons 13, Patrick 7, Patterson 12, Pain/e 6, Payne 14, Peacock 3, Peavy 6, Pendarvis 8, Pendergrass 7, Perkins 42, Peters 37, Pettiford 63, Phil(l)ips 8, Pickett 12, Pierce 11, Pinn 27, Pompey 19,  Portiss 4, Powell 23, Powers 5, Poythress 10, Press 5, Price 25, Pri(t)chard 21, Proctor 5, Pryor 8, Pugh 14, Pursley 2, Ralls 4, , Randall 1, Range 1, Rann 6, Raper 3, Rawlinson 8, Read 14, Redcross 12, Redman 10, Reed/Reid 37 , Reeves 7, Revel(l)/s 40,   Reynolds 7, Rich 19, Richardson 41, Ridley 2, Robbins 14, Roberts 75, Robin/s 28, Robinson 32, Rollins 4, Ross 6, Rou(c/e/se) 9, Rowe 7, Ruff/s 8, Ruffin 5, Runnels 7, Russell 14, Sample 26 , Sampson 10, Sanderlin 23, Saunders 2, Savoy 3, Scipper 6, Scott 101, Shepherd  9, Shoecraaft 15, Shoemaker 5, Silver 6, Simmons 10, Simon 2, Simms 2, Simpson 12, Singleton 6, Sisco 7, Skipper 7, Smith 54 , Snelling 12, Sorrell 15, Sparrow 25, Spel(l)man 18, Spiller 2, Spriddle 7, Spruce 5, Stephens 29, Stevens 12, Stewar(d/t)/Stuart 100, Stringer 16, Swan/n 2, Sweat/t 29, Sweet(in/g) 6, Sylvester 8,  Symons 12, Tabor/n 45 , Tan/n 49,  Tate 24, Taylor 22, Teague 8, Teamer 11, Teet 11, Terry 7, Thaxton 7, Thomas 33,  Thompson 51, Ton(e)y 23, Tootle 10, Toulson 11, Toyer 8, Turner 42, Tyl(er/or) 20, Tyner 9, Tyre/e 11, Underwood 14, Valentine 47,  Vaughan 13, Vena/Venie, Walden 89, Walker 11, Wallace 9, Warburton 2, War(r/w)ick 9, Waters 1, Watkins 30, Weaver  45, Webb 37,  Webster 5, Weeks 21, Wells 7, West 13, Wharton 3, Whistler 7, White 20, Whitehurst 9, Wigg(e/i/o)ns 25, Wilkins, 19, Wilki(n)son 5, Williams 38, Wilson 49, Winb(e/o)rn, Winn 4, Wise 6, Womble 11, Wood 20 and Young 22.  Two volumes sold as a set. NEW BOOKS.  PRICE: $75


NC - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 95  Book 09 &10:  Exact same book as above, ex lib, outside covers have been protected from wear with clear laminate/taped covers.   Used, with some library markings.  Two volumes sold as a set. PRICE: $40


Thank you for reading our newsletter today! Pat from YOGS

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