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Newsletter Subtitle: NORTH CAROLINA PART 2: ALAMANCE TO JOHNSTON COUNTIES
Month Day Year; April 26, 2011
Hope you had a Happy Easter!
We celebrated our great-granddaughter's fourth birthday yesterday. Her Grandmother said, "She was growing so fast that by the time they got her new spring clothes home, they had to take half of them back because she outgrew them in the car on her way home!
She is a lovely young lady and a tomboy ,if I ever saw one! She and some of her cousins and friends were exercising on the trampoline when I got there, and was that a sight to see. She used up enough energy to have needed a nap. She used up so much energy, I felt like I was the one that needed a nap!
But she was just getting started! When opening her presents, she would hold up each outfit against herself and twirl around so everyone could see her new clothes. She's been watching those models on TV, I could tel!
I never imagined that there were that many things those little princess dolls needed to have to keep them busy. It looked like a small kingdom when all her packages were opened. It was so crowded in there, some of the men had to leave.
Her cake was so cute. He was a bunny sitting up on his bottom and he had tuffs of icing that looked almost real! I have eaten rabbit before, but I never tasted one made of chocolate cake that was 8 inches tall. He was delicious! I always enjoy the ice cream that goes with the birthday cake as much as I do the cake. She ate a piece of her cake and took a break later that evening to eat one of his little cupcakes that were decorated like eggs. Cute!
I took her a book, of course, and she promised to bring it over to my house, so we can play with her toys I keep here, and I can read it to her. BY THE WAY, if you want to raise a smart kid, read to them every day. Nothing sparks a child's curiosity about the world more than someone who reads to them. Happy Birthday, Donna!
If you would like to have your order insured, be sure to tell us this. Once we leave the package at the Post Office it has no insurance value to them unless you purchase the insurance FROM THEM [We will do this for you as a courtesy, no extra charge except for the amount they require which we will add to your bill.] Minimum charge is at $1.75 for the first hundred dollars of value. If the true value is higher tan $100, so is the insurance. But it is reasonable compared to losing the package and your money, too! If you have insurance and your package is lost you will receive a check from the Post Office for the true value of your package.
Since we will have registered your package when we delivered it to the Post Office for delivery to you, we are not obligated to replace your package nor are we obligated to refund your money. It seems to be ridiculous to have to buy insurance, but the Post Office makes the rules.
We collect State sales tax for Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota and Ohio.
Now to the North Carolina books for today! Hope we have something that will help you stretch your lineage a few more generations into the past.
YOGS CRAZY CRATE 96 - April 26, 2011
NORTH CAROLINA RESOURCES LIST - PART 2.
COUNTIES ALAMANCE TO JOHNSON
REGIONAL RECORDS FOR EARLY NORTH CAROLINA:
NC - YOGS- CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 01: HATHAWAY'S INDEX. INDEX TO THE NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL REGISTER - CALLED HATHAWAY'S REGISTER. VOLUME II. By David O. Hamrick, Bradenton, Florida. 232 pages, softbound cardstock wrappers, ©1983. There are four books which make up the Volume II which is indexed in this book, nearly 43,000 surnames are in those four books, and this book tells you which book they are in and which page, so you can write to the library and have somebody copy those pages for you.
I am NOT going to even try to abstract any names from this! There are three pages in the table of contents for the work that was covered with these abstracts in the original four volumes. The original volumes contained abstracts from Chowan Co. Wills, Marriage Bonds of Chowan, Ownership of Roanoke Island in 1669, St. Paul's Church, Edenton, Letter from Thomas Garrett, Physician's Acct., The Bonner Family, Edenton Tea Party, Soldiers of the N. C. Line, Lee's Mills, Washington Co., Queries and Answers, The Price of Negroes in Boston in 1713, many various petitions and indictments, Petition from Protestant Dissenters, Bertie Court House, Oaths of Allegiance in 1777, Witchcraft affidavits, relating to Loyalists and Tories, Quit Rent Act, Marriage Bonds in Chowan, Division of Estates, Abstract of Marriage Bonds, Bertie Co., Abstracts of Bertie Co. Wills, Abstracts of Bertie Co., Marriage Bonds, The Bonner Family, An Act Concerning Marriages, Relating to the Revolutionary War, Savage-Barker Data, Descendants of Jesse Bryan, Loyalists & Tories, and Miscellaneous items which could include any thing that was historical or genealogical or just interested the author! Above list is less than half of what is given in this book. 56 index lines per column, two columns per page, 292 pages, Just an index? Much more! WOW, what a job that was! Computer-generated print-out. PRICE: $15
2.) ANOTHER RECORD TYPE CONCERNS CENSUS INFORMATION. These are nice print-outs on white paper of the actual microfilmed copy of the 1850 census. They will assist you in a full-surname search of the county, because you can study every entry for surnames, check for misspellings, and for the many surnames that married into the family that are still living in that county in 1850. These are the highly-regarded PRINTED 1850 Census Records of various North Carolina Counties. Since they are all similar in appearance, I will list them under the county name, with page numbers and prices. Further information about them includes: all have laminated covers with a plastic circular binding which is really breaking down with time and with the county name in Magic Marker printed on the spine. Page numbers will differ widely depending on the size of the print out, so see the individual count behind the name of the county. All are indexed using the page numbers printed in the upper right hand corner of each actual CENSUS PAGE, therefore this index may not agree with other indexes using the handwritten numbers. Although they have many of the 1800-1840 censuses done in this fashion also; these books listed below feature only the 1850 census.
It is important that you have all this information from the 1850 census for each of your ancestors who were alive then. Don't forget to write down all the information written at the top of each page to help you find the entry again if you need that information verified. All the information through Column 13 on the census is shown in the book and is listed on the photocopy exactly as the census-taker wrote it. This is the real thing! NO READER required! It does take four pages to show one entire census page, however, so don't miss the neighbors! Or the cousins!!
If you cannot find your ancestor on the census on the internet, and you think he had to be there, this is the alternative to going to a library and reading all the reels of microfilm that particular census may have taken to complete. Every page is printed out for you and a surname index is included at the back of the book. You can check as many surnames as you have in your ancestor list. You can read the entire page to see who the neighbors are. It is easily read because each page of the census appears on four pages in print that is almost as easy to read as if it were printed on regular lined notebook paper.
All of these were done under the direction of Dr. John Schunk, Editor, and published by S-K Publications of Wichita, Kansas. Each of the books is printed in landscape orientation (sideways or lengthwise) on the paper to give the 11" width to the line and hold all this personal data on each person. Two complete sheets of paper, front and back, complete each actual census page, so you can easily read each entry. NO MICROFILM MACHINE NEEDED! NO COMPUTER NEEDED EITHER! Complete census entries are right here in regular cursive writing subject only to the vagaries of pen and paper and the writing ability of the actual census taker.
The 1850 census is the one most widely done with hundreds of counties already finished. These books cover the counties of Alamance, Ashe, Buncombe, Burke, Catawba, Chatham, Cherokee, Cleveland, Haywood, Johnston, [then on Friday - Macon, Mecklenburg, Northampton, Orange, Randolph and Richmond]
This was the first one to list all the members of the household by first name and surname [or by ditto marks (") or the small letters do] if that surname was the same as the surname of the person preceding them on the list.
On this census you will find for the head of household a dwelling house number [in the order of visitation] and a family number [in the order of visitation]. These may not be the same number. Then for the head of household, you will find his occupation and a number indicating the value of the real estate he owned. [This is a strong hint to check deed records, mortgage papers, and tax records at the courthouse, too.]
You will find next every name, the age, sex and color, [using W for white, this letter is often only on the first line of the page or to be understood if left blank to be white, or maybe, just missing completely], B is for black and M is for mulatto] and place of birth [State, Territory or Country] are given.
Four other columns would receive marks if 1.) Married within the year, 2.) Attended school within the year, 3.) Persons over 20 years of age who cannot read or write and 4.) Whether deaf and dumb, blind, insane, idiotic, pauper, or a convict.
Having the book right there, at your fingertips, for the whole county helps you to recognize surnames that lived close to your family and were, perhaps, close friends. (or maybe not!) Sometimes those same surnames appear again in the next places the family moved. They could be extended family or neighbors that had lived close to the family in their previous homes, too. Often, but not always, they could be members of the same church or religion giving another tie to be discovered which could lead to more knowledge of your ancestor's life and more records for you to find! The children, almost certainly, went together to the same school. These are used books, were privately owned and if I notice any special flaws, other than the binding which is flawed, I will mention them. These census books are priced individually as seen below under the proper county heading with other books of other records for that same county: Happy Hunting! The next group of books listed here are the North Carolina Marriage Records which are now being published by New Papyrus, the current firm owned by the former owner of Iberian Publishing Company formerly of Athens, Georgia. The original publication of these was in the hands of Frances T. Ingmire. The marriage record always starts with a county name, you would write directly to that county for information on bonds, possible parent consents for very young brides and/or grooms, the license and the marriage record and the return for each of these marriages prior to 1851. In the foreword, the publisher explains these books contain a listing of the marriage bonds only before 1851.
After 1851 marriage certificates were used. The Marriage Certificates are on file at the North CarolinaState Archives. You would write them for records after 1851.
The format of the first half of the book consists of the surname of the groom, his first name, the bride's surname, her first name (middle initials added for both groom and bride where found.) and the month, date and year of the record. The last half of the book lists the bride's surname, her first name, the surname of the groom, his first name, (middle initials added for both groom and bride where found.) and the month, date and year of the record. Please remember to check all grooms and brides lists for your surname.
It is strongly suggested that ALL the records be examined if you are looking for friends, or other family members. It is as easy as turning the page!
For further information than is given herein: Bonds often will give the names of others such as family members of the groom or bride, and the person performing the ceremony.
All records are given as in the official record, and no attempt at correcting the original record has been made. Be aware of variant spellings as not all family members spelled their names exactly the same. All are softbound.
RECORD TYPE #3.) Abstracts of a county's records other than marriage records. For example, The Orange County, NC Deed books are abstracted by Laura Willis, published by Simmons Historical Publications, Melbur, KY, page numbers are on the individual books listed below. All are softbound, published in 1998 to 1999.
COUNTY RECORDS OF NORTH CAROLINA
ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED BY COUNTY
NORTH CAROLINA CENSUSES,
WILLS, MARRIAGES AND DEEDS.
COUNTIES FROM ALAMANCE TO JOHNSTON
NC - ALAMANCE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM ORANGE COUNTY, NC in 1849.
NC - YOGS- CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 02: ALAMANCE: 1850 U. S. CENSUS PRINT OUT FROM MICROFILM FOR ALAMANCE COUNTY, NC. By John F. Schunk, Editor, S-K Publications, ©1987. Census pages are numbered 1 through 101. Each census page actually takes four pages to print out but that is why they are so easy to read. 404 pages plus surname index. PRICE: $40 SALE HALF PRICE $20
NC - ASHE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM WILKES COUNTY, NC, in 1799.
NC - YOGS - CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 03: NC - YOGS-ASHE CO. 1850 U. S. CENSUS PRINT OUT FROM MICROFILM FOR ASHE COUNTY, NC. By John F. Schunk, Editor, S-K Publications, ©1987. Census pages 238 through 325-each census page takes four pages to print out but that is why they are so easy to read. 348 pages plus surname index. PRICE: $30SALE HALF PRICE $15
NC - BERTIE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM CHOWAN COUNTY, NC on AUGUST, 1722.
NC - YOGS - CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 04: BERTIE COUNTY, NC MARRIAGES OF BERTIE COUNTY, NC 1762-1868. Compiled by Raymond Parker Fouts. ©1982, GPC, 130 pages, hardbound. The marriage records found herein were abstracted from the North Carolina Archives' microfilm series, Bertie Marriage Bonds 1762-1868 and Bertie Marriage Register, 1851-1917. [NOTE: Marriage bonds represent and provide evidence only of INTENT TO MARRY and do not, by themselves, constitute proof of marriage. Bertie County Marriage Bonds are preserved in the Archives in Raleigh and cover the period from 1762 until 1851, when marriage licenses and certificates were required by law. So unless stated otherwise in this work, records dated prior to 1851 derive from marriage bonds. Licenses and Certificates, along with some bonds, are preserved from 1851 on and show the actual date of the marriage. They were recorded in marriage registers in Windsor, North Carolina. The previous owner of this book has written some of her family's marriages on the front inside cover sheet of this book. The corrections made in the book are from her personal knowledge. The index is an every-name index. Surnames with four first names or more than four are listed here [An * is added for each ten names listed: Acre, Acree, Allen, Armistead, Asbell, Ashburn, Askew**, Baker**, Barber, Barncastle, Barnes*, Bartlet/t, Basemore, Bate, Bates, Bayly, Bazemore**, Belote*, Bentley, Bird*, Bishop, Blount, Bond*, Bonner, Boon, Boswell*, Bowen*, Boyce, Bridger, Britt*, Brodgen, Brown**, Bryan*, Bryant, Bunch*, Burdan, Burden, Burket, Butler***, Butterton, Byram, Cale, Capehart**, Carter, Casper*, Castellaw, Castellow, Cherry**, Church, Clark, Clifton, Cobb**, Coffield, Cole, Collins *, Conner*, Cook*, Cooper *, Copeland, Cotten, Cotton, Cowand*, Cox, Cullifer, Cullipher*, Curry, Davidson, Davis *, Dawson, Dempsey*, Demsey, Downs, Duning, Dunning*, Earley, Early*, Eason, Edwards, Evans, Farmer*, Fleetwood, Floyd, Freeman*, Gardner*, Garrett*, Gaskins*, Gill, Gillam, Gray*, Green*, Gregorie, Griffin*, Hancock, Hardy**, Harman, Harmon.Harrell****, Harris, Harrison, Hawkins, Hays, Hayse, Heckstall, Henry, Higgs, Hill, Hobbs, Hodges, Hoggard**, Holder*, Holland, Holley*, Holloman, Howard, Howell, Hughes, Hughs*, Hunter, Hyman*, Jacocks, James*, Jenkins*, Jernigan**, Jinkins, Johnson, Johnston *, Jones*, Jordan*, Keen, Kester, King*, Kitrell*, Knott, Lassiter, Lawrence **, Lee*, Leg(g)ett*, Lewis, Lockhart, and Long. Half-an-index is in small print=one eyeache. NEW copy. PRICE: $19 Used copy. PRICE: $12.50
NC - BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM NEW HANOVER AND BLADEN COUNTIES, NC on 30 JANUARY 1764.
NC- YOGS CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 05: NC BRUNSWICK: BRUNSWICK CO, NC, MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1804-1867. 1984, 16 pages (2 copies), New Papyrus Publishing. PRICE: $9.50 each.
NC - BUNCOMBE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM BURKE AND RUTHERFORD COUNTIES NC in 1791.
YOGS- CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 06: NC - YOGS-BUNCOMBE 1850 U.S. PRINT OUT FROM MICROFILM FOR BUNCOMBE COUNTY, NC. By John F. Schunk, Editor, S-K Publications, ©1988. Census pages are numbered from 189 through 332. Each census page takes four 8 ½" by 11" pages to print out but that is why they are so easy to read. 572 pages plus surname index. PRICE: $40SALE HALF PRICE $20
NC - BURKECOUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM ROWAN COUNTY, NC in 1777.
NC - YOGS- CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 07: - BURKE 1850 U. S. CENSUS PRINT OUT FROM MICROFILM FOR BURKE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. By John F. Schunk, Editor, S-K Publications, ©1987. Census pages 333 through 402-each takes four pages to print out but that is why they are so easy to read. 276 pages plus surname index. PRICE: $30SALE HALF PRICE $15
NC - CATAWBA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM LINCOLN COUNTY, NC in 1842.
NC - YOGS- CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 08: CATAWBA 1850 U. S. CENSUS PRINT OUT FROM MICROFILM FOR CATAWBA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. By John F. Schunk, Editor, S-K Publications, ©1986. Census pages 264 through 350-each takes four pages to print out but that is why they are so easy to read. 344 pages plus surname index. PRICE: $30SALE HALF PRICE $15
NC - CHATHAM COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM ORANGE COUNTY, NC in 1770.
NC - YOGS- CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 09: YOGS- CHATHAM MARRIAGES OF CHATHAM COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA 1772-1868. Compiled by Brent Holcomb. GPC, 1987. 126 pages, hardbound. This volume contains abstracts of all extant marriage bonds issued in Chatham County, North Carolina, from 1772 thru 1868, when marriage bonds were discontinued. The abstracts were made from a microfilm copy of the bonds and are arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the groom, each entry further containing the name of the bride, the date of the bond, and the names of the bondsman, [NOTE: The bondsman were most often close friends or relatives of the bride or groom.] Brides and bondsman names are in the index. The original Marriage Register remains in the hands of the Register of Deeds, in the ChathamCounty Courthouse in Pittsboro, North Carolina. The marriages in the Register have been included in this listing. Those entries are the only real proof that a marriage took place.
Surnames with four or more first names listed are included here: We will start with the Ms here for this county: Malone, Mann **, Mansfield, Marks, Marley, Marsh*, Marshall, Martin*, Mason*, May, McCoy, McDaniel*, McIntyre, McIver*, McManus, McMasters, McMath*, McPherson*, Merritt, Miller, Mimms, Mims, Mitchell, Mitchell, Moody*, Moon*, Moore**, Morgan, Nall, Neal*, Nelson, Norwood, Oldham*, Olive, Overman, Palmer, Parish, Patterson, Pattishall*, Pendergrass, Peeples, Perry**, Petty *, Philips*, Phillips**, Picket, Pike, Pilk(en/in/ing)ton*, Poe**, Pope, Powers, Prince, Ragland*, Ramsey, Ray, Record, Richardson *, Riddle*, Riggsbee**, Rives**, Robertson, Rogers, Tollins, Rosser, Rosson, Sanders, Scott, Self, Shields, Siler*, Sloan, Smith *****, Snipes*, Spivy, Stallings, Staly, Stedman*, Stewart, Stinson, Stokes, Stone*, Stout, Straughan*, Straughn, Stroud, Stuart, Tally *, Taylor*, Teague*, Thomas**, Thomason, Thompson**, Thrailkill, Thrift, Tillman, Tilmen, Turner, Tysor, Upchurch*, Utley, Vestal*, Waddill, Walker, Ward, Watson*, Way, Webster*, Welch, Wells, White*, Whitehead*, Wicker*, Wilkie, Willet/t*, Williams ****, Williamson, Wilson*, Womack, Womble**, Wright* and Yarborough *.
NC - YOGS - CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 10: CHATHAM: 1850 U. S. CENSUS PRINT OUT FROM MICROFILM FOR CHATHAM COUNTY, NC By John F. Schunk, Editor, S-K Publications. Census pages 352 through 501-each takes four pages to print out but that is why they are so easy to read. 596 pages plus surname index. PRICE: $40 SALE HALF PRICE $20
NC - CHEROKEECOUNTY WAS CREATED FROM MACONCOUNTY in 1839.
NC - YOGS - CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 11: CHEROKEE: 1850 U. S. CENSUS PRINT OUT FROM MICROFILM FOR CHEROKEE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. By John F. Schunk, Editor, S-K Publications. Census pages 1 through 78-each takes four pages to print out but that is why they are so easy to read. 308 pages plus surname index. PRICE: $30
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CLEVELAND COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM RUTHERFORDANDLINCOLN COUNTIES, NC in 1841.
NC - YOGS - CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 12: CLEVELAND 01: CENSUS PRINT OUT FROM 1850 CENSUS YEAR MICROFILM FOR CLEVELAND COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. Edited by John F. Schunk, S-K Publications. Takes 420 paper sides to print this book out. Surname index is included in book. PRICE: $35 SALE HALF PRICE $17.50
GUILFORD COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM ROWAN ANDORANGE COUNTIES, NC on 5 DECEMBER 1770.
NC - YOGS- NC -CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 13: GUILFORD 01: GUILFORD CO, NC, MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1771-1868, VOLUME III, Surnames O-Z, New Papyrus Publishing, 60 pages, 1984. PRICE: $17.50
HAYWOOD COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM BUNCOMBE COUNTY, NC in 1808.
NC - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 14: HAYWOOD 1850 U. S. CENSUS PRINT OUT FROM MICROFILM FOR HAYWOOD COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. By John F. Schunk, Editor, S-K Publications. Census pages 133 through 212-each takes four pages to print out but that is why they are so easy to read. 316 pages plus surname index. PRICE: $30 SALE HALF PRICE $15
HERTFORD COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM BERTIE, CHOWAN ANDNORTHAMPTONCOUNTIES on 12 DECEMBER 1754.
NC - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 15: HERTFORD: THE COLONIAL AND STATE HISTORY OF HERTFORD COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. By Benjamin B. Winborne. With an added foreword, Index, Table of Contents and List of Illustrations. Genealogical Publishing Company. 1976. Originally published as The Colonial and State Political History of Hertford County, NC, in 1906. 356 pages, 6" by 9" size, hardbound The author spent a lifetime gathering information about HertfordCounty found in the Roanoke-Chowan section of North Carolina. Much of the information was used in his earlier works on his family. The Index does not attempt to list all the names in the book. They estimate that about 400 were omitted as they "left out" all the lists of names, but in your interest, they did alphabetize the lists, which held primarily the names of soldiers, justices of the peace, or similar groups. Surnames appearing on three or more than three pages or those listing three or more first names are listed here: Ahoskie, Anderson, Aumack, Baker, Banks, Barnes, Bell, Beverly, Boone, Borland, Brickle, Britt, Brown, Camp, Carter, Copeland, Cotton, Cowper, Daniel, Darden, Deanes, Deaths are listed from 1780 to 1900 in ten year increments, Dickerson, Duer, Dunstan, Eldridge, Felton, Frazier, Freeman, Garrett, Gatling, Griffith, Gordon, Hare, Harrell, Hill, Hutchings, Jernigan, Jeggitts, Jones, Jordan, Kimberly, Lassiter, Lawrence, Lewis, Little, Long, Majette, Maney, Marriages are mentioned in 1803, 1848, 1860, McDowell, Meredith, Mitchell, Montgomery, Moore, Murfree, Myrick, Neal, Newson, Northcott, Parker, Perry, Pipkin, Pretlow, Rayner, Rea, Riddick, Ridley, Roberts, Rogers, Rutland, Sears, Scott, Sessoms, Sharp, Shaw, Slaughter, Smith, Snipes, Southall, Spiers, Sumner, Tayloe, Thomas, Trader, Tyner, Vann, Vaughan, Warren, Wheeler, Williams, Willoughby, Winborne, Winton, Wise, Worthington, Worrell, Wynns and Yeates. There is more genealogy than history in this book as this gentleman was related to many of these fine old families of Hertford County and very lengthy genealogies are included in the above names because over half of them had the word family appended to their names in the index. Very nice clean copy. PRICE: $35.
JOHNSTON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM CRAVEN COUNTY, NC in 1746.
NC - JOHNSTON CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 16: 1850 U. S. CENSUS PRINT OUT FROM MICROFILM FOR JOHNSTON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. By John F. Schunk, Editor, S-K Publications. ©1990. Census pages 1 through 111-each takes four pages to print out but that is why they are so easy to read. (Some apparent discoloration on inside title page and along bottom edge of first ¼ inch of pages on the right side. Does not affect readability of any page.) 440 pages plus surname index. PRICE: $40 SALE HALF PRICE $20
NC - YOGS - NC -CRAZY CRATE 96 BOOK 17: JOHNSTON CO, NC, MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1767-1867, New Papyrus Publishing, 78 pages, 1984, (2 copies. ) PRICE: $18.50 each.
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