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North Carolina;  ONSLOW THROUGH ORANGE TO PERSON - LOTS OF INDEXES!

Month Day Year AUGUST 10, 2011


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YOGS CRAZY CRATE 111 - AUGUST 10, 2011 - From ONSLOW COUNTY, NC to PERSON COUNTY, NC is all we could pack into this crate! Sorry this issue is a day late, but those indexes were very time-consuming! I know how much they help you. Even if you don't buy the book because you never knew you needed it before, and you find it at your library, that's OK with me. Now if you have a reason to think your ancestors may be in it, you can check it out when you get there next time.  

 

Happy Hunting!! Remember, helping genealogists is what we do here!

We are coming close to the end of the North Carolina books with this and the next couple of Crazy Crates and then we can move to another topic for a while. I have a lot of books on this state of North Carolina, and they can be very helpful to your research, but only if you know something about what is actually in them.

 

Take the time to glance at these abstracts of indexes that are within these reviews. Every one of us has branches of the family we miss completely on our family tree because we have no idea who Great Aunt Myrtle Garrison married, or when or where. One of these great aunts could have had the family Bible, which she may have left to her great granddaughter when she died, but you don't know about that either because you were mainly tracing just your own line.

 

Tracing siblings is a very important part of genealogy. Aunt Myrtle may have been the only one that recorded the death dates in the family in the early 1850s when the cholera epidemic decimated many of the towns in this country, and the world. She may have noted in the family Bible the members of your family that died then, and even listed the children who died before they even made a census back then that could have had their names on it.

 

This research takes graveyard visits [Watch out for the blackberry bushes and wear boots to ward off the snakes. Some of these very old graveyards have gone back to the wilderness they were in before our ancestors came to this side of the Atlantic Ocean!]

 

Checking in newspaper morgues for obituaries can help with lists of brothers and sisters and cousins. Thank heavens, our ancestor's newspaper editors learned, mostly during the Civil War, that obituaries, the more detailed the better, and articles about engagements and weddings with photos of the bride and long lists of who came, sold multiple copies of those newspapers really well and fast! God truly blesses Scrapbook People, and their descendants are thrilled with what they have left behind for us to study!

 

Check funeral homes for records, too. A client and I visited a funeral home in Vermillion County, Indiana. The gracious lady, who owns the funeral home, drove back into the parking lot when she saw us pull into it, opened up the office, and made photocopies for us of over thirty-five family member's last official records. They covered a period from the first to the last of over 150 years of deaths for that family. They even kept copies of the obituaries in a folder by surname. We were able to pick up the death records the next day at the Office of Vital Records. That lady's computer ran a list of the birth records for the entire surname for us, too. We picked up brothers and sister's names and spouses and children's names. Enough to fill out dozens of family group sheets!

 

Also, if you don't know where the graveyard is, or who has the records for that graveyard, stop in at a funeral parlor/mortuary in that county and ask them. They need to have that information so when someone in the community dies, the funeral home will know who to call for helping the family arrange the cemetery grave opening and for the final rights.

 

Funeral homes have a "BIG BLUE BOOK" that has information about funeral parlors all over the country and who is responsible for the records thereof. They have to know this, so they can make contact when someone visiting from out-of-state dies in the community where the home is located, but maybe far away from their county at home, and the mortuary can, using that book, make the arrangements for delivering the body back to that person's hometown.

 

ONSLOW COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS MADE FROM NEWHANOVERCOUNTYIN 1734.

YOGS CRAZY CRATE 111 BOOK 01: NC - YOGS-ONSLOW 01:  ONSLOW CO, NC, MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1764-1867, New Papyrus Publishing, 1984, 67 pages, cardstock covers, wrappers.  This abstract of this record, which is in column format includes: First Column: groom's surname, first name and initials. Second column includes the same information for the brides and the Third column includes the date in month, day, year order-[Today is 08/10/11.]

We are listing any surname with two (,) or more (#) first names for the grooms, followed by a plus with the number of first names for the brides: Allen 2 grooms+0 brides, Alphin 8+4, Aman 12+9, Ambroes 0+2, Anbrose 0+10, Arnold, Askew 2+2, Aver(e/i)tt 1+5, Avery 2+0, Baker 2+1, Ball 6+8, Ballard 2+5, Banks 2+0, Barber 8+9, Barfield 2+0, Barns 3+0, Barrow 0+4, Barry 11+6, Ba(r)sden 3+1, Baseden 2+10, Batchel(l)or 3+2, Batson 2+1, Batt(e/i)n 0+2, Battle 1+3, Bea(s/z)ley 2+2, Bell 7+5, Bender 4+2, Berryman 0+3, Bishop 3+2, Blake 4+2, Bloodgood 0+2, Bo(w)man 2+2, Boyet/t 2+1, Bradham 2+0, Bradl(e)y 1+3, Breece 2+1, Brinkl(e)y 2+2, Brinson 5+11, Brock 5+2, Brown 17+10, Bryan 10+7, Bryant 3+1, Burnap 0+2, Burn(e)s 4+7, Burton 2+2, Canada 2+1, Canad(a)y 7+7, Capps 5+3, Carey 3+2, Carney 3+2, Cary 3+2, Charl(es)craft 2+1, Clark/e 2+0, Cloncs 2+0, Cole 1+2, Collin/s 3+4, Conway 6+6, Cook 1+2, Cooper 1+ 4, Coston 16+13, Cotman 2+0, Cottle 0+3, Cox 19+11, Craft 4+2, Curtis 0+2, Davis 14+14, Dawson 6+5, Deal 1+2, Dennis 1+7, Devall 1+2, Dixon 8+3, Doty+1, Dove 2+1, Dudl(e)y 3+5, Duff(e)y 2+1, Dulany 0+2, Dunn 0+2, Eadens 2+1, Eagerton 2+4, Eason 2+1, Edens 8+5, Edward/s 2+6, Ellis 12+8, Ennet/t 8+12, Erixson 2+0, Ervin 4+1, Eubank/s 9+13, Euell 0+2, Evans 4+6, Ever(e/i)tt 4+4, Faison 4+1, Farn(a/e)l 2+2, Farnel/l 5+5, Farr 5+2, Foyle/s, Fields 1+3, Fisher 2+5,Fontaine 1+3, Fonv(ei/ie)lle 2+2, Foster 2+6, Foutain 1+4, Foy 15+12, Foyles 3+0, Fran(ck/ks) 2+4, Frasure 2+0, Frazel 2+1, Fraz(i)er 2+1, Freeman 4+5, Freshwater/s 3+3, Fut(e)ral 3+2, Garrett 2+2, Gibson 6+6, Gilbert 2+2, Gillet/t 6+6, Godfr(e)y 2+2, Gornto 6+6, Grant 4+9, Gray 4+4, Greaves 1+2, Green 2+6, Gr(ea/ee)r 2+2, Griff(e/i)n 2+2 , Gurgan(a/o)us 3+1, Gurgan(i/u)s 11+0, Hadnot 2+0, Hall 5+10, Hammond/s 6+7, Hancock 9+6, Hansl(e)y 9+7, Hard(e/i)son 5+11, Harget/t 4+1, Harp(a/e)r 3+1, Harrell 2+3, Harris/s 2+4, Harris(s)on 3+1, Harv(e)y 2+2, Haskins 4+2, Haslip 3, Hatch 2+1, Hatchel/l 2+5, Hatsell 0+4, Hawkin(g)s 4+13, Heath 2+4, He(m/n)by 3+5, Henderson 26+25, Heritage 1+3, Hew(e/i)t/t 9+8, Hill 3+2, Hin(d/e)s 2+3, Hobbs 9+5, Holland 2+3, Hollis 1+2, Holt 1+2, Hopkins 1+4, Horn/e 7+8, Howard 18+12, Howse 1+2, Hubanks 0+2, Huffman 2+0, Hugg(e/i)ns 7+2, Humphr(e)y 14+23, Hurst 2+0, Hussey 1+2, Hutson 2+1, Jackson 2+0, James 4+7, Jarman 25+24, Jarrot/t 2+5, Jenkins 5+14, Jinkins 4+4, Johnson 2+0, Johnston 16+9, Jones 26+13, Justice 8+6, Kay 1+2, Kell(a/e)m 4+2, Kellum 8+7, Kened(a)y 3+1, Ketchum 5+2, Kinc(e)y2+2 , King 28+ 23, Koonce 6+4, Landen 5+4, Lane 2+6, Langley 0+2 Lanier 6+3, Lee 3+3, Lester 2+1, Lewis 2+1, Lipsey 3, Lingu(e/i)sh 0+2, Littleton 10+9, Lockamy 2, Lov((e/i)t/t 6, L(l)oyd 3+8.

[SORRY, I must stop the indexing of both the girls and the guys here or this is the only book I'm going to get done this week!]

I am much afraid I am going to wear out this book if I finish this, as there is so much flipping back and forth to check both guys and gals. It is not so bad if I have a person to read the list to me as I type, but being in solitary confinement here, it just takes too much time to do a really good job, and I don't want to do any other kind. Sorry, its guys only from here on. (,) means two, if it is more I give you the actual number.] Marshall 4, Marshell 3, Mashb(e/o)n 6, Mashborne 12, Mashburn 3, Mason 3, Mat(t)hews, Matticks , Mattocks, McDaniel 3, McGowns, Meadows 8, Melton 17, Melville, Middleton, Millis 3, Mills 7, Moore 7, Morgan, Morris 3, Morton 20, Mumfor(d/t) 4, Murrill 9, Newbo(u)ld 4, Nixon, Odham 5, Oliver 6, Orrell 3, Owens 3, Padget/t 8, Padrick 3, Parker 12, Pearce 3, Pearson, Perry 3, Petteway 3, Philips 6, Phillips 8, Philya(w/y), Pitman, Pittman, Pollock 8, Powers, Prescoat, Provo 3, Provow 3, Quinn, Ramsey 3, Read/d, Redd 3, Reece 3, Reed, Rees/e 3, Rhodes 10, Rice, Riggs 15, Roberts, Robinson 3, Rochell/e 3, Ro(d)gers, Roten, Row/e, Russel/l, Sadbury, Sanders 14, Sandl(e/i)n 8, Scot/t 13, Screws, Sewell, Shackleford, Shaw, Shepard 14, Shep(h)erd 5, Sidbury, Simmons 8, Simpson 5, Smith 19, Southerland, Sparkman, Spicer, Stanl(e)y, Stewart, Stiles 3, Strange, Swinson, Tal(l)man, Taylor 14, Thomas, Thompson 15, Trott 6, Turner 3, Venters 4, Waldron, Walker, Walton 7, Ward 16, Waters 4, Watson 6, Webb 6, Weeks 3, Wells 9, Whaley 3, Wharton 3, White 11, Whitehu(r)st 6, Whorten, Wilkings 3, Wilkins 3, Williams 34, Willi(c/se) 3, Wilson 6, Winberry,  

PRICE: When it was new $25. Price reduced to $20 because the cover is creased where I was flipping it back and forth. This does not affect the readability of the book in any way.          

      

ORANGECOUNTY WAS CREATED FROM BLADEN, GRANVILLE AND JOHNSTON COUNTIES ON 31 MARCH 1752.

YOGS CRAZY CRATE 111 BOOK 02: NC - YOGS-ORANGE 01:  1850 U. S. CENSUS PRINT OUT FROM MICROFILM FOR ORANGE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA.  By John F. Schunk, Editor, S-K Publications.  Census pages 155 through 296-each take four pages to print out but that is why they are so easy to read.   (Missing back cover.) 564 pages plus surname index. This is an abstraction of the census index furnished in this book. Every surname mentioned is listed with its page number for every page on which that surname appears. The surname may appear only on one line or in the case of large families on twenty or more lines. Each time that surname appears on that census on one line or twenty, it is listed only once in the index, so that doesn't mean because the page number is listed once, there are not entire families to be found on that page. Those surnames appearing on three (,) or more (#) page numbers are listed here: Adams, Allen 8, Allison 9, Alston, Anderson 13, Andrews 18, Ash(e)ley 14, Atwater 4, Bailey, Bain(e)s, Baldwin 9, Ball 5, Barbee 14, Barton 9, Batchelor 4, Berry 6, Bird 5, Bishop 10, Blackwood 10, Blake, Blalock 5, Borland 7, Bould(e/i)ng 4, Bowers 7, Bowling, Bowls 3, Brockwell 4, Brown 22, Browning 6, Burch 5, Burns 3, Burton 7, Cain10, Cameron 4, Campbell 6, Cannady, Cape 4, Carden 11, Carey, Carlton 6, Carr, Carrigan, Carrington 10, Carrol/l 11, Castleberry 5, Cates 39, Chambers, Chavous, Cheek 23, Chisenhall 7, Christian, Clark 5, Clarke 9, Clement, Clemmons 10, Cole 16, Collins 14, Cooley, Copley 10, Couch 15, Cox, Crabtree 32, Craig 7, Cros(s)ett, Crumpton, Crutchfield 7, Curry 4, Da(h/l)hite, Daniel 5, Day 13, Dickey, Dickson, Dollar 13, Dority, Dorset/t 5, Douglas 6, Duke 9, Durham 14, Edwards 6, Ellis 9, Evans 10, Farthing 4, Faucett 25, Ferrell, For(r)est 5, Forsythe 4, Fortner, Fowler 10, Franklin 4, Freeland 6, Fuller 4, Garrett 14, Garrott, Gates 8, Gattis 8, George 4, Gilbert 7, Gilliam 4, Glenn 6, Gooch, Graves, Gray 4, Green 5, Griffin 4, Grissom, Guess 7, Haley 5, Hall 17, Hancock 4, Hannah 11, Harris 12, Hart 4, Hastings 4, Hatch 4, Hayes 7, Henderson 4, Hendricks, Herndon 7, Hester 4, Hicks 9, Hill 9, Hogan 5, Holder, Holeman, Holloway 9, Holmes, Hopkins 12, Horn 7, Horner 15, Horton 7, House 5, Howard 7, Hughes 5, Hunt 5, Hunter 6, Huskey 4, Hutchins 10, Ivey 7, Jackson 12, Jacobs 5, James 9, Jeffreys 10, Johnston 13, Jones 30, Jordan 8, Jourdan, Kelly, Kenyon, King 14, Kirkland 11, Lashley 6, Latta 13, Lawrence, Laws 13, Leathers 8, Lee 7, Lewis 7, Lindsey 10, Link, Long 5, Loyd 13, Lynch 8, Mangum 11, Marc(o/u)m, Markham 10, Martin, Mason, Massey 5, Mayo 6, Mays, McCauley 12, McCul(l)och 6, McDade 4, McFarlan(d/e) 4, McKee 6, Meadows 4, Mebane 6, Merrett 6, Miller 6, Miner 3, Minnis 5, Mitchel/l 13, Moize 4, Montgomery 5, Moor/e 17, Morgan 6, Morris 6, Morrow 5, Murdock 5, Murr(a)y 4, Neal 5, Nelson, Nev(e/i)ll 4, Newman 4, Nichols 10, Norwood, Nunn, Oakley 5, O'Daniel 4, O'Farrell, Parker 10, Parrish 10, Patterson, Paul, Pearson 4, Pendergrass 5, Perry 5, Petegr(e/i)w 6, Phillips, Phipps 4, Pickard 9, Picket/t 7, Piper 8, Pool 5, Pope 5, Porterfield 5, Potts 3, Powell, Pratt 4, Price, Proctor 10, Pugh 4, Ray 21, Redding 4, Redman 4, Reeves 8, Revel(l)/s, Revill/s, Rhodes 9, Rhue 10, Riggs 5, Rigsby 5, Riley 18, Roach 4, Robards, Roberts 16, Robertson 6, Robinson 4, Rue 5, Ruffin, Scarlet/t 9, Scott 11, Self, Sham(b)l(e)y, Sharp/e 4, Shaw 4, Shep(p)erd 5, Shields 4, Smith 37, Snipes 4, Stagg 5, Stephens 4, Stewart, Stowers, Strain 5, Strayhorn 13, Strowd 11, Sturdwick 4, Suit, Sykes 15, Tapp 4, Tate 4, Taylor 14, Teasley 5, Terry 5, Thomas 7, Thompson 28, Tilley 4, Tilly 8, Tinnen 4, Toler, Trice 6, Turner 22, Turrentine 4, Umstead 5, Utley 4, Vaugh(a)n 9, Vickers 6, Waddell 7, Waggoner 11, Walker 17, Ward 5, Warren 8, Watson 17, Watters, Weaver 15, Webb 7, Wells 4, White 7, Whittaker 10, Whitted, Wilkerson 16, Wilkins, Williams 30, Willis 4, Wilson 17, Woodard, Woods 25, Workman 6 and Wright 6. PRICE: $35 reduced to $32 because the back cover is missing. All the pages are there. PRICE:  $32

YOGS CRAZY CRATE 111 BOOK 03: NC - YOGS-ORANGE CO 02:  ORANGE COUNTY, NC, DEEDS, VOLUME 2 (AUG. 1801-FEB. 1803), NC Deed books are abstracted by Laura Willis, published by Simmons Historical Publications, softbound, published in 1998 to 1999.  96 pages plus seven-page index, cardstock covers, stapled and taped, nice type easy to read. 1998. Surnames with three entries in the index are marked with (,). More than three you will see (#). Albright 4, Allen 4, Allison, Alston, Anderson, Armstrong , Atwater, Baldridge, Barbee 4, Bell, Ben(n)ehan, Benton 6, Bor(e)land 4, Brack(e/i)n 5, Bradford, Bradshaw, Brown 6, Cain, Campbell, Cantrell 4, Carrington 4, Cates 4, Clendenen 5, Cook, Courtney, Craig 6, Dickie, Dishon, Dixon 5, Edwards 5, Faucet/t 5, Ferrell 4, Findley, Finley 5, Fitch, Fogleman, Forrest 6, Gwin/n 6, Hall 5, Harder, Harris 7, Hart 6, Harvey 4, Hays, Hill, Hodge, Holder 6, Holt 16, Hopkins 4, Hunt, Hunter 5, Jackson 6, Kirk 6, Kirkland 4, Latta 4, Law/s 4, Lewis 6, Lindley 4, Long, Mack(l)in, Marcom, Martin 5, McCauley 6, McCullouch 4, McManus, Mebane, Mitchell, Moore 15, Morrow 7, Mu;hollan 5, Murray, Nevill, Newlin, Patterson 6, Perkins 4, Phillips 5, Piggot, Piper Rainey, Ray, Reeves, Rhodes 4, Riggs, Robinson 4, Scarlett, Shepperd, Smith 7, Stalcup, Stout, Stra(y)ford, Strudwick 7, Stubbins, Tate 6, Taylor, Thomas, Thompson 12, Tilley, Trice 4, Troxler, Turner 4, Turrentine 5, Umstead, Waggoner, Walker 10, Watson 6, Wells 4, Whitsell 4, Whitted 4, Williams 8, Wilson 8, and Woods 7. These are very detailed Deeds of OrangeCounty. Many of these state relationships of relatives who are being deeded property "for love and affection", there are indentures in here stating ages of children being transferred. Deeds are specific as to the location of the land, helping you locate it on a map by description. Usually states the county of residence for both buyer and seller. Covers part of Deedbook 9 and almost 250 pages of deed book 10. New Book. PRICE $20    

    

YOGS CRAZY CRATE 111 BOOK 04: NC - YOGS-ORANGE 03:  ORANGE CO, NC, DEEDS, VOLUME 3 (FEB. 1803-MAY 1804), NC Deed books are abstracted by Laura Willis, published by Simmons Historical Publications, softbound, cardstock covers, stapled and taped, new book, published in 1998 to 1999. 96 pages plus seven-page index, Covers the rest of Deed Book 10 and up to page 174 in Deed Book 11. Surnames with three entries in the index are marked with (,). More than three you will see the (#). Adam/s, Albright 6, Allen, Allison, Andrew/s 4, Armstrong 5, Baker 9, Barbee 4, Benton 6, Blackwood, Boyd, Brackin 4, Bradford, Bradshaw 4, Brewer 6, Bruce, Bryen 4, Burroughs, Burrow 5, Cagg 4, Campbell 9, Carleton 6, Carrington 8, Castleberry 6, Cate 5, Cates 5, Child, Crisenhall , Christmas 5, Coble, Craig 4, Daniel, Dixon, Donnelly, Duke, Dun(n)agan 9, Edwards, Ellison 4, Estes, Faucett 4, Fogelman 4, Forrest 7,Freeman, Galbreath, Gibson, Glen/n, Green 6, Griffin, Grimes 6, Grove 4, Hall 4, Hardin 5, Harvey 4, Henderson, Herndon 8, Hill, Hogan 5, Hogg 4, Holder 4, Holiday, Holt 9, Horner, Horton 5, Hu(f)man, Hughes, Hunter 5, Jackson, Johnston 5, Jones 8, King 4, Kirk, Kirkland, Latta 6, Lindley 4, Lynch, Martin, May 6, McCauley 7, McCulloch 5, McDaniel 4, McFarland, McMullen 4, Mehane 12, Mitchel/l 6, Moore 11, Morrow, Mulhollan 5, Murphey 4, Murray, Nevill 5, Owen/s, Parrish 4, Patterson 4, Phillips 4, Pickard, Rainey 5, Ray 7, Rhodes, Sharp, Shaw 4, Shepperd 4, Simmons, Smith 6, Stockard, Strudwick 5, Tatom 4, Taylor 5, Thompson 9, Trice 6, Trousdale, Turtner 4, Turrentine [I found out he was the Sheriff in one of these, selling lots with unpaid taxes. 8, Walker 4, Warren, Witted 4, Williams 6, Wilson 4, Wood 6, Woods 8, Woody, New Book. PRICE:  $20

 

YOGS CRAZY CRATE 111 BOOK 05: NC - YOGS-ORANGE O4:  ORANGE CO, NC, DEEDS, VOLUME 4 (MAY 1804-AUG. 1805), NC Deed books are abstracted by Laura Willis, published by Simmons Historical Publications, softbound, published in 1998 to 1999, softbound, cardstock covers, stapled and taped, new book. This book covers Deed Book 11 p. 176 to Deed Book 12 p.48. May of 1804 through August of 1805. 96 pages plus seven-page index. New book. Surnames with three entries in the index are marked with (,). More than three you will see (#). Allen 8, Alves, Anderson 8, Armstrong, Atwater, Barbee8, Boak, Boyle, Brackin, Bradford, Bradshaw, Brinkley, Bruce, Cain 4, Cameron, Campbell, Carson, Cate, Cates, Christmas, Clark, Clendenen, Cockel(de)res/s 4, Cook 6, Couch 4, Curr(ie/y), Davie, Dick, Dickins 4, Dickson, Dixon 4, Dohert(ie/y) 5, Douglas, Drolinger 4, Edwards 8, Farmer 5, Faucett 11, Findley, Fogleman 4, Forrest 7, Foust, Gray, Green 8, Gwinn, Hart, Harv(e)y 4, Herndon, Hogg 4, Holt 9, Hunter 4, Hurdle, Isley 4, Jackson, Johnston 5, Jones 4, Kimbro(ugh), King 5, Kirk 4, Kirkland, Latta 5, Leathers 7, Lewis, Lindley 5, Love, Loyd, Marshal/l 4, Massey 4, McCauley , McCrory 4, McKerall 4, McCrory, [out of alpha order], Minnis, Mitchell, Moore 7, Morgan, Morrow 7, Moser 8, Mulhollan/d 6, Murphey 5, Nevill 6, Newton 4, Norwood, Palmer, Patterson 4, Patton, Peele(e/o)r 4, Pendergrass, Phillips 5, Piggott 5, Pike, Pyle/s 4, Rainey 6, Ray 7, Rhoes 7, Richardson 4, Rigsb(e/y) 4, Riley 4, Robertson 4, Robinson 4, Russel/l, Sellers, Shaw, Sloan, Smith 9, Stott, Street 5, Stroud, Tate 4, Taylor 6, Thomas, Thompson 9, Tickel/l, Tinnen, Trolinger 5, Trousdale, Turner 6, Turrentine 5, Walker 6, Ward 4, Wells, Wilkerson, Williams 4, Wilson 7, Wood, and Woods. New book. PRICE:  $20

YOGS CRAZY CRATE 111 BOOK 05: NC - YOGS-ORANGE 05:  ORANGE CO, NC, DEEDS, VOLUME 5 (AUG. 1805-FEB. 1807), NC Deed books are abstracted by Laura Willis, published by Simmons Historical Publications, softbound, published in 1998 to 1999.  This book covers Deed Book 12, p. 49 to Deed Book 12 p, 285 and contains 96 pages plus seven-page index, Surnames with three entries in the index are marked with (,). More than three you will see (#). Albright 7, Allen 4, Allison, Alston 5, Alves 4, Armstrong 5, Baldridge 14, Bason, Bell, Berry, Boswell, Boyle, Bradford, Bradshaw, Braxton, Bruce, Burnside, Cabe 4, Cable, Cain 4, Cameron, Campbell 10, Carrington 5, Carson 5, Cate 6, Cates, Christmas, Clark 9, Clarke 5, Coble, Cook 7, Craig 5, Dannel 4, Davie, Dicks, Dossett, Douglas 7, Edwards 7, Faucett 7, Findley, Fitch, Gappens, Garrison, Grimes, Hall, Harder, Hart, Harvey 6, Hodge, Hogan, Holt 8, Hopkins 4, Hunter 7, Johnston 5, Jones 5, King 6, Kirk 5, Kirkland, Latta 7, Leathers 5, Lindley 8, Loftin , Love 4, Madden, Mangum 6, Martin, May 5, McCauley 4, McCulley, McCulloch 6, McKinzie, McLemore 5, McPherson, Mitchell 5, Moore 6, Morgan 4, Morrey 4, Morrow 6, Moser, Mulhollan, Murdock, Murphey, Murray 4, Newlin, Newman 4, Nunn 4, Parks 5, Patterson 6, Patton 5, Peelor 5, Philips 5, Pickard 4, Rainey 5, Ray 7, Rhodes 9, Riggs, Roney, Server, Sewer, Shaddy, Smith 5, Standif(e/o)r/d, Stewart, Strayhorn, Strudwick 5, Tate, Taylor 5, Thompson 7, Trice 4, Trolinger 7, Turner 8, Turrentine 7, Tyson, Vincent, Walker, Warrwen, Webb, White, Whitsell 5, Williams 4, and Wilson 6. New Book. PRICE:  $20

YOGS CRAZY CRATE 111 BOOK 06: NC - YOGS-ORANGE 07: ORANGE CO, NC, MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1782-1868, VOLUME III, SURNAMES O-Z, 1984, 120 pages, New Papyrus Publishing Company. This index will be shorter because it only contains the surnames beginning with O through Z. This book is the same format as all the others by Frances T. Ingmire with grooms in the first half alphabetical by surname then brides alphabetically by surnames in the last half. I don't think her computer had a merge program on it. We did our Indiana marriage books in the same way she did, but we only had to enter the marriage data one time and the computer did the merge operation into one alphabetical order by both grooms and brides, so all family members could be accessed usually on one page. But this is nicely typed and a great value at $20. Grooms only: Surnames with TWO entries in the index are marked with (,). More than two you will see (#). Oakley 7, O'Daniel 13 [4 sp!], O'F(a/e)rr(e/i)l/l, Oldham, O'Neal, Overman 4, Owen /s 7, Paine, Paisley 3, Palmer 3, Paris 4, Parish 11, Parker 20, Parks 5, Parrish 16, Partin 9, Pasc(h)al , Pasmore, Patten, Pat(t)erson 19, Patt(e/o)n 19, Paul 12, Payne 5, Peacock, Pear(c/s)e, Pearson 14, Peed 3, Peeler 5, Peelor, Pend(a/e)r 10, Pendergras/s 16, Perry 17, Person, Pet(e/i)grew, Prtt(r/i)ford 3, Pettigrew 8, Pet(t)y 3, Phifer, Philips 3, Phillips 14, Phipps 8, Pickard 30, Picket 7, Pickett 25, Pick(el/le),Pierson, Pike 5, Piper 12, Pitman, Pleasant/s5, Poe 5, Pool9, Pope 6, Porte3r , Porterfield 7, Potts, Powel/l 8, Prather, Pratt 8, Price 9, Pri(t)chard 5, Pritchet/t 4, Proctor 14, Pugh 8, Purif(o)y 3, Puryear, Pyle 4, Qualls 4, Quals 4, Ragin/s 3, Rain(e)y 4, Rasco/e, Ray 82, Read 3, Reav(e/i)s, Redding/s 10, Redin/g 5, Redm(a/o)n, Rees, Reeves 10, Rei(g/h)bee, Rencher 3, Renn, Reeves 3, Revill/e, Rhew 13, Rhoad/s 2, Rhodes 32, Rial/s, Rice, Rich 4,Richard/s 3, Richardson 4, Richmond 6, Rickets 6, Rider 4, Rieves, Riggs 18, Riggsb(ee/y) 3, Rigsbee, Rigsby 10, Riley 5, Ringstaff 5, Rip(p)ey4, Rip(p)y 8, Ritch, Roach 15, Roan 3, Roark, Robards, Roberson 8, Roberts 7, Robertson 11, Robe(t)son 3, Robinson 12, Robson, Roch, Rochel/ l 6, Rodgers 4, Rogers 9, Rone/y 9, Rose 4, Ross 5, Rosser 3, Rosson 3, Roun(d)tre/e 8, Royster, Rue 3, Ruffin 3, Rumbl(e)y 6, Rumbly 4, Rumley, Russel/l 15, Sartain, Scarlet 6, Scarlett 17, Scob(e)y 3, Scott 18, Sears 9, Self 3, Sellars 4, Sellers, Sharp 37, Shaw 15, Shearer 3, Shelton, Shep(a/e)rd, Shepherd 9, Shiekds, Shoffner 3, Shofner 7, Shy 4, Sil(a/e)r 3, Sim(m)on/s 4, Simmons 3, Simpson 12, Sims 4, Smart, Smith 106, Snipes 9, Snotherly, Southerlan/d 7, Sparrow 8, Spoon 3, Squires 8, Stafford 4, Stagg 7, Stailey, Stalcup 4, Staley 3, Standifor/d 3, Stanford 7, Stanley, Stanly 3, Star/r, Steel 14, Steele, Stephens 3, Stevens 6, Steward 4, Stewart 12, Stockard 6, Stofle, Stout 18, Stovall, Strader 3, Strain 8, Strawd 4, Strayhorn 28, Street 3, Streyhorn, Stroud 14, Strudwick 4, Stubb)ins 6, Sugg, Suit/e 3, Suitt, Summers, Sutton 8, Swan/n, Swift, Sykes 36, Tab(e/o)rn, Tab(o)(u)rn 3, Talley 3, Tapp 8, Tarplry, Tate 34, Tat(o/u)m 5, Taylor 31, Teasley 5, Teer 4, Terrel/l 7, Terrill, Tewrry 3, Thetford, Thomas 29, Thompson 124, Thrift, Thrower, Tickle 4, Tilley 16, Tilly 20, Tinn(e/i)n 11, Tol(aq/o)r 3, Towel/l 3, Townsend 3, Trice 23, Trip/p 6, Trol(l)inger 7, Trousdale, Troxl(a/e)r 6, Tudor 3, Turner 38, Turrentine 17, Tyrrell, Umste(a)d 11, Underwood 4, Utley 3, Valentine, Vann, Vaughan 18, Veazey 8, Vestal, Vickers 18, Vincent 3, Waddle, Waggoner 17, Wagoner 16, Walker 58, Wall 3, Wallace 3, Waller 3, Wallis, Ward 26, Warren 22, Wason 3, Watford, Watson 36, Watts, Weaver 19, Webb/s 13, Webster 3, Weemes, Well/s 17, Wever, Whedbee 3, Wheeler, Wheeles,Whitaker 20, White 29, Whitsel/l 2, Whitfield, White(a)d 4, Whitmore, whit(sel/l, Whitsett 9, Whitsit/t 5, Whittaker 3, Whitted 8, Wilder, Wilkerson 13, Wilkie, Wilkins 12, Wilkinson 15, Willett, Williams 49, Williamson, Willis 6, Willson, Willkey, Wilson 47, Win(n)ick, Witherspoon, Wolf 3, Womble 3, Wood 22, Woods 65, Woodward 3, Woody 10, Workman,20, Worth, Wortham, Wright 4, Wrightsel/l, Wrightsman, Wyatt 4, Yanc(e)y 3, Yarbrough 4, Yates 3, Yeargin 4, Young 3, Younger 5, and Zachary 3. PRICE: $20

 

PERSON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM CASWELL COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA IN 1791.

YOGS CRAZY CRATE 111 BOOK 07: NC - PERSON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA , MARRIAGE RECORDS 1792-1868.  By Katharine Kerr Kendall. Original published 1983. 1983 by the author. Reprinted for Clearfield Co. in 1997. 113 pages 5" by 8". Glued binding, wrapper cardstock covers. The records are in alphabetical order by groom. The name of the bride follows with date of the record. In parentheses are the names of the bondsman and witnesses. There is a surname index for the brides and a separate surname index for the bondsman/witnesses with names other than the bride or the groom. There is also a list of the CountyClerks and the Deputy Clerks for this time period plus a separate list of Ministers of the Gospel signing bonds. There are 3,286 marriage records in this book. This is a list of abstractions of the groom's surnames only with number of marriages. Only surnames with more than 3 marriages are included here: Adams 6, Allen 15, Allin 7, Anderson 10, Ashl(e)y 6, Aust(a/i)n 5, Bail(e)y 10, Baird 6, Barnett/e 15, Bar(r)(e/o)tt 5, Bass 9, Beaver/s 4, Blackard 4, Blackwell 5, Blalac/k 15, Blalock 8, Bolton 5, Bowen 5, Bowes 4, Bowes 4, Bowl(e)s 5, Boyd 5, Bradsher 25, Brandon 8, Briggs 6, Brinkl(e)y 8, Brook(e)s 56, Brown/e 23, Buchannan 9, Bumpas/s 16, Burch 21, Burton 12, Canada 5, Carter 19, Carver 31, Cash 11, Cate 9, Cates 18, Caz(a/o)rt 4, Chambers 19, Chandler 21, Chavers 6, Clark 6, Clayton 64, Coleman 7, Coll(e/i)ns 4, Comton 5, Coth(e)ran 10, Cousins 9, Cozart 8, Crews 5, uninngham 5, Currie 4, Daniel 1`6, Dav(ie/ey) 7, DAVIA 19, Daqy 37, Denny 6, Dillehay 5, Dixon 30, Doll(a/e)rhi(d/t)e 6, Drum(w)right 4, Duncan 8, Eastwood 8, Ep(p)(e)s 13, Evans 19, Farley 4, Farr(a/e)r 4, Farrow 4, Fed(e)rick 6, Foster 5, Fowler 6, Franklin 4, Freeman 5, Fullcher 11, Full(a/e)r 17, Garr(a/e/)t/t10, Gentry 8, Gillis 4, Glenn 7, Gord(e/o)n 6, Gray 5, Green 7,Gregory 8, Grinstead 4, Hall 10, Hall(i/y)burton 7, Hanblin 4, Hamlen Hamlen 7, Hamlet/t 10, Hargis 20, Harris 31, Hawkins 5, Hay(e)s 6, Henderson 4, Hester 8, Hicks 25, Hill 8, Hobgood 7, Holeman 5, Holloway 6, Holsomback 6,Holt/e 7, Horner 4, Horton 4, Hudgins 7, Humphries 14, Hunt 7, Jackson 7, Jacobs 12, Johnston 8, Jones 58, Ken(n)edy 6, King 6, Lauson 4, Lawson 6, Lra 32, Link 6, Lipscomb 8, :ong 41, Lunsford 8, Lyon 6, McFarland 5, McGerhee 5, McKissack 5, Malone/e 8, Mann 5, Marshall 4, Martin 7, Mason 8, Meadows, Melt(e/o)n 4, Mitchel/l 17, Money 4, Monk 4, Moore 49, Morgan 8, Morris 9, Morrow 4, Morton 13, Munday 5, Neal 4, Nelson 10, Newm(a/o)n 4, Neqwton 6, Nivhols 4, Norris 7. Oak(e)l(e)y 34, O(')Briant 14, Ol(/)iver 7, Owen 7, Owin/s 4, Painter 9, Palmer 4, Parker 8, Parrish 5, Patterson 4, Paylor 5, Pearce 8, Peed 9, Phelps 7, Phillips 5, Philpot 4, Pleasant 6, Pool 14, Powell 7, Poyner 4, Pulliam 16, Puryear 4, Rag(a/i)Ramsey 10, Ra(i)ney 6, Read/e 4, Ren/n 8, Riggs 4, Rimmer 11, Roberts 5, Robertson 11, Ro(d)gers 10, Rountree 4. Roy(a)ster 13, Russell 6, Sall(ie/y) 4, Salmon 5, Sanders 4, San(d)ford 4, Satterfield 31, Scog(g)in/s 6, Scott 5, Seat 5, Seymo(o/u)r 6, Shepherd 4, Smith 23, Sne(a/e)d 12, Snipes 7, So(u)t(h/w)hard 6, Springfield 5, Stafford 4, Stanf(i)eld 14, Stephen/s 4, Stewar(d/t) 4, Street 4, Stuart5, Suit 6, Swe(a)n(e)y 4, Tall(e)y 6, Tapp 5, Taylor 7, Terry 4, Thaxton 7, Thomas 11, Thompson 4, Til(l)man 6, Tor(e/i)an 4, Townsend 5, True 4, Tuck 7, Turner 8, Vanhook 11, Vaugh(a)n 9, Villin(e)s 8, Wade 12, Wagstaff 7, Walker 29, Walters 9, Walton 7, Warren 13, Warrin 8, Watson 9, Webb 9, Webster 6, Wells 6, Westbrook 5, White 5, Whit(e)field 16, Whitt 8, Wilkerson 15, Wilkins 7, Williams 32, Williamson 4, Wilson 11, Winstead 14, Wood 4, Woods 6, Woody 15, Wren/n 8, Wright 5, Yanc(ie/ey) 6, and Yarbrough 8.  PRICE: $20  

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