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 CRAZY CRATE 113:  ROWAN COUNTY,  NORTH CAROLINA, HER COUNTY TREE AND MARRIAGES FROM 1760 THROUGH 1847.  TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 2011 


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CRAZY CRATE 113 - AUGUST 16, 2011

 

ROWAN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA WAS CREATED FROM ANSON COUNTY ON 27 MARCH 1753.  BUT THIS DOES NOT TELL THE WHOLE STORY!

ROWANCOUNTY'S HISTORY OF DEVELOPMENT:

PARENT COUNTIES OF ROWAN COUNTY, NC

1.)  Bath County was created in 1696 as an Original County.  The land in this county contained what became, 57 years later, the land of Rowan County, NC.

2.)  Part of that Bath County land then became a part of Archdale Precinct on 3 December 1705

3.)  Part of the land that had been a part of Archdale Precinct of Bath County joined with Craven County when its name was changed to Craven County in 1712.

4.) Part of the Bath County land that was located in Craven County was separated from Craven and became New Hanover County on 27 November 1729.

5.) Part of New Hanover County land became Bladen County's land in 1734.

6.) Part of that Bladen County land then became Anson County land on 17 March 1749.

7.) Rowan County was created, from the land that had been a part of Anson County, when Rowan County was created on 27 March 1753.

I do think anyone who has Rowan County Roots needs to check out this information for this county!  All these counties listed below were once a part of Rowan County, NC, also, just like Rowan County land was once located inside the boundaries of Bath County, and they share Rowan County's history.  Rowan County became their parent county and all these counties were her progeny.  They became a new county after being a part of Rowan for many years, so for any date before the given date found below, the records for these people may be found in Rowan County.  

 

PROGENY COUNTIES OF ROWAN COUNTY, NC  

 

A.) Guilford County was a part of Rowan County until 1770 then with the addition of part of Orange County that land became Guilford County.  

 

B.) Surry County was a part of Rowan County until 1770 then that land became Surry County.

C.) Burke County was a part of Rowan County until 1777-then that land became Burke County.  

 

D.) Iredell County was a part of Rowan County until 1788 then that land became Iredell County.  

 

E.) Davidson County was a part of Rowan County until 1822-then that land became Davidson County.  

 

F.) Davie County was a part of Rowan County until 1836-then that land became Davie County.

 

Also, any of those counties made from parts of the above counties which were later split off to become fully-functioning counties on their own could be the homes of your ancestors!

 

1.) Burke County was the parent county for these five counties - Buncombe, Caldwell, McDowell, Mitchell, and Yancey any of which may contain ancestors who may have ancestors whose early records you may find in Rowan County.  

 

2.) Guilford County was the parent county of both Randolph and Rockingham Counties.  

 

3.) Iredell County was the parent county of Alexander County.  

 

4.) Surry County was the parent county of both Stokes County and Wilkes County so either of those counties could contain people whose ancestor's early roots were first in Rowan County.       

 

Talk about a lot of jurisdictional changes, but if you are not looking for the right documents in the right courthouse, you will NOT find them.   

 

Deed records are so important!  Don't you wonder what happened when you find a man selling property, but can not find how or where he bought it!  Or what about a man buying property, but you can't find where he sold it, but he didn't own it when he died.  Looking for a marriage record or a will? You need to look in the right county to find the right answers.  

 

Those jurisdictional changes are like a "red flag being waved in front of a bull" to professional family genealogists, a warning that they may have a jurisdictional problem rather than an information problem.  Your ancestor didn't move, but the land in the county underneath his cabin changed its county name, even though it didn't move!  Mortgages and tax records can be telling you what you need to know, but didn't know who to ask.  Tax records sometimes have details you need to know.   

Commissioners' Records and Court Records have details that help us to complete a meaningful record of our ancestor's lives.  But the answers you want and need are going to be in only one courthouse in any one time period. Don't waste your time and money looking in the wrong courthouse. The WHY and the HOW answers won't be found until you determine the right WHEN and WHERE answers. Those answers are all wrapped up in these seemingly unimportant documents in a county courthouse that many researchers never even think about, never mind look at! 

NC - YOGS CRAZY CRATE 113-ROWAN 01:  ROWAN COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA MARRIAGES 1760-1847.  By A. B. Willhite, self-published.  Rowan County was formed in 1753 from Anson County.  The county seat is Salisbury.  Initially Rowan included the entire northwestern sector of NC, with no clear western boundary, but its size was reduced as a number of counties were split off.  First Surry left in 1771; Burke and Wilkes Counties were formed from the western part of Rowan and

Surry in 1777 and 1778 respectively. The smaller Rowan County still comprised Iredell, formed in 1788; Davidson in 1822; Davie in 1836. Records of the very early Rowan County will be found in Anson County. 140 pages, hardbound, clear type, two column format, 28 marriages per column and two columns per page/ Sample entry:  Abbot, Benjamin: Spouse Hudgens, Mary, Marriage date: Mar. 16, 1781.  Marriages are alphabetical by grooms with a bride's index at the back, computer generated.  107 pages of marriages with data and 31 pages of bride's index with three columns and 58 lines per column for the brides. This abstract of the grooms and the bride's index has this look to it: Over six thousand marriages are in this book.  Surnames with three (,) or more than 3 (#) first names are listed here:  Adam/s 19, Addams, Agle 5, Agner 6, Air(r/e)y, Air(r)y 4, A(l)bright 9, Allen 9, Allison 6, Anderson 14, Andrew 4, Andrews 9, Apl(e/i)n, Arey 4, Armstrong, Ar(no/on)heart 4, Austin, Bailey 9, Baily 5, Baker 14, Bal(l)ance 4, Bal(e)y 4, Ballard, Banks, Barber 6, Barclay, Barger 6, Barlow, Barn(e)s 8, Barr 4, Barrier 5, Barringer 10, Basinger 5, Baxt(e/o)r 9, Beal, Beam, Bean/e 6, Beard 8, Beat(t)(ie/y), Beaver/s 17, Beck 7,   Bell 9, Benson 6, Berry 7, Biles 6, Billing/s 4, Bird 5, Black 9, Blackw(a/e/i)lder 8, Blackwell 4, Blackwood 4, Blue 4, Boden-h(a/e/ei/i)-mer 4, Boger 5, Booe 7, Boon, Bost 6, Bost(ai/ia)n 15, Bost(i/o)n, Booth, Bowde, Bowers 8, Boyd 7, Brack(e/i)n, Bradshaw, Brady, Brandon 18, Brevard 7, Brig(g)s 5, Brinkle 4, Brooks 4, Brown (44 of them), Bruner 9, Bryan 11, Bryan(d/t) 5, Buck 4, Buckner, Buis/e, Bullen, Bullon, Bunt(e/i)n, Burg(es)s 5, Burk/e 5, Burns, Burris, Burton 4, Bussel/l, Butner 4, Byerly, Cain 6, Call 9, Campbell 13, Carson 5, Caruthers 5, Casper 10, Cathey 5, Cauble 16, Cecill, Chaffin 4, Chambers 12, Chapman, Chesher 4, Cheshi(er/re), Chunn 4, Clark/e 8, Claver, Clayton, Cleary, Click, Clifford 5, Cline 4, Clo(d/t)felter 6, Clutz 8, Coats 5, Cobble 7, Coker, Col(d/e)iron 5, Cole 7, Coleman 6, Cock 7, Coon/s 8, Cooper 7, Cope 6, Cor(r)el/l 11, Cotton 5, Cowan, (45 of these girls), Cox 8, Craige 4, Crawford, Cres(s)on 8, Crider 4, Cross 4, Crouse, Crumpton, Culber(t)son, Culp, Cunningham 11, Danc(e)y, Dan(n)iel/l 19, Davidson, Davis 20, Davison, Deal, Deav(e/o)r, De(a)dman 6, Deever, Del(l)ow, Dent 7, Dickey 7, Dickins, Dillon, Dobbin/s 5, Donaldson, Dowel, Downs, Drake 4, Duff(e)y, Duke 5, Duncan 4, Earnhart 9, Earnheart 10, Eat(e/o)n 6, Eddleman 7, Edwards, Eller 23, Elliot/t 8, Ellis 10, Ellit 7, Ellor 4, Elrod 5, Emberson 4, Enochs 5, Ernhart, Erwin 10, Etcherson 6, Evans 3, Fesperman 6, Files 6, Fink, 14, Fisher 14, Fleming 4, Ford 5, Foster 23, Fout(s/z) 4, Fox, Fra(i)ley 11, Fraly 5, Frank, Fraser, Fredle, Freeman 5, Freeze 20, Frick 5, Frieze 32, Frost 5, Fry, Full(e/i)nwider 4, Fult(s/z), Furrer, Gaitner 10, Gardner 5, Garner 7, Garr(a/e)t/t, Gheen 9, Gibson 10, Giles 4, Gill(a/e/i)spie 11, Glascock 5, Glasscock 11, Glover 4, Goodman 13, Gordon 5, Goss 5, Graham 33, Graves 5, Gray 5, Green 7, Griffin, Grimes 9, Haden 5, Haiden, Hall 23, Han, Hampton 15, Harbin 4, Harkey 4, Harm(a/o)n 4, Harris 7, Harrison, Hartley 4, Hartline 4, Hartman 14, Hartmon, Hawkins, Hay(e)s, He(a)dick 7, Hellard 4, Henderson 4, Hendrick/s 7, Hendrix, Henl(e)y 4, Henline, Hess 7, Hicks 6, Higdon, Hilick 4, Hilick, Hill 17, Hinkle 8, Hodge/s 8, Hoffman 6, Hof(f)ner 5, Holdhouser, Holeman, Holmes 5, Holshouser 11, Horn 4, Hornbar(r)ier 6, Houk/e, Howard 14, Howel, Howell, Hudson 6, Huffman 4, Hughes 8, Hughey 5, Hughs, Huie 4, Hulen, Hulin 5, Humphr(ie/y)s, Hunt 12, Hunter 8, Husbands, Jackson 4, Jacobs 11, James 11, Jarvis, Jenkins, Job/e, Johnson 16, Johnston 17, Jones 20, Johns(t)on, Josey 4, Keller/s 4, Kenned(a)y 4, Kepl(e)y 5, Kern/s 6, Kerr 11, Kes(s)ler 11, Ketch(e)y 5, Kil(l)Patrick 9, Kinca((de/id) 8, King 5, Klutt(s/z) 18, Knox 13, Knup 5, Krider 5, Lamb 4, Lane 4, Laurance 4, Le(a/e)ch 6, Leaz(a/e)r, Lee 7, Leml(e)y 7, Lent(s/z) 9, Leonard 6, Lewis 8, Lingle 7, Link 5, Linn 5, Linster 7, Lipe 7, Litaker, Little 8, Livengood 3, Lock 8, Locke 8, Logan 4, Long 9, Lopp 5, Lorance, Lourance, Lovelace 4 , Low/e 7, Low(e)ry, Lowrance 7, Lowr(e)y 7, Loyd 4, Luckey 17, and Lyerl(e/y) 15, Lynn, Macay, Mad(d)en 5, Man/n, March11, Markland, Marlin 5, Marshal/l, Martin 4, Masters, Maxwell 5, May 5, McBride 5, McBroom/e 8, McClellan/d, McConnaughey, McCorkle 9,NcCoy 4, McCrary 5, McCiuist(a/io/o)n 4, McCullo(c)h 5, MDaniel, McGuire 6, McHenty 5, McKay, McKee 4, McK(e/i)nzie, McKnight 9, McNeely 14, McNight, Merr(e/i)ll 4, Mess(a/e/i)mer 5, Michael, Miller 44, Mil(l)s 4, Misenh(a/ei)nham(m)er, Mock 7, Munro/e 8, Moor/e 16, Moose, Morgan 12, Morris 7, Morrison 5, Morrow, Mour(ey/ie/y) 4, Mowrie, Moyer/s 5, Mull 5, Murph(e)y, Murr(a)y, My(a/e)r/s 9, Myers 8, Naill 5, Neal 5, Ne(a/e)ly 5, Nelson, Nevins, Newsom, Niblock 4, Nichols 6, Noland,Oak(e)s, Ol(l)(i/o)ver, Orrel/l, Overcash 8, Owen 8, Owens 10, Owings 4, Pack, Paine 5, Park 4, Parker 18, Park(e)s 21, Partee, Patrick 4, Patten, Patterson11, Patton 4, Pearce, Prarsom, Peck 6, Peeler 6, Pelly 4, Penny 5, Phifer 6, Philips 9, Phillips 4, Pinchback, Pinkston 8, Pit(t)man 5, Pool 15, Poole 4, Porter 9, Poston, Potts 8, Pow;es/s, Ra(i)lsback 4, Ray, Redwine 6, Reed 13, Reev(e)s 4, Ren(del/dle)man, Renshaw 10, Rex, Ribl(e)y, Rice 7, Richard/s, Richardson, Riddle 6, Rider, Ritch(ie/y 4, Robards 4, Roberson, Roberts 6, Robertson, Robinson 9, Robison 8, Rogers 5, Rose, Roseborough, Roseman 6, Ross 6, Rough, Rumley, Russel/l 4, Rutledge 4, Rymer 4, Sain 6, Salisbury, Sanders 8, Scot/t 6, Seaford, Sechler 5, Sefford, Ser(r)at/t 4, Set(s/z)er, Sewell, Sham(m)ell, Sharpe 4, Shaver 8. She(a/e)t(s/z), Shields, Shoaf, Short 4, Shuman 4, Shuping 12, Simmon/s 4, Simpson 5, Skiles, Sloan 8, Sloane 4, Sloop 6, Smith 56, Smoot/e 7, Snoddy, Sowers, Sparks 4, Speak/(e)/s5, Speer/s 4, Stan(d)l(e)y 6, Steel/e 6, Stephens 4, Stephenson 5, Stevenson 4, Steward 4, Stewart 4, Stinch(e)comb/e, Stirewalt 7, Stone/r 7, Stout, Stuart, Swan 4, Swann 6, Swink 11, Tarr, Tatom, Taylor 7, Teague 5, Thomas 16, Thomason 5, Thompson 16, Thomson 4, Tod/d 9, Tom(p)son, Tor(r)entine, Traylor 5, Trexler 15, Trott 7, Troutman 5, Tucker 6, Turner 15, Upright 5, Varner 4, Vea(t)ch 5, Verble 4, Waggoner 5, Walker 5, Waller 6, Walser, Walton15, Ward 6, Warner, Was(s)on 5, Weaver 4, Webb 4, Welch 4, Wellman 4, Wells 7, West 8, Whitacre, Whitaker, White 7, Whit(e/i)ker, Wiatt 5, Wilke(r)son 4, WEilliams 19, Williamson 6, Williford 4, Willis 5, Willson 6, Wilson 16, Winders 6, Wise, Wiseman 11, Wood 15, Woods 13, Woodside/s, Woodson, Workman, Wright 5, Wyatt 5, Yarb(o)rough, Yost 6, Young 20, and Youst.

            

Records of the very early Rowan County will be found in Anson County. 140 pages, hardbound, clear type, two column format, 28 marriages per column:  Sample entry:  Abbot, Benjamin: Spouse Hudgens, Mary, Marriage date: Mar. 16, 1781.  Marriages are alphabetical by grooms with a bride's index at the back, computer generated.  Abstracts of the bride's index are found above this list. 107 pages of marriages with complete data, the grooms with 2 columns per page, 28 entries per column and 31 pages of bride's index with three columns and 58 lines per column. This abstract of the groom's entry has this look to it:

Gillam, Andrew   Spouse: Helser, Elizabeth            

Marriage date: June 16, 1821.

 

Surnames with two (,) or more than 2 (#) first names are listed. Because of the way this county was abstracted and typed, we are unable to put the groom's name alongside of the bride's name, so here is the tally of the groom's names in a separate list. Abbot/t 5, Adams 25, Ad(d)erton, Adkins(on), Agen(g)er 3, Agenor, Agle, Agner 7, Airy, Alber(t)son 3, Albright 10, Alexander 9, All(e/i)mong, All(e/i)n 9, Allison 9, Al(l)man, Anderson 12, Andrew/s 10, Apl(e/in/g, Arch(i)bald 3, Ar(e)ey 3, Armstrong 5, Armsworth(e)y 4, Arnh(e)ar(d/t 4, Aronhart, Arthur, Atch(a/er,i)son, Athon, Atwell 5, Austin 10, Aytch(e/i)son 4, Ba(i)ley 10, Baker 6, Ball 7, Barber 4, Barcl(a/e)y, Barger, Barkley, Barn(e)s 7, Barr 5, Barret, Bas(e/i)nger 6, Bass, Bateman, Beal/l, Beard 7, Beaty, Be(a/e)ver/s 5, Beeman 4, Be(e/a)nblossom, Beeson, Bell 11, Benson 3, Bev(a/i)ns 3, Biles 6, Bird 4, Black 6, Blackwell, Blai(ds/z), Blake, Bodenhamer 4, Bone 3, Booe 4, Boone, Bost, Bostain 5, Boston, Bowers, Boyd, Brackin/g, Brad(l)ey 3, Bradshaw 4, Bral(e)y, Brandon 10, Brevard, Brinkley, Bro(a)dway, Brooks 2, Brown 25, Bru(n)er 4, Bryan/t 7, Bryson, Buckner 6, Bullin, Bunch, Bunt(a)in 4, Burk/e 5, Burkhar/(d/t), Burton 3, Butler, Butner 6, Byer(ly)/s 3, Cain 4, Cal(l)ahan 5, Call 12, Cam(a)eron 7, Cam(m)el, Campbell 21, Canter, Canup 4, Carrick 3, Carson 7, Carter, Cartner 3, Casey 8, Casper 20, Cast(a/e/o)r 5, Cathey 4, Caton 6, Cauble 22, Caud(ell/le), Cecill 7, Chaffin 6, Chambers 23, Chapl(a/i)n 3, Charles 3, Cheshe(i)r, Chesher 7, Cheshier 5, Cheshire, Chipman, Christy 5, Chunn, Clamp(e/i)(r)t 3, Clark/e 14, Clary, Clav(e/o)r, Clayton 3, Cle(a)ver, Clement/s 3, Click 3, Cl(e/i)fford 4, Clinar(d/t), Cline 6, Clo(d/t)felter 7, Clut(s/z 5, Coats 3, Cochran 3, Coggins, Coker 6, Cole 7, Coleman 2, Conner, Conrod, Cook 8, Cooke 3, Coon 7, Coon(e/s), Cooper 12, Cope 8, Coriher, Corl 5, Cornatzer, Correl/l 13, Corri(h)er 5, Coughenhour 3, Cowan 34, Cowin, Cox/x 9, Cozart, Craig 3, Craige 4, Cranfi(e/l)l 7, Cranford, Crawford, Crerason, Cress 4, Cresswon, Crider 6, Crit(t)en(d/t)(e/o)n 3, Crot(t)(s/z)er 5, Crouse, Crow(e)l 3, Cru(i)se 5, Culbertson 3, Cummin(g)s 4, Cunningham 10, Cut(h)er(a/e)l/l 4, Danc(e)ey 7, Daniel/s 16, Darr 3, David 5, Davidson 6, Davis 36, Day, Deal 11, Deaton, Deaver 5, Deck(a/e)r, Dedmon, Delap, Dent 4, Dial 4, Dick(e)y 5, Dickson 8, Dillon 4, Dobbin/s 8, Doland, Donaldson 2, Donnel/l, Donnahoe/Donoho, Doolin, Do(b/t)son, Doty, Dough(e)t/y, Douth(e/i)t 12, Dowel/l 5, Downs 3, Doyl, Driver, Drul(e)y, Duff/y, Duke 3, Duncan 4, Dunn 5, Durham 4, Dusenber(g/y) 3, Eagle 5, E(a)rnest, Earnhart 22, Earnheart 17, Eary. Eaton 6, Eccles/Echols, Edd(el/le)man 4, Edmiston, Edward/s 10, Eller 46, Elliot/t 15, Ellis 27, Ellor, Elston 6, Enoc(h/k)s 3, Ervin 4, Irwin 16, Ev(a/e)ns 3, Everh(e)art, Fag(g)enw(e/i)nter, Falls, Farabe/e, Feezer 3, Felker, Felps 8, [Check Phelps], Ferg(er/u)son 6, Ferrel/l, Fes(t)perman 7, Fight/Fite 3, File 9, Fink, Finn(e)y, Fish(eu)r 20, Fleming 12, Flo(i/y)d 3, Foard 6, Foil 3, Forbis, Ford 9, Foster 27, Fouts 4, Fowler, Frailey, Fraley 12, Fraly 3, Frank 5, Fra(s/z)er 3, Fre(e)d(el/le) 3, Freeman 8, Free(se/ze)23, Fri(c)k 5, Frieze, Frit(s/z) 4, Frost 11, Fry 5, Fulk 3, Ful(l)(e/i)nwider 3, Fult(s/z) 4, Furr, Gabard, Gadb(er/u)ry 4, Gaither13, Gal(l)agher, Gales 3, Gall(a/i)more 5, Gard(I )ner 9, Garner 8, Garret/t 3, Garver 2, Garwood 7, Gatton, Gay, G(a/e)rrison, Getch(e)y, Gheen 14, Gibb(i/o)ns 4, Gibbs, Gibson 7, Giles 6, Gillam, Gille(h)an, Gillesp(i/y)e 13, Gillian, Gillispie, Glascock 4, Glasscock 8, Glover 5, Goodeman 25, Gord(e/o)n, Goss 8, Gra(e)ber, Graham 39, Graves 6, Gr(a/e)y 6, Green 10, Gregory 3, Griffin 7, Griffith 4, Grimes 6, Grub 4, Grubb 5, Guffy 3, Hacket/t, Haden 5, Hage 3, Hager, Hagey, Hagl(a/e)r, Hague, Haines 3, Hainline, Hains, Hale/s, Hall 41, Ham(e/i)lton 5, Hampton 10, Hamton 4, Hanes 5, Han(n)a/h 3, Hannon/s, Harb(e/i)n 4, Hard(e/i)n 6, Hargrave/s 4, Hark(e)y 7, Harm(a/o)n, Harper, Harris 17, Harrison 14, Hart 6, Hartline 5, Hartman 20, Harwood 4, Hawkin(g)s 7, Haworth 4, Haynes, Hays 4, Headrick, Hearn/e 3, Heartley, Hedrick, Heileig, Helfer 4, Hellard 4, Helper, Hemp(h)ill, Henderson 9, Hendl(e)y 3, Hendren, Hendrick/s 14, Hendri(x/z) 5, Henl(e)y 4, Hess 13, Hwet(t)inger 3, Hicks, Hide/s 6, Higdon, Hilem(a/o)n, Hill 27, Hilton 3, Hine/s 4, Hinkle 12, Hitchcock 4, Hodge 3, Hodgens 2, Hof(f)man, Hofner 3, Hoggatt, Holbrook/s 3, Holeman, Howard 18, Hudson 9, Huey, Huff 3, Huf(f)man 5, Huggins 3, Hughes 7, Hughey 9, Hughs, Huie 5, Hul(a/e/i)n 11, Hull, Humphrey/s, Hunt 1`4, Hunter 8, Hurley, Huston 3, Hutson 3, Hyde, Idol, Ijams 4, Innes, Irvin, Irwin 8, Isaho(u/we)r 3, Jackson, Jacob/s 13, James 12, Jarr(a/e)t/t 2, Jarvi(ce/s/e) 8, Jenk(a/i)ns 4, Job/b 3, Johnson 26, Johnston 25, Jones 43, Jord(a/o)n 4, Josey 9, Juli(a)n 4, Ka(i)ler, Keisler, Kell(a/e)r 11, Kelley, Kelly, Kend(a/e)ll, Ken(n)ed(a/e)y 5, Kennerly 4, Kent, Kepl(e)y 4, Kern/s 6, Kerr 13, Kesler 10, Ketch(e)y 6, Ketner, Kil(l)patrick 6, Kimball, Kiumbrough 3, Kinca(i)d 12, King 10, Kingsbury, Kinney 3, Kinyoun, Kirk 4, Kistler 4, Klotz, Klut(t)s 28, Knartzar, Knox 18, Knup 8, Krider 4, Lackey 3, Lag(al/le 3, Lam/b 4, Lance 4, Lane 4, Langly, Lanning 3, Latham 3, Lathr(a/u)m, Lawson, Leach 10, Leatherman, Leazar 8, Ledford, Lee 8, Leez(i)er, Lef(f)ler(r) 4, Lemly 6, Lence 4, Lent(s/z)22, Leonard, Lester, Let(c)hco, Lewis 11, Line, Linebarr(i)e/r, Lineberger 3, Lingle 8, Link 9, Linn 4, Linster 5, Lipe 4, Lipp(a/e)r(d/t) 6, Litaker 6, Little 4, Livengood 6, Lock 4, Locke 13, Loftin, Logan 3, Long 12, Lookinbee, Lopp 4, Lo(u)p(e)was(s)er, Loury, Love 4, Lovelace 4, Lowr(a/e)nce 15, Lowr(e)y 9, Lucas, Luck(e)y 7, Luckie 3, Lucus, Ludwick, Lund/y, Lutewick, Lyerly 18, Lynch/e, Lynn, Lyon 3, Macate/e, Macay 4, Mace 3, Mackey, Mad(d)(a/e)n 4, Maf(e/i)t/t 3, Mahaley 3, Mahan, Maley, Malt 3, Mann, Marb(u)ry, March/e 8, Markland 4, Marl(e/i)n 8, Marr, Marsh 3, Marshal/l 3, Mart(i/o)n 11, Mason 4, Mass(e)y 3, Master/s 7, Matherly 5, Maxwell 6, May 10, Mcatee 3, Mcbride 4, Mcbroom/e 3, Mccarter, Mcclamroch, Mcclure, Mcconel, Mcconnaughey 5, Mccork(el/le)10, Mccoy, Mccracken 4, Mccary 5, Mccree, Mccullo(c)h 3, Mcdaniel, Mcdonald, Mcgill, Mcguire 5, Mchargue, Mchenry, Mckenzie, Mc(k)intosh, Mcknight 10, Mccla(in/ne, Mclaughlin 6, Mclean 7, Mcmachan 5, Mcmackin 3, Mcneely 21, Mcquown, Meni(e)s, Men(i)us 6, Menus, Merel/l 3, Meroney 3, Merrell 7 Michael 6, Mich(e)(a)l 3, Miers 6, Mik(i)el 3, Miller 99, Millis, Mills 9, Misham(a/o)r 3, Mise 3, Misemer, Misenh(a/ei/i)m(m)er 7, Mitchel 4, Mitchell 4, Mock 8, Monroe 4, Mo(u)ntgomery 7, Moor, Moore 24, Mordah, Moreland, Morgan 16, Moris/son 5, Morris 4, Morrison 10, Morris 3, Morrow 4, Moss 4, Motsinger, Mott, Mowery 3, Mowrie, Mowry 9, Mull 6, Mullikin, Murphey, Murphy 5, Myars 3, Myer, Myers 7, Nail, Nash, Naylor 3, Neal, Neely 8, Neil/l 5, Nelson 10, Nev(e/i)ns 3, Niblack 3, Niblock, Nichol(l)s 3, Nicholson 8, Nolan, Noland 6, Northern, Nunnally, Nus(a/o)m 3, Oakes, Odell 5, Oliphant 3, Oneal 3, Orr, Orel/l 5, Orten 9, Osb(o/u)rn, Ocercash 15, Overcast 8, Owen 18, Owens 13, Owin, Owings 7, Pack 7, Pain 5, Paine, Palmer 4, Park 16, Parke 8, Parker 16, Parkes, Parks 7, Pasenger 3, Patrick 4, Patten, Patterson11, Patton, Peacock, Peal(e/o)r 5, Pearson, Peck 3, Peeler 15, Pegg, Pence, Penninger, Penny 4, Penry 3, Peop(el/le)s, Phelps, Phifer 6, Philips, Phillips, Pickler 5, Picler, Pierce, Pinkerton 4, Pinkston 22, Pit(t)man 3, Plaster, Pless 3, Plum(m)er 4, Pool 8, Poole 3, Porter 6, Poston 4, Pot(t)s 11, Powel/l, Powl(a/e)s, 5, Prather 3, Price 3, Pro/e, Propst, Pruitt, Pue/Pugh, Pyron, Queen, Ra(i)n(e)y 5, Rams(a/e)y 7, Rape/r 3, Rar(e/r)y, Rary 3, Ratt(s/z), Ray 3, Reaves, Reavis 4, Redwine 8, Reed 24, Rees/e, Reeves 5, Regan 3, Reid, Rendleman, Renshaw 12, Repult 3, Rex 4, Reynolds, Rib(a/e)l(e)in 6, Rice 12, Richardson 4, Richy, Rickard 3, Rick(a/e)t/s, Ridd(el/le)5, Ridenhour, Ridings, Rig(g)an, Riley 3, Rimer 9, Rintleman, Ritch(e)y 7, Robards, Ronens(e/o)n, Robert/s 13, Robins 3, Robinson 5, Robison 18, Robley, Roblin/g 6, Rodgers 5, Rogers 13, Rominger 3, Rose 3, Roseb(o)rough 3, Roseman 6, Ross 7, Rothrock, Rough/y 10, Rouns(a/e)val/l 3, Rowzee 3, Rudder/s 3, Rufty, Rumple 4, Rusher 3, Russel/l 7, Rutherford, Rutledge, Rymer 3, Seafor(d/t), Sewell 3, Sh(e/i)rr(e/i) 4, Simmon/s 3, Simpson, Simr(e/i)l, Simson, Sink, Sloan 3, Sm(a/e)ther, Smith 58, Smoot, Snider 4, Snow 4, Sossaman, Sour/3, Sparks 4, Speaks, Spo(o)land, Spurgin, Stagner 3, Stanfdy, Starns, Steel 5, Steele 4, Steph(a/e)ns, Stevenson 3, Stewart 3, Sti(y)rewalt 4, Stokes, Stoner, Stor(e)y, Strange, Stuart 7, Sumner, Swan/n, Swinford, Swink 12, Tacke(r/), Tall(e)y, Taylor, Taylor 14, Teague 6, Teal, Temples, Templeton 4, Ten(n)(e/i)(r)son 3, Tharp/s, Thomas 16, Thomas(s)on 10, Thompson 32, Thomson 4, Tow, Towel 3, Townsl(e)y 5, Trexler 16, Trott, Troutman 8, Troy, Tucker 6, Turner 7, Tyler, Upright, Vandeve(e)r, Vane(a/e)ton, Varner 3, Veaton, Verb(a/.e)l, Verble 8, Vic(k)(a/e)rs Wacaster, Wade 3, Waggoner 4, Walk 4, Walker 15, Wall4, Wallace 3, Walla(m/m), Waller 9, Walton 9, Warner, Watson 7, Weant 5, West 3, White 8, Whiteacre 6, Wier, Wilhelm, Williams 47, Williamson 5, Williford, Willis 12, Wil(l)son 3, Winecoff, Wingler 3, Win(n)ingham, Wise 7, Wiseman 5, Wood 19, Woods 11, Woodson, Wool(e/i)ver3, Workman, Wright 9, W(o/u)rmington, Wyatt 4, Yarbrough 7, Yeo(u)st, Yost 3, Young 17, Yount(s/z), You(st)(tz). This concludes this listing of the grooms marrying in Rowan County, North Carolina. I was astonished at how many surnames did not make the list because there were not two entries that were spelled the same, I "patched" as many together as I could for you, but some.of the spelling really was atrocious in the original documents.  Just because a person could say his name that does not necessarily mean that he did so in such a way that the person doing the writing knew, without a doubt, how to spell that name. Noisy backgrounds, poor articulation, and poorly fitting or no false teeth + poor hearing has ruined many a good name.   

 



 

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CRAZY CRATE 113 - AUGUST 16, 2011  PART 2! 


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4.___________________________________

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