The Trading Path

By , January 14, 2011

 

The Trading Path Genealogical Society Journal

The Trading Path is the name of the quarterly journal that is put out by and for the members of the Durham-Orange Genealogical Society.  It is published four times a year and is available to our Members Only at no additional cost.  Members are welcome to submit articles to The Trading Path via email or snail mail. Please contact Rob and Cathy Elias at TradingPath at aol dot com if you would like to submit an article to be published in the journal.  Electronic copies of The Trading Path journal are available to view and download from our Members Only Page.  Table of Contents of current and back issues of journals can be viewed below.

If you would like to become a member of the Durham-Orange Genealogical Society and receive your own copy of The Trading Path Journal, please fill out our membership form from the Membership Page and mail it in along with a check for $20.00 (yearly dues) to:

Durham-Orange Genealogical Society
PO Box 4703
Chapel Hill, NC 27515-4703


 

Table of Contents

 

Volume 1, Number 1 (Winter 1990)

  • About Our Name, The Trading Path
  • The Southern Quaker Migration
  • Research in Other States: Virginia, Land and Property
  • The Durham County Library: The North Carolina Collection
  • The Durham Family History Center: An Introduction to the International Genealogical Index

Volume 1, Number 2 (Spring 1990)

  • Volunteers for the Family History Center
  • Research in Other States: Georgia, Land and Property
  • The Durham Family History Center: The Parish and Vital Records List
  • The Trading Path Databases
  • Surnames
  • Members

Volume 1, Number 3 (Summer 1990)

  • Tennessee – Military Records
  • North Carolina Vital Records
  • Family History Center News
  • African American Family History Day
  • Member Research
  • Ancestor Charts
  • Index

Volume 1, Number 4 (Fall 1990)

  • Perestroika, German Reunification, and the Search for Ancestors
  • Genealogical Tip
  • Items of Interest from The Durham Daily Sun
  • A Member Writes
  • Ancestor Charts

Volume 2, Number 1 (Winter 1991)

  • A Treasure Trove of Letters
  • The Family Bible of John Neville and Emily Lloyd
  • More Items of Interest from The Durham Daily Sun
  • Orange County “Negro Cohabitation Certificates,” 1866-1868
  • Freedmans Marriage Record
  • Member Ancestor Charts

Volume 2, Number 2 (Spring 1991)

  • Expanded Data on Mary Jane Harris
  • Durham Tobacco Plant Weekly
  • Durham
  • Guardianship Form, Orange County
  • Orange County Orphan Bonds
  • Hillsboro Recorder Weekly
  • List of Letters Remaining in the Post Office in Hillsborough, NC  March 31, 1820
  • “Negro Cohabitation Certificates” (cont. from Winter issue)
  • From the Bookshelf
  • Morgan P. Gibbs Family Bible
  • Clayton P. Mann family chart

Volume 2, Number 3 (Summer 1991)

  • Robert Abercrombie of North Carolina
  • Orange County Orphan Bonds (cont. from Spring issue)
  • From the Bookshelf
  • Harris Family Bible
  • Bobby Eugene Honeycutt family chart
  • Maplewood Cemetery

Volume 2, Number 4 (Fall 1991)

  • Untangling the Anderson Family
  • “He Was Justified,” Durham Daily Sun, April 8, 1912
  • Orange County Orphan Bonds (cont.)
  • From the Bookshelf
  • Maplewood Cemetery (cont.)
  • Florence Lockhart Foster family chart

Volume 3, Number 1 (Winter 1992)

  • Two Faces of Scotland
  • Our Members Write
  • Carrington Cemetery, Mississippi
  • Administrative Bonds, Orange County
  • From the Bookshelf
  • A List of Taxables and Taxable Property in the Town of Hillsborough for the Year 1794
  • Peggy Rudd McAndrew family chart
  • A List of the Taxable Property for Saint Marks District  for the Year 1794
  • Goodwin Family Photo

Volume 3, Number 2 (Spring 1992)

  • Patterson’s Mill Country Store
  • Taxable Property in St. Mary’s District, Orange County, N.C., 1780
  • Administrative Bonds, Orange County
  • Probate Court October 1868, Orange County
  • From the Bookshelf
  • Bits and Pieces from The Hillsborough Recorder
  • Ralph Louis Cole family chart
  • Orders and Decrees of Probate Court March 1869, Orange County
  • Photo from the Durham Photo Archives

Volume 3, Number 3 (Summer 1992)

  • Have You Finished Your Family History?
  • Nichols Family Bible
  • William Doak Woods, bio
  • Stephen Moore Cemetery
  • Mount Tirzah United Methodist Church
  • Information on Williams and Gibbs
  • Excerpts from The Hillsborough Recorder
  • From the Bookshelf
  • Bible Records of Thomas Lambert Jordan
  • James Enoch Sykes family chart
  • Photo of Watts Hospital

Volume 3, Number 4 (Fall 1992)

  • Taxable Property of the Inhabitants of St. Marks District,
  • Orange County, September, 1780
  • Appointments of Postmasters
  • Voices from the Field …Eddie L. Smith & Ben Patrick
  • Durham County Cemetery Survey
  • Maxims for Young Men (The Woodville, MS Republican)
  • From the Bookshelf
  • Barbecue Church
  • Pat Stansbury family chart

Volume 4, Number 1 (Winter 1993)

  • When Was That? (A Brief History of Time)
  • Area’s Churches Placed in Historical Perspective
  • Mount Bethel United Methodist Church, Bahama, NC
  • Ancient Knap of Reeds Baptist Church
  • St. Philip’s Episcopal Church, 1878 Harold Parker
  • Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, a Short History
  • From the Bookshelf
  • Orange County Church Records on Microfilm
  • Still Seeking Information on Old Orange County Churches
  • Photo of West Durham Methodist Church

Volume 4, Number 2 (Spring 1993)

  • From The Hillsborough Recorder, June 14, 1820
  • Cole Burials, Pleasant Green Cemetery
  • Cole Burials, Cedar Hill Cemetery
  • The Little River Presbyterian Church Pat Hutchings
  • Surnames Found in the Little River Cemetery
  • Mrs. Molly Markum, obituary
  • Orange United Methodist Church, Chapel Hill
  • From the Bookshelf
  • Indenture, Thomas Ross to Dorris Ross, 1818
  • PO Abbreviations
  • Church Records on Microfilm in the NC State Archives
  • Janice Pile Lee family chart
  • Photo of Alice Valeria Wrenn Powell

Volume 4, Number 3 (Summer 1993)

  • Mrs. Mason Hurt (Durham Daily Sun, 1890)
  • The Family of Joseph Stubbins, Sr. & Elizabeth Beckwith
  • Thomas Burke, Patriot
  • Rufus Johnson Makes Living in Ancient Chatham Tannery
  • The Durning Family
  • From the Bookshelf
  • More Church Records in the State Archives
  • What Does It Mean? … Wynette Parks Haun
  • Ethel Mae Dorrity Kaplon family chart
  • Chatham/Cheatham/Chittam
  • Photo of Nat Wrenn with his sons

Volume 4, Number 4 (Fall 1993)

  • The Geneal Board … Allen Dew
  • Appointments of Postmasters, Durham County, 1877-1929
  • From the Bookshelf
  • NC Central University Library … Carrie McNair
  • Our Members Write
  • John E. Clark Dies, 1941
  • Durham Daily Sun, August 20, 1896
  • Photo of Paul M. & Lucy Barringer Phillips and children

Volume 5, Number 1 (Winter 1994)

  • Notes on Two Richard Williams Families of Orange Co.
  • How to Use Your Local Public Library
  • Thoughts for Researchers
  • Cane Creek Baptist Church, Orange Co., NC
  • Two Grave Markers at Gilgal Methodist Church Near Due West, SC
  • Photo of the Hope Valley Bus

Volume 5, Number 2 (Spring 1994)

  • A New Seminary (from The Hillsborough Recorder, 1820)
  • Orange County 1880 Federal Census, Special Schedules of Manufacturers Nos. 5 & 6, Lumber Mills & Saw Mills
  • Agricultural Schedule: Hillsboro Twp. – 8 June 1880
  • 1860 Federal Census, Schedule 4 – Productions of Agriculture in Orange Co., NC
  • Durham!  The Queen of Central North Carolina  (Daily Sun, 1896)
  • From the Bookshelf
  • African American Genealogy : a Selected Bibliography
  • “Genealogist” (poem)
  • Family Group Medical Chart
  • From the Files of Roger Babson Foushee
  • Photo of Dunnegan child

Volume 5, Number 3 (Summer 1994)

  • Orange County Poor House Records, Nov. 1856-Sept. 1857
  • Durham City Directory, 1887 – list of categories
  • Index of Names in the 1920 Federal Census for Cedar Grove Twp.,
  • Orange County, NC
  • Cedar Grove Township (map)
  • Map of northern portion of Orange County in 1991

Volume 5, Number 4 (Fall 1994)

  • The N.C. Newspaper Project
  • From the Bookshelf
  • Index of Names in the 1920 Federal Census for Hillsboro Twp
  • Orange County, NC
  • More in the Mail
  • Photo of Union Station, Durham, North Carolina

Volume 6, Number 1 (Winter 1995)

  • About Our Name, The Trading Path (reprinted from vol. 1)
  • From the Bookshelf
  • Index of Names in the 1920 Federal Census for the Town of Hillsboro, Orange County, NC
  • Ancestors of Critcher, Pattie Myrtle Duke
  • Ancestors of Veazey, Lexie Ervin
  • Reunion Notice: Veasey-Veazey Family

Volume 6, Number 2 (Spring 1995)

  • Black Women United: a Look at Black Club Women in Durham,
  • NC, 1917-1953
  • Orange County Poor House Records
  • Index of Names in the 1920 federal Census for Little River Twp.,
  • Orange County, NC
  • Photo of the Murphys
  • Photo of Laurence Davis Williams

Volume 6, Numbers 3&4 (Summer/Fall 1995)

  • Autobiography of Mrs. John Wilkes, Charlotte, NC
  • Photos: Southern Conservatory of Music, Durham, NC
  • Book Reviews
  • Orange County Poor House Records
  • Ancestors of Louise T. Overton
  • Index of Names in the 1920 Federal Census for White Cross Precinct, Bingham Twp., Orange County, NC
  • The Armstrong Family Cemetery in Orange County, NC
  • Sergeant Samuel Gilston, North Carolina Line

Volume 7, Number 1 (Winter 1996)

  • Index of Names in the 1920 Federal Census for Cheeks Township, Orange County, North Carolina
  • North Carolina Tax Laws through 1779
  • Orange County 1779 Tax List, part 1:  A-E

Volume 7, Number 2 (Spring 1996)

  • Research Information for Orange County, North Carolina
  • Orange County 1779 Tax List, part 2: F-N
  • Index of Names in the 1920 Federal Census for Eno Township, Orange County, North Carolina
  • Doubtless the Chamber of Commerce Needed to Get Busy …..

Volume 7, Number 3 (Summer 1996)

  • Index 0f Names in the 1920 Federal  Census for the Second Part of Cedar Grove Township,  Orange County, North Carolina
  • Corrections to the previously published 1920 Census Index for Orange County
  • Book Reviews
  • North Carolina Research: Genealogy and Local History, 2nd ed.
  • Abstracts of Giles County, Tennessee: County Court Minutes, 1813-1816 and Circuit
  • Court Minutes, 1813-1816
  • You Ought to Write All that Down: A Guide to Organizing and Writing Genealogical
  • Narrative
  • Orange County 1779 Tax List, part 3: O-Z and Those Failing to List

Volume 7, Number 4 (Fall 1996)

  • Index of Names in the 1920 Federal Census for Cates Precinct, Bingham Township, Orange
  • County, North Carolina
  • British Tories or Revolutionary Whigs in Colonial Piedmont, North Carolina
  • Three-fold and Four-fold Taxes: Tax Law Exceptions in Revolutionary North Carolina
  • My Weeks‑Harrell‑Montgomery Dilemma: Research in Progress
  • Fillers:  Say What? and Margaret Walls, 1747‑1846

Volume 8, Number 1 (Winter 1997)

  • Index of Names in the 1920 Census for Part of Chapel Hill Township, Orange County, North Carolina
  • Dunnagans Mill Creek
  • Death Notices from the Durham Sun Newspaper, 1890-1925, Part 1, A-B
  • Ella Burroughs Trice, 101 years old
  • Pious or Precocious?
  • Death by Intemperance

Volume 8, Number 2 (Spring 1997)

  • Index of Names in the 1920 Federal Census for Part of Chapel Hill Township, Orange County,   North Carolina
  • Pre-1790 North Carolina Census and Tax List Indexes: A Comparison
  • Death Notices from the Durham Sun Newspaper – 1890 to 1925, Part 2: C-D
  • The Panama Canal

Volume 8, Number 3 (Summer 1997)

  • Index of Names in the 1920 Federal Census for Part of Chapel Hill Township, Orange County,    North Carolina
  • Extracts to Bradfords from County Records of Orange County, North Carolina
  • Death Notices from the Durham Sun Newspaper – 1890 to 1925, Part 3: E-Hi

Volume 8, Number 4 (Fall 1997)

  • Corrections to the Previously Published 1920 Census Listings for Orange County
  • More Extracts Relating to Bradfords from County Records of Orange and Nearby Counties,
  • North Carolina
  • The Will of James Miles
  • Death Notices from the Durham Sun Newspaper – 1890 to 1925, Part 4: Ho-Mo

Volume 9, Number 1 (Winter 1998)

  • Letter of Introduction of William P. Miles of Orange County
  • Tinnin-Murray Bible Record
  • Death Notices from the Durham Sun Newspaper – 1800-1925, Part 5: Mu-S
  • 1925 Sanford Mine Disaster, extracts from the Durham Sun

Volume 9, Number 2 (Spring 1998)

  • Index – Orange County Inventories, Sales and Accounts of Estates: 1849-1856
  • A  Guide to the Microfilms of Orange County, North Carolina, Inventories, Sales and Accounts
  • of Estate Records
  • Death Notices from the Durham Sun Newspaper – 1890 to 1925, Part 6: T-Y (the end)

Volume 9, Number 3 (Summer 1998)

  • Index – Orange County Inventories, Sales and Accounts of Estates: 1856-1865
  • Hall-Wynne Funeral Home Records, Part 1: 1908 (part), 1911
  • The Descendants of Littleberry Roach, Sr. of Ireland and Virginia Who Lived in Orange County, North Carolina

Volume 9, Number 4 (Fall 1998)

  • Orange County Registrar of Deeds Retires
  • Hall-Wynne Funeral Home Records, Part 2: 1912-1913
  • Durham Casualties in the “Big Battle,” September 29, 1918
  • Tilly Family
  • A Floor Goes Down Suddenly

Volume 10, Number 1 (Winter 1999)

  • A Letter from the President
  • Genealogical Abstracts from The Truth
  • Local Men in WWI
  • Publications by D-OGS members
  • Hall-Wynne Funeral Home Records, Part 3: Jan-May, 1914
  • Please Help Make North Carolina’s Archives Material Available
  • D-OGS Proposed Bylaws Changes

Volume 10, Number 2 (Spring 1999)

  • Orange County Sheriff’s Sale, August, 1823
  • Dead Letter Lists from the Hillsborough Recorder, 1820
  • Genealogical Abstracts from The Truth, Vol. 1, No 3, April, 1884
  • Hall-Wynne Funeral Home Records, Part 4: June-Dec, 1914
  • World War I Letter from Tom Knight
  • D-OGS Proposed Bylaws Changes

Volume 10, Number 3 (Summer 1999)

  • Genealogical Abstracts from The Truth, Vol. 1, No. 4, May, 1884
  • World War I Recruitment, as Reported in the Durham Morning Herald
  • A Fatal Funeral
  • James McLennan in WWI Convoy

Volume 10, Number 4 (Fall 1999)

  • Freedmen’s Marriage Records, Orange County, North Carolina, 1866-1868, Part 1: 1866, A-D
  • Genealogical Abstracts from The Truth, Vol. 1, June 1884
  • When Works Pass into the Public Domain
  • Draft Registration List for Durham, 1917, Part 1: 1-550 (Abele through Cates, plus one McBroom)

Volume 11, Number 1 (Winter 2000)

  • Freedmen’s Marriage Records, Orange County, North Carolina, 1866-1868, Part 2: 1866, D-K
  • Draft Registration List for Durham, 1917, Part 2: 551-1800 (Cates through Jones)
  • Genealogical Abstracts from The Truth, Vol. 1, No 7, July, 1884, part 1

Volume 11, Number 2 (Spring 2000)

  • Freedmen’s Marriage Records, Orange County, North Carolina, 1866-1868, Part 3: 1866, L-Ray
  • Genealogical Abstracts from The Truth, Vol. 1, No 7, July, 1884, part 2
  • Draft Registration List for Durham, 1917, Part 3: 1801-2989 (Jones – Ryder)
  • Dunnagan Query
  • Durham-Orange Genealogical Society Survey 2000

Volume 11, Number 3 (Summer 2000)

  • Greetings from the President
  • Mary Emeline Craig Diary, Part 1
  • Freedmen’s Marriage Records, Orange County, North Carolina, 1866-1868, Part 4: 1866, Reeves - Swain
  • Draft Registration List for Durham, 1917, Part 4: 2990-3889 (Sally-Tillman)

Volume 11, Number 4 (Fall 2000)

  • Mary Emeline Craig Diary, Part 2
  • Freedmen’s Marriage Records, Orange County, North Carolina, 1866-1868, Part 5: 1866, Tapp – Young, and 1867
  • Draft Registration List for Durham, 1917, Part 5: 3390-3900 (Tillman to end of list)

Volume 12, Number 1 (Winter 2001)

  • Progress Report on Digitization Project
  • Wake County Genealogical Society Meetings
  • Mary Emeline Craig Diary, Part 3
  • The Fitzgerald Cemetery
  • William Gaston Vickers, 1838-1924 and Vickers Estate Sale
  • U.S. Federal Census Indexes – 1910 Connecticut, a Review
  • D-OGS member volunteers to accept inquiries into her research library

Volume 12, Number 2 (Spring 2001)

  • Orange and Chatham Intrigue
  • The Pattersons of the Original Orange County, NC
  • The John Saunders Account Books
  • Mary Emeline Craig Diary, Part 4
  • New Genealogy-related books (April 2002) in the North Carolina Room at the Roxboro Street
  • branch of the Durham County Library
  • Extract from: Session Minutes & Church Records,  New Hope Presbyterian Church, Chapel Hill,
  • NC, Book 4, March 26, 1873 – April 8, 1906, p 92
  • Core Genealogical Journals

Volume 13 (Summer 2003)

  • 1930 Durham County Census
  • Old Durham Names
  • Peed-Tilley Sisters and the Durham Curb Market
  • Cooking Cakes Saved the Homestead
  • In Memory of Glenn Johnson
  • Little River Presbyterian Church
  • Reverend John Archibald McMannen
  • Print Periodicals: A Fresh Look
  • Orange County’s New Hope Settlement – Part I
  • The Tobacco Plant
  • Daniel Webster’s Dictionary: 1850
  • Thomas Lindley, Patriot
  • “Extra Relatives”…and What To Do With Them

Volume 14, Number 1 (Winter 2004)

  • Pen & Ink: Comments from our Society President
  • Orange County’s New Hope Settlement, Part II
  • 1930 Orange County Census
  • Surnames
  • The Tobacco Plant
  • Turner Family Burying Grounds
  • Orange County Deeds
  • A Story Unfolds
  • Colonel John Pyle, MD
  • A Contemporaneous Addition
  • Daniel Webster’s Dictionary 1850
  • Captain William Bowling
  • Book Review: Remembering Durham
  • Census Day 1930
  • 1930 Durham County Census
  • Thomas Scarlett Family
  • Gatherings on Veazey Ridge
  • Rose of Sharon Baptist Church
  • Old Orange County Family History Day

Volume 14, Number 2 (Summer 2004)

  • Durham-Orange Genealogical Society 15th Anniversary
  • The Tobacco Plant
  • Freeland Genealogy in a Letter
  • Excerpts from A Church History
  • 1930 Orange County Census
  • Abstracting Deeds: The Genealogist’s Friend
  • Two Generations of the Carden Family
  • 1897 Durham  County Farmers and Land Owners
  • Orange County’s New Hope Settlement, Part III
  • Daniel Webster’s 1850 Dictionary
  • The Long Trip Home
  • The 18th Century Regulators
  • Meeting at Mangum’s Store
  • Index, Volume 14, nos. 1 and 2

Volume 15 (Winter 2008)

  • Reverend James O’Kelly: A Hero Among Us
  • Book Review: Diary of an Early American Boy
  • Origins of Welsh Surnames
  • Welsh Sayings
  • Honoring the Past, Preserving for the Future
  • How North Carolina Got Its Name and Nicknames
  • African-American Genealogy: Freedmen’s Bureau
  • Durham County Library’s North Carolina Collection
  • Say Again?
  • Excerpts from Durham Tobacco Plant
  • Durham Historic Photographic Archives
  • Lloyd Family of Orange County NC
  • Veazey Family Milestones
  • Orange County Land Records: Scarlett Family
  • Daughters of William Dunnagan
  • Rhyme or Reason, a Nostalgia Quiz
  • A Genealogical Codicil
  • Orange County Census, 1930
  • Orange County’s New Hope Settlement, Part IV
  • The Old North State: Did You Know?
  • Index Volume 15

Volume 16 (Spring 2008)

  • Digging for Tombstones: How I Ended Up Unearthing Some Graves in Florida, Missouri
  • Recollection of Harvest Days
  • Scots-Irish in North Carolina
  • Book Review: Forensic Genealogy
  • In Memoriam: Pat Hutchings and Weynette Parks Haun
  • Finding the Records: Planning an Effective Repository Visit
  • Local Repositories: Durham County Register of Deeds
  • The Old North State, Did You Know?
  • From the Archives: Land for Sale in Orange County
  • Excerpts from Durham Tobacco Plant
  • Wright’s Automatic Machinery Company
  • Ancestral Places: Orange County’s New Hope Settlement, Part V
  • 1939 Register of Virginia Military Institute Cadets from Selected Local Areas
  • Rhyme or Reason, a Nostalgia Quiz and Other Pleasantries
  • Durham County Farmers and Land Owners, Part 2
  • Pleasant Green Methodist Episcopal Church, Part 2
  • Orange County Census, 1930
  • Index, Volume 16

Volume 17 (Summer 2008)

  • Memories of Home
  • Appalachian English, an Archaic Variety
  • Love Spills Over Into Her Garden
  • Two Faces of Scotland
  • Excerpts from Durham Tobacco Plant
  • Olivia Raney Local History Library
  • The Old North State, Did You Know?
  • Thoughts on Being Scottish
  • Excerpts from Hillsborough Recorder
  • History of the Amed Tilley Home and Farm
  • North Carolina State Archives
  • Research Tip
  • Rhyme or Reason
  • Durham County Farmers and Landowners, Part 3
  • Old Soldier’s Home Residents in 1900 and 1910
  • Orange County’s New Hope Settlement, Part VI
  • Orange County Census, 1930
  • Index, Volume 17

Volume 18 (Fall 2008)

  • Steven Logan Veasey, a Tribute
  • Old Durham Traditions, a Tribute
  • Dr. Edwin Kelsey Regen, a Powerful Preacher
  • Genealogical Resources in the State Library of North Carolina
  • Checklist of Census Substitutes
  • Census Secrets
  • Extracts from The Hillsborough Recorder
  • Extracts from The Durham Tobacco Plant
  • Wilson Library, UNC Special Collections
  • The Plight of the Carolina Huguenots, Part 1
  • Our Hidden Ancestors
  • More about the Veasy Family
  • Reading Widely For Fun and Profit
  • The Old North State
  • Daisy McMannen Turner Pays 1907 Taxes
  • Rhyme or Reason
  • Orange County’s New Hope Settlement, Part VII
  • Life a Century Age: Cleaning Your Cellar
  • Durham County Farmers and Landowners
  • Epitaphs from England
  • Hillsborough’s Bingham School in the 1870 Census
  • Index, Volume 18

Volume 19, Number 1 (Winter 2009)

  • Pen and Ink: The Orange County Library
  • Coconut Cake and Sour Pickles
  • Moving Doctor Durham
  • The Pinhook Settlement
  • Genealogical Research in Duke’s Perkins Library
  • Extracts from The Hillsborough Recorder
  • Extracts from Durham Tobacco Plant
  • Reading the Trice Family Bible
  • The Plight of the Carolina Huguenots, Part 1
  • Rhyme or Reason
  • Tools Your Ancestors Might Have Used, Part 2
  • Orange County’s New Hope Settlement, Part 8
  • Index Volume 19, No 1

Volume 19, Number 2 (Spring 2009)

  • Paul Hollinghurst, in Memoriam
  • Blue Denim & Blue Devils, Durham in 1892
  • A Visit to the Midwest Genealogy Center
  • Early History of the Allison Family Line
  • Obituary for Squire Alfred Moore Veazey
  • Obituary for Margaret Frances Umstead Veazey
  • North Carolina Quakers, Part 1
  • Book Review: The Hornet’s Nest by Jimmy Carter
  • Extracts from The Hillsborough Recorder
  • Extracts from Durham Tobacco Plant
  • Charles Dunnagan, Sr. of Orange County, North Carolina
  • The Old North State
  • The Welsh in North Carolina
  • Prince Madoc, the Welshman
  • Tools Your Ancestors Might Have Used, Part 2
  • Rhyme or Reason
  • The Dilemma of Nicknames, Part 1
  • Durham Morning Herald Index, 1930-1969 Surnames A-Al
  • Index Volume 19, No. 2

Volume 19, Number 3 (Summer 2009)

  • Pen and Ink: Historical Newspaper Project
  • The Southern Conservatory of Music, in Durham
  • North Carolina Quakers, Part 2
  • The Turrentine-Ray Family Bible
  • The Trial of the Slave, Anderson –1846
  • Searching for Turrentines
  • Extracts from the Hillsborough Recorder
  • Extracts from the Durham Tobacco Plant
  • WWI Distinguished Service Cross Recipients: North Carolina
  • The Old North State…Did You Know?
  • The Dilemma of Nicknames, Part 2
  • Robert Abercrombie of North Carolina
  • Care of Horses, 1917
  • Household Hints from 1915
  • Durham Morning Herald Index, 1930-1969, Surnames Al-An
  • Index Volume 19, No 3

Volume 19, Number 4 (Fall 2009)

  • Pen and Ink: Writing the Stories
  • My Journey Home
  • The Will of Deborah Turrentine
  • The Will of Samuel Turrentine, Sr
  • The Will of Samuel Turrentine, Jr
  • The Will of Nancy Wilson Turrentine
  • The Will of Daniel Turrentine
  • The Will of Frank McMannen
  • Nannie’s Story
  • The Purchase of the Slave Phillip
  • Extracts from The Hillsborough Recorder
  • Extracts from Durham Tobacco Plant
  • More WWI Distinguished Service Cross Recipients (NC)
  • “In Flanders Fields,” Lt. Col. John McCrae
  • “America’s Answer,” R.W. Lillard
  • North Carolina Maps
  • The Old North State … did you know?
  • Historical Newspapers Online
  • Durham Morning Herald Index, 1930-1969, Surnames An-Ba
  • Medical Advice from the 19th Century: Exercise
  • When Was That? A Brief History of Time
  • Index Volume 19, No. 4

Volume 20, Number 1 (Winter 2010)

  • Pen and Ink “The Chosen”
  • Trains, Trolleys and Cars: How Transportation Affected Durham’s Neighborhoods
  • “Orange MarmaladeTales of Old Orange County:” Mathew McCauley of Orange
  • North Carolina and the WPA
  • Newspaper Extracts from The Hillsborough Recorder
  • Newspaper Extracts from The Durham Tobacco Plant
  • A Visit to Camp Fisher: A letter from Rev John Archibald McMannen
  • The History of Erwin Road
  • Black Women United: A Look at Black Club Women in Durham, NC 1917-53
  • Durham Morning Herald Index, 1930-1969, Surnames Ba to Be
  • Name Index to Volume 20, No 1

Volume 20, Number 2 (Spring 2010)

  • Pen and Ink: Opportunities to Continue Your Genealogical Education
  • Braxton Bynum Lloyd, Country Doctor
  • Johnnie Ema Veazey Hall
  • Obituary for Johnnie Ema Veazey Hall
  • Obituary for Atlas Monroe Hall
  • “Orange Marmalade…Tales of Old Orange County:” Reminiscences of Slavery Days
  • Court System of North Carolina Before the Revolution
  • Interesting Facts About The Old North State
  • Newspaper Extracts from The Hillsborough Recorder
  • Newspaper Extracts from The Durham Tobacco Plant
  • Proposed Immigration of German Refugee Children
  • North Carolina in World War II
  • Volunteers From The Durham-Raleigh  Area Who Served In The Spanish-American War (1st Regiment)
  • Notes From the 2010 NGS Conference
  • Durham Morning Herald Index, Be
  • Volume 20, No 2 Surname Index

Volume 20, Number 3 (Summer 2010)

  • Pen and Ink: War of 1812 Pension Records
  • Roof Top to Bus Stop
  • “Orange Marmalade…Tales of Orange County: Bruce Strowd of Chapel Hill
  • The History of New Hope Road
  • NGS Conference Announcement
  • Newspaper Extracts from The Hillsborough Recorder
  • Newspaper Extracts from The Tobacco Plant
  • Those Mysterious Manuscript Materials
  • Table Etiquette, 100 Years Ago
  • The Origins of North Carolina County Names
  • Volunteers from the Durham-Raleigh Area Who Served in the
  • Spanish-American War (2nd and 3rd Regiments)
  • Colored Troops in the Spanish-American War
  • Durham Morning Herald Index (cont’d) Bl-Bo
  • Volume 20, No. 3 Surname Index

Volume 20, Number 4 (Fall 2010)

  • Pen and Ink: Meet Our New President
  • The Role of Log Cabins in Colonial Times
  • Orange Marmalade, Tales of Orange County: That Old Time Religion
  • The Markums and the Founding of St Joseph AME Church
  • Area Churches Placed in Historical Perspective
  • Kitchen  Memories – Heavenly Pies to Candy Pulls
  • NGS Conference Announcement
  • Death of the Last Confederate Veteran in North Carolina
  • Newspaper Extracts from The Hillsborough Recorder
  • Newspaper Extracts fromThe Durham Tobacco Plant
  • Letters from the Great War
  • Book Review: Silent Night, The Story of the World War I Christmas Truce
  • Local Men in World War I
  • North Carolina in World War I
  • In the Kitchen During the Great Depression
  • Durham Morning Herald Index (cont’d)
  • Volume 20, No 4 Surname Index

Volume 21, Number 1 (Spring 2011)

  • Pen and Ink: Our Military Heritage, Preserving the Records from Our Files
  • NGS Conference Announcement
  • Grandma Went to Murphy School
  • Historic Stagville Plantation
  • History of the Eno River Valley
  • Fox Tales: Following Some Fox Trails
  • The Obituary of Bennett Hazell
  • Sallie Ethla Veazey Newton
  • Mount Bethel United Methodist Church, Bahama, North Carolina
  • Newspaper Extracts from The Hillsborough Recorder
  • Newspaper Extracts from The Tobacco Plant
  • Orange Marmalade—Tales of Orange County: Justice John Patterson of Orange County
  • The Will of John Patterson
  • The 1717 Bertie County, North Carolina, Will of Robert Patterson
  • The Slaves of Stagville
  • When Flesh and Blood Rained From the Sky
  • FGS Conference Announcement
  • Durham Morning Herald Index (cont’d)
  • Volume 21, No. 1 Surname Index

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