Misc. Newspaper Abstracts
mentioning Lincoln Co. Surnames


Charlotte Democrat Abstracts Friday, April 25, 1890

  • -Died at Reinhardt, on the 19th inst., Mr. Archibald LANEY, one of the oldest citizens of Lincoln county.

Charlotte Journal, (Mecklenburg Co, NC) September 19, 1843

  • -Married in Lincoln county, on the 30th ult., by Robert ALEXANDER, Esq., Mr. Henry GASTON to Miss Mary MOORE.

    -On the same day (30th ult.), by the Rev. Mr. HOLLIDAY, Mr. Benjamin MORRIS to Miss Caroline RANKIN, both of Lincoln.

    -On the same day (30th ult.), by David BAILEY, Esq., Mr. James RUSS, sen., of Lincolnton, to Miss Hannah THOMAS, of CLEVELAND.

    -On the 31st ult., by David BAILEY, Esq., Mr. David LACKEY to Miss Mary BOGGS.


Charlotte Journal, (Mecklenburg Co, NC) October 24, 1843

  • -Married in Lincoln county, on the 12th instant, by the Rev. S. L. WATSON, Col. Sam'l. N. STOWE to Miss Margaret M. HOLLAND.

Charlotte Journal (Mecklenburg Co, NC), March 29, 1846

  • -Married in Lincoln Co, NC, on the 10th inst., by the Rev. Mr. DANIEL, Mr. Amos MORRIS, to Miss Mary E., daughter of William DAVENPORT, Esq.

Charlotte Journal (Mecklenburg Co, NC), May 15, 1846

  • -Married in Cheraw, on the 23rd ult., by the Rev. James STACEY, the Rev. Albert M. SHIPP of Lincoln County to Miss Mary Jane GILLESPIE.

Charlotte Journal (Mecklenburg Co, NC), September 18, 1846

  • -Married in Lincoln County, on the 8th instant, by the Rev. A. D. WATTS, Dr. Isaac WILSON, of Mecklenburg County, to Miss R. J. McLEAN, daughter of Dr. William McLEAN, of Lincoln County.

Monroe Enquirer, (Union Co, NC) Saturday, June 19, 1880

  • -Mr. John C. PUETT, son of Rev. J. W. PUETT, a former resident of this place, was married in Dallas, N.C. on the 10th inst., to Miss Mary L. FRONEBARGER.

Contributed by Julie Hampton Ganis
Julie Hampton Ganis [JGANIS@prodigy.net]
October 12, 1999
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