Historical Counties
Albemarle (1664-1689) NCGenWeb
~~Badham Family Genealogical Notes
Bath (1696-1739) NCGenWeb
>>>Archdale Precinct: Archdale 1705, from Bath became Craven in 1712 NCGenWeb
>>>Wickham Precinct: of Bath NCGenWeb
Bute (1764 - 1779) NCGenWeb
Cherokee Reservation aka "Qualla Boundary" Dee Gibson-Roles, CC
Clarendon (1654 - 1667) NCGenWeb
Dobbs (1758-1791) NCGenWeb
~~Lt. Francis Harper, Sr. Family Bible Records References the Daughters of the American Revolution; mentions Lieutenant in the Revolutionary War
~~John and Edith Mewborn Bible Records  
Glasgow (1791-1799) NCGenWeb
Tryon (1769-1779) Derick Hartshorn, CC
District of Washington (formed 1777) Now a part of Washington Co., TN
Tennessee Counties Originally in North Carolina State Library of North Carolina
~~History & Records Relating to Tennessee in NC NC State Archives Digital Collections
State of Franklin (1784) The lost State that never was- from the NC History Project
The Five Provincial Congresses
The Lost Colony

A few of the maps are available for viewing:
A General Map of Carolina. Describing its Sea Coast and Rivers (Positive photostat) (1672)
A New Description of Carolina By Order of the Lords Proprietors (Positive photostat) (ca. 1671)
A New Description of Carolina. Sold by Tho: Basset in Fleet Street. and Ric: Chiswell in St. Pauls Churchyard (1676)
A New Map of Carolina (Positive photostat) (1687)
A New Mapp of Carolina (1698)
A Map of Carolana and of the River Meschacebe (Positive photostat) (1722)
Carolina (Photograph) (1729)

Bible Records

A few sample Bible Records which can be found in the NC Family Records Online

There are many, many more on their Searchable database

Aventsville (Nash Co)

~~James Henry Robertson Bible Records


Bethel (Perquimans Co)

~~George Baker Family Bible

Document contains a letter from Charles R. Holloman authenticating the Bible records, and the records have been notarized, as well. Letter also includes a list of family names appearing in the document

Company Shops now Burlington (Alamance Co.)
~~Bryan Simpson Family Bible

Transcription; contains several references to the Civil War and Confederate soldiers.

Crop Hill (Moore Co)
~~George C. and Margaret McNeill Graves Bible  

Gilbert Town (Rutherford Co.)

~~John Gray and Mary Louise McDowell Bynum Bible Records

The Comprehensive Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments, According to the Authorized Versionpublished by Andrus & Judd [1826]

Goshen (Wilkes Co)
~~Montgomery Family Bible

Major in the Confederate Army; Important railroad employee

Haymount (Cumberland Co.)
~~G. W. I. and Hattie Johnson Goldston Family Bible Written in: The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments published by the American Bible Society, 1856
Leaksville (Rockingham Co.)
~~Baker - Busick Family Bible

Wilmore's New Analytical Reference Bible Containing the Following Four Invaluable Aids to the Proper Study of the Word of God; The Holy Bible, With Marginal Notes and Analytical References

Mount Pisgah (Rutherford Co.)
~~Daniel and Antoinette McFarland McLeod Family Bible

The Testament of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ: Translated out of the Original Greek...printed by the American Bible Society, 1867. Includes obituary clipping

Poplar Grove (Pasquotank Co)
~~Hinton Family Bible Records

William Smith Hinton was a member of House of Commons; Page 43 contains an obituary of Uncle Jerry Hinton, one of the oldest living African-American men in Raleigh.; Pages 44-47 contain newspaper clippings related to the death of N.C. Governor Elias Carr

Swift Island (Montgomery Co.)
~~Cyrus Junius Knight Bible Records

Information from three different Knight Family Bibles.

Triangle (Lincoln Co)
~~Ramsaur - Shuford Bible Records  
Historical or Renamed Cities/Towns
Elizabeth City was first called Redding, which was established in 1793. Redding was changed to Elizabeth Town in 1794, and Elizabeth Town


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Last updated:  January 16, 2016

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