Resources: Books

A list of books and resources useful for Person County genealogical research.

Category

Subject

Citation, Comments

Photographs

Person County

The Library of Congress web site (www.loc.gov) provides an online photography collection that includes a number of photographs from Roxboro and Person County – all from the late 1930s.

History

African-American Churches

Upon this rock --! : historical sketches of African-American churches in Person County, North Carolina / assembled by New Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Roxboro, North Carolina. Roxboro, N.C. : The Church, c2000. 76 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm. (Record found in Library of Congress online catalog.)

Family

Moore, Abraham

Neuman, Sue Moore. The Abraham Moore family before and after Person County / by Sue Moore Neuman. [Glen Mills, PA] : S.M. Neuman, 1988. 12 leaves ; 30 cm. (Record found in Library of Congress online catalog.)

Family

Garrett / Tingen

Franklin, Leallah. Garrett Tingen descendants : early settler of Person County, North Carolina / by Leallah Franklin. Baltimore, MD : Gateway Press, 1989. vi, 406 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. (Record found in Library of Congress online catalog.) (Leallah Franklin 82 Camino de Los Padres Tucson, AZ 85718)

History

Roxboro High School

Masten, Katherine H. [from old catalog] Dear old Roxboro High; lyrics by Grace O. Clayton, music by Katherine H. Masten. [n.p., n.d.] p. cm. (Record found in Library of Congress online catalog.)

History

Lawson Chapel Baptist Church

The 125th anniversary of the Lawson Chapel Baptist Church. [Greensboro, N.C.] (1006 Arnold St., Greensboro, 27405) : [Johnson Print. & Pub. Co., 1997] 170 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm. (Record found in Library of Congress online catalog.)

Family

Betterton

Betterton, Priscilla. Betterton family tree / [compiled by Priscilla Betterton]. [Roxboro, N.C.] : P. Betterton, [1990?] 1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 28 cm. (Record found in Library of Congress online catalog.)

Biography

Brooks

Brooks, Aubrey Lee. A Southern Lawyer, Fifty Years at the Bar. Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 1950. 214 pages, with index.

Biography

Brooks

Brooks, Aubrey Lee. Selected Addresses of A Southern Lawyer, Fifty Years at the Bar. Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 1954. 165 pages.

Biography

Foushee

(Son of Alexander R Foushee). Howard Alexander Foushee, 1870-1916 : a collection of newspapers reports of his life and death and editorial comments thereon : also accounts of memorial services and a tribute by one of his teachers. [North Carolina? : s.n., 1916?] 43 p., [1] leaf of plates : port. ; 24 cm. Foushee, Howard Alexander, 1870-1916. State Library of North Carolina - Biography B F781H

Biography

Kitchin, W W

(Moved to Roxboro in 1888 to practice law. On December 22, 1892, Kitchin married Musette Satterfield of Roxboro, the daughter of Williams Clement Satterfield. Governor of North Carolina 1909–1913) William Walton Kitchin, see Dictionary of North Carolina Biography, Volume 3 H-K by Williams S. Powell, The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill and London.

Biography

Kitchin, W W

Hunter, Carey J., Governor Kitchin : the man and the principles that guide him / [North Carolina? : s.n., 1911?] 8 p. ; 23 cm. State Library of North Carolina

Biography

Kitchin, W W

North Carolina. Governor (1909-1913 : Kitchin), Inaugural address of William W. Kitchin, Governor of North Carolina : to the General Assembly, January 12, 1909. Raleigh, N.C. : E.M. Uzzell & Co., State Printers and Binders, 1909. 19 p. ; 23 cm. - State Library of North Carolina

Biography

Williamson

De Grummond, Jane Lucas, 1905-. Envoy to Caracas; the story of John G. A. Williamson, nineteenth-century diplomat. Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University Press [1951] E183.7 .W73 D4 / NC State Library - D.H. Hill Library

Biography

Williamson

Williamson, John Gustavus Adolphus, 1793-1840. Caracas diary, 1835-1840; the journal of John G. A. Williamson, first diplomatic representative to the United States to Venezuela. Edited by Jane Lucas de Grummond. Baton Rouge, La., Camellia Pub. Co. [1954] F2325 .W723 / N C State - D.H. Hill Library

Church

Antioch Baptist Church

 

Church

Beulah Baptist Association

Boswell, Ron. The Blessing of Beulah, A History of the Beulah Baptist Association of North Carolina. 1984. 240 pages. This book provides useful histories of the "missionary" Baptist churches in Person and Caswell Counties. Chapter titles are: The Background of Beulah (70 AD - 1800), The Beginning of Beulah (1800 - 1834), The Blossoming of Beulah (1834 - 1984), The Beliefs of Beulah (theology), The Bounty of Beulah (church histories), and The Best of Beulah (biographies). Today the member churches of the Beulah Baptist Church are members of the Southern Baptist Convention. In general, however, the roots of the older of these churches are in the Primitive Baptist faith. This background and the transition of these Person County Baptist Churches away from the Primitive Baptist faith is addressed in the book. No index is included.

Church

Flat River Church

Flat River Church (Person County, N.C.). / Records, 1786-1979. / 35 items (1.0 linear ft.). / Records of a Person County, N.C., Primitive Baptist Church, including minutes of monthly meetings, 1786-1979 (5 v.), scattered lists of members, rules, deeds, and miscellaneous business letters, and a Bible originally owned by Lewis Daniel (1782-1847), clerk of the Flat River Church, which records family births, deaths, and marriages, 1781-1857. / In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#1817).

Church

Lamberth Memorial Baptist Church

Lamberth Memorial Baptist Church Celebrates 100 Years of Ministry. 2003.

Church

Lea’s Chapel

Rose, Ben Lacy, Chapel on South Hyco : the story of Lea's Chapel United Methodist Church, Person County, North Carolina : 1750-2000 AD / Publisher Richmond, Va. : B.L. Rose, c2000. 81 p : ill. ; 22 cm. [Copy in the State Library of North Carolina, 109 East Jones St., Raleigh, NC, http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/index.html

Church

Long Memorial Methodist Church

Author: Boone, Paul Wendell, 1930- / Title: Understanding the hymns we sing in Long Memorial United Methodist Church, Roxboro, North Carolina [microfilm] / by Paul Wendell Boone. / Published: 1989. / Copy in Duke Music Library | Media Center Microforms | M1489 / Description: iv, 145 leaves, Thesis (doctoral)--Drew University, 1989.

Church

Long Memorial Methodist Church

Author: Long Memorial Methodist Church (Roxboro, N.C.). Committee on Church History. / Title: History of Long Memorial Methodist Church / Published: [Roxboro, n.p., 1966?] / Copy in Duke Divinity School Library | Pamphlet Collection / Description: 8 p. 14 x 22 cm.

Church

Wheelers Baptist Church

Wheelers Baptist Church (Person County, N.C.). / Minute books, 1791-1898. / 2 volumes (260, 204 p.). Minutes of congregational proceedings of Wheelers Baptist Church, Bushy Fork Township, Person County, N.C., including appointments, admission and dismissal of members, finances, church policies, and records of disciplinary actions./ Typed transcript copy available in the North Carolina Collection. / In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#1968).

Family

Banks / Turner

Styles, Marshall L. (Marshall Lee), Turner & Banks pioneer families of western North Carolina : descendants of Joseph and Mary Turner, descendants of Rachel Ruth Turner and Andrew E. Banks from 1738 to 2002 / Salem, MA : Higginson Book Company, c2002. 571 p. : ill., maps, ports. ; 29 cm. State Library of North Carolina

Family

Bennehan - Cameron

This book really addresses "old" Orange County but this was next door to Person County and provides useful regional history. Anderson, Jean Bradley. Piedmont Plantation, The Bennehan-Cameron Family Lands in North Carolina. Durham, NC. The Historic Preservation Society of Durham: 1985. ISBN: 0961557710.

Family

Bradsher

A History of THE BRADSHER FAMILY. By Eugenia Bradsher. This material was originally published in a Roxboro newspaper in 1949. It has been transcribed and posted in the Person County Archives by Martha Spencer. The link to the file is:
http://files.usgwarchives.net/nc/person/bios/brdshr06.txt

Family

Briggs, George

Briggs, George. Papers, 1837-1908 [manuscript]. Duke University Special Collections Library | 2nd 84:L. Description: 164 items. History notes: Farmer and Confederate soldier, from Hurdle Mills,
Person Co., N.C. Summary: Letters from family members concerning family matters; prices of farm products and slaves in North Carolina, Alabama, Kentucky, and Texas; the hardships suffered by Confederate soldiers, including a description of a hospital scene; social and religious activities in North Carolina, 1870-1900; and the experiences of an unnamed Baptist minister.

Family

Brooks

Longmire, Norma Lee. John Brooks and Some of His Descendants. 1977. 122 pages. Full index. This book starts with John Brooks who apparently moved from Lunenburg County, Virginia, to Halifax County, Virginia, to Caswell County, North Carolina. The first record of John Brooks in North Carolina is a dee3d dated September 3, 1781 for 415 acres of land from Artha Brooks. This and subsequent land transactions are no located in Person County. Surnames which appear frequently in the index include: Currin, Daniel, Davis, Dean, Dillehay, Green, Hall, Harris, Johnson, Jones, Lawson, Long, Sizemore, Smith, Walker, and Woody. Includes transcriptions of some wills, deeds, and estates papers.

Family

Bumpass

Bumpus, Anne Shirley, Townsend, James Richard. The Bumpass family from Person County, North Carolina. [Columbia? Tenn.] 1972. 157 p. 28 cm. [Copy in the State Library of North Carolina, 109 East Jones St., Raleigh, NC, http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/index.html  The Table of Contents for this book is available on-line. Portions onlineBumpass Brides 1792-1868

Family

Cameron

Sanders, Charles Richard. The Cameron Plantation in Central North Carolina (1776 - 1973) and Its Founder Richard Bennehan. Durham, NC. Seeman Printery: 1974.

Family

Carver

Carver, Keith R. The Carver Family Source Book, Volume II. 5th Edition. Pelham, MA. 1992 This book provides information about the descendants of William Carver of Person County. The book is very professionally done, including graphics for maps that visually indicate migration. A full index is included. The book was commercially printed in both hard and soft cover.

Family

Clay

Bryant, Lawrence Chesterfield. A historical and genealogical record of Lee Clay and related families of Person County, North Carolina / Publisher:Orangeburg, S.C. : L.C. Bryant, c1972. Description:v, 1-50, 50b-d, 51-70 p., [4] leaves, [8] p. of plates : ill., ports. ; 29 cm. + 9 sheets. [Copy in the State Library of North Carolina, 109 East Jones St., Raleigh, NC, http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/index.html

Family

Clayton

Harris, Patricia Brown.  Clayton, The Story of the Clayton Family of North Carolina and Kentucky and Allied Families. 1972.
Privately published by Patricia Brown Harris in 1972. This book includes information about several of the children of Solomon Clayton, Sr., of Person County from whom Mrs. Brown is descended. Mrs. Brown is no longer actively doing genealogical research. Copies of this book are not available. Several individuals in Person County have this book in their private collections. The Person County Library does not have a copy. A copy is available in the Madisonville, Kentucky Public Library.

Family

Clayton / Crews

[July 2002] Franks, Mary Nell Hollis and Shirley A. Hollis. William "Flat River" Clayton and Benjamin Crews: Families of Person County, North Carolina to Lawrence County, Tennessee and Beyond. (2002) The family history of William "Flat River" Clayton and Benjamin Crews and their many descendants who left Person County, North Carolina 1825-1830. This genealogical study, includes historical and family data collected over the course of many years of research. Included in this work are photographs, historical documents, references to census and other government records, and information that have been provided us by the descendants of these men and their families. This hard bound book is about 600 pages.To purchase this book contact Mary Nell Hollis Franks, 35 Dana Rd., Leoma, TN 38468, Email: cherokee@usit.net
17 Oct 2003 - This note appeared on the CLAYTON mailing list:
If anyone has pictures or information about a William "Flat River" Clayton family, I will be glad to include it in the new revised edition, as I am about to start printing new books. The lst Edition became so large, I've had to make two Books, one is "The William "Flat River Clayton Families" and the other is "The Benjamin Crews Families". You can reach: Mary Nell Hollis Franks, cherokee@usit.net for information.

Family

Cossart / Cozart

Tilley, Mary Ethel. Cossart or Cozart, a brief genealogical and historical sketch of the name and family. Rougemont, N. C. [1944] 75, [5] p. 18 x 14 cm. [Copy in the State Library of North Carolina, 109 East Jones St., Raleigh, NC, http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/index.html

Family

Cuningham, Alexander

Cuningham, Alexander, d. ca. 1850. Papers, 1740-1918; (bulk 1825-1859) [manuscript]. Duke University Special Collections Library | 2nd 57:A-B, see bd. Description: 6,371 items. History notes: Merchant, from Petersburg, Va. Summary: Business records and some personal correspondence of four generations of the Cuningham family, including Robert Cuningham; Alexander Cuningham, and his brother, Richard M. Cuningham; the latter's son, John Wilson Cuningham; and grandson, John Somerville Cuningham, all merchants and planters. The early papers center around Alexander and Richard's success as commission merchants for cotton and tobacco in Petersburg, Va., and the firm's planting interests in Person County, N.C. The collection also contains a few family letters, including some from Alexander Jr. while a student at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and from another son at Leasburg Academy, Caswell County, N.C. The papers of John Somerville Cuningham concern his work as a field agent for the Bureau of Crop Estimates, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, local politics, and family matters.

Family

Cunningham

John Wilson Cunningham Papers / Cunningham, John Wilson, 1820-1887. / Papers, 1854-1869. / 180 items. / Agriculturalist and state Democratic Party leader, from Person County, N.C. / Chiefly letters to Cunningham from Calvin Henderson Wiley (1819-1887), a classmate at the University of North Carolina and apparently the real author of Cunningham's political speeches, and copies of political writings. Also included are Cunningham's records as executor of the estate of Dr. Matthew M. Harrison of Brunswick County, Va. / In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#196).

Family

Dillehay / Graves

Clayton, Arthur Larry. Some of the Ancestor and Descendants of Burrill Hill Dillehay and Leah Graves. 1986. 55 pages. No index.
From cover, "Including information on the Arrington, Clayton, Dillehay, Graves, Jordan, Turner, Ricketts, and Weatherford Families."
Starts with Charles Delehay, who died in Sussex County, Virginia, on September 20, 1773. Includes the will of Arthur Dillehay, probated in Brunswick County, Virginia, in 1773. Includes the will of John Dillehay, July 11, 1778, recorded in Sussex County, Virginia. Many of the entries in this book include supplementary information such as town of residence, names of in-laws, location of grave, and in some cases, occupation.
A note for Clayton researchers! The Clayton - Dillehay line in this book begins with James Calvin Clayton, born April 3, 1833, Person County; died on December 10, 1891 in Person County. He was the son of William E. and Eliza Clayton.

Family

Duncan

The Duncans, By George. Agnes Duncan Powell. 1994. (Agnes D. Powell, 1321 N Mineral Springs Road, Durham, NC 22703) hb, 334 p. indexed. Much of this book focuses on families in Granville County, North Carolina, but there will be sufficient Person County Duncan and Slaughter connections to make the book of interest to Person County researchers. The Duncan line in the book starts with George Duncan b: c. 1758, d: 1852, m: 14 May 1781, married Mary "Polly" Slaughter b: c. 1760, d:c. 1835.

Family

Featherston

Winstead, Nash Nicks. Featherston memories and the good old days / Publisher: [Raleigh, N.C. (1109 Glendale Drive, Raleigh 27612)] : N.N. Winstead, 2002. ii, 76 p. : ill., ports., coat of arms ; 28 cm. Subject(s): Featherston, James Wiley, 1807-1884 -- Family. [Copy in the State Library of North Carolina, 109 East Jones St., Raleigh, NC, http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/index.html ]

Family

Harris

Dunkley, Agnes Harris. The Family of Nason Richard Hall, Including Descendats From His First Marriage to Ann Humphries and His Second Marriage to Sallie Blanche Puryear. 1994. This book provides information on the descendants of Richard Nason Hall (1871 - 1923) through his marriage to Anna Humphries (? - 1898) and to Sallie Blanche Puryear (1881 - 1981). Surnames: Hall, Harris, Seawell, Wilson, Godwin, Dunkley, Hill, Clayton, Oakley, Hamlett, Long, Fox. 122 pages. Privately copied with spiral binding. Includes names, birth, death, and marriage dates, and grave locations. A full index is included. Copies may be found in the Genealogical Section of the North Carolina State Library in Raleigh and in the Person County Library in Roxboro.

Family

Kirkland

Actually a Hillsborough family but possibly a useful aid to understanding the time.
Anderson, Jean Bradley. The Kirklands of Ayr Mount. Chapel Hill, NC. UNC Press: 1991. The Kirklands of Ayr Mount by Jean Bradley Anderson Published by Univ of North Carolina Press March 1991. ISBN: 0807819301.

Family

Lea

Rose, Ben L. Lea Families in Caswell & Person Counties North Carolina, and in Virginia Before 1800. 1995.
[Although Rev. Ben Rose is now deceased, his books continue to be available from this source:
Bill Ranson, Sales Consultant, Printing Services , Inc., 4109 Jacque Street, Richmond , VA 23230, 804 . 355 . 8621 ex 103, 804 . 359 . 4906 Fax, branson@printingservicesinc.com, www.printservinc.com. Thanks to Cynthia Adler for passing along this information.]

Family

McGhee

Montford McGhee Papers / Montford McGehee, 1822-1895. / Papers, 1827-1890. / 40 items (0.5 linear ft.)./ Person County, N.C., planter, legislator, and North Carolina Commissioner of Agriculture, 1880-1887. / Albums and recipe books of women relatives; poems and Greek translations by Lucius Polk McGehee (1868-1923), University of North Carolina professor; and a few scattered deeds and legal papers of Montford McGehee. / In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#1125).

Family

Moore, Stephen

Moore, Stephen, 1734-1799. Papers, 1761-1894 [manuscript]. Duke University Special Collections Library | Sec. A, L:2999-3000, Ovsz. Box 7. Description: 73 items. Summary: Papers of Moore, a New York resident who had migrated to Canada with British troops during the French and Indian War and later settled in Orange County, now Person County, N.C.; and papers of his family. Included are deeds and other material relating to lands in Orange, now Person, County from 1770s and later; business letters, legal papers, and financial records of Stephen, his son Phillips Moore, and his grandson Stephen Moore, estate papers, and three items concerning the medical treatment of one of the first Stephen Moore's daughters by Benjamin Rush. There is an account book concerning the elder Moore's business as an outfitter for ships in Quebec, 1757-1770, and the administration of his estate of North Carolina, 1799-1813. A daybook, 1845-1852, relates to the family mercantile business at Mt. Tirzah plantation, Person Co. There is also a genealogical table and a biographical sketch of the family.

Family

Moore, Stephen

Stephen Moore (1734-1799), born in New York City, was a merchant in Quebec, Canada, in the 1760s, owned property at West Point, N.Y., bought an estate, Mt. Tirzah, on the Flat River in Person County, N.C., in 1777, and was a U.S. congressman from North Carolina in 1793. His son Phillips Moore was a surveyor and farmer in Person County. Phillips Moore's son Stephen Moore (b. 1801) was a general merchant and shoe shop operator in Hillsborough, N.C. Chiefly scattered letters, 1805-1851, most of which are addressed to Phillips Moore and concern family finances and related matters; miscellaneous bills, receipts, and tax records, 1769-1869, including some concerning slaves, chiefly of Phillips Moore and Stephen Moore (b. 1801); Moore family farm and household account books, 1782-1816; and account books, 1831-1867, of Stephen Moore's general store and a shoe shop in Hillsborough, N.C. Other items include a shipping and general merchandise ledger, 1767-1770, Quebec (City), Canada, probably from an enterprise of Stephen Moore (1734-1799), some items relating to Moore's property at West Point, N.Y., records of Moore's estate, shipping accounts, 1807-1809, from Chestertown, Md., and early 19th-century instructions for constructing grist mills. / In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#2205).

Family

Newton

Newton, Ira Brantley. The Newton family / [Ira Brantley Newton]. Book [Raleigh, N.C. : I.B. Newton, 2003?] 1 v. (various foliations) : ports. ; 30 cm. Includes index. State Library of North Carolina

Family

Oakley

Malone, Sudie Painter. A Record of the Descendants of Moses Lowson Oakley, 1832 - 1904, Five Generations. Second Edition. Durham, NC. 1979.
As a retirement project, Sudie Painter Malone and her husband, Robert, researched and privately copied genealogical information for the surname line of each of her parents, Painter and Oakley, in Person County, N.C. Both books cover five generations and are manually typed and then copied on legal size paper. A full index was made available later for both books. Mr. Malone is now deceased and Mrs. Malone is no longer actively doing research. Both books contain full names, birth, death, and marriage dates. Although no sources are provided, the work is well presented and appears to be the result of careful research. No commentary is included.

Family

Painter

Malone, Sudie Painter. A Record of the Descendants of John A. Painter, Five Generations. Second Edition. Durham, NC. 1982.
As a retirement project, Sudie Painter Malone and her husband, Robert, researched and privately copied genealogical information for the surname line of each of her parents, Painter and Oakley, in Person County, N.C. Both books cover five generations and are manually typed and then copied on legal size paper. A full index was made available later for both books. Mr. Malone is now deceased and Mrs. Malone is no longer actively doing research. Both books contain full names, birth, death, and marriage dates. Although no sources are provided, the work is well presented and appears to be the result of careful research. No commentary is included.

Family

Pelham

William Pelham Papers / William Pelham (1836-1889) of Alexandria, Ala.; his mother, Martha Montford McGehee Pelham (b. 1805), born in Person County, N.C.; his father, Atkinson Pelham (b. 1797), physician and cotton planter, who attended the University of North Carolina, ca. 1820, and later settled in Alabama. William had many siblings, among them Peter, b. 1840, and Confederate hero Major John Pelham, "the gallant Pelham." Nine letters, 15 June 1856-32 March 1859, to William Pelham at school from his mother, and a few other items. Pelham's mother wrote chiefly of family and neighborhood sicknesses and deaths, about her garden, and about feeling deserted by her children. There is one letter, dated 24 May 1861, to William from his father, describing the destruction by hail of the corn and cotton crop and telling about local preparations for war. Also included are Atkinson Pelham's 1820 certificate of membership in the Dialectic Society at the University of North Carolina and a typed transcription of an autobiographical fragment written by Peter Pelham. / 12 items / In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#2785-z).

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Pointer

Pointer, Samuel, Jr., fl. 1834. / Letter, 1834 April 8. / 1 item. / Letter from Samuel Pointer, Jr., Milton, N.C., to his brother Philip at Courtland, Ala., including a transcription of the will, 20 December 1833, of their father, Samuel Pointer, Sr., of Halifax County, Va., and news of neighbors in Caswell and Person counties, N.C., and Halifax County, Va. In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#2955).

Family

Rogers

Rogers, Hopewell L. Rogers, Some of the Descendants of Giles Rogers, an Immigrant to Virginia in 1664. Louisville, 1940.
This book contains a numbered listing of the descendants of Giles Rogers of Virginia. Included are the descendants of John Rogers II (1717 - 1797) who migrated to Person County, N.C. This book may be found in the Genealogical Section of the North Carolina State Library in Raleigh

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Rose

Rose, Ben Lacy, 1914-, Alexander Rose of Person County, North Carolina, and his descendants / by Ben Lacy Rose. Published: Richmond, VA : Rose, 1979. Duke University Library - Perkins Library | Stacks | 929.20973 R795, A377, 1979. Description: 268 p. : geneal. tables ; 24 cm.
[Although Rev. Ben Rose is now deceased, his books continue to be available from this source:
Bill Ranson, Sales Consultant, Printing Services , Inc., 4109 Jacque Street, Richmond , VA 23230, 804 . 355 . 8621 ex 103, 804 . 359 . 4906 Fax, branson@printingservicesinc.com, www.printservinc.com. Thanks to Cynthia Adler for passing along this information.]

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Rose

Title: Rose cousins update / compiled by Ben L. Rose. / Publisher: [Richmond, Va. : B.L. Rose, 2000] / Description: 26 leaves : 1 genealogical table ; 23 cm. / Notes: "Supplement to Alexander Rose of Person Co. N.C. and his descendants by Ben L. Rose." / "August 2000." / Copy in North Carolina Collection, UNC-Chapel Hill.
[Although Rev. Ben Rose is now deceased, his books continue to be available from this source:
Bill Ranson, Sales Consultant, Printing Services , Inc., 4109 Jacque Street, Richmond , VA 23230, 804 . 355 . 8621 ex 103, 804 . 359 . 4906 Fax, branson@printingservicesinc.com, www.printservinc.com. Thanks to Cynthia Adler for passing along this information.]

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Satterfield

Johnston, Francis Claiborne. Satterfield and allied families of Person County, North Carolina and surrounding counties / Publisher: Richmond, Va. (7009 Lakewood Dr., Richmond, Va. 23229) : F.C. Johnston, [1992] x, 170, [70] p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps ; 28 cm. [Copy in the State Library of North Carolina, 109 East Jones St., Raleigh, NC.] The Table of Contents for this book is available on-line. See the note at the bottom of this page.

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Satterfield and Merritt

Satterfield and Merritt Family Papers / Prominent family members include Green Daniel Satterfield, farmer and tobacco merchant of Roxboro, Person County, N.C.; his wife, Mary A. Jordon Satterfield; and their children: E. Fletcher Satterfield (1837-1863), who received an A. B. from the University of North Carolina in 1859, served as a captain in the 55th North Carolina Regiment in the Confederate Army, and was killed at the Battle of Gettysburg; Pattie Satterfield (1841-1885); Susan Satterfield (1835-1863); Ida Satterfield (1850-1927); and Mollie Satterfield (1844-1871); as well as Fletcher W. Merritt (1897-1918), who was killed in France while serving as a member of the 120th U.S. Infantry during World War I. Letters and postcards to the Satterfields and Merritts from friends and family. Among these are letters of E. Fletcher Satterfield from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in the late 1850s and different Civil War camps, mostly in Virginia. Satterfield's war correspondence describe camp life, fellow soldiers, and local inhabitants. One letter describes an engagement with Union gunboats in the Blackwater area of Virginia. The Fletcher W. Merritt letters are from World War I camps in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Texas where Merritt was stationed before he was sent abroad. He wrote of his love for his mother and his activities at these camps. Also included are bills and notices of Green Daniel Satterfield; the "Fletcher History" by Kate Cooper Barden Winstead; a muster roll of Company H, 55th Regiment; recipes; and newspaper clippings, including obituarties of relatives. Several of Green Daniel Satterfield's children are represented, including Pattie, Susan, Ida, and Mollie Satterfield. / Southern Historical Collection, UNC-Chapel Hill.

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Slaughter

Longmire, Norma L. Jacob Slaughter of Granville County, North Carolina: and some of his Dean, Duncan, Slaughter, and Washington descendants. 88 pages; published in 1971. Many Person County Slaughters trace their line to Jacob Slaughter. I found a copy of this book in the Genealogy section of the State of NC Library in Raleigh.

Family

Snipes

Snipes, William. Snipes family history, Person County, North Carolina / Publisher:[Phoenix, AZ (4001 E. McDowell Rd., Apt. 216, Phoenix 85008) : W. Snipes, 2001?] Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : ill., maps, ports., facsims., coat of arms ; 28 cm. [Copy in the State Library of North Carolina, 109 East Jones St., Raleigh, NC, http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/index.html ]

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Stanford

Richard Stanford (1767-1816), was a planter, of Hawfields, Person County, N.C., and Democratic-Republican U.S. representative, 1797-1816. Chiefly letters, 1804-1816, to Stanford in Washington, D.C., from his family at home in Person County, giving news of the family and plantation; and a smaller number of Stanford’s letters home, discussing public affairs and giving advice on how to manage the family’s slaves. There are also scattered family papers, including correspondence between Cornelia Adeline Stanford Webb and her mother, Mary Moore Stanford. / Southern Historical Collection, UNC-Chapel Hill.

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Stewart

Stone, Martha J. The Genealogy and History of the Stewart Family of Halifax County, Virginia, Caswell and Person Counties, North Carolina, Trigg County, Kentucky. (December, 1987)

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Taylor

Kilduff, Lydia Taylor. Taylor information abstracted / [Mountain Home, Ark.? : Arkansas DAR], 2003. 209 p. : ill., facsims. ; 28 cm. State Library of North Carolina

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VanHook

Van Hook, John C.; Papers, 1879-1882. Duke University Special Collections Library| 2nd 25:C. Description: 22 items. Papers of John C. Van Hook contain family letters, business papers, receipts for sale of tobacco by VanHook and Lunsford, and a petition to the members of the North Carolina legislature for a narrow-gauge railway through Person County.

Family

Wagstaff

Henry McGilbert Wagstaff Papers / Family and personal papers of Wagstaff, author, editor, and professor of history at the University of North Carolina, 1907-1945, consisting principally of correspondence, 1915-1945. Correspondence relates to Wagstaff's life and study in England, 1921-1923; his work for the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association, 1928-1940; University of North Carolina affairs; and the management of his Person County, N.C., tobacco farms, which were leased to tenants. Also included are manuscripts and typed drafts of published and unpublished writings by Wagstaff, and material related to his incomplete history of the University of North Carolina. Volumes include fragmentary accounts for general merchandise, 1804-1831, and three ledgers of tobacco farm accounts, 1932- 1953. / 600 items (2.0 linear ft.). / In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#3903).

Family

Webb

Webb Family Papers, 1795-1960 / Southern Historical Collection, UNC-Chapel Hill. / 1200 items / Persons represented include Alexander Smith Webb (fl. 1830s) of Person County, N.C., and his wife Cornelia Adeline (Stanford) Webb, daughter of U.S. Representative Richard Stanford (1767-1816) and Mary (Moore) Stanford; and five of their ten children, including: James Hazel Webb (1829-1902) of Person County; Richard Stanford Webb (1837-1901), Methodist minister and Confederate chaplain; Alexander S. Webb (1840-1928), Confederate soldier; William Robert Webb (1842-1926), Confederate soldier, teacher, founder of the Webb School at Bell Buckle, Tenn., and U.S. senator from Tennessee; and Susan Webb, teacher, of Randolph County, N.C. Family correspondence of Alexander Smith Webb and his wife, Cornelia Adeline (Stanford) Webb, of Person County, N.C., and of their children. Early papers include those of the Moore family of Bute (now Warren) County, N.C., especially of Sheriff William Moore, ca. 1760s. Antebellum papers include family correspondence to and from students at various schools and to other relatives. Civil War materials include letters from Alexander S. Webb, Jr., as a Confederate soldier in Virginia and a federal prisoner; from L. J. Webb as a federal prisoner; and from Richard S. Webb, a Confederate chaplain. Included in the latter are letters from Richard to his cousin, Jennie Clegg, during their courtship. Postwar materials concern family affairs and finances and include letters of Jennie Webb, daughter of Richard S. and Jennie (Clegg) Webb, while a student at Greensboro College; letters from son William Alexander Webb (1867-1919) while studying in Germany in the 1890s; extensive genealogical notes on the Davis, Moore, Russell, Smith, Stanford, Taylor, and Webb families; and notes on Abram's Plains, N.C., founded by the Webbs, Smiths, and Davises. Volumes include the diary, 1858-1865, of Susan Webb as a teacher in Randolph County, N.C.

Family

Whitaker / Snipes

Whitaker and Snipes Family Papers (#770) 1780-1889 / About 150 items (0.5 linear feet) / Whitaker and Snipes families, planters of Halifax County, N.C., and Hinds County, Miss. The collection includes scattered correspondence, financial records, and other materials. Most slave-related items appear to be from Mississippi. Correspondence includes letters from relatives in Leon County, Fla., Webster County, Ky., and Person County, N.C., concerning agricultural, family, and financial matters. Civil War materials include a Confederate soldier's letter describing the Battle of Fredericksburg, 1862; typed transcriptions of Confederate army military correspondence regarding an engagement at Staunton River Bridge, Va., on 25 June 1864; a mother's 1865 letter to her daughter concerning the turmoil in North Carolina near the end of the Civil War; and other letters describing financial and family losses on the homefront. Nearly all of the financial records, chiefly bills and receipts, relate to Anderson Snipes in Mississippi. Included are records about cotton growing; farm and labor records relating to freedmen; medical receipts; promissory notes, including notes for the hiring out of slaves; materials relating to the purchase, medical care, and death of slaves; and tax receipts. Miscellaneous materials include two 1865 oaths of allegiance; an 1865 summons to appear before the Provost Marshal of Freedmen; an 1867 voter registration; photographs of William Dunn Moseley and of Live Oak Plantation, probably located in Florida; and a few other items. / In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#3926).

History

Camp Butner

Patrick, Ben Moore. / The Grandurson story : notes for a narrative of war and the people / [Ben M. Moore]. / Durham, NC : B.M. Patrick, 1942. / Includes photographs by the author, newspaper clippings, handwritten notes, hand-drawn maps, letters, and other material relating to how the creation of Camp Butner during World War II impacted on the residents of Durham, Granville, and Person counties. / Continued by: The Grandurson story, 1945. / Copy in Durham County Library.

History

Camp Butner

Patrick, Ben Moore. / The Grandurson story : notes for a narrative of war and the people / by Ben M. Patrick. / Durham, NC : B.M. Patrick, 1945. / Includes photographs by the author, newspaper clippings, handwritten notes, hand-drawn maps, letters, and other material relating to how the creation of Camp Butner during World War II impacted on the residents of Durham, Granville, and Person counties. / Continues the author's: Grandurson story, July 1942. / Copy in Durham County Library.

History

Camp Butner

Smith, Eddie L. / Voices from the field : a pictorial history of Camp Butner / Eddie L. Smith & Ben Patrick. / Butner, N.C. Camp Butner 50th Anniversary Celebration Planning Committee, 1992.
This book is not only a history of Camp Butner but also a useful genealogy source for families that once lived in the area of Durham, Granville, and Person Counties that became Camp Butner. Information about churches and families (Carrington, Clayton, Copley, Cozart, Ellis, Fowler, Goss, Green, Jones, Mangum, Peed, Riley, Roberts, Sanford, Harvey Tilley, Tilley, Umstead, Veasey, Walker, Washington, Williford).
[Copies in the North Carolina Collection at UNC-CH and in DH Hill Library at NCSU in Raleigh.]

History

Caswell County

Powell, William S. When The Past Refused to Die, A History of Caswell County, 1777 - 1977. 1977. Third Printing 1982, Caswell County Historical Association. 619 pages. Full index.
This volume was authored by distinquished North Carolina historian, William S. Powell. The book was commercially printed and bound. Copies may still be available from the Caswell County Historical Association. This book is especially useful in understanding the formation of Caswell County from Orange County and later the formation of Person County from Caswell County. Contact: Caswell County Historical Association, Inc. Box 278 Yanceyville NC 27379.

History

Concord Community, Person County

Wagstaff, Henry McGilbert. The Concord community; a retrospect, by H. M. Wagstaff. Roxboro, [N.C.], n.p., 1945. Location: Duke University Perkins Library | Pamphlet Collection | 45691. Description: 12 p. 19 cm. Notes: "Reprint from the sesquicentennial edition of the Roxboro courier, August 5th, 1941."

History

Concord Community, Person County

Wagstaff, Henry McGilbert. Wiley Buck and other stories of the Concord community. With an editorial note by Louis R. Wilson. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press [1953]/ Duke University Perkins Library | Stacks | 975.682 W135W. Description: 118 p. 23 cm.

History

Durgy Mine

Lassiter, Robert Gilliam, 1881-1936. / Notebooks, 1909-1913. / 2 volumes. / Notebook, 1909-1913, of Lassiter, civil engineer, geologist, and contractor of Oxford, N.C., including notes on bids, bids of competitors, supplies and specifications for street work and engineering projects at various construction sites, mostly in towns and cities in North Carolina and Virginia; and a volume, 1909-1910, of production records and ore shipments for "Durgy Mine," location unknown, but presumed to be in Granville or Person County, N.C., or in Halifax or Mecklenburg County, Va. / In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#3908).

History

Folklore

Title: Person County folklore : the rock and the nail. / Publisher: [Raleigh, N.C.] : Humanities Extension/Publications, North Carolina State University, 1994. / Description: 60 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. / Notes: Title from cover. "Dr. Jim Clark led the Person County folklore collecting seminar which Person County Extension Homemakers had organized in Roxboro during the spring of 1994." / Copy in North Carolina Collection, UNC-Chapel Hill.

History

Person County

Haines, Hiram, b. 1802. Papers, 1826-1838 [manuscript]. Duke University Special Collections Library | Sec. A, M:1612. Description 79 items. History notes: Resident of Petersburg (Dinwiddie Co.), Va. Summary: Personal letters from Haines to his wife. Those for the years 1826-1828 give interesting descriptions of travel, and of social and economic conditions in various places in North Carolina, including Orange, Caswell, and Person counties, and the towns of Halifax, Hillsboro, Louisburg, Oxford, Raleigh, Roxboro, and Warrenton. Included also is a notebook with genealogical information on the Haines family and poetry of Hiram Haines.

History

Person County

History of the celebrated Pointer Mad Stone / Publisher: Roxboro, N.C. : Pointer & Barnett, [between 1880 and 1890] / Description: [5] p. ; 15 cm. / North Carolina Collection, UNC-Chapel Hill

History

Person County

The heritage of Person County, 1981(Volume I) / Madeline Hall Eaker, editor. / Published: Winston-Salem, N.C. / Person County Historical Society, c1981.

History

Person County

The heritage of Person County, 1983(Volume II) / Madeline Hall Eaker, editor. / Published: Winston-Salem, N.C. / Person County Historical Society, c1983.

History

Person County

The heritage of Person County, 2001(Volume III) / Eileen M. Mikat, Chair Book Committee. / Published: Winston-Salem, N.C. / Person County Historical Society, c2001.

History

Person County

Title: A footnote to social history / by Henry McGilbert Wagstaff. / Appears in: North Carolina historical review. Vol. 23, no. 1 (Jan. 1946). / Description: p. 32-46 ; 26 cm. / Copy in UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries.

History

Person County

Title: Person County lore : facts and fantasy / compiled by Louise Winslow. / 1990 / Description: 20 p. : ill., map ; 22 cm. / UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries.

History

Person County

Wright, Stuart T. Historical Sketch of Person County. The Womack Press. Danville: 1974. 232 pages. No index.

History

Roxboro / Person County

Foushee, Alexander R. Reminiscences, A Sketch and Letters, Descriptive of Life in Person County in Former Days. 1921. Reprinted 1960. 81 pages. Not a traditional history book but a treasured collection (especially if one of your ancestors is included) of letters to the editor of the local newspaper that were written by Civil War veteran and businessman A. R. Foushee between 1914 and 1920. These letters provide delightful insights into the individuals and events of Roxboro and Person County as far back as the 1850s. [The Person County Historical Society has copies of this book for sale.]

History

Roxboro / Person County / Index

Lyle, Virginia Reavis. An index to Reminiscences by Alexander R. Foushee / [s.l.] : V.R. Lyle, 1969. 11 leaves ; 28 cm. Copy in State Library of North Carolina, 975.657 F781r index

History

Slaves

Title: A quest for enslaved ancestors : the extended family of Griffin Fountain of Virginia and North Carolina / by Barnetta McGhee White. Spine Title: Extended family of Griffin Fountain of Virginia and North Carolina / Publisher: Baltimore, MD : Gateway Press, Inc., 2002. / Description: viii, 213 p. : ill., maps, facsims., geneal. tables, ports. ; 28 cm. / Notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-211). / UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries.
For additional information about this book, see
the web page of the author. The book is available for purchase from the author for $20.

History

Slaves

Title: Somebody Knows My Name: Marriages of Freed People, county by county, by Barnetta McGhee White. This book includes significant The Person County information. For additional information about this book, see the web page of the author.

History

Virgilina, VA

Mathis, Rev. Harry R. Along The Border. (December, 1997)
The subtitle of the great little book is: A History of Virgilina, Virginia, and the Surrounding Area in Halifax and Mecklenburg Counties in Virginia and Person and Granville Counties in North Carolina. Compiled and edited by Rev. Harry R. Mathis. 1964. 344 pages.
This hardback book includes much information about Person County communities and individuals. Although intended as a history of Virgilina, Virginia, it includes information about the Bethel Hill area, Olive Branch Baptist Church and many other areas of North-Eastern Person County. As time permits, I will attempt to include the table of contents here.

History /
Geology

Virgilina, VA

Laney, F.B. 1917. The geology and ore deposits of the Virgilina District of Virginia and North Carolina. Bulletin 26. North Carolina Geological Survey: Raleigh. Out of Print.
This report discusses the geology and mineral resources of the subject district located in Granville and Person counties, North Carolina. Specific reference is made to the copper and gold resource potential in this district.

Map

Person County

Title: Soil survey of Person county, North Carolina / by R.C. Jurney, S.R. Bacon, and J.J. Morgan. / Publisher: Washington : [U.S. G.P.O., 1931] / Description: 36 p. : map ; 24 cm. + 1 folded map (col. ; 53 x 51 cm.) / Notes: Cover title. In cooperation with the North Carolina Department of agriculture and the North Carolina Agricultural experiment station. / Issued with: Soil map, Person County, North Carolina. / Copy in the North Carolina Collection, UNC-Chapel Hill.

Map

Person County 1922

Map of Person County, North Carolina [cartographic material] / prepared by Spoon & Lewis - Consulting Engineers. / Publisher: Greensboro, N.C. : Spoon & Lewis, 1922. / Map Data: Scale [1:36,000]. / Description: 1 map : cloth ; 129 x 100 cm. / Notes: Shows administrative divisions, roads, railroads, mail routes, stores, schools, churches, households, and distances. Blue line print. UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries.

People

Moore, Stephen

Author: Moore, Stephen, 1734-1799. / Title: Papers, 1761-1894 [manuscript]. / Location: Duke University Special Collections Library | Sec. A, L:2999-3000, Ovsz. Box 7 / Description 73 items. / Summary: Papers of Moore, a New York resident who had migrated to Canada with British troops during the French and Indian War and later settled in Orange County, now Person County, N.C.; and papers of his family. Included are deeds and other material relating to lands in Orange, now Person, County from 1770s and later; business letters, legal papers, and financial records of Stephen, his son Phillips Moore, and his grandson Stephen Moore, estate papers, and three items concerning the medical treatment of one of the first Stephen Moore's daughters by Benjamin Rush. There is an account book concerning the elder Moore's business as an outfitter for ships in Quebec, 1757-1770, and the administration of his estate of North Carolina, 1799-1813. A daybook, 1845-1852, relates to the family mercantile business at Mt. Tirzah plantation, Person Co. There is also a genealogical table and a biographical sketch of the family.

People

Rose, Alexander

Author: Rose, Ben Lacy, 1914- / Title: Alexander Rose of Person County, North Carolina, and his descendants / by Ben Lacy Rose. / Published: Richmond, VA : Rose, 1979. / Location: Duke University Perkins Library | Stacks | 929.20973 R795, A377, 1979 / Description: 268 p. / Subject: Rose, Alexander, ca. 1738-1807.
[Although Rev. Ben Rose is now deceased, his books continue to be available from this source:
Bill Ranson, Sales Consultant, Printing Services , Inc., 4109 Jacque Street, Richmond , VA 23230, 804 . 355 . 8621 ex 103, 804 . 359 . 4906 Fax, branson@printingservicesinc.com, www.printservinc.com. Thanks to Cynthia Adler for passing along this information.]

Poetry

Hunter, Grover C.

Author: Hunter, Grover C. / Title: Ghosts of Red Mountain / Grover C. Hunter, Jr. / Published: New York : Vantage Press, c1987. / Location Duke University Perkins Library | Stacks | 811.54 H945, G427, 1987 Description: ix, 69 p. ; 21 cm. / Subject: Person County (N.C.) -- Poetry.

Records

Caswell County

Ingmire, Frances T. Caswell County North Carolina Marriage Records, 1778 - 1876. 1984. 111 pages.
Comment under Ingmire's Person County book applies here also.

Records

Caswell County

Kendall, Katharine Kerr. Caswell County Marriage Bonds, 1778 - 1868. 1981.

Records

Caswell County

Kendall, Katharine Kerr. Caswell County Marriage Bonds, 1778 - 1868. 1981.

Records

Caswell County

Kendall, Katharine Kerr. Caswell County, NC Land Grants, Tax Lists, Apprentice Bonds, with list of estate records. 1977.

Records

Caswell County

Kendall, Katharine Kerr. Caswell County, North Carolina - Historical Abstracts of Minutes of Caswell County 177 - 1877. 1976.

Records

Caswell County

Pruitt, A.B. Abstracts of Land Entries: Caswell County, NC 1778 - 1795, 1841 - 1863 and Person County 1792 - 1795. 1990.

Records

Caswell County

Southern Historical Press. Caswell County North Carolina Deed Books 1777-1817. Compiled by Katharine Kerr Kendall --1989.

Records

Daniel

Items of ancestors of Bessie Heath Daniel (b. 1886) of Person County, N.C.: three account books; a cipher book, 1829-1841; an "album of remembrance," Warrenton Female Collegiate Institute, Warrenton, N.C., 1857-1858; and pages of family data from a family Bible. Two of the account books, 1854-1860, are of J. A. Lunsford and Bros., general merchants of High Hill, Person County. The third account book is apparently of Campbell Barnett, merchant of Person County; it includes a list, 1813-1864, of slave names and birth dates. / Southern Historical Collection, UNC-Chapel Hill. See SHC web page for detailed online finding aid with specifics of the 7 items.

Records

Deeds, Person County

Kendall, Katharine Kerr. Person County North Carolina Deed Books, 1792-1825. 1993. 262 pages

Records

Deeds, Person County

Kendall, Katharine Kerr. Person County North Carolina Deed Books, 1792-1825. 1993. 262 pages

Records

Marriage, Person County

Ingmire, Frances T. Person County North Carolina Marriage Records, 1792 - 1869. 1984. 68 pages. (Unlike the similar Kendall index, this book does not include in the listing the names of the bondsman/witness(es). For that reason I prefer using Kendall. Ingmire is presently available for purchase from several genealogical book stores.)

Records

Marriage, Person County

Kendall, Katharine Kerr. Person County NC Marriage Records, 1792 - 1868. 1983. 112 pages.

Records

Miscellaneous Person County

Lyle, Virginia Reavis. Person County, N.C., patchwork. Nashville, Vee El Ancestral Studies, 1971. Duke University - Perkins Library | Stacks | 929.3756 L985P. iv, 156 p. 29 cm.

Records

Miscellaneous, Person County

Kendall, Katharine Kerr. Person County NC Compilations, Land Grants, 1794, 1805, 1823 Tax Lists, Record Books Abstracts 1792 - 1820, Letters of Attorney. 1978.

 Records

Person County Index to Dictionary of North Carolina Biography. Olivia Raney Library Staff in Raleigh, NC,  has created a list of families that they have biographies on. Names: Atkinson, Blackwell, Brooks, Darby, Dickins, Green, Haralson, Harris, Jeffreys, Jones, McGehee, Paine, Pelham, Reade, Wagstaff, Webb, Williamson, Young.  See Library website for visiting details.
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