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Index to the colonial and state records of North Carolina

North Carolina

Index to the colonial and state records of North Carolina

by North Carolina

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Published in Goldsboro, Raleigh [etc.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • North Carolina -- History -- Sources,
  • North Carolina -- Genealogy -- Sources

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesColonial records of North Carolina
    Statementcovering volumes 1-XXV. Pub. under the supervision of the Trustees of the Public Libraries, by order of the General Assembly. Comp and ed. by Stephen B. Weeks
    ContributionsClark, Walter, 1846-1924, Saunders, William Lawrence, 1835-1891, Weeks, Stephen Beauregard, 1865-1918
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14594892M
    OCLC/WorldCa1533854

    The Colonial Records of North Carolina, Volume 3 The Colonial Records of North Carolina, North Carolina. Trustees of the Public Libraries: Author: North Carolina: Editor: William Laurence Saunders: Contributor: North Carolina. Trustees of the Public Libraries: Publisher: P.M. Hale, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.   Welcome to Carolina COLONIAL RECORDS: South Carolina holds one of the finest collections of colonial records for the Proprietary Period (). Preserved in the state archives, but only partially indexed and written in seventeenth century script, these official record books of the province are a challenge to use, particularly on microfilm, and have been .

    North Carolina Military Records. USA (1,,) > North Carolina (55,) > North Carolina Military Records () Statewide Military Records. Veterans Schedules Ancestry. Confederate Pension Applications North Carolina Digital Collections. A Dictionary of All Officers Who Have Been Commissioned, in the Army of the United States Ancestry. A brief history of . South Carolina is a State-Land State.. Land and property records, in combination with court records, are often the key to solving difficult research problems. South Carolina's colonial land records are among the most complete of the thirteen original colonies, probably because all records were maintained in Charleston, and Charleston was not destroyed during the .

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38 rows  The Colonial Records of North Carolina were issued in ten (10) volumes from to and were edited by William L. Saunders, Secretary of State of North Carolina from to This important set of books contains transcribed versions of documents found both within North Carolina and in England, covering the period of to Mr.

Index to the colonial and state records of North Carolina covering volumes i-xxv: published under the supervision of the trustees of the public libraries, by order of the general assembly. Goldsboro, N.C.: Nash Bros., The Colonial and State Records of North Carolina has been an extraordinary resource for students of North Carolina's history for over one hundred years.

The series includes documents and materials from throughout the country and from several European repositories covering the earliest days of North Carolina's settlement by Europeans through the ratification of the United.

The Colonial and State Records includes a four-volume Master Index that provides access to the people, places, and subjects in the records. The index is reproduced here, with the addition of entries from the index to the laws and the index to the census.

Index to the Colonial and State records of North Carolina by North Carolina ; Clark, Walter, ; Saunders, William Laurence, ; Weeks, Stephen Beauregard, S-Z. Historical review of the Colonial and state records of North Carolina, by Stephen B. Weeks. Other Titles: Colonial records of North Carolina.

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Index to the Colonial and State Records of North Carolina1/5(1). Generations of researchers are familiar with the ten-volume series The Colonial Records of North Carolina, edited by William L. Saunders and published from to This series was shortly followed by the twenty volumes of The State Records of North Carolina (), edited by Walter Clark.

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Index to the Colonial and State Records of North Carolina, Vol. 4: Covering Volumes I-XXV, Author: Stephen Beauregard Weeks. Add to Print List Remove from Print List Notes. Microfiche of original published: [S.l.: s.n.], 30 v.

Volumes are titled "The Colonial Records of North Carolina, " and volumes are titled "The State Records of North Carolina, The Colonial Records of North Carolina, Volume 2 The Colonial Records of North Carolina, North Carolina.

Trustees of the Public Libraries: Author: North Carolina: Editor: William Laurence Saunders: Contributor: North Carolina. Trustees of the Public Libraries: Publisher: P.M. Hale [etc.] State Printer, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan5/5(1).

The State Archives of North Carolina collects, preserves, and provides access to historically significant archival materials, including public records.

It also provides guidance concerning preservation and management of government records to state, county, city, and state university officials. Surviving records of the General Court are in the Colonial Court Records Series at the North Carolina State Archives.

Court of Chancery was an equity court and most cases dealt with disputes over land contracts and appeals from other courts of law. The few surviving records are in the North Carolina State Archives. Index to the colonial and state records of North Carolina by North Carolina; 1 edition; Subjects: Sources, Genealogy, History, Court Records, Accessible book.

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Free shipping for many products. Vital records (births/deaths) were not kept in North Carolina on a statewide basis before October For most counties, microfilm indexes of births and deaths (+) are available to researchers who visit the State Archives of North Carolina.

Quick guide to Birth and Death Records. Birth certificates. County's register of deeds office or. The Colonial Records of North Carolina and the State Records of North Carolina have allowed generations of scholars to produce exhaustive histories of the Tar Heel State and its citizens.

William Saunders, who served as North Carolina’s secretary of state from toedited the first ten volumes of the series, which where titled the. North Carolina Land Records. USA (1,) > North Carolina (55,) > North Carolina Land Records () Statewide Land Records. North Carolina Land Grant Files Ancestry.

Colonial land entries in North Carolina Family History Library. Colonial petitions for land resurveys, some land warrantscaveats of land warrants in North. Index to the colonial and state records of North Carolina, covering volumes / Published under the supervision of the Trustees of the public libraries, by order of the General assembly.

Compiled and edited by Stephen B. Weeks. Index to the colonial and state records of North Carolina covering volumes i-xxv: 2, Directory of Scots in the Carolinas, Proceedings of the fifty-fifth communication of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge, F.A.A.M. Guide book of N.W.

North Carolina: Lumley-Lumbley extracts from the Wake County, North Caroline tax.State Research Guide: North Carolina By David A. Fryxell Premium Although North Carolina was one of the original 13 American colonies, its geography, harsh coastline and system of “proprietor” land grants meant it was settled mostly via older colonies.North Carolina State Archives collects, preserves, and makes available for public use historical and evidential materials relating to North Carolina.

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