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Notes about the history of Iredell County by Joel Reese, Local History Librarian.

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Recent Additions to the Local History Room

Posted on April 6, 2020 at 9:19 AM by Jenny Levins

Recent Additions to the Iredell County Public Library Local History Room

April 3, 2020


Books

“A History of Mr. Mitchell and the Black Mountains: Exploration, Development, and Preservation” by S. Kent Schwarzkopf


“Letters from a North Carolina Unionist: John A. Hedrick to Benjamin S. Hedrick 1862-1865” Edited by Judkin Browning and Michael Thomas Smith


“The Civil War in Coastal North Carolina” by John S. Carbone


“North Carolina Headrights: A List of names, 1663-1744” compiled by Carolina B. Whitney


“Volunteer Soldiers in the Cherokee War 1836-1839”


“North Carolina Eastern Cherokee Indian Census, 1898-1899, 1904, 1906, 1909-1912, 1914” by Jeff Bowen


“Sketches in North Carolina USA 1872-1878” “


“North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Iredell County”  by William L. Byrd III and John H. Smith


“Gift of the Rivers, Power of the people of the Southeast: A history of the Southeastern Power Administration” by Gus Norwood


“Guide to North Carolina Highway Historical Markers” Ninth Edition


“Gold in History, Geology & Culture: Collected Essays” Edited by Richard F. Knapp

Robert M. Topkins


“Twentieth Century Tar Heels” by Jan Broadfoot


“Cherokee Descendants West Vol. 3 N-Z: An index to the Guion Miller Applications”

by Jeff Bowen


“Cherokee Descendants: Guion Miller Applications Supplemental Roll and General Index of Eastern and Western Cherokee, Vol. 4 Part 2 N-Z” by Jeff Bowen


“Cherokee Descendants: Guion Miller Applications Supplemental Roll and General Index of Eastern and Western Cherokee, Vol. 4 Part I A-M” by Jeff Bowen


“Cherokee Descendants West, Vol. 2 A-M: An Index to the Guion Miller Applications” by Jeff Bowen


“Cherokee Descendants East: An index to the Guion Miller Applications Vol. I” by Jeff Bowen


“The Kyles of Iredell and Related Families, Vol. 1” by Betty Claire Gilroy Lawson


“The Kyles of Iredell and Related Families, Vol. II” by Betty Claire Gilroy Lawson


“Baseball in North Carolina’s Piedmont” by Chris Holaday


“Emigrants to Pennsylvania 1641-1819” by Edited by Michael Tepper


“Eighteenth Century Register of Emigrants from Southwest Germany to America and other countries” Edited by Professor Werner Hacker


“More Marylanders to Carolina: Migration of Marylanders to N.C. and S.C. Prior to 1800” by Henry C. Peden, Jr.


“1830 Census East Tennessee” by Byron Sistler


“Index to Early Tennessee Tax Lists” by Byron and Barbara Sistler


“Tennessee Mortality Schedules for 1850, 1860, 1880” by Byron and Barbara Sistler


“Surry County, N.C. Deeds Books A, B, C, 1770-1788” by Mrs. W.O. Absher


“Surry County, N.C. Deeds Books, D, E, F, 1779-1797” by Mrs. W.O. Absher


“Surry County, N.C. Wills 1771-1827” by Jo White Linn


“Iredell County, N.C. Earliest Extant Tax Lists 1800, 1815, 1837 Annotated Transcriptions” by Jo White Linn


“Everton’s Family History Magazine” Subscription


“Legacy of the Carolina and North-Western Railway” by Matthew C. Bumgarner


“Catawba County Census 1880”


“Catawba County Census 1850”


“Alleghany County, N.C. Marriages, 1849-1900”


“Iredell County, N.C. Deed Abstracts Books A & B 1788-1797”


“Iredell County, N.C. Deed Abstracts Books C & D, 1798-1803”


“Iredell County, N.C. Abstracts of the Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1815-1822, 1826-1834, 1839-1850”


“Fantastic Family Gatherings: Tried and True Ideas for Large and Small Family Reunions”


“Kentucky Genealogical Records and Abstracts Vol. I, 1781-1839”


“Kentucky Genealogical Records and Abstracts Vol. II, 1796-1839”


“Cherokee Roots: Eastern Cherokee Rolls, Vol. I”


“Cherokee Roots: Western Cherokee Rolls, Vol. II”


“Burke County Genealogical Society Journal”


“Watauga County Genealogical Society Journal”


“Caldwell County Genealogical Society Journal”


“1930 Census for entire State of North Carolina is now on Microfilm”


“Caldwell County Heritage Book”


“Watauga County Heritage Book Vol. 2”


“A History of Railroading in Western North Carolina”


“Catawba County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarters April Court 1850-October Court 1855”


“Heraldic Crests: A Pictorial Archive of 4,424 Designs for Artist and Craftspeople”


“Crafting your own Heritage Album”


“Burke County, N.C. Marriage Records 1781-1868”


“Catawba County Census, 1860 Full Name Index”


“Clans & Tartans of Scotland”


“The Overmountain Men”


“Scottish Clan and Family Names: Their Arms, Origins, and Tartans”


“North Carolina Abstracts of State Grants Vol. I”


“Battle of Cowpens”


“The Patriots at Kings Mountain”


“History o First Regiment of Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry”


“Revolutionary War Soldiers of Western N.C. Vol. 2 (Burke County)”


“Tryon County N.C. Court Minutes 1769-1779”


“Mountain Masters: Slavery and the Sectional Crisis in Western N.C.”


“The German Invasion of Western North Carolina”


“Scottish Clans and Tartans”


“Amazing North Carolina: Fascinating Facts, Entertaining Tales, Bizarre Happenings”


The Civil War in North Carolina: The Piedmont”


“Annals of Caldwell County”


“Flags of Civil War North Carolina”


“Invasion and Conquest of North Carolina: Anatomy of a Gunboat War”


“Alexander County Cemeteries:  Vols. 4-7”


“Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants Awarded by State Governments”


“The Yount Family of Europe and America”


“Davie County Marriages 1901-1959 including Brides Index”


“Land Entry Book, Wilkes County, N.C.  1778-1781”


“Wilkes County Court Minutes, 1789-1797”


“Chowan County Taxables 1788”


“Chowan County Taxables 1800”


“Johnson County, Tennessee 1870 Census”


“Johnson County, Tennessee 1880 Census”


“Johnson County, Tennessee 1900 Census”


“Johnson County, Tennessee 1910 Census”


“Johnson County, Tennessee 1920 Census”


“Caldwell County Cemeteries Vol. I, Vol, II and Vol. III.


“Davie County 1860 Federal Census”


“Davie County 1870 Federal Census”


“Along the Brushy Mountains of Alexander and Wilkes Counties”


“Iredell County, N.C. Abstracts of the Minutes of Pleas & Quarter Sessions 1851-1868”


“Schlegel’s American Families of German Ancestry in the United States Vols. 1, 2, 3, 4”


“Anson County 1763 Tax List”


“1860 Slave Schedule Catawba County, N.C.”


“Alexander County, N.C. Deed Abstracts Books 1, A, B and C 1847-1875”


“Catawba County Probates 1843-1885”


“1880 Census Alexander County, N.C.”


“Liberty United Methodist Church 1981 (History)”


“Havoc in North Carolina: The impact of the Civil War on the Brushy Mountains”


“Iredell County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Wilkes County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Cabarrus County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Burke County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Ashe County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Alexander County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Yadkin County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Watauga County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Surry County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Rowan County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Mecklenburg County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Lincoln County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Gaston County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Forsyth County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Davie County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Catawba County, N.C. Historical Map”


“Caldwell County, N.C. Historical Map”


“J.H Colton’s Topographical Map of North & South Carolina 1861”


“Map of N.C. by W.C. Kerr State Geologist 1882”


“North Carolina Troops 1861-1865 Vol. 15”


“Strength through Struggle: The Chronological and Historical Record of the

African-American Community in Wilmington, N.C. 1865-1950”


“Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865 CD-ROM”


“The Roster of Confederate Soldiers 1861-1865: 16 Volumes


“A Devil of a Whipping: The Battle of Cowpens”


“Dawes Rolls “Plus 1906 Guion Miller Roll” of Cherokee Nation 1898,”


“1924 Baker Roll: The final roll of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians of N.C.


“Reverend McKendree Robbins Long: Picture Painter of the Apocalypse”


“Burke County, N.C. 1810 Federal Census”


“Index to the 1800 Census of South Carolina”


“Early Kentucky Householders: 1787-1811”


“Roots for Kids: A genealogical guide for young people”


“List of Germans from the Palatinate who came to England in 1709”


“Where they’re buried: A directory containing more than Twenty Thousand names of notable persons buried in American Cemeteries”


“Rowan County, N.C. Index to Loose Estate Papers, 1750-1927”


“Partisans and Redcoats: The Southern conflict that turned the Tide of the American Revolution”


“World War II on the Web: A guide to the very best sites”


“In Search of your German Roots: A complete guide to tracing your ancestors in the Germanic areas of Europe”


“Directory of Scots in the Carolinas: 1680-1830”


“Union Churches in North Carolina during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries”


“Index to the 1810 Census of Kentucky”


“The Revolutionary War: Being a De-Mythed Account of How the Thirteen Colonies Turned a World Upside Down”


“Cemetery Records of Davidson County: Volumes 1 through Volume 8”


“Bible Records of Davidson County Vol. 1 and Vol. 2”


“Surry County, N.C. Marriages, 1869-1899”


“1860 Federal Census of Rowan County, N.C.”


“1870 Federal Census for Rowan County, N.C”


“1880 Census of Rowan County, N.C.”


“General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales Vol. 1 and Vol. 2”


“Caswell County, N.C. Will Books 1777-1819 & 1784 Tax List, Guardians’ Accounts 1794-1819, Caswell County Will Books, 1814-1843, Guardians’ Accounts 1819-1847, 1850 & 1860 Census Mortality Schedules, Powers of Attorney from Deed Books 1777-1830,”  2 Volumes in one.


“Bute County, N.C. Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions 1767-1779”


“Great Historic Families of Scotland”


“Marriage Record of Davidson County, N.C. 1927-1939 Vol. 5”


“Marriage Record of Davidson County, 1916-1926, Vol. 4”


“Marriage Record of Davidson County, 1901-1915, Vol. 3”


“Marriage Record of Davidson County, 1881-1900, Vol. 2”


“Marriage Records of Davidson County, 1822-1880, Vol. 1”


“Statesville Record and Landmark Index 1970-1979”


“The Civil War and Yadkin County, North Carolina”


“A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland Vol. 1 & 2”


“Deed Abstracts of Tryon, Lincoln, and Rutherford Counties, N.C.: 1769-1786 and Tryon County, N.C. Wills and Estates”


“Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds: A complete guide to all of the earliest land entries, military warrants, deeds and wills of the Commonwealth of Kentucky”


“Portraits of Conflict: A photographic history of N.C. in the Civil War”


“A Complete Guide to Creating Heritage Scrapbooks”


“Marriage Bonds of Haywood and Jackson Counties, N.C.”


“1851 Chapman Roll of the Easter Cherokee”


“1884 Hester Roll of the Eastern Cherokee”


“North Carolina 1905 Community and Business Directory”


“The People of the New River: Oral Histories from the Ashe, Alleghany and Watauga Counties of North Carolina”


“Abstracts of Wills Orange County, N.C. 1752-1850”


“Certificate Book of the Virginia Land Commission 1779-1780”


“The Genealogists Virtual Library: Full-text books on the World Wide Web”


“1840 Census Johnson County, Tennessee”


“Rockingham County, N.C. Deed Abstracts 1785-1800”


“An Ordinary of Arms: Contained in the Public Register of all Arms and Bearings in Scotland”


“Dictionary of American Family Names” 3 Vols.


“Rockingham County North Carolina Will Abstracts 1785-1865”


“Tom Dooley: A Wilkes County Legend, a Novel”


“1860 Agriculture Census of Alexander County, N.C.”


“New Hanover County Roster of Confederate Troops”


“MeeMa’s Memory Quilt: Treasured Stories of Watauga County History”


“Brunswick County, N.C. 1800 Census”


“Brunswick County, N.C. 1810 and 1820 Federal Census”


“Brunswick County, N.C. 1830 Census”


“Brunswick County, N.C. 1840 Census”


“Colonial Land Entries in North Carolina: Vol. 1, 1735-1752”


“Colonial Land Entries in North Carolina: Vol. 2, 1753-1756”


“Colonial Land Entries in North Carolina Vol. 3, Sept. 1766-Dec. 1768”


“Colonial Land Entries in North Carolina Vol. 4, Part 1 (May 1769-Nov. 1771)”


“Colonial Land Entries in North Carolina Vol. 4, Part 2 (May 1772-Jul. 1774)”


“Colonial Land Entries in North Carolina Vol. 4, Part 3 (1771-1775) and Index)


“Colonial Land Entries in North Carolina Vol. 3 (Land Warrants and Index)”


“Colonial Land Entries in North Carolina, Vol. 3, Part 1, (Mar. 1758-Sept. 1766)”


“Colonial Petitions for Land Resurveys Some Land Warrants 1753-1774 Caveats of Land Warrants 1767-1773 in North Carolina”


“Abstract of Land Entries: Stokes Co. N.C. 1790-1798”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Wilkes County, N.C. 1783-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Wilkes County, N.C. Part 1. (Nov. 1796-Nov. 1805)


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Wilkes County, N.C. Part 2, (Nov. 1805-1810)


“Abstracts of Henry E. McCulloh’s Survey Book and Petition to the Crown and Warrants (Money) Issued in 1787 by Gov. Richard Caswell”


“Onslow County, N.C. 1860 Census”


“New Hanover County, N.C. 1800 Census”


“New Hanover County, N.C. 1830 Census”


“New Hanover County, N.C. 1840 Census”


“New Hanover County, N.C. 1860 Census”


“New Hanover County, N.C. 1815-1845 Tax Lists”


“New Hanover County, N.C. 1865 Tax List”


“New Hanover County, N.C. 1885 Tax List”


“New Hanover County, N.C. Record of Marriage Licenses 1843-1863”


“Heritage of Watauga County, Vol. 1”


“Our Heritage: Robeson County, N.C. Heritage Book”


“1887 Tax Listing Watauga County, N.C.”


“1880 Census of Watauga County, N.C.”


1870 Census of Watauga County, N.C.”


“1850 Census of Watauga County, N.C.”


“1860 Census of Watauga County, N.C.”


“1900 Census of Watauga County, N.C. Vol. I”


“1900 Census of Watauga County, N.C. Vol. II”


“1910 Census of Watauga County, N.C. Vol. I”


“1910 Census of Watauga County, N.C. Vol. II”


“1920 Census of Watauga County, N.C. Vol. I”


“1920 Census of Watauga County, N.C. Vol. II”


“Abstracts of Sales of Confiscated Loyalists Land and Property in North Carolina”


“Place name Index to North Carolina Land Entries (1778-1795)”


“Glasgow Land Fraud Papers 1783-1800 North Carolina Revolutionary War Bounty Land in Tennessee Part 1 & Index”


“Glasgow Land Fraud Papers Volume 2 (North Carolina Revolutionary War Bounty Land in Tennessee”


“Glasgow Land Fraud Papers 1783-1800 North Carolina Revolutionary War Bounty Land in Tennessee Part 2”


“Glasgow Land Fraud Papers 1783-1800 North Carolina Revolutionary War Bounty Land in Tennessee Part 3”


“Glasgow Land Fraud Papers 1783-1800 North Carolina Revolutionary War Bounty Land in Tennessee Part 4 & Index”


“Petitions for Land Grant Suspensions in North Carolina 1776-1836 Part 1”


“Petitions for Land Grant Suspensions in North Carolina 1776-1836 Part 2”


“Index to North Carolina Land Entries (1778-1795) [People with surnames: A-F]”


“Index to North Carolina Land Entries (1778-1795) [People with surnames: G-N]”


“Index to North Carolina Land Entries (1778-1795) [People with surnames: O-X]”


“4th North Carolina Cavalry in the Civil War”


“Ancestors of Frank Grady Hall, III, and their link to The Revolutionary War in America”


“Estes Genealogy from England to America, Vol. I”


“Estes Genealogy from England to America, Vol. II”


“Estes Genealogy from England to America, Vol. III & Index”


“The Moore family of North Carolina”


“The N.F. Templeton Family”


“The Catawbans: Vol. II Pioneers in Progress


“Old Wounds: Oral Histories of America’s W.W. II Servicemen in Prisoner of War Camps”


“Yesterday’s Child: Growing up in a mill town during the Great Depression (Hoobrook Family”


“Old Burke County Relatives”


“Johnson County, TN, Will Book 2 March 1882-July 1932”


“Everton’s Family History Magazine”


“Abstracts of Land Warrants Bladen County, N.C. 1778-1803”


“Abstracts of Land Warrants Bladen County, N.C. 1778-1803 Vol. II”


“Attractive Statesville”


“Breaking Loose Together: The Regulator Rebellion in Pre-Revolutionary N.C.”


“The Road to Guilford Courthouse”


“Encyclopedia of American War Heroes”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Anson County, N.C. Books, N,S,O, & P”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Anson County, N.C. Books, H1, K, & H”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Anson County, N.C. Books F, G, H2, L, & M”


“Abstracts of Deeds, Anson County, N.C. Books D, C2, & E”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Anson County, N.C. Book 4,7, & B2”


“Abstracts of Deeds, Anson County, N.C. Bks. Q,R,T, & U”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Anson County, N.C. Books V, W, & X”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Edgecombe Co., N.C. 1783-1784”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Gates Co., N.C. 1779-1794”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Guilford Co., N.C. 1779-1796 & Rockingham Co. N.C. 1790-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Burke County, N.C. 1791-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Caswell County, N.C. 1778-1795, 1841-1863, & Person Co. N.C. 1792-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Carteret Co., N.C. 1778-1803”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Bute Co., N.C. 1778-1779”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Anson County, N.C. 1778-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Brunswick Co., N.C. 1794-1820”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Bladen Co., N.C. 1778-1781”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Ashe Co., N.C. 1800-1823”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Ashe Co., N.C. 1800-1823”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Buncombe Co., N.C. 1794-1796”


“Ghost Ship of Diamond Shoals: The Mystery of the Carroll A. Deering”


“Black Genesis: A Resource Book for African-American Genealogy”


“Baseball in the Carolinas”


“Abbreviations Acronyms: A Guide for Family Historians”


“Covered with Glory: The 26th North Carolina Infantry at the Battle of Gettysburg”


“World War II Military Records: A Family Historians Guide”


“The Thirty-Seventh North Carolina Troops: Tar Heels in the army of Northern Virginia”


“The North Carolina Century: Tar Heels Who Made a Difference, 1900-2000”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Lincoln County, NC 1783-1795”


“Abstracts of Lincoln County, N.C: Land Entries 1780 & 1795-1797”


“Lincoln County, N.C. Tax List 1837”


“Abstracts of Land War Warrants: Guilford County, N.C. 1778-1932”


“Abstracts of Land Warrants: Edgecombe County, NC 1778-1900”


“Abstracts of Land Warrants: Chowan Co., NC 1778-1932”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Tryon and Lincoln Co., NC 1778-1780”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Pitt Co., NC 1778-1797”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Lincoln County, NC 1825-1953”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Lincoln County, NC, Books 26-27”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Chatham Co., NC 1778-1790”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Lincoln County, NC Books 28-30”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Iredell Co., NC 1789-1804”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Hyde Co., NC 1778-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Dublin Co., NC 1778-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Cumberland Co., NC 1778-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Craven Co., NC 1778-1796”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Lincoln Co., NC 1798-1825”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Lincoln County, NC Books 23-25”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Lincoln County, NC Books 20-22”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Lincoln County, NC 1793-1800 Books 17-19”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Lincoln County, NC 1786-1793 Books 3-4, & 16”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Guilford Co., NC Books 3-6”


“Ghost Stories of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County”


“Kentucky Land Warrants, for the French, Indian & Revolutionary Wars”


“Traditions of the Swamp Fox: William W. Boddie’s Francis Marion”


“1774 Granville County, N.C. Militia Records”


“1755 Granville County, N.C. Militia Records”


“Granville County, 1755 Tax List”


“The Green Dragoon: Lives of Banastre Tarleton and Mary Robinson”


“Clark’s Regiments: An Extended Index to the Histories of the Several Regiments and Battalions from North Carolina in the Great War 1861-65”


“Hopewell Friends History, 1734-1934, Frederick County, Virginia”


“Enterprising Southerners: Black Economic Success in N.C. 1865-1915”


“Washington County, Tennessee: Settlements of Estates 1790-1841”


“”Crowds and Soldiers in Revolutionary N.C: The Culture of Violence in Riot and War”


“Matt W. Ransom: Confederate General from N.C.”


“Bobby McMillon and A Tree Accurst: Stories of Frankie Silver”


“Across the Dark River: The Odyssey of the 56th N.C. Infantry in the American Civil War”


“The Power of Femininity in the New South: Women’s Organizations and Politics in N.C, 1880-1930”


“Professional Baseball in North Carolina: An Illustrated City-by-City History, 1901-1996”


“The Civil War on the Outer Banks: A history of the Late Rebellion Along the Coast of N.C. from Carteret to Currituck”


“Clingman’s Brigade in the Confederacy, 1862-1865”


“First Families of Tennessee: A Register of Early Settlers and their Present-Day Descendants”


“The Civil War Roster of Davidson County, N.C.”


“Hispanic American Genealogical Source Book”


“Hugh Morton’s North Carolina”


“History of the Cherokee Indians”


“Index of births reported in the Statesville Record & Landmark 1954-1970”


“Caswell County, N.C. Marriage Bonds, 1778-1868”


“Johnson County, TN, 1920 Census”


“Everyday life in the 1800’s”


“Everyday life during the Civil War”


“Social Security Applications: A Genealogical Resource”


“Women and the law of Property in Early America”


“History of the wreck of Old 97”


“My face to the enemy”


“500 Brickwall Solutions to Genealogical Problems”


“Inheritance in America from Colonial Times to the Present”


“1788 Granville County, N.C. Tax List”


“Carter County, TN, 1836 Tennessee Civil Districts and Tax Lists”


“Ashe County, N.C. Marriage Records 1817-1871”


“The Indians New World: The Catawba and their Neighbors from European Contact through the era of Removal.”


“Bentonville: The Final Battle of Sherman and Johnson”


“Sims Index to Land Grants in West Virginia”


“A Succession of Honorable Victories: The Burnside Expedition in North Carolina”


“Gender and Jim Crow: Women and the Politics of White Supremacy in North Carolina 1896-1920”


“The Forest City Lynching of 1900”


“Tennessee Land Entries: Washington County, 1778-1796 Vol. I”


“Tennessee Land Entries: Washington County, 1778-1796 Vol. II”


“Tennessee Land Entries: Washington County, 1778-1796 Vol. III”


“Index to North Carolina County Maps: Davie, Guilford, Montgomery, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, and Yadkin”


“Abstracts of Land Warrants: Brunswick County, NC 1778-1810”


“West Tennessee Surveys: 1783-1788”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: New Hanover Co., NC 1778-1796”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Onslow Co., NC 1778-1796”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Richmond Co., NC 1780-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Robeson Co., NC 1787-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Rutherford Co., NC 1779-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Rutherford Co., NC 1795-1803”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Surry Co., NC 1784-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Tyrrell Co., NC 1778-1794”


“Tennessee Land Entries: John Armstrong’s Office Part 1”


“Tennessee Land Entries: John Armstrong’s Office Part 2”


“Tennessee Land Entries: Military Bounty Land Warrants”


“Tennessee Land Entries: Military Bounty Land, William Christmas’ Office”


“Tennessee Land Entries: Military Bounty Land, Martin Armstrong’s Office”


“Tennessee Land Entries: Military Bounty Land, Martin Armstrong’s Office Vol. II”


“Tennessee Land Entries: Military Bounty Land, Martin Armstrong’s Office Vol. III”


“Tennessee Land Entries:  Military Bounty Land, Martin Armstrong’s Office Vol. IV”


“Tennessee Land Entries: Military Bounty Land, Index”


“Randolph County, NC, Land Entries 1779, 1780, & 1783-1801”


“Abstracts of Land Warrants: Rockingham County, NC, 1778-1929”


“Abstracts of Land Warrants: Randolph County, NC, 1778-1948”


“Abstracts of Land Warrants: Randolph County, NC, 1778-1948 Vol. II”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Rutherford County, NC, Jan. 1804-June 1834”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Rutherford County, NC, Jan. 1804-June 1834 Vol. II”


“Abstracts of Land Entries Randolph County, NC, 1801-1833”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Orange County, NC, 1778-1795”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Moore Co., NC, 1784-1797”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Mecklenburg Co., NC, 1778-1795”


“Some Early Tax Digests of Georgia, 1790-1818”


“German-American Genealogical Research”


“Abstracts of Deeds: New Hanover Co., NC, Books C, D, & E”


“Gone To Georgia: Jackson and Gwinnett Counties and their Neighbors in the Western Migration”


“Villainy Often Goes Unpunished: Indian Records from the N.C. General Assembly 1675-1789”


“The Roanoke Island Freedman’s Colony 1862-1867: Time full of trial.”


“From Ulster to Carolina”


“T is for Tar Heel: A North Carolina Alphabet”


“Surry County 1850 Census”


“Simpson County, N.C. Will Abstracts 1784-1900”


“Marriage Register of Johnston County, N.C. Vol. 1, 1867-1880”


“Marriage Register of Johnson County, N.C. Vol. II, 1881-1900”


“Franklin County, N.C. Tax Lists, 1785-1810”


“Wills of Tyrrell County, N.C. 1729-1811”


“The Deeds of Northampton County, N.C. 1759-1774”


“Volunteer Revolutionary War Soldiers from N.C.”


“Surry County, N.C. Tax List for the Year 1862”


“Abstracts of Births, Deaths, Marriages, and other items of Interest from Mount Airy, N.C. Newspapers, 1872-1895”


“Stokes County, N.C. County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Vol. I, 1790-1793”


“Stokes County, N.C. County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Vol. II, 1793-1795”


“Surry County, N.C. Will Abstracts Vols. 5 & 6 1853-1901”


“Surry County, N.C. Deed Abstracts Vols. G & H, 1795-1800”


“Surry County, N.C. Deed Abstracts Vols. G & H 1795-1800”


“Surry County, N.C. Deed Abstracts Vol. I 1800-1803”


“Surry County, N.C. Deed Abstracts Vol. K and L 1803-1808”


“Taxables in Surry County,  N.C. for the year 1835”


“1880 Census of Surry County, N.C. Includes 1880 Population Schedule and 1880 Mortality Schedule”


“1870 Population Schedule Products of Industry Schedule and Mortality Schedule for Surry County, N.C.”


“Orange County Records Vol. XIII: Inventories and Accounts of Sales 1758-1785”


“Orange County Records, Vol. XII, Deed Books 8 & 9”


“Orange County Records, Vol. XI, Deed Books 6 & 7”


“Orange County Records, Vol. X State Land Grants 501-1000”


“Orange County Records, Vol. IX, State Land Grants 1-500”


“Orange County Records, Vol. VIII Deed Book 5, Abstracts”


“Orange County Records, Vol. VII: Granville Proprietary Land Office Miscellaneous Records”


“Orange County Records, Vol. VI, Granville Proprietary Land Office Deeds and Surveys, 1761-1763”


“Orange County Records, Vol. V, Granville Proprietary Land Office Deeds and Surveys, 1752-1760”


“Orange County Records, Vol. IV, Deed Book 4, Abstracts”


“Orange County Records, Vol. III, Deed Book 3, Abstracts”


“Orange County Records, Vol. II, Deed Books 1 & 2, Abstracts”


“Orange County Records, Vol. I, Granville Proprietary Land Office, Abstracts of Loose Estate Papers”


“North Carolina 1860 Federal Census”


‘History and Genealogy of the Witherspoon Family”


“Marriage Registers of Johnston County, N.C. Vol. 11 1881-1900”


“Marriage Register of Johnston County, N.C. Vol. 1, 1867-1880”


“William Washington: Cavalryman of the Revolution”


“Genealogical Abstracts of Wills, 1758-1824 Halifax County, N.C.”


“Granville County 1755 Tax List”


“State Agency Finding Aids of Interest to Genealogists Vol. I, Colonial Higher Courts District Superior Courts, N.C. Supreme Courts, Treasurers and Comptrollers Papers, State Auditors Papers”


“State Agency Finding Aids of Interest to Genealogists: Vol. II Military Collection Adjutant General’s Papers”


“A Roster Halifax County, N.C. 1861-1865”


“Orange County Records, Vol.  XVI, Inventories and Accounts of Sales, 1800-1808”


“1754-1755 Craven County, N.C. Militia Records”


“1754-1755 New Hanover County, N.C. Militia Records”


“1760 Mecklenburg County, N.C. Militia Records”


“1754-1755 Onslow County, N.C. Militia Records”


“1754-1755 Chowan County, N.C. Militia Records”


“1760 Beaufort County, N.C. Militia Records”


“1757-1758 Tyrrell County, N.C. Militia Records”


“1754-1755 Pasquotank County, N.C. Militia Records”


“Chowan County, 1717 Tax List”


“Bute County, 1771 Tax List”


“1769 Onslow County, N.C. Tax List”


“Tyrrell County, N.C. 1755 Tax List”


“Wayne County, N.C. 1786 Tax List”


“1715 Currituck Levies, N.C. Tax Series”


“New Hanover County 1755 Tax List”


“Pasquotank County, N.C. 1769 Tax List”


“1770 Randolph County, N.C. Tax Series”


“1740 Perquiman, NC. Tax Lists”


“Camden County, N.C. 1782 Tax List”


“1782 Nash County, N.C. Tax List”


“Cumberland County, N.C. 1755 Tax List”


“Guilford County, Deed Book Two, 1779-1784”


“Guilford County, Deed Book One”


“Johnston County, N.C. Will Abstracts 1746-1870 Vol. I & II Revised Edition 1991”


“Abstracts of Deeds of Cumberland County, N.C. Vol. Two Books 4-7 1770-1785”


“Abstracts of Record of Wills, Inventories, Settlements of Estates 1802-1812, Wake County, N.C. Vol. II”


“North Carolina Abstracts of State Grants Vol. II”


“Early Records of N.C. Vol. VIII Wills, 1756-1794 from the Secretary of State Papers”


“Early Records of N.C. Vol. IX,  Colonial Court Records – Estate Records 1665-1775”


“Early Records of N.C. Vol. X, Colonial Court Records – Estate Papers 1665-1775”


“Early Records of N.C. Vol. XI, Colonial Court Records – Estates Papers 1665-1775”


“N.C. Confederate Militia and Home Guard Records Vol. I: Militia Letter Book 1862-1864”


“N.C. Confederate Militia and Home Guard Records Vol. 2, Militia Letter Book 1864-1865 and Home Guard Orders”


“N.C. Confederate Militia and Home Guard Records Vol. 3, Home Guard Letter Book, 1863-1865”


“The 1860 Federal Census of Edgecombe County, N.C.”


“Early Records of N.C. Vol. III, Loose Estate Papers and Related Materials, 1712-1798”


“Early Records of N.C. Vol. IV: Wills 1663-1722”


“Early Records of N.C. Vol. V. Wills 1723-1736”


“Early Records of N.C. Vol. VI: Wills 1737-1749”


“Early Records of N.C. Vol. VII: Wills 1750-1755”


“Cherokee County Heritage, N.C. Vol. I”


“Cherokee County Heritage, N.C. Vol. II”


“Rutherford County, N.C. Heritage”


“Granville County Heritage, N.C. Vol. I”


“Bladen County Heritage, N.C. Vol. I”


“Marriage Register, Durham County, N.C. 1881-1906”


“Black Soldiers in Blue: African American Troops in the Civil War Era”


“First to Fly: North Carolina and the Beginnings of Aviation”


“They Fought Like Demons: Women Soldiers in the Civil War”


“Fanatics and Fire-Eaters: Newspapers and the Coming of the Civil War”


“North Carolina Slave Narratives”


“The Library of Congress Civil War Desk Reference”


“When Sherman Marched North from the Sea: Resistance on the Confederate Home Front”


“Abstracts of Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland County, N.C. April 1779-Jan. 1791 Vol. II”


“Marriage Register, Durham County, N.C. 1881-1906”


“Map: Historic Map Library British Isles 1856-1920”


“The Day Dixie Died: Southern Occupation 1865-1866”


“In Memory Of: An index to Hyde County Cemeteries”


“Hidden Ancestors: Abstracts of Bastardy Papers and Selected County Minutes Hyde County, N.C. 1740-1896”


“Hyde Remembers: Historic Bible and Family Records of Hyde County, N.C.”


“1860 U.S. Federal Census North Carolina Vol. I & II”


“Obituaries: North Carolina Civil War Soldiers and Veterans Vol. 5”


“The Deeds of Northhampton County, N.C. 1774-1787”


“The Wills of Nash County, N.C. Vol. I, 1777-1848”

“Halifax County, N.C. Court Minutes Vol. I, 1784-1787”


“Halifax County, N.C. Court Minutes Vol. II, 1796-1797”


“Franklin County, N.C. Original Wills, Vol. I, 1780-1861”


“Franklin County, N.C. Original Wills, Vol. II, 1862-1900”


“Edgecombe County, N.C. Deeds, Vol. I: 1759-1768”


“Edgecombe County, N.C. Deeds, Vol. 2: 1768-1778”


“Craven County, N.C. Vol. I, 1737-1766 Deeds, Wills, Inventories”


“Craven County, N.C. Vol. II, 1742-1801 Deeds, Wills, Inventories”


“The Deeds of Bertie County, N.C. 1757-1772”


“The 1850 Federal Census Franklin County, N.C.”


“1860 Federal Census Halifax County, N.C.”


“North Carolina Confederate Home Guard Examinations 1863-1864”


“Tyrrell County, N.C. Wills, 1812-1900”


“Tyrrell County, N.C. Estate Records, 1734-1800”


“Deeds of Tyrrell County, N.C. 1760-1770”


“Wake County, N.C. Census and Tax Lists 1830 and 1840”


“Family Chronicle Year Three”


“Family Chronicle Year Four”


“Family Chronicle Year Five”


“Family Chronicle Year Six”


“Washington County, Tennessee Deeds, 1775-1800”


“Genealogy Online”


“Documents of our Ancestors: A Selection of Reproducible Genealogy Forms and Tips for Using them”


“The way we lived in North Carolina”


“The Wuerttemberg Emigration Index”


“The French and Indian War from Scottish Sources”


“The Negro’s Civil War: How American Blacks Felt and Acted During the War for the Union”


“Hyde County, N.C. Record of Deeds A, 1736-1762”


“Hyde County, N.C. Record of Deeds B, 1762-1783”


“The 1900 Census of Hyde County, N.C.”


“The 1910 Census of Hyde County, N.C.”


“The 1850 Census of Hyde County, N.C.”


“Johnson County, TN Tax List, 1836-1839”


“The Estate Records of Hyde 1700’s: Abstracts of the Loose Estate Records of Hyde County Found in the N.C. State Archives”


“1900 Federal Census of Caldwell County,  NC.”


“Cowart’s Index to Marriages Polk Co., N.C. Jan. 18 1847-1945”


“In the name of God, Amen! Abstracts of Hyde County, N.C. Wills and Probate 1709 through 1775”


“In the name of God, Amen! Abstracts of Hyde County, N.C. Wills Entered for Probate 1776 to May Court 1819 Book II.”


“1850 Federal Census of Brunswick County, N.C”


“W.P. Fife: The Drummer Evangelist”


“Beaufort County, N.C. Will Abstracts 1720-1868”


“Under the Forest Floor: The Restoration of Quaker Meadows Cemetery”


“Records of Estates of Johnston County, N.C. Vol. VI-XIII 1808-1822 Vol. II”


“Records of Estates of Johnston County, N.C. Vol. I – V 1781-1807 Vol. I”


“Index to Johnston County Loose Estates 1771-1962”


“Lest We Forget… Our Hillard Relatives in the 20th Century”


“Hyde County, N.C.  Court Minutes 1756-1785 Book II”


“Hyde County, N.C. Court Minutes 1757-1788 Book III”


“Hyde County, N.C. Court Minutes 1767-1784 Book IV”


“Hyde County, N.C. Court Minutes 1789-1797 Book V”


“Deeds of Halifax County, N.C. 1796-1802”


“Deeds of Halifax County, N.C. 1786-1796”


“Deeds of Halifax County, N.C. 1758-1771”


“The Deeds of Tyrrell County, N.C. 1735-1760”


“Justice James Iredell”


“Genealogical Calendar 1753-2000: NGS Research Aid No. I”


“Mountaineer Heritage: Ashe County Vols. 5, 8, 10, 11, 12, 15, 20”


“1860 Ashe County N.C. Census”


“1850 Ashe County N.C. Census”


“The Confederate Regimental History Series: The 5th and 7th Battalions N.C. Cavalry and the N.C. Cavalry (65 N.C. State Troops)”


“History of the N.C. Third Mounted Infantry Volunteers, U.S.A. March, 1864-Aug. 1865”


“In the County of the Enemy: The Civil War Reports of a Massachusetts Corporal”

“Heritage of Ashe County Vol. I”


“Caldwell County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Vol. II 1847-1852”


“Caldwell County,  N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions the First Six Years 1841-1847”


“Index to 1860 Mortality Schedule of South Carolina”


“Index to the 1860 Federal Census of South Carolina”


“Ashe County Heritage Vol. II”


“Story or Two Tennessee Families: Edwards-Hyder”


“Ashe County, N.C. Cemetery Records Vols. I and 11”


“Ashe County, N.C. Marriages 1800-1900”


“Messages from the Dead”


“Watauga & Yadkin River Railroad”


“Hickory Motor Speedway: The World’s Most Famous Short Tract”


“World War II Hometown and Home Front Heroes: Life-Experience Stories From the Carolinas’ Piedmont”


“Edmiston: Collection of Edmiston Memories”


“Pine Grove Adventist Cemetery: Statesville, N.C.”


“The Lost Cause: Myths and Realities of the Confederacy”


“Afro-American Death Notices from Eastern N.C. Newspapers: 1859-1935”


“Marriage Register of Watauga County, N.C. 1873-1954”


“1830 Federal Census Ashe County, N.C.”


“1880 Federal Census of Ashe County,  N.C. Including the Mortality Schedule”


“Confederate Greene County, N.C. & “The Grandfather Clause”


“Corrections or Alterations to Land Grants in North Carolina (1714-1873) & Tennessee (1778-1796)”

“Tennessee Land Warrants Vol. 4: Part I: Greene County and Sullivan County warrants”


“Tennessee Land Warrants Vol. 4: Part 2: Surveyor’s Rights, Preemption Claims, Evans’ Battalion, Guard Rights, etc.”


“Tennessee Land Warrants Vol. 4: Part 3,: Index


“Looking Back: Edition 4, Vols. 1, 2, 3, and 4: The ancestry of my grandparents (Duncan Family)


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Montgomery Co., NC  1778-1795”


“The Family Tree Guide Book”


“Kentucky Marriages: 1797-1865”


“Scrapbook Storytelling”


“Preserving Your Family Photographs”


“New Ideas for Crafting Heritage Albums”


“Thomas Lanier Clingman: Fire Eater From the Carolina Mountains”


“Map of Davidson County 1890”


“Map of Davidson County, N.C. 1910” by C.M. Miller


“Index to Revolutionary War Service Records Vol. I: A-D”


“Index to Revolutionary War Service Records Vol. II: E-K”


“Index to Revolutionary War Service Records Vol. III: L-R”


“Index to Revolutionary War Service Records Vol. IV: S-Z”


“Surnames of Wales”


“Surnames of Ireland”


“Swiss Emigration Book, Vol. I”


“Welsh Family Coats of Arms”


“Knights of England, Vols. I and II”


“The Greensboro Patriot Index 1826-1835”


“Statesville Neighborhood Analysis Statesville, N.C”


“Alamance County, N.C. 1850 Census with Ancestors and Descendants of Selected Families”


“On the Frontier of Virginia & N.C.: A gazetteer of the first ‘Old West”


“Woman’s Civic Club of Statesville History”


“Men of Iredell in the First World War: Landmark Special Edition, July 2, 1919”


“Cowart’s Index to Marriages Henderson Co. N.C. 1851-1915”


“Cowart’s Index to Marriages Transylvania Co., N.C. 1861-1945”


“Genealogy and Indexing”


“Tar Heels: Five Points in the Records of N.C.”


“Sourcebook for Jewish Genealogies and Family Histories”


“Map of Germany divided into its Circles” Reproduction of 1760 by John Blair


“Map of L’Empire D’Allemagne, divife en fes Cercles avec Le Royaume de Boheme”


“Map: New and Accurate of Map of Germany” reproduction of 18th century original”


“Peace and War on the Anglo-Cherokee Frontier, 1756-63”


“Tennessee Tidbits Vols. 2, 3, 4”


“1870 Federal Census and Supplementary Schedules of Stanly County, N.C”


“1860 Federal Census of Stanly County”


“1850 Federal Census of Stanly County”


“Abstracts of the Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Stanly County, 1841-1850”


“Stanly County N.C. Marriages: Book I 1851-1867 and Book II 1867-1904”


“Tennessee Land Grants Vol. I and Vol. II”


“Obituaries: N.C. Civil War Soldiers and Veterans: Vol. 1,2,3,4”


“Death and Marriage Notices of the Hillsborough Recorder: 1820-1879”


“Marriage and Death Notices from the Hillsborough Recorder Hillsborough, Orange Co. N.C. Vol. 1: 1820-1836”


“Marriage and Death Notices from the Hillsborough Recorder, Hillsborough, Orange County, N.C. Vol. 2: 1837-1845”


“Marriage and Death Notices from the Hillsborough Recorder, Hillsborough, Orange County, N.C. Vol. 3: 1846-1853”


“Afro-American Death Notices from Eastern N.C. Newspapers: 1860-1948”


“1880 Federal Census and Supplementary Schedules of Stanly County, N.C.”


“Entry Takers Book: Caldwell County, N.C.: William Greenway Entry Officer”


“Caldwell County Families: Newspaper articles Vol. I”


“Caldwell County Families: Newspaper articles from the Lenoir Topic July 27, 1878-Nov. 11, 1880”


“Caldwell County Families: Newspaper articles from the Lenoir Topic Nov. 16, 1876-July 20, 1878”


“Caldwell County Families: Newspaper articles from the Caldwell Messenger Sept. 25, 1875-Nov. 9, 1876”


“1870 Census of Caldwell County, N.C.”


“1880 Census of Caldwell County, N.C.”


“1860 Census of Caldwell County, N.C.”


“Whatsoever Things Are Love: Poetry by Rev. Sneed Ogburn”


“The Gray and the Black: The Confederate Debate on Emancipation”


“The Untold Story of Frankie Silver”


“America’s First Western Frontier: East Tennessee: A Story of the early settlers and Indians of East Tennessee”


“1890 Civil War Veterans Census – Tennessee”

“1815 Directory of Virginia Landowners (and Gazetteer) 6 Vols.”


“Early East Tennessee Marriages Vol. I Grooms”


“Early East Tennessee Marriages Vol. II Brides”


“SAR Revolutionary War Graves Register CD ‘


“The Connection in East Tennessee”


“Abstract Henderson County, N.C. Estate Records: 1838-1900”


“Carter County, Tennessee Marriage Records: 1796-1870”


“Henderson County, N.C. Cemeteries”


“Polk County, N.C. Cemeteries”


“Log Cabin Court: The business of a pioneer court, with sketches of principal players: Minutes of the County Court, Book 1, Macon County, N.C. 1829-1832”


“Early Wills of Macon County, NC: Horse Beasts, Muly Cows and Runaway Daughters: Will  Book 1, 1830-1866”


“Macon County, NC in the 1850 Census: A snapshot in time”


“Gleamings from the French Broad Hustler, Hendersonville, N.C. 1905-1910”


“Gleamings from the French Broad Hustler, Hendersonville, N.C. 1910 & 1911”


“Gleamings from the French Broad Hustler, Hendersonville, N.C. 1912-1913”


“Gleamings from the French Broad Hustler, Hendersonville, N.C. 1914-1915”


“Index to Henderson County, N.C. Deaths 1914-1956”


“May we all remember well: A journal of the History & Cultures of Western N.C.” Vols. I & II.


“Until he is dead” 


“Macon County, N.C. in the 1850 Census”


“Madison County, N.C. Marriages, 1851-1869”


“Indexed 1835 Poll Books, Burke, Haywood, Yancey, Macon, Rutherford, and Buncombe Counties”


“Abstracts of Wills, Buncombe County, N.C., 1792-1904”


“Families of Haywood County based on the 1850 Census Records, 7 Vols.”


“The Civil War Dead from Buncombe County, 1861-1865”


“The Mclungeons: The Resurrection of a Proud People”


“Abstract Henderson County, N.C. Estate Records, 1838-1900”


“McDowell County, N.C. Marriages, 1870-1894”


“McDowell County, N.C. Marriages, 1894-1912”


“McDowell County, N.C. Marriages, 1912-1929”


“Cemeteries of Madison County, N.C. Vol. 5”


“Cemeteries of Madison County, N.C. Vol. 4”


“Cemeteries of Madison County, N.C. Vol. 3”


“Cemeteries of Madison County, N.C. Vol. 2”


“Cemeteries of Madison County,  N.C. Vol. 1”


“Consolidated Listings of Western North Carolina Cemeteries as Previously Published in “A lot of Bunkum’ 1980-1991”


“Haywood County, N.C. 1850 Federal Census”


“Early Marriage Bonds of Haywood County, N.C. 1808-1870”


“Burke County, N.C. Deeds Registered 1804-1813”


“Short History of the Ham Surname in Virginia and N.C. Vols. 1, 2, & 3”


“Abraham Fleming and his Descendants”


“Caldwell County, N.C. Marriage Register 2, 1873-1893”


“Comprehensive Full-Name Index, Cemeteries of Burke County, N.C Vols. 1-IV”


“Burke County, N.C. Deed Book A”


“Hillsborough District, N.C. Superior Court of Law, 1789-1798, Book II”


“Hillsborough District, N.C. Superior Court Minutes, 1768-1791, Book I”


“Orange County, N.C. County Court, Minutes, 1787-1793, Book IV”


“Orange County, N.C. Court Minutes, 1777-1786, Book III”


“Orange County, N.C. Court Minutes, 1762-1766, Book II”


“Orange County, N.C. Court Minutes, 1752-1761, Book I”


“Index Death Certificates Books 1-20, Madison County, N.C.”


“Index Death Certificates Books 21-40, Madison County, N.C.”


“Index Death Certificates Books 41-60, Madison County, N.C.”


“Index Death Certificates Books 61-77, Madison County, N.C.”


“Madison County Obituaries, Madison County, N.C. Reprints for the years: 1904-1935”


“Transylvania County, N.C., Permanent Register, 1902-1908”


“Western North Carolina, Bible Records”


“Graham County, N.C. Marriages Vol. I, 1872-1910”


“Permanent Roll of Registered Voters, Haywood County, N.C. 1902”


“1860 Census Surry County, N.C.”


“Joseph Winston His Entry Book, Surry County, N.C. Land Entries 1778-1781”


“Surry County, N.C. Overseers of Roads: 1807-1833”


“Surry County, N.C. County Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions Vol. I, 1790-1795”


“Surry County, N.C. County Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions Vol. II 1796-1800”


“Surry County, N.C. County Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions Vol. III 1801-1804”


“Surry County, N.C. County Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions Vol. IV 1805-1809”


“Surry County, N.C. County Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions Vol. V, 1810-1814”


“Surry County, N.C. County Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions Vol. VI 1815-1819”


“Jacob Jeremiah Bostian: Country School Teacher in North Carolina”


“Still Fighting the Civil War: The American South and Southern History”


“Saluda, N.C. 100 Years: 1881-1981, Vols. I and II”


“Heritage of Henderson County, N.C. Vol. I”


“Unsung Heroines of the Carolina Frontier: A curriculum resource”


“The War of 1812”


“The American Revolution”


“The Spanish-American War”


“Reconstruction”


“The Atlantic Slave Trade”


“Missouri Marriages before 1840”


“German New River Settlement: Virginia”


“East Tennessee Forgotten Children: Apprentices from 1778-1911”


“World War II”


“World War I”


“Records of the Regiments of the South Carolina Line in the Revolutionary War”


“The Kings Mountain Men”


“Copy of the Original Index Book showing the Revolutionary Claims Filed in South Carolina between August 20, 1783 and August 31, 1786”


“The French and Indian War”


“1850 Federal Census of Edgecombe County, N.C.”


“Deeds of Halifax County, N.C. 1771-1786”


“Martin County, N.C. Abstracts of Deed Book B & C, 1787-1801”


“Martin County, N.C. Abstracts of Deed Book A, 1774-1787”


“Martin County, N.C. Abstracts of Will Books 1 & 2”


“Martin County, N.C. Abstracts of Will Books, 3 &  4”


“Genealogical Dictionary of New England, 4 Vol. set”


“1900 Federal Census of Rutherford County, N.C.”


“1880 Federal Census of Rutherford County, N.C.”


“1840 Federal Census of Rutherford County, N.C.”


“Lincoln County, N.C. Index to Vital Statistics—Deaths, 1913-1992, 2 Vols.”


“1880 Federal Census of Lincoln County, N.C.”


“Rutherford County, N.C. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, 1840-1841”


“Rutherford County, N.C. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, 1838-1839”


“Rutherford County, N.C. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, 1836-1837”


“Rutherford County, N.C. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, 1834-1835”


“Rutherford County, N.C. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, 1832-1833”


“Rutherford County, N.C. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, 1830-1831”


“1800 Federal Court of Rutherford County, N.C.”


“Rutherford County, N.C. 1870 Census”


“Rutherford County, N.C. 1860 Census”


“1820 Federal Census of Rutherford County, N.C.”


“1810 Federal Census of Rutherford County, N.C.”


“1870 Census Lincoln County, N.C.”


“1860 Census Lincoln County, N.C.”

“1840 Census Lincoln County, N.C.”


“1830 Lincoln County, N.C. Census”


“1820 Lincoln County, N.C. Census”


“1810 Lincoln County, N.C. Census”


“1800 Lincoln County, N.C. Census”


“1860 Federal Census Cleveland County, N.C.”


“1900 Federal Census Cleveland County, N.C.”


“1880 Federal Census Cleveland County, N.C.”


“1870 Census Cleveland County, N.C.”


“Voter Registration Records 1902-1908, Henderson County, N.C.”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, 1848-1850”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, 1846-1847”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, 1844-1845”


“First Cleveland County, N.C. Court Minutes, 1841-1843”


“Our Young Family”


“N.C. Postmasters, 1789-1818”


“Carter County, TN Marriages, 1850-1876”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1851-1852”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1853-1854”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1855-1856”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1857-1858”


“WPA Cemetery List of Cleveland County, N.C. Vol. 1 and II”


“Cleveland  County, N.C. Marriage Register 1886-1894”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Marriage Register 1870-1886”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Land Grants”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Confederate Soldiers”


“National Post Road”


“Civil War Tragedy, the Lipe Family of Mooresville (Deep Well), N.C.”


“1917 Map of Iredell County, N.C.”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Superior Court Minutes, 1849-1852”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Superior Court Minutes, 1841-1848”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Tax Lists, 1844-1847”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Tax Lists, 1841-1844”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Death Certificates Vol. 2, 1916-1922”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Death Certificates Vol. 1, 1913-1919”


“Lincoln Times-News 1966 Historical”


“Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Tryon County, N.C. 1768-1779 Vol. 2.


“Tryon County, N.C. Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1768-1779 Vol. I”


“1860 Federal Census Polk County, N.C.”


“1850 Federal Census of Gaston County, N.C.”


“1850 Census of McDowell County, N.C.”


“Abstracts of Minutes Stanley County Court of Equity (Superior Court) 1841-1868”


“Stanley County, N.C. Settlement of Estates, 1841-1854”


“Some Old Cemetery Records of Old Rutherford County, N.C.”


“Lincoln Times, Lincolnton Sesqui – Centennial Edition”


“Record of Accounts 1868-1872, Cleveland County, N.C.”


“Grandfather Clause Voter Registration Rutherford County, N.C, 1902-1908”


“Grandfather Clause Voter Registration Lincoln County, 1902-1908”


“Grandfather Clause Voter Registration Cleveland County, 1902-1908”


“Lincoln County, N.C. Marriage Licenses, 1901-1936”


“Lincoln County, N.C. Marriage Records 1887-1900”


“Lincoln County, N.C. Marriage Licenses, 1868-1888 Vol. 1”


“1790 Federal Census Morgan District Lincoln County and Rutherford County”


“Marriage Bonds for Tryon and Lincoln Counties, N.C”


“Marriage Register of Cleveland County, N.C. 1894-1904”


“Tax Lists of Cleveland County, N.C. 1850-1853”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Tax List, 1853-1857”


“Album Statesville and Iredell County Family-Owned Businesses 1991”


“Local Market Problem in Iredell Based on 1910 Census”


“1954 Index Map Iredell County residences”


“1889 Stanley County Tax Scroll”


“Yadkin County Historical Documentation Map”


“1917 Map of Iredell County”


“1885 Post Road Map of Western N.C.”


“1887 Mail Route Map of Western N.C.”


“Historical Statistics of Black America” 2 Vols.


“Annual Report of the Board of Public Charities of N.C. 1910”


“Notes on the Southern McClatchey Family: The Descendants of John McClatchey in America”

“Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of North Carolina, for the year 1869”


“Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War I)


“Tabulated Statement of Industries & Resources of North Carolina, 1837-1892”


“Samuel Hall, 47 Years a Slave: A brief story of his life before and after freedom came to him”


“The Free Negro in N.C”: Rosser H. Taylor (Rosser Howard), b. 1891)


“North Carolina on the Eve of Secession” Boyd, William Kenneth, 1879-1938.


“Extracts of Letters of Major-Gen’l Bryan Grimes, to his wife: Written while in Active Service in the Army of Northern Virginia.  Together with some Personal Recollections of the War.  Written by Him after its Close, ect” Grimes, Bryan, 1828-1880


“Surry County, N.C. Lost Tax Lists, 1796-1800, Vol. II”


“Surry County, N.C. 1813 Tax Lists”


“Surry County, N.C. Lost Tax Lists, 1790-1795, Vol. I”


“Surry County, N.C. 1826 Tax Lists”


“Surry County, N.C. 1822 Tax Lists”


“Surry County, N.C. 1823 Tax Lists”


“Surry County, N.C. 1821 Tax Litss”


“Surry County, N.C. 1820 Tax Lists”


“Surry County,  N.C. Tax Lists, 1819”


“Surry County, N.C. 1818 Tax Lists”


“Surry County, N.C. 1817 Tax Lists”


“Surry County, N.C. 1816 Tax Lists”


“Surry County, N.C. 1815 Tax Lists”


“The Free Negro in N.C.” published 1920


“North Carolina on the Eve of Secession” published 1910

“Extracts of Letters of Major-Gen’l Bryan Grimes, to his Wife: Written while in the Active Service in the Army of Northern Virginia, together with some personal recollections of the war” published 1883


“International Historical Statistics: Europe 1750-2000”


“1830 Lincoln County Census”


“1840 Lincoln County Census”


“Cleaveland [Cleveland] County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions”


“Samuel Hall, 47 Years a Slave: A brief story of his life before and after freedom came to him”


“Tabulated Statement of Industries & Resources of North Carolina” Published 1878


“Tar-Heel War Record (In the Great World War)” World War I, published 1921


“Report of the superintendent of Public Instruction of North Carolina, for the Year 1869”


“Notes on the Southern McClatchey Family: The Descendants of John McClatchey in American”


“North Carolina Board of Public Charities: Annual report of the Board of Public Charities of North Carolina, 1910”


“Prospect Presbyterian Church Cemetery Directory 1824-2002”


“Thomson’s Mercantile and Professional Directory 1851-1852”


“Grandfather Clause: Voter Registration Book 1902-1908, Surry County, N.C.”


“Prospect Presbyterian Church: A history”


“Datapedia of the United States: American History in Numbers 2004”


“History of Industry:   White Culture and the Transformation of the Carolina Piedmont”


“Whaling on the N.C. Coast”


“Memoirs from my Mother’s Trunk” 3 Vols.


“Stokes County, N.C. 1797 Tax Lists”


“Stokes County, N.C. 1796 Tax Lists”

“Stokes County, N.C. 1795 Tax Lists”


“Stokes County, N.C. 1794 Tax Lists”


“Stokes County, N.C. 1793 Tax Lists”


“Stokes County, N.C. 1792 Tax Lists”


“Stokes County, N.C. 1791 Tax Lists”


“Stokes County, N.C. 1790 Tax Lists”


“Childers-Childres-Childress and other Kin Deaths”


“Rowan County, N.C. Childers, Childres, Childress Male & Female Marriages”


“Cabarrus County, N.C. Childers, Childres, Childress Births and Deaths”


“Rowan County, N.C. Childers, Childres, Childress Births & Deaths”


“Information on the Baggarly Family”


“Sorting the Waxhaw Crawfords”


“Delayed Birth Certificates of Cleveland County, N.C. Vols. 1-9”


“Beginning Mexican Research”


“Surry County, N.C. 1823-1825 Loose Tax Lists”


“Genealogy of the Reese Family”


“The Wright Brothers: Heirs of Prometheus”


“Bright & Gloomy Days: The Civil War Correspondence of Captain Charles Frederic Bahnson, a Moravian Confederate”


“A Sourcebook for Genealogical Research: Resources Alphabetically by Type and Location”


“Davie County Marriages: 1901-1959 Includes Brides’ Index”


“Boone, N.C. Images of America”


“Raleigh:  North Carolina’s Capital City on Progress” Images of America


“Rockingham County: A Postcard tour of Rockingham County” Images of America


“Yadkin County: The First One Hundred Years” Images of America


“McDowell County, N.C. 1843-1943” Images of America


“Historic Raleigh” Images of America


“Rutherford County in World War II” Images of America


“Rutherford County in World War II Vol. II” Images of America


“Cowart’s Index to Marriages Henderson County, N.C. 1851-1915”


“Cowart’s Index to Marriages Polk County, N.C. Jan. 18, 1847-1945”


“Ancestors in German Archives: A Guide to Family History Sources”


“Pleasant Grove Baptist Church: 1900-2000 Centennial Year”


“Johnson County, TN Heritage Book Vol. I”


“Johnson County, TN Heritage Book Vol. II”


“James Graham Carthy Morton: From N.C. to Missouri His Life and Descendency”


“Fort Dobbs: An Historical Sketch”


“Report of the Iredell County Schools, 1917”


“The Kentucky Land Grants Vol. 1 & 2”


“Last Ninety Days of the War in North Carolina”


“Mountain Rebels: East Tennessee Confederates and the Civil War, 1860-1870”


“Tracing your Alabama Past: For Genealogists and others a detailed guide to Alabama Resources”


“What did they mean by that: A dictionary of Historical and Genealogical Terms Old and New”


“1901 Soil Survey Map of Iredell County”


“1886 Cleveland County Map”


“1880 Rand McNally Map of North Carolina”


“Johnson County, TN Will Book I 1827-1860”


“Johnson County, TN 1836 Tennessee Civil Districts and Tax Lists”


“French and Indian War Notices: Abstracted from Colonial Newspapers, Vol. 1: 1754-1755”


“French and Indian War Notices: Abstracted from Colonial Newspapers, Vol. II, 1756-1757”


“French and Indian War Notices: Abstracted from Colonial Newspapers, Vol. III, Jan 1, 1758-Sept. 17, 1759”


“French and Indian War Notices: Abstracted from Colonial Newspapers, Vol. IV, Sept. 17, 1759-Dec. 30, 1760”


“1880 Wilkes County Federal Census, Vol. I and II”


“1870 Wilkes County Federal Census”


“1840 Wilkes County Federal Census”


“Historical Sketches of Wilkes County”


“Carter County, TN, Wills & Inventories, 1794-1847”


“Johnson County, Tennessee Marriages Book I, 1838-1857”


“Special Presidential Pardons of Confederate Soldiers Part I & II”


“Complete Surname Index of TVA Grave Removals”


“American’s First Veterans and the Revolutionary War Pensions”


“Stoneman at Chancellorsville: The Coming of Age of Union Cavalry”


“The march to the sea and beyond: Sherman’s Troops in the Savannah and Carolina’s Campaigns”


“North Carolina’s Civil War Governor and Gilded Age Political Leader Zeb Vance”


“Sealed with Blood: War, Sacrifice, and Memory in Revolutionary America”


“Life in Dixie During the War”

“Avotaynu Guide to Jewish Genealogy”


“North Carolina Naturalization Index 1792-1862”


“Land Grant Records of North Carolina Vol. I Orange County, 1752-1885”


“1900 Federal Census Wilkes County, Vol. I, II, and III”


“Wilkes County Marriages, 1874-1901”


“Washington County, TN Inventories of Estates 1779-1821”


“Carter County, TN, Tombstone Records W.P.A.”


“Revolutionary War Genealogy”


“War at every door: Partisan Politics & Guerrilla Violence in East Tennessee, 1860-1869”


“Mothers of Invention: Women of the Slaveholding South in the American Civil War”


“When the Yankees Came: Conflict and Chaos in the Occupied South, 1861-1865”


“Like a Family: The Making of a Southern Cotton Mill World”


“Zeb Vance: North Carolina’s Civil War Governor and Gilded Age Political Leader”


“Too much to ask: Black women in the era of integration”


“White Captives: Gender and Ethnicity on the American Frontier”


“Along Freedom Road: Hyde County, N.C. and the Fate of Black Schools in the South”


“Southern Strategies: Southern women and the woman suffrage question”


“American Passenger Arrival Records”


“Marriages and Deaths from the Maryland Gazette, 1727-1839”


“Irish Emigrants in North America”


“Closer to Freedom: Enslaved women and everyday resistance in the plantation south”


“Blood Irony: Southern white women’s narratives of the Civil War, 1861-1937”


“Unruly Women: The politics of Social and Sexual Control in the old south”

“America’s Best Genealogy Resource Centers”


“Map Guide to American Migration Routes, 1735-1815”


“The Beginner’s Guide to using tax lists”


“A Monograph of the New Goschenhoppen and Great Swamp Reformed Charge 1731-1881”


“Marriages of Rutherford County, N.C. 1779-1868”


“Orange County, N.C. Marriage Records, 1782-1868”


“Macon County, N.C. Delayed Birth Records”


“Jackson County, N.C. Delayed Birth Records, Vol. I”


“Jackson County, N.C. Delayed Birth Records, Vol. II”


“Swain County, N.C. Delayed Birth Records”


“Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration”


“The Squire, Daniel, and John Boone Families, Davie County, N.C.”


“Rutherford County, N.C. Wills and Miscellaneous Records, 1783-1868”


“Abstracts of Chester County, Pennsylvania Land Records, Vol. I, 1681-1730”


“Abstracts of Chester County, Pennsylvania Land Records, Vol. II, 1729-1745”


Map and Index to C.M. Miller’s 1908 Map of Guilford County, N.C.”


“North Carolina Military Deaths in World War I”


“The Trail of 1922” First Annual of Statesville High School


“History of Cabarrus County, North Carolina, Vol. I: Pioneers & Patriots, 1732-1799”


“Cemeteries of Jackson County, North Carolina”


“Memory Trees: Family Trees for the scrapbooker”


“Reluctant Confederates: Upper South Unionists in the Secession Crisis”


“Descendants of David Norton”

“John Arch Collins: Diary”


“Surry County, N.C. 1771 Tax List”


“Surry County, N.C. 1772 Tax List”


“1755 Orange County, N.C. Tax List”


“History and Memories of Samuel Gibson Parker and Mary Albertine Christie ‘Sam and Mollie’ (Compiled in 2002)”


“Angels Watching Over Me: Pauline Bell White, Combat Nurse 38th Evacuation Hospital WWII”


“Life and Correspondence of James Iredell: One of the Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, Vol. I”


“Families of Cabarrus County, N.C. 1792-1815”


“A Traitor and a Scoundrel: Benjamin Hedrick and the Cost of Dissent”


“Statesville Record and Landmark Rotary Progress & Historical Edition 1961”


“The Land Valuations of Iredell County in 1800: Westward Migration from Iredell County”


“The Trail: Fiftieth Class Reunion 1954-2004 Statesville Senior High School”


“Piedmont Old-Fashioned Red Cedar Chests: Red Cedar Chest Company, Statesville, N.C.”


“Gaston County, N.C. 1870 Census”


“Gaston County, N.C. 1860 Census”


“Gaston County, N.C. 1880 Census”


“North Carolina in Maps”


“Ogilby 1672 Map of North Carolina”


“Comberford 1657 MS Map of Carolina”


“Mercator – Hondius 1606 Map Carolina”


“White – De Bry 1590 Map Carolina”

“White 1585 MS Map Carolina”


“Post Map 1896 N.C. and S.C.”


“1882 Map of North Carolina by W.C. Kerr State Geologist”


“United States Coast Survey 1865”


“Birds Eye View of N.C. and S.C. and part of Georgia Bachmann 1861”


“Colton 1861 Topographical Map of N.C. and S.C.”


“Mac Rae – Brazier 1833 Map of North Carolina”


“Price – Strother 1808 First Actual Survey of the State of N.C.”


“Mouzon 1775 Map of Carolina”


“Collet 1770 Map of Carolina”


“Moseley 1733 Map of Carolina”


”Iredell County Geographical Survey Map Sept. 1893”


“Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, Deed Abstracts Books A, 2A, B through G and  Mortgage Book A, 1750-1785”


“Dirt Roads to Dixie: Accessibility and Modernization in the South, 1885-1935”


“The Hall Family History”


“A History of the Education of Negroes in North Carolina”


“The Maya of Morganton: Work and Community in the Nuevo New South”


“Family Burying Grounds and Abandoned Church Cemeteries in Guilford County, N.C. and Immediate Environs”


“Guilford County, N.C. Apprentice Bonds & Papers 1817-1870”


“Guilford County, N.C. 1850 Census Schedule I: Population”


“Guilford County, N.C. 1790, 1800, 1810 Census”


“Guilford County, N.C. 1860 U.S. Census”


“Guildford County, N.C. Cemeteries Vol. II”


“Guilford County, N.C. Cemeteries Vol. I”


“Guilford County, N.C.  Abstracts of Marriage Bonds & Additional Data Guilford County, N.C. 1841-1868”


“Guilford County, N.C. Abstracts of Marriage Bonds & Additional Data 1771-1840”


“Haywood County, N.C. 1850 Census”


“Stories of the Cherokee”


“Guilford County, N.C. Historical Map by Fred Hughes”


“Haywood County, N.C. 1810 Census”


“Haywood County, N.C. 1820 Census”


“Haywood County, N.C. 1860 Census”


“Haywood County Heritage Book”


“Storm in the Mountains: Thomas’ Confederate Legion of Cherokee Indians and Mountaineers”


“Cherokee American: The Easter Band of Cherokees in the Twentieth Century”


“Democracy Betrayed:  The Wilmington Race Riot of 1898 and its Legacy”


“Roster of the Continental Line from North Carolina: 1783”


“Guilford County, N.C. Court Minutes: August term of Court 1781 to May term 1788”


“Guilford County, N.C. Historical Map Supplement”


“1772 Surry County Tax List”


“1771 Surry County Tax List”


“1761 Anson County Tax List”


“Deed Abstracts of Tyron, Lincoln, & Rutherford Counties, N.C.: 1769-1786 & Tryon County, N.C. Wills & Estates”


“Orange County, N.C. Register of Deeds 1752-1768 & 1793”

“Earliest Tennessee Land Records & Earliest Tennessee Land History”


“Abstracts of Wills Orange County, N.C. 1752-1850”


“American Place Names of Long Ago”


“You’re Guide to the Family History Library: How to Access the World’s Largest Genealogy Resource”


“Master Index to the Emigrants Documented in the Published Works of Annette K. Burgert”


“Colonial Bertie County, N.C.: Deed Books A-H 1720-1757”


“1850 Halifax County, N.C. Census”

“The Blue Rebels: Union Civilian and Military Treason, Sedition, and Subversion During the War Between the States”


“Dublin County Wills: 1730-1860”


“Deaths and Marriages from Tarboro, N.C. Newspapers: 1824-1865”


“History & Genealogies of Old Granville County, N.C. 1746-1800”


“Rutherford County, N.C. Wills and Miscellaneous Records: 1783-1868”


“Abstracts of Deed Books 25-29 of Rowan County, N.C. 1818-1828”


“Abstracts of Deed Books 30-34 of Rowan County, N.C. 1828-1840”


“Abstracts of Deed Books 20-24 of Rowan County, N.C. 1807-1818”


“Abstracts of Deed Books 15-19 of Rowan County, N.C. 1797 – 1807”


“Roster North Carolina Society: Sons of the American Revolution, 1911-1994”


“Mecklenburg County, N.C. Minutes of the Court of Common Pleas & Quarter Sessions Vol. III: 1821-1830”


“Mecklenburg County, N.C. Minutes of the Court of Common Pleas & Quarter Sessions Vol. 11: 1801-1820”


“Mecklenburg County, N.C. Minutes of the Court of Common Pleas & Quarter Sessions: 1780-1800”


“Mecklenburg & Cabarrus Counties, N.C. Decedents for Whom Loose Papers are Extant”


“North Carolina Extant Voter Registrations of 1867”


“Roanoke Island Prisoners: February 1862”


“The 1902-1908 Voter Registration Lists Franklin County, N.C.”


“1850 Federal Census of Bertie County, N.C.”


“Halifax County, N.C. Voters & Scholars: 1839-1862”


“Franklin County, N.C. Loose Estate Papers Vol. III, 1811-1825”


“Franklin County, N.C. Loose Estate Papers Vol. I, 1777-1810”

“Franklin County, N.C. Court Minutes: Vol I: 1785-1789”


“Franklin County, N.C. Court Minutes: Vol. 2: 1789-1793”


“Edgecombe County, N.C. Appointments of Administrators, Executors, & Guardians, 1868-1915”


“Deeds of Halifax County, N.C. 1817-1820”


“Deeds of Halifax County, N.C. 1802-1807”


“Records of Estates, Halifax County, N.C. Vol. IV: Appointments of Administrators, Executors & Guardians 1868-1909”


“Rowan County Cemeteries Vol. IX”


“Rowan County Cemeteries Vol. X”


“Rowan County Cemeteries Vol. XI”


“Compiled Indices for the Rowan County Cemeteries”


“1800 Federal Census of Rowan County, N.C.”


“Rowan County, N.C. Cohabitation Bonds Recorded in 1866”


“North Carolina Higher Court Minutes: Colonial Records 1709-1723”


“North Carolina Higher Court Minutes: Colonial Records 1724-1730”


“Records of the Executive Council: Colonial Records 1664-1734”


“Records of the Executive Council: Colonial Records 1735-1754”


“1760 Mecklenburg County, N.C. Militia Records”


“Strange Stories of Carolina”


“Cities of the Dead: Contesting the Memory of the Civil War in the South: 1865-1914”


“1900 Federal Census of Rowan County, 2 Vols”


“Getting Started in Jewish Genealogy”


“Memory Trees: Family trees for the scrapbooker”


“Virginia Marriage Records: From the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, of the William and Mary College Quarterly, and Tyler’s Quarterly”


“Pioneers of Davidson County, TN”


“Earliest Tennessee Land Records & Earliest Tennessee Land History”


“Caswell County, N.C. Marriage Bonds 1778-1868”


“Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds”


“Virginia Tax Payers 1782-1787”


“Tracing your Scottish Ancestry”


“One Wise Man: A genealogy of Frederick Wise of Lincoln County, N.C. and his descendants”


“Wilkes County, N.C. Taxables: 1795-1797-1800-1805”


”Wilkes County, N.C. Taxables: 1795, 1796, 1797, 1799, Abstracted from the Lenoir Family Papers”


“Wilkes County, N.C. Taxables: 1791, 1792, 1793, 1794, Abstracted from the Lenoir Family Papers”


“Wilkes County, N.C. Taxables: 1787, 1788, 1789, 1790, Abstracted from the Lenoir Family Papers”


“Wilkes County, N.C. Taxables: 1784-1785-1786, Abstracted from the Lenoir Family Papers”


“1782 Tax List Wilkes County, N.C.”


“Toe River Valley Heritage, N.C. Vol. IV: Area News 1777-1949”


“N.C. Land Grant Files of Grants Issued for Land in Wilkes County: Index of Grantees Vol. I through Vol. V, Grants Issued 1778-1908”


“Will Books 3 and 4, Wilkes County, N.C. 1811-1848”


“Wilkes County, N.C. Will Abstracts Book Two: 1800-1811”


“Wilkes County, N.C. Will Abstracts Book One: 1778-1799”


“1790 Census of Wilkes County, N.C.”


“1830 Census of Wilkes County, N.C.”


“1820 Census of Wilkes County, N.C.”


“1800 Census of Wilkes County, N.C.”


“1787 Census of Wilkes County, N.C.”


“1810 Census of Wilkes County, N.C.”


“Abstracts of N.C. Land Grant Files of Grants issued for Land in Wilkes County, Vol. I Grants Issued 1778-1798”


“Abstracts of N.C. Land Grant Files of Grants Issued for Land in Wilkes County, Vol. II Grants Issued 1798-1819”


“Abstracts of N.C. Land Grant Files of Grants Issued for Land in Wilkes County, Vol. III Grants Issued 1820-1845”


“Abstracts of Land Grant Files of Grants Issued for Land in Wilkes County, Vol. IV Grants Issued 1845-1861”


“Abstracts of N.C. Land Grant Files of Grants Issued for Land in Wilkes County, Vol. V Grants Issued 1861-1908”


“Index to the Final Rolls of Citizens and Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory”


“The Final Rolls of Citizens and Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory”


“Kinship It’s All Relative”


“The Original Scots Colonists of Early America: Caribbean Supplement 1611-1707”


“Kentucky Pioneer and Court Records: Abstracts of Early Wills, Deeds, and Marriages from Court Records”


“Avery County Heritage: Biographies and Genealogies”


“Avery County Heritage: Biographies, Genealogies and Church Histories, Vol. II”


“Avery County Heritage Biographies, Genealogies, Church Histories, Vol. III”


“Avery County Heritage Historical Sites, Vol. IV”


“Avery County Heritage Book 2002: Who Ya Kin To!”


“Jonas Ridge History”


“Lest We Forget: An Index to Avery County Cemeteries, Vol. I”


“Lest We Forget: Pisgah Cemetery Supplement, Summer 2002”


“Currituck County, N.C. Eighteenth Century Tax & Militia Records”


“Complete Book of Emigrants in Bondage: 1614-1775”


“Lee of Virginia: 1642-1892: The Descendants of Colonel Richard Lee”


“History of the Lost State of Franklin”


“Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Hackensack Dutchess County, N.Y”


“Marriages of Johnson County, N.C.: 1762-1868”


“Early Pennsylvania Births: 1675-1875”


“Gazetteer of Virginia and West Virginia”


“History of the Irish Settlers in North America: From the Earliest Period to the Census of 1850”


“South Carolinians in the Revolution with Service Records and Miscellaneous Data, Also Abstracts of Wills, Laurens County (Ninety-Six District) 1775-1855”


“Italian Roots: The Complete Guide for Americans”


“Virginia Historical Index in Two Volumes”


“Topographical Dictionary of Scotland” Two Volumes


“State of New Jersey Index of Wills, Inventories, Etc.” Three Volumes


“Names in Stone: 75,000 Cemetery Inscriptions from Frederick County, Maryland”  Two Vols.


“Names of Foreighners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the Province and State of Pennsylvania, 1727-1775 with the Foreign Arrivals, 1786-1808” Two Volumes


“Topographical Dictionary of England” Two Volumes


“Index to the Prerogative Wills of Ireland, 1536-1810”


“Free African Americans of North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina from Colonial Period to about 1820” Two Volumes.


“Pioneers of Old Monocacy: the Early Settlement of Frederick County, Maryland: 1721-1743”


“Scots-Irish Links, 1575-1725” Three Volumes


“Free Blacks and Mulattos in South Carolina 1850 Census”


“South Carolina Naturalizations: 1783-1850”


“Afro-American Folksongs”


“Sketches of some of the First Settlers of Upper Georgia, of the Cherokees, and the Author”


“Irish Pedigrees: The Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation” Two Volumes


“The Irish and Anglo-Irish Landed Gentry: When Cromwell came to Ireland or A Supplement to Irish Pedigrees”


“Mayflower Increasings”


“Finding your Hispanic Roots”

“Kentucky Pioneers and Their Descendants”


“Pierce’s Register: Register of the Certificates Issued by John Pierce, Esquire, Paymaster General and Commissioner of Army Accounts for the United States, to Officers and Soldiers of the Continental Army Under Act of July 4, 1783”


“CreativeTree: Design Ideas for Family Trees”


“Pension Lists of 1792-1795 with other Revolutionary War Pension Records”


“List of the Early Settlers of Georgia”


“Understanding Colonial Writing”


“Archives of Maryland: Muster Rolls and other Records of Service of Maryland Troops in the American Revolution 1775-1783”


“Where to Look for Hard-To-Find German Speaking Ancestors in Eastern Europe”


“New York Colonial Muster Rolls: Report of the State Historian of the State of New York, 1664-1775” Two Volumes


“History and Genealogy of the Witherspoon Family, 1400-1987”


“The Changing Face of Justice: A Look at the First 100 Women Attorneys in North Carolina”


“Migration to South Carolina: Movement from the New England and Mid-Atlantic States, 1850”


“Nothing but Blood and Slaughter: The Revolutionary War in the Carolinas 1771-1779”


“A Family Chronicle: A Partial History of the Waddell, Waddle, Lakeman, Wilson, and

Fleming Families”


“Statesville, North Carolina: Manufacturing Farming”


“Brady Almanac and Iredell County Year Book for 1903”


“Stanly County, North Carolina Heritage, Vol. I”


“The American Counties: Origins of County Names, dates of creation, and organization”


“The Librarian’s Genealogy Notebook”


“Franklin County, N.C. Court Minutes, Vol. 1: 1785-1789”

“Lincoln County Revisited: Images of America”


“Lincolnton: Photographs from the Clyde R. Cornwell Collection”


“Ralph Sloan: Local History Articles on Statesville & Iredell County with Index”


“Davie County 1880 Census”


“1880 Cabarrus County Census”


“1850 Cabarrus County Census”


“Jonesboro, Lee County, N.C. Vol. II”


“Jonesboro, Lee County, N.C. Vol. I”


“Abstracts of Land Entries: Granville Co., N.C. 1778-1795”


“Cleveland County Heritage Vol. II”


“Tennessee Bible and Family Records”


“Chronicles of Pitt County, N.C.”


“Special Presidential Pardons of Confederate Soldiers Part I and II”


“Bible Records of Davidson County, Vol. III”


“Burke County, N.C. Heritage Vol. II”


“Johnson County, TN, Will Book I: 1827-1860”


“Johnson County, TN, Marriages Bk. I, 1838-1857”


“South Carolina Deed Abstracts, Vol. I, II, III, IV: 1719-1772”


“Marriages of Granville County, North Carolina: 1753-1868”


“Copy of the Original Index Book Showing the Revolutionary Claims Files in South Carolina between Aug. 20, 1783-Aug. 31, 1786”


“National Society of Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims Vol. VII and VIII”


“Rhineland Emigrants: Lists of German Settlers in Colonial America”


“A New Genealogical Atlas of Ireland”

“Searching for the Roanoke Colonies”


“The Emergence of N.C.s Revolutionary State Government”


“Society in Early North Carolina”


“How to Plot Land Surveys: A basic primer for drawing deeds, surveys, and other land descriptions”


“Jesse Moore of the Globe”


“Lineages of Members of the National Society of the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims to 1929”


“Lineages of Members of the National Society of the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims from 1929 – 1952”


“Virginia Wills before 1799”


“Rejected or Suspended Applications for Revolutionary War Pensions”


“Families of Southeastern Georgia”


“Pioneer Families of Northwestern New Jersey”


“Lenoir High School Graduates: 1907 – 1977”


“History of Mt. Mitchell and the Black Mountains: Exploration, Development, and Preservation”


“National Society Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims Lineage Book VI”


“National Society Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims Linage Book V”


“National Society Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims Lineage Book IV”


“Sixteen Hundred Lines to Pilgrims: National Society of the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims”


“Middle Tennessee’s Forgotten Children: Apprentices from 1784-1902”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Edgecombe Precinct Edgecombe County, N.C.”


“Irish Found in South Carolina 1850 Census”


“Revolutionary Records of Maryland”

“Hereditary Order of Descendants of Colonial Governors”


“King William County, Virginia from Old Newspapers and Files”


“Scottish Soldiers in Colonial America Part one and Part two”


“Chowan Precinct, North Carolina Genealogical Abstracts of Deed Books 1696-1723”


“Regimental Loses in the American Civil War 1861-1865”


“Stanly County Heritage North Carolina Vol. I”


“U.S. Military Records: A guide to Federal and State Sources”


“Johnson County, TN, Bible and Tombstone Records”


“Catalogue North Carolina Federal Court Records: National Archives – Atlanta Brancy”


“Moore County Bible Project: Vol. I, II, & III”


“Directory of Scots in the Carolinas: 1680-1830 Vol. 2”


“Preserving the Past: Salem Moravians’ Receipts and Rituals”


“Cabarrus County, N.C. 1880 Census”


“Cabarrus County, N.C. 1850 Census”


“Cabarrus County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, April 17, 1797 – April 17, 1805”


“Cabarrus County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,  October 16, 1821 – April 21, 1828”


“Cabarrus Confederate Veterans in Alphabetical Order”


“Grave Sights of Cabarrus County, N.C.”


Grave Sights of Cabarrus County, N.C. Bk: II”


“Grave Sights of Cabarrus County, N.C. BK: III”


“Cabarrus County, N.C. 1860 Federal Census”


“Cabarrus County, N.C. 1870 Federal Census”


“Frank Leslie’s Illustrated History of the Civil War”


“Forward by Fortune: George W. Watts and the Hills of Durham”


“POE POURRI: A North Carolina Cavalcade”


“Goodliest Land: North Carolina”


“Andersonville: A Story of Rebel Prisons Vol. I & II”


“The South’s Physical Recovery Described in One Hundred Addresses by National Leaders”


“History of Newburyport Massachusetts, 1764-1905, Vol. I”


“Brief Biographical Sketches of some of the Early Ministers of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church”


“Talks about Law: Wherein Such Legal Principles as Touch the Daily business of the People are treated in a manner within the reach of the average mind”


“Lunsford Lane:  Another Helper from North Carolina”


“The Last Ninety Days of the War in North Carolina”


“Old Moore County, N.C. Vital Statistics (1784-1890)”


“Central North Carolina Vital Statistics: Old Moore County, N.C. Vital Statistics, 1784-1890 Part II; 1891-1913 and Central N.C. Journal series completed”


“Yadkin County Marriages: 1867-1901”


“Lest We Forget: Pisgah Cemetery Supplement: Avery County”


“I Remember When: Reminiscences of Fifty Years Ago”


“Our Southern Highlanders”


“John C. Calhoun: Nationalist 1782-1828”


“Sketches of North Carolina: Historical and Biographical”


“The Pennsylvania Dutch”


“Narrative of Military Operations” by J.E. Johnston


“Our Navy at War”


“Advance and Retreat: Personal Experiences in the United States and Confederate States Armies” by J.E. Hood


“Sketches of Prominent Living North Carolinians”


“Four Years in Secessia: Adventures Within and Beyond the Union Lines”


“Myths and Realities: Societies of the Colonial South”


“The North Carolina Colony”


“Mountain Bred Tales by John Parris”


“Pocahontas’s People: The Powhatan Indians of Virginia through Four Centuries”


“Runaway Servants, Convicts, and Apprentices Advertised in the Pennsylvania Gazette, 1728-1796”


“Record of Indentures: Individuals Bound Out As Apprentices, Servants, Etc. in the city of Philadelphia 1771-1773”


“Goochland County, Virginia Deeds, 1741-1745”


“Goochland County, Virginia Court Order Books, 1728-1735: An Every-Name Index”


“Goochland County, Virginia Court Orders, 1735-1737”


“Epling/Eplin John Daniel Epoling: 1787-2003” Five Volumes


“The Walton War and other tales of the Great Smoky Mts.”


“The Battle of Cowpens”


“Story of the Confederacy”


“Home Life in Colonial Days”


“Statesville of the Lost Cause”


“The New Salem Story”


“Jefferson Pilot Financial 1903-2003: A story of Excellence”


“Tales of Beaufort”


“General Stand Watie’s Confederate Indians”


“Wilkes Genealogical Society Subject Index: 1967-2000 Bulletins”


“Brady’s Almanac 1903”


“Early Birth Records 1818-1856 of Panthea Sharpe Allisoin: Babies Delivered, Iredell County Records of Marriages 1834-1838, and Baptisms by Joshua Leigh 1834”


“Index to the Files of the Genealogical Society of Iredell County, N.C. 1979-1988”


“Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army: From its Organization, September 29. 1789 to March 2, 1903”


“The North Carolina Reader Number III: With special reference to the wants and interests of North Carolina.”


“North Carolina’s Demographic Transformation: The Impact of Race and Immigration”


“Along the ET & WNC: Early Narrow Gauge Locomotives” Vol. I


“The Tarheel Lincoln: North Carolina Origins of “Honest Abe”


“History of the Wreck of the Old 97”


“Hooray for Heroines: Tar Heel Women who faced the enemy and made them blink”


“Northampton County, North Carolina, Genealogical Abstracts of Wills: 1759-1808”


“Abstracts of Deeds: Northampton County, N.C. Deed Book One and Two”


“Chowan Precinct, North Carolina Genealogical Abstracts of Deed Books: 1696-1723”


“Will Abstracts, Book 4, Surry County, N.C.”


“Surry County Soldiers in the Civil War”


“Tarheels: Five points in the Record of N.C. in the Great War of 1861-65”


“Epling/Eplin Volume V: Isaac (2) Descendants 1787-2005”


“Oral History Interview with Violet K. Caudle”


“Hiddenite: Land of Discovery”


“The Sullivans and Allied Families”


“Cowart’s 1850 Census Henderson County, N.C.”


“Index of Loose Estate Papers: Granville County, N.C. 1746-1919”


“Third Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery: 1751-2000”


“The Thoen Stone: A saga of the Black Hills”


“Columbus County, N.C. Heritage 1808-2004”


“The Growth and Development of Education in Iredell County”


“The North Carolina Filmography:


“Black Church Beginnings: The Long-Hidden Realities of the First Years”


“Indexing Books”


“A Story behind Every Stone: The Confederate Section of Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh, N.C.”


“At the Edge of Empire: The British Backcountry in British North America”


“A New Face on The Countryside: Indians, colonists, and Slaves in South Atlantic forests, 1500-1800”


“Encyclopedia of Appalachia”


“North Carolina Indians”


North Carolina Biography”


“Sketches of the Pioneers of Burke County History”


“An Annotated Digest of Will Book A, Guilford County, N.C., 1771-May Court 1816”


“Franklin, N.C. Tax Lists, 1785-1810”


“The Family History of Simon Granser Marshall, Sr., 1791-1877”


“A Short History of Watauga County”


“North Carolina in the American Revolution”


“A History of African Americans in North Carolina”


“They Married Confederate Officers: The Intimate Story of Anna Morrison, Wife of Stonewall Jackson and Her Five Sisters”


“Slave Narratives: North Carolina Federal Writer’s Project”


“Obituaries North Carolina Civil War Soldiers, Vols. 6-9”


“The Official Guide to Family Tree Maker 2006”


“Marriage and Death Notices from the Hillsborough Recorder, Orange County, N.C. Vol. 5: 1860-1865”


“Marriage and Death Notices from the Hillsborough Recorder, Orange County, N.C. Vol. 4: 1854-1859”


“Edgecombe County, N.C. Deeds: Vol. 4: 1786-1794”


“Edgecombe County, N.C. Deeds: Vol. 3: 1778-1786”


“The Melungeons: The Pioneers of the Interior Southeastern U.S. 1526-1997”


“Growth & Development of Iredell County Schools”


“The Source: A Guidebook to American Genealogy” 3rd Edition


“Plantagenet Ancestry”


“Courthouse Research for Family Historians”


“Your Swedish Roots: A Step by Step Handbook”


“Photographers in North Carolina: The First Century, 1842-1941”


“Paving Tobacco Road: A Century of Progress by the N.C. Department of Transportation”


“History of Libraries in the Western World”


“Mountain Passages: Natural & Cultural History of Western N.C. & the Great Smoky Mountains”


“Missouri Marriages in the News Vol. II, 1866-1870”


“Missouri Taxpayers: 1819-1826”

“Reflections of the Rebellion: Hours with the Living Men and Women of the Revolution”


“1300 Mission Missouri Marriage Records”


“Genealogical Research in Ohio”


“Divorces and Separations in Missouri: 1808-1853”


“W.R. Trivett, Appalachian Pictureman: Photographs of a Bygone Time”


“The Day it Rained Militia: Huck’s Defeat and the Revolution in the South Carolina Backcountry: May – July 1780”


“Early Settlers of Missouri as taken from Land Claims in the Missouri Territory”


“Tennessee Genealogical Records: Records of Early Settlers from State and County Archives”


“Death Records from Missouri Newspapers: Jan. 1866-Dec. 1870”


“African Americans in Early North Carolina: A Documentary History”


“Death Records from Missouri Newspapers: Jan. 1854-Dec. 1860”


“Virginia Revolutionary War State Pensions”


“Divided Allegiances: Bertie County during the Civil War”


“Greene and Cornwallis: The Campaign in the Carolinas”


“History for all the People: 100 Years of Public History in North Carolina”


“Phantom Pain: N.C.’s Artificial Limbs Program for Confederate Veterans”


“Maryland Marriage Evidences, 1634-1718”


“American Data from the Records of the High Court of the Admiralty of Scotland, 1675-1800”


“Scots in the Mid-Atlantic States, 1783-1883”


“Scots in the Mid-Atlantic Colonies, 1635-1783”


“Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828 Vol. II”


“Scottish-American Court Records, 1733-1783”

“Irish Families: Their Names, Arms & Origins”


“Adventures of Purse and Person, Virginia: 1607-1625”


“Pennsylvania Vital Records: From the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine and the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography” Vol. III”

                                       

“Against the Peace and Dignity of the State: North Carolina Laws Regarding Slaves, Free Persons of Color, and Indians”


“Genealogical Data from Colonial New York Newspapers: A Consolidation of Articles from the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record”


“The Germans of Colonial Georgia, 1733-1783”


“Pennsylvania Vital Records: From the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine and the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography” Vol. I”


“Pennsylvania Vital Records: From the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine and the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography Vol. II”


“The Colonial Clergy of Virginia, N.C. and S.C.”


“Scots-Dutch Links in Europe and America, 1575-1825”


“The Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I”


 “The Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. II”


“The Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. III”


“The Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. IV”


“The Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. V”


“Special Presidential Pardons of Confederate Soldiers, Part I”


“Special Presidential Pardons of Confederate Soldiers, Part II”


“Strength through Struggle” The Chronological and Historical Record of the African-American Community in Wilmington, N.C. 1865-1950”


“Abstracts of Vital Records from Raleigh, N.C. Newspapers, 1830-1839”


“Abstracts of Vital Records from Raleigh, N.C. Newspapers, 1830-1839, Vol. II”


“Mecklenburg County, N.C. Minutes of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Vol. VI: 1851-1860”


“Mecklenburg County, N.C. Minutes of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Vol. VII: 1861-1868”


“Scots-Irish Links, 1575-1725, Part Four”


“Scottish-American Gravestones, 1700-1900”


“Genealogical Guide Master Index of Genealogy in the Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Vols. 1-84, 1892-1950, with supplement Vols. 85-89, 1950-1955”


“Married well Often: Marriages of the Northern Neck of Virginia: 1649-1800”


“Tennessee Genealogical Records: Records of Early Settlers from State and County Archives”


“Carter County, TN, 1836 Tennessee Civil Districts and Tax Lists”


“Scots in Georgia and the Deep South, 1735-1845”


“Encyclopedia of German-American Genealogical Research”


“Scots on the Chesapeake: 1607-1830”


“Marriages of some Virginia Residents: 1607-1800”


“The Quit Rents of Virginia: 1704”


“Tennessee Divorces: 1797-1858”


“Marriages of some Virginia Residents Vol I: 1607-1800”


“Marriages of some Virginia Residents Vol II: 1607-1800”


“Revolutionary Soldiers in Kentucky”


“Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth from 1602-1625”


“Colonists from Scotland: Emigration to North America: 1707-1783”


“A life in Antebellum Charlotte: The Private Journal of Sarah, F. Davidson, 1837”


“Scots-Scandinavian Links in Europe and America, 1550-1850”


“Quaker Arrivals at Philadelphia: 1682-1750”


“Barbados and Scotland Links: 1627-1877”


“Guide to Research Materials in the North Carolina State Archives: County Records” 1997 Edition


“Wilkes County Sketches”


“Bible Records of Rockingham County, N.C. Vol. II”


“Cemetery Records of Rockingham and Stokes Counties, N.C. Vol. II”


“Cemetery Records of Rockingham and Stokes Counties, N.C. Vol. III”


“Cemetery Records of Rockingham and Stokes Counties, N.C. Vol. IV”


“Cemetery Records of Rockingham and Stokes Counties, N.C. Vol. V”


“Cemetery Records of Rockingham and Stokes Counties, N.C. Vol.VI”


“Cemetery Records of Rockingham and Stokes Counties, N.C. Vol. VII”


“The 1870 Federal Census of Rockingham County, N.C. Vol. I”


“The 1870 Federal Census of Rockingham County, N.C. Vol. II”


“The 1880 Federal Census of Rockingham County, N.C. Part I”


“The 1880 Federal Census of Rockingham County, N.C. Part II”


“1850 Census of Mecklenburg County, N.C, including the Mortality and Slave Schedules”


“The Genealogical Address Book: 5th edition”


“North Carolina Freedman’s Savings & Trust Company Records”


“The Scottish Surnames of Colonial America”


“1870 Federal Census of Stokes County, N.C. including the 1870 Mortality Schedule”


“1850 Federal Census of Rockingham County, N.C.”


“1860 Federal Census of Rockingham County, N.C.”


“Migration to South Carolina—1850 Census from England, Scotland, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Russia, Denmark, Sweden, and Switzerland”


“Tennessee Genealogical Records & Abstracts Vol. I: 1787-1839”


“Missing Pieces: How to find adopted parents and adopted children: A Search and Reunion  Guidebook”


“Calendar of The Tennessee and King’s Mountain Papers of the Draper Collection of Manuscripts”


“Carteret County: North Carolina Marriage Records, 1755-1868”


“Bladen County, N.C. Tax Lists: 1768-1774, Vol. I”


“Germans to America and Hamburg Passenger Lists: Coordinated Schedules”


“Tennessee Settlers and their Descendants”


“Tennessee Settlers and their Descendants, Vol. II”


“The Greensboro Patriot: 1847-1856”


“The Greensboro Patriot: 1836-1846”


“Granville County, N.C. Deeds: 1779-1784”


“Emigrants from Fellbach (Bladen-Wuerttemberg, Germany) 1735-1930”


“Roster of the Loyalists in the Battle of Moores Creek Bridge”


“Redbook: American State, County, and Town Sources”


“A History of Rowan County, N.C.”


“Tragedy at Montpelier: The Untold story of the Confederate Deserters from N.C.”


“North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Hyde and Beaufort Counties”


“Abstracts of Deeds, New Hanover County, N.C. Books F, G, & H”


“Statistics of the U.S. in 1860: Census Office”


“Steward and Related Families”


“Marriages from Early Tennessee Newspapers: 1794-1851”


“Obituaries from Early Tennessee Newspapers: 1794-1851”


“Early Middle Tennessee Marriages: Vol. I Grooms”


“Early Middle Tennessee Marriages: Vol. II Brides”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions: 1861”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions: 1862-1864”


“Cleveland County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions: 1865-1867”


“Tennesseans in the War of 1812 appended with Record of Commissions of Officers in the Tennessee Militia 1796-1811 & 1812-1815, Record of Commissions of Officers in the TN Militia, 1796-1811 and 1812-1815”


“Tennesseans in the War of 1812 appended with Record of Commissions of Officers in the Tennessee Militia 1796-1811 & 1812-1815: TN 1812 Enlisted Men H-Z”


“Tennesseans in the War of 1812 appended with Record of Commissions of Officers in the Tennessee Militia 1796-1811 & 1812-1815: All TN officers in the War of 1812 with enlisted men surnames A-Hailand”


“Early Tennessee Marriages: Brides K-Z”


“Early Tennessee Marriages: Brides A-K”


“Early West Tennessee Marriages: Grooms A-L”


“Early West Tennessee Marriages: Grooms L-Z”


“Ordinances and Resolutions Passed by the State Convention of N.C, (1861-1862)”


“The Trail” 1925 Yearbook of Statesville High School


“Complete American Armoury and Blue Book: combining 1903, 1907, and 1911-23”


“Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers in Georgia”


“American Prisoners of the Revolution”


“The Village of Lowthorpe: A Family’s Heritage”


“The Loyalists at Kings Mountain”


“The Journal of the Yadkin County Historical and Genealogical Society 10 yr index”


“The Blue Ridge Stemwinder”


“My Killing Kin: The Potters of Tamarack Telling it like it Was”


“Ashe County: Images of America”


“The Early Life of William Albert Wilson”


“These, My People: Wards of Watauga County”


“Swain County Marriages Vol. I, 1871-1905”


“Swain County Marriages Vol. II, 1906-1916”


“Graham County Heritage Book”


“North Carolina & South Carolina Bible Records”


“The Gragg Clan: Descendents of the MacGregor Clan of Scotland”


“The Gragg Clan: Descendants of the MacGregor Clan of Scotland Vol. II”


“Polk County, N.C. 1880 Census”


“Polk County, N.C. 1900 Census”


“Stokes County, N.C. 1860 Census”


“Brunswick County, N.C. Marriage Records: 1804-1867”


“History of Missouri”


“Tennesseans in Texas”


“Blackledges in America: A Genealogy of Blackledge/Blackldge Descendants with Roots in the United States”


“The Steele Family History: 1725-2003”


“Heritage of Old Mecklenburg County”


“American Revolutionary War Sites, Memorials, Museums, and Library Collections”


“Index to Vital Statistics Death Records Gaston County, N.C. 1913-1956, Vol. I”

“Index to Vital Statistics Death Records Gaston County, N.C. 1913-1956, Vol. II”


“Index to Vital Statistics Death Records Gaston County, N.C. 1913-1956, Vol. III”


“Index to Vital Statistics Death Records Gaston County, N.C. 1913-1956, Vol. IV”


“Index to Vital Statistics Death Records Gaston County, N.C. 1913-1956, Vol. V”


“North Carolina Confederate Letters: 1861-1865, Vol. I”


“North Carolina Confederate Letters: 1861-1865, Vol. II”


“The Deeds of Tyrrell County, N.C., 1770-1783”


“1001 Obituaries: Vol. I, 1996-2004”


“Carter County, TN Deed Books A-B, July 1796-October 1815”


“North Carolina’s Civil War Soldiers, Vol. I”


“Beaufort News, Beaufort, N.C. Obituaries Vol. I, 1920-1929”


“Beaufort News, Beaufort, N.C. Obituaries Vol. II, 1930-1933”


“”Beaufort News, Beaufort, N.C., Obituaries, Vol. III, 1934-1937”


“Beaufort News, Beaufort, N.C. Obituaries, Vol. IV, 1938-1941”


“Beaufort News, Beaufort, N.C. Obituaries, Vol. V, 1942-1945”


“The News Dispatch, Clinton, Sampson County, N.C. Obituaries, Vol. I: 1909-1911”


“The News Dispatch, Clinton, Sampson County, N.C. Obituaries, Vol. II: 1912-1914”


“The News Dispatch, Clinton, Sampson County, N.C. Obituaries, Vol. III, 1915-1917”


“Obituaries from the Gold Leaf, Henderson, Vance County, N.C. Vol. 1, 1900-1902”


““Obituaries from the Gold Leaf, Henderson, Vance County, N.C. Vol. II, 1903-1907”


“Far From Home: Letters From North Carolina’s Civil War Soldiers, Vol. I”

“Far From Home: Letters From North Carolina’s Civil War Soldiers, Vol. II”


“Citizens of Rowan County, N.C. and Vicinity, Vol. I, 1820-1822”


“Citizens of Edgecombe County, N.C. and Vicinity, 1926-1830”


“Citizens of Beaufort County, N.C. and Vicinity, 1815-1825”


“Franklin County, Tennessee, 1860 Census and Marriages for Head of Household”


“Record of Caskets Sold by Nicholson Funeral Home, 1912-1919”


“The Practical and Fancy Cook Book, for every household”


“Minutes of the Jones County, N.C. Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions: 1826-1841”


“Real Estate and Legal Notices from Charlotte, N.C. Newspapers, 1835-1847”


”Real Estate and Legal Notices from Charlotte, N.C. Newspapers, 1848-1862”


“Surname Index Submitted by the Members of Olde Mecklenburg Genealogical Society”


“Cabarrus Revolutionary Patriot Roll”


“More Scottish Settlers: 1667-1827”


“Mississippi Rifles: A Muster Listing of All Known Mississippi Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines who Served in the Mexican War, 1846-1848”


“The Loyalists in the Siege of Fort Ninety Six”


“Redcoats, Yankees, and Allies: A history of Uniforms, Clothing and Gear of the British Army in the Lake George – Lake Champlain Corridor, 1755-1760”


“Rutherford County in the Korean War”


 “North Carolina History Projects: 30 Cool Activities, Crafts, Experiments and More for Kids to do”


“Mecklenburg County Cemeteries Vol. 2”


“Mecklenburg County Cemeteries Vol. 1”


“Mecklenburg County Cemeteries Vol. 3”


“Mecklenburg County Cemeteries Vol. 4”

“Carteret County, N.C.: War on the Home Front, Dec. 1941-Dec. 1942, Vol. I”


“Carteret County, N.C.: War on the Home Front, Dec. 1941-Dec. 1942, Vol. II”


“Carteret County, N.C.: War on the Home Front, Dec. 1941-Dec. 1942, Vol. III”


“Citizens of Orange County, N.C. and Vicinity: 1820-1822, Vol. I”


“Citizens of Orange County, N.C. and Vicinity: 1820-1822, Vol. II”


“Index to 1850 Mecklenburg County Census (Including Mortality and Slave Schedules)”


“Creedmoor Times-News Creedmoor Granville County, N.C. Obituaries 1915, 1918, 1919”


“Citizens of Halifax County, N.C. and Vicinity, 1824-1825”


“Craven County, N.C. Marriage Records, 1780-1867”


“Citizens of Craven County, N.C. and Vicinity, Vol. 1, 1809-1813”


“Map: North Carolina 1789”


“Map: Daniel Boone Family Journey from Kentucky to Missouri”


“Map: The Original Thirteen Colonies 1776”


“Map: North American Indian Tribal Groups 1653”


“Map: North America in the Mid-Eighteenth Century 1753”


“Map: North Carolina Topographical Map”


“Map: Iredell County, N.C. Roads 1938”


“Map: Rockingham County Historical Landowners Map”


“Map: Iredell County, N.C. Road Map 1962”


“Map: Iredell County, N.C. Road 1944”


“Cumberland County, N.C. Marriage Records, 1803-1878”


“Obituaries from the Elizabeth City Independent Elizabeth County, N.C. Vol. I: 1919-1922”


“Obituaries from the Elizabeth City Independent Elizabeth City Independent Elizabeth City, Pasquotank County, Vol. 2: 1923-1927”


“Nash County Court Minutes, Vol I. 1778-1785”


“Emigrants from the West-German Fuerstenberg Territories (Baden and the Palatinate) to America and Central Europe, 1712, 1737, 1787”


“Emigrants from the Principality of Hessen-Hanau, Germany, 1741-1767”


“Nash County, N.C. Court Minutes, Vol. 2, 1787-1793”


“Martin County, N.C. Abstracts of Deed Books D & E, 1802-1810”


“Rockingham County, N.C. Land Grants, 1778-1929”


“Hyde County Messenger, Fairfield, N.C. Obituaries 1926-1941”


“Guilford County, N.C. Land Grants, 1778-1934”


“Greenview Cemetery: A Survey, Reidsville, N.C.”


“Deeds of Gates County, N.C. 1776-1803”


“Abstracts of Wills: Edgecombe County, N.C. 1733-1856”


“South Carolina in the Civil War: The Confederate Experiment in Letters and Diaries”


“Battle of Plymouth, N.C. April 17-20, 1864: The Last Confederate Victory”


“Huguenot and Scots Links: 1575-1775”


“Later Scots –Irish Links: 1725-1825”


“Emigrants from Ireland to America: 1735-1743”


“Migration to South Carolina: Movement from the New England and Mid-Atlantic States, 1850 Census”


“Ships from Scotland to North America: 1830-1860”


“Scottish Quakers and Early America: 1650-1700”


“Transatlantic Voyages: 1600-1699”


“Scots in the USA and Canada: 1825-1875 Part Four”

“Ships from Ireland to Early America 1623-1850, Vol. II”


“Black Courage, 1775-1783: Documentation of Black Participation in the American Revolution”


“Southern Loyalists in the Civil War: The Southern Claims Commission”


“Germans to America: Lists of Passengers Arriving at U.S. Ports, 1850-1855, Vol. 9, Dec. 1854-Dec. 1855”


“Westerwald to America: Some 18th Century German Immigrants”


“Soldiers of America’s First Army: 1791”


“Tracing Your Irish Ancestors” Third Edition”


“Land Atlas & Plat Book Retrospect Property Information from the past 1954”


“Common Whites: Class and Culture in Antebellum North Carolina”


“Ancestors and Descendants of Zell Badger Brown”


“Yadkin County Marriages, 1850-1868”


“Community and Change in the North Carolina Mountains: Oral Histories and Profiles of People from Western Watauga County”


“Daily Life in The Early American Republic, 1790-1820: Creating a new nation”


“Daily Life during the American Revolution”


“Daily Life in Civil War America”


“Daily Life in the Industrial United States, 1870-1900”


The Genealogist’s Companion & Sourcebook: A beyond-the-basics, Hands-on guide to unpuzzling your past”


“The Family Tree Resource Book for Genealogists”


“History of the Thirteenth Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry, U.S.A.”


“Troutman Family, Troutman, N.C. 100 Years of Recipes Reunions and Remembrances”


“Confederate Military History of N.C.: First at Bethel, Farthest at Gettysburg and Chickamauga, Last at Appomattox”


“The King Family: Richard King and 1st Mary Ann Bradford and 2nd Margaret Kerr Barclay of Iredell County, N.C.”


“The Campbell Family: Including Stanhope Houston King and Nancy Campbell of Iredell County, N.C.”


“The Hall Family: Including James King and Sarah McLean Hall of Iredell County, N.C.”


“The Descendants of William Whitaker and his brother Jonathan Whitaker I of Surry County, N.C.”


“Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families”


“Indian Wills, 1911-1921: Records of the Bureau of Indian Affairs”


“Daily Life On The Old Colonial Frontier”


“Family Life in 17th and 18th Century America”


“Planters of the Commonwealth”


“Jessie Greer Notebook”


“The Zebulon B. Vance”


“Descriptive List of Roots: Wallace Brothers”


“Slavery in North Carolina: 1748-1775”


“Tar Heel Catholics: A History of Catholicism in North Carolina”


“The American Indian as Slaveholder and Secessionist”


“1932 Cherokee Land Lottery: Index to Revolutionary Soldiers, Their Widows and Orphans Who Were Fortunate Drawers”


“Six Hundred Revolutionary Soldiers Living in Georgia in 1827-1828”


“Horse and Buggy Days in ‘The State of Wilkes”


“Washington’s Southern Tour 1791”


“Biltmore”


“The Taylorsville Index: 8 May 1890-7 May 1891, Alexander County, N.C.”

“Alexander County Commissioner Minutes: July 25, 1868 to December 5, 1870”


“The Old North State in 1776 Vols. I and II with Index”


“Mortimer Edgemont: Lenoir News 1900-1919 & 1910 Census”


“Transcription of Provincial North Carolina Wills: 1663-1729/30, Volume 1, A-K”


“The Federal Convention of 1787: North Carolina in the Great Crisis”


“Mines, Miners, and Minerals of Western North Carolina”


“Abstracts of Genealogical Items from ‘The Yadkin Ripple, 1893-1903”


“The Development of Elementary Education in Iredell County from 1900-1965”


“Death Abstracts from Statesville, N.C. Newspapers, 1917-1924, Vol. V”


“Tar Heel Dead: Tales of Mystery and Mayhem from North Carolina”


“Death Notice Abstracts from Statesville, N.C. Newspapers, 1925-1931”


“Catawba County Heritage Vol. II”


“Epling / Eplin Additonal Descendants 1787-2006”


“Swain County, N.C. Death Records, Vol. II: 1931-1955”


“Cemeteries of Burke County, Vol. I”


“Cemeteries of Burke County, Vol. II”


“Cemeteries of Burke County, Vol. III”


“Cemeteries of Burke County, Vol. IV”


“Treasury Book of J.L. Laxton: Burke County, N.C. 1875-1878”


“Index to Marriage Registers 1867-1908 Burke County”


“Burke County, N.C. 1880 Federal Census”


“Burke County, N.C. Index to Journals, Vols. 1-VI: 1983-1988”


“Indians of Burke County and Western North Carolina”


“Orange County, N.C. Abstracts of the Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Sept. 1752-Aug. 1766”


“Abstracts of Haywood County, N.C. Deeds: 1808-1838”


“Madison County, N.C. Delayed Birth Records, Vol. I”


“Madison County, N.C. Delayed Birth Records, Vol. II”


“Macon County, N.C. Delayed Birth Records – Aug. 25, 2003”


“Madison County, N.C. Death Records: Out of County Deaths, 1978-2004”


“Jackson County, N.C. Death Records: Out of County Deaths, 1978-2004”


“Swain County, N.C. Death Records Vol. I: 1913-1930”


“Swain County, N.C. Death Records: Out of County Deaths, 1978-2004”


“Madison County Delayed Birth Records, Vol. III”


“Graham County, N.C. Marriages, Vol. I: 1872-1910”


“Graham County, N.C. Delayed Birth Records through Aug. 25, 2000”


“Graham County, N.C. Death Records: Out of County Deaths: 1978-2004”


“Duplin County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions: 1792-1795, Vol. 3”


“The War of Northern Aggression in Western North Carolina”


“South Carolina Royal Grants 1732-1761”


“South Carolina Royal Grants 1760-1768”


“Tennessee Records: Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts”


“Mexican War Veterans: A Complete Roster of the Regular and Volunteer Troops in the War Between the United States and Mexico, From 1846-1848”


“My Branch Family History: From Abingdon England to Jamestown Virginia to Burke, Lincoln and Iredell Counties of North Carolina”


“Forsyth County, N.C. Marriage Licenses, 1880-1889”


“Tutelo, Saponi, Nahyssan Monacan, aka Piedmont Catawba Tribe of the Ohio Valley Virginia, Carolina, New York, Pennsylvania, and Six Nations/Ontario Canada”


“The Governors of North Carolina”


“Connecting the World: The CommScope Story”


“Ancestors and Descendants of Andrew Leander Tharpe: 1843-1927 and Sarah Jane Whitaker 1847-1929”


“Ninian Steele: From Scotland to Statesville”


“History of Appalachia”


“A Midwife’s Tale: The Life of Martha Ballard Based on her Diary 1785-1812”


“Boys of the Battleship North Carolina”


“Inherit the Land: Jim Crow Meets Miss Maggie’s Will”


“Abraham Lincoln’s Execution”


“Remembering North Carolina’s Confederates”


“Confederate Spies at Large: The Lives of Lincoln Assassination Conspirator Tom Harbin and Charlie Russell”


“Record of the Moravians In North Carolina Vol. XIII”


“Records of the Moravians in North Carolina Vol. XII”


“Index to Obituaries Printed in the Statesville Record & Landmark”


“Burke County, N.C. 1900 Federal Census”


“The Silencing of Emily Mullen & other Essays”


“Postmarks: A History of Henderson County, N.C. 1787-1968”


“The Great Wagon Road: From Philadelphia to the South”


“Collett Leventhorpe: The English Confederate, The Life of a Civil War General, 1815-1889”


“Finding Your Father’s War: A Practical Guide to Researching & Understanding Service in the World War II US Army”

“Guide to U.S. Map Resources: Map and Geography Round Table of the American Library Association”


“Creating EAD: Compatible Finding Guides on Paper”


“Deep Creek Friends’ Meeting: 2006 Cemetery Listings” Yadkin County


“Scotland County Heritage—North Carolina”  Heritage of Scotland County


“Union County N.C. Marriages, Vol. II 1900-1915”


“Union County, N.C. Marriages, Vol. III, 1916-1930”


“Union County, N.C. Marriages, Vol. IV, 1931-1945”


“A Pictorial History of the Confederacy”


“Marriage Licenses of Stokes County, N.C. 1839-1887”


“Marriage Licenses of Stokes County, N.C. 1888-1900”


“Union County, N.C. Church Cemeteries”


“Union County, N.C. Family Cemeteries”


“Union County, N.C. Marriages 1843-1899”


“Union County, N.C. First Tax List-Anson Side, Anson Petition, First Tax List Meck. Side, Meck. Petition”


“Heritage of Union County, N.C. Vol. II”


“Cemetery Records of Forsyth County, N.C. Vol. I: Abbotts Creek and Kernersville Townships”


“Cemetery Records of Rockingham and Stokes Counties, N.C. Vol. VIII”


“Cemetery Records of Rockingham and Stokes Counties, N.C. Vol. I”


“Gaston County, N.C. Death Certificates, 1909-1915”


“Gaston County Marriages: 1889-1895”


“Dagenhart Genealogy and Cemetery Records”


“Alexander County, N.C. Marriages and Records Book I”

“Little Farm on Brown Road;


“Memories: Farm Days, Farm Ways”


“Early Families of Eastern and Southeastern Kentucky”


“Pioneer Families of Eastern and Southeastern Kentucky”


“Battles, Skirmishes, and Actions of the American Revolution in South Carolina”


“Burke County, North Carolina Death Certificates 1913-1924: from Vol. 1-12 at Register of Deeds Office”


“Family Notes Compiled From the Files of ‘The Landmark’ newspaper 1874-1974” by Homer Keever”


“”Minnie Hampton Eliason Articles”


“Alexander Family”


“Mooresville Tribune Centennial Edition: 1873-1973”


“Anniversary, Engagement & Marriage Notices Index: Statesville Record & Landmark for 2000”


“Heritage of Toe River Valley VI”


“Cemetery Records of Forsyth County, N.C. Vol. II: Abbotts Creek and Middle Fork Townships”


“Rockingham County, N.C. Marriage License Index White Females, 1867-1899”


“Rockingham County, N.C. Marriage License Index, White Males, 1867-1899”


“Heads of Families of Iredell County: 1790”


“Heads of Families of Iredell County: 1850”


“Mitchell Community College Annual: Circle 1978”


“Mitchell Community College Annual: Circle 1976”


“100 Years of Honor: Rededication of Confederate Monument at the Iredell County Confederate Monument Celebration May 6, 2006”


“Roster of Revolutionary War Gravesites of Soldiers, Patriots, and Ancestors Buried in N.C.”


“Statesville Design Guidelines: Statesville Historic Preservation Commission”


“Victims: A True Story of the Civil War”


“Tennesseans in the Civil War” Vols. 1 & 2


“The Trail: Statesville High School Annual 1945”


“Jefferson’s Pillow: The Founding Fathers and the Dilemma of Black Patriotism”


“Reconstruction: The Ending of the Civil War”


“Outlaw Ballplayers: Interviews and Profiles From the Independent Carolina Baseball League”


“A collection of Early Newspaper Articles about Iredell County and Statesville & Various Families”


“Society Baptist Church: 185 Anniversary Celebration”


“Swain County, N.C. Death Records, Vol. I: 1913-1930”


“Swain County, N.C. Death Records, Vol. II: 1931-1955”


“Permanent Roll of Registered Voters: Haywood County, N.C. 1902”


“McDowell County, N.C. Marriages 1912-1929”


“McDowell County, N.C. Marriages: 1894-1912”


“McDowell County, N.C. Marriages: 1870-1894”


“Madison County, N.C. Delayed Birth Records: Vol. III Bks 21-39”


“Madison County, N.C. Delayed Birth Records: Vol. II Bks. 11-20”


“Madison County, N.C. Delayed Birth Records: Vol. I Bks. 1-10”


“Transylvania County, N.C. Permanent Register: 1902-1908”


“Swain County, N.C. Death Records Out-Of-County Deaths: 1978-2004”


“1900 Madison County, N.C. Census”

“1920 Madison County, N.C. Census”


“1920 Madison County, N.C. Census”


“Consolidated Listings of Western N.C. Cemeteries As Previously Published in ‘A Lot of Bunkum’ 1980-1991”


“West Memorial Park Cemetery Listings: Weaverville, N.C.”


“Indexed 1835 Poll Books: 12th Congressional District, N.C. Burke, Haywood, Yancey, Macon, Rutherford, & Buncombe”


“2002 Madison County Obituaries to Accompany and Update the 5 Volumes of Cemeteries of Madison County, N.C.” 2003


““2003 Madison County Obituaries to Accompany and Update the 5 Volumes of Cemeteries of Madison County, N.C.” 2004”


“1930 Madison County, N.C. Census”


“1998 Madison County Obituaries to Accompany and Update the 5 Volumes of Cemeteries of Madison County, N.C.” 1999”


“1999 Madison County Obituaries to Accompany and Update the 5 Volumes of Cemeteries of Madison County, N.C.” 2000”


“2000 Obits for Madison County, N.C.”


“Mountain Master Peace: Directory of Fairview Methodist Church & Community Cemetery, Buncombe County, N.C.”


‘Marriage Index: Madison County, N.C. 1910-1931”


“Marriage Index, Madison County, N.C. 1870-1910”


“The Kingdom of Madison: A Southern Mountain Fastness & Its People”


“2001 Obits. Madison County, N.C.”


“Index Death Certificates Books 1-20 Transylvania County, N.C.”


“Copies of Death Certificates for Yancey County, N.C.: 1913-1914, Vol. I Books 1-12”


“Copies of Death Certificates for Yancey County, N.C. 1913-1914 Vol. 2, Books 1-12”


“Copies of Death Certificates Yancey County, N.C. 1920-1925”

“Copies of Death Certificates for Yancey County, N.C. 1926-1927”


“Copies of Death Certificates Yancey County, N.C. Indexed 1928-1932”


“Copies of Death Certificates Yancey County, N.C. Indexed Vol. 18”


“Ancestral Trails: The Complete Guide to British Genealogy and Family History”


“Virginia Immigrants and Adventurers 1607-1635”


“Marriage Records of Brunswick County, Virginia: 1730-1852”


“Death Notices in the South Carolina Gazette, 1732-1775”


“Kansas Territorial Settlers of 1860 Who Were Born in Tennessee, Virginia, N.C. and S.C.”


“The Brevard Family of Iredell County, N.C.”


“Chronicles of Border Warfare”


“Abstracts of Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Cumberland County, N.C., April 1779-Jan. 1791”


“History of the Thirteenth Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Cavalry”


“The 55th N.C. in the Civil War: A History and Roster”


“Setzer/Setser Genealogy”


“In Our Own Words: The Story of Lincoln County”


“The First Families of Mayodan, N.C. 1900”


“Patents and Deeds and Other Early Records of New Jersey 1664-1703”


“Rhode Island Land Evidences 1648-1696”


“New Hanover County, N.C. 1870 Census”


“New Hanover County, N.C. 1880 Census”


“New Hanover County Court Minutes 1738-1769”


“Onslow County, N.C. Richlands Township Cemetery Records Vol. VIII”


“Onslow County, N.C. Richlands Township Cemetery Records Vol. IX”


“Onslow County, N.C. Southwest Township Cemetery Records Vol. XI”


“Onslow County, N.C. Stump Sound Township Cemetery Records Vol. I”


“Onslow County Stump Sound Township Cemetery Records Vol. II”


“Onslow County N.C. Southwest Township Cemetery Records Vol. III”


“Onslow County, N.C. Richlands Township Cemetery Records Vol. XII”


“Onslow County, N.C. Southwest Township Cemetery Records Vol. IV”


“Onslow County, N.C. Stump Sound Township Cemetery Records Vol. V”


“Onslow County, N.C. Richlands Township Cemetery Records Vol. VI”


“Onslow County, N.C. Richlands Township Cemetery Records Vol. VII”


“Onslow County, N.C. Confederate Veterans Vol. I”


“Onslow County, N.C. Voter Registration Records 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908”


“New Hanover County, N.C. Minutes of the Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions 1805-1808”


“New Hanover County, N.C. Minutes of the Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions 1801-1804”


“Pender County, N.C. Voter Registration 1902-1908”


“Marriage and Death Notices in Newspapers Published in Wilmington, N.C. 1728-1855 and Marriage Contracts of New Hanover County Citizens 1728-1855”


“Marriage and Death Notices from Wilmington, N.C. Newspapers Feb. 1847-1850”


“New Hanover County Abstract of Wills: Contains Wills from Will Book AB Deed Book AB and Deed Book C”


“New Hanover County, N.C. 1870 Federal Census”


“Cumberland County, N.C. Voter Registration 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908”


“Marriage and Death Notices from Wilmington, N.C. Newspapers, 1866-1870”


“Marriage and Death Notices from Wilmington, N.C. Newspapers 1860-1865”


“Marriage and Death Notices from Wilmington, N.C. Newspapers Jan. 1851 – Dec. 1859”


“Bladen County, N.C. Voter Registration Records 1902-1908”


“Brunswick County, N.C. 1890 Tax List”


“Brunswick County, N.C. Minutes of Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Vol. I: Minute Book I: 1782-1786 & 1789-1801; Minute Book II: 1792-1797”


“Brunswick County, N.C. Minutes of Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1805-1813, Vol. II”


“Columbus County, N.C. Voter Registration, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908”


“New Hanover County, N.C. Voter Registration 1902-1908”


“New Hanover County Roster of Confederate Troops Including Confederate and Roster of Cape Fear Camp, U.C.V.”


“New Hanover County, N.C. Slave Schedule N.C. 1850”


“North Carolina Revolutionary Army Accounts BK W. No. I  1781-1783”


“New Hanover County Court Minutes Part III, 1786-1793”


“New Hanover County Court Minutes Part II, 1771-1785”


“Brunswick County, N.C. Minutes of Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Jan. 1814-Dec. 1820, Vol. III”


“New Hanover County, N.C. Record of Marriage Licenses 1843-1863”


“Brunswick County, N.C. Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Jan, 1821 – Nov. 1825 Vol. IV”


“Brunswick County, N.C. Voter Registration Records, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908”


“The Wills of Deed Book A for Brunswick County, N.C. 1764-1772”


“Index to the Seventh Vol. of The Morning Star” Sept. 23, 1870-March 22, 1871”


“Index to the Semi-Weekly Messenger, Wilmington, N.C. From Jan. 2 thru Dec. 28th, 1906”

“Index to Semi-Weekly Messenger, Wilmington, N.C. Jan. 3rd thru Dec. 29th, 1905”


“Guilford County Cemeteries Vol. I: Western Section”


“Duplin County Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions Abstract of Minutes 1805-1809, Part 7”


“Duplin County, N.C. Gravestone Records, Vol. I”


“Duplin County, N.C. Gravestone Records”


“Duplin County, N.C. Voter Registration, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908”


“Gaston County, Marriages, 1896-1901”


“New Hanover County Court Minutes, Part 4, 1794-1800”


“Watauga County Cemetery Records”


“Sampson County, N.C. Voter Registration, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908”


“Robeson County, N.C. Voter Registration, 1902, 1904, 1906, 1908”


“Land Grants of New Hanover County”


“Index to The Wilmington Messenger, June 30th – Dec. 31, 1887”


“Index to The Wilmington Messenger for the year, Jan. – Dec. 1889 Vol.. II M-Z”


“Index to The Wilmington Messenger for the year, January – Dec. 1889, Vol. I A-L”


“Images of Caldwell County”


“Images of Mooresville”


“The National Archives: A Practical Guide for Family Historians”


“Wills and Other Probate Records”


“The Mysteries of Chancellorsville”


“Silent Speedways of the Carolinas: The Grand National Histories of 29 Former Tracks”


“Passenger and Immigration Lists Index 2008 Supplement”


“A Popular History of Western North Carolina Mountains, Heroes, and Hootnoggers”

“Storm Over Carolina: The Confederate Navy’s Struggle for Eastern N.C.”


“A Primary Source History of the Colony of North Carolina”


“Americans of 1776: Daily Life in Revolutionary America”


“Gullah History Along the Carolina Lowcountry”


“The Gullah People and their African Heritage”


“The South: A Tour of its Battlefields and Ruined Cities, A Journey through the Desolated States, and Talks with the People, 1867”


“Scotland’s Historic Heraldry”


“Encyclopedia of Quaker American Genealogy”


“Treets: A Feast of Family Trees”


“Early New York Naturalizations: Abstracts of Naturalization Records from Federal, State, and Local Courts, 1792-1840”


“Pasquotank County North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color”


“Early Kentucky Tax Records”


“Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800”


“Bounty & Donation Land Grants in British Colonial America”


“Passports of Southeastern Pioneers 1770-1823: Indian, Spanish, and other Land Passports for Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Mississippi, Virginia, North & South Carolina”


“Mountain Myth: Unionism in Western North Carolina”


“Buncombe County, N.C. Death Records Vol. 1 - 18”


“Hare Funeral Home Records, (Feb. 25, 1927 – Jan. 28, 1934), Buncombe County, N.C.”


“Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery Buncombe County, N.C. 1886-2006”


“Early Buncombe County, N.C. African-American Marriage Records 1814-1868”


“Buncombe County Voter Registration Records 1902-1904”


“Records of Colonial Gloucester County, Virginia, Vols. I & II: A Collection of Abstracts from original documents concerning the lands and people of Colonial Gloucester County”


“Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace”


“The Official Guide to Ancestry.com”


“South Carolina Baptists: 1670-1805”


“As You May Never See Us Again: The Civil War Letters of George and Walter Battle 4th N.C. Infantry”


“The Battle of Monroe’s Crossroads and the Civil War’s Final Campaign”


“Ghost Cadet”


“A Captain’s War: The Letters and Diaries of William H.S. Burgwyn 1861-1865”


“Africanisms in the Gullah Dialect”


“Mecklenburg County, N.C. Minutes of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1774-1780”


“School History of North Carolina from 1584 to the Present” Published in 1882


“Dr. J.B. Alexander’s Medical Ledger & Account Book, 1855-1871”


“School History of North Carolina”


“General Order Book, 1862-1863 11th “Bethel” Regiment North Carolina Troops”


“Abstracts of Deed Books 24-28 & Books 1-3, Second Series, Mecklenburg County, N.C. 1831-1850”


“This Astounding Close: The Road to Bennett Place”


“Rebel Chief: The Motley Life of Colonel William Holland Thomas, C.S.A.”


“The First Turnstalls in Virginia and some of their Descendants”


“Iredell County Vietnam War Casualties”


“Cemetery Records of Burke County, Georgia, August, 1997”


“The American Story in Art: The Murals of Allyn Cox in the US Capitol”

“Early Travel: The Early Settler Life Series”


“Everyday Dress of the American Colonial Period”


“North Carolina: The WPA Guide to the Old North State”


“Duplin County, N.C. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions: 1788-1791”


“Duplin County, N.C. Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions: 1784-1787”


“The Constitution of the United States of America”


“Confederate Industry: Manufacturers and Quartermasters in the Civil War”


“History of Surry County, N.C.”


“History of Burke County, Georgia: 1777-1950”


“Grave Markers in Burke County, Georgia”


“History of Harmony Presbyterian Church (1919-1933 and North Side Baptist Church, Iredell County”


“Granville County, N.C. Cemeteries Vol. 1”


“Granville County, N.C. Cemeteries Vol. II”


“Granville County, N.C. Cemeteries Vol. III”


“Granville County, N.C. Cemeteries Vol. IV”


“Camden’s Challenge: A History of Camden County, Georgia”


“The Descendant’s of Captain Thomas Carter”


“Methodism Alive in North Carolina: A Commemorative Vol. for the Bicentennial of the First Carolina Circuit”


“Facts to Know North Carolina”


“Images of America: St. Mary’s and Camden County”


“Burke County Folks 1882-1900: The Events in Their Lives as Published in the True Citizen, Burke County, Georgia”


“Burke County Folks 1901-1910: The Events in Their Lives as Published in the True Citizen, Burke County, Georgia, Vol. II”


““Burke County Folks 1901-1910: The Events in Their Lives as Published in the True Citizen, Burke County, Georgia, Vol. III”


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“Slaves in the Family”


The Place We Call Home: A Collection of Articles about Local History from The Augusta Chronicle”


“The Scottish Blue Family in North America”


“Quaint and Historic Forts of North America”


“French and Indian War Battlesites: A Controversy”


“Missouri Genealogical Gleanings: 1840 and Beyond Vol. 6”


“Roll of Honor: Names of Soldiers Who Died in Defense of the America Union, Interred in the National Cemeteries” 12 Vols.


“Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers of Southeastern Pennsylvania”


“East Tennessee Tax Records Index Vol. II: Washington County, 1822-1839”


“East Tennessee Tax Records Index Vol. I: Washington County, 1778-1821”


“Lincoln Unmasked”


“The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and an Unnecessary War”


“When In the Course of Human Events: Arguing the Case for Southern Secession”


“Order of the First Families of North Carolina Registry of Ancestors” Vol. I


“African American & American Indian Patriots of the Revolutionary War”


“Tennessee 1860 Agricultural Census” Vol. I


“Tennessee 1860 Agricultural Census” Vol. II


“Missouri Genealogical Records & Abstracts, Vol. 7: 1535-1839”

“1850 Census Johnston County, N.C.”


“Persons Naturalized in the Province of Pennsylvania 1740-1773”


“New Netherland Roots”


“Genealogical Abstracts from Tennessee Newspapers Vol. I 1791-1808”


“Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond Vol. 2”


“Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond Vol. 1”


“Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond Vol. 7”


“Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond Vol. 8”


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“Searching for Scotch-Irish Roots in Scottish Records 1600-1750”


“Compendium of the Confederate Armies Tennessee”


“1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction Tennessee Vol. I”


“By A Line of Marked Trees: Abstracts of Currituck County, N.C. Deed Books 1-3”


“Bounty and Donation Land Grants in British Colonial America”


“Revolutionary Rangers: Daniel Morgan’s Riflemen and Their Role on the Northern Frontier”


“Denizations, and Naturalizations in the British Colonies in America, 1607-1775”


“Slave Songs of the United States”


“Passenger Arrivals at the Port of Charleston 1820-1829”


“Lists of Swiss Emigrants in the Eighteenth Century to the American Colonies”


“American Population before the Federal Census of 1790”


“Adventurers of Purse and Person Virginia 1607-1624/5 Vol. II”


“Adventurers of Purse and Person Virginia 1607-1624/5 Vol. III”


“Virginia Slave Births Index 1853-1865” Volumes 1-5 Bks

“The German Immigration into Pennsylvania”


“English Origins of American Colonists”


“Winebarger Family Research”


“Moore & Combs Family Research Notes”


“Catawba County Family Research Notes”


“Wilkes County Family Research Notes”


“Curry, Johnson, & Gray Family Research Notes”


“Johnson, Curry, & Gray Family Research Notes”


“Coons & Hefner Family Genealogy”


“Catawba County Family Research Notes”


“Hayes & Marlow Family Genealogy”


“A Game Called Salisbury: The Spinning of a Southern Tragedy and the Myths of Race”


“Confederate State Roster: North Carolina Name Roster” 3 Vols.


“Historic Salisbury and Rowan County in Vintage Postcards”


“Some Pioneers from Wilkes County, N.C.”


“Orange County, N.C. Abstracts of the Minutes of the Inferior Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, 1777-1788”


“Caldwell County Cemeteries, Family Plots, Community Burial Grounds,& Lost or Abandoned Cemeteries”


“Clarksbury United Methodist Church, Iredell County, 1832-2007”


“That Magnificent Army of Youth and Peace: The Civilian Conservation Corps in North Carolina, 1933-1942”


“Duplin County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1798-1803”


“Duplin County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1795-1798”


“Guilford County, N.C. Will Abstracts, 1771-1841”

“Roster of North Carolina Troops in Between the States Vol. I”


“The Civil War Ends: Greensboro, April 1865”


“Cherokee Genealogical Research East of the Mississippi”


“Wilkes County Memories: Possum Hunters, Moonshine, and Cornshuck Dolls”


“Will Books D, E, F, & G, Franklin County, N.C. 1812-1824: Wills, Estates Records, Guardian Accounts”


“Will Books H, I, & J, Franklin County, N.C. 1824-1834: Wills, Estate Records, & Guardian Accounts”


“Topsail Island: Images of America”


“Directory of Genalogical and Historical Societies, Libraries and Periodicals in the US and Canada 2008” Vol. 1 and 2


“Collettsville News (Caldwell County): In the early days of late 1800’s and early 1900’s.”


“Tender…: A Compilation of family recipes by Suzanne Whitlow Marson”


“The Life and Times of Colonel William Lamb: 1835-1909”


“Preacher Crisp’ Rev. Jesse Herring Crisp” (Caldwell County)


“Life Around Collettsville Series (Caldwell County) Vol. 1 No. 2”


“Life Around Collettsville Series (Caldwell County) Vol. 1 No. 3”


“Statesville and Iredell County Directory: 1907-1908”


“Statesville and Iredell County Directory, 1909-1910”


“Statesville, North Carolina City Directory, 1914-15”


“Statesville, North Carolina City Directory, 1916-17”


“Statesville, N.C. City Directory, 1920-21”


“Statesville, N.C. City Directory, 1922-23”


“Statesville, N.C. City Directory, 1925-26”


“Statesville, N.C. City Directory, 1928-1929”


“Statesville, N.C. City Directory, 1930-1931”


“The 28th North Carolina Infantry: A Civil War History and Roster”


“Carnival of Blood: Dueling, Lynching, and Murder in South Carolina: 1880-1920”


“String Bands in the North Carolina Piedmont”


“The Revolutionary War in the Southern Back Country”


“Courtship and Love among the Enslaved in North Carolina”


“Lincoln and the Decision for War: The Northern Response to Sucession”


“The Dream Long Deferred: The Landmark Struggle for Desegregation in Charlotte, N.C.”


“The Making of a Confederate: Walter Lenoir’s Civil War”


“North Carolina State Fair: The First 150 Years”


“The Confederate Army 1861-65: Tennessee & North Carolina”


“The Heritage of Hill County, Texas”


“A New World: England’s first view of America”


“Alexander County Mapbook”


“The Pension List of 1820” U.S. War Department


“New England Marriages Prior to 1700”


“Branches and Twigs: Descendants and Ancestors of William E. Phifer”


“North Carolina Then & Now”


“The Rosenwald Schools of the American South”


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“Samuel Wiseman’s Book of Record: The Official Account of Bacon’s Rebellion in Virginia, 1676-1677”


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“Searching for the Roanoke Colonies: An Interdisciplinary Collection”


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“The Church of England in North Carolina: Documents, 1742-1763” Colonial Records Series


“North Carolina Higher-Court Records, 1697-1701” The Colonial Records of N.C.


“North Carolina Higher-Court Records, 1670-1696” The Colonial Records of N.C.


“Records of The Executive Council, 1755-1775” The Colonial Records of N.C.


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“1850 Census of Rowan County, N.C.”


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“1850 Census Cleveland County, N.C.”


“1850 Census Rutherford County, N.C.”


“Tryon County Documents 1769-1779: A North Carolina County”


“1830 Census Rutherford County, N.C.”


“Abstracts from Early Newspapers Published in Concord, N.C. 1855-1862”


“Polk County, N.C. Marriages: 1847-1868”


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“McDowell County, N.C. Marriage Records: 1797-1869”


“Cherokee Citizenship Commission Docket Books: 1880-1884 and 1887-1889”


“Grave Sights of Cabarrus County, N.C. Book Nine”


“Grave Sights of Cabarrus County, N.C. Book Eight”


“Guilford County Cemeteries Volume I: Western Section”


“Guilford County, N.C. Marriage Records: 1771-1868”


“Grave Sights of Cabarrus County, N.C. Book Seven”


“Grave Sights of Cabarrus County, N.C. Book Five-B”


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“Grave Sights of Cabarrus County, N.C. Book Four”


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“1814 Court Martial of Tennessee Militiamen”


“For So Long as The Sun and Moon Endure: Indian Records from the N.C. General Assembly Sessions & Other Sources”


“Remembered Concord: Articles from the Look Back Collection”


“Remembering Kannapolis: Tales from Towel City”


“Black Confederates”


“The Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence: A Study of Evidence Showing That the Alleged Early Declaration of Independence By Mecklenburg County, N.C., May 1775, Is Spurious”


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“1890 Confederate Veterans Reunion, Chattanooga, Tennnesse”


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“1910 Cleveland County, N.C. Census Index”


“1920 Cleveland County, N.C. Census Index”


“1930 Cleveland County, N.C. Census Index”


“1910 Rutherford County, N.C. Census Index”


“1920 Rutherford County, N.C. Census Index”


“1930 Rutherford County, N.C. Census Index”


“Some of the Descendants of Johan Counrath Ehrenhart”


“Some Descendants of Wendel Miller: 1724-1805: Born in Germany Died in Rowan County, N.C. Revolutionary War Patriot”


“Some Descendants of Wendel Miller: 1724-1805: Born in Germany Died in Rowan County, N.C. Revolutionary War Patriot Vol. II”


“Some Descendants of Wendel Miller: 1724-1805: Born in Germany Died in Rowan County, N.C. Revolutionary War Patriot Vol. III”


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“1837 Tennessee Volunteers Muster Rolls for Various Counties”

“Cabarrus County Tax Assessments 1860-1863”


“Cabarrus County N.C. 1890 Tax Scroll”


“Bethel Bear Creek Church”


“Raleigh: An Unorthodox History of North Carolina’s Capitol”


“1900 Buncombe County, N.C. Census Vol. 1”


Buncombe County Marriages 1950-1961 Index for Grooms A-Z”

“Buncombe County Marriages 1976-1981 Index for Brides A-Z”


“Buncombe County Marriages 1962-1969 Index for Grooms A-Z”


“Buncombe County Marriages 1935-1949 Index for Grooms A-Z”


“West Memorial Park Cemetery, Buncombe County, N.C.”


“Buncombe County Marriages: 1962-1969 Index for Brides A-Z”


“Buncombe County Marriages: 1970-1975 Index for Grooms A-Z”


“Buncombe County, N.C. Births Abbett, James Wheeler 3-23-1921 – Caldwell, Joyce Annett 9-30-1960”


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“Buncombe County Marriages, 1851-1937 Index for Grooms A-K”


“Buncombe County Marriages, 1851-1937 Index for Grooms L-Z”


“Yancey County, N.C. Marriages, 1800’s through 1920 Grooms and Brides”


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“2006 Obituaries for Madison County News-Record & Sentinel Indexed”


“Burying Grounds, Graveyards, and Cemeteries of Buncombe County, N.C. Vol. I”


“Burying Grounds, Graveyards, and Cemeteries of Buncombe County, N.C Vol. 2”


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“Cemetery Inscriptions of Buncombe County, N.C. Vol. 3”


“Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery 1886-2006 Buncombe County, N.C.”


“Buncombe County Marriages 1950-1961 Index for Brides A-Z”


“Buncombe County Marriages: 1982-1987 Index for Brides A-Z”


“Buncombe County Marriges: 1988-1989 Index for Brides A-Z”


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“Buncombe County Marriages: 1970-1975: Index for Brides A-Z”


“Buncombe County Marriages: 1935-1949: Index for Brides A-Z”


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“Cemetery Inscriptions of Buncombe County, N.C. Vol. IV”


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“General William Dorsey Pender: A Military Biography”


“Houghland’s Index to Johnson County, TN. Deeds, 1836-1865”


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“Warfare and Armed Conflicts: A Statistical Encyclopedia of Casualty & Other

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“Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Ancient York Masons of N.C.”


“Hiwassee Reservoir Cemeteries”


“Carter County, Tenn. Minutes of the County Court 1826-1829”


“North Carolina Militia Returns 1754-1755, 1758 and 1767”


“Carter County, TN, Minutes of Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions, 1819-1820”


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“1930 Census of Polk County, N.C.”


“1880 Census of McDowell County, N.C.”


“1910 Census of Polk County, N.C.”


“1930 Census of Henderson County, N.C.”


“1930 Census of Transylvania County, N.C.”


“1870 Census of Transylvania County, N.C.”


“1870 Census of McDowell County, N.C.”


“1860 Census of McDowell County, N.C.”


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“Lynching in North Carolina: A History 1865-1941”


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“Diary of Elizabeth Dick Lindsay”


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“Deeds of Gates County, N.C. 1803-1808”


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“The Civil War Roster of Davie County, N.C.: Biographies of 1,147 Men Before During & After the Conflict”


“The Genealogist’s Address Book: State and Local Resources” 6th Edition


“Effects of Light on Materials in Collections: Data on Photoflash and Related Sources”


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“Eastern Cherokee by Blood: 1906-1910. Vol. IV Applications 10,453-14,276”


“Eastern Cherokee by Blood: 1906-1910 Vol. VI Applications 18,061-21,880”


“Eastern Cherokee by Blood: 1906-1910 Vol. VII Applications 21,881-26,099”


“Marriages and Deaths from Mississippi Newspapers: Vol.I 1837-1863”


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“Rowan County, N.C. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions: 1817-1818”


“1840 Census Davidson County, N.C.”


“Early Settlers of Maryland”


“Virginia County Records: Vol. IV Early Virginia Marriages”


“Mississippi Newspaper Obituaries 1876-1885”


“Mississippi Newspaper Obituaries 1862-1875”


“Passengers to America: A Consolidation of Ship Passenger Lists from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register”

“Scots-Irish Links 1825-1900”


“He Loves a Good Deal of Rum: Military Desertions during the American Revolution, 1775-1783, Vol. I 1775-June 30, 1777”


“He Loves a Good Deal of Rum: Military Desertions during the American Revolution, 1775-1783: Vol. II, June 30, 1777-1783”


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“Early Pilgrim German Records (Leonard’s Church)”


“German-American Genealogical Research Monograph Numbers 1,2,and 5: German Mercenary Expatriates in the United States and Canada, 3 Vols. In One.”


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“Dictionary of Genealogical and Historical Societies, Libraries, and Periodicals in the U.S. and Canada, 2008, Vols. II”


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“A Compilation of the Original Lists of Protestant Immigrants to S.C. 1763-1773”


“Lists of Colonial Soldiers of Virginia”


“”West Virginia Revolutionary Ancestors”


“The Early Germans of New Jersey: Their History, Churches, and Genealogies”


“”Early Massachusetts Marriages Prior to 1800 with the addition of Plymouth County Marriages 1692-1746”


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“Welsh Founders of Pennsylvania”


“Tennessee Soldiers in the Revolution”


“African American Southerners in Slavery, Civil War, and Reconstruction”


“Mecklenburg County, N.C. Estate Records Vol. 1”


“Nineteenth Century Tennessee Adoptions, Legitimations, and Name Changes”


“Buncombe County, N.C. Index to Deeds: 1783-1850”


“North Carolina with Photographs”


“Heritage of Cherokee County”


“Domestic Economy in the Confederacy”


“Address at the Laying of the Corner-Stone of Iredell County’s New Court House”


“Hymns for Camp” (Civil War Hymns)


“Five Points in the Record of N.C. in the Great War of 1861-5”


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“A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England (1829)”


“The Adventures of Colonel Daniel Boon, Formerly a Hunter; Containing a Narrative of the Wars of Kentucky”


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“The Patriots and Guerrillas of East Tennessee and Kentucky”


“A Pictorial History of Cherokee County”


“Diary of a Geological Tour” by Elisha Mitchell


“On Horseback: A Tour of Virginia, N.C., and Tennessee”


“Life and Times of Colonel Daniel Boone”


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“The Regulators of North Carolina 1765-1771”


“Etched in Granite: The History of Granite Falls, N.C.”


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“Adventures of a Conscript: W.H. Younce and the 58th N.C. Infantry”


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“1860 Alleghany County N.C. Census”

“A Five Year Program for the Development of Agriculture in Grayson County, Virginia 1927”


“A Chapter in Confederate History” by F.B. Ruffin Concerning Confederate Supplies


“A Journal Written by Francis Marion Wilcox” 1897 Ashe County and 58th Regiment


“Grandma’s Stories, Cures, & Fixings From the Blue Ridge”


“Mocksville, N.C. to Dyersburg, Tennessee: The Migration of the Timothy McGuire and Eliz Ann (Roberts) McGuire Family”


“History of Arthurs School, Troutman, N.C.”


“History of Barkley School, Troutman, N.C.”


“History of Clark School, Troutman, N.C.”


“History of Duck Creek School, Troutman, N.C.”


“History of Eureka School, Troutman, N.C.”


“History of Fern Hill School, Troutman, N.C.”


“History of Kerr’s Branch School, Troutman, N.C.”


“History of Kennedy’s School (later Shawnee), Troutman, N.C.”


“History of Leonard School, Troutman, N.C”


“History of Neill’s School, Troutman, N.C.”


“History of Ostwalt School, Troutman, N.C.”


“History of Shinn’s School, Troutman, N.C.”


“History of White’s School, Troutman, N.C.”


“Pleasant View Baptist Church: 100th Anniversary Celebration”


“Forgotten Patriots: African American and American Indian Patriots in the Revolutionary War”


“The Heritage of the Toe River Valley Vol. I”


“The Heritage of the Toe River Valley Vol. II”


“The Heritage of the Toe River Valley Vol. VIII”


“The Heritage of Transylvania County, N.C.”


“Wills of Some Prominent Early Virginia Colonists 1628-1788”


“Congregation Emanuel Centennial Celebration”


“History Gray Crest School, Iredell County”


“History Moss Hill School, Iredell County”


“History Simpson School, Iredell County”


“History Norwood School, Iredell County”


“History Open View School, Iredell County”


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“The Confederacy: A Guide to the Archives of the Government of the Confederate States of America”


“The Union: A Guide to Federal Archives Relating to the Civil War”


“Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Archives of the U.S.”


“Guide to Records Relating to U.S. Military Participation in World War II: Part I Policy, Planning, Administration”


“Guide to Records Relating to U.S. Military Participation in World War II Part II Supply and Support”


“World War II: Guide to Records Relating to U.S. Military Participation Vol. I”


“World War II: Guide to Records Relating to U.S. Military Participation Vol. 2”


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“Remembering Alamance County: Tales of Railroads, Textiles, and Baseball”


“Images of America: Jackson County, N.C.”


“Images of America: Avery County, N.C.”


“Remembering Avery County: Old Tales from North Carolina’s Youngest County”


“Burke County, N.C.: Historic Tales from the Gateway to the Blue Ridge”


“Wilkes County: A Brief History”


“The Palatine Families of New York, Vol. I”


“The Palatine Families of New York, Vol. II”


“History of Plyer’s School later Fairfield School, Iredell County, N.C.”


“History of Kestler School, Iredell County, N.C.”


“Forerunner Schools to Oswalt,” Iredell County, N.C.”


“Petitions for Land from the South Carolina Council Journals: Vol. III 1752-1753”


“Petitions for Land from the South Carolina Council Journals Vol. IV 1754-1756”


“Petitions for Land from the South Carolina Council Journals Vol. VI 1766-1770”


“Petitions for Land from the South Carolina Council Journals Vol I 1734-1748”


“Petitions for Land from the South Carolina Council Journals Vol. II 1748-1752”


“Petitions for Land from the South Carolina Council Journals Vol. V: 1757-1765”


“Petitions for Land from the South Carolina Council Journals Vol. VII 1771-1774”


“South Carolina Confederate Pensioners in 1901”


“South Carolina Revolutionary War Indents: A Schedule”


“The Genealogy and History of the Stewart Family of Halifax County, Virginia, Caswell and Person Counties, N.C. and Trigg County, Kentucky”


“Transylvania County Heritage”


“The Genealogist Address Book: State and Local Resources”


“Finding Their Way from the Great Road to the Wilderness Road 1745-1796”


“After the Glory: The Struggle of Black Civil War Veterans”


“Bluecoats & Tar Heels: Soldiers and Civilians in Reconstruction N.C.”


“Labor of Innocents: Forced Apprenticeship in N.C. 1715-1919”


“My Dearest Friend: The Civil War Correspondence of Cornelia McGimsey and Lewis Warlick”


“Minute Book Genealogy of Williamson County, TN 1799-1865”


“County Courthouse Book: A Concise Guide to County Courthouses and Courthouse Records”


“The Five Lost Colonies of Dare”


“Pasquotank County, Cemeteries Vol. II”


“Perquimans County, N.C. Cemeteries Vol. I”


“Perquimans County Historical Society Year Books, 1962-63, 1963-64, 1064-65”


“Camden County, N.C. Census 1830”


“Perquimans County Historical Society Year Books, 1975-1976”


“Perquimans County Historical Society Year Books, 1972, 1973, 1974”


“Perquimans County Historical Society Year Books, 1965-66, 1967, 1968, 1969”


“Camden County, N.C. (extant) Marriage Returns 1848-1919 Including Cohabitation Records”


“Pasquotank Historical Society Year Book Vol. 1, 1954-1955”


“Chowan and Gates Counties Census of 1850”


“Camden County, N.C. Federal 1790 Census”


“Chowan County Will Abstracts 1707-1850”


“Camden and Currituck Counties Census of 1850”


“Personal Legacies Surviving the Great Depression Charlotte/Mecklenburg 1929-1939”


“Histories of Currituck County, N.C. Families”


“Port Currituck Mariner’s Records 1784-1789”


“Record of Marriages Book A (1851-1867) Copied from the Register of Deeds Office Currituck County, N.C.”


“South Mills April 19, 1862, A Nearly Forgotten Battle”


“Historical Highlights of Camden County, 1777-1977”


“Camden County Cemeteries Vol. I”


“Currituck County, N.C. Marriage Register Book B, 1868-1902”


“Chowan County, N.C. Marriages, 1868-1899, Includes 1866-1868 Cohabitation Registration”


“Chowan County, N.C. Marriages, 1900-1920”


“Pasquotank and Perquimans Counties 1850 Census”


“Widow’s Years Provisions 1881-1899, Pasquotank County, N.C. Vol. I”


“Perquimans County Historical Society Year Book Including Supplement Roster of Perquimans County Soldiers 1861-1865”


“Perquimans County Historical Society Year Book, 1977”


“Perquimans County Historical Society Year Book 1978”


“Camden County Cemeteries Vol. II”


“Voter Registration Pasquotank County, N.C. 1900-1922”


“Gates County, N.C. Marriage Bonds, 1778-1868”


“Abstracts of Wills and Other Records, Currituck & Dare Counties N.C. 1663-1850”


“Dare County, N.C. Marriage Register Vol. I, 1870-1915”


“Gates County, N.C. Wills 1903-1915 Vol. V”


“Gates County, N.C. Wills, 1869-1903 Vol. IV”


“Gates County, N.C. Wills, 1838-1867 Vol. III”

“Gates County, N.C. Wills 1807-1838 Vol. II”


“Gates County, N.C. Wills 1779-1807 Vol. I”


“Gates County, N.C. Census 1790-1840”


“Gates County, N.C. Census 1850-1860”


“Gates County, N.C. Census 1870”


“Gates County, N.C. Census 1880”


“Our Earliest Colonial Settlements: Their Diversities of Origin and Later Characteristics”


“Ante-Bellum Elizabeth City: A History of a Canal Town”


“Images of Rail: Railroads of N.C.”


“Pasquotank Historical Society Year Book Vol. 2 1956-1957”


“A Journey in Time: A History of Gates County”


“Elizabeth City, N.C. City Directory 1912-1913 Vol. II”


“Dare County, N.C. Marriage Register Vol. 2, 1915-1956”


“1840 Currituck County, N.C. Federal Census”


“Pasquotank County Cemeteries Vol. I”


“Currituck County, N.C. Cemetery Records”


“African Americans in the United States Army in World War II”


“Long, Obstinate, and Bloody, The Battle of Guilford Courthouse”


“On Sherman’s Trail: The Civil War’s North Carolina Climax”


“Nazi POWs in the Tar Heel State”


“Pasquotank Historical Society Yearbook Vol. 4”


“Pasquotank Historical Society Yearbook Vol. 3”


“Sacred to Their Memory: Dare County, N.C. Cemeteries”


“1910 Census Caldwell County, N.C.”


“As a Tree Grows: A genealogy of the Cox and allied families of Northwestern N.C.”


“After Sherman’s March: Goldsboro at the End of the Civil War”


“A History of Hunting in the Great Smoky Mountains”


“History of Wayne County, N.C.”


“Book VXIII, of the Genealogy of the Lewis Family”


“Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants Awarded by State Governments”


“German-American Names”


“Pasquotank County N.C. Marriages 1867-1890 Including Cohabitation Records”


“Chowan County N.C. Tythables and Taxables, 1717-1770”


“Pasquotank County, N.C. Marriage Bonds, 1741-1866”


“Pasquotank County, N.C. 1860 Census”


“1754 Tithables for Pasquotank County, N.C.”


“1777-78 Taxables for Pasquotank County, N.C.”


“Perquimans County 300th Anniversary 1670-1970”


“1770 Taxables for Pasquotank County, N.C.”


“Abstracts of Divisions of Estates Perquimans, N.C. 1741-1804”


“Abstracts of Deeds Perquimans County, N.C. 1785-1791”


“Abstracts of Perquimans County, N.C. Wills 1761-1864”


“1739 Tithables for Pasquotank County, N.C.”


“Camden County, N.C. Will Book E, Jan. 1869-Aug. 1920”


“Norfolk County, Virginia Guardian Bonds, 1801-1850”


“Norfolk County, Virginia (Extant) Administrator Bonds 1711-1850”


“Norfolk County, Virginia Death Records, 1904-1910”


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“Eastern Cherokee Census, Cherokee, N.C. 1915-1922, Taken by Agent James E. Henderson, Vol. I 1915-1916”


“When Drunk Is Very Bold” White Maryland Runaways/ 1763-1769”


“Eastern Cherokee by Blood 1906-1910 Vol. V Applications 14,277 – 18,060 From the U.S. Court of Claims 1906-1910”


“Eastern Cherokee by Blood 1906-1910 Vol. VIII Applications 26,100-30,199”


Eastern Cherokee by Blood 1906-1910 Vol. XI Applications 14,277 – 18,060 From the U.S. Court of Claims 1906-1910”


“The 2011 Lee Reunion Book: Ancestors of Naomi Estelle Lee & Descendants of William Lorenza Lea with Some Cemetery Lists”


“Burying Grounds Graveyards and Cemeteries of Buncombe County, N.C. Vol. 4”


“Franklin County Heritage, N.C. Vol. I”


“The Battle of New Hanover Court House: Turning Point of the Peninsula Campaign, May 27, 1862”


“The History of Newfound Gap Cemetery and those buried there”


“Revolutionary War Soldiers from Surry County, N.C. Vol. I A-C”


“Haywood County: Portrait of a Mountain Community: A Bicentennial History”


“Ordinary Women Extraordinary Service: To Family, Community, and N.C.”


“Maps and Drawings from N.C. Road, Bridge, Mill and Ferry Petitions”


“Methodist Episcopal Church in N.C. 1865-1939”


“Ripples of a Lie: A Biography of Eugene Barnett, A Victim of the Centralia, Washington Conspiracy of 1919”


“Fanny Kemble,s Civil Wars: The story of America’s Most Unlikely Abolitionist?


“Remembering Avery County: Old Tales from North Carolina’s Youngest County”


“Eastern Cherokee by Blood 1906-1910 Vol. XII Applications 42,265-45,857”


“Revolutionary War Soldiers of Western North Carolina, Vol. 3”


“Early Charlotte and Mecklenburg County for Children”


“Frank Porter Graham’s Guidelines for Early Charlotte and Mecklenburg County for Children”


“North Carolina County Histories: A Bibliography”


“The Waldenses of Burke County”


“A Guidebook to Revolutionary Sites in North Carolina”


“Guilford Courthouse National Military Park”


“The Loyalist Experience in North Carolina”


“North Carolina and the Coming of the Revolution, 1763-1776”


“Congregation Emanuel, Statesville, N.C.”


“William Henry Duckworth and Catherine Singleton: A Family of Burke County, N.C.”


“Stephen Beauregard Weeks 1865-1918”


“The Lost Colonists: Their Fortune and Probable Fate”


“North Carolina in the Mexican War: 1846-1848”


“Colonial Homes in North Carolina”


“Buddhism and Barbecue: A Guide to Buddhist Temples in North Carolina”


“Green Leaf and Gold Tobacco in North Carolina”


“High Point Trivia and City Scenes”


Latest List


“Agriculture in North Carolina Before the Civil War”


“North Carolina’s Role in the First World War”


“The History of Gastonia and Gaston County, N.C.”


“School Segregation in Western North Carolina: A History, 1860s-1970s”


“A Christian Witness: History of the First Presbyterian Church, Gastonia, N.C. 1882-2005”


“Fear In North Carolina: The Civil War Journals and Letters of the Henry Family”


“Germans in the Southeastern United States of America”


“The Monuments at Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, N.C.


“Franklin County Heritage, North Carolina, Vol. II”


“Henry Eustace McCulloh Survey Book: 1762-1773


“Order of First Families of North Carolina Ancestor Biographies Vol. I”


“Blood Be Upon Your Head: Tarleton and the Myth of Buford’s Massacre: The Battle of the Waxhaws, May 19, 1780”


“Rockingham and Stokes Counties, N.C. Listing of Estate Papers”


“Rockingham County, N.C. Selected Deeds Part One: Division of Lands 1786-1900 and Division of Slaves 1805-1864, Part Two: Marriages noted in these Deeds”


“Abstracts of Obituaries in Newspapers of Stokes County, N.C. 1915-1976”


“North Carolina Education, April 1952”


“Edgecombe County Heritage, N.C. 1735-2009”


“Bertie County, N.C. Heritage, 1722-2010”


“Moore County Heritage, N.C. Vol. I, 2005”


“Ireland Chronology Decoded: Mythology becomes History”


“2004 Obituaries From the News-Record & Sentinel, Marshall, N.C.”


“A Partial Listing of Rowan Memorial Park Cemetery Located in Franklin Township, Rowan County, N.C.”


“The Old North State: Newsletter of the N.C. Society Sons of the American Revolution”


“Colson’s Plantation: Cross Road in the American Revolution”


“Centennial History, N.C. Society Sons of the American Revolution, 1911-2011”


“Historical Sketches of Iredell County Prepared by Dr. Philip Fletcher Laugenour (1852-1916)”


“Family Bibles and Family Records from the files of the Genealogical Society of Iredell County and Other Sources”


“Notes on Bacteriology” by James W. Davis, Surgeon-in-Chief, Davis Hospital


“The Spot-Light: The Annual of Barium Springs High School, 1929”


“The Spot-Light: The Annual of Barium Springs High School, 1927”


“The Spot-Light: The Annual of Barium Springs High School, 1928”

“Countless Cousins: Jones-Pack-Burger”


“City of Statesville, N.C. January 1935: Specifications Proposal and Contract Forms for Water Works Improvements”


“Report of the Condition of the City Pumping Station & Electrical Light Plant, August 11, 1906 to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, Statesville, N.C”


“Abstracts of Wills of the State of South Carolina”


“Decision at Fayetteville: The N.C. Ratification Convention and General Assembly of 1789”


“Within the Plantation Household: Black and White Women of the Old South”


“Hillsborough and the Regulators”


“Virginia Cemeteries: A Guide to Resources”


“Marriage Bonds and Ministers’ Returns of Prince Edward County, Virginia, 1754-1810”


“Winchester in the Civil War”


“The History of the Oakdale Community Club Work: 1921-1971”


“Echoes of Glory: Arms and Equipment of the Confederacy”


“Silent Heroes: Lancaster County in the Civil War”


“The War for Southern Independence: The Sesquicentennial Edition”


“Navies of the American Revolution”


“Heritage of Stokes County”


“Navies of the American Revolution”


“Echoes of Glory: Arms and Equipment of the Confederacy”

“The History of the Oakdale Community Club Work: 1921-1971”


“The Bill of Rights and North Carolina: “There Ought To Be a Bill of Rights. North Carolina Enters a New Nation”


“The Circle: 1993 Yearbook Mitchell Community College”


“The Trail: 1989 Yearbook of Statesville High School”


“The Trail: 1993 Yearbook of Statesville High School”


“Destitute Patriots: Bertie County in the War of 1812”


“Legendary Locals of Mooresville”


“A Commemorative History of the N.C. Air National Guard: 1948-1998”


“Dagenhart: Descendants of Henry and Mary Polly”


“The Descendants of John Alexander”


“Alexander Family and Alexander County Notes”


“Scottish Highlands: Highland Clans and Regiments” 3 Vols.


“Doctors in Gray: The Confederate Medical Service”


“Up From Mt. Misery: The Blossoming of North Carolina’s Sandhills”


“Lee: R.E.”


“Don’t Know Much about the Civil War”


“1400 Days: The Civil War Day by Day”


“The Illustrated History of The Civil War: 1861-1865”


“The Civil War: An Aerial Portrait”


“Lexington and Rockbridge County (VA) in the Civil War”


“The Cherokees Past and Present”


“Carroll County, TN Deed Books A-B Nov. 1822 – June 1832 Vol. I”


“The Triplett Family”

“North Carolina WPA: Its Story”


“The Hi-Way: Troutman High School Class of 1926”


“Brookshire Lives: Brookshire Family History”


“The History of 253 N. Kelly Street and the Morris Family of Statesville”


“On Horseback: A Tour in Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee”


“Tales from Old Iredell County: Historical Mysteries, Legends, Murders, and Stories of the Unusual and Unique” by O.C. Stonestreet


“The Lower Shenandoah Valley in the Civil War”


“Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish in Virginia”


“Free African-Americans of N.C. and Virginia”


“Holland Family Genealogy”


“Weisner-Weesner and Allied Families”


“Iredell County, N.C. Deed Abstracts Books 8,9, and 10: 1883-1886”


“The Sequoyah Legacy”


“Abstracts of Lancaster County, Virginia, Wills: 1653-1800”


“The School of the Prophets: A Biographical Sketch of Three Remarkable Men”


“Zebulon B. Vance Letters”


“A Lasting Gift of Heritage: A History of the N.C. Society for the Preservation of Antiquities, 1939-1974”


“Remember Cleveland: My family when we moved to Cleveland” by Mary Jane Bollinger Ribelin


“Grassy Knob Baptist Church Cemetery List” by Diane Dowell


“Mother Masonic Lodges of Rowan County, N.C.” by Grady Hall


“Whitlock Family of Yadkin County and Descendants” by Sherman (Doretha Collins) Whitlock


“The History of Front Street Baptist Church, August 1911-August 2011” by Nancy R. Ivey


“Tracks Topic Index Volumes 1-35 (1979-2012)”


“A Glimpse of Jersey Cattle History in North Carolina and More” by William R. Lutz Jr.


“The Battle of Cowan’s Ford: General Davidson’s Stand on the Catawba River, and its place in N.C. History” by O.C. Stonestreet IV


“Preserving Local Writers, Genealogy, Photographs, Newspapers, and Related Materials”


“Civil War Courts-Martial of North Carolina Troops”


“The 1865 Stoneman’s Raid Ends”


“Blood and War at My Doorstep: North Carolina Civilians in the War Between the States, Vol. II”


“Preserving Local Writers, Genealogy, Photographs, Newspapers, and Related Materials”


“North Carolina Civil War Monuments: An Illustrated History”


“From the Flag to the Cross: Scenes and Incidents of Christianity in the Civil War”


“Greater than the Mountains Was He: The True Story of Johann Jacob Shook of Haywood County, North Carolina”


“Jamestown People to 1800: Landowners, Public Officials, Minorities, and Native Leaders”


“Marriages of Bute and Warren Counties, North Carolina 1764-1868”


“Marriages of Chatham County, N.C.: 1772-1868”


“Books to Bullets…In Defiance of Northern Propaganda: A History of the 46th North Carolina Infantry, CSA”


“Cherokee Genealogy Research”


“Pioneers of Davidson County, Tennessee”


“Daily Life in the United States: 1920-1940”


“Confederate Incognito: The Civil War Reports of “Long Grabs,” a.k.a. Murdoch John McSween, 25th and 35th North Carolina Infantry”

“Redcoats on the Cape Fear: The Revolutionary War in Southeastern North Carolina”


“They Called Iredell County Home: Interesting People Who Were Born or Lived in Iredell County, N.C.”


“Haunted Watauga County, North Carolina”


“The French & Indian War in North Carolina: The Spreading Flames of War”


“Salisbury: Images of America”


“Stuart’s Tarheels: James B. Gordon and His North Carolina Cavalry in the Civil War”


“The 36th Infantry United States Colored Troops in the Civil War: A History and Roster”


“Cape Fear Confederates: The 18th North Carolina Regiment in the Civil War”


“The Confederate Surrender at Greensboro: The Final Days of the Army of Tennessee, April 1865”


“Advanced Genealogy Research Techniques”


“Confederate Generals of North Carolina: Tar Heels in Command”


“The True Story of Tom Dooley: From Western North Carolina Mystery to Folk Legend”


“Radical Reform: Interracial Politics in Post-Emancipation North Carolina”


“Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl: Written by Herself”


“Troubled Ground:  A Tale of Murder, Lynching, and Reckoning in the New South”


“Instant Replay: 365 Days of North Carolina Sports Trivia”


“Rebels and King’s Men: Bertie County in the Revolutionary War”


“Fort Fisher to Elmira: The Fatal Journey of 518 Confederate Soldiers”


“Redcoats on the Cape Fear: The Revolutionary War in Southeastern North Carolina”


“Revolutionary Soldiers and Sailors from Lancaster County, VA: 1706-1792”


“Newberry County South Carolina Probate Estate Abstracts Vol. I”


“Civil War in the North Carolina Quaker Belt: The Confederate Campaign Against Peace Agitators, Deserters, and Draft Dodgers”

“”More Than Petticoats: Remarkable North Carolina Women”


“The Papers of Zebulon Baird Vance, Vol. 3, 1864-1865”


“North Carolina Troops 1861-1865 A Roster, Vol. XVIII: Senior Reserves Detailed Men”


“North Carolina Troops 1861-1865 A Roster, Vol. XIX: Miscellaneous Battalions and Companies”


“Native Americans in Early North Carolina: A Documentary History”


“Before They Were Heroes at Kings Mountain”


“In the Footsteps of Davy Crockett”


“In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone”


“Tracing Your Colonial American Ancestors” Periodical


“Tracing Your Eastern European Ancestors” Periodical


“Tracing Your Female Ancestors” Periodical


“Tracing Your Civil War Ancestors” Periodical


“Tracing Your Irish Ancestors” Periodical


“Tracing Your Ancestors Using Google” Periodical


“Tracing Your War of 1812 Ancestors” Periodical


“Carolina Charter of 1663, 350th Anniversary Poster”


“A Guide to the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail”


“More Dating Old Photographs: 1840-1929”


“Whippoorwill Academy Wilkes County, 1880”


“The World of My Childhood” (Memories of R.L. Isbell of growing up along the Yadkin River in the Happy Valley area of Caldwell County.)


“Gentleman” John Perkins” Includes Descendant Outlines of the Families: Kent, Suddreth, & Corpening.) He acted as a guide for Bishop Spangenburg in 1752.


“Andrew Hull Tuttle (1775-1845) His Ancestry and Descendants”


“Haney & Related Families”


“Abraham Estes’ Children: 1685-1865: A Novel of a Stalwart Family”


“In Search of Shortia: With Asa Gray in North Carolina 1879: Journal of a Pedestrain Tour from Connecticut to Ohio in 1810”


“Cornwallis’ Campaign: Wilmington to Yorktown”


“Wayne County, N.C. Cemeteries Book, Vol. II”


“Wayne County, N.C. Cemeteries Book, Vol. III”


“Wayne County, N.C. Cemeteries Book, Vol. IV”


“Searching for Lincoln amid the Rumors, Legends, and Lies”


“Miller’s Lenoir, N.C. City Directory, 1965-1966”


“Collettsville Historical Society Cemeteries: Updates through May, 2013” (Caldwell County, N.C.)


“The Most American Thing: A History of Education in Caldwell County, N.C.”


“Carolina Memories” by Helen Watts Coffin


“Black Slaves, Indian Masters: Slavery, Emancipation, and Citizenship in the Native American South”


“One Town, Many Voices: A History of Davidson, North Carolina”


“Heroes of Red, White & Blue: Wilkes County Veterans, Vol. III”


“Cherokee Inter-married White 1906, Vol. V”


“North Carolina Women: Their Lives and Times, Vol. I”


“Colonial North Carolina in The Eighteenth Century: A Study in Historical Geography”


“Some Old Obituaries of Cleveland County, N.C (Shelby Star 1929-1947”


“Dellinger Cemetery and Death Records (Cleveland County)”


“Sunset Cemetery, Shelby, Cleveland County, N.C. (Recorded in 1998)”

“Gaston County Heritage Vol. I”


“Chatham County, 1771-1971”


“Gravesites of Chatham County, N.C. Vol. I: A-J


“Gravesites of Chatham County, N.C. Vol. II: K-Z”


“The Tuscarora War: Indians, Settlers, and the Fight for the Carolina Colonies”


“The First American Declaration of Independence? The Disputed History of the Mecklenburg Declaration of May 20, 1775”


“Watauga County, North Carolina in the Civil War”


“Charlotte and the American Revolution: Reverend Alexander Craighead, the Mecklenburg Declaration & the Foothills Fight for Independence”


“Hidden History of Henderson County, N.C”


“Ashe County: Discovering the Lost Province”


“Alexander County Treasures: A History of Remarkable People and Precious Gems”


“An Illustrated Guide to Ghosts & Mysterious Occurrences in The Old North State”


“Makers of North Carolina History” Publication Date 1911


“The Service of Beauty: Discovering Art and Ethics in Jewish Worship”


“A History of the Atlantic, Tennessee, and Ohio Rail Road Company”


“The Elkin & Alleghany Railway Revisited”


“The Indigenous Population of the Southern Highlands: An Historical, Linguistic & Architectural Analysis”


“Crossties Through Carolina: The Story North Carolina’s Early Day Railroads”


“Higher Education in North Carolina” by William S. Powell


“The Children of Gilbert Caldwell & Sarah Harriet Walden Caldwell”


“Manuel – Caudle Family History”


“The Brewer Family of North Carolina, May 2013”

“Scroggs Graveyard”


“An Alphabetized Record of the Hair, Haire, Hare, Hayre Families Primarily Found in Iredell County, North Carolina and Related Families in Other Areas, Vol. I”


““An Alphabetized Record of the Hair, Haire, Hare, Hayre Families Primarily Found in Iredell County, North Carolina and Related Families in Other Areas, Vol. II”


“Iredell Museum of Arts and Heritage Scrapbook, April 1998 – August 2002”


“Aldermans in America”


“Another Such Victory: The Story of the American Defeat at Guilford Courthouse that Helped Win the War for Independence”


“Charles Weltons of Johnston County, N.C.: His Ancestors and Descendants Vol. V”


“Chronicles of Wilkes County, Georgia from Washington’s Newspapers, 1889-1898”


“Descendants of Valentine Hollingsworth”


“Early Records of Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1643-1725”


“Genealogical Abstracts from Tennessee Newspapers, 1821-1828”


“Genealogical Materials from Legal Notices in Early Georgia Newspapers”


“Harnett County Cemeteries, Vol. I”


“Historical Collections of Georgia: Containing the Most Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographic Sketches, Anecdotes, etc.”


“Kegley’s Virginia Frontier: The Beginning of the Southwest: the Roanoke of Colonial Days, 1740-1753”


“Marriages and Obituaries from Early Georgia Newspapers”


“Orange County, N.C. Court Minutes, Bk. V, 1794-1797”


“South Carolina Genealogical Research”


“St. Paul’s Parish Register: 1715-1798”


“Stokes County, N.C. Marriage Records, Vol. 1, Males 1783-1868”


“The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island”

“The Heritage of Vance County, N.C. Vol. I”


“The Three Forks of Muddy Creek, Vol. V, VI, VII, VIII, XIII, XIV”


“Vestry Book of Antrim Parish: Halifax County, Virginia 1752-1817”


“Vestry Book of King William Parish, Virginia, 1707-1750”


“Virginia Marriages in Rev. John Cameron’s Register and Bath Parish Registers”


“Virginia Revolutionary War Land Grant Claims: 1783-1850: Rejected”


“Will Book 1: 1752-1773, Halifax County, Virginia”


“Will Book 3: Amelia County, Virginia Wills 1771-1780”


“Will Book 2: Amelia County, Virginia Wills: 1761-1771”


“Will Book 1: Amelia County, Virginia Wills: 1735-1761 and Bonds 1735-1754”


“The Battle of Cowan’s Ford: General Davidson’s Stand on the Catawba River and its place in North Carolina History”


“The Battle of Colson’s Mill: Death Knell of the Carolina Tories”


“North Carolina Flood: July 14, 15, 16, 1916”


“Pisgah National Forest: A History”


“The Battle of Wyse Fork: North Carolina’s Neglected Civil War Engagement”


“A Quick and Bloody Affair: The Skirmish at Torrence’s Tavern”


“Vance County Heritage Vol. I”

“Kegley’s Virginia Frontier: The Beginning of the Southwest, The Roanoke of Colonial Days, 1740-1783”

“Charles Wellons of Johnston County, North Carolina: His Ancestors and Descendants”

“Harnett County Cemeteries Vol. I”

“Vestry Book of Antrim Parish, Halifax County, Virginia, 1752-1817”

“Orange County, N.C. Court Minutes, 1794-1797 Vol. V”

“Will Book O, 1752-1773, Halifax County, Virginia”

“Amelia County, Virginia Will Book 2, Wills 1771-1780”

“Amelia County, Virginia Will Book 2x, Wills 1761-1771”

“Amelia County, Virginia Will Book I, Wills 1735-1761 and Bonds 1735-1754”

“Stokes County, North Carolina Marriage Records, 1783-1868, Vol. I Males”

“Aldermans in America”

“Chronicles of Wilkes County, Georgia from Washington’s Newspapers 1889-1898”

“St. Paul’s Parish Register 1715-1798: Stafford—King George Counties”

“Another Such Victory: The Story of the American defeat at Guilford Courthouse that helped win the War of Independence”

“Virginia Marriages in Rev. John Cameron’s Register and Bath Parish Register”

“Genealogical Abstracts from Tennessee Newspapers, 1821-1828”

“Descendants of Valentine Hollingsworth, Sr.”

“Marriages and Obituaries from Early Georgia Newspapers”

“Genealogical Material from Legal Notices in Early Georgia Newspapers”

“Historical Collections of Georgia with Index Containing the Most Interesting Facts,

Traditions, Biographies, Sketches, Anecdotes, Etc.”

“Virginia Revolutionary War Land Grant Claims 1783-1850 (Rejected)

“South Carolina Research”

“Early Records of Lancaster Massachusetts, 1643-1725”

“Once Upon a Time … in Mooresville: Episodes in the History of a Southern Town”

“The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island”

“Charlotte: Murder, Mystery, and Mayhem”

“Shinnsville United Church of Christ: Honoring the Past…Building the Future”

“The Old Dominion in the Seventeenth Century: A Documentary History of Virginia, 1606-1689” by Warren M. Billings

“Record Depositories in Great Britain” by The Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts

“Tracing Your Irish Ancestors” by John Grenham

“The Year 1000: What Life Was Like at the Turn of the First Millennium” by Robert Lacey and Danny Danziger

“Tax List of Chester County, Pa. 1768”

“Sources for Irish Genealogy in the Library of the Society of Genealogists” by Anthony J. Camp

“London’s Bawdy Courts, Vol. I, 1703-1713” by Cliff Webb

“Poll Books c 1696-1872: A Directory To Holdings In Great Britain” by Jeremy Gibson and Colin Rogers

“Researching in Salt Lake City” by Nancy Ellen Carlberg

“American Naturalization Processes and Procedures 1790-1985” by John J. Newman

“Early American Home Remedies” by Elmer L. Smith

“The Rich Heritage of African Americans in North Carolina” by Dr. Jeffrey J. Crow

“Irish Records: Sources for Family and Local History” by James G. Ryan

“Irish Passenger Lists: 1847-1871” by Brian Mitchell

“Irish Relatives and Friends From “Information Wanted” Ads in the Irish-American, 1850-1871” by Laura Murphy DeGrazia and Diane Fitzpatrick Haberstroh

“Lost Kingdoms: Celtic Scotland and the Middle Ages” by John L. Roberts

“The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts” by David W. Holt

“The Three Forks of Muddy Creek, Vol.  Vlll” Forsyth County

 “The Three Forks of Muddy Creek, Vol.  Xlll” Forsyth County

“The Three Forks of Muddy Creek, Vol.  XIV” Forsyth County

“The Three Forks of Muddy Creek, Vol.  V” Forsyth County

“The Three Forks of Muddy Creek, Vol.  VI” Forsyth County

“The Three Forks of Muddy Creek, Vol.  VII” Forsyth County

“Washington County (Tenn.) Historical Association Speeches 1087-1988”

“The Descendants of Claiborne Howard Soldier of the American Revolution” by Gerald Wilson Cook

“Directory of the Heads of New England Families: 1620-1700” by Frank R. Holmes

“Over Their Dead Bodies: Yankee Epitaphs & History” by Thomas C. Mann and Janet Greene

“The History of Nantucket County, Island, and Town, Including Genealogies of First Settlers” by Alexander Searbuck

“The Broyles Family Ties: Vol. III” by John Kenneth Broyles, Sr.

“The Broyles Family Ties: Vol. V” by John Kenneth Broyles, Sr.

“Genealogical Account of The Family of Johnston Of That ILK, Formerly of Caskieben, in the Shire of Aberdeen, and of its Principal Branches” by Alexander Johnston, Junior.

“The Saura and Keyauwee in the Land That Became Guilford, Randolph, and Rockingham (N.C.)” by Ethel Stephens Arnett

“Vestry Book of King William Parish, Virginia 1707-1750”

“Yearbook of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution of North Carolina with the Proceedings of the Seventy-Sixth, State Conference, Winston-Salem, N.C., March 9,10,11, 1976”

“Trace Your Irish Ancestors” by Sean E. Quinn

“Ma & Pa’s Home Remedies for Entertainment and Historical Value” by Stony Point United Methodist Women

“National Society Colonial Daughters of the Seventeenth Century, Inc. Linage Book, 1896-1968”

“Lewisville (N.C.) Images of America”

“Shallow Ford Country” by G. Galloway Reynolds

“The Shallow Ford: A National Historic Site” by G. Galloway Reynolds

“St. Michael’s Lutheran Church Records, Iredell County, N.C. Vol. II”

“St. Michael’s Lutheran Church Records, Iredell County, N.C. 1850-1872”

“St. Michael’s Lutheran Church, Troutman Church Records, 1839-1847”

“Iredell County Cemetery Survey Records” WPA Survey

“The Western North Carolina Railroad, 1855-1894” by William Hutson Abrams, Jr.

“The Pathless Forest” by W.N. (Red) Watt

“Railroad Builders: The Dunavant Family of Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee” by C.H. Robertson

“Early Cotton Factories in North Carolina and Alexander County” by W.N. (Red) Watt

“Coleman Family of Mobjack Bay, Virginia, Vol. I” by Sherrianne Coleman Nicol

“Coleman Family of Mobjack Bay, Virginia, Vol. II” by Sherrianne Coleman Nicol

“Lynching in America: Confronting the Legacy of Racial Terror”

“Monroe and Conecuh County, Alabama Marriages, 1833-1880” by Dr. Lucy Wiggins Colson & Dr. Robert Ellis Colson

“Polk County N.C. Marriages, 1847-1868” by Blanche W. Culbreth

“The 1870 Federal Census and Supplementary Schedules of Stanly County, N.C.”

“The Historical Architecture of Cabarrus County, N.C.” by Peter R. Kaplan

“The Architectural Heritage of Gaston County, N.C.” by Kim Withers Brengle

“The “Unpainted Aristocracy” The Beach Cottages of Old Nags Head” by Catherine W. Bishir

“The War of the Regulation and The Battle of Alamance, May 16, 1771” by William S. Powell

“The Family of John Sharpe Revolutionary Soldier” by Mildred J. Miller

“A History of the Four Georges, Vol. I” by Justin McCarthy

“A History of the Four Georges, Vol. II” by Justin McCarthy

“The Great Monkey Trial” by L. Sprague de Camp

“The Leslie Family” by Sam J. Ervin, Jr.

“Exploring Your Cherokee Ancestry” by Thomas G. Mooney

“How to Write and Publish Your Family Book”

“John Paul Barringer (1721-1807) of Mecklenburg and Cabarrus, N.C” by Sheridan Reid Barringer

“A Guide to South Carolina Genealogical Research and Records” by Brent Howard Holcomb

“A Chronology of Moses & Isabel Shelby and Their Sons” by Johnnie Mullinax Johnson

“The Lost State of Franklin: America’s First Secession” by Kevin T. Barksdale

“The Freedmen’s Bureau in South Carolina” by Martin Abbott

“Weavers of Dreams (Cannon Mills Kannapolis)” by Paul R. Kearns

“A History of Cabarrus County in the Wars”

“A Sense of Heritage: A Pictorial History of the Thermal Belt Area (Polk County)”

“An Historical Sketch of Olde Concord, 1796-1860” by Clarence E. Horton, Jr.

“Hendersonville, Henderson County: A Pictorial History” by Jody Barber and Louis Bailey

“Sweet Union”: An Architectural and Historical Survey of Union County, N.C.” by Suzanne S. Pickens

“Stanley County: The Architectural Legacy of a Rural North Carolina County”

“A Partial History of Henderson County” by James T. Fain, Jr.

“Virginia Genealogical Research” by George K. Schweitzer

“Pennsylvania Genealogical Research” by George K. Schweitzer

“North Carolina Spectator and Western Advertiser (1830-1835) Rutherford County, N.C. Abstracts” by Helen Mason Lu and Gwen Blomquist Neumann

“The Stover/Stauffer Connection” by Raymond M. Stover

“More What Did They Mean By That: A Dictionary of Historical and Genealogical Terms Old and New” by Paul Drake

“Genealogy and History of the Clay Family” by Hiland H. Clay

“The Clay Family: The Mother of Henry Clay” by Zachary F. Smith

“The Genealogy of the Clays” by Mary Rogers Clay

“Bridges to the Past Vol. I & II 1969-1978” Roy Brooks and Mrs. Ernest Newton

“Exploring your Cherokee Ancestry: A Basic Genealogical Research Guide” by Thomas G. Mooney

“How to Write and Publish Your Family Book”

“John Paul Barringer (1721-1807) of Mecklenburg and Cabarrus, N.C.” by Sheridan Reid Barringer

“A Guide to South Carolina Genealogical Research and Records” by Brent H. Holcomb

“A Chronology of Moses & Isabel Shelby and Their Sons” by Johnnie Mullinax Johnson

“Iredell County Slave Records from the Iredell County Register of Deeds Office”

“Benson Genealogy (2015 Edition) Cabarrus, Davie, Iredell and Rowan Counties of N.C.”

“History of the Clanton Family of Virginia and North Carolina: Surry, Iredell, Wilkes and Alexander Counties” by Irene Clanton Black

“History of Joseph Sharpe A Revolutionary Soldier” by James H. Sharpe, Jr.

“A History of Major Amos Sharpe Iredell County, N.C.” by Mildred J. Miller

“Barker Family Album” by Ann Barker Scruggs

“Archie Preston Sprinkle and Martha Lula Sprinkle Family” by Agnes Diane Sprinkle Dowell

“Clay Lineage Record”

“Ground-Penetrating Radar Survey to Prospect for Burials in the Snow Creek Cemetery”

“Bloody Angle” (Fiction Book on Gettysburg) by Lawrence Lohr

“Descendants of Johann Wilhelm Paulas (1721-1785) and Ana Barbara” by Bernard W. (Bill) Cruse, Jr.

“We Eudy’s” by Charles M. Eudy”

“Alabama Portraits Prior to 1870”

“An Intermediate Short, Short Course in the Use of Some North Carolina Records in Genealogical Research” by Margaret M. Hofmann

“A True History of Company I, 49th Regiment, North Carolina Troops, In the Great Civil War, Between the North and South” by W.A. Day

“The Short, Short Course in the Use of North Carolina’s Early County-Level Records in Genealogical Research” by Margaret M. Hofmann

“Genealogy of the Kings of France and their Wives” by Claude Wenzler

“Early Medicine in Cabarrus” (County, N.C.) by Eugenia W. Lore

“Goettfried Uhde and his Descendants: A History of the Eudy’s of Cabarrus County and Stanly County, N.C.” by William Ashley Hinson I

“A History of Burley Tobacco in East Tennessee & Western North Carolina” by Billy Yeargin with Christopher Bickers

“Creating and Contesting Carolina: Proprietary Era Histories” Edited by Michelle LeMaster and Bradford J. Wood

“History of Fort Ocracoke in Pamlico Sound” by Robert K. Smith

“The Capitals of the Confederacy: A History” by Michael C. Hardy

“Historical Dictionary of Librarianship” by Mary Ellen Quinn

“African American Army Officers of World War I: A Vanguard of Equality in War and Beyond” by Adam P. Wilson

“A Brief History of Hiddenite Baptist Church” Elizabeth Gwaltney Childers

“Abernethy Memorial United Methodist Church” (Rutherford College, N.C.) by Hortence H. Rutherford”

“History of Concord Church, Iredell County, N.C. 1775-1913” by S.W. Stevenson

“Dober Baptist Church, Taylorsville, N.C.”

“Pennsylvania Schuylkill County” 

“The Family Tree Historical Maps Book Europe: A Country-by-Country Atlas of European History 1700s-1900s” by Allison Dolan

“My Life As A Train: Food for Your Soul Biscuit # 110” by Ethel L. Sloan with Kimberley L. Sloan

“A Brief History of Black Schools and Churches of Iredell County from 1923-1973” by the Harmony Junior Historians

“General Society of the War of 1812 Bicentennial Yearbook, 2013”

“Learning to Win: Sports, Education, and Social Change in Twentieth-Century North Carolina” by Pamela Grundy

“Songs and Ballads of the American Revolution with Notes and Illustrations (1856) by Frank Moore

“The American Indian in North Carolina” by Douglas L. Rights

“Salisbury Civil War Death Camp in North Carolina” by Richard Masterson

“Boomtown USA: The 7 ½ Keys to Big Success In Small Towns” by Jack Schultz

“Party Politics in North Carolina 1835-1860” by J.G. de Roulhac Hamilton

“We Can Hear the Yankee Drums Beating: Sim Carrington and the Bloody 6th North Carolina” by Norman Carrington Schipke

“Iredell County, North Carolina Road Records (1855-1900) by Stewart E. Dunaway

“The Most Democratic Sport: Basketball and Culture in the Central Piedmont 1893-1994” by Pamela Grundy

“An Album of Memories: The Presbyterian Orphans’ Home at Barium Springs, North Carolina”

“North Carolina Aviatrix: Viola Gentry The Flying Cashier” by Jennifer Bean Bower

“North Carolina Portraits of Faith: A Pictorial History of Religions” by Anne Russell and Marjorie Megivern with Kevin Coughlin

“Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, and Redemption at Stonewell Jackson” by S.C. Gwynne

“An Early History of Statesville High School and the Athletic Teams” by W.N. “Red” Watt

“Abstracts of Deeds of Cumberland County, N.C. Vol. I, Books 1-3, 1754-1770”

“Abstracts of Deeds of Cumberland County, N.C. Vol. II, Books 4-7, 1770-1785”

“Archaeology at Colonial Brunswick” by Stanley South

“Experience North Carolina: 416 Facts” by Debra Odonnell

“North Carolina Slaves, 1826-1865: Articles and Advertisements in the Greensboro Patriot Newspaper” by Bradley R. Foley

“Entering North Carolina: Set Clocks Back 100 Years” by Jim Leutze

“George Stoneman’s 1865 Raid Through Patrick, Henry, and Surry Counties, in North Carolina and Virginia” by Thomas D. Perry

“Rebels Against the Confederacy North Carolina Unionists” by Barton A. Myers

“General Joseph Graham and His Papers on North Carolina Revolutionary History; with Appendix” by William A. Graham

“Shattering the Glass: The Remarkable History of Women’s Basketball” by Pamela Grundy and Susan Shackelford

“Reminiscences of the Guilford Grays, Co. B., 27th Regiment” by John A. Sloan

“Compilation of Water-Resources Data and Hydrogeologic Setting for the Allison Wood Research Station in Iredell County, North Carolina, 2005-2008” by Brad A. Huffman and Joju Abraham

“Letters Home: The Civil War Correspondence of Lieutenant Colonel Alexander C. McAlister, 46th North Carolina Regiment” by Bradley R. Foley

“The Flaming Ship of Ocracoke and Other Tales of the Outer Banks” by Charles Harry Whedbee

“Richard Gatlin and the Confederate Defense of Eastern North Carolina” by James L. Gaddis Jr.

“Guilford County and the Civil War” by Carol Moore

“Calamity in Carolina: The Battles of Averasboro and Bentonville, March 1865” by Daniel T. Davis and Phillip S. Greenwalt

“When Tobacco Was King: Families, Farm Labor, and Federal Policy in the Piedmont” by Evan P. Bennett

“North Carolina Rivers: Facts, Legends, and Lore” by John Hairr


“35th North Carolina Infantry”


 “Service Record Book of Men and Women of Alexander County World War I and II Veterans”


“Civil War Letters of George D. Sherrill, Co. F, 26th Regiment N.C. Troops”


“Learning to Win: Sports, Education, and Social Change in Twentieth Century, North Carolina” by Pamela Grundy


“Gone Pro North Carolina Tar Heel Stars who Became Pros” by Tim W. Jackson


“The Family Tree Guidebook to Europe: Your Essential Guide to Trace Your Genealogy in Europe”


“The Family Tree Historical Maps Book: A State by State Atlas of U.S. History, 1790-1900” by Allison Dolan


“Some Descendants of William Brown of Norwood’s Creek of the Catawba River, N.C.” by Donnadeane D. Depew


“Chronology of North Carolina, Showing When the Most Remarkable Events Connected” by D.K. Bennett


“The Descendants of Captain Edmund Sams of Buncombe County, N.C.” by Dawn Jiles-McCall


“Brief Sketches of the North Carolina State Troops in the War Between the States: Sketches Include First, Second, Third, Fourth, Sixth, Seventh, Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Nineteenth, Twentieth, Twenty-Eight, Twenty, Ninth, Thirtieth,” by James C. Birdsong, Ex-State Librarian


“Descendants of John Cox” by C.S. Williams


“New Leaves on Old Branches: A Supplement to Leaves on the Tree, The Bone, McGuire, and Dobbins Families” by Jack T. Hutchinson


“Collection of Templeton Newspaper Clippings, Iredell County, N.C.” by Eva S. Templeton


“The Privetts 1663-1994: Albemarle (Chowan) Wake, Iredell, and Wilkes Counties, N.C.” by William H. Privette


“The Genealogist’s U.S. History Pocket Reference: Quick Facts & Timelines of American History” by Nancy Hendrickson


“Martyr of Loray Mill: Ella May and the 1929 Textile Worker’s Strike in Gastonia, North Carolina” by Kristina Horton


“Race and Education in North Carolina: From Segregation to Desegregation” by John E. Batchelor


“Unofficial Guide to FamilySearch.org: How to find your family history on the World’s Largest Free Genealogy Website” by Dana McCullough


“Nothing Finer: North Carolina’s Sports History and the People Who Made It” by Wilt Browning


“North Carolina Civil War Obituaries, Regiments 1-46: A Collection of Tributes to the War Dead and Veterans” by E.B. Munson


“Genealogy: A Practical Guide for Librarians” by Katherine Pennavaria


“1930 Census Johnson County, Tennessee, Vol. I” by Herman Tester

“1930 Census Johnson County, Tennessee, Vol. II, by Herman Tester


“Guilford Under the Stars and Bars: Guilford County’s role in the War for Southern Independence 1861-1865” by C. Michael Briggs


“Lincoln Letters: Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865, King, Austin Augustus, 1802-1870”


“Macaulay’s Speeches on Copyright and Lincoln’s Address at Cooper Union: Macaulay, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Baron, 1800-1859”


“Out of the Mouth of Hell: Civil War Prisons and Escapes” by Frances H. Casstevens


“The Old North State at War: The North Carolina Civil War Atlas” by Mark Anderson Moore


“Johnson County Tennessee Death Record Abstracts: 1908-1941”


“Caldwell County Lenoir News-Topic Centennial Edition Sept. 12, 1941”


“The Stories of Berry Hill as Gleaned from Family Letters and Records” by Peter W. Hairston


“Family History of William Franklin Miller: September 25, 1844-September 24, 1925, Davidson County, N.C.” by J. Glenn Morris, Sr.


“The Land of Oz” by Tim Hollis


“Cherokee Reference Grammar” by Brad Montgomery-Anderson


“Front Porch Stories, Back Porch Bathrooms, Alexander, Davie, Iredell, Rowan, and Yadkin Counties: A Treasury of 20th Century Memories” by Hometown Memories Publishing Company


“Leap Before You Look: Black Mountain College, 1933-1957” by Helen Molesworth


“Lock Stock & Barrel: Familiar Sayings and their Meanings”


“Smyth County, VA, Wills: Will Book A 1832-1844 & Will Book 1 1838-1898” by James L. Douthat


“History of the Crispe Family” by B.J. Cigrand


“Descendants of Pocahontas of Virginia and North Carolina” by Dawn D. Boyer,


“The American Census: A Social History” by Margo J. Anderson


“Tar Heels, North Carolina’s Forgotten Economy: Pitch, Tar, Turpentine & Longleaf Pines” by Kent Wrench


“Reconstruction’s Ragged Edge: The Politics of Postwar Life in the Southern Mountains” by Steven E. Nash


“Cuttin’ the Corners: Baseball’s Lightest Moments” by Tex Millard


“Driven from Home: North Carolina’s Civil War Refugee Crisis” David Silkenat


“Alexander Railroad Company Junebug Line” Matthew C. Bumgarner


“Origin of the Brown Mountain Light In North Carolina” George Mansfield


“History of Johnson County, Tenn. 2015, Vol. III”


“Reminiscences: William Clark Patterson, 33rd N.C. Infantry. Co. K. Life in Statesville”


“The Family of Lipscomb Ragland Tuck and Mary A. Holman, Iredell County, N.C.”


“Tax Lists and Related Documents Old Burke County, N.C. 1760-1839 & 1864: Volume I, 1760-1814” By Betsy Dodd Pittman and Margaret Collins Richards


“Tax Lists and Related Documents Old Burke County, N.C. 1760-1839 & 1864: Volume II, 1815-1827” By Betsy Dodd Pittman and Margaret Collins Richards


“Tax Lists and Related Documents Old Burke County, N.C. 1760-1839 & 1864: Volume III, 1828-1839 & 1864, Index” By Betsy Dodd Pittman and Margaret Collins Richards

“Tax Lists and Related Documents Old Burke County, N.C. 1760-1839 & 1864: Volume I, 1760-1814” By Betsy Dodd Pittman and Margaret Collins Richards


“North Carolina Governor Richard Caswell: Founding Father and Revolutionary Hero” by Joe A. Mobley


“Curse of the Wampus, and Other Short Spooky Stories of Piedmont North Carolina” by O.C. Stonestreet IV


“Early Iredell County Marriages Performed by Moses Alexander, JP.”


“”Deal: Sad Smuggling Town” by Gregory Holyoake


“The McHargue Family” by Glynis McHargue Patterson


“Statesville North Carolina City Directory 1968”


“Mooresville North Carolina City Directory 1968”


"Overcoming Great Odds: The Life of William Tillertt Watt (and Overlook's Ghosts)" by Clinton F. Cross.

""I Always Led, Now I Realize I Live the American Dream" by Eddie Lee Wike, (Alexander County native). 

"A Cloer Family History" by Rebecca M. West

"Our Vanishing Americana: A North Carolina Portrait" by Mike Lassiter

“First Families of Alexander County, North Carolina” by William E. White

“The Battle of Roanoke Island: Burnside and the Fight for North Carolina” by Michael P. Zatarga


“Unofficial Ancestry.com Workbook” by Nancy Hendrickson


“Slave Escapes & the Underground Railroad in North Carolina” by Steve M. Miller and J. Timothy Allen


“No Greater Love: The Groucho Marx Battle” by Marion F. Sturkey


“Encyclopedia of Local History” by Amy H. Wilson


“Battles of the Carolinas and Our Ancestral Veterans” by Dennis C. Martin, Cynthia Y. Whited, and Tonya M. Rogers


“Mountain Memoirs: An Ashe County Anthology” by Chris Arvidson, Scot Pope, and Julie E. Townsend


“Catawba Nation: Treasures in History” by Thomas J. Blumer


“The Catawba Indian Nation of the Carolinas” by Thomas Blumer


“Civil War Stories from Mount Airy and Surry County” by Thomas D. Perry


“Rabbit In the Brier Patch” by Ethel L. Sloan with Kimberley L. Sloan


“Tracing Your Northern Irish Ancestors: A Guide for Family Historians” by Ian Maxwell


“Tracing Your Ancestors’ Parish Records: A Guide for Family and Local Historians” Stuart A. Raymond


“Tracing Your Ancestors from 1066 to 1837: A Guide for Family and Local Historians” by Jonathan Oates


“Tracing Your Army Ancestors: A Guide for Family Historians” by Simon Fowler


“Wilkes County, North Carolina Estate Records 1777-1945” by Mrs. Robert T. Allen


“North Carolina and the Great War 1914-1918” by Jessica A. Bandel


“A Nutshell History of North Carolina” by Ben Fortson


“Tracing Your Welsh Ancestors: A Guide For Family Historians” by Beryl Evans


“The 21st N.C. Infantry, A Civil War History with a Roster of Officers” by Lee W. Sherrill, Jr.


“From Time to Time in North Carolina” by Randell Jones


“Wilkes County Church Records & Minutes” by Wilkes County Genealogical Society


“Faith Butterflies and Blessings: Poems and Short Stories by Anna Barker Loudermilk”


“Evidence! Citation & Analysis for the Family Historian” by Elizabeth Shown Mills


“Two Generations on the Allegheny Portage Railroad: The First Railroad to Cross the Allegheny Mountains” by Chris J. Lewie


“English Surnames Their Sources and Significations” by Charles Wareing Bardsley


“Exploring The Piedmont of North Carolina” by Jane and Cindy Corey


“The Allegheny Old Portage Railroad: 1834-1854: Building, Operation and Travel between Hollidaysburg, and Johnstown, Pennsylvania” by Mahlon J. Baumgardner and Floyd G. Hoenstine.


“Sylvester Welch’s Report on the Allegheny Portage Railroad” by William H. Shank.


“North Carolina’s Wild Piedmont: A Natural History” by Adam Morgan


“Civil War Letters of William Tillett Watt” by Clinton F. Cross


“Our Foster Family Heritage Vol. I, Part I” by Kathye Snyder-Knight


“Our Foster Family Heritage Vol. I, Part II” by Kathye Snyder-Knight


“Soulsbyville Cultural Resources Inventory, Tuolumne County, California” by Judith Marvin


“Revolutionary Soldiers and Patriots from the County of Iredell, North Carolina” by C. Donald Stevenson, Jr.


“Statesville Record and Landmark Obituary Index: 2000-2010”


“Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl” by Harriet Jacobs


“Cherokee: Images of America” by M. Anna Fariello


“The Tobacco State League: A North Carolina Baseball History” by Chris Holaday


“North Carolina Transportation Museum” by Alan Coleman


“Outer Banks Shipwrecks: Graveyard of the Atlantic” by Mary Ellen Riddle


“U-Boats off the Outer Banks: Shadows in the Moonlight” by Jim Bunch


“African American Hospitals in North Carolina: 39 Institutional Histories, 1880-1967” by Phoebe Ann Pollitt


“Cursed In The Carolinas: Stories of the Damned” by Patty A. Wilson


“The Brown Mountain Lights: History, Science and Human Nature Explain an Appalachian Mystery” by Wade Edward Speer


“North Carolina County Government: Its History, Organization, Activities” by John Alexander McMahon


“The 30th North Carolina Infantry in the Civil War” by William Thomas Venner


“The Yankee Plague: Escaped Union Prisoners and the Collapse of the Confederacy” by Lorien Foote


“The Family Tree Historical Newspapers Guide: How to Find Your Ancestors in Archived Newspapers” by James M. Beidler


“Slavery in Wilkes County, N.C.” by Larry J. Griffin


“The Waldenses in the New World” by George B. Watts


“Gateway to the Atlantic World: Cape Lookout National Seashore Historic Resource Study” by David E. Whisnant, and Anne Mitchell Whisnant


“North Carolina in the American Revolution: A Source Guide for Genealogists and Historians” by Eric G. Grundset


“You Are My Witnesses: The Waldensians Across 800 Years” by Giorgio Tourn


“A Hospital for Ashe County: Four Generations of Appalachian Community Health Care” by Janet C. Pittard


“Joseph Pearson Caldwell” by H.E.C. (Red Buck) Bryant


“History of the Yoder Family in North Carolina” by Fred R. Yoder


“1860 Slave Schedule Catawba County, N.C.” by William Montgomery Lentz, Jr.


“Carolina Arcadia: The Story of Sparkling Catawba Springs” by Gary R. Freeze


“A History of the Waldenses” by Reverend John Pons


“She Is Not Yet Finished: A History of Newton, N.C.” by Gary R. Freeze


“The Catawbans: Boomers & Bypasses” Vol. III, by Gary R. Freeze


“My Experiences in World War II” by William N. “Red” Watt


“Surry County, N.C. County Records: Road, Bridge, Ferry, Mill Petitions & Tavern Bond 1772-1839” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Land Confiscation Records of N.C. Vol. 3: 1779-1803” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Land Confiscation Records of N.C. Vol. 2: 1779-1803” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Catawba County North Carolina Road Records (1874-1911) Bridge Records (1869-1896)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Catawba County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records (1864-1906)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Granville County, N.C. Granville Grants, Vol. 2 (Surname H-M)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Granville County, N.C. Granville Grants, Vol. 1 (Surname H-M)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Hillsborough N.C. History of Town Lots: The Complete Reference Guide” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Burke County N.C. Road Records Vol. 3: (1840-1897) (Undated) by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Burke County N.C. Road Records Vol. 2: (1820-1839) by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Burke County N.C. Road Records Vol. 1: (1787-1819) by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Edgecombe County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records (1742-1913) by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Wilkes County, N.C. Road Records (1776-1853) by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Yadkin County, N.C. Road and Bridge Records (1854-1922)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Orange County, N.C. Lost Deed Records (1752-1769)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Ashe County, N.C. Road Records (1827-1915) Bridge Records (1912-1916) Mill Record (1812)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Henderson County, N.C. Road Records (1842-1884) Mill Records (1859-1868)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Davie County, N.C. Road Records (1837-1904) Bridge Records (1838-1896) Ferry Records (1848-1909)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Granville County, N.C. Ordinary Records (1748-1838)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Granville County, N.C. Granville Grants Vol. 3 (Surname N-Z)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Lincoln County, N.C. Road Records (1781-1822) Bridge Records (1831-1868)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Lincoln County, N.C. Road Records Vol. 2 (1823-1832)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Lincoln County, N.C. Road Records Vol. 3 (1833-1869)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Mitchell County, N.C. Road Records (1886-1914)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Salisbury District Superior Court Ejectments (and other land records) (1753-1809)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Rockingham County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records 1789-1926” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Guilford County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records Vol. 1, 1784-1959” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Guilford County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records Vol. 2, 1784-1959” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Land Grant Entry Book Guilford County N.C. (1779-1795)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Road, Bridge, and Ferry History of N.C.: An 18th and early 19th Century Historical Review” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Alleghany County N.C. Road Records Vol. 2 (1861-1910)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Alleghany County, N.C. Road Records Vol. 1 (1861-1910)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“North Carolina Tavern Bonds (Ordinary) 1755-1874 (Vol. 1) Orange, Rowan, Chatham, Surry, Bute, Randolph, Carteret, Onslow, Hyde, Mecklenburg, and Guilford Co.” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“North Carolina Tavern Bonds (Ordinary) 1742-1867 (Vol. 2) Duplin, Franklin, Johnson, Nash, Northampton, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Tyrrell, Wayne, and Wilkes Co.” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Davidson County, N.C. Vol. 2 Road and Bridge Records (1841-1906) by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Davidson County, N.C. Vol. 1, Road Records (1823-1840) Bridge Records (1824-1929) Ferry Records (1843-1902)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Mecklenburg County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records Vol. 1 (1767-1953)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Alexander County, N.C. Road Records (1863-1910) Mill Records (1873-1888)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Rowan County N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records (1753-1921)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Rowan County, N.C. CRX, Road Records (1784-1822) and Bridge Records (1813-1868)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Gaston County, N.C. Road Records (1859-1909) Bridge Records (1874-1900) Mill Records (1865, 1904)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Watauga County, N.C. Road Records Vol. 2 (1885-1940)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Watauga County, N.C. Road Records (1867-1884)” by Stewart E. Dunaway

“Mecklenburg County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records Vol. 2 (1767-1953)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Caldwell County, N.C. Road Records (1838-1894) Mill Records (1841-42, 1877)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Eutaw Springs: The Final Battle of the American Revolution’s Southern Campaign” by Robert M. Dunkerly and Irene B. Boland


“Wounded Homecoming: The Uphill Journey of Wounded Veterans From Battlefield to Homefront” by John Gallina and Dale Beatty


“Notes on the Movement of the 14th N.C. Regiment” by Thomas J. Watkins


“Kirk’s Civil War Raids Along the Blue Ridge” by Michael C. Hardy


“The American Revolution In North Carolina: An Exhaustive Reference of the Piedmont, Hart’s Mill, Pyle’s Defeat, Clapp’s Mill, Weitzel’s Mill, New Garden” by Jeffery G. Bright and Stewart E. Dunaway


“William Churton Colonial Surveyor of North Carolina (1711-1768): His Life History” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Life and Times of Edmund Fanning (1739-1818), Hillsborough, N.C. – and beyond” by Stewart E. Dunaway


‘Lord John Carteret, Earl Granville: Family History and the Granville Grants in N.C.” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Confiscation Act & Pardon and Oblivion Act: A Complete History (1776-1812)” Stewart E. Dunaway


“Clapp’s Mill: The Battle on Foust’s Plantation: March 2, 1781” by Jeffrey G. Bright and Stewart E. Dunaway


“Hiddenite Baptist Church, Hiddenite, N.C. 28636: 2017 Directory Brothers and Sisters in Christ”


“World War II Memories of James G. Morrison, Jr.” By James G. Morrison, Jr.


“Crater Family History” by John William Horn, Jr.


“Statesville Historic Districts Development Guidelines”


“Brick Church Records” (Guilford County) by Rev. D.I. Offman


“Davie County In the Spanish-American War” by Marie Benge Craig Roth


“Davie County in World War One” by Marie Benge Craig Roth


“The Jurney Family Connection with the Tom Dula Hanging by Mary Frances Martin as told to Charlotte Corbin Barnes”


“The Most Accurate, In-depth, Document-Based Historical Account of George Plott, his Beloved Wife Margaret Their Five Sons and Four Daughters Credited for the State Dog of N.C. The Plott Hound” by Cynthia Plott-Duke and Leora Loesch-Plott


“Davie County Veterans’ Memorial” by Marie Benge Craig Roth


“The Emerald And Hiddenite Mining Company Prospectus Charter And By-Laws” 1882


“The Life and Letters of Christopher Houston” by Gertrude Dixon Enfield


“History of the 69th N.C.” by Byron Teater


“A Journal Written by Francis Marion Wilcox” by Frances Marion Wilcox


“North Carolina 1771 First Battle of the American Revolution: 1776 Tragedy of the Highland Scots” by Peter R. Johnston


“A Trip to the Gallows in East Tennessee” by Dr. John McElhaney


“Avery County Place Names” by Michael C. Hardy


“There’s Copper in Them Thar Hills! Copper Mining in Watauga, Ashe and Alleghany Counties of N.C.” by Doug McGuinn


“Families, Friends, and Felons Growing Up in the Avery County Jail” by Jimmie Daniels and Michael C. Hardy


“Historical Sketch and Roster of the N.C. 15th Infantry Regiment” by John C. Rigdon


“North Carolina Remembers Chancellorsville: A Collection of First-Hand Accounts Written by N.C. Soldiers” by Michael C. Hardy


“Tennessee Confederate Pensions” by Arthur Wyllie


“Historical Sketch and Roster of the N.C. 10th Heavy Artillery Battalion” by John C. Rigdon


“Upon a Lonely Hill” by Jeffrey L. Carrier


“These Hallowed Grounds: Surveys of Selected Cemeteries of Stanly County, N.C. and the Surrounding Area” by Stanly County Genealogical Society


“1790 Surry County, N.C. Tax List” by Jeffrey C. Weaver


“County Court Records 1779-1794 Rutherford County, N.C.” by James Alan Williams


“Richard Caswell Miller Family of Rowan and Montgomery/Stanly Counties


“The History of Sugar Grove Baptist Church 1852-2002” by Linda Tester Hollaway


“Robertson County, N.C. Road Records (1835-1924) Bridge Records (1833-1897) Mill Records (1835-1863)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Richmond County, N.C. Road & Bridge Records (1850-1909 & Undated) Vol. 3”


“Richmond County, N.C. Road Records (1827-1849) Vol. 2”


“Warren County N.C. Road Records (1792-1882)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Warren County N.C. Bridge Records (1800-1887) and Mill Records (1772-1872)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Wake County, N.C. Divorce Records 1831-1952 Surnames A-M” by Wake County Genealogical Society, Inc.


“History of Grist Mills in N.C. Vol. 5: Including County Records Richmond, Warren, Wayne, Wilkes, Wilson, and Craven” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Apprentice Bonds 1770-1860, 1872-1903” by Wake County Genealogical Society


“Wilkes County, N.C. Pleas & Quarter Sessions Court Minutes, 1821 – 1827” by John A. McGeachy


“Wilkes County Bits and Pieces” by Fay Byrd


“The Carolina Mountains” by Margaret Morley


“Anson County, N.C. County Soil Map Atlas” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Randolph County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records 1782-1929” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Randolph County, N.C. Ejectments Vol. 1 1792-1844” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Third Creek Church Families of Rowan County, N.C. Vol. 1 – A-D Charts: [Burke, Burroughs, Carson, Clendenin, Cowan, Dickey & Dismukes Families]” by S. David Carriker, D. Min.


“Madison County, N.C. Road Records (1854-1937) Mill Record (1869) Ferry Record (1900)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Montgomery County, N.C. Road Records (1843-1926) Bridge Records (1850-1924) Ferry Records (1866-1886) and Mill Records (1848-1884)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Buncombe County N.C. Road Records (1838-1889)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Chatham County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records Volume-1 (1788-1938)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Edgecombe County, N.C. Road Records (1765-1849)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Macon County N.C. Road Records Vol. 1, 1829-1840” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Companion Book for 1930 Johnson County Census” by Herman Tester


“Anson County, N.C. Road Records (1855, 1871, 1903) Mill Records (1868-69, 1888)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Avery County Heritage Volume IX: Avery County Obituaries to 1950” by Michael C. Hardy


“Bladen County, N.C. Road and Ferry Records (1896-1955)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“1930 Census Carter County, Tennessee” by Herman Tester


“Surry County N.C. Tax Lists 1820” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County N.C. Tax Lists 1819” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Stokes County N.C. Tax Lists 1799” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Stokes County N.C. Tax Lists 1798” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County, N.C. Abstracts of Births, Deaths, Marriages and Other Items of Interest from Mount Airy, N.C. Newspapers 1872-1895” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County, N.C. Tax Lists: Land Sold, Land To Be Sold, Delinquent Tax Payers, List of Quaker Men – 1780, 1820-1893” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County N.C. Tax Lists 1826” by Iris Moseley Harvey

“Surry County N.C. Loose Tax Lists 1823, 1824, 1825” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County N.C. Tax Lists 1822” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County N.C. Tax Lists 1821” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Watauga: An Unusual History of the Watauga, Tennessee Area, The Birthplace of Democracy In The World As We Know It Today” by Howard N. Campbell


“The American Negro Soldier With the Red Hand of France” by Monroe Mason


“Torchbearers of Democracy: African American Soldiers in the World War I Era” by Chad L. Williams


“A Family History of Clawson Who Lived in Meat Camp, N.C. Plus the Related Families of Tatum, Brown, & Green” by Bobbie Cole


“History of Washington County Tennessee 1988” by The Watauga Association of Genealogists


“Genealogy of Shadrack Barnes of Rowan County, N.C. A Soldier in the Revolutionary War” by Col. Pinckney G. McElwee


“Johnson County, Tennessee, Bible & Tombstone Records” WPA Records


“Men of Color In The First World War” by Robert J. Dalessandro & Gerald Torrence


History of the North Carolina Railroad” by Rufus Barringer


“They Came from Germany, Aboard the THISTLE” by Rev. James R. Hawk


“Carter County, Tennessee Marriage Records: 1796-1870” by Golden Fillers Burgner


“The Unknown Soldiers: African-American Troops in World War I” by Arthur E. Barbeau & Florette Henri


“A History of Mount Airy, N.C. Commissioners’ Meetings: 1885-1895” by Dean W. Brown


“Carter County, Tennessee Minutes of the County Court: 1826-1829” by WPA


“The LOPSIDED THREE: A History of Railroading, Logging & Mining In The Holston, Doe & Watauga Valleys of Northeast Tennessee” by Doug McGuinn


“Abstracts of Carteret County, North Carolina, Deeds 1713-1759 Books A-F” by John A. Brayton


“Under Fire With the 370th Infantry (8th I. N.G.) A.E.F.; Memoirs of the World War” by William S. Braddan


“Marriage Records of Johnson County, Tennessee: 1796-1880, Vols. I – II” by Georgia Marie Johnson and Della Hawkins


“Ashe County, N.C. Marriage Abstracts: 1801-1879” by John Vogt


“The Civil War in the Smokies” by Noel Fisher


“Eighty-Four: Davis Hospital School of Nursing, Statesville, N.C. 1920-1984, “The Final Chapter”.


“Third Creek Church Families of Rowan County, N.C. Vol. 1 – A-D Charts: [Burke, Burroughs, Carson, Clendenin, Cowan, Dickey & Dismukes Families]” by S. David Carriker, D. Min.


“Madison County, N.C. Road Records (1854-1937) Mill Record (1869) Ferry Record (1900)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Montgomery County, N.C. Road Records (1843-1926) Bridge Records (1850-1924) Ferry Records (1866-1886) and Mill Records (1848-1884)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Buncombe County N.C. Road Records (1838-1889)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Chatham County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records Volume-1 (1788-1938)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Edgecombe County, N.C. Road Records (1765-1849)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Macon County N.C. Road Records Vol. 1, 1829-1840” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Companion Book for 1930 Johnson County Census” by Herman Tester


“Anson County, N.C. Road Records (1855, 1871, 1903) Mill Records (1868-69, 1888)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“Avery County Heritage Volume IX: Avery County Obituaries to 1950” by Michael C. Hardy


“Bladen County, N.C. Road and Ferry Records (1896-1955)” by Stewart E. Dunaway


“1930 Census Carter County, Tennessee” by Herman Tester


“Surry County N.C. Tax Lists 1820” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County N.C. Tax Lists 1819” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Stokes County N.C. Tax Lists 1799” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Stokes County N.C. Tax Lists 1798” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County, N.C. Abstracts of Births, Deaths, Marriages and Other Items of Interest from Mount Airy, N.C. Newspapers 1872-1895” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County, N.C. Tax Lists: Land Sold, Land To Be Sold, Delinquent Tax Payers, List of Quaker Men – 1780, 1820-1893” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County N.C. Tax Lists 1826” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County N.C. Loose Tax Lists 1823, 1824, 1825” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County N.C. Tax Lists 1822” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Surry County N.C. Tax Lists 1821” by Iris Moseley Harvey


“Under the Shadow Of the Awful Gallows-Tree: The Murder Trials of Thomas Dula and Ann Melton As a Case Study In Gender and Power In Reconstruction Era N.C.” by Heather Lenae Miller


“The Carteret County Cemetery Book Vol. I: Beaufort and East of Newport River” by Robert G. Lewis, Ph.D


“The Carteret County Cemetery Book Vol. II: Morehead Ciety and West of Newport River” by Robert G. Lewis, Ph.D


“The Heritage of Carteret County N.C. Vol. I – 1982” by The Carteret County Historical Society


“Early Carteret County Marriages 1868-1913” by Sharyn Guthrie


“In Our Country’s Service: A Biographical Dictionary of the Men and Women from Carteret County, N.C. Who Served During World War I, 1917-1919” by Herbert W. Stanford III


“Carteret County Wills 1700-1880” by Rebecca Willis Sanders


“Bringing Textile History To Life In Alamance County, N.C.” by Mary M. Archer


“McNeely’s from Bucks County, Pennsylvania to Rowan, Iredell, Mecklenburg Counties, N.C.” by Maurice McNeely


“The Thyra Historic Baling Festival, April 4th and 5th, 2015 at New South Wales” by

Murray Stokes


“Civil War Soldiers from Brunswick County, Virginia” by Dr. William M. Pritchett


“Marriage Records of Davidson County, N.C. 1866-1938” (African-American) by Dewey L. Snider


“Pisgah National Forest A History” by Marci Spencer


“Recipes and Recollections of the Extension Homemakers of Iredell County”


“Index to Obituaries and Death Notices in Surviving Rutherford County, N.C. Newspapers 1830-1940” by the Genealogical Society of Old Tryon County


“Rutherford County Heritage Vol. II” N.C. 2017


“Heroes of the Sixties: Lest We Forget” by Susan W. Todd


“Company Front: The Historical Magazine of the Twenty-Sixth North Carolina, Milton B. Albert W. Blair Letters” Vol. 31, Issue 1.


“North Carolina Literary Review: Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the First Flight: Aviation in N.C. Literature and Letters” No. 12, 2003


“A Dictionary and Catalog of African American Folklife of the South” by Sherman E. Pyatt and Alan Johns


“Our Words, Our Ways: Reading and Writing in N.C.” by Sally Buckner


“Contemporary N.C. Authors” Various authors


“Literary N.C. A Historical Survey, Revised and Enlarged” by Richard Walser and E.T. Malone, Jr.


“The Colonial Records of N.C.: The Church of England in N.C.: Documents, 1699-1741” Edited by Robert J. Cain


“The Colonial Records of N.C. (Second Series) Volume XI, The Church of England in N.C. Documents, 1742-1763” Edited by Robert J. Cain and Jan-Michael Poff



DVD Additions

“The Ryan White Story”


“The Lottery”


“Statesville, N.C. by H. Lee Waters”


“Holocaust Remembrance Program at Congregation Emanuel Temple” Statesville, 2006.  Donated by Stacy Schlesinger  


“The Bone Yard”

“Homecoming” A documentary featuring Barium Springs Orphanage


“The Gaither Family Statesville Firemen’s Parade”


“Groner Family Genealogy Database”


“MIRACLE: How a North Carolina County Names Catawba Battled Polio and Won”


Microfilm Additions

1930 Federal Census for the entire state of N.C.


Wills, Records of Iredell County 7 reels 1929-1971


Index to Vital Statistics – Deaths Iredell 1913-1965


Marriage Bonds Iredell 1-reel 1790-1866


Maps & Plats Iredell County, 2 reels, 1917-1972


Maps & Plats Index Iredell 1-reel 1924-1981


Index to Vital Statistics Births Iredell, 5 reels 1913-1981


Bonds, Official Iredell 1-reel 1868-1903


Bonds, Bastardly Iredell Co. 1-reel 1870-1879


Index to Vital Statistics Delayed Births Iredell 1 reel


Estate Records of Iredell County 95 reels 1790-1970


Iredell County Land Grant office warrants, plats, 3 reels


Wills Originals, Iredell County 3 reels 1787-1917


City Directories of the U.S. North Carolina 1902-1935 Microfilm 2 Reels


City Directory of Statesville, N.C. 1909-1933 Microfilm 1 Reel


Divorces, Iredell County, 1855-1913 Microfilm 2 Reels


Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During the Revolutionary War in Organizations from the States of North Carolina” 2 reels A-Q and R-Z.


World War I Draft Registration Cards Iredell County 2 Reels.


Iredell County Marriage Licenses 1893-1964 14 Reels


Iredell County Marriage Register 1965-1981


Rowan County Maps/Plats 1891-1962  2 Reels


Rowan County Wills (Original) 1743-1900  2 Reels


Rowan County Record of Wills 1893-1909


Rowan County Record of Wills 1909-1925


Rowan County Bonds, Apprentice 1777-1820


Rowan County Bonds, Bastardy 1822-1925


Rowan County Bonds, Bastardy 1757-1821


Rowan County Index to Vital Statistics – Deaths 1942-1972


Rowan County Index to Vital Statistics – Births 1956-1972


Rowan County Index to Vital Statistics – Births 1942-1955


Rowan County Marriage Register 1922-1962


Rowan County Minutes, Superior Court 1872-1874


Rowan County Minutes, Superior Court 1874-1879


Rowan County Index to Marriages 1925-1972


Rowan County Marriage Register 1895-1922


Rowan County Marriage Bonds – Abstracts 1762-1900


Rowan County Bonds, Apprentice 1820-1904


Rowan County Maps/Plats 1959-1968


Rowan County Index to Plats (Maps) 1898-1972


Rowan County Record of Wills 1951-1959


Rowan County Wills (Original) 1743-1900


Rowan County Record of Wills 1934-1951


Rowan County Record of Wills 1924-1933


Record County Wills (Original) 1743-1900


Rowan County Wills (Original) 1743-1900


Rowan County Index to Vital Statistics – Delayed Births


Rowan County Index to Vital Statistics – Births 1913-1941


Rowan County Index to Vital Statistics – Deaths 1913-1941


Rowan County Maiden Names of Divorced Women 1937-1963


Iredell County, Board of County Commissioners Minutes 1868-1894


Iredell County, Bastardy Bonds 1876-1913


Iredell County, Bastardy Bonds 1855-1875


Iredell County, Apprentice Bonds 1866-1896


Iredell County, Board of Education Minutes 1964-1981


Iredell County, Board of Education Minutes 1959-1965


Iredell County, Board of Education Minutes 1950-1959


Iredell County, Board of Education Minutes 1885-1899


Iredell County, Superior Court Minutes 1933-1936


Iredell County, Superior Court Minutes 1929-1933


Iredell County, Superior Court Minutes 1922-1929


Iredell County, Superior Court Minutes 1913-1922


Iredell County, Superior Court Minutes 1960-1962


Iredell County, Superior Court Minutes 1951-1954


Iredell County, Superior Court Minutes 1954-1957


Iredell County, Superior Court Minutes 1947-1951


Iredell County, Superior Court Minutes 1936-1941


Iredell County, Superior Court Minutes 1957-1960


Iredell County, Board of County Commissioners Minutes 1892-1907


Iredell County, Board of County Commissioners Minutes 1889-1924


Iredell County, Board of County Commissioners Minutes 1925-1952


Iredell County, Board of County Commissioners Minutes 1954-1965


Iredell County, Board of County Commissioners Minutes 1965-1975


Iredell County, Board of County Commissioners Minutes 1975-1982


Iredell County, Board of County Commissioners Minutes 1982-1993


Iredell County, Board of County Commissioners Minutes 1993-1/4/2000


Iredell County, Board of County Commissioners Minutes 1/21/2000-2/17/2004


Iredell County, Index to Superior Court Minutes – Defendant 1925-1970


Iredell County, Index to Superior Court Minutes – Defendant 1925-1970


Iredell County, Index to Superior Court Minutes – Defendant 1925-1970


Iredell County, Record of Estates 1843-1858


Iredell County, Record of Estates 1858-1867


Iredell County, Record of Accounts 1923-1960


Iredell County, Record of Accounts 1906-1915


Iredell County, Record of Accounts 1900-1906


Iredell County, Record of Accounts 1894-1900


Iredell County, Record of Accounts 1882-1894


Iredell County, Record of Accounts 1869-1883


Iredell County, Index to Final Accounts, Wards 1788-1970


Iredell County, Index to Final Accounts, Wards 1788-1970


Iredell County, Index to Final Accounts, Wards 1788-1970


Iredell County, Index to Superior Court Minutes 1925-1970


Iredell County, Index to Superior Court Minutes – Plaintiff 1925-1970


Iredell County, Index to Superior Court Minutes – Plaintiff 1925-1970


Iredell County, Index to Superior Court Minutes – Plaintiff 1925-1970


Iredell County, Appointment of Administrators, Executors and Guardians 1868-1905


Iredell County, Appointment of Administrators, Executors and Guardians 1902-1918


Iredell County, Appointment of Administrators, Executors, and Guardians 1915-1926


Iredell County, Appointment of Administrators, Executors, and Guardians 1926-1964


Iredell County, Appointment of Administrators, Executors, and Guardians 1931-1947


Iredell County, Guardians, Accounts 1964-1970


Iredell County, Record of Guardians’ Accounts 1958-1964


Iredell County, Record of Guardians’ Accounts 1949-1958


Iredell County, Record of Guardians’ Accounts 1919-1934


Iredell County, Record of Guardians’ Accounts 1894-1919


Iredell County, Guardians Bonds 1899-1939


Iredell County, Guardians 1846-1900


Iredell County, Accounts for Indigent Children 1913


Iredell County, Inventories to Estates & Accounts of Sales 1845-1865


Iredell County, Administrators Bonds 1963-1970


Iredell County, Record of Widows Years Support 1959-1970


Iredell County, Dowers’ and Widows Years Support 1945-1959


Iredell County, Dowers’ and Widows Years Support 1895-1946


1860 N.C. Mortality Schedule Alamance-Yancey Products of Industry Schedule 1 Reel


Iredell County Accounts and Buildings, 1815-1918


County Home Account Books, 1903-1908, 1914-1916


Coroners’ Inquests, 1854-1968 (4 Reels)


Homestead and Personal Property Exemptions, 1869-1899


Slave Records, 1823-1872


Lunacy Records, 1871-1939


Iredell County Orders and Degrees 1869-1893

(Has Iredell County Clerk of Superior Court Probate and Settlement of Estate Records for the following:

Vol. 1 1869-1877 pages 1-448

Vol. 2 1877-1886 pages 1-600

Vol. 3 1884-1893 pages 1-126

Iredell County Personal Accounts 1819, 1854-1892

(Contains: “Receipts and Sales records for Various Iredell County citizens”

 “Personal Accounts of Dr. W.M. Campbell 1865-1880”

“Personal Accounts of Drs. Campbell & Cowan 1870-1879”

“Personal Accounts of John W. Woodward, 1854-1876”

“Personal Accounts of Drs. Campbell & Long 1864-1869”

“Personal Accounts of Drs. Nisbet & Campbell 1859-1863”

“Account Book of John W. Woodward, 1862-1863, 1865-1880”

“Receipts and Sales records for Various Iredell County Citizens (J.K. Simonton, etc.)”

Iredell County Certificates of Registration 1888-1981

(Architects’ Certificates of Registration 1949-1981

Chiropractors’ Certificates of Registration 1921-1975

Physicians’ and Surgeons’ Certificates of Registration 1889-1978

Registry of Physicians, Surgeons’ and Dentists 1888-1902

Nurses’ Certificates of Registration 1905-1975

Dentists’ Certificates of Registration 1923-1938)

Iredell Timber Records, 1902-1936

Iredell Records of Assignees, Receivers, and Trustees, 1843-1941 (7 Reels)

Iredell Miscellaneous Records 1808-1949

(Abandonment-Canals, Chattel Mortgage-Grand Jury Reports, Habeas Corpus Petitions-Officals’ Bonds, Sheriff, Officials Bonds, Deputy Sheriff-Witnesses)

Iredell Railroad Records 1860-1928 (6 Reels)

Iredell Road Records Miscellaneous Records 1855-1869, 1902-1917

Ashe County

Record of Deeds

Ashe Co. CORE Reel C.006.40001, 1800-1859

Ashe Co. CORE Reel C.006.40002, 1814-1832

Ashe Co. CORE Reel C.006.40003, 1816-1821, 1835-1886

Ashe Co. CORE Reel C.006.40004, 1839-1843


County Court Minutes


Ashe Co. ID: 004.30001

Minutes, County Court

1778-1798

Ashe Co. ID: 006.30001

Minutes, County Court

1806-1849


Ashe Co. CORE C.006.30004

Minutes, Superior Court

1807-1818

Ashe Co. CORE Reel C 006.30005

Years: Last Record Update: Updated by:

Minutes, Superior Court

1834-1875


Ashe Co. CORE C.006.30002

Minutes, Superior Court

1850-1866


Ashe Co. CORE Reel C 006.30006

Minutes, Superior Court

1876-1889

Ashe Co. CORE Reel C 006.30007

Minutes, Superior Court

1890-1900

Ashe Co. CORE C 006.62001

Marriage Certificates

1853-1881


Ashe Co. CORE C 006.63001

Marriage Register

1853-1942

Surry County


County Court Minutes

Surry Co. CORE Reel C.092.30001 1779-1802


Record of Deeds

Surry Co. CORE Reel C.092.4001, 1771-1800 A-H

Surry Co. CORE Reel C.092.4002, 1800-1820 I-P

Surry Co. CORE Reel C.092.4003, 1820-1834 Q-U

Surry Co. CORE Reel C.092.4004, 1834-1841 V-Z


Land Entries

Surry Co. CORE Reel C.092.49401, 1778-1975, 1817-1836, 1840-1873


Watauga County

Watauga Co. C 102.40001

Record of Deed

A, B

1873-1885

Remarks:

Watauga Co. C 102.40002

Record of Deed

C, D

1885-1886

Watauga Co. C 102.40003

Record of Deed

E, F

1870-1878

Watauga Co. C 102.40004

Record of Deed

G, H

1876-1884

Watauga Co. C 102.40005

Record of Deed

Location/Box: Size: Type:

I, J

1879-1883


Watauga Co. C 102.40006

Record of Deed

K, L

1885-1887

Watauga Co. C 102.40007

Record of Deed

M, N

1887-1890

Watauga Co. C 102.40008

Record of Deed

Location/Box: Size: Type:

O, P, 1890-1893

Watauga Co. C 102.40009

Record of Deed

Location/Box: Size: Type:

R, S

1893-1916

Watauga Co. C 102.40010

Years: Last Record Update: Updated by:

Record of Deed

T

1896-1898


Watauga Co. C 102.40011

Years: Last Record Update: Updated by:

Record of Deed

U, V

1898-1900

Watauga Co. C 102.40012

Years: Last Record Update: Updated by:

Record of Deed

W, X

1900-1902


Wilkes County

County Court Minutes

Wilkes Co. CORE Reel C.104.30001 1778-1798


Deeds and Bonds

Wilkes Co. CORE Reel C.104.48006 1784-1854


Wills, Inventories and sales of estates

Wilkes Co. CORE Reel C. 104.80001, 1778-1852

Record of deeds

Wilkes Co. CORE Reel C. 104.40001, 1779-1796

Wilkes Co. CORE Reel C. 104.40002, 1796-1807

Land entries

Wilkes Co. CORE Reel C.104.480

1783-1795; 1798-1828


Newspapers on Microfilm

 

“Carolina Watchman” Salisbury Newspaper 1-2-1873 - 9-1-1898 – 8 Reels


“Carolina Watchman” Salisbury Newspaper 1-4-1904 – 6-18-1937 9 Reels


“Salisbury Sun” Salisbury Newspaper 5-10-1897 – 12-29-1899 One Reel


“Salisbury Sun” Salisbury Newspaper 3-1-1897 – Nov. 23, 1904 One Reel


“Salisbury Sun” Salisbury Newspaper 1-2-1900 – 9-6-1905 3 Reels


“Salisbury Herald” Salisbury Newspaper 1-1888 – 7-22-1896 One Reel


“Salisbury Examiner” 9-17-1869 – 3-20-1884 One Reel


“New Bern Gazette” 1798-1804, “North Carolina Magazine” 1764-1768, “North Carolina Mercury” 1798-1801 – Salisbury and New Bern newspapers


“Salisbury Truth” 10-13-1887 – 12-10-1891 Salisbury Newspaper 2 Reels


“Salisbury Truth” 6-23-1892 – 9-14-1893 Salisbury Newspaper One Reel


“Salisbury Truth” 11-14-1895 – 12-20-1899 Salisbury Newspaper One Reel


“Salisbury Truth” Salisbury Truth – Index, Salisbury Semi-Weekly Truth – Index 1-1-1900 – 12-22-1903


“Yadkin Valley Herald” 1-2-1917 – 12-2-1919 Salisbury Newspaper Two Reels


“Salisbury Globe” 1-6-1904 – 8-30-1905 Salisbury Newspaper One Reel


“Salisbury Daily Index” 11-15-1899 – 4-13-1901 Salisbury Newspaper One Reel


“Union Banner” 5-15-1865 – 8-20-1866 Salisbury Newspaper One Reel

“Miscellaneous Newspapers” Salisbury, One Reel


“Western Carolinian” 1-13-1820 – 11-22-1834 Salisbury Newspaper Four Reels


“Western Carolinian” 1-3-1839 – 10-16-1842  Salisbury Newspaper One Reel“


 “Mooresville Enterprise” Newspaper 11 Reels


“Mooresville Tribune” Newspaper 109 Reels


“Carolina Watchman” Newspaper Salisbury, July 28, 1832-Dec. 26, 1872. 10 Reels


Replacement Copies of Microfilm Oct. 2019

Jan 1891 – Dec. 7, 1893

Jan. 22, 1891 – Nov. 30, 1893

Jan. 1900 – Aug. 1902

Jan. 2, 1900-Aug. 15, 1902

Aug. 1902 – Dec. 1904

Aug. 19, 1902 – Dec. 30, 1904

Jan. 1, 1917 – Dec. 31, 1917

Jan. 2, 1917-Dec. 24, 1917

Jan. 1918 – Dec. 1918

Jan. 1, 1918-Dec. 31, 1918

Jan. 1921 – Dec. 1921

Jan. 3, 1921-Dec. 29, 1921

Jan. 1930 – Dec. 1930

Jan. 3, 1930 – Dec. 29, 1930


Jan. 1933 – Dec. 29, 1933

Jan. 3, 1933-Dec. 29, 1933

Oct. 1961 – Dec. 1961

Oct. 2, 1961-Dec. 30, 1961

The Taylorsville Times was added to our collection on Nov. 13, 2019.


“Taylorsville Times” July 7, 1927 – Dec. 29, 1932


“Taylorsville Times” Jan. 5, 1933 – July 29, 1937


“Taylorsville Times” August 5, 1937 – March 26, 1942


“Taylorsville Times” April 2, 1942 – April 26, 1945


“Taylorsville Times” May 3, 1945 – Aug. 28, 1947


“Taylorsville Times” Sept. 4, 1947 – May 26, 1949


“Taylorsville Times” June 2, 1949 – March 25, 1951


“Taylorsville Times” April 5, 1951 – March 26, 1953


“Taylorsville Times” April 2, 1953 – March 31, 1955


“Taylorsville Times” April 7, 1955 – Feb. 28, 1957


“Taylorsville Times” March 7, 1957 – Dec. 25, 1958


“Taylorsville Times” Jan. 1, 1959 – Sept. 29, 1960


“Taylorsville Times” Oct. 6, 1960 – Aug. 30, 1962


“Taylorsville Times” Sept. 6, 1962 – July 30, 1964


“Taylorsville Times” Aug. 6, 1964 – Dec. 23, 1965


“Taylorsville Times” Jan. 6, 1966 – Jan. 26, 1967


“Taylorsville Times” Feb. 2, 1967 – Feb. 28, 1968


“Taylorsville Times” March 7, 1968 – March 27, 1969


“Taylorsville Times” April 3, 1969 – April 30, 1970


“Taylorsville Times” May 7, 1970 – June 24, 1971


“Taylorsville Times” July 1, 1971 – May 25, 1972


“Taylorsville Times” June 1, 1972 – Dec. 28, 1972


“Taylorsville Times” Jan. 1, 1973 – Aug. 30, 1973


“Taylorsville Times” Sept. 6, 1973 – May 30, 1974


“Taylorsville Times” June 6, 1974 – Feb. 27, 1975


“Taylorsville Times” March 6, 1975 – Dec. 25, 1975


“Taylorsville Times” Jan. 1, 1976 – Sept. 30, 1976


“Taylorsville Times” Oct. 7, 1976 – July 28, 1977


“Taylorsville Times” Aug. 4, 1977 – April 27, 1978

CD Additions


“European Boundaries 300 B C to 1880 A D” Historic Map Library


“Europe 1856 – 1920” Historic Map Library


“Grensham’s Irish Surnames”


“Historical Map Eastern United States 1887”


“Princess Anne County, Virginia Deeds, Wills, and Guardianships”


“Historical Statistics of the United States”

“Military Records: Revolutionary War Must Rolls”


“1910 Federal Census of North Carolina”


“1850 Federal Census of North Carolina”


“Marriage Index: MD, NC, VA, 1624-1915”


“Family Tree Maker’s Family Archives United States Census Bundle 1607 – 1880”


“Irish Immigrants to North America, 1803-1871”


“Passenger and Immigration Lists:  Irish to America, 1846-1865”


“German and Swiss Settlers in America, 1700’s – 1800s”


“1860 Census Selected Counties”


“African Americans in the 1870 Census”


“African Americans in the 1910 Census”


“Southern Historical Society Papers: 52 Volumes on CD”


“North Carolina Vital Records: Deaths 1968-1996”


“1850 U.S. Census”


“Early North Carolina Settlers, 1700’s – 1900s”


“North Carolina Wills: 1665-1900”


“Colonial America, 1607-1789”


“1930 North Carolina Census”


“Madison County, N.C. Delayed Birth Records

Vol. 1-111”


“National Gazetteer of the United States (1884)”

“German and Swiss Settlers in America 1700’s-1800’s”


“Houston Family Line”


“The Sun” Newspaper from Rutherfordton” 1926


“The Sun” Newspaper from Rutherfordton” 1927


“The Sun” Newspaper from Rutherfordton” 1928


“The Sun” Newspaper from Rutherfordton” 1929


“Rutherford County, N.C. Marriage License Photos” by W.D. Floyd 4 DVD’s.


“Rutherford County, N.C. Deed Book A-D, Birth Index 1914-1925, and Rutherford County Revolutionary War Index” by W.D. Floyd 1 DVD


“Rutherford County, N.C. Death Index 1914-1925, Rutherford County, N.C. Deed Book, Rutherford County, N.C. Marriage Register” by W.D. Floyd 1 DVD


“Lenoir, Caldwell County, N.C. Newspapers on CD, Lenoir News-Topic, Lenoir Topic, Weekly News, Semi-Weekly News, Daily Evening News, Hypodermic, Sept 25, 1875 –

 Dec 31, 1971”


“Early Maps of North Carolina”


“The Harmonian’ The 1926 Harmony High School annual” Scanned onto CD.


“British Isles Vital Records Index, England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales” CDs from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints


“Cemeteries of Carter County, Tennessee”


“Family Tree Templates: Customizable Family Tree Templates for Microsoft Word”