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Keyword Absher Issue

Fall 1980

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Absher Family Bible 14:3:(14) Bible record of the family of William M and Nancy J. Reynolds Absher and some of their descendants, beginning in 1871. Family Records 21:2:(7-8) Some family records with the Absher surname found in the book of Family Records that belonged to Susanna Vannoy, dating from the late 1800s into the 1900s. Cover Picture 9:2:(2-3) A picture and a short history of the 1934 Sulphur Springs Academy Building. Daniel Adams Former Wilkes native 2:2:(8) A brief history of Judge Daniel Adams, a Wilkes Co., NC native, from a Johnson County Missouri History in 1881. Jesse Adams Bible Record 3:3:(1) The Bible record of the Jesse Adams family, beginning in the late 1700s. Jesse Adams Bible Continued 4:1:(1) A continued record of the Jesse Adams Bible from mid 1800s. Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:1:(6) A brief statement pertaining to the affidavits and letters involving Henry Adams Rev. War Application by his wife, Susanna. From the Patriot 21:3:(22) A brief death announcement on 20 June 1907 for J. W. Adams, Sr. Bible Records 22:1:(14) A list of translated Bible Records for John Adams, born 1776, and some of his descendants. The Rev. John Adams' Bible 23:1:(9) The Bible Records of Rev. John and Susanar E. Adams, George Washington Adams' Family, and a Mary Matilda Adams, dating from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. Bible Records 23:2:(7) Rev. John Adams's Family Bible Record dated from the late 1800s into the 1900s. Adkins Family Information 12:1:(10) A brief history of the William and Sarah Alexander Family in the early 1800s. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(18) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of William Alexander. Land Grant to Pritchett Alexander 30:2:(3) One page copy of Pritchett Alexander's land grant.

Abshire

Summer 1987

Academy Adams

May 1975 May 1968

Aug. 1969 Feb. 1970

Spring 1976

Fall 1987

Spring 1988 Spring 1989

Summer 1989

Adkins Alexander

Spring 1978 Fall 1976

Summer 1996

Allen

Summer 1994

Col. Richard Allen, Sr. 28:2:(23-25) Extract from the declaration for Rev. War Pension of Col. Richard Allen, a resident of Wilkes Co., NC on 4 Sept 1832. Allens' Connection: From the "Mayflower" to North Carolina and Kentucky 30:1:(2-4) This article explains how one line of the Allen Family connects to the settlers who came to the US on the Mayflower. Land Grant for Richard Allen 31:4:(4) Copy of one page of land grant.

Spring 1996

Winter 1997

1

Keyword Allison

Issue

Summer 1990

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The Bible of Jesse Allison 24:2:(22) A translated list of births and a few deaths from the Bible of the Jesse and Mariam/Mary Foley Allison 's Family during the late 1700s to the 1800s. Bible Record 5:1:(1) The Bible Record of the John and Elizabeth Hamon Amburgy family, beginning in the late 1700. Bible Record 11:1:(16) A brief Bible Record of the Elbert and Annie Swanson Andrews' Family and some of their descendants. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(9) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for William Anglea on 8 Aug 1836. Request by Watauga River Citizens in August 1792 12:1:(18) A request made by a list of inhabitants of Watauga River and Cove Creek residents requesting annexation into Wilkes Co., rather than Burke Co., NC in 1792. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(3) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for James Anthony on 13 Nov 1832. Bible Record 16:3:(15-16) The Bible Record of John and Sarah Murray Arnold and their son, William's, Families from Orange and Macon Counties, NC in the 1800s to Missouri. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(6) A list of brief historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922. Help for Beginners 1:1:(4) A list of frequently used genealogical abbreviations and their meanings to enhance the understanding of genealogical materials. Help For Beginners Continued 1:2:(4) A continued list of frequently used genealogical abbreviations to assist genealogists. From the Bible of Dorcas Tulburt Phillips Atkins 25:3:(17) Translated list of recorded marriages, births, and deaths involving the family of Dorcas Tulburt Phillips Atkins, mostly in the 1800s. Baker Ayers in Wilkes County 34:4:(17-18) The transcriptions of the Rev. War Pension Applications for Elihue Ayers and for Nathaniel Ayers are listed here. Clanton-Baker Bible 20:3:(18) A transcribed list of Bible Records for the Clanton and Baker Families, dating from 1828 to mid 1950s. James Baker of Wilkes County, NC & Tennessee 34:4:(20-24) The history of James Baker's life in the late 1700s. Theophilus Baldwin Bible 20:2:(18) The transcribed Bible Records of Theophilus Baldwin and his family from the late 1700s to mid 1850. The Ball Family 7:3:(15) The history of the Javen Ball Family and some of his descendants from Wilkes County, NC, beginning in the late 1700s Bible Record, Ball - Proffit 9:4:(7-8) The Bible Record of William and Polly Proffit and some of their descendants, beginning in the early 1800s. William Ball Family 12:2:(19-20) A history of William and Sarah Campbell Ball's Family, dated as early as 1766.

Amburgy Andrews Anglea Annexed

Feb. 1971

Spring 1977 Winter 1976

Spring 1978

Anthony Arnold

Winter 1976 Fall 1982

Asket

Fall 1987

Assistance

May 1967

Oct. 1967

Atkins

Fall 1991

Ayers

Winter 2000

Baker

Fall 1986

Winter 2000

Baldwin Ball

Summer 1986 Aug. 1973

Nov. 1975

Summer 1978

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Keyword Ballard Barker Barlow Barton Baskett Bastardy

Issue

Fall 1976

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Article Title

Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(5) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Devereaux Ballard in April 1834. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:1:(13) A brief abstract of the Revolutionary Pension for George S. Barker on 24 April 1834. Bible Record 2:1:(3) The Barlow Bible Record from the early 1800s. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(5) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for John Barton. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:1:(13) An abstract of the Revolutionary Pension for Martin Baskett/Basket on 23 Jan 1833. Wilkes County Bastardy Bonds Continued 11:4:(17-21) A continued list of the bastardy bonds filed in Wilkes County, NC in the late 1700s.

Spring 1976 Feb. 1968

Winter 1976

Spring 1976 Winter 1977

Summer 1978

Wilkes County, North Carolina ­ Bastardy Bonds Continued 12:2:(27-28) A list of the Bastardy Bonds in Wilkes County, North Carolina abstracted from originals' partial list for 17921809. Wilkes County Bastardy Bonds Continued 15:3:(19-20) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC Bastardy Bonds for 1872 through 1879. Bastardy Bonds Continued 17:3:(20-21) A continued list of Bastardy Bonds as found in the Wilkes Count, NC County of P&Qs Minutes, dated from Oct 1821 ­ Aug- 1830. Bastardy Bonds Continued 17:4:(7-14) A continued list of Bastardy Bonds as found in the Wilkes County, NC Court of P&Qs minutes, dated from Aug 1830 ­ March 1856. Information Concerning Wilkes Bastardy & Adultery Continued 19:3:(19-20) A continued list of information concerning Bastardy & Adultery in Wilkes County, NC, dated 1821 - 1857. Information Concerning Wilkes Bastardy & Adultery Continued 20:2:(14) Continued list of information concerning bastardy and adultery as found in the Wilkes County, NC Superior Court & Court of P & QS Minutes from Nov. 1867 ­ Mar. 1869. Bible Record ­ Bauguess Family 2:2:(7) The Bible Record of the Bauguess Family, beginning in the late 1700s. Bauguess By-Ways Continued 3:3:(4) The early history of the Bauguess family of Wilkes Co., NC, beginning in the 1700s. Bauguess By-Ways Continued 4:1:(4) The early history of the Bauguess family, beginning in England in the 1600s. Bauguess By-Ways Continued 4:4:(1,4) The continued history of the Bauguess family, dating from the 1800s. Beaman Family Bible 12:4:(22) The Beaman Family Bible Record beginning in the 1820s. Beckham Family Record 12:4:(23) A list of the Beckham Family Record, beginning around 1810. Emanuel Bell Family 24:2:(3-6) The history of Emanuel and Lavina Privette Bell's Family in the 1800s.

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Winter 1983

Fall 1985

Summer 1986

Bauguess

May 1968

Aug. 1969 Feb. 1970 May 1970

Beaman Beckham Bell

Winter 1978 Winter 1978

Summer 1990

3

Keyword Benge

Issue

Summer 1994

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Article Title

The Descendants of Thomas Benge, Sr. 28:2:(10-17) The history of the famil of Thomas Benge, Sr., b. Ca 1735, and some of his descendants, including a translated copy of David Benge's Military Record. Benge Family Article Additions 28:3:(8) A very brief summary addition pertaining to Susan Gray, daughter of George and Sarah Benge Gray. The Benge Family 30:2:(7-11) The history of the Benge Family, beginning in the 1700s, emphasizing the correction of some misinformation that has been written about the family. Bentley Family Record 19:3:(10) The transcribed W. A. and Violet Lucinda Lowe Bentley Family's Records, dated from mid 1850 into the 1900s. Bible Records 24:4:(13-14) Two pages of transcribed Bible Records from the Bible of Anna May Strode Church, dating from the late 1800s into the 1900s. Revolutionary Pensioner from Amherst County, VA Who Lived in the Counties of 13:1:(12) Abstract of the Revolutionary War Pension of Thomas Bibee in Cocke Co., TN, on 1 March 1834. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(14) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Thomas Bicknell on 3 Dec 1845. Land Grant to Samuel Bicknell 29:2:(4) Copy of one page of a land grant on 16 Sept 1778. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:4:(16) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Jasper Billings on 22 Oct 1832. Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 11:1:(10) An abstracted Revolutionary War Pension Application for Jasper Billings, executed on 11 Dec 1850 by his wife, Elizabeth. Jasper Billings Revolutionary War Pension Application 11:2:(10) An abstracted Revolutionary War Pension Application made by Jasper Billings in Ashe Co., NC on 25 Feb 1856. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:1:(12) A brief abstract of the Rev. Pension for Robert Bingham through his wife, Elizabeth, on 30 Oct 1857.

Fall 1994

Summer 1996

Bentley

Fall 1985

Beshears

Winter 1990

Bibee Bicknell

Spring 1979

Summer 1976 Summer 1995

Billings

Winter 1976

Spring 1977

Summer 1977

Bingham

Spring 1976

Summer 1976

Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:2:(12) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Robert Bingham through his wife, Elizabeth, on 30 Oct 1857. Some Wilkes County Genealogy from Revolutionary War Pension Files 24:2:(18-19) A source explanation and a short list of some men who applied for a Rev. War Pension from Wilkes Co., NC John Church, William Davis, Benjamin Duncan, & Robert Bingham. Bishop Family Notes 14:4:(22) A list of Bishop Family notes from Maryland in mid 1770s, to Wilkes County, NC in the 1780s. Black Vs Black & Poe 15:4:(17) A land dispute involving Absalom and Jacob Black and Jno Poe in Ashe Co., NC in 1829. Traphill 6:1:(3) The early history of Traphill, NC, including the roles of William Blackburn and Claybourne Waddel. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:1:(13) A brief abstract of the Revolutionary Pension for William S. Blackburn on 15 Oct 1832.

Summer 1990

Bishop Black Blackburn

Winter 1980 Winter 1981 Feb. 1972

Spring 1976

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Keyword Blackburn

Issue

Winter 1990

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Article Title

Bible Records 24:4:(13-14) Two pages of transcribe Bible Records from the Bible of Anna May Strode Church, dating from the late 1800s into the 1900s. Blackburn Family Bible 26:2:(13-14) A translated copy of the Effie Blackburn's Bible Records, with dates beginning in mid 1800s. Lydia C. Blackburn, Effie's Mother, presented the book to her. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(14) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Nathan Blevins. Land Grant to Edman Boaz 28:3:(4) One page copy of land grant Carlton Boldin's Bible 21:3:(17) The records from the Bible of Sallie Viola Carlton Boldin's. Sallie married James Augustus Boldin around 1900. Bolerjacks(Bolejack) 8:3:(15) A brief history of the Joseph Ferdinand Bullitscheck Family who arrived in Pennsylvania from Germany in 1729. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(9) A brief abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Thomas Bolin on 14 Nov 1832. Facts About Daniel Boone in Wilkes 5:2:(1-2) The history of Daniel Boone in relationship to the western area of North Carolina in the 1700s. The Bouchelle, Finley, Wilson Connections 29:4:(4-10) Three generations of the Major John Finley Family, beginning in 1778 in Augusta Co., VA, and ending in Wilkes County in the 1800s. Actual copies of family records are also included in the article. Land Grant to Jno. Bourland 27:1:(12) One page copy of actual land grant. Land Grant for John Bourland 28:1:(11) Land grant on both sides of Bourland's Fork of Swan Creek. Land Grant 33:3:(13) Copy of one page of a land grant for John Bourland. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(4) A brief abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Jesse Bowling on 22 Oct 1832. Jesse Bowling: From North Carolina to Kentucky 31:4:(18-20) The history of Jesse Bowling, b. 22 May 1758, and his families in NC, VA, and KY. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(8) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Benjamin Brown on 7 Jan 1832. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:1:(12) A brief abstract of the Revolutionary Pension for James S. Brayhill/Broyhill on 6 Sept 1837.

Summer 1992

Blevins Boaz Boldin

Summer 1976 Fall 1994 Fall 1987

Bolerjacks Bolin Boone Bouchelle

Aug. 1974

Winter 1976 May 1971

Winter 1995

Bouland Bourland

Spring 1993 Spring 1994 Fall 1999

Bowling

Winter 1976 Winter 1997

Bown Brayhill

Winter 1976

Spring 1976

1850 - North Carolinians in Breathitt County, Kentucky Continued 7:2:(13-15) Breathitt County, KYMay 1973 A continued list of names with NC connections that were taken from the 1850 Breathitt Co., KY Census.

Aug. 1973

1850 ­ North Carolinians in Breathitt County, Kentucky Continued 7:3:(5-8) A continued list of names with NC connections that were taken from the 1850 Breathitt Co., KY Census. Brewer Family Record 14:1:(29) The Brewer Family Record, beginning with James, b. in 1840, and extending to his son Ambrose and wife, Alice's, family.

Brewer

Spring 1980

5

Keyword Brewer Brooks

Issue

Spring 2000 Spring 1976 Winter 1992

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Land Grant for William Bruer/Brewer 34:1:(19) Copy of one page of actual land grant. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:1:(13) An abstract of the Rev. Pension for James Brooks through his wife, Nancy, on 3 Feb 1829. Leander S. Brooks Bible 26:4:(22) A translated copy of the Bible Records of Leander S. Brooks, beginning in mid 1800s, and extending in the 1900s. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(5) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Thomas Brotherton on 7 June 1832. Walter Brown of Mulberry 8:2:(4-6) A history of the Walter Brown Family, beginning in mid 1750. Part 2, Walter Brown of Mulberry 8:3:(5-7) A continued history of the Walter Brown Family and some of his descendants of Mulberry in Wilkes County, NC in the 1800s. Part 3, Walter Brown of Mulberry 8:4:(11-12) The continued history of the Walter Brown Family and some of his descendants from Mulberry in Wilkes Co., NC. Brown Feedback 8:4:(12) A short article relating to feedback on the Walter Brown Family series of articles that have appeared in the Bulletins. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(5) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Robert Brown on 25 Sept 1835. Corrections ­ Walter Brown of Mulberry 13:1:(15) A list of 2 corrections pertaining to the previous article on Walter Brown of Mulberry. Pensioners of War of 1812 ­ Rev. War 13:1:(17) Abstract of Pensioner of War of 1812 for Elisha Brown ­ Elizabeth - who resided in IN during the 1850s. Wilkes County, NC Criminal Action Papers 15:1:(11) A law suite against John Finley, Merchant, in 1812 by James Brown, Esqr. Notes from Maury Co., TN on John Brown ­ Wilkes Co., NC 15:1:(20-22) A brief history of John Brown, b. 1738 in Ireland, which extends through his children. Brown Family Record 16:1:(14) The Bible Record of the Thornton Brown Family in mid 1800s into the 1900s. Brown Bible Record 20:3:(18) A transcribed list of Bible Records for Benjamin and Nancy Brown and some of their descendants, beginning in the 1700s and extending into mid 1800s. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I ­ Vol. 5 21:3:(6) A list of brief historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922. Bible of Harrison Church 23:1:(8) The transcribed Bible Records of the Harrison Church's Family, dated in the 1800s through 1900s. Bible Records 23:3:(13) The transcribed Bible Records of the Brown, Green, and Cook Families' surnames, dating from the late 1700s through the 1800s.

Brotherton Brown

Winter 1976 May 1974

Aug. 1974

Nov. 1974

Nov. 1974

Winter 1976

Spring 1979 Spring 1979 Spring 1981 Spring 1981 Spring 1982 Fall 1986

Fall 1987

Spring 1989 Fall 1989

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Keyword Brown

Issue

Spring 1994 Winter 1994

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Article Title

Land Grant for John Brown 28:1:(14) One page copy of land grant. Land Grant to Jno. Brown 28:4:(5) Copy of one page of a land grant. Land Grant to Jno. Brown 29:1:(2) Copy of one page of a land grant on 28 Dec 1778. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:1:(12) A brief abstract for William S. Bruce's Revolutionary War Pension Abstract dated 22 Aug 1832. Thomas Bryan 15:3:(13) The family records of Thomas and Nancy Bauguess Bryan dated in the first part of the 1800s. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:1:(12) A brief abstract of the Revolutionary Pension for Roberts S. Bryant on 31 March 1833. Land Grant to Henry Bryom 27:3:(13) Copy of one page of actual land grant. Absolom Bullis Family Bible Record 13:4:(13) The Absolom Bullis Family Bible Record beginning in the second quarter of the 1800s. Benjn Bullison & Others to Luke Jinnings Deed 26:2:(15) A translated copy of a deed between the heirs of Henry Adams and Luke Jinnins. Bible Records 1:1:(2) The Bible Record of the Crystal and Bumgarner families, beginning in the 1760s and extending in mid 1800s. Picture 2:2:(6) A brief article and picture of Mr. M. F. Bumgarner of Millers Creek, NC who recently donated all of the issues of the Journal-Patriot Newspaper since 1932 to Wilkes Community College. Bible Record 18:3:(12) The Bumgarner-Culler Bible Record which is dated in the 1800s. Land Grant to James Bunyard 30:2:(4) One page copy of the land grant awarded to James Bunyard. Family Record 22:3:(12-14) Records of the Benjamin and Janie Burch Family, who were married on 20 Feb 1756. A list of the names and the date of births for Negroes is also included. Burke County, North Carolina, Part I. 9:3:(3-4) A summary of information pertaining to available records for researchers to use in Burke Co., NC. Burke County, North Carolina, Part II 9:4:(15-16) A summary of information available to researchers pertaining to Burke County, North Carolina. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:1:(13) A brief abstract of the Revolutionary Pension for William S. Burns on 23 Oct 1832. Land Grant to Henry Byrom 27:1:(13) Actual land grant copy of one page. Book Donations: Caldwell County, NC Records 34:4:(26-27) List of printed genealogical materials for sale pertaining to records in Caldwell County, NC. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(15) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for William Campbell on 2 Oct 1832.

Spring 1995

Bruce Bryan Bryant Bryom Bullis Bullison Bumgarner

Spring 1976 Fall 1981

Spring 1976 Fall 1993

Winter 1979

Summer 1992 May 1967 May 1968

Fall 1984

Bunyard Burch

Summer 1996 Fall 1988

Burke County

Aug. 1975

Nov. 1975

Burns Byrom Caldwell County Campbell

Spring 1976 Spring 1993 Winter 2000

Summer 1976

7

Keyword Campbell Canady Cargile

Issue

Summer 1976 Fall 1995

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Article Title

Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(16) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for John Campbell on 9 Sept 1833. Land Grant to Andrew Canady 29:3:(3) Copy of one page of a 1779 land grant. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(15) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for William Cargile on 13 March 1845. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(15) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Thomas Cargill/Cargile. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(9) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for William Cargile on 13 March 1845. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(13) A brief abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for John R. Cargle on 19 April 1836. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(13) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Lewis Carlton on 20 Jan 1853. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(15) A brief abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Ambrose Carlton on 14 Sept 1832. Bible of Thomas Albert Carlton 21:3:(16-17) Translated Bible Records of the members of the Thomas Albert Carlton Family in mid 1800s into the 1900s. Bible Record 22:3:(12-14) A transcribed copy of the Bible Record of the family of Thomas Carlton who was first married on 25 March 1813. Land Grant to Stephen Carpenter 29:4:(2) One page copy of a land grant. The Carpenter Family in America 30:3:(22-25) Beginning with Matthias Carpenter in 1790, this article entails the history of this Carpenter Family into the 1800s. Carpenter Corrections 30:4:(25) Additional information on the Carpenter Family Article that appeared in a previous WGS Bulletin. Land Grant to Simeon Carter 27:2:(12) One page copy of a land grant. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(13) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for William Cash on 17 Feb 1834. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(9-10) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of William Cash on 17 Feb 1834. Caudill Records 21:1:(16) A list of 9 records pertaining to members of the Caudill surname in mid to late 1800s. Caudills Settle in Kentucky 12:4:(25-26) An article pertaining to the James and Matthew Caudill who move to KY from Wilkes Co., NC around 1800. Laws, Clanton, and Broyhill Cemetery 1:2:(4) A list of people buried in this Pores Knob Community Cemetery in Wilkes County, NC in 1963. Duncan or Estep Cemetery 2:1:(2) A list of 45 graves in the cemetery on the Brushy Mountains in Wilkes County, NC.

Summer 1976 Summer 1976 Winter 1976

Cargle Carlton

Summer 1976 Summer 1976 Summer 1976 Fall 1987 Fall 1988

Carpenter

Winter 1995 Fall 1996

Winter 1996

Carter Cash

Summer 1993 Summer 1976 Fall 1976

Caudill Caudills Cemetery

Spring 1987 Winter 1978 Oct. 1967

Feb. 1968

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Keyword Cemetery

Issue

May 1968

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Oldest Grave in Wilkes County? 2:2:(1) The oldest grave in Wilkes County, NC is said to be Ann Sutherland, b. 1720 and d. in 1784, who is buried near a list of others in a Ferguson, NC Cemetery. New Hope Church 6:4:(1,4) The history of the New Hope Baptist Church in Wilkes County, NC with a list of the original and early members in the 1830s, and a list of graves in the Church's Cemetery prior to 1900. Meat Camp Baptist Church Cemetery 9:3:(9,12) A list of graves in the Meat Camp Baptist Church Cemetery, which was established in 1851, in Watauga Co., NC. Hays Cemetery in Hancock Co., IN 9:4:(14) A visit to the Hays Cemetery in Hancock Co., IN reveals that many Hays are buried there along with others who surnames are familiar in Wilkes County, NC. St. Paul's Episcopal Church Cemetery 13:1:(2-4) A list of those buried in the St. Paul's Episcopal Church Cemetery in Wilkesboro, NC, with the dates born and died. Rachel Baptist Church Cemetery 13:1:(5-6) A list of those buried in the Rachel Baptist Church Cemetery which is located on RR #2002, 4 miles North of Roaring River in Wilkes County, NC. Cub Creek Baptist Church Cemetery 13:2:(2-3) A list of graves in the Cub Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, located on the old Hwy. Leading from Wilkesboro to Moravian Falls in Wilkes County, NC. Kerley & Other Cemeteries 13:2:(4) A list of 27 graves in the Kerley Cemetery, with three other cemeteries with 3 to 5 graves, located at the foot of Sugarloaf Mountain in Alexander County, NC or on Rd. 1001. Ebenezer Presbyterian Church Cemetery 13:2:(5-6) A list of graves in the Ebenezer Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Ashe County, NC. Roam"s Creek Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery 13:2:(6) A list of graves in the Roam's Creek Primitive Baptist Church in Ashe County, NC. Worth and Thomas Cemetery 13:2:(7) A list of graves in the Worth and Thomas Cemetery, Ashe County, NC. Peak Creek Cemetery 13:2:(7) A list of graves in the Peak Creek Cemetery, located about 1 and ½ miles south of Highway 88 in Ashe County, NC. Old Gambill Cemetery, Martha, Lawrence County, Kentucky 14:1:(6-7) A list of graves in the Old Gambill Cemetery in Martha, Lawrence County, Kentucky. Joseph Phouts Cemetery 15:2:(13) A list of graves in the Joseph Phouts Cemetery in the Prather's Creek Township in Alleghany County, NC, dating in the 1800s to the 1900s.

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Winter 1981

Anderson Cemetery 15:4:(11) A list of around 55 graves in the Anderson Cemetery near the Brushy Mountains in Wilkes Co., NC, dated mostly in the 1900s. Toliver Cemetery 15:4:(12) A listing of eight graves in the Toliver Cemetery located on the Toliver's property in Jefferson, presently Ashe Co. NC.

Winter 1981

9

Keyword Cemetery

Issue

Winter 1981

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Wilkes County Cemeteries 15:4:(22) A list of 10 graves in a cemetery located S. of Arnold Bumgarner's house, 8 or 9 miles West on Hwy. 268 from Wilkesboro beyond Kerr Scoot Dam. George Reeves Family Cemetery 16:2:(14) A list of seven gravesites at the George Reeves Family Cemetery in Alleghany County, NC. Cemetery Inventory 17:1:(16-18) A list of graves for 3 graveyards near Highway 18 North on Mertie Road in Wilkes County, NC. Roberts Cemetery Continued 20:3:(21) A continued list of graves in the Roberts Cemetery in McGrady, NC, with most of 50 people being buried in the 1900s. Roberts' Cemetery Continued 20:4:(19) A list of approximately 52 graves in the Roberts' Cemetery in McGrady, NC, dating in the 1900s. Cemetery Information 23:1:(18) Information pertaining to Absolom Shipwash, Benjamin Bullis, and the initials of various people carved in fieldstones in the Antioch Township, Bullis Cemetery, and a Cemetery in Somers Township. Lyon Family Cemetery 23:2:(6-7) A list of twenty-four burial sites in the Lyon Family Cemetery, dating from the 1800s and 1900s. Pennel Family Cemetery 23:3:(14) Around 35 people are buried here with the surnames of Pennel, Forester, Crysel, Eller, and McLean, with most buried in the late 1800s.

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Bryan-Parks Family Cemetery 24:1:(16) Seventeen marked graves and at least five other graves marked only by fieldstones, mostly of the Bryan and Parks surnames. Enoch Vannoy Cemetery 25:2:(27) Six burial sites, with three being members of the Vannoy surname, and three the Wyatt surname, dating from the 1800s through early 1900s. Franklin Shepherd Family Cemetery 25:3:(16) An old family burying ground, dating back into the 1800s. Tradition says that many of the older members of the Shepherd surname are buried here. There are several graves without markers. William Blackburn Family Cemetery 25:4:(26) Eleven marked graves and 5 fieldstones with no markings, dating from the 1800s to the 1900s. McNiel-Faw-Riggs Family Cemetery 25:4:(27) Three are buried here with no tombstones, four of the McGlamery children from the 1800s, and thirteen other burial sites. Saint Clair Cemetery Records 26:2:(11-12) A list of twenty-six people buried in the Saint Clair Cemetery. William E. Burke Family Cemetery Records 26:2:(12) Five people with the surnames of Burke and Pruitt were buried here in the early 1900s. John Grave Keyes Cemetery 26:3:(6) Only 3 graves - George N. Kees, Nancy_____, and Sarah Keller. Vander Parsons Family Cemetery 26:3:(6) Eleven Parsons graves and one Spears', with most dying in the 1900s. McGinnis Family Cemetery 26:3:(7) Eight McGinnis graves and a John Swanson, dating in the 1800 and 1900s.

Summer 1991

Fall 1991

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Keyword Cemetery

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Fall 1992 Fall 1992

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James M. Privette Cemetery 26:3:(7) Only 2 graves of James and Matilda Byrd Privette who married around the Civil War Period. Bryan-Parks Family 26:3:(8) Seventeen records with dates from 1900 back into the 1800s. Leonard Lenderman Family Cemetery 27:1:(26) Three members of the Lenderman Family are buried here in the 1800s. John Crouse Family Cemetery 27:1:(26) One record of John Crouse, b. in 1804. William Johnson, Sr. Family Cemetery 27:1:(28) Records of seven people buried in this cemetery. Cleveland-Yates Family Cemetery Records 27:2:(16) Eighteen records of those buried here, including Capt. Robert Cleveland, b. in the 1700s. Wyatt, Vickory Family Cemetery 27:2:(17) Five records of those buried here. Mabery-Mitchell Family 27:2:(17) Nine people are buried here during the 1800s. William Warren Family Cemetery 27:3:(17) Two gravesites, dating to the 1800s - William and Mary Warren. Lenderman-Powell Family Cemetery 27:3:(17) A list of sixteen people buried in the Lenderman-Powell Family Cemetery. Bryan-Parks Family Cemetry Records 28:2:(27) A list of 17 people buried in the Bryan-Parks Family Cemetery. Cleveland-Yates Family 28:2:(28) A list of 18 people buried in the Cleveland-Yates Family Cemetery. Burchette Burial's of Edwards Township - Roaring River Baptist Church 31:2:(18) Four graves, all buried in the 1900s with the Burchette surname. Edward-Burchette Cemetery 31:2:(18) Four Burchette graves, dating in the later 1800s. Macedonia Baptist Church 31:2:(18-20) Twenty- eight Burchette graves, with all buried in the 1900s. Shoaly Branch Baptist Church 31:2:(20) Two Burchette graves - Walter W. & Dossie E., both dying in 1921. Pleasant Hill Baptist Church 31:2:(20-21) Eight Burchette graves, all buried in the 1900s. Old Mormon Cemetery - Brushy Mt. 31:4:(11) Thirty-five graves, dating from the 1800s to the 1900s. Alexander Gilreath Family Cemetery - Brushy Mt. 32:1:(16) Only three graves of members of the Gilreath Family, two dated in the 1700s. Solomon Hendren Family Cemetery - Brushy Mt. 32:1:(16) Only four graves of the Hendren surnames, mostly in the 1800s. Ball Family Cemetery - Brushy Mt. 32:1:(16) Fifteen graves, with all but one with the Ball surname, dating from the 1800s-1900s.

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Parker Cemetery - Brushy Mt. 32:1:(17-18) Seventy-seven graves of various surnames, dating in the 1800s to the 1900s. Bethany Baptist Church (New) - Brushy Mt. 32:1:(19-20) Approximately 62 graves, mostly in the 1900s but some born in the 1800s. Hendren-Mullis Family Cemetery - Brushy Mt. 32:1:(20) Only three graves - two of the Hendren surname and one of the Mullis - dating from the 1800s. Church-Dyer Cemetery - Lewis Fork 32:3:(2) Only two graves - both children. Achilis Foster Family Cemetery - Lewis Fork 32:3:(2) Six Foster surname graves, dating from those born in the late 1700s to well in the 1800s. Nimrod Triplett Family Cemetery - Lewis Fork 32:3:(2) Nineteen graves of various surnames, dating in the 1800s - 1900s. Alfred Minton Family Cemetery - Lewis Fork 32:3:(2) Three Minton surname graves, all born in the first third of the 1800s. James T. Goforth Family Cemetery - Lewis Fork 32:3:(2) Three members of the Goforth name, dating in the 1800s - 1900s. Hubbard's Hill Cemetery - Lewis Fork 32:3:(3) Fourteen graves of various surnames, dating from the late 1700s into the 1900s. David Huffman Family Cemetery - Lewis Fork 32:3:(3) Seven graves, mostly dating to the 1800s. William W. Marley Family Cemetery - Lewis Fork 32:3:(3) Six graves, dating from the 1800s to the 1900s. Davis Memorial Baptist Church - Lewis Fork 32:3:(3-5) Approximately 85 graves, dating from those born in the late 1800s to the 1900s. Lewis Fork Baptist Church - Lewis Fork 32:4:(11-21) Approximate 450 graves, dating from the 1800s and 1900s. Boiling Springs Baptist Church Cemetery - Lewis Fork 33:1:(20-22) Around ninety gravesites listed, with all of them buried in the 1900s. Cemetery Records of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church - Lewis Fork (Will be Continue 33:2:(10-14) Around 240 grave sites dating in the late 1800s to the 1900s. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery Continued 33:3:(15-22) Approximately 340 graves, with most buried in the 1900s. Mount Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery Records - Continued 33:4:(17-23) Approximate 260 graves, with most buried in the 1900s. Sandy Creek Baptist Church Cemetery - Traphill Township 34:1:(12-14) Listing of graves beginning with those born in late 1800 - early 1900s. Roaring River Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery - Traphill Township 34:1:(15) List of 33 graves of those born as early as 1836, and extends into the 1900s. Capt. Samuel Johnson Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(14) Records of 13 people buried here, including Capt. Samuel Johnson, Rev. War Soldier. L. W. Holbrook Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(14) A small family cemetery containing only four graves, with all the deceased being born in the 1800s.

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Wesley Joines Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(14) A site containing 17 graves, with dates for people born from 1832 into the 1900s. Solomon Lyon Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(15) Six graves, with dates from the 1800s into the very early 1900s. Swaringen Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(15) Eight graves, with all but one being buried in the 1900s. Lighthouse Assembly Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(15) Eight graves, with most buried in the mid 1900s. James A. Smith Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(15) Only 3 graves here with all of them being members of the Smith Surname from the 1800s. George W. Gentry Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(15) Seven graves with those buried in the 1800s - 1900s. Jacob Brinegar Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(16) Only three graves here, all with the Brinegar surname - Jacob, Nancy, and Infant. Ansel Parks Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(16) Five graves, all with the Park surnames and all buried in the 1800s. Johnson Brown Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(16) Ten graves, with dates in the 1800s and 1900s. James Sparks Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(16) Eleven graves here with mostly Sparks surnames in 1800 and 1900s. James M. Privette Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(16) Only James M. Privette and Matilda B. Privette buried here with no dates given. John Crouse Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(17) One grave of John Crouse who lived and died in the 1800s. Robert A. Johnson Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:2:(17) Thirty graves dating from the late 1800s into the 1900s. Little Stone Mountain Baptist Church - Traphill 34:2:(17) Only five graves here, with most being from the 1900s. Jacob Lyon Cemetery - Traphill 34:3:(26) Only two graves, Jacob Lyon and F, F Fieldstone. Gid Lyon Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:3:(26) Only four graves here with mostly Lyon surname born in 1800s. Tyra York Family Cemetery -Traphill 34:3:(26) Only Dr. Tyra York is buried in this cemetery. Welcome Home Baptist Church - Traphill 34:3:(26) Eleven graves, dating in the 1900s. Samuel E. Johnson Family Cemetery - Traphill 34:3:(26) Four graves, all with the Johnson surname and born in the 1800s. Wilkes County, North Carolina School Census Continued 13:4:(9-12) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC School Census in 1840 for various districts. Wilkes County, North Carolina School Census Continued 14:1:(9-11) A continued list of the Wilkes County North Carolina School Census in Capt. Kilby's District on Warrior Creek, and Districts 20 and 21 on the North and South Sides of the Yadkin in 1840.

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Wilkes County, NC School Census Continued 14:2:(6-11) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC School Census from the 1840 Census for Districts 15, 17, and 18. Wilkes County, North Carolina School Census Continued 14:3:(9-12) A continued list of the Wilkes County, North Carolina School Census from the 1840 Federal Census of the Capts. Gilreath's (10) and Wright's (8) Districts. Wilkes County School Census Continued 14:4:(6-11) A continued list of names of males and females students, with their parents' names, in the Wilkes County Schools in 1840, for Districts 6, 7, & 8. Wilkes County, NC School Census Continued 15:1:(6-8) A continued list of students and the heads of families for Martin's and Capt. Johnson's Districts ­ undated. Wilkes County, NC School Census Continued 15:2:(6-9) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC School Census for various districts in 1841, 1842, and 1843. Wilkes County, NC School Census Continued 16:1:(10-13) A continued list of head of households and names of children attending the Wilkes County, NC Schools in 1841. Wilkes County, NC School Census Continued 16:2:(2-5) A continued list of the head of household and names of children attending the Wilkes Co., NC Schools in various 1840s' years. Wilkes County, NC School Census Continued 16:3:(9-13) A continued list of head of Family and male and female students enrolled in the Wilkes County, NC Schools in the 1840s, with two undated lists also included.

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Wilkes County, NC School Census Continued 16:4:(23-26) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC School Census with heads of families and students listed for 1841 and 1842, plus several districts listed with no dates. 1820 Census for Wilkes County, North Carolina Continued 24:2:(12-15) An explanation and a continued list of those living in Wilkes County, NC in 1820. 1820 Wilkes County Census Continued 24:3:(2-5) A continued transcribed list of some people from Wilkes County 1820 Census. 1820 Wilkes County Census Continued 24:4:(6-12) A continued transcribed list of people that appeared on the 1820 Wilkes County, NC Census. 1820 Census of Wilkes County, North Carolina Continued 25:1:(2-6) Four and a half pages of list of heads of households with number of dependants in the resident. 1820 Census of Wilkes County, North Carolina Continued 25:2:(2-4) Three pages of the continued list of people on the 1820 Wilkes County, North Carolina Census. 1820 Wilkes County Census Continued 25:3:(2-4) Three continued pages of the list of people on the 1820 Wilkes County, North Carolina Census. 1820 Wilkes County Census Continued 25:4:(3-5) Three pages of continued 1820 Wilkes County Census Records. 1860 Census of Adair County, Kentucky 26:1:(14-15) A list of names, plus the state and the county where each person was born in District One in Adair County KY on the 1860 Census. 1830 Census of Wilkes County Continued 26:1:(2-4) Three pages of continued 1830 Wilkes County Census.

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1830 Census of Wilkes County, North Carolina Continued 26:2:(2-6) A continued list of those on the 1830 Wilkes County, NC Census. 1830 Census of Wilkes County, North Carolina Continued 26:3:(2-5) A continued list of those on the 1830 Wilkes County, NC Census. 1830 Census of Wilkes County, NC Continued 26:4:(2-5) Four pages of the continued 1830 Wilkes County Census. 1830 Census - Wilkes County Continued 27:1:(2-5) A continued list of people on the 1830 Wilkes County Census. 1830 Wilkes County Census Continued 27:2:(2-5) Four pages of the continued 1830 Wilkes Co., NC Census. 1830 Wilkes County Census Continued 27:3:(2-5) Four pages of the continued 1830 Wilkes County Census. 1830 Wilkes County Census Continued 27:4:(2-5) Four pages of the continued 1830 Census for Wilkes County. 1830 Census - Wilkes County 28:1:(2-6) Five pages of the transcribed 1830 Wilkes County Census as it appeared on the microfilm. 1830 Census - Wilkes County Continued 28:2:(2-5) Four pages of the 1830 Wilkes County Census. 1830 Census Continued 28:3:(11-14) Four pages continued of the 1830 Wilkes County Census Records 1830 Census Continued 28:4:(6-10) A continued list of 5 pages of the 1830 Wilkes Co., NC 1830 Census. Wilkes County School Census 30:1:(11) A Wilkes County School Census from 27 Oct 1842 pertaining to the Bechnall's District on Hunting Creek, District # 4. Chambers 29:4:(19) A brief history of John Chambers, b. Ca 1760, and his family. Land Grant to Robert Chanler 27:1:(10) One page copy of actual land grant. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(13-14) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for John Chapman on 20 Aug 1832. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(14) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Isaac Chapman on 9 Aug 1819. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(5) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for John Chapman on 7 Nov 1832. Rev. War Pension ­ John Chapman, Sr. ­ Lucy Chapman 12:1:(13) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application made by John Chapman, Sr.'s wife, Lucy Chapman, in 1829. Jordan Chavis 34:3:(10-11) The history of Jordan Chavis during the 1800s. Wilkes County, North Carolina Miscellaneous File 13:3:(13) A short list of declarations to obtain bounty land for service in the Cherokee Indian War in mid 1800. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(11) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Miller Childers on 1 Aug 1822.

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Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:1:(12) A brief abstract of the Rev. Pension for John S. Childress on 9 Jan 1833. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(6) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Mitchell Childress. Revolutionary Pensioner from Amherst County, VA Who Lived in the Counties of 13:1:(12) Abstract of the Rev. War Pension of John Childress from Knox Co., TN on 9 Jan 1833. Brier Creek Church 1783 6:1:(1-2) A history and the charter members of the Brier Creek Baptist Church in Wilkes County, NC, which began in 1783, as well as the Brier Creek Association that was organized in 1822 which consisted of 9 churches. New Hope Church 6:4:(1 & 4) The history of the New Hope Baptist Church in Wilkes County, NC with a list of the original and early members in the 1830s, and a list of graves in the Church's Cemetery prior to 1900. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(15-16) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Amos Church to commence on 4 March 1831. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(16-17) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of John Church on 19 Oct 1833. Brier Creek Baptist Church Minutes Continued 11:1:(20) A list of males and females that were members of the Brier Creek Baptist Church around 1800 (not dated). Minutes Three Forks Baptist Church (1790 ­ 1895) 12:1:(14-15) An undated register of church members, including those received by experience in the early 1790s. Minutes of the Bryar Creek Baptist Church, Wilkes County, NC Continued 12:3:(17-19) A continued list of minutes for the Bryar Creek Baptist Church in Wilkes County, NC from July 1783 to July 1802.

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Minutes of the Bryar Creek Baptist Church, Wilkes County, NC Continued 12:4:(8-11) A continued list of minutes of the Bryar Creek Baptist Church in Wilkes County from Aug. 1802 through Nov. 1823. Minutes of the Bryar Creek Baptist Church in Wilkes County, NC 13:2:(8-11) A list of abstracted excerpts from the minutes of the Bryar Creek Baptist Church in Wilkes County, NC - 26 May 1832 to 22 Dec 1849. Eaton's Baptist Church Record Book 1772-1798 Continued 13:3:(2-4) A continued list of happenings in the Eaton's Baptist Church Records, which is located in Rowan County, NC, 1772-1798.

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Eaton's Baptist Church Record Book 1771-1787, Rowan Co., NC Continued 13:4:(2-5) A continued list of happening as recorded in the Eaton's Baptist Church Record Book in 1779 ­ 1782, including a list of Church Members. Excerpts from the Minutes of the Church of Christ Continued 14:1:(2-5) A continued list of excerpts from the minutes of the Church of Christ on the head of the Yadkin for 9 May 1789 ­ Dec. 1797. Excerpts from the Minutes of the Church of Christ Continued 14:2:(2-5) A continued list of excerpts from the minutes of the Church of Christ dated from Jan. 1798 to April 1812. Excerpts From the Minutes of the Church of Christ Continued 14:3:(2-4) A continued list of excerpts from the minutes of the Church of Christ, beginning in Sept. 1822 to Dec. 1827.

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Excerpts from the Minutes of the Church of Christ Continued 15:2:(14-17) A continued list of excerpts from the minutes of the Church of Christ on the head of the Yadkin from May 1812 to Aug. 1822. The Old Roaring River Primitive Baptist Church Minutes Continued 15:3:(5-7) A continued list of the minutes of the Old Roaring River Primitive Baptist Church from Aug. 1785 through Dec. 1788. Walnut Grove Church 15:3:(8-10) Article contains two lists of members of the Walnut Grove Church - 1865 and 1876. This church is located on Hwy. 16 South in Wilkes County, NC. Excerpts from Church Minutes for Liberty Baptist Church Continued. 16:4:(9-12) A continued list of excerpts from the Liberty Baptist Church Minutes in the Brushy Mountains in Wilkes Co., NC for Nov. 1843 to Mar. 1855. Excerpts from Church Minutes of Liberty Baptist Church Continued 17:1:(2-4) Continued excerpts from church minutes of Liberty Baptist Church in the Brushy Mountains in Wilkes Co., NC from June 1855 ­ Feb. 1862. Excerpts from Church Minutes of Liberty Baptist Church Continued 17:2:(2-4) Continued excerpts from church minutes of Liberty Baptist Church in the Brushy Mountains in Wilkes Co., NC from Feb. 1862 ­ Nov. 1871.

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Liberty Baptist Church Minutes Continued 17:3:(16-18) A continued list of excerpts from the church minutes of Liberty Baptist Church in the Brushy Mountains in Wilkes Co., NC in Dec. 1871 ­ June 1874, with a list of members and notes about the people in the minutes who lived on the Brushies. Church Book Rock Creek Church, Wilkes County, NC 20:2:(19) Beginning on 30 Aug 1849 - 2 June 1857, a list of happenings is stated for the Rock Creek Church in Wilkes Co., NC. Bible of Harrison Church 23:1:(8) The transcribed Bible Records of the Harrison Church's Family dated in the 1800s through 1900s. Some Wilkes County Genealogy from Revolutionary War Pension Files 24:2:(18-19) A source explanation and a short list of some men who applied for a Rev. War Pension from Wilkes Co., NC John Church, William Davis, Benjamin Duncan, & Robert Bingham. Pleasant Home Baptist Church, 1880 - 1989 24:3:(8-11) The history of the Pleasant Home Baptist Church, 1880 - 1989. This article includes lots of names. Bible Records 24:4:(13-14) Two pages of transcribe Bible Records from the Bible of Anna May Strode Church, dating from the late 1800s into the 1900s. Records From the Bible of Anna May Strode Church 25:2:(7) Translated Bible Records of the Church Family from mid 1800 to mid 1900. Church Records in NC 31:2:(21) A list of places to look to obtain church records in North Carolina. Mount Pleasant Baptist Church 33:4:(16) Brief history of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church on US Highway 421 North. Minutes of the Bryar Creek Baptist Church, Wilkes County, NC 13:1:(22-24) Excerpts abstracted from the minutes of the Bryar Creek Baptist Church in Wilkes Co., NC, from Dec. 1823 to March 1832.

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Wilkes County, NC Civil Action Papers Continued 15:1:(16) A continued list of some Wilkes County Civil Court action papers for 1778, and for some with no dates stated. Wilkes Co. Civil Action Papers Continued 15:3:(22) A continued list of the happening in the Civil Court of Wilkes Co., NC, dated in 1778 and 1779. Wilkes County, North Carolina Miscellaneous File 13:3:(10) A short list of people who aided and abetted deserters during the Civil War. Wilkes County, North Carolina Miscellaneous File 13:3:(11-12) A list of Civil War petitions and depositions dated around 1865. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I ­ Vol. 5 21:3:(6-8) A list of historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922. Clanton-Baker Bible 20:3:(18) A transcribed list of Bible Records for the Clanton and Baker Families, dating from 1828 to mid 1950s. Excerpts from Andrew Co., Missouri Newspapers 25:2:(6) Newspaper Excerpts pertaining to Jonathan Wells, John and Rebecca Eddings, and Mrs. Mary W. Clark during the late 1800s. Cleveland Descendants in County of Wilkes Continued 7:1:(10-12) The continued history of Benjamin and Robert Cleveland's family and descendants from the early days of our nation. Cleveland Descendants in County of Wilkes, Part II 7:2:(7-8) Part II of the history of the Cleveland Descendants in Wilkes County, NC, beginning in the late 1700s. Cleveland Descendants in County Of Wilkes, Part III 7:3:(9-10) Part III of the history of the Cleveland Descendants in Wilkes County, NC during the late 1700s and extending for over 100 years. Land Grant to Benjamin Cleveland 27:4:(17) Copy of one page of actual land grant. Land Grant to Benjamin Cleveland 29:2:(5) Copy of one page of a land grant. Wilkes Land and Tax Records for Humphrey Cockerham's Family 30:3:(2-8) The history of the Humphrey Cockerham Family as stated through legal records in the late 1700s and the early 1800s. Addendum to Wilkes Land and Tax Records for Humphrey Cockerham's Family 30:4:(3-4) Additional facts pertaining to the article on the family of Humphrey Cockerham that appeared in a previous WGS Bulletin. Swan Creek's Early Settlers and Humphrey Cockerham 32:3:(6-11) The history of Humphrey Cockerham, born in the 1700s, and his property relationship to others around him. Revolutionary Pensioner from Amherst County, VA Who Lived in the Counties of 13:1:(12) Abstract of the Revolutionary War Pension of Reuben Coffee from Wayne Co., KY on 28 Aug 1832. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(8) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Reuben Coffey on 28 Aug 1832. Coleman 29:4:(18) A very brief history of Robert Coleman who married Elizabeth Rash in 1805. Mahlon & Phoebe Collins 30:1:(19) A brief history of the Mahlon & Phoebe Collins Family from NJ to IN during the 1700s and 1800s.

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Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:1:(12) A brief abstract of the Rev. Pension for John S. Collyer on 11 Nov 1833. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(12) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of George Combs on 1 Aug 1820. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(4) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for George Combs in Sept. 1818. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(9) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for William Combs. Mason Combs of Surry County, North Carolina 12:4:(26) A brief history of the Mason and Sarah Combs' Family from Surry County, NC, beginning in 1714. War Pension Abstract 15:1:(12) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for William Combs in 1855. Thanks to Contributors: Library Fund 32:1:(2) A list of people who donated money to the new Wilkes County Library. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(6) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for George Cook on 20 Jan 1834. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(7) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Isaac Cook, Sr. on 21 June 1834. Bible Records 23:3:(13) The transcribed Bible Records of the Brown, Green, and Cook Families' surnames, dating from the late 1700s through the 1800s. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:4:(12) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for James Cordill, inscribed on Roll on 4 March 1831.

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Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 11:4:(11) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Staphen/Stephen Cordill, inscribed on Roll on 4 Mar 1831. Corrections 1:2:(4) Address corrections and the omission of Miss Nora Ann Hayes being listed as a charter member of the WGS are stated. Errors in Well-Known Book are Reported 3:3:(1-2) Errors on the Benjamin Martin family are highlighted in three books ­ HAPPY VALLEY, ECHOES OF HAPPY VALLEY and in LAND OF WILKES. Inscriptions from stones in the Cottrell Cemetery in IN 22:3:(14) A list of burial sites in Indiana for 5 members of the Thomas Cottrell Family from the 1800s. Thomas was born in Wilkes Co., NC. Wilkes County, NC County Court Minutes Continued 14:1:(12-16) A continued list of happenings in the Wilkes County, NC Court Proceedings for Sept. 1779 ­ Oct. 1784. Wilkes County Court Houses 9:2:(13) A short article describing the different Wilkes County, NC Court Houses from the County's beginnings in 1778. Criminal and Civil Action Papers 8:4:(14-15) A list of names and comments pertaining to various people in the Wilkes County, NC Criminal and Civil Action Papers in the late 1700s and early 1800s. Wilkes County, NC Court of P&Qs Minutes Continued 12:4:(13-16) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC Court of P&Qs Minutes from Aug. 1803 to May 1808.

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Wilkes County, NC Court of P & QS Minutes Continued 13:1:(18-21) A continued list of excerpts from the Wilkes County, NC Court of P & QS Minutes in 1808 to 1813. Wilkes County, NC Court of P& QS Minutes Continued 13:2:(16-19) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC Court of P&QS minutes from 6 May 1813 to 4 Aug 1817. File C.R. 104.325, Wilkes County Civil Action Papers 13:3:(21-22) Articles of agreement made and entered into by several men from Wilkes Co. with various companies in other counties involving land transactions. Wilkes County, NC Court of P& Qs Minutes Continued 13:3:(5-10) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC Court of P&Qs Minutes, dated 6 Aug 1817 to 3 Aug 1821. Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes Continued 14:4:(12-14) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes involving orphan indentures, guardian bonds, and bastardy bonds for 1778 - 1784.

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Wilkes County, NC Criminal Action Papers Continued 14:4:(15-16) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes involving Criminal Action Papers from 1789 through 1817. Wilkes County, NC County Court Minutes Continued 15:2:(18-19) A continued list of events that occurred in the Wilkes County NC County Court Minutes around 1778 to 1784. Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes Continued 15:3:(17-18) The Wilkes County, NC County Court minutes for 1778 through 1784 which involve the grist and saw mills that were established in the County; plus a few other items of interest during the late 1770s and early 1780s. Superior Court Minutes Continued 16:4:(20-22) A continued list of happening in the Wilkes County Superior Court minutes for 1807 - 1830. Wilkes County Court Minutes, Vol. I Continued 19:1:(18-19) A continued list of abstracted Wilkes County Court Minutes, Vol. I, dating in the late 1770s. Wilkes County Court Minutes, Vol. 1 Continued 19:2:(16-17) A continued list of the Wilkes County, North Carolina County Court Minutes, Vol. I around the latter part of 1700s. Wilkes County Court Minutes, Vol. I Continued 19:3:(14-16) A continued list of Wilkes County, North Carolina County Court Minutes, Vol. I dated 1778 - 1779. Wilkes County Court of P & Qs Minutes Continued 19:4:(16-18) A continued list of the Wilkes County, North Carolina Court Minutes, Vol. I in 1779. Wilkes County Court Minutes, Vol. I Continued 20:1:(15-16) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC County Court Minutes, Vol. I from 7 Sept 1779 - 10 Sept 1779. Wilkes County Court Minutes, Vol. I Continued 20:2:(15-17) A continued list of Wilkes County Court Minutes, Vol. I from 10 Sept 1779 - 8 March 1780. Wilkes County, NC County Court Minutes, Vol. I Continued 20:3:(13-16) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC County Court Minutes, Vol. I, from March 1780 - September 1780. Wilkes County, NC County Court Minutes, Vol. I Continued 20:4:(12-15) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes out of Vol. I around 1780.into 1781. County Court Minutes Continued 21:1:(12-14) A continued list of Wilkes Co., NC County Court Minutes, Vol. I from Sept. - Dec. 1781. Wilkes County Court Minutes Continued 21:2:(13-18) A list of Wilkes County, North Carolina County Court Minutes Vol. I, dated from 5 Dec 1781 to 29 Oct 1783.

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Wilkes County Court Minutes 21:2:(8) A road jury report from 30 Oct 1821 from Wilkesboro to Holman's Ford. Wilkes County Court Minutes Continued 21:3:(9-14) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC court minutes Vol. I, dating around mid 1780s. Random Superior Court Minutes of Wilkes County 21:4:(13) A random list of Wilkes County, NC Superior Court Minutes in the 1811 - 1830 era. Wilkes County, NC County Court Minutes Vol. I Continued 21:4:(9-12) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC County Court Minutes in Vol. I for 28 July 1784 to 28 Oct 1784. Wilkes County Court Minutes Continued 22:1:(9-13) A continued list of Wilkes Co., NC Court Minutes, Vol. II, beginning on 25 Jan 1785-1 Nov 1788. Wilkes County Court Minutes Continued 22:2:(11-16) A continued list of the Wilkes County Court Minutes, Vol. II beginning on 25 Jan 1785 and going to 24 Jan 1786. Wilkes County Court Minutes, Vol. II Continued 22:3:(16-20) A continued list of Wilkes County Court Minutes from Vol. II, from 24 April 1786 to 26 July 1786. Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes, Vol. II Continued 22:4:(14-22) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes, Vol. II from 26 July 1786 to 26 April 1787. Wilkes County, North Carolina Court Minutes, Vol. II Continued 23:1:(10-17) A continued list of Wilkes County Court Minutes from 15 Jan 1785 - 1 Nov 1788. Wilkes County, North Carolina Court Minutes, Vol. II Continued 23:2:(8-15) A continued list of Wilkes County Court Minutes from 25 Jan 1785 - 1 Nov 1788. Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes, Vol. II Continued 23:3:(15-18) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes, Vol. II, from 25 Jan 1785 through 1 Nov 1788. Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes, Vol. II Continued. 24:1:(13-15) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes between 25 Jan 1785 through 1 Nov 1788. Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes, Vol. II Continued 24:2:(7-11) A continued list of Wilkes Count, NC Court Minutes from 25 Jan 1785 - 1 Nov 1788. Wilkes County, North Carolina Court of P&Qs Minutes Continued 13:4:(14-16) Continued happenings in the Wilkes County, NC Court of P&Qs, mostly those sworn in for offices and tavern and/or ordinary licenses for 1778-1784. Wilkes County, NC Court of P& Qs Minutes Continued 12:3:(13-16) A continued list of happenings in the Wilkes County, NC Court of P&Qs Minutes, dated in Oct. 1798 to Aug. 1803. Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes, Vol. II Continued 23:4:(6-9) A continuance of the Wilkes County, NC Court Minutes, Vol. II from 25 Jan 1785 to 1 Nov 1788. Wilkes County Courthouse 3:2:(1) A brief historical record and picture of the Wilkes County Courthouse that was erected in 1902. Land Grant to Ephraim Cox 28:1:(9) One page copy of an actual land grant on Kings Creek. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:4:(14-15) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Jarrett Crabb on 1 Aug 1826. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(8) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Archillus Craft on 17 Oct 1832.

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Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(6) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Archillus Craft on 17 Oct 1832. Land Grant to Charles Crenshaw 27:3:(14) One page copy of an actual land grant. Wilkes County Criminal Action Papers 15:3:(10) A small collection of criminal actions suits filed in Wilkes County, NC in the 1850s. Revolutionary Pensioner from Amherst County, VA Who Lived in the Counties of 13:1:(12-13) Abstract of the Rev. War Pension of Richard Crittenden from Bartholomew Co., IN. Crysel Confusion Solved 6:2:(1) A brief article on the history of Jeremiah Crysel and his family, dating in the 1800s. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:2:(9) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Jeremiah Crysel on 2 Feb. 1831. Pensioners of War of 1812 ­ Rev. War 13:1:(16) Abstract of Pensioner of War of 1812 for John Crysel from Wilkes Co., NC. Jeremiah Crysel 24:1:(5-7) A history of the Jeremiah and Mary Bruce Crysel's Family and some of their descendants from the late 1700s to the 1800s. Bible Records 1:1:(2) The Bible Record of the Crystal and Bumgarner families, beginning in the 1760s and extending in mid 1800s. Bible Record 18:3:(12) The Bumgarner-Culler Bible Record which is dated in the 1800s. Revolutionary War Pensions 11:3:(19) Abstracted Revolutionary War Pension Application of Joshua Curtis from the District of West TN on 10 April 1818. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(6) A list of brief historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922. Capt. John Darnell Revolutionary Soldier 2:2:(8) A history of the John Darnell family, dating from the 1700s. Darnells in Wilkes Land Records 29:2:(10-15) A summary of the land records for the surname of Darnell in the late 1700s in Wilkes County, NC, in relationship to their genealogy. Bible Record 5:4:(4) The Bible Record of William Davis and his family that went to Hopkins Co., KY from Wilkes Co., NC in 1805. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(7) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for William Davis on 8 Oct 1832. Some Wilkes County Genealogy from Revolutionary War Pension Files 24:2:(18-19) A source explanation and a short list of some men who applied for a Rev. War Pension from Wilkes Co., NC John Church, William Davis, Benjamin Duncan, & Robert Bingham. Revolutionary War Pension Statement of James Davis, R2745 24:3:(14-16) The translated copy of the Rev. War Pension Application for James Davis on 28 Aug 1832. Joshua Davis - Rev. War 30:1:(16-18) Rev. War Pension Application, land records, and other translated records of Joshua Davis from the Rev. War Era.

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Record of Deaths, Caldwell County Continued 5:4:(1,4) A continued list of deaths in Caldwell County, NC as recorded by the Rev. M. D. Smith, which was obtained from various preachers in the last part of the 1800s to early 1900s. Caldwell Deaths Continued 6:1:(4) A continued list of deaths from 1902 - 1905 in Caldwell Co., NC from a record kept by the Rev. M. D. Smith. Deaths, Caldwell Co., NC Continued 6:3:(3-4) A continued list of deaths in Caldwell Co., NC as recorded by the Rev. M. D. Smith for 1902-1907. Wilkes County Poor House 7:4:(13) Deaths taken from a paper which belonged to the Rev. John N. Brooks, one time keeper of the Poor House in Wilkes County, NC for 1899 ­1911. Death Records Continued 8:1:(14-15) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC for 1913 & 1914 in Wilkesboro and North Wilkesboro. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 8:2:(15-16) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC in 1915, mostly in North Wilkesboro ­ with one in the Antioch Township too. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 8:4:(5) A continued list of Wilkes County Deaths in 1914 in the Antioch and Beaver Creek Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 9:1:(10) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, North Carolina in 1913-1914 from the Boomer Township. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 9:2:(15) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC in 1913 and 1914 in the Boomer, Brushy Mtn., and Edwards Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 9:3:(10) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC in the Edwards Township in 1914. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 9:4:(3-4) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC in the Edwards, Elk, and Jobs Cabin Townships in 1914.

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Wilkes County Deaths Continued 10:1:(14-15) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes Co., NC for 1913-1914 in the Lewis Fork, Lovelace, Moravian Falls, and Mulberry Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 10:2:(17-19) A continued list of those who died in Wilkes Co., NC in 1913 in the Mulberry, New Castle, North Wilkesboro, Reddies River and Rock Creek Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 10:3:(19-20) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC in 1913 & 1914 in the Somers, Stanton and Traphill Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 10:4:(18-19) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC for 1914 in the Traphill, Union, Walnut Grove, and Wilkesboro Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 11:1:(21-22) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC to 1915, in the Wilkesboro District. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 11:2:(19-21) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes Co., NC in 1916 in the Antioch, Beaver Creek and Edwards Townships.

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Wilkes County Deaths Continued 11:3:(23-25) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC for 1916 in the Edward, Boomer, Brushy Mt., Elk, Jobs Cabin, and Lewis Fork Townships. Wilkes County Death Records Continued 11:4:(25-26) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes Co., NC for 1915 in the Lewis Fork, Moravian Falls, Mulberry, and New Castle Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 12:1:(19-20) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC in 1916 in the New Castle and North Wilkesboro Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 12:2:(25-26) A continued list of Wilkes County Deaths in 1916 in the North Wilkesboro, Reddies River and the Rock Creek Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 12:3:(29-30) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC in 1916, in the Somers, Stanton, and Traphill Townships. North Carolina Mortality Schedule 12:4:(21) A list of people who died during the year ending 1 June 1850 in Wilkes County, NC. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 12:4:(29-30) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC in 1916 in the Union and Walnut Grove Townships. North Carolina Mortality Schedule 13:1:(29-30 ) A list of person who died mostly in Wilkes County, NC the first half of 1860 ­ a few from Ashe & Surry Cos. listed too. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 13:1:(30-31) A continued list of people who died in Wilkes County, NC in 1916 from the Anitoch, Beaver Creek, and Brushy Mt. Townships. List of Deaths Found Recorded in Brier Creek Church Minutes 13:2:(11) A list of 24 members' deaths from the members of the Brier Creek Church, from 1821 to 1863. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 13:2:(20-21) A list of deaths in 1916 in the Edwards and Elk Townships in Wilkes County, NC. North Carolina Mortality Schedule Continued 13:2:(22-23) A list of people who died during the first half of 1870 in Wilkes County, NC in various townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 13:3:(23-24) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC in 1916 from Vol. C, involving five townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 13:4:(21-22) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, NC for 1916 in the Mulberry, New Castle, and North Wilkesboro Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 14:1:(21-22) A continued list of some deaths in Wilkes Co., NC from Vol. C, Deaths to 1916. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 14:2:(16-17) A continued list of Wilkes County Deaths from Vol. C, Deaths to 1916. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 14:3:(18) A continued list of some deaths in Wilkes County, NC from Vol. C, Deaths to 1916. Excerpts from the Wilkes Patriot 21:4:(6-7) Brief excerpts from the Wilkes Patriot Newspaper in 1907-1909. Most listing deals with short death notices.

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Wilkes County Deaths Continued 23:1:(2-5) Continued Wilkes County Deaths occurred in 1917 in the Antioch, Brushy Mt., Beaver Creek, Edwards, and Jobs Cabin Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 23:2:(2-5) A continued list of deaths in the Lewis Fork, Lovelace, Moravian Falls, Mulberry, New Castle, and Rock Creek Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 23:3:(2-5) A continued list of deaths in Wilkes County, North Carolina in 1917 in the Reddies River, Somers, Stanton, Traphill, and Union Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 23:4:(2-5) The continued list of Wilkes County Deaths in 1917 from the Union, Walnut Grove, Wilkesboro Townships, and two from the Town of Wilkesboro in 1916. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 24:1:(2-4) A continued list of deaths from 1916 and 1917 in the Town of North Wilkesboro. Taken from the "Death Records of Washington County, Virginia, 1853-1892" 24:3:(24) A list of the deaths of 4 people born in western NC that died in Washington Co., VA in the mid 1800s - Bullen, Carson, Inman, and Widener. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 26:2:(7-10) A continued list of those dying in Town of Wilkesboro, Town of North Wilkesboro, and Antioch and Boomer Townships - some in 1916, 1917, and 1918. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 26:3:(9-12) A list of various people who died in the Boomer, Brushy Mountain, Elk, and Edwards Townships in 1918. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 26:4:(6-9) A continued list of those dying in the Edwards, Lewis Fork, Lovelace, and Moravian Falls Townships in 1918. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 27:1:(6-9) A list of those who died in 1918 in the Moravian Falls, Mulberry, New Castle, and North Wilkesboro, Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 27:2:(6-9) A continued list of those buried in the North Wilkesboro Township that died in 1918. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 27:3:(6-9) Continuing the list of deaths in Wilkes County in 1918. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 27:4:(6-9) Continued list of those who died in Somers, Stanton, Traphill, Union, and Walnut Grove Townships in 1918.

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Wilkes County Deaths Continued 28:2:(6-9) A continued list of those dying in 1918/1919 in the Walnut Grove, Wilkesboro, and North Wilkesboro Townships. Wilkes County Deaths Continued 28:3:(15-19) A continued list of those who died in the N. Wilkesboro, Wilkesboro, Antioch, Beaver Creek, and Boomer Townships.

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Wilkes County Deaths Continued 28:4:(11-14) A continued list of death records in the Boomer, Brushy Mountain, Elk, Jobs Cabin, Lewis Fork, and Lovelace Townships in 1919. Wilkes County Death Certificates 29:1:(7-11) A list of 65 Wilkes County Death Certificates from Book 5, beginning on 5 Apr 1919, and ending on 18 June 1919.

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Wilkes County Death Certificates 29:2:(16-19) A list of around 52 Wilkes County Death Certificates continued from 1919 in Book 5. Wilkes County Death Certificates Continued 29:4:(20-24) Some listed in Book 5 of the Wilkes County Death Certificates for those who died in 1919. Debord Family Bible 14:4:(19) The Bible of the Reuben and Elizabeth Groseclose Debord Family, beginning in 1816. Ashe County, NC Deed Book A, B & 2 Continued 13:1:(7-10) A continued list of deed recorded in Ashe County, NC from Oct. 1799 ­ Nov. 1801. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book A 1 Continued 15:1:(2-5) A continued list of land deeds from Wilkes County, NC, dated 1779. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book A-1 Continued 15:2:(2-5) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC deeds dated around 1779 to 1782. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book A-1 Continued 15:3:(2-4) A continued list of deeds from the Wilkes County, NC Deed Book A-1 with items recorded in 1779 to 1795. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book A-1 Continued 15:4:(2-6) A continued list of the deeds recorded in Wilkes Co., NC during the 1779- 1783 era. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book A-l Continued 16:1:(2-5) A continued list of Wilkes County Deeds dated in the early 1780s. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book A-1 Continued 16:3:(2-4) A continued list of items from the Wilkes County, NC Deed Book A-1, dated in the early 1780s. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book A 1 Continued 16:4:(2-5) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC deeds for the early 1780s. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book A-1 Continued 17:1:(25-26) A continued list of deeds in Wilkes County, NC from 1782 ­ 1784. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book A ­1 Continued 17:2:(15-18) A continued list of deeds in Wilkes County, NC from the 1782 ­1785 era. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book A-1 Continued 17:3:(2-4) A continued list of deeds in Wilkes County, NC, mostly in 1784. Deed Book A ­ 1 Continued 17:4:(25) A continued list of deeds as recorded in the Wilkes Co., NC Deed Book A-1 in the mid 1780s. Wilkes Deed Book A-1 Continued 18:2:(9-11) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC deeds from Book A-1, dating in the 1780s. Wilkes Deed Book B-1 Continued 18:3:(9-12) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC deeds from Deed Book B-1, dated in the 1780s. Wilkes Deed Book B-1 Continued 18:4:(10-12) A continued list of deeds from Wilkes County, NC in the late 1780s. Wilkes Deed Book B-1 Continued 19:1:(10-12) A Continued List of Wilkes County, NC Deed from Book B-1, mostly in the late 1780s. Wilkes Deed Book B-1 Continued 19:2:(9-11) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC deeds from Book B-1 around the 1790 era. Deed Book B-1 Continued 19:3:(6-9) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC deeds from Book B-1, dating from the late 1780s to the early 1790s.

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Wilkes Deed Book B-1 Continued 19:4:(8-11) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC deeds in the 1780s and 1790s. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book B-1 Continued 20:1:(6-9) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC Deed from Book B-1, mostly in the early 1790s. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book B 1 Continued 20:2:(6-9) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC Deed Book, B-1 from mostly in the early 1790s. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book B-1 Continued 20:3:(9-12) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC Deed Book B-1, mostly dating in the early 1790s. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book B-1 Continued 20:4:(8-11) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC Deed abstracted from around the late 1780s, and the first part of the 1790s. Wilkes Deed Book B-1 Continued 21:1:(8-11) A continued list of Wilkes Co., NC deeds in the early 1790s era. Wilkes County Deed Book B-1 Continued 21:2:(12) A list of 3 deeds from the late 1700s that ends the deeds listed in Deed Book B-1. Wilkes Deed Book B-1 Continued 21:2:(6) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC deeds around the middle of the 1790s. Wilkes County Deed Book C-1 Continued 21:3:(2-5) A continued list of Wilkes County Deeds from mid 1770s. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book C-1 Continued 21:4:(2-5) A list of land deeds from Wilkes County, NC around the late 1770s and mid 1780's. Wilkes County Deed Book, C-1 Continued 22:1:(2-6) A list of deeds from the Wilkes County Deed Book, C-1 from 18 Sept 1787 - 13 Nov 1798. Wilkes County Deed Book, C-1 Continued 22:2:(2-6) A continued list of Wilkes County Deeds from Book C-1 that dates around 1799 and 1800. Wilkes County Deed Book, C1 Continued 22:3:(2-11) A continued list of Wilkes County Deeds from Book C-1, dating mostly in the 1800 - 1802 time periods. Wilkes County, NC Deed Book, C-1 Continued 22:4:(2-13) A continued list of Wilkes County, North Carolina Deeds mostly from the C-1 Book for the 1801 - 1802 time period. Wilkes Co. Deed Book C 1 Continued 23:3:(6-9) A continued list of Wilkes County deeds from the early 1800s. Denney Family 28:4:(15-22) The history of Dr. Zachariah C. Denney and his descendants - Elijah, Levi, Simpson, and Joseph Crittenden beginning in the 1700s, including charts and other records. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(8) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Elijah Denny on 12 Sept 1832. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(6) A list of brief historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922. Land Grants to James Dier 27:4:(13,16) Actual copy of two pages for two different land grants.

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Land Grant for James Dier 28:1:(8) Land grant for James Dier on Solomons' Branch. Land Grant of Jno Dier 29:2:(3) A copy of the cover page of a land grant. Wilkes County, NC Divorce Records 11:2:(14-16) A list of Wilkes County, NC divorces for 1820 through 1887. Thomas Douglas Family Bible 18:4:(13) Dated in the 1800s, the Bible Records of Thomas Douglas Family who resided in Wilkes & Surry Cos., NC. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(8) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for William Duggar on 9 June 1853. Bible Record of Chapman Duncan 12:1:(12) The Bible Record of Chapman Duncan and some of his descendants, beginning in 1812. Bible Record of Daniel Duncan 12:1:(12) The Bible record of Daniel Duncan and some of his descendants, beginning in 1848. Duncan Family Cemetery 15:1:(13) Fourteen graves found in the old Duncan Family Cemetery, located on the old Moravian Falls Hwy. Wilkes County, NC. W. J. Duncan Family Bible 20:1:(19) The Bible Records of the Wm. J. Duncan Family and some of his descendants, from the late 1800s into the 1900s. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(6) A list of brief historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922. Some Wilkes County Genealogy from Revolutionary War Pension Files 24:2:(18-19) A source explanation and a short list of some men who applied for a Rev. War Pension from Wilkes Co., NC John Church, William Davis, Benjamin Duncan, & Robert Bingham. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(2) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Mastin Durham in Aug 1832. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(4) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Manoah Dyer on 19 Nov 1832. Excerpts from Andrew Co., Missour Newspapers 25:2:(6) Newspaper Excerpts pertaining to Jonathan Wells, John and Rebecca Eddings, and Mrs. Mary W. Clark during the late 1800s. Revolutionary Pensioner from Amherst County, VA Who Lived in the Counties of 13:1:(14) Abstract of the Revolutionary War Pension of William Edmiston from Wilkes Co., NC on 2 Aug 1844. Elledge 12:2:(15) A short history of Thornberry Elledge and his family and some of his descendants, beginning in the 1700s. Bible Records of Elrod and Mikeal 21:4:(8) The Bible Records of two families - Adam and Nancy Phillips Elrod and Enoch Reeves and Winnie Marie Church Mikeal - dated from the late 1700s to the first third of the 1900s. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(16) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Thomas Epperson on 27 Sept 1843.

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Wilkes County Equity Minute Docket - To Be Continued 20:1:(10-11) A continued list of excerpts from the 1819 - 1835 era of the Wilkes county Equity Minute Docket. This involves various Names. Wilkes County Equity Minute Docket Continued 20:2:(10-11) A continued list of excerpts from the Wilkes County Equity Minute Docket from 1835 - 1860. Wilkes County Equity Minute Docket Continued 20:3:(17) A continued list of Wilkes County Equity Minute Docket, I Volume with approximately 100 voters listed on pages placed over a page of the docket for 1840 and an unlisted year. Wilkes County Equity Minute Docket Continued 20:4:(16) A continued list of abstracted Wilkes County Equity Minutes - Voters listed on pages paced over page of minute docket. There are three columns of names on this page - around 100. Administrators of Estates in Wilkes County, NC Continued 18:1:(13-14) A continued list of administrators of estates in Wilkes County, NC from the 1820s to mid 1830s. Administrators of Estates in Wilkes County, NC Continued 18:2:(13-14) A list of administrators of estates appointed by the Wilkes Co., NC Courts dated from July 1836 to Jan. 1853. Administrators of Estates, Wilkes County Continued 18:3:(13-14) A continued list of administrators of estates in Wilkes County, NC from Jan. 1853 through July 1861. Administrators of Estates, Wilkes County Continued 18:4:(14-15) A continued list of administrators of estates appointed by the Wilkes County, NC Court, dated in the 1860s. Administrators of Estates in Wilkes County, NC Continued 19:1:(14-15) A list of administrators of estates in Wilkes County, NC, dated in the 1860s. From the Patriot 21:3:(24) A brief death announcement for Mrs. Albert Evans in 1907.

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Estates

Spring 1984

Summer 1984 Fall 1984

Winter 1984

Spring 1985

Evans Fairchilds

Fall 1987

Winter 1995 Fall 1999

Land Grant to Ebenezar Fairchilds

Land Grant to Ebenezar Fairchilds 33:3:(6) Copy of one page of a land grant. William Farthing of Wales, England 2:4:(1,4) A brief history of William and Mary Farthings and some of their descendants from Wales, England to VA and then to NC. Is Your Name Here? 6:1:(6) A list of Elza Felts' shoe and boot, etc, customers in 1850 ­ 1880, from Wilkes Co., NC. Ferguson Bible Records 21:3:(15-16) A transcribed list of Bible Records for members of the Ferguson surname, beginning in mid 1700s and extending throughout the 1800s. Wilkes County, NC Criminal Action Papers 15:1:(11) A law suite against John Finley, Merchant, in 1812 by James Brown, Esqr. Inventory of Notes, John Finley's Store Continued 18:1:(15-17) A continued list of notes/person' names - A through L - found in John Finley's Store papers in the 1820s. Inventory of Notes Continued 18:2:(15-17) A continued list of John Finley's Store Inventory of Notes dated mostly in the 1820s. Inventory of Judgements Continued 18:3:(15-17) A continued list of Inventory of Judgements in John Finley's Store, dated mostly in the 1820.

Farthing

Nov. 1968

Felts Ferguson

Feb. 1972 Fall 1987

Finley

Spring 1981 Spring 1984

Summer 1984 Fall 1984

29

Keyword Finley

Issue

Winter 1984

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Post Sheets, John Finley Store Continued 18:4:(16-18) A continued list of post sheets or little booklets in John Finley's Papers from 1831 and 1833. John Finley's Store Accounts Continued 19:1:(16-17) A continued list of approximately 200 names of people who had dealings with the store owned by John Finley, most undated; however, some are dated in the 1820s. John Finley Store Accounts Continued 19:2:(13-14) A continued list of the John Finley story accounts, with some undated and some possibly dated 30 Aug 1832. John Finley Accounts Continued 19:2:(15) Bits and pieces from John Finley loose papers from Charleston, SC on 30 April 1817. A Letter from John Finley Papers 19:2:(8) A transcribed letter from the John Finley Papers from Jefferson, NC on 26 Dec 1829 pertaining to a store account. John Finley Store Accounts Continued 19:3:(11-13) A continued list of accounts sent by Capt. Eli Petty to Tennessee to collect for J. F., with post sheet for July 1836. Items of interest also found in original papers of Major John Finley with various dates in the early 1800s. John Finley Original Papers Continued 19:4:(13-15) A continued list of miscellaneous papers found in John Finley's original papers, dated mostly in the 1830s. John Finley Original Papers 20:1:(12-14) A series of miscellaneous materials from the John Finley Store's original papers in 1836. John Finley Original Papers Continued 20:2:(12) A continued list of accounts on a few sheets of paper which suggest a Gold Mining Co. in Burke County, NC The Bouchelle, Finley, Wilson Connections 29:4:(4-10) Three generations of the Major John Finley Family, beginning in 1778 in Augusta Co., VA and ending in Wilkes County in the 1800s. Actual copies of family records are also included in the article. Fletcher Family Record 7:1:(8) The family record of Enoch and Mary Fletcher from the Purlear Community of Wilkes Co., NC, dating from the late 1700s. James Fletcher 26:3:(17) An actual copy of one page of a land grant. 1864 Civil War Letter Copied 5:3:(1,4) A copy of a letter written during the Civil War from John A. Foster to his uncle, Thomas J. Foster, in Canton Texas. Foster Family Information 12:1:(10) A brief history of Wilson Foster in mid 1850. Wilson Foster was the father of Laura Foster, who was involved in the Tom Dula's murder trial. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(11) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Francis Fox on 30 April 1821. The Bible of Doctor Fletcher Fox 24:2:(23) A translated list of births, marriages, and deaths from the Bible of Dr. Fletcher Fox in mid 1800s to 1900s. Land Grant 33:3:(7) The first page of Vannoy Francis' 1779 land grant. Bible Record 4:3:(4) The Bible record of the Shadrack and Judith Franklin family, dated from the 1700s.

Spring 1985

Summer 1985 Summer 1985 Summer 1985

Fall 1985

Winter 1985

Spring 1986

Summer 1986 Winter 1995

Fletcher

Feb. 1973

Fall 1992

Foster

Sept. 1971

Spring 1978

Fox

Fall 1976

Summer 1990

Francis Franklin

Fall 1999

Aug. 1970

30

Keyword Frazer

Issue

Spring 1979

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Revolutionary Pensioner from Amherst County, VA Who Lived in the Counties of 13:1:(13) Abstract of the Revolutionary War Pension of Micajah Frazer from Jackson County, MO on 2 May 1836. Frontier Protection Orders 13:3:(19-20) A list of orders and a list of men who assisted in the protection of the frontier as led by Capt. William Lenoir and Capt. Herndon in Surry Co., NC in 1780-1781. Land Grant to John Fugit 30:2:(5) Actual copy of one page of the land grant made to John Fugit. Old Gambill Cemetery, Martha, Lawrence County, Kentucky 14:1:(6-7) A list of graves in the Old Gambill Cemetery in Martha, Lawrence County, Kentucky. Where They Came From 21:4:(14-16) The history of the Henry and Mary Davenport Gambill, Sr. Family from Culpeper, Virginia. Their sons - William, John, and Martin - relocated in Wilkes County, NC around the Rev. War Period. John Gambill, Sr., An Early Settler of Wilkes County, North Carolina 32:2:(5-7) The history of John Gambill, Sr., born around 1748, and his family, with two copies of land grants. Martin Cleveland Gambill, Sr. An Early Settler of Wilkes/Ashe Counties, North Ca 32:3:(12-21) The history of Martin Gambill, Sr., born on 29 May 1750, and his family, with actual copies of land grants. William Gambill, Sr., An Early Settler of Wilkes County, North Carolina. 32:4:(2-10) The history of the William Gambill, Sr. Family who resided in Wilkes County during the Rev. War Period, including actual copies of will and land grants. Land Grant for Isaac Garison 28:1:(7) One page copy of a land grant given in 1778. Land Grant to William Garrell 27:2:(10) One page copy of a land grant. Revolutionary War Pensioners 12:2:(28) An abstract of James Garrison's Rev. War Pension filed in Greene Co., IL on 2 April 1833. Land Grant to Isaac Garrison 28:3:(2) Copy of one page of a land grant located on Wheatleys' Creek.

Frontier Rangers Fall 1979

Fugit Gambill

Summer 1996 Spring 1980 Winter 1987

Summer 1998 Fall 1998

Winter 1998

Garison Garrell Garrison

Spring 1994

Summer 1993 Summer 1978 Fall 1994

May World Conference Genealogical Society 1969 3:2:(3) An announcement pertaining to a World Conference on Records and Convention and Seminar on Genealogy that was scheduled in Salt Lake City, Utah on 5-8 Aug 1969. Feb. 1974

NC State Genealogical Society in the Making 8:1:(3) The NC Literary and Historical Assoc. met in Nov. 1973 to discuss and plan the North Carolina State Genealogical Society. North Carolina Genealogical Society 8:2:(16) An organizational meeting on 22 June 1974 was scheduled to complete the formation of the North Carolina Genealogical Society. Looking for a Researcher? 28:4:(27) The Lassens are two certified Genealogical Records Specialists that do research for people in the Wilkes County, NC area. Gentry Family Bible 15:4:(6) The Nicholas Gentry Family and some of his descendants' Bible Records, beginning in the 1700s. Bible Record 18:2:(12) The Bible Records of Thomas Didamus German, Sr., the 4th child of Charles and Catharine Keller German, dating in the 1800s.

May 1974

Genealogists

Winter 1994

Gentry German

Winter 1981

Summer 1984

31

Keyword Gilliam

Issue

Feb. 1973 May 1973

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

William Gillum, Revolutionary Soldier 7:1:(13-14) A brief history of the William Gillum Family, beginning in the late 1700s. Gilliam ­ Hampton 7:2:(5) Additional information on the William Gillum/Gilliam Family and some of his descendants which first appeared in the Feb. 1973 Bulletin. "Beginning of the Gilreath's" 12:1:(13) A brief early history of the Gilreath Family in America. Alexander Gilreath 24:1:(17-19) A translated copy of Alexander Gilreath's Rev. War Pension Application, beginning in 1832. William Gilreath 24:1:(20-21) A translated copy of William Gilreath's Rev. War Pension Application, beginning in 1832. Land Grant to William Gilreath 27:4:(14) Copy of one page of actual land grant. Gilreath Family 31:4:(12-17) The history of the Gilreath Family beginning in the 1700s, and extending into the 1800s, with emphasizes on Civil War Service. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(4) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for William S. Gipson on 19 Apr 1832. Bible Record 1:2:(2) The Bible Record and a brief history of the family of William Hendren, beginning in the 1700s. Goforth Family Record 19:1:(13) The transcribed Bible Records of the Thomas and Mildren (Milly) Foster Goforth, Jr. Family and some of their descendants. These records begin in the l600s. Gordon Family Bible 21:3:(19) Bible Records of Cornelius C. Gordon and his family from Georgia dated in the late 1800s into the early 1900s. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(7) A list of brief historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922. Bible of James Gordon & Victoria Teague Pearson 24:3:(21) Transcribed list of mostly births with the Pearson, Teague, and Broyhill surnames in the late 1800s and early 1900s. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(8) A brief abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for John Grant on 20 Nov 1832. Family Records 22:1:(14-15) Family records contained within the Rev. War Pension of Samuel Gray, which include mostly the births of family members, and a sequential list of application procedures. Benjamin Grayson Mystery 32:2:(8-11) The history of Benjamin Grayson, Sr., born before 1758, from NC to TN, and the attempt to find his roots. Bible Records 23:3:(13) The transcribed Bible Records of the Brown, Green, and Cook Families' surnames, dating from the late 1700s through the 1800s. Land Grant for Peter Greenstreet 33:3:(4) Copy of one page of a land grant.

Gilreath

Spring 1978 Spring 1990 Spring 1990 Winter 1993 Winter 1997

Gipson Glascock Goforth

Winter 1976 Oct. 1967

Spring 1985

Gordon

Fall 1987

Fall 1987

Fall 1990

Grant Gray

Winter 1976

Spring 1988

Grayson Green

Summer 1998 Fall 1989

Greenstreet

Fall 1999

32

Keyword Greer

Issue

Winter 1980 Winter 1985

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Greer Family Bible 14:4:(20-21) The Family Bible of the Greer Family beginning in 1843, and extending into mid 1950s. Palmer Family Bible Records 19:4:(22) A transcribed list of the Palmer Family Bible Records, beginning in the late 1700s. Since W. Palmer & E Greer married on 13 April 1853, some Greer surnames are included. John Greer (Greyer) 26:4:(11) Copy of one page of actual land grant. Greer/Parsons 30:1:(12-15) The history of William Hardin Parsons and Cynthia Greer and their descendants in the early 1800s from NC to KY. The records of the Isaac Parsons' Cemetery are also included. Jesse Greer Note Book 33:4:(10-15) Actual copies of the pages of the historical dates for the Jesse Greer Family, beginning in 1800. Descendants Of Joshua Greer of Wilkes and Caldwell Counties 34:1:(2-11) The history of the Greer Family beginning with Joshua Greer, b. 11 Aug 1801. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(12) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Thomas Grimsley on 31 Oct 1820. Guardian Bonds, Indentures, Etc. Wilkes County Continued 18:1:(18-20) A continued list of Guardian bonds, indentures, etc., from Wilkes County, NC Court of P & Qs' Minutes, beginning in Nov 1822, and extending to Feb. 1851. Guardian Bonds 18:2:(18-19) A continued list of Guardian Bonds, indentures, etc. from the Wilkes County, NC Courts, dated in the 1850s. Guardian Bonds Continued 18:3:(18-19) A continued list of guardian bonds, indentures, etc. from Wilkes County, NC Court, dated mostly in the 1860s. Guardian Bonds Continued 18:4:(19-20) A continued list of guardian bonds from Wilkes County, NC Court from Aug. 1864 - Feb. 1868. Land Grant to William Guest 28:1:(10) Copy of one page of land grant. Letter to James Gwyn 30:4:(8-10) A copy of a letter written to James Gwyn from his cousin, Elizabeth Workman, from Camden, SC on 18 March 1855, with a short historical introduction. Wilkes County Marriage & Family Records 21:1:(24) Two cohabitation certificates - Patterson & Hackett - awarded during mid 1800s. William Hagler 9:1:(12) A history of the family of William and Elizabeth Mullins Hagler from the early 1800s. Some Descendants of Millian Webb and Samuel Hall 8:4:(8-10) The history of the Samuel and Millian Webb Hall Family and some of their descendants, beginning around 1740. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:2:(10) A brief abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Thomas Hall. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:2:(10-11) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Samuel Hall through his wife, Letitia, on 11 Oct 1839. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:2:(9-10) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for David Hall to commence on 4 March 1831.

Winter 1992

Spring 1996

Winter 1999

Spring 2000

Grimsley Guardian Bonds

Fall 1976

Spring 1984

Summer 1984

Guardians

Fall 1984

Winter 1984

Guest Gwyn

Spring 1994 Winter 1996

Hackett Hagler Hall

Spring 1987 Feb. 1975

Nov. 1974

Summer 1976 Summer 1976 Summer 1976

33

Keyword Hall

Issue

Fall 1976 Fall 1996

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(6) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of John Hall on 16 Oct 1832. The Hall Family of SW. VA, W. NC, E. TN, and E. KY 30:3:(9-21) The origin of the Hall family, beginning in the 1700s and extending into the 1800s across several states through the use of various legal records.

29:2:(6) One page of a land grant.

Hambrick Hamby

Summer 1995 Winter 1993

Land Grant to Thomas Hambrick

Death of Wylie A. Hamby 27:4:(23) A transcribed newspaper article pertaining to the death of Wylie A. Hamby, a Civil War Soldier who died in 1901. Wylie/Wiley Hamby 28:3:(9-10) A history of the Wiley Hamby family, beginning in the 1800s, with a one-page copy of actual family records. Rev. War Soldiers from Wilkes - The Hammon Family 4:4:(1,4) The history of the Hammon family, beginning in 1666 in Virginia, and extending into Wilkes County, NC. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(15) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for John Hammon on 6 Oct 1835. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(9) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Benjamin Hammon on 5 Feb 1833. Land Grant for Ambrose Hammon 31:4:(2) Copy of one page of Ambrose Hammon's land grant. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(10) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Benjamin Hammons on 5 Feb 1833. Bible Record 5:1:(1) The Bible Record of the John and Elizabeth Hamon Amburgy family, beginning in the late 1700. Gilliam ­ Hampton 7:2:(5) Additional information on the William Gillum/Gilliam Family and some of his descendants which first appeared in the Feb. 1973 Bulletin. Hankins Family Bible 14:2:(21) The Bible Records of some members of the Hankins surname, beginning in 1731 and extending into the 1800s. Revolutionary Pension John Hankins 22:2:(8) A transcribed copy of the Rev. Pension Application for John Hankins who resided in Wilkes Co., NC and Hopkins Co., KY. Francis Hardgrave (Hartgrave) 26:4:(10) One page copy of actual land grant. The Hargis Family 5:1:(4) The early history of the Hargass/Hargis family, beginning in 1685 in Maryland and extending into Wilkes County, NC. NC Legislative Papers 21:2:(9-12) A petition to the NC General Assembly in 1823 pertaining to Amos Harmon. Approximately 100 inhabitants of Wilkes Co. signed the petition. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(12) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of William Harris on 31 Oct 1820.

Fall 1994

Hammon

Nov. 1970

Summer 1976 Winter 1976 Winter 1997

Hammons Hamon Hampton

Fall 1976

Feb. 1971 May 1973

Hankins

Summer 1980

Summer 1988

Hardgrave Hargis

Winter 1992 Feb. 1971

Harmon

Summer 1987

Harris

Fall 1976

34

Keyword Harris

Issue

Winter 1976

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:4:(15) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for John Harris on 3 July 1852. Land Grant to Edward Harris 27:2:(11) Actual copy of one page of land grant William Harris, Rev. Soldier 34:2:(7-11) Short history of William Harris, with copies of his Affidavit and Schedule of his Rev. War Pension, will and obituary. Hayes Family 6:1:(6) The history of the John and Millie Maderas Hayes Family who resided near Lenoir, NC in the 1800s.

Summer 1993 Summer 2000

Hayes Haynes

Feb. 1972

Summer 1988

Sort of a Diary Kept by Mrs. Mary A. Sebastian Haynes 22:2:(8) A list of 6 deaths with ages of the following surnames - Hoots, Combs, Wiles, Blevins, Church, and Byrd - from the early 1900s. James Hays Book Accounts 19:3:(21,23) A list of James Hays book accounts from Feb. 1857 to Oct. 1867, and book accounts estate information in 1816. NC Archives-Wilkes County Criminal Action Papers 19:2:(6) A Grand Jury Presentment in the Feb. 1806 Wilkes County Court System pertaining to a suit involving Ann Hester, Henrietta Hester, and John Hemby. Hendersons in Old Wilkes 3:3:(1) The early history of the Henderson families in Wilkes County, NC, beginning in the 1700s. Henderson Continued 3:4:(4) The continued history of the Henderson family history, beginning in mid 1700s. Henderson Continued 4:1:(4) A continued history of the Henderson families in Wilkes County, NC. Henderson Continued 4:2:(1) A continued history of the Henderson families from Wilkes County, NC. Henderson or Dodd Continued 4:3:(4) A continued history of the Henderson families from Wilkes County, NC in the 1700s. Henderson or Dodd Continued 5:1:(4) A continued history of the early Henderson families in Wilkes County, NC. Bible Record 1:2:(2) The Bible Record and a brief history of the family of William Hendren, beginning in the 1700s. Bible Record 2:1:(3) A correction on the Hendren Bible Record that was in the Oct. 1967 Bulletin. Hendrix 31:4:(21-24) A history of the Hendrix line, beginning in the 1600s and extending into the 1800s. Land Grant to Benjamin Herndon 27:1:(11) Copy of one page of land grant. NC Archives-Wilkes County Criminal Action Papers 19:2:(6) A Grand Jury Presentment in the Feb. 1806 Wilkes County Court System pertaining to a suit involving Ann Hester, Henrietta Hester, and John Hemby. Land Grant 33:3:(10) The main page of Charles Hickerson's actual land grant.

Hays

Fall 1985

Hemby

Summer 1985

Henderson

Aug. 1969

Nov. 1969 Feb. 1970 May 1970

Aug. 1970 Feb. 1971

Hendren

Oct. 1967

Feb. 1968

Hendrix Herndon Hester

Winter 1997

Spring 1993

Summer 1985

Hickerson

Fall 1999

35

Keyword Higgins

Issue

Spring 1989 Winter 1995 Winter 1995

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Bible of Harrison Church 23:1:(8) The transcribed Bible Records of the Harrison Church Family, dated in the 1800s through 1900s. Pension Application of Revolutionary War Soldier Annanias Higgins File # R. 49 29:4:(11-12) A translated Rev. War Pension Application for Annanias Higgins that describes his activities in the Rev. War. Family Sheet for Mills Higgins and Family 29:4:(13) Completed chart on the members of Mills Higgins and Sally Young Higgins' Family. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(4) A brief abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for John Hill on 13 Aug 1832. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(7) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of William Holbrook. Holbrook Family Bible Records 12:2:(18) The Bible Record of Ralph and Nancy Holbrook's Family and some of their descendants, with dates as early as the 1790s. Bible Records 15:3:(14) The Bible records of the Larkin and Sarah Sheckles Holbrook Family and some of their descendants, beginning in the 1700s. Bible Records 21:1:(15-16) Births, marriages, and deaths of various members of the Nathaniel G. Stamper Family and some of his descendants, and the births of some members of a Holbrook Family dating from the early 1800s. The Old Holbrook Family Bible 24:2:(20-22) A translated list of marriages, births, and deaths of the Caleb L. and Louisa Jordan Holbrook Family and some of their descendants from Lawrence Co., KY, dating from the 1800s to the 1900s. Revoluntionary War Pension Henry Holdaway 22:3:(15) A transcribed copy of the Rev. War Pension Application of Henry Holdway from Wilkes County, NC. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(12) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Henry Holderway on 1 Aug 1820. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:4:(15) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Henry Holdway on 15 Sept 1818. Grant to Joseph Holeman 26:3:(14) One page copy of an actual land grant. Petition for Daniel Holeman, Esq. As JP 30:4:(14-17) Actual copy of list and the translation of those who signed the Petition for D. Holeman Esq. to serve as a Justice in Nov. 1789 in the Eastern part of Wilkes County. Life & History of Murray Isaac Holloway 34:1:(20-23) A wonderful story about the Holloway Families, from 1787 in NC to New Mexico. From the Patriot 21:3:(24) A short death announcement for Mrs. Millie Holman in 1907. Hotel Lithia 8:3:(4) A history of the Hotel Lithia that was constructed in 1898 on the Brushy Mtn., and burned in 1902. The Following Information from Louise McGlamery Houck 24:4:(15) Birth and deaths for the family of William and Tennessee Mock Houck, b. in the 1820s, and for some of their descendants during the 1800s.

Hill Holbrook

Winter 1976 Fall 1976

Summer 1978

Fall 1981

Spring 1987

Summer 1990

Holdaway Holderway Holdway Holeman

Fall 1988 Fall 1976

Winter 1976 Fall 1992

Winter 1996

Holloway Holman Hotel Houck

Spring 2000 Fall 1987

Aug. 1974

Winter 1990

36

Keyword Hough

Issue

Aug. 1972

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Hough & Huff (1880 Soundex) Continued 6:3:(1) A continued list of the members of the Hough and Huff families from NC are listed from the content of an 1880 Census Soundex. Hough & Huff (1880 Sound Index) Continued 6:4:(6) A continued list of the members of the Hough and Huff families from NC are listed from the content of an 1880 Census Soundex. Benjamin Howard (1742-1828) 26:3:(13) A brief history of the Benjamin Howard Family, including his parents and siblings. The Pioneer Philip Howard Family from Maryland to Wilkes County, North Caroli 29:3:(4-16) Four generations of Philip Howard, Sr.'s descendants, beginning Ca 1704 in Maryland and extending to the middle of the 1800s in Wilkes Co., NC. Howell Family Record 16:1:(15) The David and Mary Howell Family Bible Record which is mostly dated in the 1800s. Hough & Huff (1880 Soundex) 6:3:(1) All the members of the Hough and Huff families from NC are listed from the content of an 1880 Census Soundex. Hough & Huff (1880 Sound Index) Continued 6:4:(6) A continued list of the members of the Hough and Huff families from NC are listed from the content of an 1880 Census Soundex. Bible Records 20:4:(16) The transcribed Bible Records of the family of Ezra and Hannah Philips, and some of their descendants, beginning in the 1760s and going into the 1800s. There are also records for the Hull and Lieurance Families. Hulme Family 24:1:(12) A brief history of Elizabeth Hulme and her children in Wilkes Co., NC in the late 1700s, after the death of her husband, William Hulme. Will of J. William Hulme 24:1:(8-11) A copy of the original will of J. Wm. Hulme of Northampton Co., NC that was written on 2 Jan 1777. From Grandpa's Old Ledger 7:3:(10) A brief history of the D. A. Hunt Family through a family tale involving a shoe problem. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(2) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Abraham Hunt. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(2) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Howell Hunt on 5 Jan 1853. Land Grant to Abraham Hunt 30:1:(2) Actual copy of one page of the land grant made to Abraham Hunt. List of Insolvents in Wilkes Co., NC 12:4:(12) A list of Insolvents in Wilkes Co., NC as returned by William Hampton, Sheriff, and Richard Allen, D. S. to July Term 1809 for year 1808. A List of Insolvents Polls 15:4:(16) A list of insolvents polls as returned by Hugh Jones, Dep. Sheriff for Wilkes Co. NC for 1815 and 1816. Iredell County, NC, Vol. I, Minute Docket Superior Court 8:3:(2) A list of names abstracted from the Vol. I, Iredell County, NC Minute Docket Superior Court Records in 1820 & 1821.

Nov. 1972

Howard

Fall 1992 Fall 1995

Howell Huff

Spring 1982 Aug. 1972

Nov. 1972

Hull

Winter 1986

Hulme

Spring 1990

Spring 1990

Hunt

Aug. 1973

Winter 1976 Winter 1976

Spring 1996

Insolvents

Winter 1978

Winter 1981

Iredell County

Aug. 1974

37

Keyword Iredell County

Issue

Fall 1987

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Line between Iredell and Wilkes County 21:3:(22) This article deals with running a boundary line between Iredell and Wilkes County in 1816 to separate the two counties. The Isaacs in America 30:2:(14-20) The history of the Isaac Family, beginning in the early 1600s and extending into the 1900s. James Isbell, Sr. Family of Orange Co., VA, Wilkes Co., NC and Green & Warren 26:4:(12-21) The histories of the various Isbell Families, beginning in the late in the late 1700s with census, wills, and other legal records presented. Old Wilkes Jail 9:2:(3) The renovation of the old Wilkes Jail is discussed, and a request made for items from the 1790-1860 period to furnish it. Abstracts of Documents and Letters of Thomas Beckley James 27:4:(18-21) History of Thomas Beckley James' Family, with supporting documentation. Bible Records 15:3:(14) The Bible records of the Thomas and Sallie Ammons Jennings Family, beginning in the 1700s. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(7) A list of brief historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922. From the Bible of Mary Jane Blackburn Jennings 25:4:(6) A translated list of births, deaths, and marriages for the family of H. C. and Mary J. Blackburn Jennings, in the later 1800s and the early 1900s. Benjn Bullison & Others to Luke Jinnings Deed 26:2:(15) A translated copy of a deed between the heirs of Henry Adams and Luke Jinnins. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(10) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of George Johnson on 14 Nov 1832. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(11) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of William Johnson on 31 Oct 1832. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(13-14) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Alexander Johnson on 3 Feb 1855. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:4:(12) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for William Johnson on 31 Oct 1832. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(7) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Alexander Johnson on 3 March 1854. Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 11:1:(11-13) An abstracted Revolutionary War Pension Application for Samuel Johnson made by his wife, Mary, on 24 Jan 1839. Leander Johnson Bible Record 14:3:(13) The Bible record of the Leander and Franky Johnson's Family and some of their descendants, beginning in 1785. Johnson Family Record 16:1:(14) The Thomas Allen and Mary Johnson Family Bible Record, dated in the 1800s. Family Bible Record of John & Elizabeth Gillem Johnson 19:4:(22-23) Bible Records that begin in the late 1700s, and extend from Wilkes County, NC to Rush County, Indiana in the mid 1800s.

Isaacs Isbell

Summer 1996 Winter 1992

Jail

May 1975

James Jennings

Winter 1993 Fall 1981 Fall 1987

Winter 1991

Jinnings Johnson

Summer 1992 Fall 1976 Fall 1976 Fall 1976

Winter 1976 Winter 1976

Spring 1977

Fall 1980

Spring 1982 Winter 1985

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Keyword Johnson

Issue

Winter 1986

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Article Title

Johnson Bible 20:4:(18) The Bible Record of James and Betsey Johnson and their family, beginning in the 1780s and extending into the 1800s. Land Grant to Thomas Johnson 29:2:(7) Actual copy of one page of a land grant awarded to Thomas Johnson. Land Grant to Jeffrey Johnson 31:3:(3) Actual copy of one page of land grant to Jeffrey Johnson. My Honored Rev. War Descendant, Captain Samuel Johnson 34:2:(12-13) A history of Samuel Johnson, born around 1757, stressing his Rev. War activities. Land Grant to William Johnston 29:3:(2) One page copy of an actual land grant. John Greer Judd Family Bible 21:1:(16-17) A transcribed list of births, marriages, and deaths of the John G. and Martha Ann Elizabeth Simpson Judd's Family and some of their descendants, dating in the 1800s. Wilkes Jurors February 1799 3:2:(1) A list of men who served as jurors in Wilkes County, NC for February 1799. Wilkes County Jurors, 1799 8:1:(14) A list of men who served as jurors in Wilkes County, NC in 1799. Wilkes County, NC Justices Commissioned by the General Assembly 11:1:(16) A list of Justices as appointed by the General Assembly for 1804 ­ 1868 for Wilkes County, NC. Wilkes Co., NC Justices 1781 30:4:(2) List of the Justices that served in Wilkes County, NC in 1781. Land Grant to Henry Kearby 27:2:(13) Copy of one page of a land grant. Land Grant to Edman Kearby 27:3:(10) One page copy of actual land grant. Osborn Keeling's Will 32:3:(22-25) An actual copy and a translation of Osborn Keeling's Will. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:4:(15) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Benjamin Kelly on 4 May 1830. Kemp 29:4:(15-16) Robert Kemp's history beginning in mid 1800s in Wilkes/Ashe Cos., and extending into the 1900s. Kemp Family 30:1:(9-11) The history of the Robert Henry Kemp Family from the 1900s back to mid 1800s. Kilby Family Bible 14:4:(20) The family Bible of the Kilby Family beginning in 1805. Kilby Family Record 16:1:(14) The Bible Record of Benjamin C. Kilby Family during the 1800s. Lackey Family Record 12:4:(23) The R.C. and Susan P. Hartness Lackey Family Record from Alexander Co., NC, beginning in mid 1800s. A Few Wilkes Land Owners for Year 1797 1:2:(4) A list of some land owners in Wilkes County, NC for 1797.

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Johnston Judd

Fall 1995

Spring 1987

Jurors

May 1969

Feb. 1974

Justices

Spring 1977 Winter 1996

Kearby

Summer 1993 Fall 1993

Keeling Kelly Kemp

Fall 1998

Winter 1976 Winter 1995

Spring 1996

Kilby

Winter 1980

Spring 1982

Lackey Land

Winter 1978 Oct. 1967

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Keyword Land

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May 1974

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Article Title

North Carolina Land Grants 8:2:(2) A brief article describing the available North Carolina Land Grants. Land Entries ­ Wilkes County, NC Continued 11:1:(2-8) A continued list of land entries made in Wilkes County, NC during the late 1700s. Land Entries ­ Wilkes County, NC Continued 11:2:(2-10) A list of land entries in Wilkes County, NC in the late 1700s. Land Entries ­ Wilkes County, NC Continued 11:3:(2-12) A continued list of land entries made in Wilkes County, NC during the late 1700s. Land Entries ­ Wilkes County, NC Continued 11:4:(2-17) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC land entries in the late 1700s. Land Entries ­ Wilkes County, NC William Lenoir Family Papers Continued 12:1:(2-9) A continued list of entries for land in Wilkes Co., NC, dated Feb. 1786 through 1799. Land Entries ­ Wilkes County, NC William Lenoir Family Papers Continued 12:2:(2-15) A continued list of the early land entries made in Wilkes County, NC in the late 1770s and 1790s. Land Entries ­ Wilkes County, NC Continued 12:3:(2-12) A continued list of the early land entries made in Wilkes County, NC in the late 1700s. Land Entries ­ Wilkes Co., NC Continued 12:4:(2-6) A continued list of Wilkes Co., NC Land Entries made in the late 1700s. Moravian Land Suit Depositions Continued 18:1:(8-9) A continued list of the Moravian Land Suit Depositions in the NC Supreme Court between 1800 through 1809 ­ these are dated around 1805. Moravian Land Suit Depositions Continued 18:2:(7-8) A continued list of the Moravian land suit depositions in the NC Supreme Court in 1805. Moravian Land Suit Depositions Continued 18:3:(7-8) A continued list of the Moravian land suit depositions found in the NC Supreme Court, dating in 1805. Moravian Land Suit Depositions Continued 18:4:(8-9) A continued list of Moravian land suit depositions found in the NC Supreme Court in 1805. Moravian Land Suit Depositions Continued 19:1:(8-9) A continued list of Moravian Land Suit Depositions from the Supreme Court original cases from 1800 - 1809. Moravian Land Suit Depositions Continued 19:2:(7-8) A continued list of Moravian land suit depositions dated around 1806. Pensioners of War of 1812 ­ Rev. War 13:1:(16-17) Abstract of Revolutionary Pensioner for John Lane from Knox Co., TN on 28 Oct 1818. Laws 11:2:(18) Wilkes County, NC legal records for William Laws during the late 1700s. State Records of North Carolina 11:4:(17) An explanation of the laws concerning the North Carolina State Records dealing with keeping of the Lord's Day of Sunday and bastardy bonds.

Spring 1977

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Spring 1978

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Winter 1978

Land Suits

Spring 1984

Summer 1984 Fall 1984

Winter 1984

Spring 1985

Summer 1985

Lane Laws

Spring 1979

Summer 1977 Winter 1977

N. C. Legislative Papers (Ashe Co.) Legislative Papers Spring 1984 18:1:(10-11) An official copy of the North Carolina Legislative papers dealing with the formation and petitioner signers for the formation of Ashe County, NC.

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Keyword Leitch

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Winter 1978

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Article Title

Malcom Leitch Bible 12:4:(23-24) The Bible Record of Malcolm and Katrine Lamond Leitch and some of their descendants, beginning in Scotland in 1780. The Lenderman Family 8:2:(12) A brief history of the Lenderman Family, beginning in the late 1700s. The Life and Service of William Lenoir 1751 ­ 1839 10:2:(2) A summary of the life of William Lenoir, a Rev. War Soldier and NC State Legislature. Slave Purchase 11:1:(16) A slave purchase between William Lenoir and Henry Collier of Brunswick County, VA in 1773. A List of Several Sums I Expect to Lose By Insolvancey 11:1:(16) A total of $1491 owned by several people to William Lenoir that he never expects to collect due to insolvancey. Information from William Lenoir's Unpublished Manuscripts 11:1:(21) A list of men who served in the Cherokee Expedition, that received pay for public service, and a roster of those serving in the Military in the Spring and Summer of 1776. A List of Debts Due to Wm. ,Lenoir. . . 13:1:(10-11) A list of names of people who owed money to Wm. Lenoir that he never expected to collect in 1825. From the Papers of William Lenoir 17:3:(24) A list of men who promised to pay one bushel of corn or one gallon of whiskey for every wolf killed in Capt. Lenoir's District before Jan. 1st. 1812. Land Grant to William Lenoir 29:2:(8) One page copy of actual land grant awarded in 1779. Letter to Wm. A. Lenoir 30:4:(11-13) A letter to William A. Lenoir from his mother Selina Louise (Avery) Lenoir that is dated 20 Jun 1837 from Fort Defiance, NC. Thomas Lenoir Papers 30:4:(5-7) The history of the family of Thomas Lenoir, Jr., born 1741, and extending into the 1800s, especially with SC records. George and Sarah Kerby Lewis Family 24:4:(16-20) The Wilkes County deeds' records for the George and Sarah Kerby Lewis Family in the late 1700s and early 1800s. The William Terrell Lewis Family of Wilkes Co., NC in Records of the County 25:3:(5-15) Specific legal records - deeds, census records, wills, etc. - involving William Terrell Lewis and his family in Wilkes Co., NC during the late 1700s into the 1800s. George Lewis of Wilkes County 33:1:(2-12) The known history of George Lewis, b. 1738, including a list of actual legal records; plus, the histories of his two sons, Charles and Fielding. Demasa Lewis 34:1:(17) Cover for 200-acre land grant in 1779. William Lewis' Wills & Est. Inventory 34:3:(12-14) Copies of William Lewis' actual legal documents in early 1800s. Kit Lewis Records 34:3:(15-20) Six pages of actual copies of pages written by Kit Lewis in a tablet, listing certain relatives, beginning in late 1700s.

Lenderman Lenoir

May 1974

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Lewis

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Keyword Library

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Oct. 1967

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Wilkes Library Enlarges Collection on NC 1:2:(4) A note commending the Wilkes County Public Library for building their North Carolina Collection of materials. Library to Expand 5:3:(1) An announcement pertaining to the expansion of the Wilkes County, NC Library, and the positive effects on the WGS. Fire in Wilkes Library 8:1:(12) A short article dealing with the fire in the Wilkes County Library, and its effects on the holdings of the WGS. Back in the Library 8:2:(14) An announce pertaining to the collection of the WGS now being available in the Wilkes County Public Library, and information given regarding life membership in the Society. Important Message from the President 31:3:(2) Request for donations for the new Wilkes County Public Library Important Message from the President 31:4:(27) A request for donations for the new Wilkes County Library made by the WGS President. Wilkes County Public Library 33:4:(2-3) A brief description of the new Wilkes County Public Library. Bible Records 20:4:(17) The transcribed Bible Records of the family of Ezra and Hannah Philips and some of their descendants, beginning in the 1760s and going into the 1800s. There are also records for the Hull and Lieurance Families. Lipps Family Information 12:1:(11) A brief history of the Johannes Lips Family and some of his descendants who came to America from Germany in 1750. John Lipps and Elizabeth Tompkins 24:3:(20) A brief history of the John and Elizabeth Tompkins Lipps Family who resided in Wilkes County, NC during the late 1700s and early 1800. Life in Early 1900s 32:4:(22-24) Stories about life and living in Wilkes County, NC during the early 1900s.

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Lieurance

Winter 1986

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Fall 1990

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Winter 1998

Articles From Old Newspapers of Louisa County, Virginia 2:4:(1,4) Louisa County, VA Nov. 1968 A series of article located from old newspapers in Louisa County, Virginia in the late 1700s and early 1800s.

Love

Winter 1976 Fall 1987

Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(6) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for John Love, with pension allowed on 30 Oct 1832. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(7) A list of historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dated around 1922. Lovelace 11:2:(17-18) A short history of Jeremiah Lovelace and his family from the early 1800s, with a story from the RECOLLECTIONS OF BREATHITT CO., KY. Land Grants to Gabriel Loving 27:4:(10-11) Actual copy of two pages for two different land grants. Land Grant to William Loving 28:3:(7) One page copy of a land grant. William Lowe, Revolutionary War Soldier 16:2:(5) A brief history of William Lowe's Rev. War Activities.

Lovelace

Summer 1977

Loving

Winter 1993 Fall 1994

Lowe

Summer 1982

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Keyword Lyon Main

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Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 11:1:(9) An abstracted Rev. War Pension Application for William Lyon from Lawrence Co., KY, made on 12 March 1834. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(12) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Henry Main on 1 Aug 1820. Henry Main Rev. Soldier 34:2:(2-6) Short history of Henry Main, with copies of his Affidavit and Schedule of his Rev. War Pension and land deeds. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(2) A brief abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Thomas Majors on 25 Aug 1847 Will of William Mallory 31:2:(13) Actual copy of William Mallory's will. Revolutionary War Pensioners 12:2:(17) An abstract of James Manard/Maynard/Mainard/etc. Rev. War Pension Application that was filed in Pike Co., KY on 1 Sept 1834. Return of the State of Manufacturers in Surry Co., NC, 1810 8:4:(2) A short list of the manufactory facilities in Surry Co., NC in 1810. Early Map of Wilkes Co., NC 14:3:(26) A small map of Wilkes County, NC showing all the waterways in the early days of the County. Unrecorded Marriage Bonds Found 3:4:(1) A short list of unrecorded marriage bonds found by Samuel Sebastian, a local WGS member. Marriage Bonds 11:2:(11-13) The history of marriages laws in early North Carolina, and a list of a dozen unrecorded marriages records found in the William Lenior's Family Papers.

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Majors Mallory Manard

Winter 1976

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Winter 1978

Wilkes County, NC Miscellaneous Files, NC Archives 12:4:(7) A list of marriage licenses issued in Wilkes County, NC since 1 Dec 1787 to 1 Nov 1788, that are not recorded in the typescripts Wilkes Marriage Bonds compiled by LDS, plus a list of Stokes Co., NC marriage bonds around 1800. Wilkes County, NC Marriages Prior to 1800 Continued 16:2:(6-9) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC Marriages prior to 1800 of the male surnames A ­ B. Wilkes County, NC Marriages Prior to 1800 Continued 16:3:(5-8) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC Marriages prior to 1800 with the male surnames from C ­ E. Wilkes County, NC Marriages Prior to 1800 Continued 16:4:(17-20) A continued list of Wilkes County NC marriages prior to 1800 with the male surname from F ­ I. Wilkes County, NC Marriages Prior to 1800 Continued 17:1:(14-15) A continued list of those married in Wilkes County, NC prior to 1800 of those male surnames beginning with J - M. Wilkes County, NC Marriages Prior to 1800 Continued 17:2:(9-10) A continued list of those married in Wilkes County, NC prior to 1800 of those male surnames beginning with N ­ S. Wilkes County, NC Marriages Prior to 1800 Continued 17:3:(5-6) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC marriage prior to 1800 of male surnames of S ­ Y. Wilkes County, NC Marriages in Russell County, VA 26:2:(18-19) Marriage information for people who were from the Wilkes Co., NC area that married in Russel Co., VA between 1853-1870.

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Keyword Martin

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Aug. 1969

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Article Title

Errors in Well-Known Book are Reported 3:3:(1-2) Errors on the Benjamin Martin family are highlighted in three books ­ HAPPY VALLEY, ECHOES OF HAPPY VALLEY and in LAND OF WILKES. Part I, Martins of Wilkes County, North Carolina 9:1:(8-9) The history of the Benjamin Martin Family, with emphasis on previous written materials, beginning in mid 1700s. Part II, Martins of Wilkes and Cherokee Counties, NC 9:2:(11) The second part of the history of the Martin Families in Wilkes and Cherokee Counties, NC, beginning in the late 1700s. Part III, Martins of Wilkes & Cherokee Counties, NC 9:3:(8-9) Part III of the history of the Martins in Wilkes and Cherokee Counties, NC. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(16) A brief abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Zachariah Martin on 28 Jan 1833. Correction of Record of Martin Ancestors 14:4:(24) A short list of corrections of the Martin ancestors in the 1700s. Martin Bible Record 15:1:(15) A copy of the John M. and Martha L. Parks Martin Family for the 1800s. In Memory of Mrs. Doris Martindale 9:2:(8) A local member of WGS, Mrs. Martindale is remembered for her various activities and contributions to the local Society. Revolutionary Pensioner from Amherst County, VA Who Lived in the Counties of 13:1:(13) Abstract of the Revolutionary War Pension of Benjamin Mayse from Iredell County, NC on 7 Aug 1832. McBride 29:4:(14) A brief family history of James McBride in the 1700s in NC. Land Grant 33:3:(3) Actual copy of one page of William McClane's land grant. Land Grant for Joseph McCorkle 34:1:(16) Copy of 1 page of actual land grant. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(16) A brief abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for John McCoy on 11 Mar 1834. Michael McDowell Chronology 24:3:(6-7) Various events in the life of Michael McDowell are listed between 1747 and 1840. Was John McGlamery a Wilkes Native? 1:2:(3) A picture of Mr. & Mrs. George A. McGlamery of Florence, Alabama, and a sign pertaining to the McGlamery Stand. Bible of Murphy McGlamery 23:1:(7) The McGlamery Family Bible Records, dating in the 1800s. McGuffey ­ Gordon 9:3:(16) A brief history of James McGuffey, Sr. and his family during the early 1800s, with a request for additional help on this research. Bible Record of Louellen Boldin McLean 21:3:(17-18) The Bible Records of Louellen Boldin Mclean, the wife of John Allen McLean, dated from mid 1800s. McNiel Bible Record 18:1:(12) The transcribed copy of the Jesse A McNiel and Susan Taylor Family's Bible Records for the 1800s.

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Martindale

May 1975

Mayse McBride McClane McCorkle McCoy McDowell McGlamery

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Spring 1989

McGuffey

Aug. 1975

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Fall 1987

Spring 1984

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Keyword McNiel McRee Meadows

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Summer 1991 Winter 1979 Nov. 1968

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Bible Record of George McNiel (1786-1870) 25:2:(5) A brief history of George McNiel, born in 1786, complete with a translated list of Bible Records. Help Needed on McRee Family History 13:4:(4) A short history of the McRee Family and some of their descendants, beginning in the early 1700s. Meadows of Wilkes and Nearby Counties 2:4:(2) William Calloway Meadows (born 1845) and family. Meadows Family Bible Published by Bradley & Co. 1874 26:1:(6) Transcribed Bible Records for the family of Harvey Meadows, born on 8 Aug 1814. Do you Know About Land Record Measurements? 31:3:(22) A brief article pertaining to how land was surveyed in rods, links, perches, and roods in the early days of our country. A Migration from Wilkes County 7:4:(15) An article that describes the migration trail from the New River area of NC to the Clay-Harlan Counties areas of Kentucky. People who Once Lived in Wilkes County & Surrounding Areas Continued 20:1:(17-18) A continued list of people who once lived in Wilkes County and surrounding Counties in North Carolina in the first part of the 1800s that migrated to TN. Migration Patterns Found in Wilkes County, NC Continued 20:3:(6-8) A continued list of abstracted migration patterns found in Wilkes County, NC Deeds, mostly from the early 1800s. Migration Patterns Found in Wilkes County, NC Continued 20:4:(6-7) A continued list of migration patterns found in Wilkes County, NC deeds around 1823 - 1834. Migration Patterns Found In Wilkes Count, NC Deeds Continued 21:1:(6-7) A continued list of names and the new location for various former Wilkes County Residents in the early to mid 1800s. Bible Records of David and Selah Mikeal's Family 21:3:(18-19) A list of births, marriages, and deaths of the David Mikeal's Family, dated from mid to the late 1800s. Bible Record of Elrod and Mikeal 21:4:(8) The Bible Records of two families - Adam and Nancy Phillips Elrod and Enoch Reeves and Winnie Marie Church Mikeal - dated from the late 1700s to the first third of the 1900s. Frederick Mikeal (IV) Bible Records 26:1:(5) Copied Bible information pertaining to the family history of Frederick Mikeal (IV), born on 29 June 1838. A Muster Roll and Inspection Return of an Organized Co. of Infantry. . . . 15:4:(16-17) A list of men and rank of those serving in the infantry detached from 1st. Surry County Reg. in the 9th Brigade, NC in April 1812. North Carolina Militia From Wilkes County 9:1:(11-12) A list of 122 men who served in Capt. Ambrose Carlton's Company of North Carolina Militia from Wilkes County, NC for the year 1814. NC Militia ­ Wilkes Co., NC 15:3:(11-12) A list of the men who served in the 92nd Regiment of the Militia from Wilkes Co., NC, dated in 1861 and 1862. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:2:(16) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Henry Miller on 12 Aug 1833. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(6) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Martin Miller in 1832.

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Measurements

Fall 1997

Migration

Nov. 1973

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Fall 1986

Winter 1986

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Fall 1987

Winter 1987

Spring 1992

Military

Winter 1981

Militia

Feb. 1975

Fall 1981

Miller

Summer 1976 Winter 1976

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Keyword Miller

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Winter 1976 Fall 2000

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Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(9) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Leonard Miller on 8 Apr 1833. William Miller Family 34:3:(2-9) The history of William Miller, b. in England around 1735, and some of his descendants through the early 1800s. War Pension Abstract 15:1:(13) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for Hardy Mills in 1833 in Hawkins County, TN. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(7) A list of historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922. Jesse Minton's Will 29:1:(16-18) A translated copy of Jesse Minton's Will from the Wilkes Co., NC Nov. Term, 1849. Are You Looking For . . ? 3:2:(1) A list of names with a brief amount of information in the 1700 and 1800s. Are You Looking For . . ? 3:4:(1) A list of people with brief information about them, and a request for exchange of facts pertaining to these citizens. It Really Happened! 8:4:(2) A brief story pertaining to the confusion of the word, "Genealogy", with the word, "Gynecology". Land Grant 33:3:(2) Copy of one page of Hugh Montgomery's land grant Land Grant for Hugh Montgomery of Rowan Co. 34:1:(18) Copy of 1 page of actual land grant. Moore Family Record 12:3:(28) The Family Record of Jessey and Judy Price Moore of Wilkes Co., NC that is mostly based on the 1880 Census Records. Bible Record 16:3:(15) The Bible Record of John P Moore and his son Abraham's Families from Virginia to Tennessee to Western NC, dated in the 1700 and 1800s. Moravian Falls, NC 8:1:(4) A brief history of Moravian Falls in North Carolina. Wm. Morgan of Wales 5:4:(1,4) The history of the William Morgan family, beginning in the 1600s, and extending into Wilkes County, NC and Fayette Co., KY. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:4:(17) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for John Morris on 9 Sept 1835. Land Grant 33:3:(9) Copy of a page of a land grant for George Morris.

Mills Millsaps

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Minton Misc.

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Fall 1978

Fall 1982

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Morris

Winter 1976 Fall 1999

Mortality Schedule from 1850 Census 28:2:(26) Mortality Schedule Summer 1994 List of people who died and the cause of death during the year ending 1 June 1850.

Moss Mullins

Fall 1981

Bible Records 15:3:(16) The Bible Records of William and Elizabeth Hooper Moss' Family, beginning in the 1700s. Revolutionary War Pension for William Mullins 18:4:(13) The transcribed Rev. War Pension Application for William Mullins in 1845.

Winter 1984

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Keyword Myers

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May 1969

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Bible Record, - The William Myers Family 3:2:(4) The Bible Record of the William and Lillis Tharp Myers family, beginning in 1824. Bible Records 18:2:(12) The Bible Record of George E. Myers, dating in mid 1800s into the 1900s. Information 21:2:(8) Information pertaining to the address, operating days and time, and genealogist help from the NC Archives. Will Meet in Wilkes 9:2:(8) The North Carolina Genealogical Society met and sponsored a program at Wilkes Community College in Wilkesboro, NC on 21 June 1975.

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NC Archives NC Gen. Soc.

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May 1968

Picture 2:2:(6) A brief article and picture of Mr. M. F. Bumgarner of Millers Creek, NC who donated all of the issues of the Journal-Patriot Newspaper since 1932 to Wilkes Community College. Names in the News 1906 Continued 7:3:(14) A continued list of names in the 30 Aug 1906 issue of the Wilkes Patriot Newspaper. Names in the News 8:1:(13) Excerpts taken from the Aug 30, 1906 issue of "The Wilkes Patriot", a weekly newspaper published by Charles H. Cowles in Wilkesboro, NC. The Chronicle Continued 12:1:(21-23) A continued list of happening from the Chronicle Newspaper around Nov. 1890 - June 1891. The Chronicle Continued 12:2:(21-24) A continued list of happening in the Chronicle Newspaper from 3 June 1891 - 17 March 1892. The Chronicle Newspaper Continued 12:3:(20-23) A continued list of happenings from the Chronicle Newspaper from March 1892 - March 1893. The Chronicle Continued 12:4:(17-20) A continued list of happenings in the Chronicle Newspaper dated Apr. 1893 - Feb. 1894. The Chronicle Continued 13:1:(25-28) A continued list of happenings as listed in The Chronicle Newspaper from Feb. 1894 ­ Sept. 1894. The Chronicle Continued 13:2:(12-15) A continued list of happenings as recorded in the Chronicle from 27 Sept 1894 - 10 Oct 1895. The Chronicle Continue 13:3:(14-17) A continued list of happening as listed in the Chronicle Newspaper for Oct 1895 ­ July 1896. The Chronicle Continued 13:4:(17-20) A continued list of happenings in the Chronicle Newspaper for 30 July 1896 - 3 March 1897. The Chronicle Continued 14:1:(17-20) A continued list of happenings as recorded in the Chronicle on 10 Mar 1897 ­ 24 Nov. 1897. The Chronicle Continued 14:2:(12-15) A continued list of happening in the Chronicle Newspaper for 1 Dec. 1897 ­15 June 1898. The Chronicle Continued 14:3:(5-8) A continued list of happenings as recorded in the Chronicle from 2 Feb 1898 - 26 April 1899. The Chronicle Continued 14:4:(2-5) Continued excerpts from the Chronicle Newspaper, dated from 3 May 1899 - 17 Jan. 1900. The Chronicle Continued 15:1:(17-19) A continued list of happenings as state in the Chronicle Newspaper for Jan. 1900 ­ Dec. 1900.

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Keyword Newspaper

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The Chronicle Continued 15:2:(10-13) A continued list of events in the Chronicle Newspaper for Dec. 1900 - June 1901. The Chronicle Continued 15:4:(7-10) A continued list of the happenings published in the Chronicle for the first half of 1903. The Chronicle Continued 16:1:(6-9) A continued list of happenings as stated in the Chronicle Newspaper in Wilkes Co., NC from Jul. 1902 ­ March 1903. The Chronicle Continued 16:2:(10-14) A continued list of happenings as stated in the Chronicle Newspaper in Wilkes Co., NC from March 1903 ­ Nov. 1903. The Chronicle Continued 16:4:(5-9) A continued list of happenings as reported in the Chronicle Newspaper between Jan 1904 ­ Jan 1905. The Chronicle Continued 17:1:(5-9) A continued list of happenings from the Chronicle, a weekly newspaper that was distributed on Thursdays, from 1 Feb 1905 ­ 13 Sep 1905. The Chronicle Continued 17:2:(5-8) A continued list of happenings from the Chronicle Newspaper from 27 Sep 1905 ­ July 1907. The Chronicle Continued 17:3:(11-15) A continued list of happenings in Wilkes County, NC in the Chronicle Newspaper in July 1907 ­ May 1908. The Chronicle Continued 17:4:(17-24) A continued list of happenings as reported in the Chronicle Newspaper from 27 May 1908 ­ 21 Sep 1910. The Chronicle Continued 18:4:(23-24) A continued list of items from the Chronicle Newspaper published in Wilkesboro, NC dated Feb. - May 1911.

19:3:(5,10,13,24) Excerpts from the Chronicle Newspaper Continued A short continued list of excerpts from the Chronicle Newspaper in 1911, pertaining to the happenings of various people.

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Excerpts from the Chronicle Newspaper Continued 19:4:(7) A continued list of happening from the Chronicle Newspaper in 1911. Excerpts from "The Chronicle" Continued 20:2:(13) A continued list of newspaper happenings in the Wilkes County area from 9 Aug 1911 - 18 Oct 1911. Items from the Wilkes Patriot Continued 20:3:(19-20) A continued list of items from the Wilkes Patriot Newspaper for 1906, extending into 1907. Excerpts from Carter's Weekly Continued 24:4:(2-5) List of happenings from Carter's Weekly, a weekly North Wilkesboro Newspaper, for Jan. ­ Mar. 1922. Carter's Weekly Continued 31:1:(5-11) Local newspaper happenings from 2 Jan 1920 - 5 Nov 1920. Carter's Weekly Continued 31:2:(14-17) Local newspaper happenings from 12 Nov 1920 - 25 Jan 1923. Carter's Weekly Continued 31:3:(5-7) Local newspaper happenings from 23 Jan 1923 - 8 March 1923. Carter's Weekly Continued 31:4:(7-10) Local newspaper happenings from 15 Mar 1923 - 10 May 1923.

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Keyword Newspaper

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Article Title

Carter's Weekly Continued 32:1:(3-7) Happenings in the local newspaper from 10 May 1923 - 18 Oct 1923. Carter's Weekly Continued 32:2:(2-4) Local newspaper happening from 1 Nov 1923 - 20 Dec 1923. Coming Soon 1:2:(1,4) Mrs. Phoebe Bumgarner Patterson, a third great-granddaughter of John Nichols, Sr., plans to share her research results in a series of articles pertaining to the family and some descendants of John Nichols, Sr. in future issue of the WGS Bulletins John Nichols Family Continued 2:1:(1,3) The history of the John Nichols, Sr. family from Wilkes County, NC. John Nichols Continued 2:2:(3) The history of the John Nichols, Sr. family from Wilkes County, NC. John Nichols, Sr. Continued 2:3:(4) A continued history of the John Nichols, Sr. family. John Nichols Continued 2:4:(3) The continued history of the John Nichols, Sr. family. John Nichols, Sr. Continued 3:1:(4) The continued history of the John Nichols, Sr. family. John Nichols, Sr. Continued 3:2:(4) The continued history of the John Nichols, Sr. family John Nichols, Sr. 3:3:(4) The continued history of the John Nichols, Sr. family John Nichols, Sr. Continued 3:4:(4) The continued history of the John Nichols, Sr. family and some of his descendents. John Nichols, Sr. Continued 4:1:(1-2) A continued history of the John Nichols, Sr. family and some of his descendants. John Nichols, Sr. Continued 4:2:(4) The continued history of the John Nichols, Sr. family during the 1900s. John Nichols, Sr. Continued 4:3:(4) The continued history of the John Nichols, Sr. family during the 1900s. John Nichols, Sr. Continued 4:4:(4) The continued history of the John Nichols, Sr. family. John Nichols, Sr. Continued 7:4:(12) The continued history of the history of John Nichols, Sr. family and some of his descendants. Bible Records of Nellie May McLean Nichols 21:3:(18) The Bible Records of Nellie May McLean Nichols, the wife of John Milton Nichols, from the late 1800s into the 1900s. Norman Family 9:1:(7,15) The family history of John and Annie Elizabeth Willis Norman from Lincoln Co., NC in the first part of the 1800s. From 1820 Census of Wilkes County, NC 11:1:(18-19) A list of people, their occupations, and what many of them produced as abstracted from the 1820 Wilkes County, NC Census.

Summer 1998

Nichols

Oct. 1967

Feb. 1968 May 1968

Aug. 1968

Nov. 1968 Feb. 1969 May 1969

Aug. 1969

Nov. 1969 Feb. 1970 May 1970

Aug. 1970

Nov. 1970 Nov. 1973 Fall 1987

Norman Occupations

Feb. 1975

Spring 1977

49

Keyword Occupations Oglesby

Issue

Spring 1983 Fall 1987

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Wilkes County, NC Occupations 17:1:(13) A list of some Wilkes County, NC residents and their various occupations from the late 1700s. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I ­ Vol.5 21:3:(7) A list of historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(3) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Bernard Owen on 15 Mar 1854. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(4) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for David Owen on 22 Apr 1850. Owen Family Information 12:1:(10) A very brief history of William Owen from Wilkes County, NC around 1800. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol I - Vol 5 21:3:(7) A list of historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dated around 1922. Palmer Family Bible Records 19:4:(22) A transcribed list of the Palmer Family Bible Records, beginning in the late 1700s. Since W. Palmer & E Greer married on 13 April 1853, some Greer surnames are included. The Boldin-Pardue Bible Records 21:3:(17) The transcribed Bible Record of Susan Rebecca Boldin, the wife of James Lloyd Pardue, dated in the late 1800s into the 1900s. Parks Family Bible Record 14:1:(8) The Bible Record of Benjamin and Patsy Martin Parks' Family and some of their descendants', dated in the 1700 and 1800s. Henry Parks 24:2:(16-17) A translated copy of Henry Parks' Rev. War Pension Application that was filed on 3 Sep 1832. Land Grant to Thomas Parks 27:4:(15) One page of copy of a land grant. John Parks of Wilkes County 33:1:(16-20) John Parks' history, including copies of his will, estate settlement, and two pages of a land grant. Land Grant 33:3:(8) Copy of one page of a land grant for John Parks, Sr. Family Record of William R. Parleir 21:1:(16) Some family records of births and deaths of the William R. and Sarah Parleir Family in mid 1800s. Land Grant for Joiles (Joyles) Parmely 31:3:(4) Actual copy of one page of land grant to Joiley (Joyles) Parmely. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(3) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for John Parmly on 6 Aug 1834. James Monroe Parsons Family Bible Records 25:3:(18) The translated list of births, deaths, and marriages of the Parsons surnames from mid 1800s to 1970s. Wilkes County Marriage & Family Records 21:1:(17) Two cohabitation certificates - Patterson & Hackett - awarded during mid 1800s. Patton Family 31:4:(25-26) A brief history of the Patton Family, beginning in Ireland.

Owen

Winter 1976 Winter 1976

Spring 1978

Paine

Fall 1987

Palmer

Winter 1985

Pardue

Fall 1987

Parks

Spring 1980

Summer 1990 Winter 1993

Spring 1999 Fall 1999

Parleir Parmeley Parmly Parsons Patterson Patton

Spring 1987 Fall 1997

Winter 1976 Fall 1991

Spring 1987 Winter 1997

50

Keyword Patton

Issue

Winter 1997

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Patton Reunion 31:4:(26) Brief summary of the happenings at the Patton Family Reunion that was held at the Mt. View Sr. Citizen's Bldg. on 18 Oct 1997. Pennel Family Record 12:3:(24-25) A list of the Pennel Family Record, beginning with James H. and Lizzie E. Millikan Pennel in 1859, and continues with some of their descendants. Pennell Family Record. 16:1:(14) The Bible Record of the R. Vance and Laura (Brown) Pennell Family in the late1800s and well into the 1900s. Bible Record ­ Edward Pennington 2:2:(7) The Bible record of Edward and Martha Flanary Pennington, beginning in 1700s. Bible Record ­ Micajah Pennington 2:2:(7) The Bible record of Micajah and Rachel Jones Pennington and some of their descendents, beginning in mid 1700s. The Penningtons 31:3:(16-22) The history of the Pennington Family, beginning around 1640 and extending into the early 1800s. 1885 Applicants for Confederate Pensions 2:1:(6) A list of people who applied for Confederate Pensions in 1885 from Wilkes Co., NC. NC Pensioners for Revolutionary or Military Services 11:1:(8) A list of 22 men who received a NC Pension for service in the Revolutionary or Military Service as shown on the 1840 Wilkes County Census. Some Wilkes County Genealogy from Revolutionary War Pension Files 24:2:(18-19) A source explanation and a short list of some men who applied for a Rev. War Pension from Wilkes Co., NC John Church, William Davis, Benjamin Duncan, & Robert Bingham.

Pennel

Fall 1978

Pennell Pennington

Spring 1982 May 1968 May 1968

Fall 1997

Pensions

Feb. 1968

Spring 1977

Summer 1990

Winter 1997

Pensioners for Rev. or Military Services included in the Population Schedule 31:4:(6) List of Revolutionary War Pensioners included in the Six U.S. Federal Census of 1840 in Wilkes County, North Carolina. Local Historical Introduction to the Pioneer Perkins Family Continued 1:2:(2) A continued history of the Perkins family and some of the descendants. The Perkins Family Continued 2:1:(1-2) The continued history of the Perkins family during the 1700s. Perkins Family Continued 2:2:(8) The continued history of the Perkins family, dating in the 1700s. The Perkins Family Continued 2:4:(4) The very early history of the Perkins family. Perkins Family Continued 3:1:(4) The continued history of the Perkins family. Perkins Family Continued 3:2:(4) The continued history of the Perkins family. Perkins Family Continued 3:3:(4) The continued history of the Perkins family. Ancestry of Gentleman John Perkins Told Continued 3:4:(1,4) The continued history of the John Perkins family and some of his descendants, beginning in the 1600s. Perkins Family Continued 4:1:(2,4) A continued record of the Perkins Family that began in Europe.

Perkins

Oct. 1967

Feb. 1968 May 1968

Nov. 1968 Feb. 1969 May 1969

Aug. 1969

Nov. 1969 Feb. 1970

51

Keyword Perkins

Issue

May 1970 May 1970

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Correction on the Perkins Family 4:2:(1) A couple of errors are corrected from the Aug. 1969 Bulletin on The Perkins family. The Perkins Family Continued 4:2:(4) The continued history of the Perkins family in the 1700s. The Perkins Family Continued 4:3:(1) The continued history of the Perkins family. The Perkins Family Continued 4:4:(3) The continued history of the Perkins family. The Perkins Family 5:4:(2,4) The history of the Charles Allen Perkins family and some of his descendants in Europe, beginning in 1870. Family Bible Found 29:3:(17) A Bible with records dating in the early 1800s pertaining to the Perkins and Dozier surnames. Legislative Papers 15:4:(17-18) A petition of names of people from Wilkes and other counties adjacent to the District of Morgan, supporting Thomas Nethery and Ambrous Carlton in connection with James Smith's murder in mid 1780s. Bible Records 20:4:(16) The transcribed Bible Records of the family of Ezra and Hannah Philips, and some of their descendants, beginning in the 1760s and going into the 1800s. There are also records for the Hull and Lieurance Families. Bible Record 16:3:(16-17) The Bible Record of John Phillips and sons Robert and Jonathon's Families, dated from the 1700 and 1800s from Western North Carolina. Joseph Phouts Cemetery 15:2:(13) A list of graves in the Joseph Phouts Cemetery in the Prather's Creek Township in Alleghany County, NC, dating in the 1800s to the 1900s. Bible Records: From the Bible of Reverend John Ennis Pierce 26:3:(18) A translated list of the Pierce Bible Records that dates in the 1800s. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(7) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Joseph Pinson on 7 July 1834. Pipes Family History 31:3:(8-15) The history of the Pipes Family, beginning in the 1600s and extending into the 1800s. Pipes Family History 32:1:(8-15) The history of the Pipes Family, beginning in 1665and extending into the 1800s. Land Grant to Jno. Pitman 29:1:(5) Copy of one page of a land grant to Jno Pitman awarded in 1778. Black Vs Black & Poe 15:4:(17) A land dispute involving Absalom and Jacob Black and Jno Poe in Ashe Co., NC in 1829. Joseph Porter 26:3:(15) An actual copy of one page of a land grant Post Cards from Wilkes and Nearby Areas 33:4:(4-9) A collection of 234 picture postcard in nine categories that was donated by Jane Carter Ogburn. Potters Museum, Seagrove, NC 6:3:(4) A brief article on the history of the Potters Museum in Seagrove, NC.

Aug. 1970

Nov. 1970 Nov. 1971 Fall 1995

Petition

Winter 1981

Philips

Winter 1986

Phillips

Fall 1982

Phouts

Summer 1981

Pierce Pinson Pipes

Fall 1992

Winter 1976 Fall 1997

Spring 1998

Pitman Poe Porter Post Cards Potters

Spring 1995 Winter 1981 Fall 1992

Winter 1999 Aug. 1972

52

Keyword Powell Prather Proffit

Issue

Summer 1989 Fall 1976

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Revolutionary War Records 23:2:(17-18) Abstract of Rev. War Records of William Powell on 29 Oct 1832. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(5) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Thomas Prather on 4 Sept 1832. Proffit History is Published 2:1:(1) A brief history of the John Proffit, Sr. family who resided in Wilkes Co., NC during the 1700s. Bible Record, Ball - Proffit 9:4:(7-8) The Bible Record of William and Polly Proffit and some of their descendants, beginning in the early 1800s. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(6) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of William Proffit through his wife, Elizabeth. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(9) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for William Proffit in 1850 by his wife, Elizabeth. John Prophet 26:3:(16) One page copy of an actual land grant. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(5-6) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Joseph Pruitt on 1 Aug 1833. Family Record 14:1:(27) The Family Record of some Pruitt/Prewitt family members around the mid 1800s. Revolutionary Pensioner from Amherst County, VA Who Lived in the Counties of 13:1:(14) Abstract of the Rev. War Pension of John Pugh from Nelson Co., VA on 2 Oct 1832. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(6-7) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of Henry Pumphrey through his wife, Lucy W. on 2 April 1839. Pumphrey Profiles 29:2:(20-21) A history of Henry Pumphrey and his family, beginning in 1754 in Maryland and extending to Elijah H. Pumphrey, b. 1790 in Wilkes Co. NC. Excerpts Copied from a Copy of Pages Zeroxed from Vol. IX, No. 3, 1905 - Sou 19:3:(24) A list of excerpts pertaining to the Rangers activities against Indians and Tories under Capt. William Lenoir's leadership in 1775 in western NC. John Clark Rash Bible 20:2:(18) The transcribed Bible Records of John C. Rash and his family from the Millers Creek area of Wilkes Co., during the late 1800s into the 1900s. Bible of John Clark Rash 23:1:(6) Translated Bible Records from the Bible of John Clark Rash, dating from mid 1800s. Bible of John Warren Rash 23:1:(6-7) The translated Family Bible Records of John Warren Rash Family, dating in the 1800s. Rash 29:4:(18) A very brief history of Daniel A. Rash, born around 1730 in Delaware, and then moved to Hunting Creek in Wilkes Co. Col. Jesse Ray 9:2:(9-10) The history of Col Jesse and Ellender Baker Ray Family in the late 1700s. Land Grant 33:3:(11) One page of William Ray's actual copy of a land grant.

Feb. 1968

Nov. 1975 Fall 1976

Winter 1976

Prophet Pruitt

Fall 1992 Fall 1976

Spring 1980

Pugh Pumphrey

Spring 1979 Fall 1976

Summer 1995

Rangers

Fall 1985

Rash

Summer 1986

Spring 1989 Spring 1989 Winter 1995

Ray

May 1975 Fall 1999

53

Keyword Redding

Issue

Winter 1989

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Redding Family 23:4:(10-11) An actual copy of a page out of the William Redding's Family Bible, plus a completed Family Chart on his Family. Relationship Chart 33:1:(22) A chart design to assist in determining the relationship two or more people may have. Early Religious Denominations, Mode of Dress and Hospitality in Wilkes Co., NC 10:2:(3) An article describing the early religious denominations, mode of dress and hospitality in the Wilkes Co., NC area prior to the Revolutionary War. Ministers and Church of the Wilkes County and Other Areas Before, During, and 10:2:(4-6) A two- page article pertaining to early ministers and church activities in the Wilkes County, NC area in the late 1700s.

Relationship Religion

Spring 1999

Summer 1976

Summer 1976

Research

Fall 1998

Confederate Research Sources 32:3:(26) Names and addresses of places where people may obtain research information pertaining to the Confederate Army. Research in Caldwell County, NC 34:4:(28) A list of three places where genealogical materials may be obtained with fees stated.

Winter 2000

Revolutionary War Pensioners are Listed Revolutionary War May 1967 1:1:(2) A list of the U.S. pensions of the County Of Wilkes with the age in census of 1840, for service in the Revolutionary War.

Nov. 1970 Nov. 1973

Rev. War Soldiers from Wilkes - The Hammon Family 4:4:(1) The history of the Hammon family, beginning in 1666 in Virginia, and extending into Wilkes County, NC. Accounts of US with NC War of Revolution 7:4:(8) A partial list of names of many families from Wilkes County, NC who were paid for various services furnished the Militia during the Revolutionary War. First in Freedom, Part II 9:3:(13-16) A list of surnames from A to K who were soldiers and patriots who served from Wilkes County, NC or who lived here after the Revolutionary War. First in Freedom, Part III 9:4:(12-14) A list of surnames from K to Z who were soldiers and patriots who served from Wilkes County, NC or who lived here after the Revolutionary War. Wilkes County Rev. Soldiers 10:1:(10-11) An alphabet list of the names of men who served in the Revolutionary War from Wilkes County, North Carolina.

Aug. 1975

Nov. 1975

Spring 1976 Spring 1976

War of the Revolution Accounts Continued 10:1:(3-5) A continued list of the War of the Revolution Accounts paid in 1782 by auditors of the Salisbury District to various people for supplies provided. Accounts of the United States of America for Sundries Furnished the Militia of N 10:2:(6-8) A list of people who supplied items to the US Government during the Rev. War from the Salisbury District, NC in Jan. 1782. War of the Revolution 10:4:(20-22) A continued list of people's accounts of the United States of America for sundries furnished the militia of NC, VA, and SC in April 1782. Revolutionary War Service 11:1:(14-15) A list of men who received money for service/items used in the Revolutionary War.

Summer 1976

Winter 1976

Spring 1977

54

Keyword

Issue

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

A List of Volunteers Who March on 19 May 1778 from Wilkes Co., NC. Revolutionary War Spring 1979 13:1:(17) Col. Charles Gordon's list of volunteers who marched Northward for nine months to earn a bounty of 100 dollars.

Fall 1979

Articles of a Cartil for the Exchange and Relief of Prisoners of War . . . 13:3:(18) A list of 12 conditions for the exchange and relief of prisoners of war taken in the Southern Dept. agreed to on 3 May 1781. A List of Captures taken at the Surrender of Lord Cornwallis at York on 17 Oct 13:3:(19) A general list of ranks of those captured and the artillery taken at the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at York on 17 Oct 1781. Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:1:(8-9) The abstract for the Revolutionary War Pension Application for Elisha Reynolds made on 30 Oct 1832. Reynolds Family Record 14:3:(15) The Bible Record of the John and Nancy Cleveland Reynolds' Family and some of their descendants, beginning in the late 1700s. Rhoades Family Bible 7:1:(14) The family Bible of James A (Bud) Rhoades, dating from the early 1800s. Rhoades Family Record 7:3:(10) A brief family history of the John R. and Sarah Agnes Jennings Rhoades/Rhodes Family, beginning in the late 1700s. Rhodes Family Record 15:3:(12) A record of the John R. and Sarah Agnes Jennings Rhodes Family and some of their descendants, beginning in the 1700s and extending into mid 1800s. Leonard Rice Rev. War Soldier Entered from Wilkes 6:2:(4) A brief article pertaining to the history of the Leonard Rice Family, beginning in 1759. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(5) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Leonard Rice on 18 Sept 1832. Who is John Richardson? 31:2:(11-12) A picture of John Richardson and his children of North Carolina, with a request for information about this family. Wilkes County, North Carolina Road Orders Continued 13:4:(5-8) A continued list of road orders in Wilkes County, NC, beginning on 29 Oct 1798 and extending to 8 May 1800. Wilkes County, NC Road Orders Continued 14:4:(17-18) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC road orders for 1800. Wilkes County Road Orders Continued 15:1:(9-11) A continued list of road orders in Wilkes County, NC, dated in 1801. Wilkes County Road Orders Continued 15:2:(20-21) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC Road Orders from Aug. 1803 to Aug. 1804. Wilkes County Road Orders Continued 15:4:(13-15) A continued list of those engaged in road orders in Wilkes County, NC during 1802 and the first half of 1803. Road Orders, Wilkes County Continued 18:3:(20-21) A continued list of road orders in Wilkes County, NC from Oct.1804 to Feb. 1806. Road Orders, Wilkes County Continued 18:4:(21-22) A continued list of road orders in Wilkes County, NC from Feb. 1806 - Aug. 1806.

Fall 1979

Reynolds

Spring 1976 Fall 1980

Rhoades Rhodes

Feb. 1973

Aug. 1973

Fall 1981

Rice

May 1972

Winter 1976

Richardson

Summer 1997

Roads

Winter 1979 Winter 1980

Spring 1981

Summer 1981 Winter 1981 Fall 1984

Winter 1984

55

Keyword Roads

Issue

Spring 1985

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Road Orders, Wilkes County Continued 19:1:(20-21) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC road orders, dated in the 1806 - 1807 era. Wilkes County Road Orders Continued 19:2:(19-20) An abstracted continued list of Wilkes County, NC Road orders from 1807 - 1808. Wilkes County Road Orders Continued 19:3:(17-18) A continued list of Wilkes County, North Carolina Road Orders, dated in 1808 ­ 1809. Road Orders, Wilkes County Continued 19:4:(19-21) A continued list of Wilkes County, North Carolina road orders in 1809 & 1810. Wilkes County Road Orders Continued 21:4:(17-20) A continued list of abstract of the Wilkes County, NC Road Orders for 29 Oct 1810 - 6 Nov 1811. Wilkes County Road Orders Continued 22:2:(19) A continued list of Wilkes County Road Orders on Feb. 3, 4 and 7 of 1812. Land Grants to Jno. Robbins, Sr. 29:1:(3-4) Copy of one page each of two land grants awarded to Jno. Robbins, Sr. on 19 Nov 1778. Land Grant to Thomas Robbins 29:1:(6) One page copy of a land grant to Thomas Robbins on 20 Nov 1778. Bible Record 3:1:(2) The Bible record of the David Roberson Family, beginning in 1791. Roberts Family Bible ­ Surry Co., NC 14:2:(18-20) A long list of records of the Roberts and connecting families, beginning in 1800 and extending half a century. Roberts Family Record 14:3:(16) Seventeen sons and daughters of the late Rev. Daniel J. & Jane Bryan Roberts from Alleghany Co. NC are listed during the last half of the 1800s. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(11) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of James Rose on 4 Feb 1824. Land Grant for Emanuel Rose 31:4:(3) Copy of one page of land grant. Land Grant to Hilliar Russau 28:4:(4) Awarded on 20 Nov 1778, a copy of one page of a land grand. Russell Families of Wilkes and Alexander Counties, NC Continued 7:2:(11-12) The history of the Daniel Russell Family and some of his descendants from Wilkes and Alexander Counties, NC, beginning in the 1700s. Russell Families of Wilkes and Alexander Counties, NC Continued 7:3:(12-13) The continued history of the Daniel Russell Family and some of his descendants from Wilkes and Alexander Counties, NC, beginning in the 1700s. Revolutionary War Pensioners 12:2:(17) An abstract of William Rutledge Rev. War Pension Application that was filed in Wayne Co., TN on 25 Sept 1832. William Rysdon of NC 33:2:(2-9) The history of William Rysdon from Halifax County, VA to his death in Wilkes County, NC by 1781, with actual copy of land grant. Records of Triplette and Saint Clair Family 23:3:(19-20) The history of the William and Diana Holman Triplette Family, beginning in the 1700s and extending into the 1800s.

Summer 1985 Fall 1985

Winter 1985 Winter 1987

Summer 1988

Robbins

Spring 1995 Spring 1995

Roberson Roberts

Feb. 1969

Summer 1980 Fall 1980

Rose

Fall 1976

Winter 1997

Russau Russell

Winter 1994 May 1973

Aug. 1973

Rutledge Rysdon

Summer 1978 Summer 1999

Saint Clair

Fall 1989

56

Keyword Sale

Issue

Summer 1997

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Early Sales' Family of Wilkes County, North Carolina 31:2:(2-6) The history of the early Sales' Family that came to Wilkes County around the Rev. War Period, beginning in the 1600s. Two translated wills are also included. The Samuel's Family 31:2:(7-8) The history, including the translated will and estate inventory, of Anthony Samuel, Sr. and his wife, Mary, from the 1600s - 1700s from Essex County, Virginia. Mary Samuel was an ancestor of the early Sale Family in Wilkes Co., NC. Sayers 29:4:(16-18) Family history of David Sayers from Patrick Co., VA during the 1800s. Thomas Scott ­ Revolutionary Soldier 10:3:(4) The history of Thomas Scott and his family, especially his services in the Revolutionary War. Family Scott Record 27:4:(22) A brief history of George Washington Scott and his family, with Bible Records. A Genealogical Puzzle ­ Sebastian or Barker? Continued 4:2:(1,4) The continued history of the Sebastian families in Wilkes County, NC, with a question of who Rachel Bryant married in Morgan County, KY. Sebastian or Barker? 4:3:(3-4) The continued history of the Sebastian families in Wilkes County, NC, with a question of who Rachel Bryant married in Morgan County, KY. Samuel Sebastian Bible, 1852-1901 14:3:(17) The Bible Record of the family of Samuel and Mary Sebastian and some of their descendants, beginning in the 1850s. The Sebastians 23:3:(10-12) The history of the Sebastian Family, beginning around 1650 and extending into the 1900s. Will of Benjamin Sebastian 31:2:(9-10) An actual copy of Benjamin Sebastian's will, written in the 1770s. 1792 Petition of New River Settlers 31:1:(2-4) A list of New River Settlers who signed the petition requesting that Ashe County be formed out of Wilkes County. Bible Records 15:3:(15) The Bible records of the Jacob Setzer II's Family and some of his descendants, beginning in the 1700s. Sewell Family Records 25:2:(22-27) The history of Dorson Sewell, Sr., b. 1751, and his wife Mary "Polly" Lipps from Maryland through NC to KY, and including t he translated Rev. War Pension application of Polly Mary Sewell, in Pulaski County, KY beginning in 1834. John Shearman (Abstracts of Will), Granville County, NC 8:3:(15) An abstract of the 24 Mar 1782 will of John Shearman from Granville County, NC One Branch of the Martin Sheets Family 33:3:(14) A brief history of the Martin Sheets Family that came to Rowan County, NC from Germany in the 1700s. Land Grant for James Shepard 31:4:(5) Copy of one page of land grant. Robert and Sarah Shepherd Bible Record 25:4:(7) A translated copy of the Bible Record of Robert and Sarah Shepherd's Family, dating in the 1700s.

Samuel

Summer 1997

Sayers Scott

Winter 1995 Fall 1976

Winter 1993

Sebastian

May 1970

Aug. 1970

Fall 1980

Fall 1989

Summer 1997

Settlers

Spring 1997

Setzer Sewell

Fall 1981

Summer 1991

Shearman Sheets Shepard Shepherd

Aug. 1974 Fall 1999

Winter 1997 Winter 1991

57

Keyword Shepherd Sheppard

Issue

Spring 1996 Spring 1989

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Robert Shepherd Records 30:1:(5-8) Actual copies of the marriage, births, deaths, and land grant of Robert Shepherd dating back to the 1700s. Transcription of Copy from North Carolina State Archives 23:1:(19) The translated copy of the estate settlement of Benjamin Sheppard, Decd., by James Vannoy, guardian, on 2 Aug 1831. The Shew Family 8:1:(9) A history of the Philip and Sussannah Shew Family and some of their descendants, with records beginning in the late 1700s. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:4:(13) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Samuel Shumate on 11 Nov 1833. 1850 Wilkes County Slave Schedule Will be Continued 34:2:(19-26) The Slave Schedule that was part of the 1850 Federal Census, showing slave owners' names and the number of slaves each owned; plus, the age, sex, color, etc. of each slave. 1850 Slave Schedule Continued 34:3:(21-25) Shows slave owners' names and the number of slaves that each owned; plus, the age, sex, color, etc. of each slaves. 1850 Slave Schedule Continued 34:4:(2-16) Shows slave owners' names and the number of slaves that each owned; plus, the age, sex, color, etc of each slave. Member Visits England 3:3:(1) Mrs. Wilma Slininger of Jefferson, Iowa and a member of WGS visited England in search of her ancient Perkins ancestors. Land Grant to William Slown 27:3:(12) Copy of one page of actual land grant. Bible Record 2:3:(4) The Bible Record of the John Alexander and Rebekah Wiles Smith Family, beginning in the early 1800s. Smith ­ Whittington 6:3:(1) The history of the Jarvis and Nancy Whittington Smith Family who resided in Wilkes Co., NC, beginning in the late 1700s. Jarvis Smith 10:1:(2) A history of Jarvis and Nancy Whittington Smith from Wilkes County, NC in the late 1700s. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(8) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for John Smith on 26 Nov 1832. Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 11:1:(9) An abstracted Rev. War Pension Application for James Smoot from Wilkes Co., NC, made by his wife, Fanny, on 31 May 1843. Revolutionary War Pensions 11:4:(24) An abstracted copy of the Rev. War Pension of John Snoddy from Owen Co., IN on 16 Oct 1832, and a brief article on his life and family. Moses Snow Family 27:2:(14-15) The history of the Moses Snow Family, b. in Ireland in the 1700s, extending into the 1900s across the US. Snow Family History 27:3:(15-16) Brief history of the Snow Family history, beginning with Bunion Snow born in Ireland in 1700s and extending into the early 1900s.

Shew

Feb. 1974

Shumate Slaves

Winter 1976

Summer 2000

Fall 2000

Winter 2000

Slininger

Aug. 1969

Slown Smith

Fall 1993

Aug. 1968 Aug. 1972

Spring 1976 Winter 1976

Smoot

Spring 1977

Snoddy

Winter 1977

Snow

Summer 1993 Fall 1993

58

Keyword Soldiers Spainhour

Issue

Summer 1999 Fall 1987

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

World War I Soldiers from Wilkes County 33:2:(15-23) An alphabetical list of World War I Soldiers who served from Wilkes County, NC. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(8) A list of historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922. United Spanish War Veterans 2:1:(4-5) The history of the Wilkesboro Camp No. 12, Dept. of NC United Spanish War Veterans Organization that was founded in 1898, and a list of men who served in the Spanish American War. Land Grant to Matthew Sparkes 27:4:(12) Copy of one page of land grant. From the Patriot 21:3:(24) A brief death announcement for A. J. Sparks and others who are non-residents of the county. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(13) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of William Spicer to commence 4 March 1831. Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 11:1:(10-11) An abstracted Rev. War Pension Application for John Spradling from Warren Co., TN, made on 28 Feb 1883. Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 11:1:(11) An abstracted Rev. War Pension Application for James Spradling from Clairborne Co., TN on 22 Sept. 1829. Spradling Family History 25:4:(11-12) A history of Andrew Sprading and some of his descendants, dating from 1677 in Virginia to the 1800s through NC to KY. Spradling Family History Continued 26:1:(7-9) Continued history of the Spradling Family - David, born 1771; George, Leonard, etc. Spradling Family History Continued 26:2:(16-17) The continued history of the Spradling Family History in the 1800s - Elijah and Herbert L's Families. John St. Clair Family 2:2:(1,6) The history of the John Thomas St. Clair Family from Scotland, born around 1722. Staley Ancestors 2:3:(1) A brief history of the Staley ancestors from Germany to Wilkes County, NC in the 1700s. Correction in Wilkes Heritage Book, Story #1101 21:2:(20) The correct information is given pertaining to Adam Jacob Staley's Family, b. 1740. Inventory of the Property of the Estate of Eve Staley, Deceased the 21st. of Au 29:1:(12-15) A list of belongings with estimated values, including receipts and disbursements of the Estate property of Eve Staley in 1830. A brief history and some early Staley marriages in Wilkes Co. are also stated. Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:1:(6) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Joel Stamper dated 4 Feb 1833. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:4:(10-11) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Jacob Stamper, inscribed on Roll on 4 March 1831. Bible Records 21:1:(15-16) Bible records -births, marriages, and deaths - of various members of the Nathaniel G. Stamper Family and some of his descendants; plus, the births of some members of a Holbrook Family, dated from the early 1800s. Bible Records 25:4:(8-10) A translated list of births, marriages, and deaths of various surnames, from the 1700s to the early 1900s.

Spanish War

Feb. 1968

Sparkes Sparks Spicer Spradling

Winter 1993 Fall 1987 Fall 1976

Spring 1977 Spring 1977 Winter 1991

Spring 1992

Summer 1992

St. Clair Staley

May 1968

Aug. 1968

Summer 1987 Spring 1995

Stamper

Spring 1976 Winter 1976

Spring 1987

Stark

Winter 1991

59

Keyword Steelman

Issue

Fall 1987

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(7) A list of brief historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922. Bible Records 15:3:(15 -16) The Bible Records of the James and Elizabeth Brown Steward Family and some of their descendants, beginning in the 1700s. War Pension Abstract 15:1:(12) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for John Henry Stonecypher from Franklin Co., GA in 1832. Jeremiah Stover 29:3:(18-20) The history of Jeremiah Stover and his family, including a translated copy of his will. Bible Record 16:3:(15) The Bible Record of Merritt Burgan and Elizabeth Bryson Strain and their son James Lewis' Families from Burke and Macon Counties, NC, dated in the 1800s. Land Grant for Thomas Stubblefield 28:1:(13) One page copy of a land grant that was awarded in Sept. 1778. Land Grant to George Stubblefield 28:3:(3) One page copy of a land grant. Land Grant to William Sturdie 28:3:(5) Copy of one page of land grant. Summerlin and Related Families 9:1:(14) A history of Lazurus and Susanna Bunch Summerlin's Family and some of their descendants, beginning in the late 1700s. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(8) A list of historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dated around 1922. Land Grant to Andrew Tate 28:4:(3) Copy of one page of land grant Bible Record 16:3:(16) The Bible Record of John T. and Ann Tatham, and their son, Thomas' Family, from the 1700s into mid 1800s. 1778 Tax List, Capt. Baker's District 7:2:(12) A list of names that appeared on the 1778 Tax List for Capt. Baker's District in Wilkes Co., NC. A Return of Lands by Sheriff to be Sold for Taxes for the Year 1821 11:1:(17) A list of property owners, their acreage, and amount of taxes owed for the year 1821. The land is to be sold by the Wilkes County, NC Sheriff.

Stewart

Fall 1981

Stonecypher Stover Strain

Spring 1981 Fall 1995 Fall 1982

Stubblefield

Spring 1994 Fall 1994

Sturdie Summerlin

Fall 1994

Feb. 1975

Summers

Fall 1987

Tate Tatham Taxes

Winter 1994 Fall 1982

May 1973

Spring 1977

Spring 1984

1782 Wilkes Tax List Continued 18:1:(5-7) A continued list of residents listed on the 1782 Wilkes Tax List in Capt. Wm. Slones District, which is presently Caldwell County, NC and in Capt. Sam'l Johnson's District, which is presently Ashe & Alleghany Counties. Wilkes County, NC 1782 Tax List Continued 18:2:(5-6) A continued list of the 1782 Tax List for Wilkes County, NC, for Capt. John Morgan's Dist in the Traphill Area and in Capt. Hardin's Dist., taken back into Surry Co Ca 1792. Wilkes County, NC 1782 Tax List Continued 18:3:(5-6) A continued list of the 1782 Wilkes County, NC Tax List, involving Capt. Alex. Gordon District in the Hunting Creek area, etc.

Summer 1984

Fall 1984

60

Keyword Taxes

Issue

Winter 1984

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Wilkes County, NC 1782 Tax List Continued 18:4:(5-7) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC 1782 Tax List involving Capt. Cleveland's District - Lewis Fork, etc.; plus, Capt. Nathaniel Gordon's District in Eastern Wilkes County. Wilkes County, NC 1782 Tax List Continued 19:1:(5-7) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC 1782 Tax List from Capt. Kee's District in King's Creek, etc. Wilkes County, NC 1782 Tax Lists Continued 19:2:(5-6) A list of those residing in Capt. Rowland Judd's Dist. on the Wilkes County, NC 1782 Tax List. Wilkes County, NC 1782 Tax List Continued 19:3:(4-5) A list of those who resided in Capt. Abrm Demoss District, on the Warr. Ck, Morav. Creek, & Yadkin River in 1782. 1782 Wilkes Tax List Continued 19:4:(6-7) A continued list of the 1782 Wilkes County, NC Tax List for the Capt. Moses Guests' Dist. of King's Ck., now Caldwell Co., & Yadkin River. Benjamin Cleveland's Tax List Continued 22:1:(7-8) The beginning list of Benjamin Cleveland's Tax List for 1774 in the part of Surry County, NC that became Wilkes Co. Benjamin Cleveland's Tax List Continued 22:2:(17-18) A continued list of the 1774 Surry County Tax List in Benjamin Cleveland's District that later became part of Wilkes County, NC. Taylor Family Bible 15:1:(14-15) A copy of the William Taylor Bible, beginning with Isaac Taylor, b. in 1763, and extending into the late 1800s. Bible Record, - The William Myers Family 3:2:(4) The Bible Record of the William and Lillis Tharp Myers family, beginning in 1824. Thompson Bible 2:4:(3) The family Bible for Joseph and Isbel Thompson, beginning in mid 1700s. Land Grant to John Trasher 28:4:(2) Copy of one page of land grant. Tinsley Family Record 12:3:(26-27) The Tinsley Family Record, beginning in the late 1700 and extending into the 1900s.

Spring 1985

Summer 1985 Fall 1985

Winter 1985

Spring 1988

Summer 1988

Taylor Tharp Thompson Thrasher Tinsley

Spring 1981 May 1969

Nov. 1968

Winter 1994 Fall 1978

Searching for Early Settlers of Tippecanoe Co, Indiana 9:4:(14) Tippecanoe Co., IN Nov. 1975 A search for ancestors to honor who contributed to the growth and development of Tippecanoe Co., IN.

Tolever Toliver Tolover Tomlinson

Summer 1995 Fall 1999

Land Grant to Jesse Tolever 29:2:(2) One page copy of an actual land grant. Land Grant 33:3:(5) Actual copy of one page of Moses Toliver's land grant. Land Grant to Jesse Tolover (Tolever) 30:2:(6) One page actual copy of the land grant made to Jesse Tolover (Tolever). Bible Records 24:4:(13-14) Two pages of transcribed Bible Records from the Bible of Anna May Strode Church, dating from the late 1800s into the 1900s. Littleberry Toney of Benjamin Cleveland's Company 15:1:(20) A brief history of Littleberry Toney during the Rev. War Period. Traphill - Origin of Name, Etc. 2:3:(1) The history of Traphill, NC, including some of the early settlers in the area.

Summer 1996 Winter 1990

Toney Traphill, NC

Spring 1981 Aug. 1968

61

Keyword Traphill, NC Tribble Trible

Issue

Feb. 1972

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Traphill 6:1:(3) The early history of Traphill, NC, including the roles of William Blackburn and Claybourne Waddel. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(4) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Elijah Tribble on 13 Aug 1833. Family Record of John Trible & Wife, Martha Medley 19:4:(23) The family record of John Trible and his wife, Martha Medley, beginning in the late 1700s. This family moved to KY in 1809 from NC. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:2:(11-12) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application for William Triplett on 30 Oct 1832. Records of Triplette and Saint Clair Family 23:3:(19-20) The history of the William and Diana Holman Triplette Family, beginning in the 1700s and extending into the 1800s. Bible of George W. Tucker 25:2:(15) A translated list of births, deaths, and marriages of the George W. and Elizabeth Barlow Turker Family of Wilkes County, NC dating from the 1800 and 1900s. Land Grant to Jno. Underwood 27:3:(11) One page copy of actual land grant.

Winter 1976 Winter 1985

Triplett Triplette

Summer 1976 Fall 1989

Tucker

Summer 1991

Underwood

Fall 1993

The Southern Claims Commission 33:1:(13-15) Union Retributions Spring 1999 A list of names of those individuals from Wilkes Co., NC who claimed damage done by Union Soldiers, with name, case number, status, and year filed stated.

Vanderpool Vannoy

Fall 1994

Land Grant to Abraham Vanderpool 28:3:(6) Copy of one page of land grant A Vannoy Problem Solved 2:3:(1) A discussion on the history of the Vannoy family from NC to TN to TX. Elder James Vannoy Family Cemetery 21:1:(24) A list of 9 burial sites for those with mostly Vannoy surnames, dating in the 1800s. Family Records 21:2:(7-8) Family records from the book of Susanna Vannoy, with dates in mid 1800s into the 1900s. Transcription of Copy from North Carolina State Archives 23:1:(19) The translated copy of the estate settlement of Benjamin Sheppard, Decd., by James Vannoy, guardian, on 2 Aug 1831. Abner Vannoy and Others to James Vannoy A Deed for 200 Acres of Land 24:3:(12) A transcribed land deed made on 10 March 1818 between James Vannoy and others with the Vannoy surname. Abner Vannoy & Others to Enoch Vannoy Deed 24:3:(13) A transcribed land deed made on 1 July 1822 between Abner Vannoy and others with the Vannoy surname. Land Grant to Francis Vannoy 29:2:(9) A copy of one page of an actual land grant. Harvey S. Vannoy - Civil War Days 31:1:(18-21) The history of Harvey S. Vannoy during the Civil War Period as summarized from a newspaper article published in 1931. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(6-8) A list of brief historical excerpts taken from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dating around 1922.

Aug. 1968

Spring 1987

Summer 1987 Spring 1989

Fall 1990

Fall 1990

Summer 1995 Spring 1997

Veterans

Fall 1987

62

Keyword Viars

Issue

Fall 1976

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(7) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of William Viars. Revolutionary War Records 23:2:(16) Abstract of Rev. War Records of William Viars, Private, North Carolina Militia on 4 Nov 1834. Traphill 6:1:(3) The early history of Traphill, NC, including the roles of William Blackburn and Claybourne Waddel. Wagon Train 2:2:(7) Plans for the 1968 Daniel Boone Wagon Train have been made. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(6) A brief abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Isaac Walker on 4 Oct 1832. Walker Family Bible 12:4:(24) The Walker Family Bible Record, beginning in 1826. Eli Jackson Walker Family Records 26:2:(17) A translated copy of the records of Eli Jackson and Sarah Rhods Walker's Family, with dates of births stated. Thomas Walsh, Sr. 15:3:(13) The family records of the Thomas Walsh, Sr. Family, beginning in the 1700s. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(2) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for John Walters on 25 Sept 1832. Walters' Bible Records 31:1:(12-17) Actual copies of pages out of the Walters' Family Bible, beginning with Jacob and Emeline in the early 1800s and extending into the 1900s. Revolutionary Pensioner from Amherst County, VA Who Lived in the Counties of 13:1:(14-15) Abstract of the Rev. War Pension of Tilman Walton from Burke County, NC on 26 July 1821. Revolutionary Pensioner from Amherst County, VA Who Lived in the Counties of 13:1:(15) Abstract of the Rev. War Pension of William Walton from Green Co., AL on 12 Jan 1833. Muster Roll ­ Of That Part of The Quota of Infantry Furnished . . . 11:3:(13-18) The Wilkes, Surry, Ashe, Burke, Buncombe, and Haywood Cos., NC muster rolls of names of men who comprised regiments in various brigades in War of 1812. A Return of the Regiment of Militia Detached from the Fifth Division ... 12:2:(16) A list of the return of the regiment of militia detached from the Fifth Division by order of the Commander in Chief of the militia of the state of North Carolina in agreement to an act of Congress that was passed on 10 April 1812. Miscellaneous File in NC Archives ­ Wilkes Co., NC 13:1:(16) A list of 4 short miscellaneous records pertaining to the war of 1812 involving Micajah Lansford, Thomas Cook, Abner Chandler, and Wimbor Sumbee. Wardens of the Poor, Wilkes County 21:2:(19-20) Beginning in May 1854, the records for the wardens of the poor for Wilkes Co., NC. Warren Family Record 19:2:(12) The transcribed Bible Records of the Warren Families - Samuel, James, Robert, and William - from the 1800s to the 1900s. Revolutionary War Pensioners ­ Residents of Wilkes County, NC During the Rev 10:4:(4) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Moses Waters on 29 Oct 1832. Revolutionary Pensioner from Amherst County, VA Who Lived in the Counties of 13:1:(14) Abstract of the Revolutionary War Pension of Moses Waters from Rutherford County, NC on 10 Dec 1832.

Summer 1989

Waddell Wagon Train Walker

Feb. 1972 May 1968

Winter 1976 Winter 1978

Summer 1992

Walsh Walters

Fall 1981

Winter 1976

Spring 1997

Walton

Spring 1979 Spring 1979

War of 1812

Fall 1977

Summer 1978

Spring 1979

Wardens Warren

Summer 1987 Summer 1985

Waters

Winter 1976

Spring 1979

63

Keyword Watson Webb

Issue

Summer 1998 Nov. 1974

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Watson Family 32:2:(12-18) The history of the Watson Family, beginning with David Watson around 1765 and extending well in the 1800s. Some Descendants of Millian Webb and Samuel Hall 8:4:(8-10) The history of the Samuel and Millian Webb Hall Family and some of their descendants, beginning around 1740. Webb Family Information 12:1:(11) A brief history of the Merry Webb Family and some of his descendants, beginning in mid 1750. Land Grant 33:3:(12) Copy of one page of James Webb's land grant. William McQueen Welch 15:3:(13) The family records of the William Elizabeth Judd Welch Family, dated in the 1800s. Excerpts from Andrew Co., Missouri Newspapers 25:2:(6) Newspaper Excerpts pertaining to Jonathan Wells, John and Rebecca Eddings, and Mrs. Mary W. Clark during the late 1800s. Genealogy Society is Organized 1:1:(1) The early history of the Wilkes Genealogical Society that was organized in 1967. A Word From the President 1:1:(1) An article by Ivey Moore, the first President of WGS, where he welcomed the members and stated the needs of the group. Charter Members 1:1:(1-2) A list of the charter members of the Wilkes Genealogical Society that was organized in 1967. New Officers 1:1:(4) A picture and a list of the officers for 1967 of the Wilkes Genealogical Society. A Word From The President 1:2:(1) An article from the President of WGS pertaining to the Organization Genealogy Room Almost Reality 4:3:(1) A description of the housing and the other needs of the Wilkes Genealogy Society in the Wilkes Library. Wilkes Genealogical Society, Inc. 9:1:(2) The purposes, goals, membership benefits, policies, and proceeds of the Wilkes Genealogical Society, Inc. are stated. Wilkes Genealogical Society News 13:2:(28) A newspaper article pertaining to the establishment and the holdings of the Wilkes Genealogical Society's. Wilkes County, North Carolina Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:4:(13-14) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for George Wheatley/Whitley on 24 Oct 1839. Smith ­ Whittington 6:3:(1) The history of the Jarvis and Nancy Whittington Smith Family who resided in Wilkes Co., NC, beginning in the late 1700s. NC Legislative Papers 21:2:(10-12) A petition to the NC General Assembly in 1823 pertaining to Leonard Whittington. Approximately 75 Wilkes Co. inhabitants signed the petition. The Following Information from Louise McGlamery Houck 24:4:(15) Birth and deaths for the family of William and Tennessee Mock Houck, b. in the 1820s, and for some of their descendants during the 1800s.

Spring 1978 Fall 1999

Welch Wells

Fall 1981

Summer 1991

WGS

May 1967

May 1967

May 1967 May 1967 Oct. 1967

Aug. 1970 Feb. 1975

Summer 1979

Wheatley Whittington

Winter 1976 Aug. 1972

Summer 1987

Winter 1990

64

Keyword Wiles Wilkes Co., NC

Issue

Spring 1976 May 1967

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:1:(6-7) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for Abraham Wiles, commencing on 4 Aug 1819. Formation of Wilkes County, NC 1:1:(4) A brief history of the formation of Wilkes County, NC. Wilkes County Origin 5:1:(1) A brief explanation of the creation of Wilkes and surrounding counties in NC. First in Freedom 9:2:(12-13) This article describes the setting of Wilkes Co., NC and the State of North Carolina for their part in the Rev. War. John J. Williams, Rev. War Veteran Unrecognized by the DAR 23:4:(12-16) A discussion and legal records pertaining to tracing the history of John J. Williams, a Rev. War Veteran, and some of his descendants. Wilkes County, NC Will Book I Continued 16:2:(16-18) A continued list of events as recorded in Will Book I in Wilkes County, NC in 1778 ­ 1779. Wilkes County, NC Will Book I Continued 16:3:(18-22) A continue list of events listed in the Wilkes County, NC Will Book I from the early 1780s. Wilkes County, NC Will Book A 1, Continued 16:4:(13-16) A continued list of items listed in the Wilkes County, NC Will Book A-1, dated in 1783 and 1784. Wilkes County, NC Will Book One Continued 17:1:(9-12) A continued list of events from the Wilkes County, NC Will Book One from 25 Oct 1784 ­ 8 Jan 1786. Wilkes County, NC Will Book One Continued 17:2:(11-14) A continued list of events from the Wilkes County, NC Will Book One from 1786 ­ 1787. Wilkes County, NC Will Book One Continued 17:3:(7-10) A continued list of events in Wilkes County, NC Will Book One, around 1785 ­ 1789. Wilkes County, NC Will Book One Continued 17:4:(3-6) A continued list of events in the Wilkes County, NC Will Book One, dating in the late 1780s into the early 1790s. Will Book One Continued 18:1:(2-4) A continuance of Wilkes County, NC Will Book One (1778-1799), for wills dating in the early 1790s. Wilkes County, NC Will Book One Continued 18:2:(2-4) A continued list of the Wilkes County, NC Will Book One, dating in 1792-1793. Wilkes County, NC Will Book One Continued 18:3:(2-4) A continued list of the wills in Wilkes County, NC in Will Book One, dated mostly in 1794. Wilkes County, NC Will Book One Continued 18:4:(2-4) A continued list of items contained in the Wilkes County, NC Will Book One, dated in mid 1790s. Wilkes County, NC Will Book One Continued 19:1:(2-4) A continued list of the abstracted Wills in the Wilkes County, NC Will Book One, mostly in the latter part of the 1790s. Wilkes County, NC Will Book One Continued 19:2:(2-4) A continued list relating to wills in Wilkes County during the late 1790s era. Wilkes County, NC Will Book One Continued 19:3:(2-3) A continued abstracted list of items relating to wills in Wilkes County, NC in Will Book One dated around 1799.

Feb. 1971 May 1975

Williams

Winter 1989

Wills

Summer 1982 Fall 1982

Winter 1982

Spring 1983

Summer 1983 Fall 1983

Winter 1983

Spring 1984

Summer 1984 Fall 1984

Winter 1984

Spring 1985

Summer 1985 Fall 1985

65

Keyword Wills

Issue

Winter 1985

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Will Book Two Continued 19:4:(2-5) A continued list of information relating to Wilkes County, North Carolina wills around the 1800s era. Wilkes County, NC Will Book Two Continued 20:1:(2-5) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC Will Abstracts from Book 2 from 1802 through 1805. Wilkes County, NC Will Book Two Abstracts Continued 20:3:(2-5) A continued list of Wilkes County, NC Will Book Two Abstracts from around 1805 - 1806. Wilkes County, NC Will Book Two Abstracts Continued 20:4:(2-5) A continued list of abstracted information pertaining to Wilkes County, NC wills from around 1805 - 1806. Will Book Two Continued 21:1:(2-5) A continued list of Will Abstracts in Wilkes Co., NC in 1808 - 1810. Will Book Two Continued 21:2:(2-5) A continued list of will abstracts from 1809 - 1811 of people who resided in Wilkes County, NC. Excerpts from Tennessee Civil War Veterans, Vol. I - Vol. 5 21:3:(6) A list of brief historical excerpts from the Tennessee Civil War Veterans' Questionnaires, Vol. I concerning past Wilkes County, North Carolina residents, dated around 1922. The Bouchelle, Finley, Wilson Connections 29:4:(4-10) Three generations of the Major John Finley Family, beginning in 1778 in Augusta Co., VA, and ending in Wilkes County in the 1800s. Actual copies of family records are also included in the article. Wilson Family in America 30:2:(12-13) The history of the Wilson Family, beginning with William Carpenter who married Betsy Wilson in the 1800s. Land Grant for John Witherspoon 28:1:(15) Copy of one page of land grant for land on Kings' Creek. Wood Family Bible 12:4:(22) A short Bible record of the family of Dempsey and Elizabeth Wood, beginning in 1813. Piece of Wood Family Bible 14:2:(21) The records of some members of the Wood surname from an old piece of a Bible, dated in the late 1800s to early 1900s. Bible Record 16:3:(17) The Bible Record of John T. and Sophronia C. Keener Wood and their son Fred's Families in the 1800 and 1900s from Western North Carolina. Woodruff Family Bible 14:2:(28) The Bible Records of J. H. and W. H. Woodruff, beginning in mid 1800s and extending into the 1900s. Revolutionary War Pensioners 10:3:(8-9) An abstract of the Rev. War Pension Application of James Woody on 4 June 1834. Wright Correction 6:2:(1) A correction on the John Wright Family in the May 1968 Bulletin Edition on page 1. Descendants of Thomas and Mary C. Wright to Have Reunion 6:2:(3) An announcement pertaining to a meeting of the descendants of the Honorable Thomas and Mary Clanton Wright of Surry Co., NC on 18 June 1972. Annual Meeting Wright Descendants 7:2:(5) An announcement pertaining to the formation of the John Wright, Jr. Family Organization on 18 June 1972, at the Kerr Scott Dam & Reservoir in Wilkes Co., NC. Land Grant for Daniel Wright 28:1:(12) One page copy of a land grant.

Spring 1986 Fall 1986

Winter 1986

Spring 1987

Summer 1987

Wilson

Fall 1987

Winter 1995

Summer 1996

Witherspoon Wood

Spring 1994 Winter 1978

Summer 1980

Fall 1982

Woodruff Woody Wright

Summer 1980 Fall 1976

May 1972 May 1972

May 1973

Spring 1994

66

Keyword Yates

Issue

Spring 1976 Spring 1976

Vol:Num:Pg

Article Title

Revolutionary War Pension Abstracts 10:1:(7) The abstract for the Rev. War Pension Application for John Yates, commencing on 16 Dec 1835. The Way It Was 10:1:(9) A brief story pertaining to how Mrs. John (Jemima) Roper Yates obtained her stolen horse from Cornwallis. The York Family 7:4:(9-10) The history of the Henry York Family and some of his descendants, beginning in 1732. Bible Record 16:3:(14) The Bible Record of the John and Martha Stuart (Steward) Young Family, dated in the 1700s to mid 1800s, from Ireland to NC. James Young Family 26:1:(10-13) The history of James Young, born 1788, and his family with supporting documentation.

York Young

Nov. 1973 Fall 1982

Spring 1992

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