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2 edition of Family Bible records of Johnston County, North Carolina found in the catalog.

Family Bible records of Johnston County, North Carolina

Elizabeth E. Ross

Family Bible records of Johnston County, North Carolina

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Published by E.E. Ross in Clayton, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Johnston County (N.C.),
  • North Carolina,
  • Johnston County.
    • Subjects:
    • Bible records -- North Carolina -- Johnston County.,
    • Johnston County (N.C.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled and edited by Elizabeth E. Ross.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF262.J6 R66 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <2 > ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1283485M
      LC Control Number92141390

      Bible Records of Early Edgecombe Edgecombe County Eliza FAMILY RECORD Farmer was born February 22 files of Hugh George Griffin Harriett Haywood Henry Hines Horn James Jane Jenkins Jesse John Johnston Jonas Johnston Jordan Joseph Joshua Joyner July 28 June 12 June 26 Lawrence Lewis Margaret Mary Elizabeth Mayo Mercer Moore Moses Farmer Nancy. The State Library of North Carolina and the North Carolina State Archives has put together a website called North Carolina Family Records Online which "currently contains over Bible Records (lists of birth, marriage, and death information recorded in North Carolina Bibles throughout the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries). The collection also.   Modern-day Johnston County is about 12 miles Southeast of Raleigh and contains Princeton, Smithfield and Goldsborough. My original records state that John O'Neal was born in Edgecombe, Johnston, North Carolina. I don't know if he was born in a town named Johnston in Edgecombe County (or District), or in a town named Edgecombe, in Johnston County. The first Proprietary governor of Albemarle, William Drummond, was born in Scotland, and later Scots-such as the Glaswegian Thomas Pollock, who came to North Carolina in achieved prominence in the mercantile and political life of the colony.


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Family Bible records of Johnston County, North Carolina by Elizabeth E. Ross Download PDF EPUB FB2

Johnston County was created 28 June from Craven County.; County seat: Smithfield For animated maps illustrating North Carolina county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation North Carolina County Boundary Maps" () may be viewed for free at the website. Edgecombe County was established 4 April from Bertie County.; County seat: Tarboro For animated maps illustrating North Carolina county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation North Carolina County Boundary Maps" () may be viewed for free at the website.

Edgecombe County was formed in from Bertie County. Get this from a library. Family Bible records of Johnston County, North Carolina. [Elizabeth E Ross; National Society Daughters of the American Revolution of. The GENWEB Genealogy web site for Johnston County, North Carolina.» Resources» Bibles: RESOURCES: BIBLES: ALEXANDER - William B.

Alexander Family Bible Records; ATKINSON - Carey and Willie Atkinson Family Bible Records; BAGLEY - Bagley Family Bible Records; BALLARD-BARHAM.

This book was given by my father William Johnston to Larkin Johnston. Then to Littleton Johnston, son of Larkin Johnston. Feb. 19, This book given to me by my father Larkin Johnston Feb. 19,on Hico, Person County, North Carolina.

This book is years old now. Title: Johnston County Tax List Author: Johnston County Heritage Cente Description: Civil War-era tax list which includes slaves by name, age, dollar value, and owner's name.

Real estate, cash, and poll tax listings are also included for free persons. Some districts are missing, and some do. Index of Bible Records Page 2 of 4: JAMES EGERTON PRAYER BOOK - Inc: Simms, Judkins & Bricker: JOHN EGERTON BOOK OF SERMONS - Inc: Brown, Judkins: THOMAS RICHARD EVANS FAMILY BIBLE - Inc: Jackson & Morris: FELTS FAMILY BIBLE - Inc: Shanks & Munn: The focus for genealogical records primarily includes the eastern half of North Carolina and the Virginia Tidewater region.

Johnston County Census Records, ; Marriages, ; Wills, ; Court minutes, ; Cemetery directories; Bible records; Family histories, including various materials on file as well as. The Tax Lists and Records digital collection features tax records from the holdings of the State Archives of North Carolina drawn from General Assembly, Treasurer & Comptroller, and Secretary of State records.

The bulk of the records are from the Colonial and Revolutionary War eras, but some lists date from as late as Johnston County NC Land Records. USA (1,) > North Carolina (55,) > Johnston County (1,) > Johnston County Land Records (18). USA (1,) > North Carolina (55,) > North Carolina Land Records () > Johnston County Land Records (18).

Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the North Carolina Land Records. Benson Church Records.

Church minutes, (Trinity Baptist Church (Benson, North Carolina)) Family History Library Clayton Church Records. Minutes and membership lists, (First Baptist Church (Clayton, Johnston County, North Carolina)) Family History Library Minutes and roll of members, (First Baptist Church (Clayton, Johnston County, North.

Johnston County, NC Vital Records. Where can find Johnston County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records. Johnston County vital records can be found at the North Carolina Department of Health which has copies of birth records after and death records aftercopies of marriage since Jan and a Divorce records since There is a fee for each copy requested.

"Chowan County, North Carolina County Court Minutes; Book I, and Book II, & " Weynette Parks Haun, Durham NC, CWM "Chowan County, North Carolina Marriage Records " Frances T. Ingmire, Iberian, Athens, GA CWM.

Johnston County was formed in from Craven County: Table of Contents: Bibles: Bicentennial Series: Biographies: Cemeteries: Census: Post Card: Tax Lists: Vitals: Grimes Wills & Inventories: Wills & Estates: To contribute records about your ancestors Click Here: Return to the NCGenWeb Archives Table of Contents Visit the Johnston County.

The first sizable group of Scots to arrive in North Carolina in a body was the so-called Argyll Colony ofwhich came from the Highland county of Argyll and settled on the Cape Fear River between Cross Creek and the Lower Little River.

Numbering some men, women, and children, the group was led by Highland gentry who provided much of. Genealogy profile for John Lee of Johnston County, North Carolina John Lee, Esq. ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for John Lee, Esq. ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living en: Edward Lee, Sr., Mary Ballenger, Frederick Lee, Capt.

Thomas Greenberry Lee, John Lee, Jr. Related products. Abstracts of Vital Records From Raleigh, NC Newspapers, v. 1 $ Add to cart North Carolina Headrights: A List of Names, $ Add to cart North Carolina Research: Genealogy & Local History, 2nd Ed. on Jump Drive. From Craven County, North Carolina Court Minutes Book VI () by Weynette Parks Haun p.

78 (July ) [] Ordered that Charles BUTLER an Orphan Boy son of William BUTLER Aged Fifteen Years be Bound Apprentice to Charles ROACH to learn Shoemaker Trade. HISTORY: Johnston County was formed from Craven County in and named for Gabriel Johnston who was the royal governor of North Carolina from It was later used to form parts of Dobbs, Orange, Wake and Wilson counties, but gained territory from Orange County in.

This is a list of all the Bible records located in a large file box in the County Clerk's Office of Warren County, North Carolina. Thanks to the hard work and generosity of Forrest King and Margaret Gagliardi, we have been able to add many new records online are indicated with and can be viewed by clicking the Bible Name.

Quaker Meeting Records, includes Johnston County, North Carolina (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) U.S. Presbyterian Church Records, includes Benson, Kenly and Smithfield, North Carolina (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($).

Early information for this family came from Owen and Rebecca WILKINS' Bible, in the possession of James Thomas WILKINS Jun'r. of Clayton, N.C., and from J.T.'s daughter, Gwen Bible record was published by the Johnston County Genealogical Society in the book Family Bible Records, Volume I and II Revised, edited by Elizabeth E.

Ross. 4 with leaving the line thus incompletely traced, and in the sum­ mer Jofwhile recovering from a long period of sickness, he resolved to make one more effort to fully trace the ancestral descent back to the emigrant ancestor who settled in America.

Soon after this, by correspondence, he made the acquaintance of n, of Woburn, Mass., alineal descend­. Johnston County, North Carolina.

Genealogy and History Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy. Welcome to North Carolina Genealogy Trails. Our goal is to help you track your ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical and historical data and placing it online for the free use of all researchers.

GENEALOGY BOOK-LIST North Carolina - South Carolina Bible Records by Jeannette Holland Austin, pp. A collection of Bibles from the 's and 's by owners who are not deceased. Genealogies and family notes: Allen of AMelia County, Anderson of Kent County, Buckner of Brunswick County, Callaway, Cavender of Dinwiddie.

Johnston County, North Carolina, record book A#2, [Haun, Weynette Parks] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Johnston County, North Carolina, record book A#2, Author: Weynette Parks Haun. OLD JAMES OLIVE OF WAKE COUNTY NORTH CAROLINA James Olive, the second son of William Olive, was born in in Virginia.

Until recently there was little known about the background of "Old James", as he is refered to by the family. James was the father of seven sons and maybe two daughters. free websites for researching your North Carolina family ancestors Johnston County North Carolina Genealogy and History: Census.

Newbern District (Source: Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States taken in the yearby Dept of Commerce &. North Carolina, Carteret County, sherrif’s deeds, Record of resale of land by trustees and mortgagees, Craven County (Index, Deeds, and Land Grants from – Craven County Register of Deeds); Also, FamilySearch has the following.

Other county records, such as deeds, estates, and tax lists, cemetery records, Bible records, and church records, can also contain valuable information. Freedmen’s Bureau, Freedman’s Savings and Trust Company records, and WPA slave narratives may also prove useful.

North Carolina County Records. North Carolina Family Records. The over rare images featured in this collection were gathered from the Johnston County Room of the Public Library of Johnston County and Smithfield, the North Carolina State Archives, the photograph collection of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the private collections of gracious local : The county offers several heritage museums including the Johnston County Heritage Center noted for its genealogy room, the Benson Museum of Local History which chronicles the life of area farmers and merchants, and the Tobacco Farm Life Museum, which pays tribute to the heritage of the Eastern North Carolina farm family.

All are showcasing the. Get this from a library. Lee family collection, ca. -- Contains Kite family Bible records, ca. -- Notes on the family of John Lee of Johnston County, North Carolina -- Will of William R.

Lee, Johnston County, North Carolina, -- Will of. Orange County, NC Vital Records. Where can find Orange County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records. Orange County vital records can be found at the North Carolina Department of Health which has copies of birth records after and death records aftercopies of marriage since Jan and a Divorce records since There is a fee for each copy requested.

Johnston County History Johnston County was formed in from Craven County. It is named for Gabriel Johnston, royal governor of North Carolina from to Johnston County, North Carolina offers great connections to history, entertainment, dining, lodging, and outlet shopping, along with a generous helping of true southern hospitality.

Johnston County Register of Deeds PO Box Market St Courthouse Square Smithfield, NC Info: Fax: Marriage Records from North Carolina Bible Records. This digital online collection currently contains a selection of over Bible Records (lists of birth, marriage, and death information written in North Carolina family bibles) from the + copies of various donated family Bibles held by the.

Religion in Johnston County, North Carolina % of the people in Johnston County are religious: % are Baptist - % are Episcopalian - % are Catholic - % are Lutheran - % are Methodist - % are Pentecostal - % are Presbyterian - % are Church of Jesus Christ - % are another Christian faith - % are Judaism - %.

Johnston County, North Carolina In the Name of God Amen. This the ninth day March in the year of Christ One Thousand seven hundred and sixty.

I Philip Jones of Johnston County in North Carolina being sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament in the form and manner following - viz.

Johnson - Johnston Family Cemetery Records. P North Carolina. Sponsored by the Johnson Family Club. Welcome to our Johnson family cemetery records, a part of our Johnson Family Club's History main purpose of the Johnson Family Club is to gather and preserve the family history of ALL the Johnson - Johnston families.

Johnston County Genealogy Records are kept by a number of different government agencies and departments in Johnston County, North Carolina. The U.S. Census Bureau maintains Genealogy Records in the form of census data.

Other municipal and North Carolina State offices also maintain records that are useful for tracing lineage.Anson County, N.C. Newspapers North Carolina Newspaper Index, page 7 (Source: North Carolina Digital Collections) The Anson Record and the Messenger and Intelligencer - (Source: Google News Archive).Johnston County, North Carolina genealogy and family history page is a place where you can come in and research your genealogy and family history.

We also do our best to provide a history of the area, to provide you with an overview of the time in which your ancestors lived.