2 edition of Malcolm Kelly family of Moore County, North Carolina found in the catalog.
Malcolm Kelly family of Moore County, North Carolina
Douglas F. Kelly
by [D.F. Kelly in [Dillon, S.C.] (500 E. Cleveland St., Dillon 29536)
Written in English
|LC Classifications||CS71.K29 1978a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||82228098|
Federal census records for North Carolina began in The enumeration is missing for Caswell, Granville, and Orange counties; the is missing the counties of Craven, Greene, New Hanover, and Wake, (though the information has been substituted in most publications with tax lists); and the is complete except for Currituck, Franklin, Martin, Montgomery, Randolph and Wake counties. Transylvania County-Balsam Grove-Brevard-Cedar Mountain-Lake Toxaway-Pisgah Forest-Rosman , , , , , , , Triad Region -Greensboro-High Point-Winston Salem.
Austin Moore Duplin County, North Carolina, British Colonial America - Aug managed by Chilton Hawk. Lilly Belle (Moore) Kelly 23 Feb Haralson County, Georgia, USA - 23 Jun Jackson Moore 18 Sep Malcolm Clifford Moore Mitcham, Victoria. THE WILLIAMS FAMILY OF MOORE COUNTY, NC – MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS Prepared by Morgan Jackson  Page 1 , May 25 -- Deed Book 3 Page , Cumberland County, NC John Donahoe deeded Nicholas Newton acres located on Wet Creek.
History of Edgecombe county, North Carolina by Turner, Joseph Kelly; Bridgers, John Luther, joint author. Publication date The Library of Congress Language English. Notes. Pages hole in page-original form of book Cover separated from spine of book Pages are slightly tone. Addeddate Call number Countless Highland Scots migrated to North Carolina during the colonial period and lived primarily in the Upper Cape Fear region during the late s. Immediately the Highland Scots contributed to some of the greatest events in the state's history. As evidenced by the modern-day Highland Games, these Scots and their families migrated to other parts of the state, where aspects of their culture.
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Get this from a library. Malcolm Kelly family of Moore County, North Carolina: ancestry and descendants. [Douglas F Kelly].
A North Carolina Society of Historians Award Winner. 78 pages. Price $ The Scottish Blue Family in North America. Douglas F. Kelly. This book traces the story of several large colonies of Blues who emigrated from Argyll in Scotland from the s to the s to North Carolina.
Greetings from the Moore County, NC Genealogical Society. Our goal is to compile and share records, newspaper articles, people profiles, maps, photographs, and more about the families who lived in Moore County, NC during its early days. Please contact us if you. MOORE COUNTY NCGenWeb.
Moore County NC Slave Schedule Index. Below is an index to all Slave owners of Moore County, NC taken as per the Census Schedule. 02 KEITH, William 01 KELLY, Lauchlin 03 KELLY, Abel 01 KELLY, Malcom 01 KELLY, Alexander 02 KELLY, Peter 01 KELLY, Angus R 05 KENNEDY, Alexander 02 KELLY, Donald.
Bladen County—formed in and the mother county of Scottish settlement in North Carolina—lost thousands of records to three courthouse fires (one aroundone in and another in ). Precious few of those lost deeds can be found—most only in citation—within Cumberland County deed books and Robeson County deed books.
John Sinclair, father of Duncan, emigrated to Moore County where the family was living inaccording to Karen Masterson. Duncan Sinclair was remarried about to Charity “Cherry” Phillips. They lived at Cedar Falls, North Carolina in Randolph County.
North Carolina Statewide Online Genealogy Records. This chart shows links to statewide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county or town), go to Locating Online Databases.and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
The following ancestors have been documented to have been resident, prior to 12 Julyin the portion of the Province of Carolina which became North Carolina. This list constitutes only those ancestors represented in the Order; additional ancestors continue to.
An explanation of how land claims and entries became land grants in North Carolina, from The Dixie Frontier, by Everett Dick,p. "The North Carolina law, applicable to Tennessee inhad the advantage over that of Kentucky, however, in that an official surveyor marked off the land. This Gilbert had a son, John, who came to North Carolina inand with his family left in for Canada and settled in Ontario in the section around Toronto and since then the family has scattered to all parts of Canada.
One son, James, stayed in North Carolina. Ireland or North Carolina, By Jeanette Kathleen Biggers Daniels (Salt Lake City, ) - FHB - Irwin Family Genealogy - From County Tyrone to Logan County, Illinois George C.
Irwin son of John Irwin and Susannah Crawford b. emigrated to USA in ; Charles Irwin emigrated to Victoria, Australia in North Carolina, Death Indexes, This database is an index to deaths that occurred in the State of North Carolina, USA, between and The following information is included in this database: name of deceased, death date, death place (usually a county), age at time of death, gender, race.
U.S., Social Security Death Index, North Carolina Marriages-1 NC AHGP, NC History and Genealogy Project Early Marriages Submitted by C. Barnum ©January 1, Back to North Carolina Marriages Index Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina are coming online in Very likely the same man who was a Colonel in the Jones County Regiment during Moore's Creek Bridge.
Bryant, Cato: Wake County Regiment:a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. Sep.also a Captain under Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment); went to Charlotte then Salisbury then home. The North Carolina historical and genealogical register by Hathaway, James Robert Bent,[from old catalog] ed ; Ray, Worth Stickley, [from old catalog] ed.
North Carolina Divorce Index, Ancestry. North Carolina Marriage Bonds, Ancestry. North Carolina Marriage Index, Ancestry. North Carolina Marriages, Family Search. North Carolina, Civil Marriages, Family Search.
North Carolina, County Divorce Records, Family Search. North Carolina Marriages2 NC AHGP, NC History and Genealogy Project Early Marriages Submitted by C. Barnum ©January 1, Back to North Carolina Marriages Index Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina are coming online in The JACKIE from Stanraer to North Carolina, 31 May The ULYSSES from Greenock to North Carolina, April-May The AJAX from Greenock to North Carolina, June The ULYSSES from Greenock to Wilmington, North Carolina, August The CAROLINA from London to Carolina.
The Estate of Archibald McGugan of Robeson County, North Carolina Malcolm and Margaret Leach and their Descendants The John McNair Family Record Front Cover: Photo of Margaret Patterson b. Robeson County, NC granddaughter of “Buffalo” Daniel Patterson.
Vol 5 No 4 Fall The Kintyre Hearth Tax (Part 2). These families were from the area originally comprising Cumberland County, but now in parts of Moore, Hoke, Harnette, Lee and Robeson counties.
As the United States grew, these families and their descendants spread westward. Malcolm, and five of his seven children, relocated to Talladega (now Clay) County, Alabama in. MOORE COUNTY, NC - Confederate Veteran's Roll of Honor ===== This file was contributed for use in the North Carolina USGenWeb Archives by: Claude Medlin [CMedlin AT ] ===== This list of Moore County soldiers of the confederacy by George W.
Willcox originally appears as Appendix "D" in the county o f Moore by Manly Wade Wellman.The census records of the State of North Carolina for spelled the name as McCremon, with members of the family living in Moore, Robeson, and Cumberland counties. The first primary source that I have found, that can be traced to our family, that spells the name as McCrummen, is the marriage record of John McCrummen in Bibb County, AL.Robeson County, North Carolina Genealogy and History Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy: Federal Census Source: Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States taken in the year by Dept of Commerce & Labor.