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THE PIONEER FAMILIES OF CARTERET COUNTY,
Compiled by Thelma P. Simpson and Rebecca W. Sanders, 1983
Reformatted and reprinted with corrections and additions by Richard R. Dietz, 1999.
Order item B166
The book is 168 pages, NOT indexed, soft cover with a plastic comb binding, and available for $19.98 plus $3.99 shipping & handling charge (Add $1.00 S&H for each additional volume ordered).
Order item B166.1FORMAT: ELECTRONIC
The book's full text has been converted to PDF format which is easily searchable for key words, names, dates, places, etc.
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The Adobe Acrobat Reader software program is required in order to view these books on the disk. Using the Acrobat Reader program you can easily search for names, dates, locations, etc., which appear in the books. You can also print paper copies of the books. The software program and installation instructions are included on the disk.
Carteret County is located on the east coast of North Carolina and has a rich history of sea-faring traditions including the visitations of pirates such as Blackbeard. In fact, for awhile he made his hide-out in the coastal waters of this county.
Some of the family names found in the earliest records of this region, and which are discussed in varying degrees of detail are Davis, Willis(ton), Harker, Salter, Jarrott, Pigott, Chadwick, Simpson, Robinson, Lupton, Styron, Piner, Pake, Goodwin, Hancock, Bell, Moore, Wade, Ward, Bragg, Nelson, Leffers, Bishop, and others. Thousands of individuals are listed here, most arranged in family groups with birth, marriage, and death dates. Histories of some families going back to the original immigrant are included for many of the names previously listed.
Records included in this book are marriages, births, deaths, cemetery, military, school, real estate, deeds and wills.
If your ancestors lived in Carteret County, NC from the time of its founding in the late 1600s to the early 1900s, you'll probably find them in the records in this book.
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