6 edition of 1850 census of Johnston County, North Carolina found in the catalog.
1850 census of Johnston County, North Carolina
Helen R. Marler
by Heritage Books in Bowie, Md
|Other titles||Eighteen fifty census of Johnston County, North Carolina|
|Statement||Helen R. Marler.|
|Genre||Genealogy., Census, 1850., Census, 7th, 1850.|
|LC Classifications||F262.J6 M37 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 316 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||316|
|LC Control Number||2001267840|
Thomas Johnson and family have been tracked through land records from the Rowan County area of North Carolina into Hawkins County, Tennessee, Sullivan County, also in Tennessee, then on to Knox County in the state of Kentucky. There is speculation by some that Thomas and family could have lived in Russell County, Virginia during this. Historic Overlay Maps. About Historic Overlay Maps Selected maps from the North Carolina Maps project can be viewed as Historic Overlay Maps, layered directly on top of current road maps or satellite images. By fading or "seeing through" the historic maps, users are able to compare the similarities and differences between old and new maps, and to study the changes in North .
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 after , copies of marriage since Jan and a Divorce records since There is a fee for each copy . History the text in this section is copied from an article in Wikipedia. The county was formed in from Craven was named for Gabriel Johnston, Governor of North Carolina from to In parts of Johnston County, Bladen County, and Granville County were combined to form Orange the eastern part of Johnston County became Dobbs .
Pitt County is in the eastern part of North Carolina and is surrounded by Beaufort, Craven, Edgecombe, Greene, Lenoir, Martin, and Wilson counties. Courts were first held at the home of John Hardy until a courthouse could be built. The courthouse was built on Hardy's land near Hardy's Chapel. In Martinsboro was established, and in the. Z.H. Gwynn, - Onslow County (N.C.) - pages 0 Reviews Taken from the original records in the state archives of North Carolina at Raleigh, North Carolina and from the records in the Jacksonville County courthouse, North Carolina with census records taken from the original record in the National Archives of the United States of America.
Get this from a library. census of Johnston County, North Carolina. [Helen R Marler]. United States Federal Census. This database is an index to individuals enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Seventh Census of the United States. Census takers recorded many details including each person's name, age as of the census day, sex, color; birthplace, occupation of males over age fifteen, and more.
The North Carolina State Archives has these nonpopulation censuses for North Carolina: Agriculture:,Industry/Manufacturing:,Social Statistics:, Indexes: fiche, film, or book [edit | edit source]. For a list of microform and book indexes for the non-population schedules of North Carolina, click here.
Vol Reel - North Carolina Federal Population Census Slave Schedules - Guilford, Halifax, Haywood, Henderson, Hertford, Hyde, lredell, Johnston, Jones, Lenoir, and Lincoln Counties: Population schedules of the seventh census of. U.S. Census, ; North Carolina Census Indexes, ; Johnston County Census Records, ; Marriages, ; Wills, ; Court minutes, ; Cemetery directories; Bible records; Family histories, including various materials on file as well as published genealogies; Military service records.
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.
Census 1:Johnston County, NC, mother Abigail is living with John, she is 80 yrs. old Census 2:Listed with him is a Kitsey (18) and a Henry Fields (10).
Census 3:Neighbors are James Hudson and William Blackman. Children of John Eldridge and Gilley Unknown are: +. " Federal Census, North Carolina." Census for all counties in North Carolina.
LLS "An Abstract of North Carolina Wills " Fred A. Olds, Clearfield Co, Inc., Date of North Carolina wills, with Names mentioned in will This book does not included a general index.
I will need to know the name with a specific. Heads of families at the first census of the United States taken in the year North Carolina - North, S.
(Simon Newton Dexter), [Type written book, indexed.] North Carolina census [hand written book] Title: Historic Architecture of Johnston County, North Carolina. Author: Thomas R. Butchko. Description: A publication of Keep Johnston County Beautiful, Inc., showcasing representative examples of pres architectural styles and building types throughout Johnston County.
Photographs and maps included. Johnston County is a county located in the U.S. state of North of the census, the population wasIts county seat is Smithfield. Johnston County is included in the Raleigh, NC Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, NC Combined Statistical Area, which has a population of 1, as of U.S.
Census Named for: Gabriel Johnston. Holmes Family Migrations from NC to Smyth County, Virginia & Lee County, Alabama The family of John Holmes, Sr. went in different directions after the death of their family’s patriarch. Thanks to deeds, census records.
U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules. During the United States Federal Census, enslaved individuals were recorded separately in what were called slave schedules. This database provides details about those persons, including age, sex, and color, but unfortunately, most schedules omit personal names.
Until Census Sassers were only found in Johnston and Wayne County. Only 4 Sassers in North Carolina Census There are 2 others in Maryland and 1 in Pennsylvania – no others listed in the US.
In a John Sasser shows up in Anson County. Census Online - Richmond Co., North Carolina. Links to Online Census Records. North Carolina Census Records Online Census () Census (92) Census (44) Census (32) Census (8) Census (14) Census (5) Census (27) Census (4) County Statewide (1) Alamance (12) Alexander (2) Alleghany (18) Anson ( Burlington County (part) Burlington County (part) Camden County Cape May and Cumberland Counties City of Newark, north, east, and south wards City of Newark, west and 5th wards Essex County (part) (excluding the city of Newark) Essex County (part) (excluding the city of Newark) Gloucester County The U.S.
Census Slave Schedules for Halifax County, North Carolina (NARA microfilm series M, Roll ) reportedly includes a total of 10, slaves. This transcription includes slaveholders who held 20 or more slaves in Halifax County, accounting for 6, slaves, or about % of the County total.
Census Online - Mecklenburg Co., North Carolina. Links to Online Census Records. North Carolina, County Divorce Records, Family Search.
North Carolina, County Marriages, Family Search. North Carolina, Divorce Index, North Carolina, Marriage Records Somebody knows my name: marriages of freed people in North Carolina, county by county Family History Library.
Males Females 45+ 45+ Slaves. The U.S. Census for Johnston County shows that he was 80 yrs of age and his wife, Tamsey was age They were living with Larkin G. BOYETT, a farmer. George's will was written 10 Aug and probated in Johnston Co., NC during November term (Johnston Co., NC Will Book, p.
).About North Carolina, Marriage Index, This database is an index to individuals who were married in various North Carolina counties between and The database is a compilation of several indexes obtained from multiple agencies, namely the North Carolina State Archives, North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics, and.There were essentially four Amos Johnsons in pre western Johnston County, NC.
Amos Johnson, Sr. (ca. ; md. Mary ____) of Southampton County, VA settled in Johnston County prior to He resided on the North side of Middle Creek, and devised his will in .