The History of Mecklenburg County, N C (#9778)

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A selection of county records container lists are available in PDF format. As records series are arranged and described, additional container lists will become available. Listed above are the currently available box lists for Mecklenburg County Wills.

Sinceoriginal wills were under the jurisdiction of the county in which it was : () Mecklenburg County, NC Vital Records. Where can N C book Mecklenburg County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records. Mecklenburg 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.

The history of Mecklenburg county from to Family History Library The history of Steele Creek Church, Mecklenburg, N.C Ancestry Charlotte Histories and Genealogies.

Mecklenburg County is the birthplace of several important North Carolinians.

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The 11th president, James K. Polk, was a native of Mecklenburg County and the world-renowned evangelist, Billy Graham, was born in Charlotte. Other notable entertainers from the area include Ric Flair, Anthony Hamilton, and Shannon Spake.

John Brevard Alexander The History of Mecklenburg County: from to Charlotte, N.C. Observer Print. House, - pages Scanned by Google. The History of Mecklenburg County [Nc], Issue 3 David Alexander, J. Alexander Limited preview - The History of Mecklenburg County from to [Electronic Resource]Reviews: 1.

The North Carolina State Constitution approved in gave the citizens of all counties the right to elect a Board of County Commissioners to govern them. From toMecklenburg County was governed by a five member board elected at-large. The first seven-member board took office in and inthe first nine-member Board took office.

Anson and Mecklenburg Counties. Therefore, for records prior tolook to Anson County or Mecklenburg County. Monroe is the county seat of Union County and was named in honor of the 5th President of the U.S., James Monroe. UNION COUNTY, N.C.

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Search USA North Carolina Mecklenburg County Mecklenburg County. Welcome to our Mecklenburg County family history research page. Here you'll find record collections, history, and genealogy resources to help you trace your Mecklenburg County ancestors.

The History of Mecklenburg County [Nc] by David Alexander (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a.

Mecklenburg County Government serving the communities of Charlotte, Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Matthews, Mint Hill, and Pineville.

Quarterly Conference minutes, (Methodist Church. Charlotte Circuit (Mecklenburg County,North Carolina)) Family History Library Steele Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery: cemetery records January WorldCat The history of Steele Creek Church, Mecklenburg, N.C. Family History Library.

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Get this from a library. The heritage of old Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, [John E Misenheimer, Jr.; Sheila Weaver; Old Mecklenburg County Heritage Book Committee.; et al] -- The book contains brief sketches of the early history of the county, including the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, military history, churches, organizations, etc (p.

Get this from a library. A history of Providence Presbyterian Church, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. [Louise Barber Matthews; Providence Presbyterian Church (Mecklenburg County, N.C.)].

The Mecklenburg Resolves ofdeclared the “authority of the King or Parliament” to be “null and void.” Tradition holds that there was even a full-blown Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence created on However, no copies exist, and the document never appeared in any Colonial newspapers or other records.

After arriving in Mecklenburg County four years earlier, they were at last getting a deed to their property. In Deed Book 3, pageit is recorded in the Register of Deeds for Mecklenburg County that George Augustus Selwyn deeded John Rea acres on the waters of Four Mile Creek, adjoining Moses Craige and Andrew Rea.

History of Mecklenburg County and the City of Charlotte: From to ; Volume 1 (Paperback or Softback) by Tompkins, Daniel Augustus and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at History. This area was part of Cherokee Nation territory at the time of European encounter.

The trust land known as Qualla Boundary extends into part of Jackson County and is the base for the federally recognized tribe of the Eastern Band of Cherokee contribute to the high proportion of Native Americans among the county population — more than ten ssional district: 11th.

"The History of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina " J. Alexander M.D., Charlottereprint Southern Historical Press. History of Mecklenburg with brief biographical sketches of prominent citizens of the time. CWM, KG. The history of Steele Creek Church: Mecklenburg County, N.C [John Douglas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : John Douglas.

A NCGenWeb Special Project Documented Slave Plantations of North Carolina is a comprehensive database of various plantations derived from a variety of information mediums. Note that some of the slave listings are under the Counties from which the families were originally living, including now extinct Counties.

They were usually recorded by other county officials. The Family History Library has extensive collections of county land records dating from the earliest settlement to the twentieth century. From the Register of Deeds in Mecklenburg County, for example, the library has 1, microfilms of deeds and indexes for to The History of Mecklenburg County (I plan to add more information as time permits and for this to be a comprehensive history of the county) Created inMecklenburg County's first town (created in ) was named after Queen Charlotte of England, the wife of King George III, who as from Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Germany.

Papers of the Caldwell and Davidson families of Rosedale plantation in Mecklenburg County, N.C. Includes medical account books () of Dr. David Thomas Caldwell; land records and surveys (); journal () of Sarah Frew Davidson; correspondence (); plantation account books (); and photographs of family members and of Rosedale, Author: Nikki Thomas.

Title: A history of the descendants of David Garrison, Sr. of Mecklenburg County, N.C. Publisher: A history of the descendants of David Garrison, Sr. of Mecklenburg County, N.C. Number of pages: pages Year: - Language: English.

Two hundred forty years after a county in North Carolina supposedly announced its independence from Great Britain, take a look back. Search the Archive. Search. Advanced Search. Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Founded November 6, from the western part of Anson County.

Named in commemoration of the marriage of King George III to Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelit. It is the most populated county in North Carolina. The county seat and largest city is Charlotte. City Charlotte.

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Included is correspondence of Miss Clara C. Harris of Concord, N.C., with scattered members of the Harris, Hampton, Shelby and related families, chiefly of Mecklenburg County and Cabarrus County, N.C., about genealogy; and genealogical correspondence,and data and scattered family papers of the Reverend John Abner Harris of western.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. History of Mecklenburg County and the city of Charlotte by Tompkins, Daniel Augustus,Observer Print.Birth date is an estimate only.

She probably died in Mecklenburg Co., N.C. after the census. Named as Susannah Yarbrough in the will of her father, Benjamin Yarbrough in Bute Co., N.C.

(originally Granville) in Daughter of Benjamin Thompson who died in Bute County, North Carolina. Some of his Memorial ID: View Source.December Mecklenburg created by Act of the Legislature, from Anson County (effective February 1, ). First log courthouse built in Charlotte.

Dr. John Kennedy, first physician in Mecklenburg, was practicing medicine. The second was Dr. Ephraim Brevard.