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History of Mecklenburg, County, N.C

J. B. Alexander

History of Mecklenburg, County, N.C

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Published by Southern Historical Pr .
Written in English

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    ISBN 100893084905
    ISBN 109780893084905

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History of Mecklenburg, County, N.C by J. B. Alexander Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mecklenburg County is a county located in the southwestern region of the state of North Carolina, in the United of the census, the population was ,It increased to 1, as of the estimate, making it the second-most populous county in North Carolina (after Wake County) and the first county in the Carolinas to surpass one million in for: Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.

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Mecklenburg County is the birthplace of several important North Carolinians. History of Mecklenburg 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. House, - Mecklenburg County (N.C.) - pages.

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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 History of Mecklenburg Mecklenburg County ancestors.

This list was published in pamphlet form enlisted Roster of the Twenty-one Companies Furnished by Mecklenburg County in the War It can also be found in History of Mecklenburg County by Dr. Alexander and in Volume II of Tompkins' History of Mecklenburg County and the City of Charlotte. 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 : () 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 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 History of Mecklenburg -- The book contains brief sketches of the early history of the History of Mecklenburg, including the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, military history, churches, organizations, etc (p.

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 The History of Charlotte.

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Peter's Church, Charlotte, N.C.: a short history of the parish from its origin to the consecration of the church inSt. Peter's Church, thirty years of life and work, Family History Library The History of Steele Creek Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Family History Library.

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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 Declaration of Independence is a text published in with the claim that it was the first declaration of independence made in the Thirteen Colonies during the American was supposedly signed onin Charlotte, North Carolina, by a committee of citizens of Mecklenburg County, who declared independence from Great Britain.

The earliest settlement in Mecklenburg County was in the Rocky River community, later to become a part of Cabarrus County, and according to tradition, the first settler was John Rodgers, who arrived in If this is true, then his arrival antedated by several years the coming of Thomas Spratt, earliest known settler at Charlotte.

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"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. Mecklenburg county was formed in from Anson County and in turn Tryon county was formed from Mecklenburg in This book covers the period when Mecklenburg county also included portions of several South Carolina Counties: Cherokee, Chester, Greenville, Kershaw, Lancaster, Laurens, Newberry, Spartanburg, Union and York/5(2).

Collection consists of reproductions of pen-and-wash drawings of historical landmarks in Mecklenburg County, N.C., by Teresa Beth Hough, issued by Rexham Corporation, Charlotte, N.C., in Landmarks depicted include the Berryhill House, the Robert Grier House, St. Mary's Chapel at the Thompson Orphanage, and St.

Peter's Episcopal : Nikki Thomas. 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. Mecklenburg County, located in North Carolina's Piedmont region, was formed from Anson County in and took its name from the German duchy of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, home of the wife of King George III, Charlotte Sophia.

The county seat, Charlotte (incorporated in and originally called Charlotte Town), was named after the queen as well. Descendants of Hezekiah Alexander Generation No. 1 AH 4 ALEXANDER(JAMES ROBERT 3, JOSEPH 2, WILLIAM 1) 1 was born 13 Jan in Cecil Co.

Maryland 2, and died 16 Jul in Mecklenburg County, N C married MARY SAMPLE 12 Jun in Pennsylvania 4, daughter of WILLIAM SAMPLE and ESTHER was bornand died 17 May in Mecklenburg County, N C 5. GENEALOGY & HISTORY RESOURCES FOR UNION COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. Union County, NC was formed in from a union of 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. old books - NORTH CAROLINA History & Genealogy on DVD.

$ Free shipping. NORTH DAKOTA - History & Genealogy - 28 old Books on FLASH DRIVE - Ancestry ND NORTH CAROLINA - History & Genealogy on FLASH DRIVE - NC. History of Mecklenburg County and the city of Charlotte: from toVolume 1, Seller Rating: % positive. Midwood Baptist Church (Charlotte, N.C.) records, CRMF, Z.

Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, USA. Controlled Access Headings Corporate Name(s) Mecklenburg Baptist Association.

Midwood Baptist Church (Charlotte, N.C.). Geographic Name(s) Mecklenburg County (N.C.)--Church. Get this book in print. Page 32 - That we the citizens of Mecklenburg County do hereby dissolve the political bands which have connected us to the mother country and hereby absolve ourselves from all allegiance to the British Crown and abjure all political connection Volume 2 of History of Mecklenburg County and the City of Charlotte.

Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Mecklenburg County, North Carolina minutes of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions. (Mecklenburg County, N.C.) Court records > North Carolina > Mecklenburg County.

Mecklenburg County (N.C.) > Genealogy. Tags: Add Tag. No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!. Current deed book reference to the property: The most recent deed book reference to this property is found in Mecklenburg County Deed Bookp.

62, 70, and 76 and Mecklenburg County Deed Book at pages and The Tax Parcel Number of the property is Filed under: Mecklenburg County (N.C.) -- History Hornets' Nest: The Story of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County (), by LeGette Blythe and Charles Raven Brockmann (HTML with commentary at ).

Charlotte Genealogy (in Mecklenburg County, NC) USA (1,) > North Carolina (55,) > Mecklenburg County (1,) > Charlotte (). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level.

Additional records are listed on the county and state pages. Mecklenburg County, N.C.; Court Minutes, Book 1; () – X $ Hardcover, shows little to no wear along the edges and corners. Pages are in near perfect condition. Like-new.

Out of stock. Add to Wish list. Remove from Wish list. Category: History/USA. Description Reviews (0) Description. Mecklenburg County, N.C. Court. An account of the life of a prominent man in a community is a history of that community in the same way that the history of a representative county is a history of the commonwealth.

This book is written primarily to preserve Mecklenburg history for the inspiration of present and future generations of Mecklenburg people, but the aim extends. A binding truth: Two men – one white, one black – look for clues to their shared history in Mecklenburg County’s Civil War slave era (Part 2) | Charlotte Observer.

The History of Mecklenburg County includes Alexander (Source: Genealogical Publishing Company and Clearfield Company) S.

Alexander First president of N.C. Farmers' Alliance, State senator, advocate of good roads & agricultural education.

The Hood Sketch Book History of the Hoods descending from Tunas and Reuben Hood, St. It is morally certain that the families in North Carolina and Virginia were related. The first mention of the name is Richard McClure in petition Nov.

22,for acres of land in Currituck County. He was doubtless a brother of. AcreValue helps you locate parcels, property lines, and ownership information for land online, eliminating the need for plat books. The AcreValue Mecklenburg County, NC plat map, sourced from the Mecklenburg County, NC tax assessor, indicates the property boundaries for each parcel of land, with information about the landowner, the parcel number, and the total acres.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Mecklenburg County is aligning with North Carolina’s “Stay at Home” order and removing some county-specific restrictions. The “Stay at Home” order specific to.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.(Courtesy, N.

C. Historic Sites, Division of Archives and History.) Miners riding an iron bucket, or kibble, up a shaft at Gold Hill,from their work site more than feet underground.

(Courtesy, N. C. Historic Sites, Division of Archives and History.) Miners descending by slippery ladder in a deep shaft at Gold Hill, Phone: ()