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37225
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Article about families in Wayne and Duplin counties had their ancestors in Albemarle County, NC
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37216
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Article on Col. Peter Daughe (1739-1801) his tombstone and his family.
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37221
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History of Mount Hermon Church, begun in 1847 near Elizabeth City, NC.
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37224
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The Shiloh High School is now the Topside Restaurant.
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37227
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These are notes from various selected deeds from 1762-1764.
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37209
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Photograph of the memorial to the Bundy family erected in 1982 in the Piney Woods Friends Meeting House churchyard. Also a history of Piney Woods Friends Meeting House, built in 1854 in Perquimans Co., NC.
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37214
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Article about the Onley family of Pasquotank Co., NC and Ray Edward Stewart, of Indiana, a descendant, putting up markers for his ancestors.
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37215
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Article about the history of Kitty Hawk United Methodist Church , created in 1858.
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37208
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Small history of the Martinique Plantation back to the 1752 Grant to John Wallace.
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37213
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Extract from “A Country Doctor’s Diary” by Allen H. Moore, M.D. about old sayings and practices.
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37210
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Article from 1938 giving the details of the ceremony.
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37202
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Article about the formation of NC government under an oak tree on the Pasquotank River, Culpepper’s Rebellion, Indian War and the formation of Camden County, NC.
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37193
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A History of Parkers’ Methodist Episcopal Church in Gates Co., NC since its first church was built in 1812.