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Sherill"s history of Lincoln County, North Carolina

William L. Sherrill

Sherill"s history of Lincoln County, North Carolina

by William L. Sherrill

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chronology,
  • Biography,
  • Genealogy,
  • History

  • About the Edition

    Chiefly newsprint affixed to backing papers.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesAnnals of Lincoln County, Lincoln times (Lincolnton, N.C.)
    Statementby William L. Sherrill
    ContributionsLincoln Financial Foundation Collection
    The Physical Object
    Pagination85 pieces on 162 p. :
    Number of Pages162
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25504699M
    OCLC/WorldCa793913662

    Research Centers. The Government & Heritage Library at the State Library of North an extensive genealogy collection to trace families in North Carolina as well as the states from which many migrated. Services to Genealogists include North Carolina 2, newspapers have been published in North Carolina since the North Carolina Gazette first appeared in New Bern in North Carolina, Lincoln County, tax records, (Source: FamilySearch) Tax lists (Lincoln County, North Carolina), (Source: FamilySearch) Transportation and Industry (11) Vital Records (18) Wiki. Lincoln County, North Carolina Wiki (Source: RootsWeb) Please, .

    Lincoln County Marriages: Sep 9 kb Marriage Project Rufus Lowe to Susan Helderman, Jan 1 kb: Carolyn Shank: M; Morgan Magness to Kezia A. Elliott, Sep 1 kb: Carolyn Shank: Alfred Martin to Catharine Baugardner, Dec 1 kb: Carolyn Shank: John McCord to Else Hyatt, Apr 1 kb Alice Cavett; T. B. Lincoln County North Carolina Map. North Carolina Research Tools. Evaluate Demographic Data Cities, ZIP Codes, & Neighborhoods Quick & Easy Methods! Research Neighborhoods Home Values, School Zones & Diversity Instant Data Access! Rank Cities, Towns & .

    Abraham Lincoln, A North Carolinian. There is substantial evidence that Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, was born not in Kentucky, but on Puzzle Creek near Bostic, North Carolina, in Rutherford County.. Abraham Lincoln's mother, Nancy Hanks was “bound out” into the care of the Abraham Enlow family, who lived in Rutherford County before moving to Oconaluftee near. The Bostic Lincoln Center was one of two recipients of the Museum Award for The NC Society of Historians was formed in for the purpose of collecting and preserving North Carolina history, traditions, artifacts, genealogies and folklore on not only the .


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25 misnumbered no. 26 Pages: Lincoln county was formed infrom Mecklenburg county, and named Tryon, in honor of William Tryon, at that time the Royal Governor, but his oppressive administration, terminating with cold-blooded murders at the battle of Alamance incaused the General Assembly in to blot out his odious name and divide the territory into Lincoln County, North Carolina Genealogy and History.

Lincoln History Misc. Data & Records Lincoln Co. Cemeteries Buffalo Shoals Community Building Surnames & Families Lincoln Military Lincoln Linkpendium Resource Clusters Migration Patterns Lincoln Co. Government NC Links Genealogy Links Books & Resources In Memoriam Mary Dellinger. Always Under Construction.

See also our Genealogy and Local History Research Guides The main location of the Lincoln County Public Library house a North Carolina Collection. These are non-circulating reference collections of historical and cultural materials that focus primarily on Lincoln Counties but include North Carolina as a whole, bordering areas, and general genealogical resources.

Lincoln County, NC Vital Records. Where can find Lincoln County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records. Lincoln 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 fee for each copy requested.

The first 21 chapters describe life in Lincoln County in different years from in chapter 1 to in chapter It does not go into depth in any of the time frames, but does mention individuals who lived and worked during that time.4/5(3).

Lincoln County, North Carolina Lincoln county was formed in from the eastern part of Tryon County. It was named for Benjamin Lincoln, a general in the American Revolutionary War. Inthe southeastern part of Burke County was annexed to Lincoln County. Inparts of Lincoln County and Rutherford County were combined to form.

Situated in North Carolina's historic piedmont region, Lincoln County possesses some of the Tar Heel State's most picturesque scenery: the shoreline of Lake Norman on its eastern boundary, the winding path of the Catawba River, and the rolling foothills across the : Lincoln County Men at Kings Mountain Synopsis The Battle of Kings Mountain was a decisive Patriot victory during the American Revolution.

Its story usually focuses on the extraordinary trek of the Overmountain Men from Virginia and what is now Tennessee. But about half the participants were from North Carolina, South Carolina, and Size: 1MB.

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Lincoln county was formed infrom Mecklenburg county, and named Tryon, in honor of William Tryon, at that time the Royal Governor, but his oppressive administration, terminating with cold-blooded murders at the battle of Alamance incaused the General Assembly in to blot out his odious name and divide the territory into.

Lincoln County was formed in from Tryon County: Table of Contents: Bibles: Biographies: Cemeteries: Census: Churches: County Records: Court: Deeds: History: Marriages: Military: Newspapers: Obituaries: Photographs: Post Cards 1 2: Vitals: Wills & Estates: To contribute records about your ancestors Click Here: Return to the NCGenWeb.

Original data: Sherrill, William Lander. Annals of Lincoln County, North Carolina: containing interesting and authentic facts of Lincoln County history through the years to. Charles Raper JONAS, (son of Charles Andrew Jonas), a Representative from North Carolina; born near Lincolnton, Lincoln County, N.C., December 9, ; graduated from Lincolnton High School in ; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, A.B.,and from the same university law school, J.D., ; was admitted to the bar in and.These Whites migrated to the area of Tryon (later, Lincoln, then Gaston) County, North Carolina first settling in Gaston and Rutherford County, North Carolina, and later to Bond County, Illinois, claiming bounty land.

WHITE-PA-NC Mailing List Homepage (Source: RootsWeb) Please, add your favorite Website(s) to this page!Annotated history of Lincoln County's formation: For an annotated history of the county's formation, with the laws affecting the county, boundary lines and changes, and other origin information, visit these references in The Formation of the North Carolina Counties (Corbitt, ), available online at North Carolina Digital Collections (note, there may be additional items of interest for the.