A Bounty of New Books

  1. Tryon County, NC Land Warrants 1768-1774
  2. Wilson County , NC Inventory of Estate Records
  3. Abstracts of Land Entries Tryon and Lincoln County, NC 1778-1780
  4. Tryon County, NC Index to Land Surveys
  5. Martin and Related Families, Vol. I
  6. Gardner, Garner Family Information
  7. Pitt County Family Researchers, Surnames 2000
  8. Marriage, Cohabitation, Divorce, Bastardy Records of Wayne County, NC
  9. The Descendants of Joseph and Mary Wade of Duplin County, NC
  10. Wayne County, NC Marriage Abstracts, 1850-1903
  11. Tryon County,. NC Index to Land Surveys
  12. Abstracts of Wayne County Wills, Vol. I 1780-1868
  13. Wayne County, NC 1850 Census
  14. Early Marriage Records of Wayne and Johnston County, NC
  15. Abstracts of Sampson-Duplin Deeds 1750-1774
  16. Abstracts of Sampson-Duplin Deeds 1762-1779
  17. Abstracts of Land Entries: Rutherford County, NC  1779-1795
  18. Abstracts of Land Entries: Rutherford County, NC  1795-1803
  19. Abstracts of Land Entries: Rutherford County, NC  January 1804- April 1826
  20. Abstracts of Land Entries: Rutherford County, NC  May 1826- June 1834
  21. Rutherford County, NC Will Abstracts, 1779-1910
  22. The Rutherford County, NC 1860 Census
  23. The Rutherford County, NC 1870 Census
  24. Tryon County Documents 1769-1779
  25. An Every Name Index to the Cemetery Inscriptions as Published by the Wayne County, NC Historical Society
  26. Sampson County, NC Will Abstracts, 1784-1900
  27. Abstracts of Sampson County Deeds, 1780-1794
  28. Abstracts of Sampson County Deeds, 1794-1804
  29. New Bern District NC Loose Estate Papers 1775-1810
  30. Nash County, NC Marriage Records 1777-1868
  31. Abstracts of Land Entries Rowan County, NC 1778
  32. Abstracts of Land Entries Rowan County, NC Dec. 1778-Feb. 1795
  33. Old Dobbs County Records
  34. Deaths and Marriages from Tarboro, NC Newspapers, 1824-1865

We have so many new books from the Grace Turner Collections that I am not even listing them all because my fingers are too tired.  She must have had quite the elusive ancestor ancestor in Lincoln County, NC because we have about every book ever written on the place.  This is nice for me because I am from Gaston County and it was a part of Lincoln County until 1847.

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