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The Heritage of Lenoir County, 1981

The Heritage of Lenoir County, 1981

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Published by The Association, Hunter Pub. Co. in Kinston, N.C, Winston-Salem, N.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Lenoir County (N.C.)
    • Subjects:
    • Lenoir County (N.C.) -- History.,
    • Lenoir County (N.C.) -- Biography.,
    • Lenoir County (N.C.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statementthe Lenoir County Historical Association, Kinston, North Carolina.
      ContributionsLenoir County Historical Association.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF262.L5 H47 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 564 p. :
      Number of Pages564
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3250292M
      ISBN 10089459155X
      LC Control Number83167339
      OCLC/WorldCa8183147

      Kinston is a city in Lenoir County, North Carolina, United States, with a population of 21, as of the census. It has been the county seat of Lenoir County since its formation in Kinston is located in the coastal plains region of eastern North Carolina. In , Kinston won the All-America City marks the second time in 21 years the city has won the title.   Heritage of Lenoir County (Winston-Salem, NC: Hunter Publishing Company, ), p. Annals of Progress – The Story of Lenoir County and Kinston, North Carolina. Powell, William S. (Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Division of Archives), pp.

      Find great deals on eBay for lenoir county nc. Shop with confidence. The North Carolina Society of Historians presented awards to two Lenoir County publications at their Annual Awards Banquet on October 11th at the Gateway Conference Center. Heritage Trail, the quarterly newsletter of the Heritage Genealogical Society of Lenoir, Jones and Greene counties was chosen by a panel of judges to receive the Joe M.

      Historic sites in the county include Fort Defiance, the home of William Lenoir that took four years to complete and is nestled in the Yadkin Valley. The Eli Corpening House and the Little House are also in Caldwell County. Natural sites include parts . James McRae Grady’s parents were John Grady, Duplin County () and Celia Uzzell, Wayne County (). Mary William’s parents were David Williams (born died ) and Penelope Brown (born died Nov 2, ) of Lenoir County.


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Buy The Heritage of Lenoir County, by Lenoir County Historical Association online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Old Dobbers mission is to document the history and genealogy of the people who lived in Greene and Lenoir County before, during, and after it was known as Dobbs County, North Carolina.

Primary Source Documents, submitted by "Dobber" researchers, can be found in the Dobbs, Lenoir, Greene and NC GenWeb Archives. The Heritage of Stokes County, North Carolina, Contributors: John Raynor Woodard, Stokes County Historical Society: Publisher: Stokes County Historical Society, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

Heritage Genealogical Society of Lenoir, Greene, & Jones Counties of NC has 1, members. This is a private group that is to be used only for genealogy and history. Not following these guidelines may lead to the dismissal from this group. No profanity, no controversial comments or rudeness allowed.

No political discussion or comments allowed. Waters, Robert Franklin ( - ) Subject Waters, Robert Franklin ( - ) Page(S) Call Number C H54L Title The Heritage of Lenoir Co. Kinston: The Lenoir County Historical Association, Heritage Place Heritage Place was established in as part of the Learning Resources Center located on the campus of Lenoir Community College.

It houses a special reserved collection of genealogical and local/state historical materials. Research material focuses primarily on Eastern North Carolina but includes other counties as. Moseley, Sallie E. Parrott ( - ) Subject Moseley, Sallie E. Parrott ( - ) Call Number C H54L Title The Heritage of Lenoir Co.

Kinston: The Lenoir County Historical Association, Lenoir County Historical Association. The Heritage of Lenoir County. Winston-Salem NC: Hunter Publishing Company, Little, M. Ruth. Coastal Plain and Fancy: The Historic Architecture of Lenoir County and Kinston, North Carolina. Winston-Salem, NC: Jostens Printing & Publishing, NC Cardinal is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA), as administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Library of North Carolina, a division of the Department.

The Heritage of Person County by,Published by the Person County Historical Society in cooperation with Hunter Pub. edition, in English. Lenoir County, located in North Carolina's Coastal Plain region, was formed from no-longer-extant Dobbs County in It was named for General William Lenoir, a prominent Revolutionary War hero, Speaker of the State Senate, and trustee of the University of North new county retained Dobbs County's seat, Kinston, which was incorporated in.

This article was written by Dr. Donald E. Collins, great-great-great-great-grandson of John Becton"all of the above was taken from the The Heritage of Lenoir County .Caldwell Heritage Museum educates and preserves the history of Caldwell County for future generations through educational services and exhibits.

After obtaining the last remaining building of Davenport College, the Caldwell Heritage Museum opened in Built init housed the auditorium and music rooms.