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by William L. Byrd III

eBook Bladen County, North Carolina, Tax Lists: 1775 through 1789, Volume II - download ISBN: 0788414267
Author: William L. Byrd III
Publisher: Heritage Books (2000)
Language: English
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The devastation of Bladen County's records by these fires has created a void for historians and genealogists alike .

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Bladen County, North Carolina, Tax Lists In 1800 and 1893, courthouse fires destroyed most of Bladen's court records and some of the land deeds. The devastation of Bladen County's records by these fires has created a void for historians and genealogists alike, which this volume aims to partiall.

book by William L. Byrd. ISBN13: 9780788414268. Release Date: February 2000.

Material extracted with permission from Bladen County Historical Society. 2. Years of History, A Limited History of Bladen County NC, by . Material extracted with permission from Bladen County Historical Society. 6. 1763 Tax List of Bladen County, North Carolina by Bladen County Historical Society. 7. Over Colly, The Smiths of South River in Southeastern NC by William Carter Smith.

In 1696 William Byrd II was elected to membership in the Royal Society, and a paper published soon afterward demonstrated his scientific abilities. In the same year Byrd returned to Virginia, where he was elected to the House of Burgesses, but the next year he was back in London, representing the governor of Virginia and later the Virginia Council as agent. This time he remained until 1704, when his father died, leaving him not only his lands, including the site of Richmond and the 1, 400-acre Westover plantation, but also his office of receiver general.

As indicated in North Carolina Through Four Centuries by William S. Powell, North Carolina had . Bladen County Heritage Book Committee. Powell, North Carolina had permanent settlers at a later date than most of the other colonies, and it came to be regarded as a frontier region open to settlement by people from Virginia and South Carolina particularly, but also from Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. At that time, Bladen included portions of present day Brunswick, Columbus, Hoke, and Robeson Counties. The tax list gives a total of 490 entries with 1,244 taxables.

state of North Carolina is divided into 100 counties. Following the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, King Charles II rewarded eight persons on March 24, 1663, for their faithful support of his efforts to regain the throne of England. He gave the eight grantees, called Lords Proprietor, the land called Carolina, in honor of King Charles I, his father.

Bladen County, North Carolina. Bladen County is considered the "mother county" of North Carolina because of the 100 counties in North Carolina, 55 of them at one point belonged to Bladen County. County in the United States. Bladen County, North Carolina. It is also the fourth largest county in North Carolina. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 887 square miles (2,300 km2), of which 874 square miles (2,260 km2) is land and 13 square miles (34 km2) (. %) is water. It is the fourth-largest county in North Carolina by land area.

1734, Bladen County formed from New Hanover County. 1789, November 21, North Carolina admitted to the Union as the 12th state. 1730–1750 first Scots-Irish and German immigrants seeking good soil, game, and proximity to freshwater had settled the area of modern-day Iredell County. 1750, Anson County formed from Bladen County. 1789, Fourth Creek Congregation location chosen by the legislature as county seat of Iredell County, named Statesville. The Heritage of Iredell County, NC Vol II, 2000, published by the Genealogical Society of Iredell County, PO Box 946, Statesville, North Carolina 29866, LC 00-110956, 574 pages with index.

In 1800 and 1893, courthouse fires destroyed most of Bladen's court records and some of the land deeds. The devastation of Bladen County's records by these fires has created a void for historians and genealogists alike, which this volume aims to partiall