Thursday, October 4, 2012

RN #112 NC State Records 1752-1759

This notebook contains the NC State records Vol. V, abstracted for the surname JONES.  It begins 1752 when the French forces were given orders to take possession of the territories of the Ohio Valley.  Following the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle in 1748, the boundaries between the British and French provinces in America were left unsettled.  Thus all the trouble yet to come...

NC State Records, Vol. 5, 1752-1759. [F251.N6 1886 v.5, University of Kentucky Library]
Abstracts of returns from the several counties in response to circular from Gov. Dobbs, 1754
The "Number of Souls of the Whites" in British Colonies 1755
A List of "Tithables" [in VA] sent to the Lords of Trade, Feb 23, 1756.
A List of "the Militia and Taxable Persons" in several counties NC for 1755
Land grant procedures prior 1758 NC
Early origins of "Regulator Moment" NC
Outline of NC counties development
Early history of the Moravians in NC 1753
Early Baptist settlements in NC
Early Presbyterian settlements in NC
Maps settlement period 1760

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