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Beaufort and Bath Family

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  • Cemetery "HOW TO" Help Guide-- and NC Laws
  • [NEW 02-13-04]
  • Tripp Cemetery of Chocowinity [NEW 05-17-03]
  • Pictures --Miracle Mile Waterfront Clean-up Project by Committee of 100.
  • James Edmund Hoyt Biography
  • Faculty & Staff of John A. Wilkinson School 1938-1939
  • 1755 Tax List -- by Sandy Hodges
  • History of the Pantego School -- 1874-1949
  • Early Kennedy Family History- 1700s
  • Beaufort Co Tax List - 1764
  • Beaufort Co Merchants-1850
  • NC Representatives Beaufort/Bath
  • St Thomas Church Donations-1937
  • WW II Honor List
  • Augustus Frederick Woodard Obituary

  • Isaiah D. Woolard Cemetery

  • Isaiah Woolard Cemetery
  • Woodard Land Entries
  • Richard Buck Cemetery [NEW]
  • Dixon/Buck Cemetery [NEW]
  • Woolard Cemetery-Woolard Farm

  • Chataigne's NC State Directory & Gazetteer: 1883-84

  • Original Washington Grays- Co. K, 10th Regiment, NCST by Edward Harding.
  • Pamlico Chapter #43 - United Daughters of the Confederacy.
  • Beaufort Ploughboys, Company B, 61st Regiment NC State Troops
  • How to research Civil War Genealogy by Edward Harding also: Other info

  • Search-Civil War-War of the Rebellion Journal Content 1880-1901

  • Washington Grays - Co. K 10th Reg.


  • Unidentified Ancestors - Photos by Kristin Please help !

  • Baynor Family of Beaufort

  • GURGANUS Family, 1,100+ GURGANUS's anywhere before 1900

  • Beaufort/Hyde County 1715 Corn tax list

  • Census Look-up Volunteer
  • LOOKUPS for this Expanded AREA
  • Zachariah Boyd Estate - 1873 [NEW]
  • Beaufort County 1790 Census
  • Beaufort Co Genealogical Society
  • Beaufort County Will Abstracts 1760-1800 not available at this time.
  • Some Beaufort/Bath Co. Wills
  • Beaufort/Bath/Mailing List-- if you would like to subscribe to a mail list dedicated to the discussion of History and Genealogy of the area that once encompassed these shared areas, please send e-mail I will sub you to the list.
  • Belhaven Memorial Museum
  • Washington Baptist Church old Record Book - 1821-1883
  • 1717 Land List for Beaufort Precinct by Anne Singleton Condran
  • Military Roster of 1812 by Anne Singleton Condran
  • A List of the Superanuated & Invalids of the Regiment by Donald E. Roe
  • Beaufort Regiment of the Militia 1781 by Donald E. Roe
  • Belhaven Antique Postcard Collection

  • Beaufort County Courthouse P.O. 514, Washington,NC 27889
    (Birth,Death,Marriage Cert.,Deeds) c/o Reg. of Deeds
    (Wills, Estate Papers) c/o Clerk of Court

  • Zion Chapel/Episcopal Church Register
  • Beaufort County Boundaries/Explanation of changes over the years
  • City of Washington and Beaufort Co Information Site
  • Beaufort County's Virtual Community
  • Beaufort and Bath Will Transcriptions submitted by researchers
  • Beaufort County Deeds submitted by researchers
  • Beaufort and Bath Bible Records submitted by researchers
  • Washington Memories by William Rhodes
  • Washington Memories by citizens
  • NC Counties Selection Links
  • Joyce A. Bell Volunteer Look-Up for 1850 Census or Marriages 1847-1909.
  • Kathleen Liening Volunteer Look-Upfor Beaufort County Cemetery Records.
  • Michael Research ServicesOffering a special kind of help through his closeness to the
    . . National Archives in Washington,DC. click here for more details.
  • My Family Tree, see my index page
  • **NEW BOOKS**

  • **VERY USEFUL DATA LINKS**--Don't skip this one!


    A new pictorial history of Washington, and portions of Beaufort County.

    PAMTICOE COUSINS" by Joliene Clark


    BAYNORS of Beaufort County, Volume 1.

    Book by Marilu Burch Smallwood, "Some Colonial and Revolutionary Families of NC Vol 1"

      A Short History of Beaufort County

    In 1663 North Carolina was granted to eight of the political friends of the recently restored King of England, Charles II. These men, known as the Lords Proprietors of Carolina, promoted the settlement of this state. Settlers from Virginia began to push into the Albemarle region of eastern Carolina. As this area became inhabited some of the more adventurous settlers pushed southward and by the 1690's settlers had begun to appear on the Pamlico River. In 1696 the county of Bath was established and in 1705 the present Beaufort County was established as Pampticough precinct. -By: Herbert Paschal

    Visit Beaufort County's Virtual Community www.beaufort-county.com .

    Neighboring Counties -- click here!
    • Pitt County
    • Historic Bath County
    • Hyde County
    • Washington County
    • Martin County
    • Albemarle County
    • Pasquotank County
    • Craven County
    • Pamlico County

      I hope you enjoyed your visit to Beaufort County. If you have any comments or suggestions, or if you would like to donate your transcribed data, please email me. If you found any links not working, please let me know. URL's change from time to time, and sometimes I don't hear about it.
      Best of luck with your research. Come back to see us soon!

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