Wayne County, NC Archived DATA


Bible Records
William Bryan Family (Olivia Croom)
Edmund Coor Family
Jesse Croom Family
Jesse Croom Family
Davis Family
Ethelbert Elmore Family
Whitfield Grady Bible
John Harris Family
James Herring Family
William Thomas Hines Family
John Holmes Family
Jacob Hooks Family
S.B. Lane/Saul Family
William Lane Family
Absolom Langston Family
Ernest J. Pipkin Family
Newman Potts Family
Bryan Rhodes Family
John Wright Rose Family
Ransom Rose Family
Jacob Sasser Family
William Sasser Family
Benjamin Sauls Family
Henry Calhoun Sherard Family
Matthew Smith Family
Sutton-Parks-Elmore Families
Robert Macon Whitley Family
Young Wood Family




Cemeteries
Bethany Church
James Abraham Capps Family
Daly Family
Daniels Church
Deans Cemetery
Charles Denning Family
Jessie Denning Family
Howell Family
Jordan's Chapel Church
King-Hughes Cemetery
Langley/Newell Cemetery
McDonald Family
Morgan Family
Pate Cemetery
Pelt Cemetery
Pike Cemetery
Potts Family
Rhodes Family
Salem Cemetery
James Madison Spence Cemetery
Swinge Pig Cemetery
Warrick Family
Woodland Church


 
Census
Newbern District 1790
1790 Census - Graphic Images
Index to 1800 Census
1800 Census
Index to 1800 Census
1800 Census - Graphic Images
Index to 1810 Census
1810 Census - Graphic Images
Index to 1820 Census
1820 Census - Graphic Images
Index to 1830 Census
1830 Census - Graphic Images
Index to 1840 Census
1840 Census - Graphic Images
Index to 1850 Census
1850 Census - Graphic Images
1860 Census - Graphic Images
Anniversary Series
William Carter College Chartered in 1952
Photograph - Dr William Carter
County Fire Departments
Curb Market Opened in 1923
Eureka - First Sauls Crossroads
Goldsboro Fire Department
Legislators Have Made Names for Wayne
Mt. Olive College
Mount Olive Growth Began With Railroad
Neuse Lodge Older Than City
100 Years Of Service
Pikeville - Early Stagecoach Stop
Royall Among Goldsboro's Most Famous
Photograph - Kenneth Claiborne Royall
Seven Springs Incorporated as White Hall
Wallace - Site of Battle of Rockfish
Warsaw - Originally Mooresville
Wayne County Commissioners Since 1868
Wayne Health Department
Wayne Memorial Hospital
Wayne, One of the Largest
Churches
Antioch Baptist
Barnes Missionary Baptist
Bear Creek Primitive Baptist
Bear Marsh Missionary Baptist
Belfast Holiness
Church of God Organized July 4, 1936
Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints
Daniels Memorial United Methodist
Edgewood Organized in 1949
El-Bethel Marks 17th Year
Elm Grove Church of Christ
Emmaus Missionary Baptist
Photograph - The First Emmaus Baptist
Eureka United Methodist
Falling Creek Baptist
Falling Creek Baptist 100th Anniversary
First African Baptist
First Christian Church Receives Covenant in 1911
First Pentecostal Holiness
First Presbyterian of Goldsboro
Goldsboro First Baptist
Good Shepherd Lutheran
Greenleaf Christian
Jefferson Methodist
Liberty Grove Older Than 100
Love Memorial Baptist
Millers Chapel Began in Late 1880s
Mount Calvary Apostilic Holiness
Mt Carmel Methodist
Mount Zion Seventh-day Adventist
Nahunta Friends
New Life Christian
New St John AME
Oak Heights Penecostal FWB
Original St Paul Apostolic
Penecostal Holy
Pikes Cross Roads Penecostal Holiness
Pineview Baptist
Pleasant Grove Free Will Baptist
Pleasant Hill Original Free Will
Providence United Methodist
Rhodes Friends Meeting
Photograph - Rhodes Friends Meeting
Rones Chapel United Methodist
Rosewood First Baptist
St James AME
St Joseph United Methodist
St Mary's Catholic
St Paul United Methodist
St Stephens Episcopal
Society of Saint Pius X
St Stephen Missionary Baptist
Salem Advent Christian
Stoney Creek Free Will Baptist
Tabernacle Pentecostal Holiness
Temple Oheb Sholom
Union Grove Free Will Baptist
Walnut Creek Free Will Baptist
Woods Grove
Collections
John Gray Blount
John Heritage Bryan
Mrs Donnell Cobb
Early Cogdells in Wayne
Foot Steps In The Sand
Ivey Family Papers-Lenoir/Wayne
Tempie Parker Harris Prince
Noah Rouse
Robinson/Ragsdale
Civil War
Battle of White Hall
Tensions High in Wayne About the War
Witness Account in Wayne
Jefferson Davis in Wayne
Foster's Raid on Goldsboro
Foster's Goldsboro Expedition (1862)
The Yankees in Mount Olive
Photograph of Lt General Judson Kilpatrick
Battle of Bentonville
Goldsboro Surrenders to Union Army
Diaries Record this Week in Goldsboro - 1865
Union Soldiers Attended Church in Goldsboro
Sherman in Goldsboro
Sherman Leaves Goldsboro
Civil War Records - One Book
North Carolina's Role in Civil War
William Pender - Confederate Hero
Photograph of William Pender
North Carolina Confederate Chaplains
Major Moore Remembered
Photograph of Major John Moore
Southern Claims Commission Index

Biographies
Norman Ethre Jennett
I.C.M. Loftin
Hugh W. Moore Named Trustee of Guilford
Capt Nathan O'Berry
Walter Summerlin, Jr.

Marriage Records
Search for a marriage
Bailey-Waller
Joshua Hines
Early Fields' Marriages
Pearsall Marriages
Pearsall Marriages, 1864-1950
Wayne County Archives Bible Marriage Records
Wayne County Black Marriages, 1867-1872
Wayne County White Marriages, 1867-1872
Wayne County Miscellaneous Marriages
Wayne County Marriage Licenses, 1851
Wayne County Marriage Licenses, 1852
Wayne County Marriage Licenses, 1853

Court Records
The Case of the Missing Grubing Hoe
Petition to Free John Barfield
Calvin R. Blackman vs William Thompson
Bonds, Petition to pass for Road Improvements, Brogden Township
Colonial Records - 1776
Dobbs County Justices
Joseph Edwards vs John McKinnie
Edwards vs Sheppard
Jury List May Term - 1819
John King, Court Case - 1803
Asher McCullen, Division of Lands
Newbern Criminal Court - 1783
North Carolina Militia, 1813
Asher Pipkin, Apprentice, Milis Bunch, 1839
Asher Pipkin & Alfred King, Apprentice, Milis Bunch, 1839
Asher Pipkin, Apprentice, Augustus Bunch, 1840
Asher Pipkin & Micajah Cox, Apprentice, Augustus Bunch, 1840
Elisha Pipkin Children vs John Coor - 1811
Joseph Pipkin - 1770
Mills Pipkin - 1818 - Guardian Bonds
Public Funds, Embezzelment, 1786
Richard Rayner vs H.H. West & others
J.W. Rose - Road Overseer
Smith - Sheppard
Arthur Sasser, Petition
Separate County, Petition, 1787
John Starling, Petition, 1859
Waitman Thompson Murder Trial - 1878
Warrick Heirs - Supreme Court - 1940
Wayne County Insolvents - 1816
Wayne County Unsolvents - 1847
We the Jurors
Whitehall, Court Case - 1853
William Williamson, Reimbursment, 1786


Letters
James B. Whitfield to Ric'd Whitfield, 1839
Introduction to F.W. Gunn's Letters, 1843
F.W. Gunn to D.B. Brinsmade, Esq., 1843
F.W. Gunn to Mary, Eleanor et Ceteris, 1843
F.W. Gunn to Miss A.I. Brinsmade, 1843
William Brinkley to William Robinson, 1852
Thomas Ruffin to William Robinson, 1853
Needham Cobb to William Robinson, 1854
William Geo. Robinson to his Father, 8-31-1854
William Geo. Robinson to his Father, 9-8-1854
William Geo. Robinson to his Father, 9-19-1854
William Geo. Robinson to his Father, 10-22-1854
William Geo. Robinson to his Father, 10-23-1854
James Murray to William Robinson, 1857
Letters, Brothers/Pearce, 1859-73
J.F. Hooks to Col. C.C. Tew, 1861
Capt. J.S. Pender to William Robinson, 1861
J.S. Pender Resignation Letter, 1861
Jo. S. Pender to William Robinson, 1862
Foster's Goldsboro Expedition, 1862, Letter
W.T. Robinson to his Father, 1863
A Young Confederate Writer, 1865
Thomas Ruffin to William Robinson, 1857
Jno. B. Owen, MD to Chla. A. Benjamin, 1871
E.L. Rodgers to P.J. Lawhon, 1899
Early Pipkin Letters, 1920s-30s
Langston Letters, 1953
Herschall V. Rose to Hettie Rose Pipkin, 1950s

Grantor/Grantee Indices of
Johnston, Dobbs, & Lenoir Counties
An Overview Of These Indices
Book 1 - 1746 - 1750
Book 2 - April 1750 - April 1754
Book 3 - April 1754 - April 1755
Book 4 - 1756 - 1757
Book 5 - April 1757 - April 1758
Book 7 - April 1765 - April 1769
Book 8 - April 1769 - April 1771
Book 9 - April 1771 - April 1773
Book 10 - April l773 - May l775
Book 11 - January 1777 - April 1779
Book 12 - April l779 - April l784
Book 13 - April 1784 - April 1789
Book 14 - April 1789 - April 1792
Book 15 - 1792, 1793
Book 16 - 1793, 1794, 1795
Book 17 - 1796, 1797, 1798
Book 18 - 1798, 1799
Book 19 - 1799, 1800, 1801
Book 20 - 1802, 1803
Book 21 - 1804, 1805
Book 22 - 1746-1810
Book 23 - 1805-1810
Book 24 - 1810-1819
Book 25 - 1819-1822
Book 26 - 1822-1828
Other Deed & Land Records
Andrew Bass - 1784
Edward Bass - 1802
Ephraim Bass to son Jeremiah Bass - 1804
F.A. Brothers & wife to J.W. Brothers, 1874
F.A. Brothers & wife to Joseph Warren Brothers, 1872
Bryan Family A-G
Bryan Family H-L
Bryan Family M-S
Bryan Family T-W
Matthew Casey to Newman Potts - 1855
John & Sally Cobb to
Mathew Jones Senr - 1869
John & Sally Cobb to Newman Potts - 1871
George W. Collin to Newman Potts - 1860
Noah A. Dail to Ernest J. Pipkin - 1936
James A. Fields to Matthew Jones - 1873
George & Lizzie Grantham to
Newman Potts - 1874
Willis & Susan Hall to Newman Potts - 1880
Nancy Hines to Jasper Overman - 1906
Thomas Hollowell to Matthew Jones - 1858
Everitt Joiner, Jr. - 1854
Daniel Lofley to Pitmon Lofley - 1800
Daniel Lofley to Right Lofley - 1800
Daniel Lofley to Solomon Parsons - 1790
Daniel Lofley to Benj. Worrele - 1789
Daniel Lofley to Wm Smith Sayers - 1795
Jesse Lofley et al to Jacob Copeland - 1801
Jesse Lofley to Nathan Pike - 1804
Pittman Lofley to Wm Smith Sears - 1804
Right Lofley to Samuel Copeland - 1802
(Lofley land) to Jonathan Pike
(Sheriff's Sale) - 1829
John Lukes to Benjamin Umflet - 1807
B.F. & Mary Murphy to Newman Potts - 1883
W.J. Outland to Joseph & Charles West - 1879
Pearsall (Misc) - 1879
Pearsall Deeds
Samuel Perkins to Gray Garris - 1861
John Pipkin to John Lewis-1753
Julia E. Potts - Division of Lands - 1890
Newman Potts - Division of Lands - 1884
John & Rowena Powell to Newman Potts - 1878
W.B. Reid to J.W. Brothers, 1873
Drucilla & Louisa Rhodes to
John Wright Rose - 1899
Nancy Rooks to son Joseph Rooks - 1815
Sasser Family Land Papers 1740 - 1855
Jobe Umfleet to Hardy Hooks - 1800
Benjamine Umflet to David Pope - 1817
Hatch Whitfield to Newman Potts - 1847
William Whitfield to his son
Bryan Whitfield - 1796
William Whitfield to his son
Needham Whitfield - 1796
Wiggins / Hines - 1940



Military
Dobbs County Militia
Joshua Hines
Daniel L. Howell, Discharge
Lt. Seymour A. Johnson
Photograph of Lt. Seymour A. Johnson
Pearsall CSA Records
Moses Pipkin & the Civil War
Moses Pipkin Civil War Pension Application - 1930
Revolutionary War Officers
Goldsboro Rifles - 1895
Photograph - Goldsboro Rifles Flag
Photograph - Goldsboro Rifles
Photograph - Goldsboro Rifles Banquet Invitation, March 18, 1886

Miscellaneous
Goldsboro's Biggest Fire
Goldsboro's Early Zoo
Goldsboro Messenger, 1881

General Assembly Records
Quakers, House Joint Resolution, 1781
Petitions for location of Court House, 1784
Report of Committee on Petition for location of Court House of Wayne Inhabitants, 1784
Petition for Separate County, 1787
Court Case - Bryan Whitfield - 1787
Extending the Town Limits of Goldsboro
Margaret Gardner - State Pension - 1859

Schools
Grantham - Crossroads in 1748
Wayne's School History Began in 1794
First Common School Law - 1839
Goldsboro Schools Among NC's Oldest
Grantham School
Grantham School Play - 1929
Grantham School Commencement - 1934
Thirteen Superintendents Have Served Wayne

Sports Series
      Introduction to Sports Series
      1885-1887
      1898-1905
      1906-1917
      1918-1921
      1922-1923
      1924-1925
      1926-1927
      1928-1929
      1930-1932

Everettsville
Everettsville
Foster's Raid on Goldsboro
Everettsville - Another Story
Everettsville - Another Story

Waynesborough
Anthony Wayne of Waynesborough
Photograph - Waynesborough, Pennsylvania
Early Waynesborough Buildings - Part 1
Early Waynesborough Buildings - Part 2
Life in Old Waynesborough
Plans Made to Restore Historic Town
Dedication of Waynesborough State Park
Historic Buildings Moved to Waynesborough
Grange Dedicates Building at Waynesborough


Historic Accounts
Opening of New Court House - 1914
Wayne, Dobbs, Johnston Formed From Craven
Wayne's First Railroad
Court House Built After County Seat Moved
Goldsboro During Its Early Years
Goldsboro - Historical Home Town


Wayne County History
Introduction to this Series
Recollections of Goldsboro & Wayne
Shooting During Trial Caused Excitement
Names of Goldsboro Residents in 1850's Recalled
April 15, 1861 - A Memorable Day in Goldsboro
Goldsboro Inhabitants At War Outbreak
Carpetbaggers in Wayne After the War
1865 Was A Good Year for Crops
Preachers in Wayne in 1800s were not Trained
Goldsboro Had One of First Graded Schools in N.C.
Young Fellows Play a Joke on Dick Harrison
Howell thought Big Ditch could be made Navigable
What the Yankee Army did in Goldsboro in 1865
Confederate Scouting Party tells of Crimes Committed by Yankees
Hourly Record of Bombardment of Fort Macon in 1862


Obituaries
Dr. John Wendal Davis Obituary
Bennett Curby Fields, 1905
Norman Ethre Jennette, 1970
Laila F. Jones
News-Argus, January 2002
News-Argus, February 2002
Hettie Rose Pipkin, 1973
Margaret D. Robinson, 1906
Mary Robinson Obituary, ca. 1840s
William Robinson, 1877
Rachel Wallace, 1934


Voter Lists
1779 - Voter List (Old Dobbs)
1788 - 1st Vote (Old Dobbs)
1788 - 2nd Vote (Old Dobbs)
1792 - Members to House of Commons
1793 - Representative to Congress
1803 - Sheriff
1810 - Representative to Congress
1813 - Representative to Congress
1824 - Representatives to General Assembly
1832 - Constable - All Districts
1833 - Clerk of Court
1834 - Constable - All Districts
1835 - State Convention
1835 - Constable - All Districts
1838 - Constable - All Districts
1839 - Constable - All Districts
1841 - School or No School
1841 - Member to Congress
1841 - Constable - All Districts
1842 - Constable - All Districts
1843 - Constable - All Districts
1844 - Constable - All Districts
1846 - Constable - All Districts
1847 - Constable - All Districts
1848 - Constable - All Districts
1849 - Constable - All Districts
1850 - Senator - All Districts
1850 - Constable - Caswell District
1851 - Constable - All Districts
1852 - Constable - All Districts
1855 - Constable - All Districts
1856 - Miscellaneous
1859 - Constable - Two Districts
1865 - Constable - All Districts
No Dates - Miscellaneous Votes


Tax Lists
1750 Quit Rent List, Johnston County
1750 Second Quit Rent, Johnston County
1751 Quit Rent List, Johnston County
1786 Tax List, Wayne County

Will & Estate Records
Index of Wayne County Wills
Alford, Lodowich - 1813
Ballard, John - 1763
Bardin, Jacob - 1786
Bass, Andrew Sr - 1790
Bass, Wright - 1850
Britt, Henry - 1830
Britt, William P. - 1894
Casey, Cullen - 1872
Casey, Matthew - 1875
Casey, Micajah - Estate Record - 1800
Casey, Richard - 1853
Casey, Wright - 1874
Cobb, David - 1790
Coley, Gabriel - 1815
Coley, Sally - 1838
Cook, Arthur - 1808
Cook, Jacob - 1830
Cook, John - 1817
Cook, Jones - 1783
Cook, Tobias - 1817
Croom, Jesse - 1812
Croom, Mary - 1824
Dawson, Joseph - 1783
Dawson, William - 1802
Deans, Daniel - 1789
Dortch, William T - 1887
Elmore, John E - 1821
Ferrel, William - 1823
Garland, John - 1803
Grantham, David - 1896
Grantham, Sarah - 1896
Heins, Christopher - Estate Record - 1844
Herring, Abia - 1882
Hines, Christopher - Estate Record - 1844
Hines, Christopher - Estate Record - 1847
Hines, Joshua - 1822
Hines, Joshua - Estate Record - 1822
Hines, Sarah - 1825
Hines, Sarah - Estate Record - 1844
Hood, Britton - 1846
Jernigan, David - 1795
King, Irvin - 1881
Lamm, Needham - 1844
Langston, B.J. - 1889
Langston, Jacob - 1784
Langston, Levi - 1819
Lewis, Griffin - 1788
Lewis, Henry R. - 1882
Lewis, John - 1896
Lewis, Leonard - 1888
Lewis, Martha - 1902
Lewis, Mary - 1846
Lewis, Mary - 1892
Lewis, Peninah - 1883
Lewis, Urban - 1841
Lewis, William - 1909
Lofley, Daniel - 1801
McKinne, Barnaby - 1816
McKinne, David - 1800
McKinne, John - 1804
McKinne, Mary - 1814
McKinne, Mary - 1838
McKinne, Richard - 1800
McKinne, Sarah - 1837
McKinne, William - 1793
Morris, Zachariah - 1813 - Inventory
Pate, Bryan - 1855
Pate, Daniel - 1791
Pate, Christian - 1872
Pate, Dicy - 1838
Pate, Elijah - 1873
Pate, Jackson - 1898
Pate, James - 1826
Pate, John - 1862
Pate, Joseph - 1847
Pate, Lewis - 1864
Pate, Nancy - 1894
Pate, Shadrack - 1837
Pate, Shadrack - 1854
Pate, Silas - 1858
Peacock, John, Inventory of Estate - 1782
Peacock, John - 1828
Peacock, John Sr. - 1829
Peacock, Simon - 1831
Peacock, Stephen - 1819
Pipkin, Joseph - 1789
Pipkin, Joseph - Estate Record - 1789
Pipkin, Willis - Estate Record - 1818
Potts, Newman Sr.- 1884
Prigden, L. E. - 1906
Raiford, William - 1798
Reaves, Adam - 1831
Reaves, John - 1834
Revil, Joseph John - 1782
Rhodes, John - 1808
Rhodes, Sarah - 1792
Robinson, M.E. - 1878
Rose, William - 1836
Ruffin, Richard - 1782
Smith, Benjamin - 1839
Smith, Zilpha - 1888
Strickland, Benjamin - 1862
Strickland, Britton - 1807
Strickland, Jeremiah - 1878
Sutton, Benjamin Sr.- 1863
Umfleet, Jobe - 1806
Umfleet, Jobe - Estate Record - 1806
Umfleet, Mary - Estate Record - 1811
Warrick, Jobe - 1878
Weil, Herman - 1877
Whitfield, Needham - 1812
Whitfield, Penelope - 1816
Whitfield, William - 1816

Heritage Series
Claude Moore - The Historian
Photograph of Claude Moore
The Proprietors of Carolina
Old Albemarle County Records
Wayne County Records
Navigation of The Neuse
Dr. Andrew Bass - Founder of Waynesborough
The Pioneering Ivey Family
Bear Marsh - A Historic Church
The Hooks-Faison Place
Picture of Hooks-Faison House
The Lady of Vernon
Dr. Hill - Planter & Physician
A History of Dudley
You Could be Living in King County
Photograph - William Rufus Devane King - U.S. Vice President, 1853
Mrs. Mary (Tempie) H. C. Parker
Wayne County - 1884
Former Slave Founded University
Hotels in Goldsboro
State's Historic Sites
North Carolina Capitol Buildings
The Lanier Family of Duplin
Duplin Man Writes Book on Alaska
Goshen Hall of Calypso
Stallings Family Well Known in Duplin
Land Grants in Northern Duplin
The Faison Improvement Group
Sampson's Story Told in Outdoor Drama
A Visit to Halifax
North Carolina Ratification Conventions
The First and 100th Congress
Bicentennial Year & Sampson
Duplin Rifles - Confederate Army
Magnolia in Duplin
Magnolia - A Charming Village
Revolutionary War Pensioners - Wayne
Revolutionary War Pensioners - Duplin
The White House, 1792-1992
Whitehouse Happenings
Papa's Brogans
Johnston - The Grandmother of Wayne
Wayne & Its Resources, 1896
History From Old Newspapers
The Grand Lodge of Masons
LaPierre - A Pioneer Minister
Duplin County Records
Historic Kinston & Lenoir County
Land Grants of Upper Goshen
The North Carolina Railroad
Mr. William F. Kornegay
More About The Kornegay Family
Mount Olive in 1907
Varrazano's North Carolina Visit
Judge Strong - Editor, Poet, Lawmaker
Colonel Stephen Miller - Soldier, Planter
The Bonitz Brothers in Goldsboro
Mr. Peregrine Cook - The Inventor
The Olivette Hotel Served Town
Clinton - The Old & The New
A Witch From Turkey
Judge Grady - One Time Mount Olive Mayor
Church Has Colorful History
The Ghost of Cameron Certain
Byrdís "Small Town South"
Battle of White Hall
Sampson Book Tells County's Story
Governor Curtis H. Brogden of Wayne
Photograph of Curtis Brogden
Methodists Mark Bicentennial
The Story of Art Kinsauls
Johnston - Governor of North Carolina
The Highland Games
Dr. Dallas Herring
Professor Samuel W. Clement
The Village of Tomahawk
Mr. Paul Green - Playwright & Novelist
A Confederate Lady
Census Taken in Wayne in 1790
The Burning of the Arsenal
Mt. Olive Remembers Centennial
William Hooper, The Signer
Eleanor Roosevelt's Visit Recalled
Shine Township
The Ghosts of Fryarís Bridge
Reverend Lewis Whitfield of White Hall
Duplin, Pender & Bladen
Reverend Thomson - Pioneer Minister In Waynesborough
The S.S. Ad-Vance
The Dismal Swamp
Colonel Elias Faison Shaw, Patriot
The Reverend Fleet Cooper, Sr.
General Hill - Promoter of Railroad
Interesting Historical Happenings
Claude Brown, Mount Olive Photographer
Letters of Sara F. Hicks
The MacPhail Family
Cherry Dale Restored
Memories of Peirceville - Part I
Memorial of Peirceville - Part II
Burnette's of Mount Olive
The John Paul Jones Tradition
Turner - A Vision of Freedom
Mrs. Lewellyn Robinson
The Fall of Fort Fisher
Mr. Bryan Daughtry of Goshen
A Visit to Sloop Point Plantation
Robert E. Leeís Birthday
Dr. Daniel W. Fagg of Mount Olive
The Bartram Connection in NC
The Quakers in Wayne County
Old James Sprunt Institute
The Whitfield Reunion - 1990
An Old Fashion Homecoming
Betty R. McCain
Another Family Reunion - 58th
Another Family Reunion - 59th
The Dixon Family Reunion
The Merritt Family Reunion
The Carlton Family of Duplin
The Ward Family of Sampson and Duplin
History of Turkey Post Office
The Duplin Courthouse
The McGowan Family
The James Kenan UDC
The Winn Family
Senator David John Aaron
The Mount Olive Advertiser
Elliot is Still Alive
The Oates Family of Duplin & Sampson
The Sycamores & Turkey
Did Mary Slocumb Make the Ride?
A Pilgrimage to Historic Kenansville
The Grady Family of Duplin
The Johnston Family Connection
Reverend Hugh McAden
The Simmons Family of Duplin
Captain David Dodd - Patriot
The Summerlin Buggy Factory


Bicentennial Series
Introduction To The Bicentennial Series
An Outline of History
Tuscaroras - First Wayne Inhabitants
Saponi Indians - A Wayne Legend
Lawson - First To Survey NC
Whitfields Were Among Leading Wayne Settlers
McKinnes Were Giants Among Early Settlers
Arthur Dobbs - Local Historical Figure
Seven Springs Oldest Community in Wayne
Quakers Influential In Wayne Development
Kornegay-Parker House Among Wayne's Oldest
Early Pike's In Wayne
Ivey House Believed Oldest In Wayne
Early History Told In Old Bibles
Uzzells Settled Walnut Creek Area
John Kennedy Among Leading Wayne Settlers
Richard Caswell Helped Shape Wayne
Richard Caswell Wasn't A Fiery Rebel
Battle of Moore's Creek Bridge
Lord Cornwallis' Troops In Wayne
Britton Hood - First Wayne Surveyor
Peel House - Structure From Pre-Civil War Era
Early Pikeville Existence
Twin Oaks - The Hodge House - Dates Back To 1834
Deans House Dates Back To Early 1800s
Early Wayne Newspapers
William T. Dortch - A Giant In Our Midst
Goldsboro Churches Organized In 1800s
Early Brick Home Was Built To Last
E. B. Borden Founded Goldsboro's First Bank
Brogden - First Governor From Wayne
Photograph Of Curtis Brodgen
Naming of Eureka Story
Dillard Was Leading Black Educator
Odd Fellows Home
Early Goldsboro People - Homes
Governor Aycock - Education Leader
Wayne Female College
Photograph of Wayne Female College
Railroad Tracks Taken Up During The Night
Once Stately Vernon Falls on Hard Times
The Robinson Brothers
Judge Robinson Last Elected Republican Judge

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