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North Carolina info from their web site
I am interested in tracing my family history. Where do I start?
Contact a Genealogical Information Specialist at the State Library of North Carolina, Genealogy Section, 4647 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, NC 27699-4647, or call (919) 807-7460.
their state archives site is confusing and not a beginner friendly site. it also soes not seem they have anything on the web. it is a all hands on site search in NC.
hope this helps
Bradbury petition was a petition signed by those who knew so Mrs. Bradbury stating she was not and had never been a witch. Mary Bradbury was found guilty of Witchcraft and put to death.
An intention to marry would have been what is now an engagement notice.
The early Essex Co., Ma map ca 1700's came from:
U.S. geological survey
i thought it would be interesting and might help someone
i will post free sites web's addys in the comming weeks for all who need them.
i have been doing this for over 35 yrs and was once a reg family geni researcher.
i teach a beginning geni class at the local hs for night adult ed classes
if i can help with my limited time i will.
i am not good at getting back at some sites, but will keep this one 1 on my desk top
also it may take me a while to read e-mail as i spend 6-8 hr a day researching and writting my books, so have patience.
i have over 1700 pages on MORRILL's(3yrs working) and am starting my CLOUGH's followed by GIBSON,& KNOWLES. I have my MAUER published and have a pretty good booklet written by someone else on the Jansen/JOHNSON of PA and the TUTTLE's. but i hope to take their info and expnad and add to it.