The multi-track genealogy conference held on 28 October 2017 at the McKimmon Conference and Training Center featured four outstanding speakers. Dr. Deborah Abbott presented the keynote lecture, “You Only Have a Death Announcement: Now What?” and three other lectures focused on methodology, critical thinking, and African American records. Other lectures included several by Jeffrey Haines … Read more . . .
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Recorded Webinar: “Finding a North Carolina Revolutionary War Ancestor”, with Craig R. Scott, MA, CG, FUGA
The North Carolina Genealogical Society is delighted to present: Craig R. Scott, MA CG, FUGA North Carolinians were active participants in the Revolutionary War, providing men, supplies, and support for the revolutionary cause. Records were created before, during, and after the war.
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NCGS Featured Journal
Articles include Claims of British Merchants After The Rev. War, Rev. War Service Records and Settlements, and Some Colonial Tax Lists of Rowan Co., 1768-1775. Now available online, free to members, and in print.
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NCGS Featured Publication
Abstracts of approximately 1,175 letters of resignation of militia officers in North Carolina from 1779 to 1840, taken from the North Carolina General Assembly Session Records and other sources.
Tools of the Trade
Most of us would be proud to know that one of our ancestors was a soldier or patriot in the Revolutionary War, and there lies the challenge … knowing.
The Awards Committee is pleased to present the winners of its 2017 NCGS Awards that honor outstanding contributions to the North Carolina genealogical community.
New at the NC Archives
Mecklenburg, Moore, and Northampton county records; Robinson, Ward, Windley, and Woodard Bible records; several family papers collections, and much more…