3 edition of The Edwards family history of Bladen County found in the catalog.
The Edwards family history of Bladen County
Floriedel Kennedy Bristow
|Statement||compiled by Floriedel Shaw Kennedy Bristow.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.E26 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||95107066|
Bladen County NC Church Records. USA (1,,) > North Carolina (53,) > Bladen County () > Bladen County Church Records (15). USA (1,,) > North Carolina (53,) > North Carolina Church Records (1,) > Bladen County Church Records (15). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the North Carolina Church Records page. Guide to Bladen County, North Carolina ancestry, genealogy and family history, birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, and military records. Family Search. Family Tree. At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book D27e
This John Hollingsworth is probably the John Hollingsworth mentioned in Elizabeth Edwards will in Bladen County, NC. Also mentioned as grandchildren were Samuel and Isaac Hollingsworth. An executor of the will was Valentine Hollingsworth and Robert Edwards (an . The sections Introductory Material and Family Records are taken directly from the Edwards genealogy.. The data contained in the individual family records were first put into a database, then converted to html tables. The differences in this section are (1) I changed the state abbreviations to the contemporary 2-character code, (2) I changed the dates to mm/dd/yyyy format, and (3) I have.
Robeson County Register, , No.2,p 74, "Robeson County Connections with Marion County, Mississippi," by Patricia N. Edwards. The Nerren-Wilson Genealogy, by LaBelle H. RATLEDGE, with notes by William PITTMAN, The McMinn Family in America, by Virginia Thompson Brittain. The indexes to these records are available in the county where the event took place or on microfilm at the North Carolina State Archives and the Family History Library. Original copies of birth and death certificates can be obtained from Department of Environmental, Health and Natural Resources, Vital Records Section, P.O. Box , Raleigh.
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The Edwards Family included in "History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield," Vol. II Part I (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) The Edwards Family included in "Additions and Corrections to History and Genealogy of the Families of Old Fairfield" (Source: Explore Ancestry for.Courthouse fires destroyed most of the court records and several land records.
For suggestions about research in places that suffered historic record losses, see: Burned Counties. By Michael John Neill.
Online at: Family History Circle. When the Records are Gone. Edwards Name Meaning: English (also common in Wales): patronymic from Edward. Edward Name Meaning: English: from the Middle English personal name Edward, Old English Eadward, composed of the elements ead ‘prosperity’, ‘fortune’ + w(e)ard ‘guard’.
The English personal name also became popular on the Continent as a result of the fame of the two canonized kings of England, Edward the. SOURCE: Publication - History of Jefferson County by Jerrell H.
Shofner (). WILLIAM "AMMA" EDWARDS' Last Will & Testament was nullified by the court and all his assets were distributed as if he had 'no will'. There is a gigantic file for the Probate of A. EDWARDS at the Jefferson County, FL courthouse.
One of his daughters, Carrie Edwards. Edwards Genealogy Thomas Edwards, d. Lunenburg County, VA, is our earliest known Edwards ancestor.
Our family has been extremely blessed with our loved one, Susan Jurban. Sue has worked diligently over the years to collect, verify, and record our Edwards genealogy. She has graciously offered to share some of her research here.
The purpose of this leaflet is to assist enquirers seeking information about the Edwards family and its supposed fortune. This fascinating story has gripped generations of "Edwards'" for over one hundred years, not only in Wales but in parts of England and, of course, the United States of America where the origin of the fortune (now thought to amount to billion dollars) is said to lie.
Edwards family, Edwards, Cader, Publisher [Louisville, Ky., Press of G.G. Fetter Company, Inc.] Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English.
Bladen County, North Carolina. Heads of Families (Source: Department of Commerce and Labor, Bureau of the Census, Heads of Families at the First Census taken in the United States in North Carolina, Publ. Column 1 - Name of head of family Column 2 - Free white males of 16 years and upward, uncluding heads of families Column 3.
Myrtie Claudia (Edwards) Bagwell 09 Apr Beech Springs, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, United States of America - 23 Aug managed by Donnie Blackstone Alberta Victoria (Edwards) Wright 07 Nov Bladen, North Carolina, United States - 07 Mar managed by Dallan McGowen last edited 8 Jul Bladen County is situated in the southeastern part of NC.
It is bordered on the north by Cumberland County, and on the south by Columbus County, and on the west by Robeson County. The county line follows South River and Black River on the east. Bladen comprises and area of square miles, oracres (including lakes).
Bladenboro really began to be a town before that time. Robert Ivey, great-grandfather of the Monroe-Singletary children, settled just south of the center of what is now the business section of the town.
This family has played an important role in the history of Bladen County as well as in that of Bladenboro. The "Bible" for the Edwards family is: 'Anthony J.
Christensen, Arthur Edwards and His Descendants, (Spanish Fork Utah: Mac Anthony Corp.,). The following is quoted from that book: ' "Thomas Edwards was born on 14 October in South and Isabella Downing were married in Wales on 12 March Bladen County Nursing History (Source: North Carolina Nursing History) Building histories of Bladen County (Source: Philadelphia Architects and Buildings Project) Elwell Ferry Service across Cape Fear River since Among the last of inland river ferries once common in eastern N.C.
l8 THE EDWARDS FAMILY OLD TIMES IN OCEAN COUNTY. Written for the N. Courier by Hon. Edwin Salter. THE EDWARDS FAMILY. " The Edwards family in the southern part of Ocean county, with branches elsewhere, are descended from James Edwards, who was with Braddock at the time of his disas- trous defeat in the old French war.
Get this from a library. Shaw family of Bladen County and southeastern North Carolina. [Floriedel Kennedy Bristow] -- Ancestors of Florie Devella Shaw (), daughter of Archibald Wright Shaw and Rachel Ann Edwards. She was born in Bladen Co., N.C. and died in Clinton, Sampson Co., N.C. She married Aaron.
Bladen County was formed in from New Hanover County. It was named for Martin Bladen, a member of the Board of Trade. The initial county seat was called Bladen Court House.
Elizabethtown, established inis the county seat. InAnson County was formed from Bladen. Orange County was formed from Bladen, Granville and Johnston. Published abstracts for Bladen County Wanda S. Campbell, Abstracts of Wills, Bladen County, North Carolina (Elizabethtown, NC: by the author, ).
Wanda Suggs Campbell, Bible and Family Records of Bladen County, North Carolina, Volume 1 (Elizabethtown, NC: Bladen County. County History (Source: "Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois", ) Edwards County, situated in the south-eastern part of the State, between Richland and White on the North and South, and Wabash and Wayne on the east and west, and touching the Ohio River on its southeastern border.
Brief History of Bladen County, North Carolina Transportation and communications were key factors in the settlement and growth of Bladen County. In the early days of settlement, rivers were the only effective means of transporting goods to any extent; therefore the settlers occupied the lands along the Cape Fear River and the South River.
A History of Otisfield: Cumberland County, Maine from the Original Grant to the Close of the Year by William Samuel Spurr. Otisfield, Me.: Published by the Otisfield Historical Society, Hatch, William Collins.
History of the Town of Industry, Franklin County, Maine. Farmington: Knowlton and Mcleary &, A History of Walden, Vermont. MICROFILM ONLY. A "History of West Edwards and His Descendants" (28 pages), written in by Charles Henry Edwards (born ), describing, from oral tradition, the move of his grandfather, father, and uncles from North Carolina to Tennessee, circaand other aspects of his family's life in antebellum Sumner County, Tenn.; and three deeds, andfrom Greene County, N.C.Bladen County in the s by Jason Bordeaux, Reprinted with permission from Bladen County NCGenWeb.
Attempts were made in in the General Assembly to provide two new precincts, Onslow and Bladen, from the larger precinct of New Precinct was erected on 31 October,but at this time, a controversy arose over constitutional authority to erect new precincts.IX.
John Edwards John was born Abt. in Halifax County, North Carolina and died He is buried in Hopewell Baptist Church, Chester Co, S.C. He married Olive Exum in Abt. in North Carolina. She was born in Edgecomb Co, North Carolina and died in Hopewell Baptist Church, Chester Co, S.C.