3 edition of The Heritage of Macon County, North Carolina, 1987 found in the catalog.
The Heritage of Macon County, North Carolina, 1987
1987 by Published by the Macon County Historical Society, in cooperation with History Division, Hunter Pub. Co. in Winston-Salem, N.C .
Written in English
|Other titles||Macon County heritage--North Carolina.|
|Statement||Jessie Sutton, editor.|
|Contributions||Sutton, Jessie., Macon County Historical Society (Macon County, N.C.)|
|LC Classifications||F262.M2 H47 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 630 p. :|
|Number of Pages||630|
|LC Control Number||91210281|
The population in Macon County is 34, There are 66 people per square mile aka population density. The median age in Macon County is , the US median age is The number of people per household in Macon County is , the US average of people per household is Family in Macon County - % are married - % are divorced - % are married with children - % have . Randolph County, , published by the Randolph County Historical Society and the Randolph Arts Guild.; Sketches of My Asheboro: Asheboro, North Carolina, , by Sidney Swaim Robins.; The Architectural History of Randolph County North Carolina, by Lowell McKay Whatley, Jr.; The Story of Naomi Wise and the History of Randleman, by the Rotary Club of Randleman, N.C. Descendants of Edward Ned Leatherwood Rachel 6 Hyde (Elizabeth 5 Leatherwood, Edward Ned 4, John B. 3, Samuel 2, John 1) was born 14 Feb in North Carolina, and died 07 Dec in Graham County, North married Jonas Jenkins, Junior 19 Oct in Macon County, North Carolina, son of Jonas Jenkins and Ann was born Abt. in Tennessee, and died 17 Apr in.
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History. The county was formed in from the western part of Haywood was named for Nathaniel Macon, who represented North Carolina in the United States House of Representatives from to (serving as Speaker of the House from to ), and in the United States Senate from to In the western part of Macon County became Cherokee ssional district: 11th.
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Macon County Government is dedicated to continually seeking ways to improve the services we provide to our community. Macon County was formed in from Haywood County. Prior to the Treaty ofthe area was Cherokee land.
After the treaty was signed, the area was a part of Haywood County until the county formation in The county was named for Nathaniel Macon, a respected statesman of NC. Macon County heritage -- North Carolina Appalachian Region, Southern -- Antiquities at the session of the General Assembly for an act was passed to create a new county and the name of Macon was given it in honor of Nathaniel Macon, who was a pure statesman and a perfect specimen of an old time American patriot and gentleman.
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Evelyn, you may already have this info. In the Heritage of Swain County book on page under item # THE MOSES LOFTIN AND SARAH CAMPBELL SHERRILL FAMILY there is the following entry (in part)"About the yearSarah Sherrill, wife of Jjoseph Sherrill,gave birth to a baby boy in Haywood County.
The baby was named Moses Loftin. Macon County, located in North Carolina's Mountain region, was formed from Haywood County in and named for Nathaniel Macon, an early nineteenth-century North Carolina political leader who served as both a U.S. senator and the Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Franklin (incorporated in ) is the county seat, and other communities include Highlands, Gneiss, Cullasaja, Otto, Norton. Macon County, North Carolina marriages, James E. Wooley Not In Library. A month of Sundays in God's country Barbara S.
White Not In Library. The Heritage of Macon County, North Carolina, Not In Library. 4 books Edward Schwartzman, 2 books James E. Wooley, 1 book Barbara A. McRae, 1 book North Carolina. Division of Highways. Robert Macon Herring, Jr.
North Carolina North Carolina Robert Macon Herring, Jr. in North Carolina, Deaths, Robert Macon Herring, Jr. was born on month dayat birth place, North Carolina, to Robert Macon Herring and Cassie Waters. Franklin, NC: Macon County Historical Society, in cooperation with The History Division of Hunter Pub.
Co., Jackson County Centennial Celebration Executive Committee, Panorama of Progress: Jackson County Centennial Sylva, North Carolina September Macon County, NC Vital Records.
Where can find Macon County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records. Macon County vital records can be found at the North Carolina Department of Health which has copies of birth records after and death records aftercopies of marriage since Jan and a Divorce records since There is a fee for each copy requested.
Macon County, North Carolina Part of the American History & Genealogy Project **Macon County, North Carolina is situated in the west part of the state, and contains square miles. It is drained by head branches of the Tennessee River.
The surface is elevated. Capital, Franklin. Our site provides information on the publications offered by the Gaston Lincoln Genealogical Society, whose purpose is to preserve records of our section of North Carolina, and to disseminate genealogical and historical information through books and a quarterly bulletin.
Membership forms, meeting schedules, publications for sale, and other important information included on site. A place of natural beauty and allure, Macon County is an attractive destination for naturalists and gem enthusiasts.
At one time, it was home to the Middle Cherokee. The towns of Cowee and Nikwasi were once important communities for Native Americans, and the Nikwasi Indian Mound remains in the county. Established inMacon County’s seat of government is Franklin, and the Nantahala. Elizabeth Stamey Elizabeth Stamey in U.S.
Social Security Death Index (SSDI) in Macon County, North Carolina, USA. Elizabeth had 7 siblings: W Rainey Laura Stamey, in Day Book, Yancey County, NC, USA. Pruella was born on September 23in Madison County, NC.
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.
BoxRaleigh. Morgan District North Carolina, Superior Court of Law & Equity. 4 vols. Durham, North Carolina: W. Haun, – FHL Collection, FHL book P29h. Volume 2 has land records for – This district was created in and included Lincoln, Burke, and Wilkes counties and all.
Macon unveils Women’s History Trail. A new Women’s History Trail Project, part of the nonprofit Folk Heritage Association of Macon County, will soon be unveiled. A trail opening ceremony will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Gazebo in downtown Franklin with opening : Jessi Stone.
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September 9: Macon County, North Carolina – Deed Book I: (Excerpt) Elizabeth Poindexter sold one-half acre parcel for $ to Joel Sawyer, Edward Delozier, John Anderson, and James Ingram, Trustees of Witchers Chapel for Methodist Episcopal Church South for a newly built church house for school and church purposes, on the south.
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Shepherd, Nancy Aiken, "James and Nancy Shepherd," Macon County Heritage - North Carolina (Winston-Salem: Hunter, ) p. Heads of North Carolina Families U.S. Census - published by Southern Historical Press. The Heritage of Macon Co., NC Vol. II - published by the Macon Co. Genealogy Society. census of Macon County, NC Foot Prints from Macon County's Past - by Lawrence E.
Wood. Sinceoriginal wills were under the jurisdiction of the county in which it was probated. Prior towills were filed with the Secretary of State and are maintained with these records.
When an individual died without a will, the probate of their estate is maintained in separate Estate : Sources. John G. Barrett, The Civil War in North Carolina (Chapel Hill, ); Margaret Walker Freel, Our Heritage: The People of Cherokee County – (Asheville, ); John C.
Inscoe and Gordon B McKinney, The Heart of Confederate Appalachia, Western North Carolina in the Civil War (Chapel Hill, ) William G. McLoughlin, The Champions of the Cherokees, Evan and John B. Jones. The information in this record has been migrated into tDAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated.
The attached digital file was scanned from a copy at the Research Laboratories of Archaeology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
It was uploaded to tDAR with support from the North Carolina Archaeological Council, and is managed by the North. Ray Dean Sisk, Republican, of Macon County, Senator from Thirty-eighth District, was born in Jackson County, N.
C, May 2, Son of R. F. and Laura (Hooper) Sisk. Was educated at Cullowhee Normal School, ; Franklin High School, University of North Carolina, Studied law under Hon.
J. Frank Ray, * Lawyer.Rockingham County Legacy: A Digital Heritage Project Search in Digital Content in Newspapers Rockingham County Legacy is a collaborative project providing a gateway to images, documents and artifacts relating to the people, history and cultural heritage of Rockingham County, NC.© Macon County, North Carolina 5 West Main Street • Franklin, NC Phone: