15081Re: [genpcncfir] NC Militia
- Aug 8, 2006Dear Bill,
The North Carolina Historical Society is the
greatest thing since the finding of the Titanic. Its
publications are housed at both Shepperd and Joyner
Library in Greenville.
I realize that you are not within hollering
distance of either. Therefore, if you send me your
topics/families, I will see what I can find and make
copies for you.
--- billgaylearnold@... wrote:
> In a message dated 7/31/2006 5:52:46 PM Central__________________________________________________
> Standard Time,
> csinghworthington@... writes:
> > Dear Bill,
> > I would bet the North Carolina Historical Society
> > has the records. The Joyner Library should also
> > this information.
> > In addition, Revolutionary War pensioners' names
> > have from time to time been mentioned in different
> > issues of the Pitt County Family Researchers'
> > Genealogical Quarterlies. The contents are
> > on line at http://www.rootsweb.com/~ncpcfr
> > These quarterlies are housed at both the Shepherd
> > Library in Greenville and at Joyner Library at
> > Carolina University. Pitt Technical College, I
> > believe, also has the quarterlies.
> > Later, Carol
> Carol -- I sure have enjoyed the NCPCFR site. Do
> you know whether or not
> the North Carolina Historical Society has a web site
> that would be fruitful in
> this search? -- Bill
> [Non-text portions of this message have been
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