Bertie Co. Info. Available
- Hello Group,
Bertie County Information will be available with FREE access thru 12
Perhaps one day, Pitt County Chronicles will be online (dream-on)! :)
BERTIE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA VITAL STATISTICS, 1700S-1920
Bertie County, North Carolina was formed in 1722 from Chowan County. The
county seat is Windsor. This database is abstracted from a county history
that was published locally. The book is divided into two sections: (1) a
general history of Bertie County, and (2) a biography of about 600 families
that contains more than 184,000 names. Because of its narrative nature, the
book often answers questions not addressed in census and state records. It
is an excellent supplement to more traditional records. Fields of
information include: name, birth date, birthplace, spouse, marriage date,
marriage location, father's name, mother's name, children, date of death,
place of death, last known location, other notes, race, military, and
Source Information: Herrin, Cynthia, comp. "Bertie County, North Carolina
Vital Statistics, 1700s-1920." [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com,
2001. Original data: Sentinel Publications. "Bertie Beginnings: The Story of
Our County and Its Distinguished Citizens." Lewiston-Woodville, NC: Sentinel
To search this database, go to:
CANNON; COX; JACKSON; McLAWHORN (all sp); WINGATE; +++
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If there are any names that you can think of I can look them up and post them to the group.
By the way there are over 210 names for Cox.
Without documentation, I'm just a "name collector", not a "family historian".
How generous of you! COX would be a good start....
McGOWAN; BONNER; BLOUNT ....
to name a few.
Anyone else, Group???
Thank you Marilyn....
CANNON; COX; JACKSON; McGLOHON (all sp); WINGATE; +++
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert L. Capps" <robertlcapps@...>
Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2001 12:33 AM
Subject: Re: [genpcfr] Bertie Co. Info. Available
> If there are any names that you can think of I can look them up and post
them to the group.
> By the way there are over 210 names for Cox.
> Without documentation, I'm just a "name collector", not a "family
> RESEARCHING: BEACH/BIGGS/CLARK/PAGE/PERRY/WYNN
I have always wondered which McGowans your ancestors were. I have a list of
McGowan on census lists in and around Pitt County from 1790 - 1900. Would be
happy to look up any there for you. Just let me know.