Miscellaneous Dobber Records  

Old Dobber Records is where we store the information that doesn't seem to fit anywhere else. Information must be from Primary Sources or Public Domain. We cannot accept information that is copyrighted without written permission from the copyright holder. You can submit information by email or snail mail.


  CEMETERY

Curtis Phillips Tombstone

Alfred Moye Cemetery, Pitt County, NC

Hardy Family Cemetery - These people were out of Greene County-Off Site Link

Cemeteries posted on NCGenWeb Archives


  CENSUS

1790 Dobbs County, NC Census

Census posted on NCGenWeb Archives


  CHURCHES

Rainbow Church - Ministers and other tidbits

Early Methodist Church

Chuches posted on NCGenWeb Archives


  COLLECTIONS

William L. (Bill) Murphey Collection -
Index for the Collection which can be found at: Manuscript Division, Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.

The Murphrey Letters, 1768-1776

Glasgow Land Fraud

Warrenton Army Frauds

Swiss and Palatines to New Bern

Bios and Collections posted on NCGenWeb Archives


  DEEDS

Land Grants, Patents, and Warrants 

Dobbs County Deeds 

Oldest Deed Plats Around Kinston, Lenoir Co., NC

Oldest Deed in Lenoir County, NC - 1750    Images

Southampton Co, VA Deed Abstracts

Deeds posted on NCGenWeb Archives


  MAPS

1779 Map of North Carolina.

Rare Map Collection at the Hargrett Library of U. GA.

Township map of Pitt, Lenoir, Greene and Craven Counties.

North Carolina Maps 1740-1912

Digital Map Collection


  MIGRATIONS, NEIGHBORHOODS, LODGES, ETC

Jesse Vause Account Book
Guardian to Cravan, Nancy, Guilford, Jesse, Susan, Joseph & Simon Taylor; Nancy & Lydia A. S. Rouse

Fields Mewborn Cup

Early Settlers

Boundry Dispute: John Freeman and Frederick Dickson
Two prominent planters living on Rainbow Creek in 1794

Definitions: Genealogy related words

DOBBER Neighborhoods Then and Now

Down Home Cooking: - Recipes & links to local restaurants

Interesting Court Cases

Family Migrations

Rountree Masonic Lodge


  NEWSPAPERS

Historical Newspaper Articles relating to Dobb's County Genealogist

Craven County
Jones County
Lenoir County
Greene County (coming soon)
Misc. Counties mentioned in the articles posted in one of the four above counties.
Newspapers published in North Carolina since the North Carolina Gazette first appeared in New Bern in 1751. The North Carolina Division of Archives and History and the State Library of North Carolina coordinated the North Carolina Newspaper Project (NCNP), an extensive program to locate, catalog, and microfilm North Carolina newspapers.
Newspaper Articles posted on NCGenWeb Archives


  WILLS

John Kennedy Will, July 19, 1832

Wills posted on NCGenWeb Archives

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