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About Northeastern North Carolina

The Northeastern Counties of North Carolina are part of the original Albemarle County which was established in 1664 and was the first organized and settled area of the Carolinas. The history of the Albemarle (Historic Albemarle County) can be told…

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Carolina Trees & Branches, the Society’s quarterly newsletter, is an invaluable resource to researchers in Northeastern North Carolina. The newsletter, which began in 1992, contains more than 25 years of submissions from our members including a wide variety of references…

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New Book Available!

  Pasquotank County North Carolina Poor House Records 1807-1868. The poor house records consist of “invisible” people – widows of men who died either poor or in dire straits as their estates were not able to sustain the family left…

Exciting Publication!

We are excited to share a new publication—Pasquotank County North Carolina Persons of Color in Court Minutes 1738-1868 by Robert Britton (184 Pages)!

New Book Available!

Abstracts of Princess Anne County Virginia Deed Book 4, 1724 – 1735 is a thoroughly indexed book that abstracts and transcribes the complete Deeds & Wills Book 4.