LINKS

LINKS BELOW ARE SEVERAL OF THE MORE POPULAR SITES. 

The North Carolina Archives is an underused resource. Several years ago the state legislature required counties to send a copy of their records for a central location to store and protect government records. Though several counties have not completely complied, you will find a good on-line database for NC counties and TN before the state split.  The link is below.

GOVERNMENT

Guilford County Marriage and Death Records, 1771-1899

Greensboro City Cemeteries (City of Greensboro)

Greensboro City Directory for 1890-1891 (courtesy of Brad Foley)

Some Other Greensboro City Directories (Greensboro Historical Museum)

Greensboro Historical Museum

North Carolina State Library

North Carolina State Archives

North Carolina Maps, a digital project of historic maps from UNC, the State Archives, and the Outer Banks History Center. (Great Guilford County maps here)(New Addition)

North Carolina Newspaper Digitization Project

North Carolina Historic Sites

QUAKER

Quaker Corner (Ancestry.com)

MILITARY

“The Battle of Guilford Courthouse: an Animated Map” -Copyright Michael Swaim (YouTube Video)

North Carolina Civil War Sesquicentennial – Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War in North Carolina, 2011-2015

OTHER INTERESTING LINKS


Ancestry Magazine issues on Google Books
Guilford County Rootsweb Web Site
Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society of North Carolina/Piedmont-Triad (AAHGS)

Alamance County Genealogical Society
Caswell County Historical Association
Forsyth County Genealogical Society
Randolph County Genealogical Society

Genealogical Society of Rockingham & Stokes Counties of North Carolina
Rowan County Library/ Genealogical Society Section

North Carolina Genealogical Society

Virginia-North Carolina Piedmont Genealogical Society
Wake County Genealogical Society
DAR Ancestor Search – Genealogical Research System (GRS)

Minutes of State of North Carolina about 1790
Quaker Meeting House in Jamestown NC 1819