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2 edition of Marriage & death notices from Wilmington, North Carolina newspapers, 1860-1865 found in the catalog.

Marriage & death notices from Wilmington, North Carolina newspapers, 1860-1865

Helen Moore Sammons

Marriage & death notices from Wilmington, North Carolina newspapers, 1860-1865

by Helen Moore Sammons

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Published by New Hanover County Public Library, Old New Hanover Genealogical Society [distributor] in Wilmington, NC .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Wilmington (N.C.),
  • North Carolina,
  • Wilmington.,
  • Wilmington
    • Subjects:
    • Marriage records -- North Carolina -- Wilmington.,
    • Death notices -- North Carolina -- Wilmington.,
    • American newspapers -- North Carolina -- Wilmington -- Abstracts.,
    • Wilmington (N.C.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesMarriage and death notices from Wilmington, North Carolina newspapers, 1860-1865.
      Statementcompiled and indexed by Helen Moore Sammons.
      ContributionsNew Hanover County Public Library (New Hanover County, N.C.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF264.W7 S26 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination284 p. ;
      Number of Pages284
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1583110M
      LC Control Number91107865

      WILMINGTON, N.C. – The North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural Resources Office of Archaeology-Underwater announced a foot . Please use the Online Archive of California to browse our collections, this list is not regularly updated. This alphabetical list contains information about manuscript, named, and rare book collections in the Department of Special Research Collections. Entries are included for title of the collection, as well as major subject and geographical areas covered by the collection.

      The General Assembly of North-Carolina in Fayetteville, December, By the Rev. Samuel E. M'Corkle, D.D. Pastor of the Church at Thyatira and Salisbury in Rowan County, North-Carolina. McCorkle, Samuel Eusebius, Anecdotes, poetry, and incidents of the war: North and South: New York: Printed for the subscribers, New York: The Tribune almanac and political register for New York: Tribune Association, [] New York: Letter from MM. de Gasparin, Martin, Cochin, and Laboulaye, to the Loyal Publication Society of New York.

      Arlington County (Va.) Book of Records Containing the Marriages and Deaths That Have Occurred Within the Official Jurisdiction of Rev. A. Gladwin Together With Any Biographical or Other Reminiscences That May Be Collected, , is a marriage and death register kept by the Superintendents of Contrabands in Alexandria, Virginia, during and. Unit 23 is a letter from Joshua Gross at Wilmington, North Carolina, to Messrs. Charles and William D. Crooker at Bath, Maine, dated 12 February , concerning passage from St. Thomas, severe weather, lumber, shingles, response to inquiries about a person named Grimes working in Bladen County, North Carolina, and Joel Davidson.


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