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Your North Carolina Genealogy "Clues from the News!"
This special section of The
Olden Times features old newspaper articles from or about North
Carolina history and North Carolina families.
You'll find old news
articles, obituaries, birth & marriage announcements, ads and more. See
the links at the top of this page to go to the Index of Names, to search
this site or to take a look at the Site Map.
of Names is always your best bet for finding a specific name!
Each of these
was scanned from an original issue of an old newspaper in my personal
collection. They appear in the order in which they were added to this
website. Be sure to check for archived
stories, since I move them from this
page to the Archives periodically.
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BARKSDALE - YOUNG Marriage, 1859
Vintage Postcard: Aerial View of Ashville
Legal Notice: GRAHAM vs. MacMILLAN, Richmond County, 1810 MacNAIR
Legal Notice: SMITH vs. RIGSBEE; Negro boy Eadom, NC, 1841 WILLIAMS
P.E. JONES of Olney has Disappeared, 1901
Former Slave Brister WARRICK Executed for St. Louis Murders, 1846 STANLY
J. C. WYATT Advertises Mulberry Orchard, 1841
Benjamin HOLT Killed by Lightning Strike on Samuel KING Farm, Henderson County, 1841
Robert CLARK Seeks Runaway Slave Jim, Anson County, 1810 "Jim can read and write..."
Vintage Recipe: Carolina-Style Boiled Rice, 1867
Edmund PITT, Tailor and Habit-Maker, formerly of Petersburg, 1840
C. & S. FRAZIER, House & Sign Painting, NC, 1841
Ball & Party to be Held at Shocco Springs, 1841 JOHNSON
Ann JOHNSON Denies Rumors of Scarlet Fever and Whooping Cough, Shocco Springs, 1841
GASKINS Divorce Notice, Halifax County, 1841 WHITAKER
FULLER vs. RIGSBEE, 1841 WILLIAMS
M. W. YARRINGTON, Gunsmith, NC, 1841 WEST, MOUNTCASTLE
JACKSON Divorce, Orange County, 1841
MATTHEWS Death, Revolutionary War Veteran, Iredell County, 1830
Morgan, Slave Belonging to A. A. ALLEN to be Hung, 1863
M. T. HUGHES Shares Peaches & Pears, Greensboro, 1872
Battle of Big Bethel, 1861 BUTLER, SCHENCK, WYATT
Do you ever wish that you could talk to your ancestors who
lived through previous wars or other hard times? Record your thoughts
during these unsettled times, and know that your descendants will be grateful.
See our selection of Blank
Books, Journals & Diaries. Journals also make thoughtful gifts!
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