|Dr. Carole Troxler has announced that she has finished a CD that contains mid-nineteenth century census and tax lists that she has worked on for several years. The largest census is for the year 1860. She is contributing the $50.00 sales to a non-profit historical preservation organization with strong Alamance County ties, the Trading Path Preservation Association. Click on her name for a description of the contents of the CD and purchase information. There is a link to the surnames in the 1860 census as well.||Carole Troxler|
|Shuttle & Plow: A History of Alamance
County, North Carolina.
Carole Watterson Troxler, Professor of History at Elon College. William Murray Vincent, Director of the Alamance County Historical Museum
|Alamance County 1850 Census with Ancestors and
Descendants of Selected Families
Marian Dodson Chiarito 1987
Alamance County: The Legacy of Its People
|The Descendants of William E. Faucett and
Researched by Dr. Mark Faucette April 1998
|Down the Centuries with the Noblitts Compiled by Loren Scott Noblitt and Minnie Walls Noblitt 1956||Robert Vance Woods|
|Genealogical Collections Relation to the
Families of Noblet
Compiled by John Hyndman Noblit 1906
|Robert Vance Woods|
|The Noah or Noe Families of North Carolina
|A Tartan of Many Threads: The Grahams of Union
Kara Lee Graham 1991
|The Lost Battle of Alamance
Rollin M Steele 1995
|Free African Americans of North Carolina
Paul Heiness Third Edition, 1992
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