HARNETT COUNTY PUBLICATIONS
Eastern North Carolina Digital Library now has
"They Passed This Way by Malcolm Fowler"
LEE-JOHNSON BOOKS READY FOR PUBLICATION
Rebecca Owens, of Dunn, and Ruth Creech, of Fayetteville, have recently finished their 2500+ page,
2 volume compilation entitled JOHNSON-LEE FAMILIES, SOUTH OF THE NEUSE. Under sponsorship of the Johnson-Lee
Reunion Committee, they have researched and compiled lineages on many of the descendants of Hugh Lee (ca.1650-1721,
Prince George, Virginia), John Lee, Esq. (ca. 1700-1768, Johnston County, North Carolina) and William Johnston
(ca. 1648-1719, Isle of Wight, Virginia). The inter-relationships of descendants of these men and many other
allied families are explored over the past 250+ years.
While many present-day descendants still reside in the Johnston-Harnett-Sampson-Cumberland County area, additional
information tracks other descendants as they migrated throughout the United States. Information from existing
records is documented and will provide a springboard for additional research by interested genealogists and family
A special bonus section includes over 500 family photographs (some from the 1800s) collected and identified during
the compilers' extensive research.
For more information, please contact Rebecca Owens at the Johnston County Heritage Center on Mon- Tues 919-934-2836.
THE SCOTTISH BLACK FAMILY: FIVE BROTHERS FROM THE ISLE OF JURA, SCOTLAND TO CUMBERLAND COUNTY,
NORTH CAROLINA AND THEIR DESCENDANTS
By Elizabeth Coldwell Frano
The book on the Scottish Black family is ready to go to print. It has 450 pages of family
information, including sixty-seven pages of pictures. The number of books that will be printed
will be determined by the number of orders received. So, please order all the books you want now.
To order the book send a check or money order for $35.00, plus $4.60 for postage for each book
to: Elizabeth Coldwell Frano, P.O. Box 792, Newburgh, IN 47629.
Orders must be received by July 3, 2004. Allow six to eight weeks for delivery.
This Black family keepsake contains the history of the brothers, Alexander, Archibald, James,
Neill, and Duncan Black of North Carolina during the 18th century. Included are the family
tree, traditions, short stories, true accounts, photographs, 19th century family letters, and
the Civil War diary and letters of Captain Hugh Black and his family. More than twenty-three
writers contributed their family's stories.
Outstanding in this book is the collection of records from fifteen 18th and 19th century family
Bibles from Black descendants and associated families. Anyone involved in genealogy knows the
importance of the records contained in old family Bibles when there are no other records available.
Descendants are traced into several southern states, including Cumberland, Robeson, and Moore
Counties in North Carolina, Monroe and Walker Counties in Alabama, Gadsden, Liberty, Leon, and
Lee Counties in Florida, and Burleson and Kaufman Counties in Texas. This book is a must have!
NEWS ITEMS & MARRIAGE AND DEATH NOTICES IN WEEKLY STANDARD 1859-1864
by Myrtle Bridges
"News Items & Marriage and Death Notices in Weekly Standard Newspaper 1859-1864" is a rich source of
information about people whose lives were dramatically disrupted by a conflict over a century ago.
Articles relating to North Carolinians have been selected for their genealogical and historical content.
The organization of this book is simple. A chronological arrangement of selected news items, letters and
articles, form the first part. The second and third parts include marriage, and death notices, followed
by a thirty-four page comprehensive index with over 5,000 names. This 6" x 9" publication containing 635
pages is printed on fine quality acid free paper. A perfect gift for Civil War enthusiasts.
Myrtle Bridges. Website:
DEATHS OF SOLDIERS, from the Fayetteville Observer, Weekly and Semi-Weekly, 1861 1864
with Index and Civil War Poems, compiled and published by, Irene Smith.
$25.00 + $4.00 shipping & handling.
The late Hugh Williams' HARNETT COUNTY CEMETERIES, edited and published first in 2000 by Tillman Smith.
HARNETT COUNTY CEMETERIES, VOL. # 2, $20.00 EACH + $4.00 shipping & handling.
Contact Tillman Smith or Irene Smith 491 Sunset Way, Juno Beach, FL 33408 Phone 561-625-3496
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Copyright July 11, 2001