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HYDE COUNTY HISTORICAL & GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY FALL MEETING
Sunday, October 25, 2015 - 2:30 p.m.
Soule United Methodist Church; 20421 US Hwy. 264 East., Swan Quarter, NC, 27885
The Weston Family Scrapbook ca. 1880 - 1920s will be featured. Copies of the Spring issue of High Tides will be available and 2016 membership renewals can be paid at the meeting or by mail.
THE CREDLE FAMILY OF CHARLES RIVER, GLOUCESTER, PRINCESS ANNE & NORFOLK COUNTIES, VIRGINIA
AND BEAUFORT, CURRITUCK & HYDE COUNTIES, NORTH CAROLINA
by Ellen A. Williams
Ellen Williams is considering a reprint of this book. For those of you who have Credle ancestors in your lineage, this book is a MUST! Ellen has arranged each part as an outline of a particular Credle family and an introduction to the person begins that chapter. The book is 149 pages and spiral bound. The cost is $25.00 plus postage. To pick up a copy, Ellen's home address is: 2784 Quarter Rd., Swan Quarter, Hyde Co., NC 27885 or you can send her an e-mail at email@example.com and request a copy by mail. This would be a lovely 2013 Christmas gift so get your order in early!
HYDE COUNTY (NC) LAND DIVISIONS
IN THE EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH CENTURIES
The Hyde County Historical & Genealogical Society is pleased to announce that its publication HYDE COUNTY (NC) LAND DIVISIONS IN THE EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEENTH CENTURIES by Richard B. Lupton is now once again available from the society. The book has been out-of-print since last year. The publication is a reprint with several minor revisions by the editor. Some site visitors may not realize that this book contains detailed information, including maps, of these land divisions which often prove useful when a researcher does not know the maiden name of a female ancestor. The book is 351 pages in length and is indexed. The editor also has included an explanation of abbreviations and definitions of land measurement. He also discusses county survey evolutions, patents, waterways and roads, towns and villages, a connection with Native Americans and African-Americans and the Donnell Plantation, one of the larger ones in North Carolina of its time period. Mr. Lupton also has an interesting story of Edward Ensley: Black Phoenix and brief articles on community life, economic valuations, and agricultural anachronism. The book is available from the society book vendor, R. S. Spencer, Inc. P O Box 159, Engelhard, NC 27824, for $35 plus tax of $2.71 and shipping and handling costs of $5.00. The book vendor's e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org. The society appreciates the generosity of Mr. Lupton in making the valuable book once again available for those interested in the history and genealogy of Hyde County.
© 2015 Kay Midgett Sheppard