Publications

BOOKS & MAPS


I placed abstracts and similar records higher on this page than compiled genealogies because compiled family genealogies and heritage books may look easy to use, but they often contain errors in interpreting information and consequently the conclusions formed about relationships. Viewing original source documents, or images of them (ex., microfilm) or utilizing quality abstracts, together with good methodology, is the safer way to go.

You will also want to consult the publications list of the Cabarrus Genealogy Society.

Books unavailable new or out-of-print may be found on secondary sites such as Abebooks and Ebay.


Abstracts of land entries, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, 1793-1795, by A. B. Pruitt, 1990

Cabarrus County, N. C. Abstracts of Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1793-1797, and deed books 1, 2 & 3, 1793-1801, by Lois M. P. Schneider (one book or two? combined listing?)

Deed Books 1-3 (1797-1801), by Lois M. P. Schneider

Cabarrus County, North Carolina Court Minutes (Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions), 1793-1797, by Betty J. Camin

Cabarrus County, North Carolina Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, by Margaret B. Bost ~ three publications covering 1797-1805, 1805-1817, & 1821-1828

Minutes, Superior Court of Cabarrus County, North Carolina, 1819-1826, by Clarence E. Horton, Jr.

Cabarrus County, North Carolina, Index to Vital Statistics: Births, 1914-1965; Delayed Births, 1890-1965; Deaths, 1913-1965; , 1913-1965 ~ Cabarrus County (North Carolina). Register of Deeds

Cabarrus County, North Carolina Marriage Bonds, Early to 1868, by Mrs. P. C. Patterson

Cabarrus County, North Carolina Marriage Records, 1793-1868, by Frances T. Ingmire

Cabarrus County, North Carolina Divorce Records, 1866, 1868, 1873-1930 ~ North Carolina. Superior Court (Cabarrus County)

Wills and Estate Papers (Cabarrus County), 1663-1978 ~  North Carolina Division of Archives and History (Raleigh, North Carolina)

The Diary of Johann Gottfried Arends, 1740-1807: Annotated Transcription, by Jo White Linn.  The diary has marriages, confirmations, and business dealings, and reveals the names of many Germans not identified elsewhere in records.

Seventh Census, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, 1850, by Betty L. Krimminger

Eighth Census, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, 1860, by James R. Wilson

Cabarrus County Census 1860, by Betty L. Krimminger

Ninth Census, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, 1870, by Betty L. Krimminger

Census 1910 Kannapolis, by Clarence E. Horton

Census 1910 Kannapolis Schools, by Clarence E. Horton

Cabarrus County North Carolina record of corporations, 1885-1966 ~  North Carolina, Superior Court (Cabarrus County)

Barber-Scotia College – College Archives: A History of Barber-Scotia College, by Leland Stanford Cozart (former president)


A History of Cabarrus County, North Carolina, by Clarence E. Horton, Jr., Kannapolis, N.C. : 2003

Fragments from the History of that part of Anson and Mecklenberg Counties which became Cabarrus County, by Clarence E. Horton, Jr., Kannapolis, NC : 1994.

History of Cabarrus County and Concord, by Robert Washington Allison, Concord, NC : R. W. Allison, 1991

Cabarrus County, by Genevieve Elaine Goble Walsh, descendant of John Reed

Historical Papers on Cabarrus County, North Carolina, by National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the state of North Carolina

Historical Shadows of Cabarrus County, North Carolina, by Jordon K. Rouse

A History of Cabarrus County in the Wars / Cabarrus County (North Carolina) ~ War Records Collection Committee

A History of African-Americans in Cabarrus County, North Carolina, by Harold O. Robinson, Concord, NC : Cabarrus County Bicentennial Commission


One Hundred Fifty Years: Henkelite: 1835-1935, by George Franklin Hahn

Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery (Macedonia Church Road off Hwy 73, Concord, North Carolina), by Maxine Douglas Wardlaw & S. Janelle Wilson

Mt. Gilead Evangelical Lutheran Church (Cabarrus County, North Carolina), by George Franklin Hahn

The Presbyterian Congregation on Rocky River, by Thomas Hugh Spence, Jr.

Historic Rocky River Church Buildings and Burying Grounds, Cabarrus County, Concord, North Carolina, by Clarence F. Blume

A Brief History of St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, of Cabarrus County, N.C. : from its earliest settlement to the present time, by Sidney D. Steffey

A History St. John’s Lutheran Church : Cabarrus County, Route 3, Concord, North Carolina, by C. Lee Shipton

Grave Sights of Cabarrus County, North Carolina, by Larry Hayer


Eastern Cabarrus History, by George Franklin Hahn ~ includes historical information about Cabarrus County, military information, church historical information and records, cemetery records, business records, biographical information about Mathias Barrier and genealogical information about the following surnames: Allen, Anthony, Barnhardt, Barrier or Berger, Boger, Bogle, Bost, Broadway, Craven, Curlee, Eudy, Efrid, Greene, Hahn, Harris, Hill, Holt, Huneycutt, Link, Linker, Lippard, McEachern, Mauldin, Medlin, Miller, Moose, Osborne, Patterson, Rothrock, Ruch, Seagroves, Sigmon, Smith, Talley, Tarlton, Tucker and Whitley.


Families of Cabarrus County, NC,  1792 – 1815, by Kathleen Marler

History and Genealogy of North Carolina Families, from Early 1700s to 1958, by Myrtle House-Watson ~ Mark House (Marx Haus), Cress(Kress), Barringer, Misenhimer, Ludwig, Faggart, Propst, Litaker, Lemons, Krimminger, Carpenter, Austin, Ludwick, etc., and the Willifords of Georgia.

Atwell Family, by John Karriker

Carriker, Karriker Families, by John Karriker

Drye Family History of Cabarrus County, by Gary Douglas Walter

Geottfried Uhde and His Descendants: a History of the Eudys of Cabarrus and Stanly County, North Carolina, by William Ashley Hinson, Kernersville, NC, 1995.

Over Flow on Clear Creek, by Ken Flowe and Gail Flowe Honeycutt ~ contains a major amount of information on Dr. J. E. Flow, also has information about Dr. David William Flowe, for whom Flowes Store Road is named.

Trail of the Haglers, by Travis Jackson Hagler

A Hartsell-Hirzel History & Genealogy of 412 Years, by Eunice Sechler Hartsell

The Linker Family of Cabarrus County, North Carolina : 1750-1937, by Carol S. Scott

The Petrea Family of Cabarrus County, North Carolina, by Ada Petrea Jorgensen

The Query History : Biographical and Historical Data of Pioneers in Cabarrus and Mecklenburg Counties, by Eugene Alexander

Michael Scott, Jr.. Scott Reunion, Cabarrus County, Concord, North Carolina, by Lura Scott Wellborn

William Scott, 1732/3-1800, of Cabarrus County, North Carolina : and Some of His Descendants with Allied Lines (Cline, Goodnight, Winecoff, Goodman, Suther), by Carol S. Scott

The Reverend Samuel Suther, V.D.M., 1722-1788 ~ German Reformed Minister of The Two Carolinas, and Some of His Descendants to the Fifth and Sixth Generation, by Carol Scott

A Brief History of the Tallent – Causby Family of Burke and Cabarrus County, North Carolina, by Frances Wilhoit Tallent, Concord, NC : 1993.

Family History of Early Wagoners of Cabarrus County, 1784 to 1927, and Directory of Descendants of Solomon and Julia Wagoner to 1997, by Randy Wagoner, Jamestown, NC : 1997

Weddington Family History : History of William and Elizabeth Waddington who Settled in the Mecklenburg County Area that is now Cabarrus County ; a Collection of the History by Family Members, by James E. Weddington, Concord, NC : 2001

Winecoff Family History, by Marvin I. Dayvault & Edgar Winecoff, 180 pp.

The Heritage of Cabarrus County, North Carolina, which was done in 1998 and printed by Walsworth Publishing Company


Concord and Cabarrus County, NC (Vintage Postcards), by George Patterson