Camp Lejune is a Marine Corps Base established in Onslow County that was built starting in 1941. Their official website provides some information about the base and it’s history.
- Jane Hoveland did a research project about the families displaced in the 40s by the military. From interviews and research, she has compiled information about Life Before Camp LeJune.
- Marine Base Homes – site with primary documents and photos of all the homes in the area before the military came in. Includes more than 15,000 high-quality images; all documents scanned with the permission of the United States Marine Corps at Camp Lejune. Documents are organized by areas
- The Montford Point Marine Association can be a starting point if you have relatives that received training there.
Onslow County War Information
- 1754 Militia Members – [pdf]
- 1778 Halifax List – [pdf]
- Revolutionary War
- Death Roster – Gordonsville Receiving and Forwarding Hospital March 1862 – October 1865
- Civil War
- World War II
- Military Record of Pvt. Jonathan Hill Basden
- Military Record of Pvt. H.L. Williams
- Military records submitted to the NCGenWeb Archives
North Carolina Information
- NC Troops 1861-1865 – index to the multi-volume work from the NC Dept of Cultural Resources
- North Carolina Civil War Image Portfolio – from the University of North Carolina @ Chapel Hill
- NC Civil War Soldier’s Index
- US Colored Troops Formed in NC
- List of wars involving the United States
- List of Civil War Battles By Date – in North Carolina specifically