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As my first contribution to this site as County Coordinator, I thought I would share a(nother) passion of mine: Civil War history. This post will feature the “Randolph Hornets,” also known as Company M, 22nd North Carolina Infantry, Confederate States … Continue reading
A link to an online history of Jordan Memorial UMC has been added to the Publications page under “E-books.”
Early issues of the Asheboro Courier are now online: Digital North Carolina.
Jean Covington LaCoss has kindly offered to do limited look-ups at the Randolph Room in Asheboro. This is limited to search and retrieval of three documents at a time; it is not an offer to do research. Further details are … Continue reading
The NC Digital Heritage Center has a number of Randolph County histories online. I added a link to them on the home page.
An e-book link has been added to the Publications page.
This newspaper article is about a woman who has written a book about her African-American ancestor, a Quaker, from Randolph County.
A link to the e-book of the Randolph Business Directory for 1894 at archive.org was added to the publications page: http://ncgenweb.us/nc/randolph/publications/
Two books were recently made available by Internet Archives. Links to those were placed on the Publications page. Also, a Maps page was set up, and the township map for Randolph County was added there.
I’ve started an effort to collect bastardy bonds of Randolph County. Contributions of information and/or images of the bonds are welcome.