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From: "Helen Fazio" <>
Subject: [G-M] Anson County, North Carolina-
Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2003 14:23:43 -0500


History of Anson County, North Carolina, 1750-1976, Mary L. Medley, 1976, 2003. Softcover, 5-1/2 x8-1/2, xviii + 417 pages, maps, illustrations, town plat maps, wonderful lists of name in the appendices under different headings, index, there is a very minimal lower corner stub that is not really noticeable; otherwise, the book is in as new condition. Per the publisher:

"Anson County, which at its formation in 1750 encompassed all of central and western North Carolina and portions of South Carolina, is the parent of the North Carolina counties of Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Richmond, Rowan, and Union. The work at hand, written by journalist and historian Mary Medley and sponsored by the Anson County Historical Society, is the only comprehensive history of Anson Couty. The narrative spans over 225 years of the county's growth from a vast wilderness to a thriving industrial and agricultural community. The first third of the volume traces politics in the county with important chapters devoted to Anson's fiercely independent Regulator movement preceding the American Revolution. The middle portion of the volume covers Anson's social history: education, religion, agriculture and industry,social and cultural life, etc. Genealogists will undoubtedly be most interested in the final third of the book. It is here that the author provides biographical sk!
etches of scores of Anson 'Men and Women of Note', and the following important source records: First Land Grants in Anson County; Early Deeds from Anson County Deed Book I; Anson County Marriage Records, 1786-87; various Anson County Revolutionary War and War of 1812 pension lists; and a number of lists of elected and appointed officials spanning the history of Anson County." Contents include:

Author's Preface
Acknowledgments
Chronological Highlights
The Land that Was Anson
The Indians Were First
Signs of Indian Life
A County is Born
Anson in the French and Indian War
Taxes and Tempers: The Anson Regulators
The Gathering Storm
The Winds Blow
Thunder from the South
Whig and Tory Blood Bath
After Camden
Creating a County Seat
Romantic Ghost Town
The Story Behind Sneedsborough
War Drums Again
Phases of Growth, 1820-1850
Letters from Mexico
Plank Road and Prosperity
Anson Men in the War Between the States
At Home - At the Front - Invasion
Reconstruction and Anson County
Up to 1900
Eclipse of the Sun and World War I
Agriculture in the Twentieth Century
Industrial Growth
>From Logs to Brick - Education
Glory to God - Religion
Fraternal, Cultural, Recreational and Social Life in Anson
Medicine in the Twentieth Century
Towns and Communities
Men and Women of Note
Appendices:
First Land Grants in Anson County
Early Deeds as Recorded in Anson County Deed Book I
List of Anson County Marriage Records, 1786-1787
Regulator Protest Paper, April 28, 1768
Regulator Petition, 1769
List of Major James Cotton's Accounts, 1776
Principal Slave Holders, 1790
War Veterans from Anson County
Anson County Sheriffs, Clerks, Registers, and Deputies
Anson County Post Offices and Postmasters
Men and Women in Government
Practicing Professionals, 1850
Anson Alumni, North Carolina Schools
Organization Dates of Anson County Churches
Tavern Rates, Anson County, 1771
Hotels and Boarding Houses, 1896-1976
Bibliography
Index

Surnames include: Abbott, Alderman, Alexander, Allen, Alley, Allston, Alston, Anderson, Andre, Ansley, Archer, Area, Arnold, Arrand, Arrowood, Asbury, Ashcraft, Ashe, Ashpole, Atkins, Atkinson, Auld, Austin, Avery, Avett, Aycock, Ayer, Bacon, Bagley, Bahn, Bailie, Balch, Bladwin, Ballard, Bancroft,Barber, Barker, Barrett, Battle, Bassett, Baucom, Bayard, Bayes, Beachum, Beatty, Beaty, Bechtler, Beckwith, Beeman, Begley, Belk, Bell, Benehan, Benjamin, Bennett, Benson, Benton, Best, Bethel, Beverly, Bias, Bickett, Bidlack, Billingsley, Bingham, Bird, Birmingham, Bivens, Black, Blackwell, Blair, Blake, Blalock, Bland, Blankenship, Blewett, Blythe, Boardman, Bogan, Boggan, Bolch, Bonaparte, Bonsal, Boone, Booth, Bowles, Bowman, Boyce, Boylin, Braddock, Bradley, Branch, Brandon, Brasington, Braswell, Brawley, Bray, Bremer, Brevoni, Brewbaker, Brickell, Bricker, Bridges, Bridges, Briggs, Briley, Brily, Broadway, Brock, Brockmann, Broderick, Brooks, Brookshire, Brown, Bruner, Brya!
n, Buchan, Buchanan, Buckner, Buffaloe, Buies, Bullard, Burcham, Burgin, Burgoyne, Burke, Burnett, Burnette, Burney, Burns, Burr, Burton, Butler, Buxton, Byrd, Cadieu, Cahoon, Caldwell, Caligan, Cameron, Canipe, Capel, Capell, Caraway, Carlisle, Carnes, Carpenter, Carr, Carradine, Carroll, Carrington, Carter, Carteret, Cartledge, Caruthers, Cash, Cason, Caswell, Cates, Cathey, Cator, Caudle, Chambers, Chapman, Chatham, Christian, Clancy, Clapp, Clark, Clarke, Clinton, Cloud, Cobb, Coburn, Coe, Colby, Coe, Coleman, Collier, Collins, Colson, Colter, Colver, Commanger, Conger, Connor, Constantian, Cooke, Cooper, Coppedge, Corbitt, Cornell, Cornwallis, Cotrell, Cotten, Cottingham, Cotton, Covington, Cox(e), Craig, Craighead, Crawford, Crowder, Crowson, Crudup, Crump, Culp, Culpepper, Cumming, Cump, Cunningham, Curbee, Curlee, Currie, Cuthbertson, Cutten, Daniel, Daniels, Dargan, Davidson, Davie, Davis,
de la Howe, Deberry, Deen, Dejarnette, Delhom, DePew, Dickson, Diggs, Dillon, Dismukes, Divine, Dobbins, Dobbs, Dockery, Doerschuk, Doster, Douglas(s), Doyle, Drake, Duke, Dula, Dunlap, Dunn, Dwelle, Ebert, Edgeworth, Edmonds, Edwards, Efird, Elgin, Elium, Eller, Ellerbe, Ellis, English, Eringhaus, Everett, Fagg, Faison, Fanning, Fant, Farley, Farrelly, Farrer, Faye, Fenton, Ferdinand, Ferguson, Ferrell, Fetzer, Fields, Dinlay, Flake, Fletcher, Foch, Flowers, Forbes, Foreman, Forrest, Forsyth, Forsythe, Fowle, Fowler, Fox, Frank, Franklin, Freeman, Fries, Frohock, Fulop, Fulton, Gaddie, Gaddy, Gaines, Gale, Gardner, Garibaldi, Garrett, Garris, Gaston, Gates, Garthings, Gibbons, Gillespie, Gilliam, Glen, Godbold, Godfrey, Godwin, Goodman, Goodrich, Goodwin, Gordon, Gorman, Gould, Grady, Graeme, Graham, Grant, Granville, Gray, Green(e), Gregg, Griffin, Griggs, Gross, Gulledge, Gurley, Hagler, Haid, Haigler, Haily, Ball, Halsey, Halton, Ham, Hamer, Hamilton, Hammer, Hammett, Ha!
mmond, Hampton, Hancock, Hand, Haney, Hankins, Hanna, Harcourt, Hardee, Harding, Hardison, Hardwick, Hargravem Harllee, Harnett, Harper, Harrell, Harrington, Harris, Harrison, Harry, Hart, Hatcher, Hathaway, Hawley, Hawthorne, Hayes, Haynie, Headman, Hearnes, Heart, Hecht, Hedrick, Heiskill, Helms, Helmes, Henderson, Hendley, Henly, Henley, Henry, Herman, Hewes, Hews, Herring, Hickson, Hildreth, Hill, Hines, Hinson, Hodges, Hoey, Hogan, Hoke, Holden, Holloman, Holmes, Hooper, Hornberger, Hoover, Horne, Horton, Hough, Howard, Howell, Howle, Howze, Hudson, Huff, Huger, Hughes, Hull, Humbert, Hunter, Huntley, Husband, Hurchins, Hutchinson, Hutton, Hyatt, Ide, Ingram, Iredell, Jackson, Jacobs, James, Jarman, Jenkins, Jennings, Johnson, Johnston, Jones, Jordan, Joyce, Kenan, Kendall, Herr, Kiker, Kilgro, Kilpatrick, King, Kinney, Kirby, Kirk, Kirkpatrick, Kitchin, Kittrell, Klett, Knight, Knox, Kolb, Kolovson, Kosciusko, Kuykendal, Lackey, Lain, Lamberth, Land, Laney, Langley, La!
nier, Larrimore, Lash, Lawrence, Lawson, Lazenby, Leahy, Leak, Leake, Ledbet(t)er, Lederer, Lee, Leffler, Leggett, LeGrand, Lewis, Liles, Lillington, Lilly, Lincoln, Lindsay, Lindsey, Lindsley, Linehan, Little, Lizars, Littlefield, Lockhart, London, Long, Longfellow, Lookabill, Love, Lowery, Lucas, Luton, Lynch, Lynn, Lyon, McAden, McAlister, McArthur, McAurley, McAvoy, McBee, McBride, McCallum, McCarty, McCollum, McCorkle, McCormick, McCoy, McCue, McCulloch, McDaniel, McDonald, macdonald, McDonnell, McDowell, McDuffy, McElroy, McFarlan, McFarland, McGoogan, McGregor, McGugin, McIver, McKenzie, McKimmon, McKinney, McLaughlin, McKinnon, McLaurin, McLean, McLearty, McLendon, McLeod, MacLeod, McManus, McMillan, McNair, McNatt, McNeill, McQuague, McRae, MacRae, McRorie, McSwain, McSweene, McWhorter, Macay, Macon, Madison, Magee, Malcolm, Malloy, Mann, Maples, Marion, Marsh, Marshall, Martin, Mask, May, Maynard, Maynor, Medley, Medlin, Medlock, Meisenheimer, Mendenhall, Meyers, M!
illar, Miller, Mills, Mitchell, Monroe, Moore, Moor(e)man, Morgan, Morrison, Morton, Moseley, Moultrie, Muggins, Mulcahy, Mullis, Munro, Murphey, Murphy, Murr, Murray, Musselwhite, Myers, Nash, Nance, Neal, Neeles, Nelme, Nettles, Newsome, Nichols, Nicholson, Niles, Noblin, Northcutt, Norwood, O'Brien, Olds, Osborne, Page, Paine, Paisley, Palmer, Parke(s), Parker,Parramore, Parks, Parsons, Patillo, Patrick, Patterson, Pearson, Pegram, Pegues, Pemberton, Pender, Perminter, Pershing, Pettigrew, Pharr, Phelan, Phifer, Phillips, Pickens, Pickett, Pickney, Pilmoor, Pinkston, Pitt, Pistol, Pittman, Plunkett, Plyler, Polk, Pope, Porter, Potter, Powe, Powell, Power, Pozza, Pratt, Preslar, Presson, Price, Primrose, Pringle, Prinzip, Pritchard, Pritchett, Pruette, Pugh, Purefoy, Purnell, Puryear, Quinn, Ragan, Rainwater, Ramsey, Randall, Randolph, Ransom, Ratcliff(e), Ray, Redfearn, Reed, Reynolds. Rice, Richardson, Rights, Rivers, Robbins, Roberson, Roberts, Robinson, Rogers, Rorbach!
er, Rondthaler, Rook, Roosevelt, Roper, Rose, Ross, Rouesche, Royals, Roys, Ruffin, Rumph, Rumple, Ruscoe, Russell, Rutherford, Ryan, Dandburg, Sanford, Fargent, Saunders, Saylor, Scarborough, Schofield,Schwartz, Scott, Scruggs, Seago, Selwyn, Seward, Shannon, Shaw, Shelbuenw, Shellam, Shelton, Shepherd, Sherman, Shine, Shippen, Shore, Shultz, Sikes, Silver, Simmons, Simpson, Sims, Sinclair, Sineath, Singleton, Smallwood, Smart, Smethie, Smiley, Smillie, Smith, Sneed, Sorrell, Sophie, Spangenberg, Spears, Speed, Spencer, Souerm Soradkubgm Sorubgerm Spyrigien, Stacy, Stainback, Stanback, Stanley, Staton, Stearns, Steele, Stephens, Stevens, Stewart, Stokes, Strohecker, Strong, Stuart, Stubbs, Summerall, Summers, Sutherland, Swepson, Tarlton, Taylor, Teal, Terrell, Terry, Thackston,Thomas, Thompson, Threadgill, Tice, Tillaw, Tillman, Tindall, Tindle, Titler, Tolar, Tomlinson, Tompkins, Touchstone, Townsend, Traynor, Trexler, Trice, Trott, Troy, Trull, Truman, Tryon, Turner, Tyl!
er, Tyson, Umstead, Usher, Vance, Vining, Vivion, Waddell, Wade, Walker, Wall, Wallace, Walltown, Walser, Walsh, Walton, Ward, Washington, Waters, Watkins, Watson, Watts, Webb, Webster, Wesley, Wemys, Whatcoat, Wheeler, Whitaker, White, Whitefield, Whitley, Wilborn, Wildermuth, Wiley, Wilhoit, Willesby, Williams, Williamson, Willis, Willoughby, Wilson, Winchester, Winfree, Winn, Winston, Wishon, Wofford, Wodson, Woolen, Worth, Wright, Wyatt, Yarborough, Yates, Young.

NOTE - Apparently this is not an everyname index and does not contain all the surnames in the many different appendices - land grants, marriages, etc.

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