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3 edition of brief history of Macon County, North Carolina found in the catalog.

brief history of Macon County, North Carolina

by C. D. Smith

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Published by Franklin Press Print in Franklin, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Macon County (N.C.) -- Description and travel.,
  • Macon County (N.C.) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C.D. Smith.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23282884M

    Macon County, North Carolina free public records searches at Black Book Online. Do a free background check here using free online public records searches in Macon County. Easily find free criminal records, free court records, free arrest records, free arrest warrants search, free corporation records, free divorce records, free marriage records, free property records, free death records and. Macon County was formed in from Haywood County. Prior to the Treaty of , the area was Cherokee land. After the treaty was signed, the area was a part of Haywood County until the county formation in The county was named for Nathaniel Macon, a respected statesman of NC.

    Created in , Randolph County is located in the center of North Carolina's Piedmont region. This concise volume traces the history of the county from its pre-colonial Native American habitation through European settlement in the eighteenth century, growing industrialization in Author: David Stick. Macon County shown in red. History. Macon County was established in Helpful Articles. Changing Place Names in Genealogy Research. 5 Steps to Discovering More Records. Bordering Counties. Swain County (North Carolina) Genealogy. Jackson County (North Carolina) Genealogy. Rabun County (Georgia) Genealogy.

    nursing registry in Macon County before The number of men perusing nursing careers increased when nursing education became available in community college and university settings in the s. Pollitt, P. (). "Brief History of Men in Nursing in North Carolina." Tar Heel Nurse, Fall , 79(5): 16 . Macon County was formed from unorganized part of Illinois and the north end of Shelby County in It was named for Nathaniel Macon who lived and died in North Carolina. Unlike many counties, there is no prior county area that would have pre records.


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Brief history of Macon County, North Carolina by C. D. Smith Download PDF EPUB FB2

A brief history of macon county, n. I propose to write a brief history of Macon County so far as I have been able to gather the facts. There has heretofore been, and still exists an unaccountable indifference in particular communities in regard to their local history—the preservation of all the notable events—the historic facts showing.

Mar 03,  · Canaro Drayton Smith () was the eighth son of a pioneer Macon County, North Carolina family. InSmith authored A Brief History of Macon County, North Carolina, which can be viewed online at: Macon County History. Here is an excerpt concerning early houses and.

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Macon County Historical Photos (Source: Genealogy Trails History Group) Macon County Postcards North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Macon County Postcards (Source: Genealogy Trails History Group) School Records and Histories.

Franklin School Yearbooks (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($). Full text of "A brief history of Macon County, North Carolina" See other formats STEPHEN Bo WEEKS CLASS Of eee^PHD the jows hopkins untverstty OF THE UMVERSmY OF NflUOB CAWJDNA TIE WEEKS COLUECTIICiN OF ^^^^ UNIVERSITY OF N.C.

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Welcome to North Carolina Genealogy Trails. Our goal is to help you track your ancestors through time by transcribing genealogical and historical data and placing it online for the free use of all researchers.

Macon County is a county located in the U.S. state of North elizrosshubbell.com of the census, the population was 33, Its county seat is Franklin. Macon County is the home of the Nantahala River (along with Swain County, North Carolina).The Nantahala is one of the most popular whitewater rafting destinations in the elizrosshubbell.comssional district: 11th.

Macon County, NC Vital Records. Where can find Macon County Birth, marriage, Divorce and Death Records. Macon County vital records can be found at the North Carolina Department of Health which has copies of birth records after and death records aftercopies of marriage since Jan and a Divorce records since There is a fee for each copy requested.

Macon is a town located in Warren County, North elizrosshubbell.com of the census, the town had a total population of It is named for Nathaniel Macon, long-time Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. Geography. Macon is located at 36°26'18" North, 78°4'59" West (, County: Warren.

A southern mountain county, Macon was named in honor of Senator and Speaker of the House, Nathaniel elizrosshubbell.com County was formed in from Haywood, and communities within the region include Franklin, Highlands, Norton, Rainbow Springs, Nantahala, Ellijay, Cowee, and Scaly elizrosshubbell.comin has remained the county seat since May 06,  · Dear Internet Archive Supporters, Thank you for helping us reach our fundraising goal.

You keep us going and growing – with your support we will do even more in Happy New Year. A brief history of Macon County, North Carolina Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This elizrosshubbell.com: History of Macon County. Macon County was created on Dec. 14,from Houston and Marion counties.

The 91st county, it was named for the recently-deceased General Nathaniel Macon of North Carolina. The earliest inhabitants were the Cherokee, Muskogee (who later became part of the Creek Nation) and Uchee Indians. Donations to cover printing costs accepted.

Will search and provide brief excerpts. LR "More Marylanders to Carolina; Migration of Marylanders to North Carolina and South Carolina Prior to " NC and various articles on the history of the area.

DWC1 "Macon County NC in the Census: A Snapshot in Time." "Wilkes County, North. Get this from a library. A brief history of Macon County, North Carolina. [C D Smith] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for History book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Smith, C.D. (Conaro Drayton), Macon County was formed in from Haywood County: Table of Contents: Bibles: Biographies: Cemeteries: Census: County Records: Court: Deeds: Marriages: Military: Newspapers: Obituaries: Post Cards 1 2: Vitals: Wills & Estates: To contribute records about your ancestors Click Here: Return to the NCGenWeb Archives Table of Contents.

Macon County NC Historical Museum, Franklin, North Carolina. likes. Macon County NC Historical Museum official Facebook page. Research history for Macon County NC and local Native American 5/5(2). MichaelWiklefirstCountyTrustee,onrepairstosaynothingofthemore NathanSmith first Coroner, Robertneeded ini[iro\ enieiits onourpublic Huggins fir-^t CountyRanger and.

Macon County, North Carolina Part of the American History & Genealogy Project **Macon County, North Carolina is situated in the west part of the state, and contains square miles.

It is drained by head branches of the Tennessee River. The surface is elevated. Capital, Franklin. Macon County, North Carolina Genealogy and History Graham, and Macon. One Senator.) Ray Dean Sisk, Republican, of Macon County, Senator from Thirty-eighth District, was born in Jackson County, N.

C, May 2, Son of R. and Laura (Hooper) Sisk. Was educated at Cullowhee Normal School, ; Franklin High School. Eager pioneers arrived regularly from the Carolinas, Virginia, New England and elsewhere to settle along the Ocmulgee River.

On December 9,the county of Bibb was created by the Georgia General Assembly. The new county’s commissioners were instructed to found a town, “Macon,” to be named after an illustrious North Carolina statesman.Welcome to Macon County North Carolina's Tax Administrator Website.

Our new site offers our citizens a number of features including an Address Change Request feature, a user friendly tax record lookup, and secure online payments. Macon County hopes that this improved service proves to be a convenient resource to our citizens.Macon County’s Civil War History is made even more interesting because of the diverse proclivities of the county populous.

Macon County first voted against seceding from the Union. Many mountain families in Western North Carolina at this time, especially in the more rural areas, remained loyal “Lincoln Republicans” even after Macon County.