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9301 The person said to be in possession on the original church minutes is Derrick Brock of Bainbridge at 229-243-8007. The oldest (not by age, just oldest member still there) member is Cliff Hutto at 229-246-7714 Source: History of Bethel Church [unpublished]
 
9302 99, 51 leaves ; 29 cm.

Charlotte Journal
Began in 1835
Earliest known issue: July 3, 1835
Ceased in 1851
Last known issue: Dec. 17, 1851
OCLC #11446733
Continues: Miners' & Farmers' Journal
Continued by: North Carolina Whig 
Source: Marriage Notices from the Charlotte Journal, Charlotte, N.C., July 3, 1835-December 7, 1851 ; Death Notices from the Charlotte Journal, Charlotte, N.C., July 3, 1835-December 7, 1851
 
9303 From U.S. Highway 11 in Shickshinny, take State Highway 239 North through Koonsville. Just past Koonsville, take the right fork to McKendree Road. Then turn right immediately on Trailing Pine Road (County Road 4012). Trailing Pine Road becomes Reyburn Road (County Road 4005) at the town of Reyburn. Just past the intersection of Reyburn Road with Baer Road, turn left on Marvin Road. The cemetery is on the left side of Marvin Road. Coordinates: 41.217N Latitude, -76.154W Longitude. Source: Marvin Cemetery, near Muhlenburg (Union Township), Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
 
9304 From Wilkesboro, N.C. take US Highway 421 West toward Boone. Turn right and follow NC Highway 16 North to Millers Creek. Pass Pleasant Home Church Road (State Road 1315). Stop 0.5 mile North of the intersection of NC Highway 16 with Pleasant Home Church Road. The cemetery is 250 feet East of the road on the right side of NC Highway 16. UTM Coordinates: 77830 08090 Source: McNiel-Faw-Riggs Cemetery, near Millers Creek (Reddies River Township), Wilkes County, North Carolina
 
9305 From Wilkesboro, N.C. take US Highway 421 West toward Boone. Turn right and follow NC Highway 16 North to Millers Creek. Turn right on Boone Trail/Old 421 Road (State Road 1372). In about mile, pass Green Acres Road (State Road 1337) turn right into the parking lot of Wesley Outreach Center. The cemetery is beside the center. UTM Coordinates: 79410 04090 Source: Millers Creek/Friendship Cemetery, Millers Creek (Reddies River Township), Wilkes County, North Carolina
 
9306 tax years on this roll include:
1797-1798
1805-1806
1811-1812
1828-1829
1832-1836
1839-1842
1846
1849 
Source: Montgomery County, Georgia, "Various Tax Digests, 1797-1849," on microfilm in drawer 61, box 30
 
9307 From Colquitt, travel South on US Highway 27 to Boykin. At Boykin turn right on Babcock Road (County Road 165) and travel 1.1 miles (the pavement ends after 0.5 miles). Veer right on Mothers Home Church Road (County Road 169) and travel 0.3 miles. The cemetery is on the left beside Mothers Home Freewill Baptist Church. Coordinates: 31.09N Latitude, -84.701W Longitude Source: Mothers Home Freewill Baptist Church Cemetery, near Colquitt, Miller County, Georgia
 
9308 From the intersection of Cherry Street (NC Highway 16/18) and Main Street (Old US Highway 421) in Wilkesboro, head East on Main Street. Turn right on Bridge Street, then turn left on South Bridge Street, just in front of the courthouse. The cemetery is on the right. Coordinates: 36.141N Latitude, -81.147W Longitude (UTM: 86750 99550) Source: Mountain Park Cemetery, Wilkesboro, Wilkes County, North Carolina
 
9309 From North Wilkesboro, N.C. go North on Sparta Highway (NC Highway 18) through Fairplains. Pass Fan Key Road (State Road 1700) and turn right into the cemetery. Coordinates: 36.206N Latitude, -81.156W Longtitude (UTM: 86000 06300) Source: Mountlawn Memorial Park, Fairplains (North Wilkesboro Township), Wilkes County, North Carolina
 
9310 From I-16 in Macon head east and take the North Avenue exit. Turn right (heading east) on US Highway 23. After 2.7 miles, veer slightly left on US Highway 80 (Jeffersonville Road). About 1.6 miles, US Highway 80 becomes US Highway 57. Travel 21.8 miles and turn left on Macon Road. After 1.8 miles turn left on Hill Street. In 0.2 miles turn left on US Highway 441. Travel 4.4 miles and turn right on Smith Starley Road. Travel 1.6 miles and turn right on Napier Pond Wriley Road. Travel 1.2 miles and turn right on Mount Nebo Church Road (County Road 151). Travel 0.4 miles. The cemetery is on the right. Coordinates: 32.886N Latitude, -83.158W Longitude Source: Mt. Nebo Church Cemetery, near McIntyre, Wilkinson County, Georgia
 
9311 From the South side of Bainbridge, travel North on South Scott Street (Business Highway 27) through Bainbridge. Pass East Shotwell Street and turn left on East Planter Street. Travel 4 blocks west and turn right on North Clay Street. After a couple of blocks, North Clay Street dead-ends into Cemetery Street. The cemetery is directly ahead. Coordinates: 30.908N Latitude, -84.575W Longitude Source: Oak City Cemetery, Bainbridge, Decatur County, Georgia
 
9312 From U.S. Highway 11 in Hunlock Creek, go Northwest on Main Road (County Road 4016). Veer right from Main Road onto Oakdale Drive and continue North past Springhill Road. Oakdale Drive dead-ends into Pritchards Road. Oakdale cemetery is on the right side of Oakdale Road and the church is across the street on the left. Source: Oakdale Cemetery, between Prichard and Roaring Brook (Hunlock Township), Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
 
9313 From Main Street in Wilkesboro, N.C. go East on Main and turn right on Oakwoods Road. After Oakwoods Road crosses US Highway 421, the road name changes to Brushy Mountain Road (State Road 1001). Continue through the town of Old Gilreath and go straight on Bethany Church Road (State Road 2480). Pass the intersection of Bethany Church Road with Brushy Lane Road (State Road 2479) and continue for 0.2 miles on Bethany Church Road. The cemetery is on the right side of the road. UTM Coordinates: 91800 89080 Source: Old Bethany Cemetery, near Gilreath (Brushy Mountain Township), Wilkes County, North Carolina
 
9314 From the North of Franklin, head South on Church Street (State Road 631). Church Street dead-ends into Fowler Street. Turn left on Fowler. Just past Main Street Fowler Street changes names back to Church Street (State Road 631). Turn right on Cork Hill Road, then turn right on Maple Road, which follows the edge of Walkill County Club. Turn left on Gooseberry Road, which makes a right turn directly into Woodland Road. The cemetery is on Woodland Road. Source: Old Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Franklin, Sussex County, New Jersey
 
9315 This cemetery is located on Jefferson Street next to St. Joseph's Catholic elementary school. Source: Old St. Joseph's Cemetery, Newton, Sussex County, New Jersey
 
9316 From Wilkesboro, N.C. take NC Highway 16/18 South toward Taylorsville. Pass Moravian Falls and turn left on Brocktown Road (State Road 2483). Continue on Brocktown Road and pass its intersection with Pores Knob Road (State Road 2489). At this point, go 1.9 miles further on Brocktown Road (nearly to its end) and park on the right side of the road. Just past the stream, pass a fence gate and walk 360 feet along the trail up the hill. The hill curves right at the top and goes 100 feet further to the cemetery. UTM Coordinates: 89064 88018 Source: Parlier Family Cemetery, near Pores Knob (Brushy Mountain Township), Wilkes County, North Carolina
 
9317 Original data: New York. Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957. Micropublication T715. Rolls # 1-8892. National Archives, Washington, D.C. Source: Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957, digital images by subscription, Ancestry.com
 
9318 transcribed on 22 Feb 2005 by Gail Rich Nestor Source: Pension application of Eve Harden Clay
 
9319 Original data:

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1883-1945. Micropublication T840. RG085. Rolls # 1-181. National Archives, Washington, D.C.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1800-1882. Micropublication M425. RG036. Rolls # 1-108. National Archives, Washington, D.C. 
Source: Philadelphia Passenger Lists, 1800-1945, digital images by subscription, Ancestry.com
 
9320 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Source: Pleasant Home Baptist Church Cemetery, Millers Creek (Reddies River Township), Wilkes County, North Carolina
 
9321 From Wilkesboro, N.C. take US Highway 421 West toward Boone. Turn right and follow NC Highway 16 North to Millers Creek. Turn left on Boone Trail/Old 421 Road (State Road 1372). Pass West Wilkes High School and turn left on Fish Dam Creek Road (State Road 1315). Travel approximately mile South on Fish Dam Creek Road. The cemetery is on the left, opposite N. Minton Road (State Road 1147). UTM Coordinates: 76590 03510 Source: Reuben Nichols Family Cemetery, Purlear (Reddies River Township), Wilkes County, North Carolina
 
9322 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Source: Roselawn Cemetery, Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida
 
9323 From Dawson, travel North on Columbus Highway (State Route 520). Turn Left on Hoods Store Road (County Road 157), and then turn Right on Ben Arthur Road (County Road 70). Turn Left on Jones Road (County Road 247), and then turn Right on Busby Road (County Road 44). The church and cemetery are on the left side of Busby Road. Source: Sardis Baptist Church Cemetery, near Parrott, Terrell County, Georgia
 
9324 From U.S. Highway 11 in Shickshinny, take State Highway 239 North through Koonsville. Just past Koonsville, take the right fork to McKendree Road. Then turn right immediately on Trailing Pine Road (County Road 4012). The cemetery is on Trailing Pine Road before you reach Reyburn Road and is on both sides of the road. The Gregory stones are in the older section on the right (East) side of Trailing Pine Road. Coordinates: 41.182N Latitude, -76.147W Longitude. Source: Sorber Cemetery, between Koonsville and Reyburn (Union Township), Luzerne County, Pennsylvania
 
9325 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Source: St. Thomas Aquinas Cemetery, Ogdensburg, Sussex County, New Jersey
 
9326 Established 1863; From Wilkesboro, N.C. take US Highway 421 West toward Boone. Turn right and follow NC Highway 16 North to Millers Creek. Pass the elementary school and turn right on Pleasant Home Church Road (State Road 1315). Follow Pleasant Home Church Rd. until you come to a stop sign. Turn right on Friendly Grove Church Road (State Road 1540). Travel 0.7 miles and turn left onto Goddard Lane (State Road 1548). The cemetery is at the end of the road on the left in a fenced area. UTM Coordinates: 81160 0739 Source: Stephen Bumgarner Cemetery, Millers Creek (Reddies River Township), Wilkes County, North Carolina
 
9327 From Main Street in Wilkesboro, N.C. go East on Main and turn right on Oakwoods Road. After Oakwoods Road crosses US Highway 421, the road name changes to Brushy Mountain Road (State Road 1001). Continue through the town of Old Gilreath and go straight on Bethany Church Road (State Road 2480). Just before (0.05 mile) reaching the intersection of Bethany Church Road (State Road 2480) and Brushy Lane Road (State Road 2479), turn into a dirt driveway on the left side of Bethany Church Road. Walk 325 feet through the field and into the edge of the woods. UTM Coordinates: 91630 89380 Source: Stephen Hendren Family Cemetery, near Gilreath (Brushy Mountain Township), Wilkes County, North Carolina
 
9328 Comments from George McNiel of Wilkesboro, North Carolina:
"An amendment to the NC constitution in 1900 provided that all persons must be able to read and write before being allowed to register to vote. However any person who was qualified to vote before 1867 or whose ancestor was qualified to vote prior to 1867, did not have to prove his ability to read and write if he registered before December 1, 1908. Between 1902 and 1906 some 6746 residents of Wilkes County registered, with most giving the name of a father or grandfather. A bound registration book, organized by township, lists the name and age of each person who registered to vote, together with the name of the male director ancestor, the State in which the ancestor was qualified to vote, and the date of the application. this permanent registration book became known as the Grandfather Book, and the book for Wilkes County is located in the Office of Register of Deeds, Wilkesboro, NC. Our publication presents all data shown in three different formats, 1) the original sequence by township, 2) alphabetically by voter, and 3) alphabetically by ancestor. 1999, 332 pages, $35." 
Source: Wilkes County, North Carolina, "Grandfather Book"
 

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