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Woolfork Research File

Woolfork, FNU -- added surname

Note: Members whose names are not included in the list, join the DNA project for various reasons. Some of those reasons are a family history of Native American ancestry, or genealogy dead ends in eastern NC, VA, SC, early 1600's. This information should be included in their genealogy file.


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Census listings

 Birth - Marriage - Death parish  records

Land and Tax records


Court records


Demography by surname

Genealogy files




To obtain copies of either a BMD record or an IGI record follow these directions:

1. There's an explanation in the Wiki which also tells you how to use form 31768 to obtain copies of BMD and census entries. 

2. You use this form:  


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