Guide To Research Materials In the North Carolina
State Archives: County Records

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PITT COUNTY

Established in 1760 (effective 1761) from Beaufort County.
Courthouse fire of 1857 destroyed most of the court records.

ORIGINAL RECORDS

BONDS

COURT RECORDS
ELECTION RECORDS
ESTATES RECORDS
LAND RECORDS
MARRIAGE, DIVORCE AND VITAL STATISTICS
MILITARY AND PENSION RECORDS
MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
OFFICIALS, COUNTY
ROADS AND BRIDGES
WILLS

MICROFILM RECORDS

BONDS
CORPORATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS
COURT RECORDS
ELECTION RECORDS
ESTATES RECORDS
LAND RECORDS
MARRIAGE, DIVORCE AND VITAL STATISTICS
MILITARY AND PENSION RECORDS
MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS
OFFICIALS, COUNTY
SCHOOL RECORDS
WILLS

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