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Our Old Photograph Album
- Biographical Extracts (collections; for others, see Biography Board, below)
- Biographical Abstracts From the Writings of C. C. Ware.
A general resource for Pitt and many of its surrounding counties!
- Butcher Collection. Works of the late noted genealogist, Jonathan Butcher:
Note: These records may not be redistributed in any manner; personal use only.
The Wife (Wives) of John Kittrell
Barrow Ancestry --Fifth Report; June 1989
Barrow -- Ancestry of John Barrow of Warren Co., Georgia; June 1984
Barrow Family in the Lineage of Miss Myrtle Barrow
Barrow, Three Letters to Mrs. Guinn; 19841985
Ancestry of Reuben Barrow; 1990
- NC General Statutes (Laws) Concerning Cemeteries
- Gone But Not Forgotten, Cemeteries in Northern Pitt County. By Annette Roebuck
- 3 Grimesland Cemeteries, by John B. Grimes.
Includes Laughinghouse, Grimesland, Avon
- Other Cemeteries, by various contributors.
Includes Barrow-Jones, Moore, Peebles, Ross
- Black Jack Free Will Baptist Cemetery
- J. L. Jackson's 3, 853 Gravestone Transcriptions
- Dempsey Owens Cemetery
- Grave Sites in Northwest Pitt County, by Bill Kittrell
- Some African-American Grave Sites in Pitt County, by Bill Kittrell
- Cherry Hill Cemetery Inscriptions, Greenville, NC.
- St. John's Episcopal Cemetery Inscriptions, St. John's Community, NC.
- Bethany Free Will Baptist Church Cemetery
- Census Records
- Pitt County, NC, 1790 Federal Census
- Pitt County, NC, 1800 Federal Census (in 4 Parts).
- Pitt County, NC, 1810 Federal Census (in 6 Parts).
- Pitt County, NC, 1820 Federal Census (by Districts)
(District Index at bottom of each 1820 census page)
- Pitt County, NC, 1830 Federal Census (by Districts) (District Index at bottom of each 1830 census page)
- Pitt County, NC, 1850 Federal Census
- Church Records
- Red Banks Primitive Baptist Marriages and Deaths 1792-1860 (new)
- Rountree Church Records: 1850-1892 (abstracted)
- Salem Church Records: 1876-1887 (complete)
- Bethany Free Will Baptist Church Records: 1879-1980
- Red Banks Primitive Baptist Church Minutes: 1830-1851
- Briery Swamp Primitive Baptist Church Records: 1827-1928
- St. Paul's Episcopal Church Funerals
- Galloway Primitive Baptist Church Minutes
- Red Oak Christian Church 100th Anniversary
- Death Records
- Deed/Land Records and Notes (collections; for others, see Deeds Board, below - for more deeds, please see related links.)
- Rough Notes from Pitt Co. Deedbooks GG-SS Not abstracts! Roger's Kammerer's own notes--to be used as clues only!
- Pitt Deed Abstracts, Selected and Annotated, by William B. (Bill) Kittrell.
- Abstracts of Deeds, Cory/Corey Families in Pitt, Martin and Tyrrell Counties, NC, by Patricia Mersereau.
- Stocks Deeds
- Forbes Deeds
- Index to Missing Deed Book FF
- Rough Beaufort County Deed Abstracts - (New)
- Family Records (work in progress)
- Marriage Records
- Pitt County, NC, Marriage Bonds, pre-1858
- Pitt County, NC, Marriage Register: 1851-1867 (Includes both white and black records)
- Cohabitation Records - 1866 (Early black marriages)
- Tax Lists
- Wills and Estate Records (collections; for others, see Wills Board, below)
- Guides and Other Resources
- Guide to Pitt Co. Resources at the NC Archives
- A Pitt County Bibliography.
- Northeastern NC Societies Address List.
- Pitt County Places on the National Register.
- Other resources and search engines for Pitt County, NC, at Rootsweb.
- Lost Greenville.
Drawings of lost or demolished Greenville by our own Roger Kammerer. Facsimilies of the placemats Roger created for a great, popular downtown restaurant, The Courtside Cafe. Warning: Large graphics, may take a few moments to load! Enjoy the tour!
Used with permission of Roger Kammerer and The Courtside Cafe. All rights reserved.
Disclaimer: The PCFR cannot be responsible for the accuracy of the records and transcriptions contributed by its many participants. The wise researcher will realize that any on-line material is secondary at best, and will always seek to examine the original document!
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