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Barnetta McGhee White Research
Estate papers are significant records needed in searching the genealogies of African Americans whose ancestors were enslaved. With the original papers located in the state's archives, this site contains the names and death dates for those who died in Granville County, North Carolina from ca. 1745 - 1909. These papers are excellent sources for white and black ancestry research.
Enslaved Ancestors Abstracted From Deed Books, etc. Vol. I and Vol. II
Two books have been placed online to document the transference of thousands of slaves among & between hundreds of slaveholders in Granville County, North Carolina. Valuable for both white and black genealogy in that not only are relationships given, but their movement can be traced to other states such as SC, AL, MS,KY, TN, etc.
FamilySearch.org - North Carolina Probate Records, 1735-1970
Includes probate matters recorded at county courthouses in North Carolina. Includes wills, guardianships and estate records in bound volumes. Although the coverage dates include a larger span of years, most of the records in this collection are from 1800-1930.