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Overview Papers of William Tasse Alexander and his descendants in the Mallard Creek area of Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Consists primarily of records relating to the operation of the family plantation, including deeds and other legal papers, financial accounts, and information on cotton production and slaves. Also includes correspondence, an 1882 school register, genealogical material, clippings, photographs, and early twentieth century postcards of Charlotte. A portion of the 19th century...
Overview The collection contains a wide variety of materials, including a slave bill-of-sale, letters, land conveyancing papers for land for the Andrew Jackson historic site, DAR papers for the Mecklenburg Chapter, and obituaries for Henderson family members (Willis Irwin Henderson and Perrin Quarles Henderson).
Overview Papers of the Jetton and related families since the mid-eighteenth century; including mostly real estate surveys and indentures, correspondence, genealogical notes, estate records, documentation on the Civil War and Reconstruction, and receipts for consumer goods. The Jetton family has lived in northern Mecklenburg County since the mid-eighteenth century.
Overview The collection primarily concerns William Howard and Sarah Elizabeth Jetton, but is entitled the "Ruth Jetton-Oliver papers" in recognition of the donor, and to distinguish this collection from the Jetton family papers and the William Howard and Sarah Elizabeth Jetton papers.
Overview The Knox family papers is a small collection generated by the Knox and related families (including the Dunlap, Lowrie, and Porter families) documenting much of their daily activities, mostly from the mid nineteenth to early twentieth centuries. Most of the papers in this collection are letters to and from family members, promissory notes that document short-term loans between friends and family members, papers concerning the settlement of estates of deceased people, the ownership of slaves and...
Overview This collection contains papers and photographs generated by the McCoy and related families in Mecklenburg County, NC from 1796 to 2001. Most of the papers were produced by Albert McCoy (1843-1925), and smaller amount by his children. Other families related to the McCoys were the Gluyas, Houston, and Nisbet families. Because the McCoys owned slaves, some of the files in this collection concern a slave cemetery and traditional stories told by slaves that the McCoy family owned.
Overview Papers of the Patterson family of northern Mecklenburg County, mainly concerning their business activities, real estate purchases, wills, and family correspondence. Also includes papers from several related families, especially their Cumming, Hodges, Potts, and Sloan connections.
Overview Potts Family papers2 is a small collection of papers, beginning with John Neely in 1776, continuing with the Grier family (a.k.a. Greer family), then the Hunter family and ultimately the J. Walter Potts family in the early twentieth century; all from the Steele Creek Township in southwestern Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. The papers include documentation concerning real estate transactions, receipts for taxes and consumer goods, promissory notes, letters to and from various family...
- Potts family 2
- Alexander family 1
- Alexander, William Tasse 1
- Caldwell family 1
- Cumming family 1
- Freemasons. Long Creek Masonic Lodge, No. 205 (Charlotte, N.C.) 1
- Greer family 1
- Grier family 1
- Henderson family 1
- Henderson, Willis Irwin 1
- Houston family 1
- Hughey family 1
- Hunter family 1
- Jetton family 1
- Jetton, Sarah Elizabeth 1
- Jetton, Sarah Grimes 1
- Jetton, William Alexander 1
- Jetton, William Howard 1
- Johnston family 1
- Knox family 1
- Knox family--Genealogy 1
- McCoy family 1
- Mitchell Community College (Statesville, N.C.) 1
- Neely family 1
- Patterson family 1
- Patterson, John 1
- Patterson, John Newell Williamson 1
- Patterson, Margaret Houston 1
- Patterson, William 1
- Potts, J. Walter (James Walter) 1
- Sloan family 1
- W. T. Alexander House (N.C.) 1 ∧ less