All about what is in Randolph County, North Carolina, for a genealogist.
Randolph County Resources – Updated 4-14-2019 BOOKS ONLINE Book Randolph County, 1779-1979 is on the Internet Archive located here. For this one, I recommend going to the index in the back of the book to find your surnames indexed. This navigates just like a… Continue Reading “Randolph County, North Carolina – Genealogy Resources”
Online is a book called Reminiscences of Randolph County, [North Carolina] written by J.A. Blair in 1890. This book is available for free online at the Internet Archive and can be read page by page on the archive.org website. It can be very helpful in… Continue Reading “Reminiscences of Randolph County, An Excellent Resource”
Quakers have called North Carolina home since the late 1600’s. Randolph County has a “Friends” church called Back Creek Monthly Meeting that began in 1789. It is still active today. While visiting the cemetery, looking for Henley ancestors, I captured many images of both… Continue Reading “Back Creek Monthly Meeting Cemetery Images”
Their second child was Clifford Henley, b. 5 Apr 1896, who died in WWI on 29 September 1918 in France.