Sunday, February 17, 2019

Wake Treasures Journal - Volume 28, Number 3

Wake Treasures Volume 28, Number 3 – Summer 2018 is now available for viewing and download at the website. 

Contents include:

  • Lois Allen bio
  • The Colclough and Bragg Collection - Oak Grove Township 1825-1965
  • Wake Bibles found in Library of  Virginia
  • 1782 Tax Insolvents
  • General Assembly Session Records - Wake
  • Treasurer's and Comptroller's Settlements - Wake
  • 1894 Register of Births - City of Raleigh
  • Wake Wardens of the Poor (Poor House) Records - Feb 1884 - Jan 1885

 To download this new edition, log into the Members Area and go to the Wake Treasures webpage. 

If you have personal stories of people, places, and events connected to Wake County, please consider sharing them for inclusion into future editions! Contact the journal editor.

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Access to the Journal online is one of the best benefits for remote Wake County researchers. There are over 20 years of issues online with Wake specific primary source content. Search in your sweats and fluffy slippers!

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Thursday, February 7, 2019

Learning Opportunity - Genealogy Workshop in Wake Forest

This was brought to my attention by one of our members and it looks like it might be a fun way to spend and afternoon. This free workshop happens Sunday, February 24 from 1:30 to 3:30pm at Page 158 Bookshop. The workshop will be led by Dave Lucey. Details are here.

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