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4 edition of North Carolina bastardy bonds found in the catalog.

North Carolina bastardy bonds

Betty J. Camin

North Carolina bastardy bonds

by Betty J. Camin

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Published by B.J. and E.A. Camin in Mount Airy, N.C .
Written in English

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  • North Carolina
    • Subjects:
    • Illegitimate children -- North Carolina -- Registers.,
    • North Carolina -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Other titlesBastardy bonds.
      Statementby Betty J. Camin, Edwin A. Camin.
      ContributionsCamin, Edwin A.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF253 .C32 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination252 p. ;
      Number of Pages252
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1899896M
      ISBN 100961412348
      LC Control Number90093486

        This blog is dedicated to the history and genealogy of my research of free Blacks in antebellum North Carolina. Please read the introduction to get an idea of what you can find here. (along with orphan's court records and bastardy bonds, which I'll discuss in another post). I have this book and use both the book and pdf format all the. Books by Dean W. Brown. Boyhood Adventures of General JEB Stuart: A Civil War Hero, Illustrated and Written by Dean order, send a check for $ ($/book + $ shipping) to Dean W. Brown, Folly Farms Circle, Mount Airy, N. C., Please indicate as how or to whom you would like the book autographed.

        llegitimate children -- North Carolina -- Gaston County -- Registers. Online North Carolina bastardy bonds, Camin, Betty J. (). bastardy bonds Download bastardy bonds or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get bastardy bonds book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.

      Mother Date First Bondsman Second Bondsman Third Bondsman; Adams, Nancy: Aug Robert Martin: Athon, Sally: Jun Isaac Brown: Ballard, Elizabeth: Nov Get this from a library! Yancey County, North Carolina, bastardy bonds, C.R. [Carol Allen].


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North Carolina bastardy bonds by Betty J. Camin Download PDF EPUB FB2

This publication includes bastardy bond abstracts from 30 counties in North Carolina.2/5(1). texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK North Carolina bastardy bonds Item Preview remove-circle State Library of North Carolina Language English Volume Includes index Addeddate.

North Carolina Bastardy Bonds Paperback – January 1, by Betty J. And Edwin A. Camin (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 2 formats and editions 2/5(1). Books; Research Wiki; Memories.

Overview; Gallery; People; Find; Indexing. BACK TO SEARCH RESULTS. PRINT; Catalog Print List (0) Bastardy bonds and records (North Carolina), Authors: North Carolina. Division of Archives and History (Main Microfilm of original records in the North Carolina State Archives in Raleigh, North.

The "Bastardy Bonds" of North Carolina contains bonds posted because of the birth or impending birth of a bastard child. These bonds were intended to protect the county or parish from the expense of raising the child. When the pregnancy of a woman or birth of. North Carolina Bastardy Bonds COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX by Betty J & Edwin A.

Camin, Pages, Perfect Bound Records of over 30 counties in North Carolina including BRUNSWICK as to their Bastard Bonds.

Includes full name Index. NC, $ Bastardy bonds were typically posted by putative fathers of illegitimate children to insure that the child was supported without public expense.

Bonds and records typically give the name of the father, his bondsman, as well as that of the mother and child, and the amount of the bond posted. If you are researching in North Carolina, then the North Carolina Bastardy Bonds may be of great help in your research.

It is one of those books that we sell and that every library should have as it covers about 30 counties in North Carolina. Guardian Bonds. February Term JOHN MARTIN & JOHN BAGBY of Wilkes County filed bond of pounds for the guardianship of ANN MARTIN, minor orphan child.

JOHN MARTIN appointed guardian. February Term JOHN BAGBY & JOHN MARTIN of Wilkes County filed bond of pounds for guardianship of JOHN MARTIN, minor orphan child. Only a handful of the North Carolina counties are covered in this book.

The publishing of this material will provide one more full name index (22, names) to North Carolina. This will also help make people more aware of the information in the bonds and the possibility of locating linage through the use of.

North Carolina Bastardy Bonds. Betty Jo Camin and Edwin A. Camin. These records came from either the bonds or the bond books located in the North Carolina State Archives. These bonds were intended to protect the county or parish from the expense of.

In North Carolina, whose legal foundation was in common law, bastards ordinarily assumed the surnames of their birth mothers, but they otherwise suffered all of the common-law disabilities.

Bastard children were thus disadvantaged from their birth. Bastardy proceedings were held to determine the probable paternity. Crestena Jennings Oakley, Hyde County Historical & Genealogical Society. Court records of Bastardy bonds in Hyde County, North Carolina LLS.

Iredell Co. " Federal Census." Census for Hyde, Iredell, and Hertford counties in North Carolina. LLS "Abstract of Will Books I, IA, and II of Iredell County, North Carolina, ". North Carolina bastardy bonds. [Betty J Camin; Edwin A Camin] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Betty J Camin; Edwin A Camin. Find more information about: ISBN: NORTH CAROLINA BASTARDY BONDS. Clayton Library, in Houston, TX, has a copy of a book titled NORTH CAROLINA BASTARY BONDS,which were intended to protect the county or parish from the expense of raising the child.

Nov Court [An entry that was started and rubbed through “In the Case of Bastardy Temperance Hendrick”] May Court Littleberry Bilbro and Patience Tucker for child named Russel Washington Littlebery [sic] Tucker May Court John Miner and Tilda Edwards, bond with Arthur Taylor, sec.

Collection of various county records including, wills, guardianships, estates, voter registration books, coroner’s inquests, etc. It was filmed at the North Carolina Department of Archives and History in Raleigh. This collection is being published as images become available.

Check the wiki or browse the collection to determine current coverage. SOURCE: "North Carolina Bastardy Bonds" (book), by Betty J. and Edwin A. Camin Published by Mountain Press, PO BoxSignal Mountain, TN WHAT ARE BASTARDY BONDS.

Pre-welfare State (socialism), bonds were posted because of the birth or impending birth of a. If you are lucky enough to be researching in North Carolina, they have extensive records for each county. Other states have bastardy bonds, but they are not as extensive. To see what is available on the FamilySearch Catalog, a keyword search of “bastardy bonds” can be used to indicate which counties kept these records.

Bastardy Bonds and Records, ; 6 Fibredex boxes. Officials’ Bonds and Records, ; 8 Fibredex boxes. Tavern Bonds, ; 1 Fibredex box. COURT RECORDS. County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions. Appearance Dockets, ; 8 volumes. Clerk’s Fee Docket, ; 1 volume.

Clerk’s Receipt Book, ; 1 volume. The North Carolina colony, starting inused a tool called the bastardy bond to protect the Crown from being responsible for the support of children born out of wedlock.

Bastardy bonds placed the ultimate burden of support for a bastard child upon the father should the mother become unable to provide proper support.North Carolina bastardy bonds by Betty J. Camin,B.J. and E.A. Camin edition, in English.North Carolina Bastardy Bonds Genealogy books.

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