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Images of Wills and Estates 1851 to 1902

Testators: Adams, Daniel J. Adams, George Adkins, Horatio Baldwin, A. T. Benbow, Evan Benham, E. A. Brown, Ellen Brown, Henry Brown, Jacob Chapman, Allen Claywell, J. S. Colvard, B. G. Daub, H. N. Dickerson, Alfonso Felts, Harrison Fleming, David Fleming, Elizabeth Fleming, F. Fleming, Henry W. Glen, Elizabeth Gails Greer, David Hall, Alexander Hampton, Alford Harding, B. Harrison, A. Hellmund, Bell Henderson, Bennett Hobson, David Holcomb, Anna Hoots, Daniel Houser, Adam Hutchins, Alexander Sr. Johnson, A. J. Lynch, Elizabeth Martin, Aaron Norman, David W. North, Ann Parker, George Perry, J. J. Perry, J. J. Reavis, Charles Reece, Abraham Reece, Alvis Reinhardt, Christian Robinson, Harvey Rose, Elizabeth Rowland, A. Skidmore, Alexander Sparks, Benjamin Speer, Aquila Stallings, Alexander Stedman, Charles Steelman, George Streetman, Dora A. Swain, Franklin Tomlin, A. N. Vankey, Clayton Vestal, Alexander Vestal, Gina Wade, C. B. Wade, Gholson Wagoner, Catharine Hall, Martha C. Wilkins, George Williams, Isaac Wilson, Conrad Windsor, Elisha A. Woodruff, Allen

The Tulbert House

The Tulbert House The Tulbert house was built around 1852 about the time that the city of Yadkinville was founded. Today it serves as the home of the Yadkin County Historical Society. It is situated adjacent to the Jail House.

Images of Wills and Estates 1902 to 1922

Testators: Anderson, Henry Angle, Hulda J. Angel, Milton Armstrong, John Baity, Jain Barron, Elizabeth C. and J. N. Bodenhammer, J. C. Brandon, J. C. Brinkley, J. W. Brown, Bettie Brown, Dock Brown, G. W. Bryant, J. S. Burchett, Ann Burton, David T. Carlton, Louisa Carter, A. D. Carter, Joseph Carter, Joseph W. Casstewana, M. A. Chapel, Joshua Lewis Cockerham, D. J. Conrad, John T. Cook, Isaac Cook, Joseph Cook, L. W. Cornelius, A. E. Cowan, John T., estate Craven, Lewis Nathaniel Creson, D. Y. Cropper, Henry Crumel, James Dalton, Cloe Dauk, Alvis Davis, Jane Davis, J. E. Davis, M. D. DeJern, D. F. Doss, John M. Dreece, Joel Drewry, M. E. Fleming, J. J. George, J. F. Gouch, Emily Harriett Gouch, J. E. Grass, Elizabeth Hall, Julia P. Hall, Martha C. Hall, Mary J. Hampton, John Harbin, James Harris, Caroline Harris, John A. Hayes, Esther Hickerson, Alvin Hinshaw, John Hinshaw, Joseph Hoats, D. B. Hobson, John William Hobson, Mary J. Holleman, John Horn, A. Houser, C. S. Houser, Louisa Huff, E. M. Hutchens, Hezekiah Hutchens, James Inscore, D. W. Jester, John M. Jester, John Milton Johnson, C. D. Jones, Jane Jones, J. M. Lang, Isaac Long, Alfred Long, Elizaberth Long, George Long, H. O. Long, James Lynch, J. M. Marshall, Henry Martin, D. A. Martin, J. H. Sr. Matthews, A. J. Mayberry, E. M. Melton, Elizabeth Messick, John Myers, David Clinton Myers, Granville Myers, James H. Neyers, D. J. Norman, John H. Pass, John W. Patterson, John H. Perdue, Major Poindexter, Ann Catharine Poindexter, John H. Poindexter, Julia Ann Catharine Poindexter, Mariah Prim, Isaac Prim, Mary Randleman, George W. Reaves, Giles Reed, Abel N. Reese, F. W. Roberson, L. B. Sawyers, Joe Share, Calvin Shares, Henderson Shares, Henry Shermer, Dillard Shermer, Elizabeth Shore, James Shoves, John Shugart, J. A. Smitherman, A. P. Sparks, M. J. Spears, Julina Sprouse, Millie Steelman, C. H. Steelman, M. J. Talbert, Emily Turner, Alexander W. Wagoner, Daniel Wagoner, Frederick Wagoner, Henry Wagoner, John Wagoner, Moses M. Warden, E. N. Warden, J. Whitehead, John Whitlock, J. B. Wilkins, H. D. Williams, James Sr. Williams, J. B. Windsor, J. W.

Names of Images of Yadkin County, North Carolina Wills and Estates for Family Tree Researchers

Yadkin County

The county was formed in 1850 from that part of Surry County south of the Yadkin River, for which it was named.

First Inhabitants to Yadkin County

Deep Creek Meeting Cemetery The earliest known inhabitants of the region included the Tutelo and Saponi Indians, and after they left, settlers consisted of Germans, Scotch-Irish, Welsh and Englishmen. Quakers also migrated into the area and they are found in the graveyard of the Deep Creek Friends Meeting House.