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  • Send Orders to:
    Coastal Genealogical Society
    P.O, Box 1421
    Swansboro, NC 28584

    Publications offered by the Coastal Genealogical Society:

  • The Tucker Littleton Notes

    Volume 1 of an extensive collection to be published over the next several years by the Coastal Genealogical Society.

    At Tucker Littleton's early death in 1983 he left 20 years of notes in the form of alphabetized notes cards some 20,000 in number. His research covered all aspects of the history of eastern North Carolina and should be an invaluable source for serious researchers. Volume 1, which is 113 pages in length, covers nearly 600 alphabetized entries from "Academies" to the surname "Best". It is fully indexed with approximately 1000 index entries on surnames, places, businesses, military, religion and court records. Published in softcover, copies may be obtained for $20.00 from the Coastal Genealogical Society, P.O. Box 1421, Swansboro, NC 28584. The fee include shipping and handling.

  • Send Orders to:
    P.O, Box 5203
    Jacksonville, NC 28540

    Publications offered by the ONSLOW COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY:

  • ONSLOW COUNTY COURT MINUTES, Vol. I (1732-1743), Vol. II (1744-1754), Vol. III (1755-1765 and Vol. IV (1766-1775,) are available for $17.50 per volume. Full name index.

  • MARKERS OF TIME - CEMETERIES OF ONSLOW COUNTY. Four volumes are available in softcover for $24.00 per volume (includes tax, postage and handling). These first four volumes list graves located in the federal Cemetery at Montford Point, Camp Lejeune and the one located on Highway 17 South near Verona, NC. These cemeteries were established in 1941 when the US Governemnt moved the graves from their original location prior to building the Marine Corps Base. Full name index.

  • THE BATTLE OF NEW RIVER 23 to 25 November 1862, written by L.J. Kimball. (President, Onslow County Historical Society). This is an outstanding and informative history of Lt William Barker Gushing and the USS Ellis. This softcover book, with illustrations is $20.00, includes tax, postage and handling.

  • Send Orders to:
    P.O, Box 384
    301 South Wilmington Street Richlands, NC 28574
    Phone: (910) 324-5008

  • Publications offered by the ONSLOW COUNTY MUSEUM:

  • The Architectural History of Onslow County, North Carolina
  • The Architectural History of Onslow County, North Carolina

      RESEARCHING MASONIC RECORDS: A Guide for Genealogists
      by John S. Yates
      4th edition, 1997.
      $6.95 - special internet price $4.95 postpaid
      This book is self-published by the author. You may contact him at:
      PO Box 3496, Witchita Falls, Texas 76301-0496.

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