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Some early North Carolina Maps


Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Province of Carolina, 1663 to 1729
 Provinces of North & South Carolina, 1729 to 1776

Click on Redball for More Info.<--- [See: Province of Carolina, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  History Map of United States 1680~1763
 Map East of Mississippi River of Inter - Colonial Wars; Kinds of Government in the 13 Colonies at the close of 1763.
 Source: A Genealogical & History Atlas of United States, Pg56)
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  First Lords Proprietors' Map ~ 1671
 A new discription of Carolina by the order of the Lords Proprietors.
New description of Carolina by the order of the Lords Proprietors; Published John Ogilby, c1671
 Abstract Covers Atlantic coast from St. Augustine to James Town. Relief shown pictorially. Oriented with north to right. Includes: "Charles Town, Ashley and Cooper rivers"
 Reference William P. Cumming, The Southeast in Early Maps, Third Edition. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1998. Map 70.; Philip D. Burden, The Mapping of North America II: A list of printed maps 1671-1700. Herts, United Kingdom: Raleigh Publications, 2007. Map 435.
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!   A New Description of Carolina Province ~ 1676,
 A engraved by Francis Lamb, of London, Tho. Basset and Richard Chiswell
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Lea's New Map of the Carolinas ~ 1695
 History of North Carolina, by Samuel A'Court Ashe
 1908 Greensboro, North Carolina
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Lawson's New Map of the Carolinas ~ 1709
 Fac-Simile pf a Map of the Inhabited Parts of N. Carolina
 Prepared by Ion Lawson, Surveyor General of N.C. 1709
 Drawn by Geo. Schroeter, N.Y.
 Source: History of North Carolina, by Samuel A'Court Ashe
 1908 Greensboro, North Carolina
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  NC and SC Boundary Changes: 1734 - 1835
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: History on Boundary Changes.
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Chart of his Majesties Province of North Carolina ~ 1738
 To His Grace Thomas Hollis Pelham Duke of Newcastle Principal Secretary of State and one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council, &c. This Chart of his Majesties Province of North Carolina With a full & exact description of the Sea-coast, Latitudes, Capes, remarkable Inlets, Bars, Channels, Rivers, Creeks, Shoals, depth of Water, Ebbing & Flowing of the Tides, the generally Winds Setting of the Currents, Counties, Precints, Towns, Plantations, and leading Marks, with directions for all the navigable Inlets; are Carefully laid down and humbly dedicated, by Your Grace's most humble, most dutiful, & most Obedient Servant, James Wimble, ca. 1697-ca. 1744., London
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  North Carolina, At the begining of ~ 1740
 Showing Approximate County Divisions within Present State Boundaries  Drawn by: L. Polk DENMARK.
 Source: The Formation of the North Carolina Counties 1663 - 1943 by: David L. CORBIT, 1950
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Map of the Virginia and North Carolina Dividing Line ~ 1752
 As drawn by the Chaplain Peter Fontaine Jr., 1859
 Historical Note The map on which this facsimile is based on a drawing found at the top of a letter of Peter Fontaine Jr. dated 9 July 1752 in Lunenberg,Virginia. Lunenberg, a chaplain and surveyor, accompanied a team surveying the border between Virginia and North Carolina in 1749.
 Reference William P. Cumming, The Southeast in Early Maps, Third Edition. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1998. Map 282.
 Related Item From: Hawks, Francis L. History of North Carolina: with maps and illustrations. Vol.II. Fayetteville, N.C.: E.J. Hale & Son, 1859
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  The English Plantations, by Emanuel Bowen, 1754
 A Map of the British, "American Plantations" Extending from Boston in New England to Georgia
 Incliding all the back Settlements in the respective Provinces as far West as the Mississippi River. by: Eman Bowen, Geog' to his Majesty. with Latitude & Longitude; Rivers & Streams. Source: Chris Campbell Collection
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Survey, 28 Jan 1754, 422ac, Orange Co., NC.
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: Samuel,1 SARRATT, (1708-1775)
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Deed 1754, 422ac, Orange Co., NC.
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: Samuel,1 SARRATT, (1708-1775)
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  North Carolina, At the begining of ~ 1760
 Showing Approximate County Divisions within Present State Boundaries  Drawn by: L. Polk DENMARK.
 Source: The Formation of the North Carolina Counties 1663 - 1943 by: David L. CORBIT, 1950
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  North Carolina, At the begining of ~ 1775
 Showing Approximate County Divisions within Present State Boundaries  Drawn by: L. Polk DENMARK.
 Source: The Formation of the North Carolina Counties 1663 - 1943 by: David L. CORBIT, 1950
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  An Accurate Map of North and South Carolina With Their Indian Frontiers ~ 1775
 Showing in a distinct manner all the Mountains, Rivers, Swamps, Marshes, Bays, Creeks, Harbours, Sandbanks and Soundings on the Coasts, with The Roads and Indian Paths; as well as The Boundary or Provincial Lines, The Several Townships and other divisions of the Land in Both the Provinces; the whole from Actual Surveys by Henry Mouzon and Others By: Henry Mouzon, London, England
 Printed for Robt. Sayer and J. Bennett, Map and Print-Sellers, No. 53 in Fleet Street. Publish's as the Act directs May 30th 1775.
 Map shows North and South Carolina, and part of Georgia. Relief shown by hachures, depth shown by soundings. Depicts towns and villages, mills, roads, courthouses, Quaker meeting houses, and churches. Native American tribes shown include the Meherrin and Tuscarora in northeastern North Carolina, the Catawba south of Mecklenburg County, and the Cherokee in the far western part of the state. Insets show "The Harbour of Port Royal" and "The Bar and Harbour of Charlestown."
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Western Carolinas: 1775
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: Samuel,1 SARRATT, (1708-1775)
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Transportation & Settlement in NC.: 1660-1775
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  North Carolina, At the begining of ~ 1780
 Showing Approximate County Divisions within Present State Boundaries  Drawn by: L. Polk DENMARK.
 Source: The Formation of the North Carolina Counties 1663 - 1943 by: David L. CORBIT, 1950
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Western Carolinas: 1780
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: Samuel,1 SARRATT, (1708-1775)
Click on Thumbnail for larger Map!  American Revolutionary War 1781-1783
 GREEN's Campaigns, Theater of Operations in the South.

Click on Thumbnail for larger Map!  American Revolutionary War 1781-1783
 Route of Greene; Morgan; Lee; Cornwallis and Rawdon's Marches

Click on Thumbnail for larger Map!   State Claims to Western Lands, 1781
(A History of U.S. , to 1876, NY., Alfred A. Knoph, 1959, Pg166)
Click on Thumbnail for larger Map!   Western North Carolina, 1783 1880
 In the Era of Drovers' Inns & Turnpikes

Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Tennessee, At the begining of ~ 1790
 Showing Approximate County Divisions within Present State Boundaries  Drawn by: L. Polk DENMARK.
 Source: The Formation of the North Carolina Counties 1663 - 1943 by: David L. CORBIT, 1950
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Map of the United States Territories ~ Up to 1800
 Dates the Constituation was ratified by new States entering the Union.
 Plus list of Presidents of Congress before the Constition went into Operation.
 Source: A Genealogical And Historical Atlas of the United States of America, Page 57
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  North Carolina, At the begining of ~ 1800
 Showing Approximate County Divisions within Present State Boundaries  Drawn by: L. Polk DENMARK.
 Source: The Formation of the North Carolina Counties 1663 - 1943 by: David L. CORBIT, 1950
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Western Carolinas: 1800
Click on Redball for More Info.<--- See: Samuel,1 SARRATT, (1708-1775)
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  North Carolina ~ 1823
 A Complete .... American Atlas of North America and South America, etc to the year 1822
 By: H.C. Cary & I. Lea, Phildelphia, Penn. 1823
 A Genealogical And Historical Atlas of the United States of America, Page 106
Click on Thumbnail for larger Map!   Map of North Carolina, By T.G. Bradford, Clerk D.C., Mass. 1838
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  North Carolina, At the begining of ~ 1840
 Showing Approximate County Divisions within Present State Boundaries  Drawn by: L. Polk DENMARK.
 Source: The Formation of the North Carolina Counties 1663 - 1943 by: David L. CORBIT, 1950
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  Map of the United States Territories ~ 1800 to 1843
 States Admitted to the Union during this Time Period.
 Plus a List of Presidents during this Time Period.
 Source: A Genealogical And Historical Atlas of the United States of America, Page 57
Click on Thumbnail for Larger Map!  North Carolina, At the begining of ~ 1850
 Showing Approximate County Divisions within Present State Boundaries  Drawn by: L. Polk DENMARK.
 Source: The Formation of the North Carolina Counties 1663 - 1943 by: David L. CORBIT, 1950


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Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.! - Click on Thumbnail for Larger Photo!  These records are part of the "Genealogy Computer Package" *** PC-PROFILE *** Volume - II. Sarratt/Sarrett/Surratt Family Profile© Compiled and self Published in Oct. 31, 1989 by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. with the assistance of my late mother Click on Redball for More Info. Mrs. M. Lucille (WILSON) SARRETT (1917-1987) These 1989 "Work-Books" were compiled by listing the various families, born, married, died, and a history of that family branch. In 1996 I started "Up-Loading" this material on the now called SFA© Series...prs
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Created: Dec. 01, 1996; Jan. 02, 2002;  Feb. 17, 2006;  Sep. 02, 2006;  Mar. 05, 2009;  Dec 13, 2010;  Feb 15, 2011;