Lost Tribes of North Carolina. Part II: Colonial Granville County and Its People
Lost Tribes of North Carolina. Part II: Colonial Granville County [North Carolina] and Its People. Worth S. Ray. (1945).

For this Granville County genealogical miscellany, Ray has assembled the data in a variety of lists, some of the most notable being: Notes from the Records of the Counties of Anson, Buncombe, Caswell, Chatham, Cleveland, Duplin, and Franklin; First and Earliest County Courts of Granville; Muster Roll of the First Residents in Granville County in 1754; Taxpayers of Granville County in 1788; and Marriage Bonds and Records of Caswell, Chatham, Franklin, and Granville Counties. In addition, the work includes separate studies of the following families: Bates, Bennett, Boyd, Bullock, Burton, Christmas, Daniel, Eaton, Graves, Harris, Harrison, Hawkins, High, Hill, Hunt, Jones, Knight, Lanier, Morrow, Royster, Satterwhite, Searcy, Sims, Taylor, White, and Williams. (Note: This is Part II of "The Lost Tribes of North Carolina.")

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