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Volume 30, No. 2    Summer, 2003    Issue No. 101

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  • 2- Peter Osborn (1771-1843) of Guilford County
  • 4- Marriage Licenses (1871–1900)- Grooms Index-A
  • 15- From the Greensboro Patriot,   January to June 1850
  • 28- Abstracts of Deed Book 3, Part II
  • 37- Guilford County Will Book C– A Continuation (Part II)
  • 47- Genealogical Resources in Review
  • 49- Queries
  • 51- The Guilford Photo Journal

Volume 30, No. 3    Fall, 2003    Issue No. 102

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  • 2- Notes from the Editor’s Desk
  • 3- Marriage Licenses (1871—1900)—Grooms Index A, Part II
  • 9- Bond-Fentriss Letters, Part I
  • 20- Abstracts of Guilford Deed Book 3, Part III
  • 27- From the Greensboro Patriot, January to June 1849
  • 42- Guilford Will Book C, Part III
  • 49- Gleanings from Guilford Civil Actions (1830—1839)
  • 56- Genealogical Resources in Review
  • 57- Queries

Volume 30, No. 4    Winter, 2003    Issue No. 103

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  • 2- Ruth-McCuiston Families
  • 2- Bond-Fentriss Family Papers, Part II
  • 13- Gleanings from Guilford Civil Actions, (1840—1852)
  • 18- Reminiscences of John Wesley Hanner
  • 21- Bible of Rufus Andrews
  • 22- Revolutionary War Pension of Samuel Burney
  • 25- From the Greensboro Patriot, July to December 1849
  • 37- Abstracts of Guilford Deed Book Three, Part IV
  • 43- Guilford Will Book C, Part IV
  • 47- Queries

Volume 31, No. 1    Spring, 2004    Issue No. 104

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  • 2- Notes from the Editor’s Desk
  • 4- The Work Families of Early Guilford County
  • 16- Gleanings from Guilford Civil Actions (1853—1858)
  • 20- Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Aug 1788
  • 30- From the Greensboro Patriot, July to December, 1850
  • 43- Abstracts of Deed Book Three, Conclusion
  • 44- Guilford County Will Book C, Part V
  • 52- Genealogical Resources in Review
  • 54- Queries
  • 55- The Guilford Photo Journal—Lanier Sisters

Volume 31, No. 2    Summer, 2004    Issue No. 105

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  • 2- Notes from the Editor’s Desk
  • 2- Guilford Citizens in World War II
  • 3- Lost Whittington Family Bible Finds a Home
  • 6- Reminiscences of Childhood
  • 17- Gleanings from Guilford Civil Actions (1860—1864, 1866)
  • 20- The Murder of Josiah Mann
  • 20- Down in the Jailhouse
  • 22- Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Nov 1788
  • 29- From the Greensboro Patriot, January to June, 1851
  • 45- Guilford County Will Book C, Part VI
  • 50- Genealogical Resources in Review
  • 51- Kelly/Kelleys in Guilford County, NC (1780—1790)
  • 54- Queries

Volume 31, No. 3    Fall, 2004    Issue No. 106

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  • 2- Charles Pope of Guilford County, NC
  • 15- Guilford County Naturalizations, 1824—1854
  • 17- Gleanings from Guilford Civil Actions (1867—1885)
  • 21- Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,  Feb 1789
  • 26- From the Greensboro Patriot, July to December, 1851
  • 41- Guilford County Will Book C, Part VII
  • 51- Guilford Heirs of Clemegill Cherry
  • 52- Genealogical Resources in Review 
  • 53- Queries

Vol. 32, No. 4, Winter 2004 (Issue No. 107)

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Guilford County Naturalizations, 1855-1882; Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, May 1789; From the Greensboro Patriot, January to June, 1852; Gleanings from Guilford Civil Actions Concerning Land, 1817-1844; Guilford Criminal Actions in Salisbury District Court; Guilford county Wardens of the Poor Minutes, 1838-1840; Genealogical Resources in Review

Volume 32, No 1          Spring, 2005              Issue No. 108

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  • 2- The Great Wall of Guilford County
  • 8- Guilford Will Book C, Part VIII
  • 16- Will of John Sullen
  • 17- Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,  August 1789
  • 28- From the Greensboro Patriot, July to December 1852
  • 40- Kerr Family Will and Estate Abstracts
  • 47- Gleanings from Civil Actions Concerning Land, 1845-1867
  • 51- Queries     

Volume 32, No. 2    Summer, 2005    Issue No. 109

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  • 2- Editor’s Farewell
  • 3- The Family of Joel Bevill
  • 6- James Brown: Guilford Patriot
  • 9- Extracts from the Minutes of the Court of Equity, 1826-1833
  • 14- Minutes, Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Nov 1789 & Feb 1790
  • 26- From the Greensboro Patriot, Jan to June 1853
  • 40- Miscellaneous Fragments from Salisbury District Superior Court
  • 42- Perilous Potion?  The Sad Case of Virtuas Spence
  • 47- The “Other” Welkers of Brick Church Community
  • 58- Queries

Volume 32, No. 3    Fall, 2005    Issue No. 110

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  • 2- Greetings from the Editor
  • 3- Index to Individuals Present at the Battle of Guilford  Courthouse (3/15/1781)
  • 10- A History of Guilford County Militia: 1775 to Spring 1776
  • 44- The Quakers of New Garden
  • 46- Website Review
  • 48- Book Reviews
  • 50- Queries

Volume 32, No. 4    Winter, 2005    Issue No. 111

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  • 2- New Year’s Day in Greensborough, 1850s
  • 3- O. Henry’s Christmas Musings
  • 10- Descendants of Benjamin Bennett
  • 28- Inscriptions Contained Inside the Wright Family Bible
  • 32- Abstracts of Linthicums Mentioned in the “Guilford
  • 32- Circuit Quarterly [Methodist] Conference Minute Book, 1832-1865.”Greensborough Business Directory, 1854
  • 34- Inventory of Estate Sale, August 23, 1898: 
  • 44- Property of Mrs. Catherine Neese Foster
  • 44- Website Review
  • 46- Queries

Volume 33, No. 1    Spring, 2006    Issue No. 112

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  • 2- Gleanings from Ebay:  
  • A Slave Document Written and Signed by Col.  Joseph Winston
  • 5- A History of Guilford County Militia: Summer 1776  to 1777
  • 38- Official Reports of the Battle of Guilford Courthouse
    38- –    British Reports
    42- –    American Reports
    45- The Battle of Guilford Courthouse Set in Modern  Day Greensboro
  • 48- A Roster of the Guilford Volunteers for the War  of 1812
  • 51- Website Review
  • 54- Book Reviews
  • 56- Queries

Volume 33, No. 2    Summer, 2006    Issue No. 113

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  • 2- Gleanings from Ebay:   A Salem Bookseller’s Order of 1847
  • 6- Guilford County’s Contribution to World War I
  • 25- Letter Concerning the Swaim Family: August 4, 1845
  • 27- History of the Guilford County Militia:  1778 – 1779
  • 39- Burials in Greenhill Cemetery (Before 1900) 
  • 43- Website Review: GenForum.com
  • 45- Book Review: Spring House
  • 46- Queries

Volume 33, No. 3    Fall, 2006    Issue No. 114

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  • 2- Will the Real Parents of John Swaim Esq. Please Stand Up!
  • 6- IN MEMORIAM:  Ruth Futrelle Thompson
  • 6- IN MEMORIUM:  Dixie M. Normandy
  • 7- The Greensboro Curb Market: A Radio Speech
  • 12- Beautifying a Mill Village:  A 1909 Contest 
  • 14- Burials in Greenhill Cemetery (1900 – 1910)
  • 24- History of the Guilford County Militia: 1779
  • 44- WEBSITE REVIEW: Guilford County Register of Deeds Vital Records Index
  • 47- BOOK REVIEW:  Recently Published NC Books
  • 50- Queries 

Volume 33, No. 4    Winter, 2006    Issue No. 115

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  • 2- Editor’s Notes and Updates
  • 3- Letter Concerning the Editorship of the Patriot
  • 4- –by– Jesse Lindsay to Lyndon Swaim, January 17, 1839Patriot Apprenticeship Contract 1835
  • 5- –by– Between William Swaim and Lyndon SwaimMap-Maker and Researcher: Fred Hughes
  • 8- Burials in Greenhill Cemetery (1911 – 1920)
  • 22- A Compliment for the Guilford Genealogist 
  • 23- WEBSITE REVIEW:    (Guilford County) Real Estate Index and Images
  • 24- History of the Guilford County Militia: 1780
  • 53- Queries
  • 56- The Benbow House Fire of 1899

Volume 34, No. 1    Spring, 2007    Issue No. 116

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  • 2- Guilford County’s Civil War Past 
  • 4- Athos Recounts the Civil War’s End in Greensboro
  • 13- Orders, Letters, and Journals from Confederate Soldiers,  April 1865
  • 28- The Barbee Hotel / Hospital of High Point, NC 
  • 33- Writings about Laura Wesson and William H. Wesson
  • 36- Civil War Memories in Guilford County 
  • 38- The Women of Greensboro North Carolina: 1861  – 1865
  • 41- The Brother of O. Henry Remembers Greensboro during the  Civil War
  • 45- BOOK REVIEW:   Collett Leventhorpe, the English Confederate
  • 47- WEBSITE REVIEW:    The O. Henry Portal
  • 49- Paschal Family Letters
  • 51- Letter from Nancy Mangum of McLeansville to Gov. Zebulon  B. Vance
  • 52- Guilford County Confederate Soldiers, Surnames: A – C
  • 59- Queries

Volume 34, No. 2    Summer, 2007    Issue No. 117

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  • 2- Guilford County’s Civil War Past, continued…
  • 9- A Yankee Traveler Reports on Greensboro after the Surrender
  • 14- Fifteenth Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry Comes to Guilford County
  • 22- Maj. Gen. Jacob D. Cox Records his Experience in Greensboro
  • 28- Guilford County Confederate Soldiers, Surnames: D – L 
  • 39- Union Rule in Greensboro
  • 41- Guilford County Residents Recall Life …
  • 47- By the President’s Side through Greensboro
  • 51- Guilford County’s Neighbors in April 1865 
  • 56- Yankees Recall Their Experiences in Guilford County
  • 59- Confederate Soldiers Recall their Experience in Guilford …
  • 64- Queries

Volume 34, No. 3    Fall, 2007    Issue No. 118

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  • 2- Guilford County’s Civil War Past, concluded…
  • 3- A Yankee Soldier Records his Thoughts on Greensboro after the Demise of the Confederacy
  • 13- Guilford County Confederate Soldiers, Surnames: M – Y 
  • 31- The War Ends in Guilford County
  • 35- Various Civil War Accounts involving Guilford County
  • 40- Mayors of Greensboro
  • 42- WEBSITE REVIEW:  Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System
  • 44- Forest Lawn and Maplewood Burials, 1901 to 1929 
  • 50- The Home Guards
  • 53- BOOK REVIEW:  Abstracts of Deeds of Guilford County
  • 53- A Tribute to Dr. A. B. “Bruce” Pruitt
  • 55- One German Emigrant
  • 56- Queries

Volume 34, No. 4    Winter, 2007    Issue No. 119

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  • 2- WEBSITE REVIEW: “North Carolina Quakers and the  Civil War”
  • 3- Note Card Files at the Greensboro Public Library
  • 13- Guilford County Descendents in Henry County, Indiana
  • 17- History of the Guilford Militia: Fall and Winter 1780 
  • 47- Descendants of Richard Ervin
  • 49- Historical Maps of Downtown Greensboro, 1885
  • 58- Queries

Volume 35, No. 1    Spring, 2008    Issue No. 120

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  • 2- NEW PUBLICATION!!  The Civil War Ends: Greensboro,  April 1865
  • 3- WEBSITE REVIEW: “US Dept of Veterans Affairs Nationwide Gravesite Locator”
  • 4- MOSES HOSKINS (1763 – 1839): A Revolutionary War Patriot in a Four State, Lifelong Trek
  • 11- Various Families and Individuals with Guilford Connections
  • 28- History of the Guilford Militia: Winter 1781
  • 61- Queries 

Volume 35, No. 2    Summer, 2008    Issue No. 121

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  • 2- NEW PUBLICATION!!  The Civil War Ends: Greensboro,  April 1865
  • 3- Courts of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Minutes
  • 13- WEBSITE REVIEW:   Using Web 2.0 for Genealogical Research
  • 16- Various Families and Individuals with Guilford Connections
  • 22- Partial List of Oakwood Cemetery Burials in High Point, 1853-1899
  • 26- History of the Guilford Militia: Whitesell’s Mill and Battle of Guilford Courthouse
  • 61- Queries 

Volume 35, No. 3    Fall, 2008    Issue No. 122

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  • 2- Courts of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Minutes
  • 9- NEW WEBSITE:  Guilford County Colonial Court Records
  • 10- BOOK REVIEWS
  • 11- NEW BOOKS!!
  • 13- Littlejohn Family History
  • 26-1850s Business Directories for Guilford County
  • 28- History of the Guilford Militia: 
  • 56- The Aftermath of the Battle at Guilford Courthouse,Guilford’s Continental Soldiers in 1781, Lindley’s Mill, Raft SwampRemincenses of H. L. P. Watson, a Civil War Veteran
  • 59- Tragic Reconstruction Tale is Revealed
  • 62- Queries

Volume 35, No. 4    Winter, 2008    Issue No. 123

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  • 2- The Quartermaster’s Story
  • 8- Courts of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Minutes…February  Term 1789
  • 20- Book News: The Civil War Ends
  • 21- James Hunter Remembers Andy Jackson
  • 24-History of the Guilford Militia:   Eutaw Springs, Brown Marsh and 1782
  • 60- Seizing Crops in North Carolina’s Piedmont in 1864
  • 63- WEB SITE REVIEW:    Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930
  • 64- Queries

Volume 36, No. 1    Spring, 2009    Issue No. 124

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  • 2- O. Henry
  • 14- The Mystery of North Carolina’s Militia Flag –by– Guilford Battleground National Military Park
  • 15- COURTS OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS MINUTES, Guilford County, NC:  August Term 1789
  • 30- Guilford County Bastardy … 1782—1816
  • 37- William W. Ross
  • 39- George Washington in Guilford
  • 46- BOOK REVIEW:  Remembering Old Jamestown
  • 47- Guilford County Cemeteries Online
  • 62- Queries

Volume 36, No. 2    Summer, 2009    Issue No. 125

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  • 2- Bruce’s Cross Roads
  • 5- WEBSITE REVIEW:  FCPL North Carolina Room Blog
  • 7- New Books
  • 10- Guilford County’s Connection to Uncle Tom’s Cabin
  • 24- Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church Cemetery, Inc.
  • 47- COURTS OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SESSIONS MINUTES, Guilford County, NC:  February Term 1790
  • 54- NEW ONLINE DATABASE:  Digital Library on American Slavery
  • 58- Queries

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