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Volume 36, No. 3    Fall, 2009    Issue No. 126

  • 2- CHURCH AND STATE: Pre-Revolution Guilford County
  • 13- Confederate Soldier Recalls the War’s End in Greensboro
  • 15- WEBSITE REVIEW: Digital Forsyth
  • 17- New Books
  • 20- Dolley Payne Madison
  • 23- Assassination of John Walter Stephens
  • 34- Crouch-Idol Family Bible Records
  • 38- Guilford County Militia Records, 1806-1816
  • 61- Queries

Volume 36, No. 4    Winter, 2009    Issue No. 127

  • 2- Christmas in Early American Newspapers
  • 13- WEBSITE REVIEW:   Greensboro’s Treasured Past
  • 15- New Books
  • 18- Baker-Busick Family and Bruce Family Bible Records
  • 23- Guilford County Militia Records, 1817-1825
  • 39- William Byrd’s North Carolina Expedition
  • 61- Queries

Volume 37, No. 1    Spring, 2010    Issue No. 128

  • 2- An Account of Greensboro at the End of the  Civil War
  • 7- The Guilford County Area in 1841
  • 16- Notable African-Americans in 1915 from the Guilford Area
  • 27- BOOK REVIEWS
  • 29- WEBSITE REVIEW:   Digital Collections at Joyner Library (ECU)
  • 31- NEW BOOKS
  • 34- Enos Addison and Eunice Frazier Blair Family Bible Records
  • 38- Coming Home from Greensboro after the Confederate Surrender
  • 52- Guilford County Militia Records, 1827-1836
  • 65- Queries

Volume 37, No. 2    Summer, 2010    Issue No. 129

  • 2- A Plausible Ancestry of George Hodgson, Piedmont Pioneer
  • 14- Notable Members of the Worth Family
  • 37- Guilford County’s Courthouse Square on Trial
  • 47- WEBSITE REVIEW:  Digital North Carolina Newspaper Digitization Project
  • 49- NEW BOOKS
  • 51- Guilford County Militia Records, 1838-1844
  • 66- Queries

Volume 37, No. 3    Fall, 2010    Issue No. 130

  • 2- The Mystery of “Cousinship” Answered
  • 4- High Point City Directory, 1902; A-F
  • 19- News from the State Archives
  • 20- Notable Nineteenth Century Citizens of Guilford
  • 30- WEBSITE REVIEW: The National Archives
  • 31- NEW BOOKS
  • 34- Guilford County Militia Records, 1845-1854
  • 55- Boone & Fish Family Bible Records
  • 58- Queries

Volume 37, No. 4    Winter, 2010    Issue No. 131

  • 2- St. Agnes Church, Greensboro’s First Catholic House of Worship
  • 6- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part I
  • 19- High Point City Directory, 1902; G-N
  • 37- Book Reviews
  • 38- The Lindsays of Virginia and North Carolina
  • 53- WEBSITE REVIEW:  Flickr:  Veterans of the American Civil War
  • 55- NEW BOOKS
  • 58- David Beaumont Roberts (1883 – 1967) of Connecticut

Volume 38, No. 1    Spring, 2011    Issue No. 132

  • 2- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part 2
  • 22- High Point City Directory, 1902; O-Z
  • 50- Stratford v. City of Greensboro
  • 57- WEBSITE REVIEW:   North Carolina Civil War Sesquicentennial
  • 59- NEW BOOKS
  • 62- QUERIES
  • 62- EDITOR’S NOTE

Volume 38, No. 2    Summer, 2011    Issue No. 133

  • 3- EDITOR’S NOTE  
  • 2- Southern Claims Commission in Guilford County, Part 1
  • 11- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part 3
  • 37- The Colonial Duff’s of Guilford County 1768-1788
  • 41- ABSTRACTS OF SELECT ESTATE RECORDS from the Files of the High Point Public Library
  • 57- Part I: ADAMS to ANDREWS Virginia Sesquicentennial Commemoration of the American  Civil War
  • 58- NEW BOOKS
  • 61- QUERIES

Volume 38, No. 3    Fall, 2011    Issue No. 134

  • 2- From the Guilford County Genealogy Society Board of Directors
  • 3- Southern Claims Commission in Guilford County, Part 2
  • 11- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part 4
  • 25- Where They Went?
  • 47- Book Reviews
  • 48- ABSTRACTS OF SELECT ESTATE RECORDS …
  • 59- Part II: ANTHONY to ARMFIELDNew Books
  • 62- QUERIES

Volume 38, No. 4    Winter, 2011    Issue No. 135

  • 2- From the Guilford County Genealogy Society Board of Directors
  • 3- Southern Claims Commission in Guilford County, Part 3
  • 34- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part 5
  • 47- ABSTRACTS OF SELECT ESTATE RECORDS …Part III: BANE to BEESON
  • 59- New Books
  • 62- QUERIES

Volume 39, No. 1    Spring, 2012    Issue No. 136

  • 2- Edgeworth Female Seminary Catalogue, 1853-1854
  • 10- An Account of Guilford County during Reconstruction
  • 16- Southern Claims Commission in Guilford County, Part 4
  • 47- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part 6
  • 59- Confederate Amnesty Papers, Part 1
  • 63- New Books
  • 65- QUERIES

Volume 39, No. 2    Summer, 2012    Issue No. 137

  • 2-Buffalo Presbyterian Church Session Records, Greensboro, NC
  • 26- ABSTRACTS OF SELECT ESTATE RECORDS …
  • 38- Part IV:  Bell to BevillSouthern Claims Commission in Guilford County, Part 5
  • 54- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part 7

Volume 39, No. 3    Fall, 2012    Issue No. 138

  • 2- ABSTRACTS OF SELECT ESTATE RECORDS …
  • 14- Part V: Bishop to BoylesSouthern Claims Commission in Guilford County, Part 6
  • 47- BOOK REVIEW
  • 48- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part 8

Volume 39, No. 4    Winter, 2012    Issue No. 139

  • 2- My Reminiscences of the War for American Independence
  • 7- The Connelly Family and Its Revolutionary Roots
  • 26- Lineage of the Connelley Family
  • 31- William Pugh Ragan, Prominent High Point Citizen
  • 35- Southern Claims Commission in Guilford County, Part 7
  • 55- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part 9

Volume 40, No. 1    Spring, 2013    Issue No. 140

  • 2- The North Carolina Manumission Society
  • 6- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part 8
  • 20- The Gold Brick Case in Greensboro, 1901
  • 46- Guilford County Ancestors of Tippecanoe County, Indiana
  • 61- NEW BOOKS

Volume 40, No. 2    Summer, 2013    Issue No. 141

  • 2- Southern Claims Commission in Guilford County, Part 8
  • 35- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part 11
  • 58- A Greensboro Court Case of Equity, 1843
  • 62- NEW BOOKS

Volume 40, No. 3    Fall, 2013    Issue No. 142

  • 2- Southern Claims Commission in Guilford County, Part 9
  • 20- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part 12
  • 50- Where They Went? II
  • 63- NEW BOOKS

Volume 40, No. 4    Winter, 2013    Issue No. 143

  • 2- ABSTRACTS OF SELECT ESTATE RECORDS …
  • 19- Part VI: Bradshaw to BrownSouthern Claims Commission in Guilford County, Part 10
  • 35- BOOK REVIEW
  • 36- The Wayside Hospital Registry in High Point, Part 13:   FINAL EDITION
  • 57- Guilford Women During the Civil War
  • 61- NEW BOOKS

Volume 41, No. 1    Spring, 2014    Issue No. 144

  • 2- Map of Greensboro, North Carolina, 1879
  • 11- Southern Claims Commission in Guilford County, Part 11
  • 29- BOOK REVIEW: Letters Home by Bradley R. Foley
  • 31- The Ancestors of Joseph Bond
  • 62- NEW BOOKS

Volume 41, No. 2    Summer, 2014    Issue No. 145

  • 2- Traveling the Great Wagon Road
  • 8- Conscripting Quakers in North Carolina
  • 12- ABSTRACTS OF SELECT ESTATE RECORDS… Part VII: Browning to Campbell
  • 26- Descendants of Boston Gerringer
  • 33- NEW BOOKS
  • 36- Descendants of George Williams
  • 60- QUERIES

Volume 41, No. 3    Fall, 2014    Issue No. 146

  • 2- In Memoriam
  • 3- Putting County’s Slave Trade On Display
  • 7- Slave Notices Appearing in the Greensborough Patriot, 1826-1839
  • 45- NEW BOOKS
  • 48- Southern Claims Commission in Guilford County, Part 12

Volume 41, No. 4    Winter, 2014    Issue No. 147

  • 2- Slave Notices Appearing in the Greensborough Patriot, 1842-1844
  • 28- BOOK REVIEW:  Abstracts of Deeds Guilford Co., NC (Books 37 and 38)
  • 29- NEW BOOKS
  • 32- Greensboro First Presbyterian Church Directory, 1906
  • 63- QUERIES

Volume 42, No. 1    Spring, 2015    Issue No. 148

  • 2- Slave Notices Appearing in the Greensborough Patriot,  1841, 1845-1847
  • 46- Graves of Confederate Veterans Buried in High Point
  • 52- NEW BOOKS
  • 55- Whitsett Institute, Guilford County, 1897-1898
  • 67- QUERIES

Volume 42, No. 2    Summer, 2015    Issue No. 149

  • 2- Slave Notices Appearing in the Greensborough  Patriot, 1848-1849
  • 28- The Emancipation of David Patterson of Guilford County
  • 30- NEW BOOKS
  • 33- Catalogue of Jamestown Public High School, 1915-1916
  • 54- The Will of James McAdow of Guilford  County, 1793
  • 56- Bible Records of the Hunts of Guilford County
  • 60- QUERIES

Volume 42, No. 3    Fall, 2015    Issue No. 150

  • 2- !!IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT!!
  • 3- Where They Went? III
  • 31- Miscellaneous Wills of Guilford Residents
  • 35- Slave Notices Appearing in the Greensborough  Patriot, 1850-1852
  • 68- QUERIES