Early Records of North Carolina, Volume II: Wills, Administrations, Inventories, Deeds 1677-1790


Wills were filed with the Secretary of State for North Carolina instead of with the Secretary of State. These papers were probates of wills and administrations of estates. Here are the authors reading of certain miscellaneous records from the Secretary of State’s papers. For the most part, these are lists of probates and of administrations turned in by the clerks of the extant counties. There are a number of complete inventories and other miscellaneous records.

Stephen E. Bradley, Jr.

(1992), 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 146 pp