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East Carolina Roots: “This website is dedicated to bringing together the descendants of the first families of eastern North Carolina.” East Carolina Roots provides genealogical data that covers the following counties: Beaufort, Carteret, Craven, Currituck, Dare, Hyde, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow, Pamlico, and Pitt. Links to each county provide excellent bibliographic information relating to local resources.

The Genealogy Starter Kit

For those who are just getting started in researching their family history, the North Carolina Room has created a Genealogy Starter Kit. You can pick up a free copy from the North Carolina Room or …

Traditionally, genealogists work their way back through time. We start with what or who we know and work our way back connecting generation to generation. Sometimes, we hit a brick wall when we cannot find our ancestors or their parents anywhere. What then? Have you ever considered using reverse genealogy to find the answer? Reverse …

Great for tracking the travels and movements of a family lineage, this U.S. migration chart can be customized by person and color. Free to download and print

Order of First Families of North Carolina - Registry of Ancestors Vol. I by John Brayton - "Membership in the distinguished Order of the First Families of North Carolina requires having an ancestor who lived in North Carolina before it became a royal colony on July 12, 1729. [This work]--the first in a series (see also Volume 2: The Descendants of John (d. 1692) and Thomas Williams (D. 1693) of Isle of Wight County)--proposes to describe the genealogy of the organization's qualifying…