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Camden County Genealogy

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The county was formed in 1777 from the northeastern part of Pasquotank County. It was named for Charles Pratt, 1st Lord Camden, who had opposed the Stamp Act. The county is the site of the southern terminus of the Dismal Swamp Canal and was the location of the Battle of South Mills on April 19, 1862 during the American Civil War. Source Wikipedia

Camden County NCGenweb Site

Albemarle Genealogical Society, Inc.
P.O. Box 87
Currituck, NC 27929
(covers Camden, Currituck, and Dare Counties)

Camden County Historical Society
Camden, NC 27921

Family Research Society of Northeastern NC
P.O. Box 1425
Elizabeth City, NC 27906-1425

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Camden County Courthouse
117 North NC 343
County Courthouse
Camden, NC 27921

Census

1790 Federal Census transcription – Edenton District

Cemeteries

Cemetery Transcriptions – Link is to a folder of Camden County Cemetery Transcriptions – about 4 listed as text files.

Query Forums

Camden County, NC Query Forum

Latest North Carolina Genealogy Query posts for Camden County from the Forum:

North Carolina Genealogy Forum: Forum: Camden County NC Genealogy Queries – Recent Topics

JuliePatrickClark on “Patrick genealogy, South Mills NC”

Looking for info on the Patrick family of South Mills, NC. My father was Joseph Raymond Patrick. His mother was Joeanna Patrick (Spruill). His grandparents were Joseph W Patrick and Lizzie (Elizabeth?) Copeland.




Julie Patrick Clark on “Patricks, South Mills”

Anyone here related to the Patricks from South Mills NC? My great-grandfather was Joseph Walter Patrick. His daughter Joeanna Patrick (Spruill) was my paternal grandmother. My father was Joseph Raymond Patrick.


Camden County, NC at Genforum

Cities and towns of Camden County:

Camden (County Seat)
Shiloh
South Mills

News related to Camden County, NC

“camden county” nc – Google News

60 rabbits slaughtered on local NC farm – WAVY-TV


WAVY-TV
60 rabbits slaughtered on local NC farm
WAVY-TV
CAMDEN COUNTY, N.C. (WAVY) — Dozens of pedigree grade rabbits have been killed on a Camden County farm, leaving their owner bankrupt. “It's ruined me. It has ruined me,” Crystal Pavlunenko said. Two years ago, Pavlunenko decided to go into the …

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Camden County home total loss after fire sparks overnight – WAVY-TV


WAVY-TV
Camden County home total loss after fire sparks overnight
WAVY-TV
CAMDEN COUNTY, N.C. (WAVY) — Firefighters say a home in Camden County is a total loss after a fire sparked overnight. Camden County Fire Marshal Barry Overman tells WAVY.com crews got the call of a fire at a two-story home on Bartlett's Landing, …




Craven residents are 10th most insured in NC, study finds – New Bern Sun Journal

Craven residents are 10th most insured in NC, study finds
New Bern Sun Journal
Leading the list of most insured N.C. counties was Camden County, a rural county east of Elizabeth City on the Virginia border. Its overall coverage score was 90.54 percent, the company found. At No. 2 was Davie County, while Onslow County ranked No. 3.




Love of outdoors drew ranger to law enforcement – Amarillo.com


Amarillo.com
Love of outdoors drew ranger to law enforcement
Amarillo.com
In 2014, Brady was named Officer of the Year by the South Atlantic Fishery Management Council, a multistate advisory group that helps National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration manage federal fisheries from Florida to North Carolina. … It is not




Winter Wells Fargo Cup standings announced – Asheville Citizen-Times


Asheville Citizen-Times
Winter Wells Fargo Cup standings announced
Asheville Citizen-Times
The NCHSAA has announced its statewide Wachovia Cup conference standings, including those for Western North Carolina leagues. More from the NCHSAA: Wells Fargo, along with the North Carolina High School Athletic Association, today announced the …

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Five Minutes with… James Argent – News & Observer


News & Observer
Five Minutes with… James Argent
News & Observer
Was it something you were always interested in? A: “I was born and raised in northeastern North Carolina in a very small town called South Mills, in Camden County. I graduated high school in 1988 and there were less than 90 people in my graduating class.


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