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Cumberland County Genealogy

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The county was formed in 1754 from Bladen County. It was named for Prince William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland (1721-1765), captain-general of the British army and victorious commander at the Battle of Culloden.

In 1771 parts of Cumberland County, Johnston County, and Orange County were combined to form Wake County. In July 1784 the western part of Cumberland County became Moore County; the eastern part became Fayette County in honor of the Marquis de la Fayette, but the name Cumberland County was restored three months later. In 1855 the northern part of Cumberland County became Harnett County. Finally, in 1911 parts of Cumberland County and Robeson County were combined to form Hoke County. Source Wikipedia

Cumberland County NCGenweb site

Cumberland County Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 53299
Fayetteville, NC 28305

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Cumberland County Courthouse
PO Box 1829
County Courthouse
Fayetteville, NC 28302

Census

1790 Federal Census transcription – indexed by last name

1790 Federal Census transcription – Fayette district

1790 Federal Census transcription – Fayetteville town

1820 Federal Census transcription – not including Fayetteville town
1820 Federal Census transcription – Fayetteville town

Tax Records

1787 list of taxables – Capt. Moon’s District

1804 List of taxables

1815 Fayetteville list of Taxables

1857 Misc. tax list

Military Records

1770 list of officers Cumberland Militia

Cumberland County Soldiers of the War of 1812

Cemeteries

USGS listing of cemeteries in Cumberland County

Cemetery Transcriptions

Query Forums

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Cities and towns of Cumberland County:

Bonnie Doone
Cumberland
East Fayetteville
Eastover
Eutaw
Falcon
Fay
Fayetteville (County Seat)
Fort Bragg
Godwin
Haymount
Hope Mills
Lafayette
Lakedale
Linden
Olde Farm
Ponderosa
Pope Air Force Base
Spring Lake
Stedman
Vander
Wade

News related to Cumberland County, NC

“”cumberland county” nc” – Google News

Company announces $2.3M investment, 60 jobs for Cumberland County – The Fayetteville Observer

Company announces $2.3M investment, 60 jobs for Cumberland County  The Fayetteville Observer

E-N-G Mobile Systems LLC, a designer and manufacturer of specialized vehicles, is investing $2.3 million in a new facility in Cumberland County and creating …




Specialty Vehicle Manufacturer Chooses Cumberland County for First East Coast Location – NC Dept of Commerce

Specialty Vehicle Manufacturer Chooses Cumberland County for First East Coast Location  NC Dept of Commerce

E-N-G Mobile Systems, LLC, a designer and manufacturer of specialized vehicles, will create 60 jobs as it locates its first East Coast operations in Cumberland …




Cumberland County is Giving Out Free Mosquito Prevention – Spectrum News

Cumberland County is Giving Out Free Mosquito Prevention  Spectrum News

The county is giving out two-month supplies of mosquito dunks.




Photos: PHOTOS: Fayetteville area shelter dogs for adoption – The Fayetteville Observer

Photos: PHOTOS: Fayetteville area shelter dogs for adoption  The Fayetteville Observer

These dogs and puppies at the Cumberland and Harnett County animal shelters are looking for a home. See cats available for adoption in a separate slideshow.




Cumberland County judge April M. Smith reprimanded – The Fayetteville Observer

Cumberland County judge April M. Smith reprimanded  The Fayetteville Observer

Smith’s behavior created a perception that her job was less important than personal appointments “such as for hair and nail salon visits,” a ruling says. The North …




Driver blacks out, crashes into Cumberland County town hall at 80 mph – WRAL.com

Driver blacks out, crashes into Cumberland County town hall at 80 mph  WRAL.com

A driver said he blacked out after reacting to something he drank before crashing into the Falcon town hall Wednesday night.


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