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The county was formed in 1836 from Rowan County. It was named for William R. Davie, Governor of North Carolina from 1798 to 1799. Source Wikipedia

Davie County NCGenweb site

Davie County Historical & Genealogical Society
371 N. Main Street
Mocksville, NC 27028

Cooleemee Historical Association
P.O. Box 667
Cooleemee, NC 27014

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Davie County Courthouse
123 S Main St
County Administration Building
Mocksville, NC 27028

Census

1850 Federal Census Index (web)

1850 Federal Census Index (text with names and ages)

Cemeteries

USGS listing of cemeteries in Davie County

Cemetery Transcriptions

Query Forums

Davie County, NC Query Forum

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

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shultzbm on “Waller and Bailey families”

Looking for a sister of my mother’s. My mother has not seen her sister, Dorothy Bailey in more than 20 years.

These families was from Davie County, NC.

Looking for relatives of Noah B. Bailey.

Looking for relatives of Mary Waller Bailey.

Noah and Mary married and had several children (Jack, Lewis, Anne, Rosie, Nancy)




shultzbm on “barney/myers family geanology”

Looking for members of the Barney/Myers families from Davie County.




Pat Chandler on “Emerson/Emmerson/Emberson”

Looking for info on Silas Emerson – family may have been Emberson or Emmerson originally.
Silas was born 1808 and married Sarah Cartner. He was my ggggrandfather.
Thanks, Pat (Emerson) Chandler




mkwiseman on “Wiseman family”

Looking for info on the Wisemans (African American) in Davie County. Joseph Franklin Wiseman (b. abt 1883) married to Willie Virginia Allen (b. abt 1894). Joseph’s parents were Sandy (b. abt 1834) and Sarah Hargrove (b . abt 1838)


Davie County, NC at Genforum

Cities and towns of Davie County:

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Bermuda Run
Bixby
Cooleemee
Farmington
Fork
Hillsdale
Mocksville (County Seat)
Redland

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Barrett seeks first full term in NC Senate – Davie Enterprise Record


Davie Enterprise Record
Barrett seeks first full term in NC Senate
Davie Enterprise Record
Recognized as one of the leading employment law attorneys in the state, Barrett has fought to eliminate unnecessary regulations on small businesses. Due to his past service as a county commissioner, Barrett understands and has been an effective

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Bert Bahnson’s 1-Man Battle To Save Us – Davie Enterprise Record


Davie Enterprise Record
Bert Bahnson's 1-Man Battle To Save Us
Davie Enterprise Record
His independent, unconventional ways offended those raised in a stuffy, conformist culture, and he didn't care. He warned people with delicate noses not to build houses beside farms. He mocked people who built beside the Farmington Drag Strip only to




Bert Bahnson lived life on his own terms – Winston-Salem Journal


Winston-Salem Journal
Bert Bahnson lived life on his own terms
Winston-Salem Journal
She also remembered Bahnson for tricking his neighbors in eastern Davie County, back when there were few businesses around. “He'd do things like put up a sign saying McDonald's was coming soon, just to toy with you,” Simpson said. Bahnson lived on a




Sheriff’s race heats up as filing begins – Davie Enterprise Record

Sheriff's race heats up as filing begins
Davie Enterprise Record
Three Republican candidates for sheriff of Davie County joined other potential office holders as filing opened at noon Monday at the Davie County Board of Elections. Mark Howell, J.D. Hartman and Mitch Whitener all filed for sheriff. Also on hand as




DEQ chief talks offshore drilling strategy with local leaders – The Outer Banks Voice

DEQ chief talks offshore drilling strategy with local leaders
The Outer Banks Voice
Both U.S. senators Richard Burr and Thom Tillis, and Reps. George Holding of Raleigh, David Rouzer of Johnston County, Ted Budd of Davie County, Robert Pittenger of Charlotte, Richard Hudson of Concord and Mark Walker of Greensboro have been open about


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