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The county was formed January 30, 1872, from the northeastern part of Cherokee County. It was named for William A. Graham, United States Senator from North Carolina (1840-1843) and Governor of North Carolina (1845-1849). Source Wikipedia

Graham County NCGenweb site

Old Buncombe County Genealogical Society, Inc.
P.O. Box 2122
Asheville, NC 28802
(covers Buncombe, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, Macon, Madison, Swain, and Transylvania Counties)

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Graham County Courthouse
PO Box 575
County Courthouse
Robbinsville, NC 28771

Census

1880 Federal Census Images Directory opens to listing of image files by page number

1880 Federal Census Transcription (Partial?) Directory opens to listing of text files by page number

1900 Federal Census Images Directory opens to listing of image files by page number

1900 Federal Census Transcription Directory opens to listing of text files by page number

Cemeteries

USGS listing of cemeteries in Graham County

Cemetery Transcriptions

Query Forums

Graham County, NC Query Forum

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deborahwshull on “Wakefield Cemetery”

Does anyone have direction to the Wakefield Cemetery near Robbinsville? Is it accesssible?
Thank you.


Graham County, NC at Genforum

Cities and towns of Graham County:

Fontana Dam
Robbinsville (County Seat)
Tapoco

News related to Graham County, NC

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Where to make the eclipse a mountaintop experience – Asheville Citizen-Times


Asheville Citizen-Times
Where to make the eclipse a mountaintop experience
Asheville Citizen-Times
ROBBINSVILLE – There are a lot of wild places in Western North Carolina where, with no artificial lights around, it will get plenty dark during Monday's eclipse. But, they don't call the Appalachian Trail, which winds through many of those remote areas




What’s mowing on here – The Cherokee Scout

What's mowing on here
The Cherokee Scout
Gary Chamberlain, coordinator of the N.C. Litter-free Coalition, picked up several bags of trash Friday from only a short stretch of U.S. 74 East in Murphy. He echoed Archer's comments about safety, especially for volunteers working with the Adopt-a




Director didn’t get discipline – Grahamstar

Director didn't get discipline
Grahamstar
When is a suspension not a disciplinary action? When the suspended party receives two weeks off with pay while the suspender attempts to determine if disciplinary action is warranted. At least that's what happened with former Graham County Health




Dr. Sanjay joins pioneer dentist Patrick J. Kelley – Grahamstar


Grahamstar
Dr. Sanjay joins pioneer dentist Patrick J. Kelley
Grahamstar
Sanjay Talluri wanted to be an astronaut until a friend's father steered the kid into a different universe. “He showed me that dentists can volunteer a lot of services for the people that need it,” recalled the 31-year North Carolina School of Science




Solar Eclipse Takes Place Monday, Aug. 21: Tips for Viewing, Safety Measures & Traffic Impact – High Country Press


High Country Press
Solar Eclipse Takes Place Monday, Aug. 21: Tips for Viewing, Safety Measures & Traffic Impact
High Country Press
It's projected that most of North Carolina will see a partial eclipse of 90 percent totality or more. Several counties in … Join Graham County at the Stecoah Valley Center for a once-in-a-lifetime experience from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 21
Reputable Vendors of Solar Filters & Viewers | Solar Eclipse Across America – August 21, 2017American Astronomical Society

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Camden suspends fewer students – The Daily Advance


The Daily Advance
Camden suspends fewer students
The Daily Advance
The Camden County Schools, Dare County Schools and Roanoke Rapids City Schools were the only school districts in northeastern North Carolina with short-term suspension rates below 10 per 100 students. The lowest rate in the state was in the Lexington


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