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The county was formed in 1791 from the southern part of Dobbs County. It was named for William Lenoir (1751-1839), a general in the American Revolutionary War, who took part in the Battle of King’s Mountain. Source Wikipedia

Lenoir County NCGenweb

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Lenoir County Courthouse
PO Box 3289
County Courthouse
Kinston, NC 28502

Census

1850 Federal Census Index – by last name only

Tax Records

1780 Dobbs County Tax list (includes what became Lenoir County)

1844 Tax list

Cemeteries

USGS listing of cemeteries in Lenoir County

Cemetery Transcriptions

Query Forums

Lenoir County, NC Query Forum

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

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

dasaga on “Luther S. Kennedy”

Looking for any info on Luther S. Kennedy Bn: Abt 1833 Died: abt 1909 in Lenoir Cy.
Would welcome any info and willing to share info.

Sincerely
Sam Kennedy/Oklahoma




Barakabacca on “Andrews – Kinston”

Looking for relatives of Stanley Allen Andrews of Kinston, NC. Brothers Leo, Cecil, Fred. Sister Lottie.




Beamisskitty@wmconnect.com on “Adams, Cook, Ledbetter, Stout”

I am looking for anything on James Asa Adams, he married Jennie Cook, (Edward) Chesley Adams, he married Louisa Ledbetter, and Rosa Stout.




pamsheets on “Decendants of Nany Mae Garris or Raymond Hill”

Looking for family of Nany Mae Garris or Raymond Hill
She was around 23 in 1927 and living in Goldsboro NC. He was around 20 in 1927 and living in Kinston area.
Please contact pamsheets@ctc.net


Lenoir County, NC at Genforum

Cities and towns of Lenoir County:

Deep Run
Kinston (County Seat)
La Grange
Parkview
Pink Hill

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Protective vest donated to Lenoir County Sheriff’s Deputy K-9 – WITN


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Protective vest donated to Lenoir County Sheriff's Deputy K-9
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LENIOR COUNTY, N.C. (WITN) – A four-legged sheriff's deputy has a new protective uniform thanks to a donation from a non-profit group. Vested Interest in K-9's donated a bullet and stab protective vest to Lenoir County Sheriff's Deputy K-9 Talon. The




Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office K9 gets very own body armor – WITN – WITN


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Lenoir County Sheriff's Office K9 gets very own body armor – WITN
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Vested Interest in K9's donated a bullet and stab protective vest to Lenoir County sheriff's deputy K9 Talon.

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Lenoir County schools to implement a ‘Partnership Agreement’ – WNCT


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Lenoir County schools to implement a 'Partnership Agreement'
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LENOIR COUNTY, N.C. (WNCT) – Lenoir County Schools are working with multiple agencies on a plan to help their students with disciplinary actions in schools instead of within court systems. It's called “PACTS” or the Lenoir County Partnership Agreement




2 Lenoir County teens accused of killing pets, burning car – WTVD-TV


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2 Lenoir County teens accused of killing pets, burning car
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Authorities have accused two North Carolina teenagers of breaking into a home on Super Bowl Sunday, killing two pets and setting a vehicle on fire. The Lenoir County Sheriff's Office says it charged 18-year-old Jordan Alexis Ruiz and a 17-year-old girl
NC teens arrested for breaking into home, killing pets, other chargesWWAY NewsChannel 3
Two teens charged with killing pet birds after home break-inWITN
2 NC teen girls killed pets, then stole and burned a car, deputies sayWNCN
WNCT -New York Post -Daily Mail
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Doggie heat lamp being blamed for Lenoir County fire – WITN


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Doggie heat lamp being blamed for Lenoir County fire
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LENOIR COUNTY, NC (WITN) – A back porch heat lamp left on for a dog is being blamed for a fire that heavily damaged a Lenoir County home Wednesday morning. Firefighters were called to the home on Alphin Drive in Sandy Bottom around 8:15 a.m.. Chief

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