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Pamlico County Genealogy

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Pamlico County is a county located in the U.S. state of North Carolina. As of 2006, the population is 13,097 . Its county seat is Bayboro.

Pamlico County is part of the New Bern, North Carolina, Micropolitan Statistical Area.

The county was formed in 1872 from parts of Beaufort County and Craven County. It was named for Pamlico Sound, which adjoins it. Pamlico County remains rural in character and flavor, although the last decade has brought a good deal of residential development, largely the result of northern retirees and investors attracted to the many miles of waterfront property. The county is anchored on the east by the village of Oriental, a popular waystation for boaters traveling the Intra-Coastal Waterway, and New Bern (just across the border in Craven County) to the west. New Bern is “the primary trade area” for Pamlico County.

Source: Wikipedia.

Pamlico County Genealogy Resources

Pamlico County – Trails to the Past Genealogy Project

Pamlico County NCGenweb

Pamlico County NCGenWeb Archives

Pamlico County Historical Association
Street Address: 10628 NC55 Highway, Grantsboro, NC 28529
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 33, Grantsboro, NC 28529
Telephone: 252 745 2239
Pamlico Family History Center and Research Library (on same site)

Pamlico County Visitors Center – run by Historical Association
Street Address: 10642 NC55 Highway, Grantsboro, NC 28529
Telephone: 252-745-2239

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Pamlico County Government

Pamlico County Government – official site
County of Pamlico
P.O. Box 776
Bayboro NC 28515

Pamlico County Register of Deeds office
252-745-4421.

Pamlico County Library
603 Main Street
Bayboro, NC 28515
Phone (252) 745-3515
Fax (252) 745-3847
email: pamlicolibrary@hotmail.com

Census

1880 Federal Census Transcription ED104

Cemeteries

USGS listing of cemeteries in Pamlico County

Cemetery Transcriptions

Pamlico County Cemetery Transcriptions

Query Forums

Pamlico County, NC Query Forum

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Cities and Towns of Pamlico County

* Alliance
* Arapahoe
* Bayboro
* Grantsboro
* Mesic
* Minnesott Beach
* Oriental
* Stonewall
* Vandemere
* Maribel
* Florence
* Merritt
* Reelsboro
* Hobucken
* Lowland
* Olympia

News related to Pamlico County, NC

“”pamlico county” nc” – Google News

Two arrested on drug charges in Pamlico County – WITN

Two arrested on drug charges in Pamlico County  WITN

The Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office arrested two men on drug charges following a traffic stop Friday.




Pamlico sets rabies clinic – New Bern Sun Journal

Pamlico sets rabies clinic  New Bern Sun Journal

BAYBORO — If you live in Pamlico County and your pet hasn’t been microchipped or rabies vaccinated, here’s your chance.Pamlico Animal Control officer …




300 animals removed in Dover raid – New Bern Sun Journal

300 animals removed in Dover raid  New Bern Sun Journal

DOVER—In a second animal raid within a week, Craven County animal control, assisted by the Craven County Sheriff’s department, raided a rural home to …




I-Team: Dozens of NC counties sue Big Pharma over opioid crisis – WTVD-TV

I-Team: Dozens of NC counties sue Big Pharma over opioid crisis  WTVD-TV

JONES COUNTY, N.C. (WTVD) — Dozens of North Carolina county governments are suing major pharmaceutical companies in federal court, blaming them for …




Photos: Authorities take nearly 300 animals from illegal breeding site – Jacksonville Daily News

Photos: Authorities take nearly 300 animals from illegal breeding site  Jacksonville Daily News

Craven animal control, with aid of numerous rescue and law enforcement, take nearly 300 animals from illegal breeding site in Dover. [1/22]. A dog watches as …




April 11 Obituaries of the Swannanoa Valley – Black Mountain News

April 11 Obituaries of the Swannanoa Valley  Black Mountain News

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