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Perquimans County is a county located in the U.S. state of North Carolina. As of 2000, the population is 11,368. Its county seat is Hertford. Perquimans County is the home of Baseball Hall of Famer Jim “Catfish” Hunter and Harvey Point Defense Testing Activity facility.

Perquimans County is part of the Elizabeth City, North Carolina, Micropolitan Statistical Area.

Source: Wikipedia

Perquimans County Genealogy Resources

Perquimans County at Rootsweb

Perquimans County NCGenWeb

Perquimans County NCGenWeb Archives

Perquimans County Genealogy – Trails to the Past Site

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Perquimans County Government

Perquimans County Government Official Site
P.O. Box 45
Hertford, NC 27944
(252) 426-8484

Pettigrew Memorial Library – Serving Perquimans, Chowan, Tyrell and Washington Counties
201 East Third Street
Plymouth, NC 27962

Perquimans County Library
110 West Academy Street
Hertford, NC 27944
Phone: (252) 426-5319
Fax: (252) 426-1556

Census

1790 Federal Census Transcription – Edenton District

1850 Federal Census Transcription – folder of text files – text files are named by page number

1880 Federal Census Index – two files for the index.

1880 Federal Census Transcription – Enumeration District 118

Cemeteries

USGS listing of cemeteries in Perquimans County

Cemetery Transcriptions

Perquimans County Cemetery Census

Query Forums

Perquimans County, NC Query Forum

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Perquimans County, NC at Genforum

Cities and Towns of Perquimans County

* Hertford
* Winfall

Unincorporated Communities:

* Belvidere

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3 people injured in Hertford shooting – WAVY-TV

3 people injured in Hertford shooting
WAVY-TV
PERQUIMANS COUNTY, N.C. (WAVY) — Three people were hurt in a shooting Wednesday night in Hertford. Officers were called to the area of Wynne Fork Court around 9:45 p.m. for a report of shots fired. Police responded and found two people with …

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Nobody asked for this wind moratorium – News & Observer


News & Observer
Nobody asked for this wind moratorium
News & Observer
Instead of solving a nonexistent problem, what this moratorium actually does is jeopardize private investment in rural areas of North Carolina, places that need help the most. Because of the Amazon wind farm, Pasquotank and Perquimans County combined …




Let’s get personnel: How Buncombe County employee salaries compare to state averages – Mountain Xpress


Mountain Xpress
Let's get personnel: How Buncombe County employee salaries compare to state averages
Mountain Xpress
Mecklenburg County, North Carolina's largest county, paid its county manager $298,870. Tyrrell County, the state's smallest county, paid its county manager $85,000. The lowest reported county manager salary was Perquimans County's salary of $37,576.




Two men to go on trial in September for murder of teen – The Daily Advance

Two men to go on trial in September for murder of teen
The Daily Advance
CAMDEN — A trial is set for this fall for two Perquimans County men charged with murder in the fatal shooting of an Elizabeth City teen at Camden Causeway Park nearly two years ago. Judge Jerry Tillett has set the week of Sept. 11 for the start of the




North Carolina’s last-minute wind moratorium called “unnecessary” – Triangle Business Journal


Triangle Business Journal
North Carolina's last-minute wind moratorium called "unnecessary"
Triangle Business Journal
But the moratorium is just the latest challenge. Some of the tract's neighbors spoke out at public hearings, worried about the aesthetics of the turbines and their impact on property values. Those concerns led commissioners in Perquimans County to
Wind energy sent to time-out for 18 months, HB 589 heads to Gov. Cooper's deskThe Progressive Pulse

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