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1740-1800 Map of Moore County by Rassie Wicker
1740-1800 Map of Moore County by Rassie Wicker
 
 
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1747-1847 Map of Moore County by Rassie E. Wicker
1747-1847 Map of Moore County by Rassie E. Wicker
Map is retrospective to 1747-1847 shows military movements, 1776-1781, landowners, post offices, mills, schools, churches, cemeteries, and stores.  
 
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1770 Map of North Carolina by John Collet, J. Bayly and Samuel Hooper
1770 Map of North Carolina by John Collet, J. Bayly and Samuel Hooper
"A Compleat map of North-Carolina from an actual survey by John Collet, J. Bayly and Samuel Hooper"
For the purposes of highlighting Moore County I've focused the map in on the current Moore County region and annotated the Salem Road and the current locations of Carthage and Robbins.
 
 
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1782 Map of Cumberland County including present day Moore County
1782 Map of Cumberland County including present day Moore County
This 1782 map was prepared by an unidentified cartographer/surveyor, probably to accompany the 1784 petition to the General Assembly to create a new county from the northwest part of Cumberland County. The map portrays the boundaries of Cumberland County in 1782 and shows rivers and creeks, roads, residences of some individuals, and other landmarks. Four potential dividing lines are recorded on the map. The proposed line from Cole's Bridge on Drowning Creek to the Wake County line is the one adopted in the act creating Moore County in 1784. Portions of surrounding counties are also portrayed. 
 
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1808 Map of North Carolina by Jonathan Price and John Strother
1808 Map of North Carolina by Jonathan Price and John Strother
"First Actual Survey of North Carolina" by Jonathan Price and John Strother.
For the purposes of highlighting Moore County I've focused the map in on the current Moore County region. 
 
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1823 Map of the Road from Salem to Fayetteville by Randolph and Moore County Courthouses by Hamilton Fulton and Robert H.B. Brazier (This sheet details portions from Randolph line to Long Meadow Branch)
1823 Map of the Road from Salem to Fayetteville by Randolph and Moore County Courthouses by Hamilton Fulton and Robert H.B. Brazier (This sheet details portions from Randolph line to Long Meadow Branch)
 
 
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1823 Map of the Road from Salem to Fayetteville by Randolph and Moore County Courthouses by Hamilton Fulton and Robert H.B. Brazier (This sheet details portions from Richland Creek to Cumberland County line)
1823 Map of the Road from Salem to Fayetteville by Randolph and Moore County Courthouses by Hamilton Fulton and Robert H.B. Brazier (This sheet details portions from Richland Creek to Cumberland County line)
 
 
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1833 Map of North Carolina by Robert H.B. Brazier
1833 Map of North Carolina by Robert H.B. Brazier
"A new map of the State of North Carolina" by Robert H.B. Brazier"
I've focused the map in on the current Moore County region. 
 
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1839 Postal Map of Moore County, NC by Garland P. Stout
1839 Postal Map of Moore County, NC by Garland P. Stout
 
 
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1842 Map of the Town of Carthage
1842 Map of the Town of Carthage
 
 
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1849 Carthage Map
1849 Carthage Map
 
 
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1859-1860 Map of North Carolina by Charles Desilver
1859-1860 Map of North Carolina by Charles Desilver
I've focused the map in on the current Moore County region. 
 
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1863 Map of the Town of Carthage by H.B. Shields, M.D.
1863 Map of the Town of Carthage by H.B. Shields, M.D.
As printed in "Country Doctor" by H.B. Shields, M.D., published 1975 by Katherine Shields Melvin 
 
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1868 Township Map of Moore County, NC
1868 Township Map of Moore County, NC
 
 
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1879 Railroad and County Map of North Carolina by George F. Cram
1879 Railroad and County Map of North Carolina by George F. Cram
 
 
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1886 Township Map by Captain John Currie of Fayetteville, NC and assisted by Sheriff John L. Currie of Moore County, NC
1886 Township Map by Captain John Currie of Fayetteville, NC and assisted by Sheriff John L. Currie of Moore County, NC
 
 
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1886 Township Map by Captain John Currie of Fayetteville, NC and assisted by Sheriff John L. Currie of Moore County, NC (alternative version)
1886 Township Map by Captain John Currie of Fayetteville, NC and assisted by Sheriff John L. Currie of Moore County, NC (alternative version)
 
 
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1896 Postal Map of North Carolina by A. von Haake.
1896 Postal Map of North Carolina by A. von Haake.
 
 
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1903 Map of North Carolina by Rand McNally
1903 Map of North Carolina by Rand McNally
I've focused the map in on the current Moore County region. 
 
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1910s Map of Rural Delivery Routes of Moore County, NC
1910s Map of Rural Delivery Routes of Moore County, NC
 
 
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1911 Postal Map of North Carolina by Rand McNally
1911 Postal Map of North Carolina by Rand McNally
I've focused the map in on the current Moore County region. 
 
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1930 Road Survey Map of Moore County, NC
1930 Road Survey Map of Moore County, NC
 
 
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1936 Map of Moore County by Rassie Wicker Map
1936 Map of Moore County by Rassie Wicker Map
 
 
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Lauderdale County, AL Surveyor Map
Lauderdale County, AL Surveyor Map
Alabama Huntsville Meridian (Northern Part of Alabama) -- S and W R1 T1 - S and W R17 T22 [Courtesy of Ancestry.com] 
 
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Map of Ancel Melton land in Moore County, NC between Wet and Dry Creeks
Map of Ancel Melton land in Moore County, NC between Wet and Dry Creeks
Higlighted tracts include land granted to Ancel Melton in 1797 and land he purchased from Nathan Smith in 1786. The property was originally granted to Jesse Ritter in 1773. Ancel Melton's son James Melton is buried here. It is likely that a number of Melton family graves once existed here but currently James is the only one remaining.
 
 
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Map of Brittian Britt land in Moore County, NC on drains of Mill Creek and adjoining the Montgomery County Line
Map of Brittian Britt land in Moore County, NC on drains of Mill Creek and adjoining the Montgomery County Line
Highlighted tracts include Brittain Britt [YELLOW], sons Bryant and Zacheus [GREEN] and Father-in-Law Burrel Deaton [BLUE] 
 
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Map of Earliest Land Grants 1790-1800 of the Town of Carthage by Rassie E. Wicker
Map of Earliest Land Grants 1790-1800 of the Town of Carthage by Rassie E. Wicker
Call numbers - MC.195.C.326.1889ba and MC.195.C.326.1889bb 
 
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Map of Earliest Land Grants on Deep River 1747 including the House in the Horsehoe by Rassie E. Wicker
Map of Earliest Land Grants on Deep River 1747 including the House in the Horsehoe by Rassie E. Wicker
Map by Rassie E. Wicker from "A History of Moore County 1747-1847" by Blackwell P. Robinson 
 
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Map of Early Ritter Land Grants in Moore County, NC
Map of Early Ritter Land Grants in Moore County, NC
Tracts highlighted include Jesse Ritter, Sr. [GREEN], and sons: Thomas [YELLOW], John [LIGHT BLUE], Everett [RED] and Jesse, Jr. [PINK]. Grandsons: William [ORANGE], John R. [DARK BLUE], John T. [BLACK] and George [GRAY].  
 
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Map of Everet Wallace's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC
Map of Everet Wallace's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC
 
 
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Map of Furr lands in Moore County, NC on Flag Creek, Buffalo Creek and Long Meadow Branch
Map of Furr lands in Moore County, NC on Flag Creek, Buffalo Creek and Long Meadow Branch
Highlighted tracts include Leonard Furr Sr. [YELLOW], and his sons Leonard Furr Jr. [BLUE], and Jacob Furr [PURPLE]. The [+] symbol indicates the location of Leonard Furr Jr.'s tombstone in the Sowell Family Cemetery. 
 
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Map of George Hunsucker's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Wet Creek
Map of George Hunsucker's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Wet Creek
Highlighted tracts include lands grants to George Hunsucker and lands purchased from Nicholas Newton 
 
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Map of James Melton's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Meadow Branch
Map of James Melton's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Meadow Branch
Highlighted tracts include lands grants to James Melton Sr. [GREEN] and sons James, Jr. and Hiram [PURPLE]. Also denotes location of James Melton, Jr. Homeplace and burial location of James Melton Jr. and his wife's parents - George R. Horner and Priscilla Winslow. 
 
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Map of Jesse Brown's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Cabin and Bear Creeks
Map of Jesse Brown's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Cabin and Bear Creeks
Highlighted tracts include lands grants to Jesse Brown Sr. [PURPLE] and sons Thomas, Isaiah, Jesse Jr. [GREEN]. 
 
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Map of John 'Dutchman' Cagle and his brothers/descendants' neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Bear, Cabin, Flag and Buffalo Creeks
Map of John "Dutchman" Cagle and his brothers/descendants' neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Bear, Cabin, Flag and Buffalo Creeks
Highlighted tracts include land granted to or purchased by: John "Dutchman" Cagle [YELLOW], his brothers George Cagle, David Cagle and Charles Cagle [PURPLE]; John's sons: William Cagle, George Cagle and John Cagle [each a different shade of BLUE]; and John's grandsons [sons of George Cagle]: John Cagle and Isaac Cagle [GREEN] 
 
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Map of John Cockman's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC between Meadow Branch and McCallum's Fork
Map of John Cockman's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC between Meadow Branch and McCallum's Fork
Tracts highlighted include grants to Joseph Cockman [YELLOW], son John Cockman [GREEN] and grandsons David Cockman [BLUE] Michael Cockman [BLUE] and Sampson Cockman [PURPLE]. Joseph Cockman's son-in-law Solomon Brewer [BLUE] is also higlighted as is land purchased by John Cockman from Jesse & Richard Upton [GREEN]  
 
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Map of John Morgan's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Cabin and Mill creeks
Map of John Morgan's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Cabin and Mill creeks
Highlighted tracts are lands granted to John Morgan 
 
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Map of John Sheffield's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Bear and Wolf Creeks
Map of John Sheffield's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Bear and Wolf Creeks
Highlighted tracts include grants to John Sheffield, Sr.[BLUE], John Sheffield, Jr. and III[GREEN] and Isham Sheffield[YELLOW]. 
 
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Map of Land Grants along Grassy Creek in Moore County, NC
Map of Land Grants along Grassy Creek in Moore County, NC
 
 
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Map of Matthew Williams' Neighborhood in Moore County, NC at the Robbins Crossroads
Map of Matthew Williams' Neighborhood in Moore County, NC at the Robbins Crossroads
Highlighted tracts include land Matthew Williams' land deeded to sons Henry Williams, John Spanker Williams and son-in-law Monroe Carroll. 
 
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Map of Nicholas Newton's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Wet and Dry Creeks
Map of Nicholas Newton's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Wet and Dry Creeks
Highlighted tracts include lands grants to Nicholas Newton and wife Meloney Newton. 
 
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Map of the Robbins Crossroads and Flint Hill Church Area in Moore County, NC
Map of the Robbins Crossroads and Flint Hill Church Area in Moore County, NC
 
 
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Map of upper Moore County [South of Robbins] prior to 1780
Map of upper Moore County [South of Robbins] prior to 1780
Highlighted tracts include lands owned by the Smith family. 
 
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Map of William Maness' neighborhood on Bear Creek just north of Robbins
Map of William Maness' neighborhood on Bear Creek just north of Robbins
Tracts highlighted include Revolutionary War Soldier William Maness or his father William [YELLOW], sons James, Shadrach, Meshack and Abednego [PURPLE], Grandson Isaac [BLUE] and close relative Ambrose [ORANGE]. "X" denotes the location of the William Maness family cemetery. 
 
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Map of William Smith and his descendants' neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Cabin and Wet Creeks
Map of William Smith and his descendants' neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Cabin and Wet Creeks
Highlighted tracts include William Smith [YELLOW], son Nathan Smith [DARK GREEN], Nathan's sons Isaac [LIGHT BLUE], Joseph [DARK BLUE], Isham [PURPLE]. Everet [LIGHT GREEN], and son-in-law Hardy Sanders [BROWN]  
 
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Map of William Smith lands on Cabin and Flag Creeks
Map of William Smith lands on Cabin and Flag Creeks
Highlighted tracts to show probable relationship between two William Smith 
 
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Map of William Wright's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Wolf Creek
Map of William Wright's Neighborhood in Moore County, NC on Wolf Creek
Highlighted tracts include grants to William Wright, Sr. [PURPLE], grandson William Wright [YELLOW] and land William Wright Sr. purchased from George Brazel [GREEN]