1 edition of Orange County, North Carolina taxpayers, 1784-1793. found in the catalog.
Orange County, North Carolina taxpayers, 1784-1793.
by T.L.C. Genealogy in Miami Beach, FL (P.O. Box 403369, Miami Beach 33140-1369)
Written in English
|Contributions||T.L.C. Genealogy (Organization)|
|LC Classifications||F262.O7 O74 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||97 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||91065575|
Orange County Books (Source: Books-We-Own) Mailing Lists and Message Boards. RootsWeb Message Board (Source: RootsWeb) NCDOGS Durham-Orange Genealogical Society. NCDOGS Mailing List Homepage (Source: RootsWeb) NCORANGE Orange County genealogy (the area that became Orange County, North Carolina in ). Orange County, North Carolina The county was formed in from parts of Bladen County, Granville County, and Johnston County. It was named for the infant William V of Orange, whose mother Anne, daughter of King George II of Great Britain, was then regent of the Dutch Republic.
In , North Carolina transferred the power to issue marriage licenses to the county register of deeds making the license the only public record of a marriage. The information contained in marriage licenses varies across counties and time periods, and though the amount of information has increased over the years, the accuracy was dependent on. Orange County NC Land Records. USA (1,,) > North Carolina (55,) > Orange County () > Orange County Land Records (19). USA (1,,) > North Carolina (55,) > North Carolina Land Records () > Orange County Land Records (19). Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the North Carolina Land Records page.
The Orange County Public Records (North Carolina) links below open in a new window and take you to third party websites that provide access to Orange County public records. Editors frequently monitor and verify these resources on a routine basis. Help others by sharing new links and reporting broken links. Orange County North Carolina Genealogy and History Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy: Federal Census Source: Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States taken in the year by Dept of Commerce & Labor.
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Get this from a library. Orange County, North Carolina taxpayers, [T.L.C. Genealogy (Organization);]. April 1 - June: Formal Property Assessment Appeals (Hearings conducted by the Board of Equalization & Review and the N.C.
State Property Tax Commission) June: Board of County Commissioners adopt Tax Rate; July - August: Property owners receive annual Tax Bill. September 1: Property Tax Bills are due. Local property taxes are based on the value of real property and certain types of personal property.
It is the responsibility of the Tax Office to ensure that property values are assessed uniformly and equitably among all property owners throughout the County. Annual Required Listing Period Property Listing Forms Orange County be signed and returned.
ORANGE COUNTY, NC - Early Tax Records, Contributor's Note: Orange Co., North Carolina was created in from the larger Bladen, Granville and Johnston counties. Later inCaswell Co. was created from the "Northern Division" of Orange Co. An index of slaves that were mentioned by name in the old deed books of Orange County has been compiled and put into an online Orange County NC Slave Records blog.
Orange County Register of Deeds. ORANGE COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA Compiled by Memory A. Lester, Chapel Hill, North Carolina Source: "Genealogical Records," by Memory Aldridge Lester, ; transcribed by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team Aldridge, John to Orange County Taylor, 11 Nov.
Aldridge, Joseph to Susannah Ashley, 3 Jan. Aldridge, Peter to Judith Waggoner, 4 Feb. Orange County (link to FamilySearch page)Established in from Bladen, Granville, and Johnston counties. Many court records are missing; reason unknown.
(To do a quick search, use your browser’s search function. Press. Ctrl + F (Windows) or ⌘ Command + F (Mac).) Miscellaneous – 2 folders (, ); estate papers, decedent not identified/indexed Adams, Boaz Read more.
To obtain a vehicle property tax statement from NCDMV, call or email NCDMV. By North Carolina statute, real and personal property taxes are due annually on September 1st of the tax year and are current if paid by January 5th of the following year.
*** Due to COVID beginning the Register of Deeds Office will be taking a limited number of marriage license applications. In order to submit online application please click here, then call for may order birth, marriage or death certificates online by clicking here.
Land records and other documents may be recorded using our drop box or E-recording vendors. The Orange County Public Library is a safe and welcoming space where the people of our community and their ideas can flourish.
We provide a broad selection of print and non-print materials for popular reading, watching and listening (books, DVDs and music) and basic information gathering (research); public access to free wi-fi and up-to-date computers; help customers utilize library materials.
In order to ensure the most accurate data possible for the upcoming revaluation, Orange County Tax Administration has mailed out a Data Validation Form.
This form contains information about your property as we currently have it on our files. If the information displayed on this form is correct no further action is required on your part.
The Orange County Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) is continuing to assist low and moderate-income taxpayers. As Orange County transitions into Phase 1 of Governor Roy Cooper's plan to reopen North Carolina, most county buildings remain closed to the public, but many county departments are increasing access to services or.
After all of this, Orange County was just a fraction of its original size. This PDF of North Carolina County Development is helpful in following North Carolina’s county changes. The county seat for Orange is Hillsborough, founded in on land where the. By: William D.
Bennett, Pub. Reprinted ,(Book 1 & 2, ): pages, Index, ISBN # Orange county was formed in from Granville, Johnston, and Bladen counties with Granville having been formed from Edgecombe : William D.
Bennett. Raleigh, North Carolina: Filmed by the North Carolina Division of Archives and History, Orange County Tax Records are documents related to property taxes, employment taxes, taxes on goods and services, and a range of other taxes in Orange County, North Carolina.
These records can include Orange County property tax assessments and. Home of the University of North Carolina and several corporations in the Research Triangle Park district, Orange County holds an important place in the state’s history.
The Occaneechi originally inhabited the region in villages that lie along a bustling trade route. Hillsborough (the seat of government), Chapel Hill, and portions of Mebane are all currently within Orange County.
County Records: Court: Deeds: History: Letters: Marriages: Military: Newspapers: Obituaries: Post Cards: Tax Lists: Vitals: Wills & Estates, A-M: Wills & Estates, N-W: To contribute records about your ancestors Click Here: Return to the NCGenWeb Archives Table of Contents.
Visit the Orange County NCGenWeb Home Page. Orange County, North Carolina History. When was Orange County, NC Created. Orange County was created on from Johnston County, Bladen County and Granville County.
What is the County Seat of Orange County, NC. The County Seat is located in Hillsborough also, the county government website is unknown. Original data: Kendall, Katharine Kerr.
Caswell County, North Carolina Will Books, ; Tax List; and Guardians' Accounts, (Published With) Caswell County, North Carolina Will Books. The Orange County tax list shows John Baker, Robert Baker and Joseph Baker. Robert Baker has a tract of acres of land surveyed. 25 Oct North Carolina to Robert Baker.
Robert Baker receives acres land patent on New Hope Creek adjoining David Craig, Samuel and Joseph Hastings. 25 Oct North Carolina to Robert Baker.What follows is an index by name of over 4, enslaved people who are mentioned in the old Deed Books of Orange County, North Carolina.
This index was compiled through the hard work of three interns, Rae Hoyle and Merisa Tomczak from UNC-Chapel Hill and Khadija McNair of NCCU.Federal census records for North Carolina began in The enumeration is missing for Caswell, Granville, and Orange counties; the is missing the counties of Craven, Greene, New Hanover, and Wake, (though the information has been substituted in most publications with tax lists); and the is complete except for Currituck, Franklin, Martin, Montgomery, Randolph and Wake counties.