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Northampton County, North Carolina

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  • Mary Peele (1754 - aft.1791)
    DAR lists Mary as XX. "unknown." From . pp 5-6 Descendants of David Peelle-1751 1. David6 Peelle (Robert5, Robert4, Robert3, Robert2, Lawrence1) was born 10 Oct 1751 Near Rich Square, Northampton Co....
  • Bessie "Mamie" Harper (1912 - 1988)
    Reference: FamilySearch Family Tree - SmartCopy : Jul 3 2017, 10:33:29 UTC
    Samuel Floyd, II (1767 - 1820)
    Samuel Floyd is one of several brothers (and possible sisters) who moved from North Carolina before the American Revolution to the Horry County, South Carolina area (then part of Georgetown District). ...
    Mary Floyd (aft.1790 - 1839)
    "A bit of history, Chester Co and Union Co, SC are contiguous and pathways for Quaker travel west. Union was named for "Union Church" a Quaker meeting house. Few Quakers remained but those that did m...
  • Jacob Vick (c.1743 - aft.1813)
    From Joseph Vick of Lower Parish, Isle of Wight County, Virginia and His Descendants, vol. I: pp 36-38 Jacob wrote his will on 20 October 1784. His daughter Mourning was given a 480-acre plantation ...

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Official Website

The county was formed in 1741 and was named for James Compton, 5th Earl of Northampton.

Adjacent Counties

Towns, Townships & Communities

  • Conway
  • Garysburg
  • Gaston
  • Jackson (County Seat)
  • Kirby
  • Lasker
  • Margarettsville
  • Milwaukee
  • Occoneechee
  • Pleasant Hill
  • Rich Square
  • Roanoke
  • Seaboard
  • Severn
  • Turners Crossroads
  • Wiccanee
  • Woodland



Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places

Genealogy Trails

NC GenWeb

Northampton County Marriage Records

Northampton County Museum