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Randolph County, North Carolina

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  • Rebecca Cox (1747 - 1791)
    Biography Rebecca Cox was born on January 14, 1747, in Holly Spring, Wake Co., North Carolina. Her parents were Harmon Cox and Jane Meredith Cox . Rebecca married Benjamin Cox on July 20, 1775, in ...
  • Hannah Allen (1751 - 1823)
    Biography Hannah Allen was born on September 8, 1751, in Randolph County, Province of North Carolina. Her parents were Harmon Cox and Jane Meredith Cox . Hannah married Samuel Allen on December 17,...
  • Isaac Stearns (1713 - 1791)
    Biography== Isaac Stearns was born on March 22, 1713, in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA, and was baptized on May 31, 1713. Isaac married Rebeckah Rebecca Stearns on November 27, 1734, in Tollan...
  • Edmund Fruit (1786 - 1861)
  • Amy Rains (1768 - 1825)

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Some of the first European settlers in this area of the Piedmont and what would become the county were English Quakers, who settled along the Haw, Deep, and Eno rivers. The county was formed in 1779 from Guilford County. It was named for Peyton Randolph, first president of the Continental Congress.

Adjacent Counties

Cities & Towns

  • Archdale (part)
  • Asheboro (County Seat)
  • Franklinville
  • High Point (part)
  • Liberty
  • Ramseur
  • Randleman
  • Seagrove
  • Staley
  • Thomasville (part)
  • Trinity

Other Communities: Back Creek, Brower, Cedar Grove, Climax, Coleridge, Columbia, Concord, Erect, Farmer, Grant, Level Cross, New Hope, New Market, Pisgah, Pleasant Grove, Providence, Richland, Sophia, Tabernacle, Ulah, Union and Whynot

Links

Wikipedia

NC GenWeb

Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places