Granville County, North Carolina, USA


Aantekeningen: Granville County is a county located in the U.S. state of North Carolina. As of 2000, the population was 48,498. Its county seat is Oxford
The county was formed in 1746 from Edgecombe County. It was named for John Carteret, 2nd Earl Granville, who as heir to one of the eight original Lords Proprietors of the Province of Carolina, claimed one eighth of the land granted in the charter of 1665. The claim was established as consisting of approximately the northern half of North Carolina and this territory came to be known as the Granville District, also known as Oxford.
In 1752 parts of Granville County, Bladen County, and Johnston County were combined to form Orange County. In 1764 the eastern part of Granville County became Bute County. Finally, in 1881 parts of Granville County, Franklin County, and Warren County were combined to form Vance County.
The county is divided into nine townships: Brassfield, Dutchville, Fishing Creek, Oak Hill, Oxford, Salem, Sassafras Fork, Tally Ho, and Walnut Grove.


Regio : Latitude (Breedte): 36.2799451, Longitude (Lengte): -78.6114999


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   Familienaam, Voorna(a)m(en)    Geboorte    Persoon-ID 
1 Green, Willis  14 aug 1778Granville County, North Carolina, USA I454183
2 Harp, Winnie Reddin  23 aug 1805Granville County, North Carolina, USA I452060


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   Gezin    Getrouwd    Gezins-ID 
1 Harp / Harrison  05 nov 1804Granville County, North Carolina, USA F176156