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Maps

     Welcome to our Maps section!  We are pleased to show here: 1) Maps involving William and Margret BROWN extended family members who submit them; and 2) Helpful Resource Maps. 

     See the location of the William and Margret Brown family in North Carolina during the 1700s-1830s on the Maps below.

     Currently we are organizing our Maps and making digitized copies to uploaded to this Maps section.

     We are excited that our Maps will enable all family members and others to preserve and share the helpful Maps involving our common ancestors, relatives and loved ones.

     PLEASE SHARE YOUR MAPS, and list and/or show them here by sending either a copy of your Maps so that we may convert them to digitized format, or as Maps attachments to your email to librarian.brownhistory@gmail.com.  Thank you!!

Maps

 

Maps Index

click map thumbnail to see actual map

Brown Family Early Maps
North Carolina Early Maps
Rowan County North Carolina Early Maps
Davidson County North Carolina Early Maps
Early Emigrants Routes & Trails:  North Carolina, American Colonies, and United States

Native American Maps in Mrs. Brown (c.1695) DNA Analysis
Map Sources

Brown Family Early Maps

William Brown Family in Rowan County and Davidson County, North Carolina (1750s - 1830s)  See Area Photos and Church Photos where they lived.

1780 Map Eastern Rowan County, NC showing William Brown's Family during 1750s-1830s

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
1890 Map Davidson County, NC, showing William Brown Family Properties during the 1780s-1830s
(1890 L. Johnson Map)

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
Description of 1890 Map Davidson County, NC, showing William Brown Family Properties during the 1780s-1830s

Courtesy: James Brown Klein

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North Carolina Early Maps

 

   
Map of North Carolina's 100 Counties and Dates Formed

(from the North Carolina State Archives)

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
1775 Map North Carolina (partial), by Henry Mouson, showing Roads and Rivers, from Craven County to Rowan County

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
1805 Map North Carolina, by L. Lewis

(from J. Bivins, Jr., Longrifles of North Carolina)


Courtesy: James Brown Klein
1700s-1800s
Map North Carolina, by Colton's

(from the North Carolina State Archives)

Courtesy: James Brown Klein

1685-1755 Map NC Churches with Baptist Church Dates Formed

(from G.W. Paschal, History of North Carolina Baptists, Vol.I)

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
   

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Rowan County North Carolina Early Maps
 

     
1775 Map North Carolina Yakin Valley Rowan County (partial), by Henry Mouson, showing Roads and Rivers

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
1780 Map Rowan County, North Carolina, by H. W. Ferguson, 1994

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
1780 Map Eastern Rowan County, North Carolina, by H. W. Ferguson, 1994

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
1790 Map Rowan County, NC Map, by James W. Kluttz, showing Watercourses

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
     

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Davidson County North Carolina Early Maps
 

     
1890 Map Davidson County, NC, showing William Brown Family Properties during the 1780s-1830s
(1890 L. Johnson Map)

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
1976 Map Davidson County, NC, Southeast corner, (DOT Hwy Map), showing Roads, Rivers, and Locations


Courtesy: James Brown Klein
     

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Early Emigrants Routes & Trails:  North Carolina, American Colonies, and United States

 

     
1750-1775 Map Migration Routes to North Carolina

(from J. Bivins, Jr., Longrifles of North Carolina)

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
Colonial Map Migration Paths to North Carolina

(from North Carolina History Textbook)

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
1587-1750 Map Emigrants to North Carolina, by L. Polk Denmark

(from the North Carolina State Archives)

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
Early U.S. Map Emigrant Trails, by R.B. Dustin & M.W. Lewis

(from Davidson Co. NC Gen. Society, 1990)

Courtesy: James Brown Klein
     

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See also Native American Maps in Mrs. Brown (c.1695) DNA Analysis found in Mrs. Brown (c.1695) was an Abenaki Native American with Portuguese Ancestry.

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Map Sources

     http://www.mapsbymail.com - All Stout Historical Research Maps, for all 100 North Carolina counties
     http://images.google.com/ - type in "maps" and the map image you are searching for, e.g., "north carolina".
     http://maps.yahoo.com/ - customized maps and driving directions


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This Web site created and maintained by O. James Brown Klein:  librarian.brownhistory@gmail.com
Established:  May 17, 2000       Updated:  September 16, 2013

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