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“New Bern And The Civil War”

New Bern and The Civil War - Jame E White
New Book Presentation & Signing by Author James Edward White, III On Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 6:30 p.m., the Craven County Genealogical Society will begin the evening with a cookie and punch reception where guests and members are welcome to discuss their research and learn more ways to find their ancestors. At 7 p.m., […]
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Mr. Roger Kammerer, A Renaissance Gentleman

Roger Kammerer
Strange & Fascinating Items Found In Old Newspapers & Genealogy Q &A On Tuesday, March 14, 2017, at 6:30 p.m., the Craven County Genealogical Society will begin the evening with a cookie and punch reception where members and guests are welcome to discuss their research and learn more ways to find their ancestors. At 7 […]
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“Introduction to Researching Your Family Tree”

Craven County Genealogical Society
Craven County Genealogical Society of North Carolina’s Monthly Program On Tuesday, June 14, 2016 at 6:30 p.m., the Craven County Genealogical Society will begin the evening with a cookie and punch reception where guests and members are welcome to discuss their research and learn more ways to find their ancestors. At 7 p.m., the Society […]
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The Family History Society of Eastern North Carolina

Washington Reception New Bern
To Celebrate Its Sixth Anniversary & The 225th Anniversary of Pres. Washington’s Southern Tour With a Presentation about The First Families of NC by Historian & Author John Anderson Brayton The Family History Society of Eastern North Carolina will celebrate its sixth anniversary and commemorate the 225th anniversary of President George Washington’s 1791 Southern Tour […]
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Can you Identify this Mystery Man?

Mystery Man
“Mystery Photo: 1923 picture of an African American Man Taken in Kinston or Goldsboro, North Carolina” Members of the Philyaw family are busy working on a May 2015 reunion plus refurbishing the Royal Oaks also known as the Philyaw Family Cemetery in Comfort, Jones County, North Carolina. At a recent meeting to review old family […]
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Historic Dryborough: A Forgotten Town

Great Fire of 1922
Join us for a presentation about the rich history of Dryborough which became Craven County’s second town incorporated in 1806 originally located between Queen and Cypress Streets on the edge of New Bern.  This free event will be held on Saturday, February 8, 2014 at 2 p. m. in the Hayden H. Jones Auditorium at […]
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