Genealogy

Key Sources

Record Number Citation
BARN002

Barnhill, Jane Blanks. Sacred Grounds: "Gone but Not Forgotten". St. Pauls, NC: Jane Blanks Barnhill, 2007. 374 p. Key source

BRAY009

Brayboy, Tim, and Bruce Barton. Playing before an overflow crowd: the story of Indian basketball in Robeson, North Carolina, and adjoining counties. Chapel Hill, NC: Chapel Hill P, 2003. 201 pages. Key source

BRIT004

Britt, Morris F. "Appendix T. List of Lumbee surnames with dates of appearance in the greater Lumbee Settlement (N=523 surnames) 1740-2007." 107 pages. Key source

1023

Oxendine, Carol Smith, comp. Twelfth Census of Population, 1900. North Carolina Vol. 56 E. D.s 100-122 (Indian Population). Pembroke, NC: Lumbee Regional Development Association, 1982. [Alternate title: 1900 federal census information of Indians of Robeson County, North Carolina.] Key source

Sources

Record Number Citation
OXEN010

Oxendine, Kelvin Ray. Seven generations: Ancestors of the present day Lumbee. Raleigh, NC: Lulu P, 2015. 158 p.

1019

“The Contemporary Descendants of the ‘22’ Recognized by the Dept. of Interior.” Unpublished typescript. N.d. 13 p. 

BARN003

Barnhill, Jane Blanks. Sacred grounds: Robeson County, NC Indian cemeteries

ROBE001

 Robeson County NCGenWeb [part of The U.S. GenWeb Project]. Maintained by Victoria Proctor. 

1017

Lovin, Mable S., comp. 1820 Census for Robeson County, North Carolina. N.p.: n.p., n.d. 

JORD001

Jordan, Larry E. From Virginia to Alabama and beyond: migrations of related familes from 1610 to today [Web site]. 

1022

Barton, Lew. “Searching the Family Tree.” Unpub. typescript. N.D. 

1034

Elisha Locklear Collection. PO Box 1180, Pembroke, NC 28372

WILL007

Williams, Megan. “Sacred Grounds.” Our State Magazine (September 2007): 34-36.

JAEN005

Jaenicke, Michael. “Sacred Grounds [Book Title].” Robesonian February 5, 2007.

WOOD007

Woods, J. Cedric. "Lumbee origins: The Weyanoke-Kearsey connection." Southern anthropologist [Southern Anthropological Society] 30.2 (2004): 20-36.

JENK022

Jenkins, Venita. “Genealogy project offers window into Lumbee history.” Fayetteville Observer Monday, 29 July 2002.

JENK003

Jenkins, Venita. “Robeson SAT scores rise again.” Robesonian Wednesday, 1 September 1999: 1A, 6A, 1 chart

HOLB001

Holback, Gloria D. “The spiritual journey of a Lumbee granddaughter.” Appalachian Quarterly 3.1 (March 1998): 90-96.

OMAR001

O'Mara, Richard. “Among Lumbees, Locklear is the name of the game.” Baltimore Sun 12 October 1993: 6A (Tuesday)

1043

DeMarce, Virginia Easley. “Looking at legends: Lumbee and Melungeon: applied genealogy and the origins of tri-racial isolate settlements.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 81.1 (March 1993): 24-45.

1042

DeMarce, Virginia Easley. “‘Verry Slitly Mixt’: Tri-Racial Isolate Families of the Upper South–A Genealogical Study.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 80.1 (March 1992): [5]-35.aZ

1041

Byrd, William L., III, and Sheila Spencer Stover. “In Search of Cultural Identity. Part 2.” North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal February 1992: 48-54.

1040

“Church Register for Robeson Circuit, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1869-1881.” Robeson County Register 6.4 (Nov. 1991): 134-41.

1039

Britt, Morris F. “Robeson County Indian Names: An Analysis Based upon the Census of 1910.” Robeson County Register 6.3 (August 1991): 120-22.

1038

Pate, Albert F. The search for Johnny Chevin: being a poetic quest out of the most ancient records and oldest traditions for descendants of Sir Walter Raleigh's Lost Colony. Pikeville, NC: A. F. Pate, 1991.

1037

Mills, Gary B. “Tracing Free People of Color in the Antebellum South: Methods, Sources, and Perspectives.” National Genealogical Society Quarterly 78.4 (Dec. 1990): 262-78.

1036

“Robeson County Bastardy Bonds and Records, 1866-1869.” Robeson County Register 5.1 (Feb. 1990): 34-36. 

1033

“Criminal Papers–Robeson County 1818-18–.” Robeson County Register 4.2 (May 1989): 60-63.

1032

Locklear, Grady. Genealogy: A Perspective. Unpublished typescript. Feb. 1989. 394 p.

1035

Shoop, Michael I. “Index to Notices of Death Found in the Robesonian.” 1989- .

1031

West, Sam. “Records of Robeson County in the North Carolina Archives.” Robeson County Register 3.3 (Aug. 1988): 92-111.

1029

Pate, Albert F. “... At Your Beginnings ...” Ezekiel, Chapter 36. Goldsboro, NC: Albert F. Pate, 1988. 181 p.

1028

Jordan, Jerry Wright, comp. Cherokee by Blood: Record of Eastern Cherokee Ancestry in the US Court of Claims 1906-1910. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1987- .

1027

Britt, Morris. “Indian Names in Robeson County.” Robeson County Register 1.3 (Aug. 1986): 113.

1025

Where Our People Lie: Inventory of Native American Burial Sites in Robeson County. Lumberton: Robeson County Compensatory Indian Education Project, Robeson County Board of Education, 1986.

1026

Robeson County Register [periodical]. Ed. Morris F. Britt. Quarterly. Charlotte: M. F. Britt, IBS Graphics, 1986- .

1024

“North Carolina State Archives Research. Robeson County Court Minutes, 1797-1843, C. 083.3001.” Unpublished typescript. Lumbee Tribal Enrollment Office, 14 June 1984.

1021

[Robeson County Compensatory Indian Education Project.] “U.S. Census Abstracts 1784-1900.” Unpub. typescript. Compiled 1980-1981?

1020

Harmon, Elaine Davis, comp. 1850 Federal Census of Robeson County, NC. Copied from Microfilm Roll #642. Raleigh: Elaine Davis Harmon, 1980. 

1018

Townsend, Peggy T. Vanishing Ancestors: Cemetery Records of Robeson County, North Carolina. 3 v. N.p.: [Peggy Townsend], 1975-92.

1015

Biggs, Kate Britt, comp. Census of 1800, Robeson County, North Carolina. Compiled ... for the Col. Thomas Robeson Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. N.p.: n.p., [1946].

1014

Biggs, Kate Britt, comp. Census of 1850, Robeson County, North Carolina. N.p.: n.p., [1946].

1016

Lovin, Mable S., comp. 1810 Census for Robeson County, North Carolina. N.p.: n.p., n.d.