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County Historical Museum,
compiled by the.
County: the legacy of its people and places /
edited by Elinor Samons Euliss;
NC: Legacy Publications; Burlington, N.C. : May
be ordered from Alamance County Historical Museum,
NC Ref 975.658 ALA
the Anthony/Sigmon farm
is primarily on the property itself.
"Of particular interest to local
historians, the ANTHONY family farm has a silo
built inside the barn.
copy of the article is stored in the Catawba
County--Historic Houses--ANTHONY file,
located in the Rhodes Room Vertical file cabinets.
It includes four pictures, including one
of the Greek revival brick farmhouse built in
1877-78, and the barn with the interior silo.
Corpening family: (the Southern branch), Corpening,
Copening, Copeney, Copany, Copeny
Franklin, IN: The Author, 1967
NC Ref 929.2 CORPENING
Lorena Shell, 1927-
speaking people west of the Catawba River in
North Carolina, 1750-1800 : and some émigrés'
participation in the early settlement of southeast
Franklin, NC: Genealogy Pub. Service; Church Hill, TN:
book orders to SCK Publications (L.S. Eaker,
P.O. Box 2125, Church Hill 37642), c1994.
NC Ref 975.600431 EAK
64 & 65
Lorena Shell, 1927-
shoe cobbler's kin: genealogy of the Peter (Ecker)
Eaker, Sr. family / compiler and editor,
Lorena Shell Eaker (Mrs. Odis C.)
Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 1976-c1985.
2 published: Church Hill, TN: SCK Publications.
NC Ref 929.2 EAKER
Pages 810 & 811--Paulus Antoni--1741
Etters, Abbie S.
Ancestry of Henry Jacob Anthony
File copy only due to copyright restrictions.
Heritage of:Jackson County
Valley, history and genealogy
Chapel Hill, NC: Hickerson, 1940.
NC Ref 929.3 HIC
October 3, 1991 (Page 3B)
Families Plan Annual Reunion
Phillip B. and Sara Ann Martin Anthony
Hofmann, Margaret M.
of North Carolina: abstracts of land patents,
Weldon, N.C.: Roanoke News Co., c1982-c1984.
NC Ref 929.3 HOF v.1
JOHN SHUFFORD and PAUL ANTHONY 22 December 1768--37
Tryon County (...)."
abstracts of Tryon, Lincoln and Rutherford counties,
North Carolina, 1769-1786: Tryon county wills
SC: Southern Historical Press, 1977.
Ref 929.37567 DEE
Froney, Abraham & Jacob Anthony named.
wills of Catawba County, North Carolina, 1842-1870
St. Louis, MO (10166 Clairmont Dr., St. Louis 63136):
F.T. Ingmire, c1984.
NC Ref 929.3756785 ING
Page 19 -- Abraham, Abel Henry, Any Mary, Cephas Paul,
Elisabeth Salena, Jacob, Magdalen, Paul &
Page 701 -- Julius A.
Lincoln County Deed Records
Book 1, Page 532
May 20, 1771
Paul Anthony and wife Froney give land in order
that a "Christian Church Lotarin and Presbetaren"
could be built.
There is a note that the land for both
for the church as well as a schoolhouse.
5 & 10, 1983
tour family homes
5 tells the story of Abraham Anthony and his
career shift from farmer to cobbler.
6--Photograph of the front of the Abraham Anthony
of some Anthony descendants, some interesting
trivia of the times such as the photo of Minerva
Sigmon and family posing with photographs of
deceased relatives--reported to be a common practice
of the times.
October 19, 1983
Rosa Anthony--Lincolnton (97)
German church recordsof births, baptisms,
marriages, burials, etc.: from the Pennsylvania
German Society proceedings and addresses--with
an introduction by Don Yoder.
Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1983.
Arch. 929.3748 PEN
New Hanover Lutheran Church, List of Baptisms.
Page 146-147--Antoni, Elizabeth born Feb 24, 1751,
parents Paul & Euphronica
Philbeck, Miles S.
County, North Carolina will abstracts, 1779-1910
/ compiled by Miles S. Philbeck, Jr. and Grace
Wilson, NC: G. Turner; Chapel Hill, N.C.: M.S. Philbeck, Jr., c1986.
NC Ref 929.375678 PHI
Wills of Anderson, George, John P. Paul, Phillip,
White, Emmett R.
War soldiers of western North Carolina: Burke
Easley, SC: Southern Historical Press, c1984-
NC Ref 973.3456 WHI
4 & 5--Philip Anthony--early, military, and
later life summaries.
Yoder, George M.
condensed history of early settlers in Catawba
NC Ref 929.2 YOD