"Index"

 

INDEX

Agriculture

177-187

Aircraft, Fairchild

172

Airports:

 

Burlington Municipal

230

Huffman Field

229

Alamance:

 

early settlers

14

indians of

9-12

origin of name,

13

settlement of,

13-25

Alamance, Battle of:

 

casualties,

64

causes,

45-56

description of,

61

prisoners hanged,

65

(See also: Regulators, Tryon, Alamance Battleground)

 

Alamance Battleground:

 

description of monument

65

monument unveiled

150

Alamance County:

 

communities in

133-143

early courts

92

founding of

89-92

map of

front end pages 

naming of

90

Alamance County Fair

146

Alamance Church

35

Alamance Creek

5, 13, 14

Alamance Gleaner

95, 237

Alamance Plaid

103, 165

"Alamance Regulators":

 

Spanish-American War

151

Alamance Village

142

"Alamons"

13

Albright, George

93

Albright, Capt. William

30

Allemani

13

Altamahaw-Ossipee

141

Anthony, George

125

"Aramanchy River "

13

Asbury, Rev. Francis

37

Austin Quarter

22

Barnwell, Col. John

 

describes Sissipahaw

10

Bason, James

95

Battles:

 

of Alamance

56-65

of Guilford Court House

73

of Kirk's Farm

74

of Lexington

69

of Lindley's Mill

75

of Moore's Creek

70

Pyle's Hacking Match

72

(See also: Wars)

 

Bellemont

142

Bethabara

21

Bingham Military School

205

Bithahn, Rev. John

30

Black, John

171

Boone's Station

32

Boyd, A. H.

94

Boyd, James E

94, 130

Boyd, James M

95

Burke, Gov. Thomas

75

Burlington

135-136

incorporated

136

origin of name

135

motto

136

(See also: Company Shops)

 

Burlington Mills

166-167

Burrington, Gov. George

 

describes N. C. Churches

27

Business:

 

first in Burlington

109

first in Graham

95

expansion

175-176

Butler, Gen. John

76

Butler, William

50

Byrd, Col. William:

 

describes Haw's Old Fields

13

Caldwell, Rev. David

41, 59

Caldwell, Dr. Joseph

189

Camp meetings

39

Cane Creek:

 

Dixon's Mill on

73

Friends Meeting

15, 33

Carrigan, Villiam A

90, 98

Carroll, W. H.

151

Childs, Thomas

22

Childsborough

24

Churches:

27-44

Baptists

37

Brick Church

30

Cane Creek Meeting

34

Christian

39

Churches today

43

Clapp Church

30

Cross Roads Presbyterian

39

first in county

29

Freidens

31

Graves' Church

32

Hawfields Presbyterian

34, 36

Lutheran

29

Methodists

37

Providence

39

Reformed

29

St. Marks

32

Schumakers

31

Stoner's

30

Civic Organizations

243

Clapp, Will F.

238

Clendenin, William

94

Coffin Factory, Burlington

134, 171

College, Elon

195, 212-214

Company Shops:

 

founding

107-111

incorporated

134

name changed to Burlington

135

"Constitutional Union Guard"

125

Cook, Ephraim

109

Cook, Staley A

240

Corbin

22

Cornwallis, Lord:

 

at Guilford Court House

73

at Haw River

139

at Hillsboro

71

at Snow Camp

74

Cotton Mills:

 

Aurora

136, 165

expansion of

164

first

98-103

Granite

140

Holt-Carrigan

98

Lafayette

165

Oneida

137, 165

Plaid Mills

103, 165

Sidney

165

Tabardry

140

Travora

165

Windsor

167

Cowan, J. C., Jr.

167

Craig, James A

90

Crawford, Rev. J. H.

30

Craven, Peter

50

Crooks, Rev. Adam

38

Crowson, 0. F.

239

Currie, Dr. Archibald

36

Dairying

182-184

Davis, Jefferson

121

Debow, Rev. John

39

Deeds, early settlers'

22

Depression years

249

Dixon, Simon

34, 74

Dougherty, W. H.

192, 194

Edwards, Isaac

55

Ellis, C. B.

175

Ellis, Gov. John W.

114

Elon College

195, 212-214

Elon, origin ot name

213

Eno, Will, Lawson's Guide

2

Erwin, W. A.

135

Euliss, Eli

125

Fanning, Col. David

75

Fanning, Col. Edmund

48

Farming (See Agriculture)

 

Farm Life:

84

described by E. M. Holt

86-87

Faucett, Job

125

Faucett, John

95

Few, James:

 

hanged by Tryon

64

Fisher, Col. Charles

114

Fleming, P. H.

200

Fogleman, Dover

228

Foglernan, John

90

Fogleman, John T

125

Fogleman, W. A.

135

Fonville, James

109

Fonville, James B

93

Freeland, George

92

Freeland, Jonathan

42

Freeman, Dr. R. A.

135

Fyke, Malachi

54

Gant, Jesse

90

Gant, John

222

German settlers

14, 32

Gibsonville

31

Goertner, George

32

Goff, Solomon

54

Graham:

91-96, 136-138

designated county seat

91

first business place

95

incorporated

94

founding of

93

after War Between the States

136

Graham, James A

94

Graham, Capt. Joseph

72

Graham, Gov. William A.

91

Granville, Earl of

21

Guilford Court House, Battle of

73

Hambleton, Ninean Beal

50

Hamilton, Matthew

54

Hannah, Robert

95

Hardin, CoL John

110

Harden, Col. Julius H.

146

Harris, Tyrec

55

Hart, Capt. Thomas

51

Harvey, Absalom

90

Haw River:

 

crossed by Lawson

3

Haw River Community:

 

industry

140

settled

139

Hawfields

24

Haw's Old Fields:

 

granted to Earl Granville

21

mentioned by Col. Byrd

13

Henderson, Judge Richard:

 

describes Regulator rioting

54

Hillsboro:

 

Regulators rioting in

54

Regulators hanged at

65

Cornwallis at

71

Hillsboro, Lord

25

Holden, Gov. W. W.

128

declares Alamance in state of insurrection

128 

Holt, Edwin M

94-103

aids Confederacy

119

describes farm life

86

founds cotton mill

98-103

Holt, Rev. John R.

42, 95, 194

Holt, Joseph S

92

Holt, L. Banks

137

Holt, Michael

25, 92, 97

Holt, Gov. Thomas M.

157-161

works in father's mill

98-101

Hosiery Mills:

 

Daisy

168

Esther

171

first

168

May-McEwen-Kaiser

169

Sidney

171

Standard

103, 164

Whitehead

169

Hospital, Alamance General

233

Howell, Rednap

52

Huffman, Glenn

228

Hunter, James

52

Husband, Herman

46-48

becomes Regulator leader

47

elected to Legislature

52

escapes from Battle of Alamance

62

(See also: Regulators)

 

Indians:

 

described by Lawson

6-9

described by Lederer

1

Sissipahaw Tribe

10-12

earliest mention of Sissipahaw

3

mentioned by Col. Barnwell

10

relics

10-12

Indian Traders

4

Industry (See: Cotton Mills, Hosiery Mills, etc.)

 

Invisible Empire

125

Isley, Daniel

94

Jackson, Isaac

54

Johnston, Gen. Joseph E.

120

Jones, E. Z.

240

Kernodle, J. D., Jr.

237

Kirk, George W

130-132

Kirk-Holden War

130-132

Kirk's Farm, Battle of

74

Klapp Kirche

30

Ku Klux Klan:

125-132

Alamance leaders

125

costume worn by

126

officially disbanded

127

raid Graham

126

Langua, Conrad

24

Lawson, John

2.7

describes agriculture

177-179

describes Haw River

4

mentions Sissipahaw

3

Lederer, Dr. John

1

Lee, Colonel "Lighthorse" Harry

71

Leinbach, Rev

31

Lexington, Battle of

69

Lindley's Mill, Battle of

75

Lloyd, Thomas

48

Long, Jacob A

125

Long, Mrs. Lettie J.

116

Long, Dr. William S., Sr.

195, 213

Lorets, Rev. Andrew

30

Love, J, Spencer

166

Lutherans

28-32

Manufacturing (See Industry)

 

Marketing

21, 84

Martin, Gov. Josiah

69

Matear, Robert

65

May, Ben E

169

May, Burton

169

May, Will H

169

McAden, Rev. Hugh

35, 36

McCauley, J. A.

135

McGready, Rev. James

39

McNeill, Hector

75

Mebane

138-139

Mebane, Col. Alexander

22, 76

Mebane Fair

139

Mebane, Frank

138

Mebane, David

125

Mebane, Giles

90, 94, 105, 114

Mebanesville

106

Mecklenburg Declaration

69

Melville

43

Merrill, Benjamin

65

Messer, Capt

65

Mills, grist

87

(See also: Hosiery Mills, Cotton Mills)

 

Moffat, William

54

Moravians

21

Moore, Adolphus G

130

Moore, J. G.

134

Moore, Peyton P

90, 92

Moore's Creek, Battle of

70

Mosely, Edward

21

Mullen, Patrick

59

Murphey, Archibald DeBow

42

Murray, Lucian

123-125

National Guard

151, 247, 251

Newspapers:

 

Alamance Gleaner

237

first in county

237

Leader

237

Enterprise

238

oldest in county

237

Ratoon

237

Southern Democrat

237

Times-News

238

Occaneechi village

2, 4

O'Neal, John

54

O'Neal, Williarn

109

Orange County:

 

Alamance formed from

89

(See: Hillsboro)

 

Orange Presbytery

36

Ossipee

142

Outlaw, Wyatt

 

fires on Ku Klux

126

hanged by klansmen

129

Paisley, Rev. William

36

Parker, E. S.

237

Pattillo, Rev. Henry

36

Patterson, James A. J.

125

Pennsylvania Dutch

14, 28-32

Pickens, Brig. Andrew

71

Pioneer homes

18-21

Pix Head Rock

12

Plank Road

81

Presbyterians

14, 34-37

Pugh, James:

 

in Battle of Alamance

61

hanged at Hillsboro

65

Public Utilities

217-236

Pyle, Col

72-73

Pyle's Hacking Match

72

Quakers

14, 27, 32-34

Reformed

14, 27, 28-32

Regulators:

 

in Battle of Alamance

59-62

interrupt Hillsboro court

55

leaders

46, 52, 54

meet at Rocky River

50

organized at Sandy Creek

48

proclaim loyalty to King

52

prisoners hanged

64, 65

(See also; Alamance, Battle of: Husband, Pugh, Tryon)

 

Regulators, Alamance

 

in Spanish-American War

151

Revival, the Great

39

Revolutionary War

69-77

(See: Battles)

 

Riley, Rev. James

30

Robinson, Rev. William

35

Rudy, Rev. John

31

Salisbury Road

29

Sandy Creek

48

Saxapahaw

143

Saxapahaw Indians:

 

(See; Indians)

 

Scales, Miss Katherine

135

Schools:

 

academies

190

Bingham Military

41, 205

Elon College

195, 212-214

first

40-43, 189

Graham Normal College

195

in Burlington

197-204

in County

204-211

in Graham

193-197

public

192-199

Scott, Gov. W. Kerr

153-157

message

xi

picture

x

Searcy, Reuben

48

Seigent, B. E.

134

Sellars, Dr. B. A.

135

Sherman, Gen. W. T.

120

Shoffner, John

163, 169

Shoffncr, T. M.

128

Sissipahaw Indians:

 

(See: Indians)

 

Smith, Dr. L. E.

214

Snow Camp:

 

origin of name

74, 140

scene of Cornwallis camp

74

settlement

14, 33

Spangenberg, Bishop

25

Spanish-American War

151

Spencer, Rev. Elihu

36

Springhill

21

Steams, Rev. Shubal

37

Stinking Quarters Creek

25

Suthers, Rev. Samuel

29

Swain, Peter D

109

Swepson, George

142

Swepsonville:

142

Confederate crossing

119

Tarleton, Col

71

Taverns, early

79

Theus, Rev Christian

29

Thompson, Rev. John

35

Thompson, J. T.

94

Thompson, Robert

 

Shot by Tryon

53

Tories

70

Trading Path

5-7

Transportation:

 

marketing

84

plank road

81

(See: Public Utilities)

 

Trollinger, Adam

139

Trollinger, Gen Benjamin

106-111, 140

Trollinger's Ford

139

"Trollinger Tree"

139

Tryon, Gov. William:

 

attends Hillsboro court

53

in Battle of Alamance

56-65

orders Regulators to- disband

53

(See also: Regulators; Alamance, Battle of; Pugh, Husband)

 

War:

111-121

Between the States

69-77

Revolutionary

151

Spanish-American

247

World War I

251

World War II

 

(See: Battles)

 

Webb, Thomas

92

Welker, Rev. G. William

30

Western Electric

174

Whigs

70

White, Samuel

94

White, W. E.

165

White, J. H

165

White, D. A.

138

Wilson, Rev. Alexander

110,193

Workman, E. E.

238

Worth, Daniel

111

Worth, Jonathan

42,109

 

 Content

Chapter 5

Chapter 10

Chapter 15

Chapter 20

Chapter 1

Chapter 6

Chapter 11

Chapter 16

Chapter 21

Chapter 2

Chapter 7

Chapter 12

Chapter 17

Prospectus

Chapter 3

Chapter 8

Chapter 13

Chapter 18

Chapter 4

Chapter 9

Chapter 14

Chapter 19

 

 

Last updated 05/21/2000 Mary Ellis
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