Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
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Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
Founded November 6, 1762 from the western part of Anson County.
Named in commemoration of the marriage of King George III to Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelit.

It is the most populated county in North Carolina.   The county seat and largest city is Charlotte.


Cornelius * Davidson * Huntersville * Matthews * Mint Hill * Pineville * Stallings * Weddington

Unincorporated Communities
Caldwell * Hopewell



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Website Updates:
June 2018
Newspaper Gleanings - Crime News: Murders in North Carolina, s/b Robin Line

March 2018:
Cemeteries: Mason Youngblood Cemetery, s/b Dena Whitesell
Newspaper Gleanings -
Fires, Accidents, Train Wrecks & other Calamities: Frieght trains collide near Charlotte, s/b Robin Line
Military News: Mecklenburg Veterans Camp to Attend
Political News: Women registered to vote (1920)
Obits: James Boatright



August 2017:
Newspaper Gleanings - Crimes: Haydon and Barber's quarrel, s/b Robin Line
Obit: Mrs Sarah J Martin



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