Richmond County, North Carolina
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Richmond County, North Carolina

The county was formed in 1779 from Anson County
Named for Charles Lennox, 3rd Duke of Richmond and Lennox
In 1899 the southeastern part of Richmond County became Scotland County.

County seat is Rockingham

Cities and Towns
Dobbins Heights * East Rockingham * Ellerbe * Hamlet *
Hoffman * Norman * Rockingham * Cordova * Marston



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Website Updates:
March 2018
Obit: Garrett McCroskey, s/b Robin Line


June 2017: Newspaper Gleanings: Accidents: Archie Henry shot himself
December 2016: Obit: Rev M L Wood
August 2016: Obit: Hon A S Dockery
October 2015: Cem adds: Eastside: Monroe, Arlington; Eli Dawkins Cem: Bostick Marriage Licenses from Dec 1917 Obits: Monroe, Bostick
Feb 2015:  1790 Federal Census;  bio for DOCKERY; History: County History; Obit: Rev Dr W H Moore



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