The records of the Home Office concern a diversity of matters, most of  them having some relationship to the internal affairs of Great Britain.


North Carolina topics in the series HO 39 concern attempts by the State of North Carolina to locate records relating to the colony.

Correspondence and General: Domestic and General, George III

The North Carolina item copied from HO 42 relates to a Loyalist soldier.

Military. Secretary at War: Correspondence

North Carolina items relate to Loyalist military units.

Polhill-Drabble Papers

The single North Carolina-related item relates to the Heath Patent to "Carolana."

Amherst Papers

This collection consists of various papers of Sir Jeffery Amherst, commander-in-chief in North America during the latter years of the French and Indian War. Items for North Carolina include correspondence, troops returns, etc.


Fulham Papers (microfilm)

These records consist of correspondence, petitions, reports, lists of  clergy, and the like, directed mainly to the bishop of London from persons in Britain and various colonies in America. The bishop of London had nominal jurisdiction over the Anglican Church in the colonies, and the North Carolina items reflect all aspects of Anglicanism there.

Manuscripts, selections (microfilm)

Miscellaneous Deposits

The single item relating to North Carolina in this series concerns an immigrant to Warren County in the 1870s.

Monson Family Papers

Items relating to North Carolina in this series mainly concern the Cartagena Expedition of 1741, land grants, and quitrents.


The Lord Chamberlain's Department dealt mainly with matters relating to the Royal household. Topics relating to North Carolina in the series LC 5 concern the provision to governors of royal portraits and items of chapel furnishings.

Items relating to North Carolina in the series MP 1 concern a tract of  land in North Carolina and a proposed fort at Cape Lookout.

Miscellanea, Custom House Accounts and Statistics, Original Reports

Items relating to North Carolina in the series MAF 7 concern the importation of naval stores into Britain.

Record Books, Vol. II

Items relating to North Carolina in the series MINT 1 concern a proposal to mint copper coins in the colony.

The few items relating to North Carolina in this repository concern the colonies in the 1750s, and a Loyalist officer.

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