Iredell County, North Carolina Place Study

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Date: 1788 [unknown]
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Categories: North Carolina Place Studies | Iredell County, North Carolina | North Carolina Genealogy Resources.

Nearby Place Studies
Alexander County | Catawba County | Davidson County | Davie County |Iredell County | Rowan County | Wilkes County | Yadkin


How to Join

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This is a Place Study[1] to collect together in one place everything about Iredell County, North Carolina. The hope is that other researchers like you will join our study to help make it a valuable reference point for people studying lines that cross or intersect. The emphasis in this Place Study is pre-1800 settlers in what became Iredell County in 1788 and notable persons from Iredell County.

Task List

Create The Following Spaces and Pre-Populate with Available Data:

Create the following links:


See Space:Historical Timeline of Iredell County

Iredell County Categories

The following categories have been created for Iredell County:

Iredell County: Early Settlers | 1800s | 1900s
Rowan County: Early Settlers
Alexander County: Early Settlers
1790 Census |4th Creek Congregation | Cemeteries | Name Studies |Native Americans | Notables | Place Study for Iredell County | Politicians | Populated Places | Postmasters | Religious Institutions | Revolutionary Soldiers from Iredell County | Rowan County Committee of Safety (American Revolution) | Rowan County Regiment (Revolutionary War) | Schools |Sheriffs | Slave Owners | Slaves


Census Summary[2]

17905,430 18008,856 181010,972 182013,071
183014,918 184015,685 185014,719 186015,347
187016,931 188022,675 189025,462 190029,064
191034,315 192037,956 193046,693 194050,424
195056,303 196062,526 197072,197 198082,538
199092,931 2000122,660 2010159,437 2017 Est175,711

Map of Iredell County
Surrounding Counties

Populated Places

Iredell County Populated Places Categories
Barringer | Bethany | Chambersburg | Coddle Creek | Concord | Cool Springs | Davidson | Eagle Mills | Fallstown | New Hope | Olin Township | Sharpesburg | Shiloh | Statesville | Turnersburg | Union Grove
City, Towns and Unincorporated Communities (Unic)--Current and Historical (H)
Amity Hill (Unic) | Barium Springs (Unic) | Callahan (H) | Carstown (H) | Cool Springs | Davidson[3] | Eagle Mills (H) | Fallstown | Fort Dobbs (H) | Harmony | Houstonville (Unic)| Love Valley | Mooresville | Mount Mourne (Unic)| New Hope | Olin (Unic)| Pisgah | Rocky Creek | Scotts (Unic)| Shepherds | Statesville (City, County Seat) | Statesville West | Stony Point (CDP)[4] | Troutman | Turnersburg (Unic)| Union Grove (Unic)
Neighboring Counties (Date Created) see also Formation of NC Counties
Alexander (1847) | Cabarrus (1792) | Catawba (1842) | Davie (1836) | Lincoln (1779) | Mecklenburg (1762) | Rowan (1753) | Wilkes (1777) | Yadkin (1850)
Historical Towns
Former Iredell County Towns that are now part of other counties (county, period that they were in Iredell)
Mount Pisgah (Alexander, 1817-1849), Spring Grove (Rowan, 1818-1847), Stony Point (Alexander, 1826-1849), Zion (Yadkin, 1830-1856). Taylorsville (aka James Cross Roads, Alexander, 1847-1847), Spring Grove (Rowan, 1818-1847 1855-1883), Tulin (Cabarrus, 1856-1870), Catawba Station (Catawba, 1856-1859), Elk Shoal (Alexander, 1875-1881), Grade (Alexander, 1882-1883), Evalin (Wilkes, 1884-1906)

Iredell County Addresses

Courthouse: Iredell County Courthouse
221 East Water St
P O Box 904
Statesville, NC 28677
Phone: 704-872-7468

Register of Deeds has birth, marriage and death, burial and land records
Clerk Superior Court has divorce records from 1820 and court records from 1788

Register of Deeds:
201 Water Street
Statesville, NC 28687
Phone: 704-872-7468
Fax: 704-878-5426

Clerk Superior Court
221 East Water Street
Statesville, NC 28677
Phone: (704) 832-6600

County Seat: Statesville

Genealogical Society Of Iredell County
PO Box 946
Statesville 28687

Genealogical Society-Iredell
200 S Center St
Statesville, NC 28677
Telephone Number: 704-878-5384

Genealogy Sources


  • Iredell Piedmont County, by Homer M. Keever, with illustrations by Louise Gilbert and maps by Mildred Jenkins Miller, published for the Iredell County Bicentennial Commission by Brady Printing Company from type set by the Statesville Record and Landmark, copyright, November 1976, by Homer M. Keever. See Iredell, Piedmont County for more details.
  • From Stirling to Sterling, the Bicentennial History of New Sterling Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, by Mildred Miller, Edited by Dr. Peggy Byers Gray and Robert Ernest Mize, published in 1987, published by The Delmar Company. See Space:From Stirling to Sterling
  • Iredell County Genealogy Resources in Wikitree
  • The Heritage of Iredell County, 1980, published by the Genealogical Society of Iredell County, PO Box 946, Statesville, North Carolina 28677, ISBN 0-89459-087-1, 642 pages with index, See also Space:The Heritage of Iredell County
  • The Heritage of Iredell County, NC Vol II - 2000, published by the Genealogical Society of Iredell County, PO Box 946, Statesville, North Carolina 29866, LC # 00-110956, 574 pages with index, See also Space:The Heritage of Iredell County
  • Iredell County on Wikipedia
  • SCHNEIDER, Lois M. P., C.G.R.S "Inventory of the Estate Papers of Iredell County, North Carolina, 1788-1915"


Space:Iredell County, North Carolina, One Place Study Metrics


  1. Wikitree doesn't allow County Place Studies to be One Place Studies but this is actually a one place study focusing on the period prior to 1800
  2. #Wikipedia
  3. parts in Mecklenburg County
  4. Census Designated place in Iredell and Alexander Counties

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Iredell County Courthouse
Iredell County Courthouse

Iredell County Veterans
Iredell County Veterans

33 Patriots of Centre Prebyterian Church
33 Patriots of Centre Prebyterian Church