Walkertown Area Historical Society logo, Artist Daniel Baird
The mission of the Walkertown Area Historical Society, Inc. is to research, organize and preserve the history of Walkertown, North Carolina and the surrounding areas. This society will seek to communicate the story of Walkertown's rich history. Meetings are open to anyone interested in attending.
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Archived WAHS Events & News
September, 2012
WAHS Won Blue Ribbon at Dixie Classic Fair!
September 28, 2012 the Walkertown Area Historical Society's booth won first place in the Educational category at the Dixie Classic Fair in Winston-Salem. We received a blue ribbon and $200. Thanks to Daniel Bowles, Caroline Jones, Wayne Biby, Carol Fuller and Mike Morris for creating the prize-winning booth!
The State Library of North Carolina and the State Archives looking for records in family Bibles.
The library and archives are especially interested in Bibles that include records with dates before 1913. That's because a statewide vital records law took effect that year, meaning that previous to 1913, family records were the best way to keep track of births, deaths, marriages and other important dates.

The two agencies have created a digital collection called North Carolina Family Records online, which transcribes and digitizes nearly 220 family Bible records and the six-volume "Marriage and Death Notices from Raleigh Register and North Carolina State Gazeteer: 1799-1893."

Anyone interested in donating Bible records should contact Druscie Simpson at
Druscie.Simpson@ncdcr.gov
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