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  2. Lenoir, North Carolina - Wikipedia › wiki › Lenoir,_North_Carolina

    History Lenoir was established in 1841 and incorporated in 1851. The city was named for Revolutionary War general and early North Carolina statesman William Lenoir, who settled north of present-day Lenoir. His restored home, Fort Defiance, is a tourist attraction.

  3. History of Lenoir County – Lenoir County, North Carolina ... › about-lenoir-county › history

    Lenoir County History. The land area known today as Lenoir County was first part of Bath, then Craven County, then Johnston County, and then Dobbs County and finally in 1791 Lenoir County was chartered. Lenoir County’s County Seat, Kinston, was established in 1762 as “Kingston” and today is among the oldest cities in the state of North Carolina. The first court house in what is now Lenoir County was erected in 1779.

  4. History, Seal, & Flag. The City of Lenoir, North Carolina, is centrally located in Caldwell County, 65 miles northwest of Charlotte and 61 miles northeast of Asheville, North Carolina at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Named after Revolutionary War hero William Lenoir, the City was established by the North Carolina Legislature as the County seat in 1841 and incorporated in 1851.

  5. Lenoir - Our Story - Downtown Lenoir, NC › our-story

    In 1775, Fort Grider was established on land owned by Frederick Grider. It stood on the site of the former Lenoir High School campus. Encampment occurred here on Sept 29, 1780 during the pivotal Kings Mountain campaign of 1780. In fact, Thomas Jefferson said the battle at Kings Mountain was the “turning of the tide” in the American Revolution.

  6. Lenoir County | NCpedia › geography › lenoir

    Lenoir County, located in North Carolina's Coastal Plain region, was formed from no-longer-extant Dobbs County in 1791. It was named for General William Lenoir, a prominent Revolutionary War hero, Speaker of the State Senate, and trustee of the University of North Carolina.

  7. Lenoir County, North Carolina Genealogy Guide › northcarolina › lenoir-county

    Lenoir County, North Carolina was created on December 4, 1791 from Dobbs County. This county was named for William Lenoir (1751–1839), a captain in the American Revolutionary War who took part in the Battle of Kings Mountain .

  8. Lenoir and Caldwell County History, Founded by Bill Tate ... › Lenoir-and-Caldwell-County

    Lenoir and Caldwell County History, Founded by Bill Tate. In 1966 a large home, The Bible House on South Main St was DISMANTLED and among other things, a bottle from a whiskey distillery in Statesville NC and a Document from North Carolina Home Insurance Company signed by J Mason Spainhour. I have never heard of this hose and wonder if its parts are still stored somewhere.

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  9. Lenoir and Caldwell County History, Founded by Bill Tate ... › Lenoir-and-Caldwell-County

    The Center Theater on West St apx 1943. Joey Hoyle was kind enough to give us some living history of the Lenoir land mark from its hay-day: I just talked to Art Farmer, the third and final manager of the Center. He said a man named Dwana Stallings managed the theater first when it opened in 1941 and it was owned by ABC, yep, ABC.

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