Historical Research Report
The Bonner House Vicinity of Bath,
Four Hundred Years Of Its History
Appendix A - Limited List of Joseph Bonner's Maritime Activities
Appendix B - Sample Price List of Naval Stores and other Commodities on the Washington Market
Appendix C - Joseph Bonner's Agricultural Production
Appendix D - Joseph Bonner's County Tax Information 1841-1874
Appendix E - Joseph Bonner's County Tax Information 1867-1915
Appendix F - Information on the naval stores industry in North Carolina as taken from
C.C. Crittenden's The Commerce of North Carolina, 1763-1789
Appendix G - Two letters of 1857 from Joseph Bonner to David L. Swain.
Appendix H - Bath Ordinance of 1919
Appendix I - Archaeological Survey by Bennie C. Keel (1964)
Appendix J - Archaeological Survey by John L. Mattson (1968)
Appendix A - John Lawson to Hannah Smith (1706)
Appendix B - John Drinkwater and Thomas Harding to Isabella Lawson (1717)
Appendix C - Isabella Lawson and John Chilley to John Jackson (1729)
Appendix D - Henry Crofton to Edward Hocut (1740)
Appendix E - James Calef to Edward Hout (1748)
Appendix F - Martha Hocut to William Mace (1752)
Appendix G - James Calef to John Watson and Alexander Cairnes (1754)
Appendix H - James Parkinson to Robert Palmer (1758)
Appendix I - Robert Palmer to Hill and Barrow (1786)
Appendix J - Sheriff John Kennedy to John Armstead (1788)
Appendix K - James Marsh et al. to John Mixon (1830)
Appendix L - John Mixon to Joseph Bonner (1830)
Appendix M - John Fry to John Watson and Alexander Cairnes (1754)
Appendix N - Thomas Ellison to Slade Pearce (1808)
Appendix O - William C. G. Carrington to Joseph Bonner (1830)
Appendix P - William O'Cain to Joseph Bonner (1831)
Appendix Q - Joseph Y. Bonner to County of Beaufort (1882)
Appendix R - L. R. Smith et all. to Dr. Joseph H. Norman (1942)
Appendix S - Heirs of Dr. Joseph H. Norman to Beaufort County Historical Society (1960)
Appendix T - Bryan Grimes, Commissioner, to Beaufort County Historical Society (1960)
Appendix U - Beaufort County Historical Society to State of North Carolina (1964)
Appendix A - Will of John Lawson (1708)
Appendix B - Will of Joseph Bonner (1872)
Appendix C - Will of Joseph Y. Bonner (1923)
Appendix D - Will of John Robert Bonner (1929) disallowed
Appendix A - Inventory of the estate of Joseph Bonner
Appendix B - Inventory of the estate of Joseph Y. Bonner
Appendix C - Inventory of the estate of John Robert Bonner
Appendix D - Inventory of Bonner House furnishings (1963)
Raleigh's Virginia, 1584-90
C.J. Sauthier map of Bath in 1769
Plan of Bath in 1766 (revised in 1807)
Map of the Pamlico River area in 1873
Detail of Pamlico River map showing the Jackson's Swamp area
Portion of a survey of Bath 1968
Historic Bath State Historic Site and the Town of Bath
Another version of the proceeding plan of Bath showing the lot owners
as of 1717.
Map of lands west and opposite Bath, 1837
Rosin yard and river boat Landing c. 1880s.
Interior of eastern North Carolina turpentine distillery c. 1890s.
Turpentine distillery in Sampson County in 1889.
View of Bath Bay and the Water (Main) Street side of the Bonner House in the 1910s or early 1920s.
Picture taken about 1905 showing the remains of the wharf formerly used by Joseph Y. Bonner.
Illustration of a naval stores facility in North Carolina c. 1847.
Wharf in front of the Bonner House in the 1890s.
Front view of a snow-covered Bonner House c. 1940s.
Rear view of the Bonner House in 1962.
Front view of the Bonner House taken from the southeast in 1962.
Western side of the Bonner House in 1962 showing the addition
to the rear chimney.
Eastern side of the Bonner House in 1962.
Entrance hall of the Bonner House in 1962.
Interior view of the Bonner House in 1962 showing a wood heating stove.
1960 photograph of an outbuilding which formerly stood to the rear of the Bonner House.
Another view (1962) of the outbuilding shown in previous photograph.
View of the cemetery to the rear of the Bonner House in 1964 with garage showing in the background.