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Beaufort County, North Carolina deed book I, 1696-1729 : records of Bath County [old], North Carolina

by Allen Hart Norris ; edited by John H. Oden
Books/Monographs
English
Washington, North Carolina : Beaufort County Geneal. Society, c2003
224 p. : maps.

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The catalog entry for the original deed book 1 may be accessed from this record (see "References").

Includes full-name, African American, & women's 1st name indexes.

Also includes maps (most 18th century) of the old Bath Town (now just Bath) area, some with landowner names.

Includes historical look, using genealogical information, at Black Beard the Pirate whose actual name may have been James Beard. This information was originally published in the August 2002 issue of “The North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal.” Included with this vol. is supplemental information to the Journal article.

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