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A bicentennial salute to the descendants of Willoughby Prescott of Carteret County, North Carolina : born ca.1750, died 1829

by Fannie Lee Prescott, Adell Taylor Prescott, Clarence Ray Prescott ; revised and reprinted by Adell Taylor Prescott
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English
Greenville, North Carolina : A.T. Prescott, c1980
ix, 283, A-79 & B-79, a-i p. : geneal. tables.

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Includes index.

Includes Barker, Bell, Pelletier, Rhue, Roberts, Thomas and related families.

"Addenda to ... 26 October 1988 by Adell Taylor Prescott:" A1-A8 leaves inserted after t.p., as well as other widely interspersed pages.

Willoughby Prescott (ca.1750-1829) served with the Revolutionary Army with troops from Onslow County, North Carolina, and was captured at Charleston, South Carolina. He was paroled after peace was concluded and returned to Carteret County to marry Mary Weeks before June 1782. Descendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Texas, Washington, D.C., New York and elsewhere. Includes some proven ancestry and much probably ancestry in North Carolina, Virginia, New England and elsewhere back to the early 1600s.

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