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Emigrants brought to Bath County, North Carolina, for which land was granted to the person bringing them, or inducing them to come.
September, 1701

Transcribed by AwesomeGenealogy.com January 2004
Source: New World Immigrants page 437
By: Tepper 1980

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Bath County was formed from the territory south of Albermarle and north of the Pamtecough in 1696.

September, 1701 by Nathaniel Chevin

Davis, Edward
Davis, Susanna
Brown, Wm.
Fulton, Samuel
Early, Thomas
Wiggins, Wm.
Hanley, Wm.
Edwards, Thomas
Hardee, John
Brown, John
Ellis, Wm.

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