Beaufort County Wills and EstatesA panoramic view of the beautiful Pamlico River. Indians were in the territory by the 1650s, two Indian tribes, the Secotan Confederation and the Pomouik Nation (called Pamlico). The first white settlers were traders who resided along the Pamlico River, some of whom took Indian wives and learned the language. The area was named Pamtecough County in 1705. The name was changed in 1712. The town of Bath was the first county seat.
Beaufort County Wills and other County Records Available to Members of North Carolina Pioneers
- Williams, Thomas, LWT dated 1793
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