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In 1663 North Carolina was granted to eight of the political friends
of the recently restored King of England, Charles II. These men, known
as the Lords Proprietors of Carolina, promoted the settlement of this state.
Settlers from Virginia began to push into the Albemarle region of eastern
Carolina. As this area became inhabited some of the more adventurous settlers
pushed southward and by the 1690's settlers had begun to appear on the
Pamlico River. In 1696 the county of Bath was established and in 1705 the
present Beaufort County was established as Pampticough precinct. -By: Herbert
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