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Re: What was Scots port of entry in 1700s ?
Posted by: John Burleson (ID *****5515) Date: April 15, 2013 at 22:26:51
In Reply to: What was Scots port of entry in 1700s ? by Graham Louer of 38507

Graham, Most of the early Scots of NC entered the port of Wilmington and then settled up the Cape Fear River. They were numerous in Bladen, Hoke, Cumberland, Richmond and Scotland Counties. Prior to the American Revolutionary War, Flora McDonald and many other Scots settled in Anson Co. the part that is Montgomery today.
John


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