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Re: History Wake County
Posted by: Walter Broadwell Jr. Date: July 28, 1999 at 17:49:06
In Reply to: History Wake County by Walter Broadwell Jr. of 1372

New information it was call Mil Burnie and was located in the South East part of Wake county 1700-1800 was a small town had a Post office at one time.

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