Huguenots settle White Oak River area in Carteret County 1707

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Huguenots settle White Oak River area in Carteret County 1707 - In 1707 a second party of French-Huguenots...
In 1707 a second party of French-Huguenots French-Huguenots French-Huguenots who had been driven over to the James River settlement in Virginia Virginia on account of the French Revolution, Revolution, came to North Carolina, some settled on Neuse and Trent rivers, and they afterwards came over Into Carteret Carteret and what Is now known as Onslow., Onslow., in 1711 the settlement had extended extended as far as White Oak river, which now divides Carteret form Ons- Ons- iow ana Jones. The French in 1630 had settled la Pamlico. In 1707 they came to the Neuse and Trent rivers and about that time or later came over Into Carteret.

Clipped from The Morning Post30 Nov 1902, SunPage 6

The Morning Post (Raleigh, North Carolina)30 Nov 1902, SunPage 6
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