Bath County, North Carolina
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Bath County is an extinct county formerly located in the state of North Carolina. The county was established in 1696 and was abolished in 1739. Bath was a stopping place of Edward Teach, better known as the pirate Blackbeard. He is said to have married a local girl and briefly settled in the harbor town of Bath around 1716.
Table of Extinct NC counties
|Albemarle County||1664||1689||Partitioned into Chowan County, Currituck County, Pasquotank County, and Perquimans County|
|Bath County||1696||1739||Renamed as Craven County|
|Bute County||1764||1779||Partitioned into Franklin County and Warren County|
|Dobbs County||1758||1791||Partitioned into Greene County, Lenoir County, and Wayne County|
|Tryon County||1768||1779||Partitioned into Lincoln County and Rutherford County|
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