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The official PCFR mailing list is in place, sponsored by the time-honored folks at Rootsweb. Please read the guidelines, and join us in the exchange of vital information pertinent to genealogical research in Pitt County, NC. Welcome!

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PCFR List Rules and Guidelines

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Created: Mar. 4, 1999. Updated Dec. 4, 2004.