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23281
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Pine Forest Rest Home in Northampton County is important to the community and the building, which used to be a school, is a historical icon.
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38347
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Allen Jones, an Edgecombe County native, educated at Eton College in England, elected a member of the colonial assembly 1773-75 and was a Brigadier General in the militia in the Revolution. He served in the NC Senate and was a delegate to the Continental Congress in 1779-80. He died at his plantation, ‘Mount Gallant,’ in Northampton Co., NC.
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38551
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The author gives a detailed chain of title and history of the house located near Rich Square, Northampton County, NC. It was probably a part of the Underground Railroad.