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Martin County, North Carolina
The county was formed in 1774 from the southeastern part of Halifax County and the western part of Tyrrell County.
It was named for Josiah Martin, the last royal governor of North Carolina (1771-1775).
Populated Places: Williamston, Robersonville, Jamesville, Bear Grass, Oak City, Everetts, Parmele, Hamilton, Hassell.
The county seat is Williamston.