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There are 100 counties in North Carolina.
- Albemarle County, extinct 1689
- Bath County, extinct after 1724
- Bute County, divided into Franklin and Warren counties in 1779
- Clarendon County, abandoned by 1667
- Dobbs County, abolished in 1791
- Glasgow County, renamed Greene County in 1799
- Pamtecough (or Pamticough) County, renamed Beaufort County in 1712
- Tryon County, divided into Lincoln and Rutherford Counties in 1779.
Historical U.S. County Boundaries (1629-2000). Scholars' Lab. University of Virginia Library. http://www.lib.virginia.edu/scholarslab/resources/counties/
10 October 2012