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Maj. Reading BLOUNT
Lucy HARVEY
Husband:  Reading BLOUNT
Birth:  22 Feb 1757, Blount Hall, New Bern Dist. [now Pitt Co.], NC
Death:  13 Oct 1807, Bellefont, near Washington, Beaufort Co., NC
Disposition:  buried in family plot, Bellefont 
Father:  Capt. Jacob BLOUNT
Mother:  Barbara GRAY
Marriage:  4 Feb 1794, Home of John Gray Blount, Washington, Beaufort Co., NC
Residence:  Bellefont,  near Washington, Beaufort Co., NC
Wife:  Lucy HARVEY
Death:  1818, Bellefont, near Washington, Beaufort Co., NC
Disposition:  buried in family plot, Bellefont
Father:  Col. Miles HARVEY
Children:
nine
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, North Carolina

Sources: 

1.  Helen M. Blount Prescott.  1902.  Blount and Blunt.  Press of W.F. Roberts, Washington, DC.  [This is not a book, but a one-page pedigree chart.] 

2.  Pauline Worthy.  1979.  "Blount, Reading..." Pages 180-181 in William S. Powell, ed.  Dictionary of North Carolina Biography.  Vol. 1.  University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, NC.  Worthy cites the following sources:

a.  American Historical Magazine.  Vol. 3.  1898.
b.  Samuel A'Court Ashe, ed.  1905.  Biographical History of North Carolina.  Vol. 1.  C.L. Van Noppen, Greensboro, NC.
c.  Blount Family Papers.  North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC.
d.  Archibald Henderson.  1923.  Washington's Southern Tour, 1791.  Houghton-Mifflin, New York, NY.
e.  Frederick Anderson Berg.  1972.  Encyclopedia of Continental Army Units.  Stackpole, Harrisburg, PA.  Containing the "Secretary of War Report of Continental Army to Congress"  by Henry Knox.
f.  Alice Barnwell Keith & W.H. Masterson, eds.  1952-1965. The John Gray Blount Papers.  3 vols.  State Dept. of Archives and History, Raleigh, NC.
g.  William Henry Powell.  1900.  List of Officers of the Army of the United States from 1779 to 1900.  L.R. Hamersly, New York, NY.
h.  Proceedings of the First Meeting of the Society of the Cincinnati.  The Society Museum, Washington, DC.
i.  Hugh F. Rankin.  1971.  The North Carolina Continentals.  University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, NC.
j.  Papers of Lida T. Rodman.  North Carolina State Archives, Raleigh, NC.
k.  Phillips Russell.  [1965.] North Carolina in the Revolutionary War.  [Heritage, Charlotte, NC facsimile reprint of the original].
l.  Marilu Smallwood.  1966.  Related Royal Families.  [appears to be self-published]
m.  Memorabilia of Mrs. Louise Nutt Myers Weston, Washington, N.C.
3.  Emails from Kyle VanLandingham.

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