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At the time Lumberton was incorporated the section of the Lumber River on which Lumberton is located was known as the "Drowning Creek", The name Lumberton was proposed by John Willis.Lumbee sounds like a "very good scottish nickname and follows the lumberTon or Lumbertown(wood,Lumber) pattern,not any mythical Indian name people"The river's high bluff was the launching point for thousands of logs floated down the river to Georgetown.some times you cannot just overlook the obvious for some "mythical romanticized theory".
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