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Indexes of deeds--Lee, Lea, Lay, Leigh--from counties of Tenn., Va., N. C.

compiled by Mrs. William E. Rowsey, Jr. ... Muskogee Chapter ... Daughters of the American Colonists
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Muskogee, Oklahoma : Mrs. W.E. Rowsey, Jr., 1982
19 leaves

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Entries under the surnames of Lee, Lea, Lay, Leigh in the general indexes to deeds in various counties in Tennessee, Virginia, and North Carolina--listing grantor, grantee, kind of deed, book number, page number, date, area and location--arranged (under each county) alphabetically by given name--covering deeds between 1756 and 1929.

Contents: Anderson County, Tenn. -- Halifax County, Va. -- Knox County, Tenn. -- Montgomery County, Va. -- Orange County, N.C. -- Rhea County, Tenn. -- Roane County, Tenn.

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