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[Index], Commonwealth's grants or patents [1779-1794, 1801 now in Kentucky]

Virginia. Land Office (Main Author)
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Richmond, Virginia : Filmed by the Virginia State Library Photographic Laboratory, 1949
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original records at Virginia State Land Office in Richmond, Virginia.

Contains index to patents in counties of Kentucky (v. A-L, 18), Lincoln (v. A-Z, 1-26), Jefferson (v. E-Z, 1-26), Fayette (v. H-Z, 1-26), Nelson (V-Z, 1-26), Bourbon (v. 14-26), Woodford (v. 22-25), Mercer (v. 18-26), Madison (v. 17-26), Mason (v. 23-26, 49), and the military district (v. A-Z, 1-29).

Under each county, record is arranged by volume and gives page number, patentee's name, date of patent, number of acres, and locality of land.

All counties and districts were originally in Virginia but are now in Kentucky.

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