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Early miscellaneous land records of Georgia

compiled by Christine Aldridge
Aldridge, Christine (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Nacogdoches, Texas : Partin Publications, c1994
[146 p.]

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Contains Augusta land petitions 1744-1773; list of St. Paul parish land owners 1747-1777; Jefferson county deeds 1777-1798; and deeds of Barbour (Ala.) 1846-1862 with items referring to Georgia 1846-1862. Contains also land lotteries for the counties of Dooly for 1818-1851; of Gwinnett and Irwin for 1820-1846; of Jefferson for 1825; of counties Lee, Talbot, Troup and Warren for 1827; and of counties Bulloch, Elbert, Greene, Hall and Houston for 1832.

Land lottery lists provide names of Revolutionary soldiers, their widows, and the county of residence.

Contains notes concerning each county's origin and their county seats.

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