4 edition of North Carolina land grants in South Carolina found in the catalog.
North Carolina land grants in South Carolina
|LC Classifications||F253 .H64 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 184 p. :|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||80127490|
From this index, you can discover your ancestor’s name as well as the year, location, document description, and names of others mentioned in the document. This collection has been obtained from the South Carolina Department of Archives and History website. Additional information about the records can we found on the source’s website. The Walton War was an boundary dispute between the U.S. states of North Carolina and Georgia over the twelve-mile-wide strip of land called the Orphan Strip. The Orphan Strip was given to Georgia in Georgia and North Carolina thus had a shared border. Problems arose when Georgia established Walton County in the small piece of land, because the state Location: Transylvania County, North Carolina. specific aspects of South Carolina's colonial land grant system: (1) the memorials and (2) the validation of North Carolina grants below the boundary line.1 This quarter we present a more general over view of the process by which South Carolinians gained title to land from the crown before the American Revolution. A large percentage of. Carolina Land Grants, to By genealogy-quest | 7 May - pm | 4 May Land, North Carolina, South Carolina. 26 March Grant from the Proprietors of Carolina of 3, acres to Mary Biggs. Signed, Craven, Albemarle, Bath (for Lord Carteret), P. Colleton. 11 July
Revolutionary Soldiers and Patriots of Gaston County, North Carolina. AND NCC South Carolina Revolutionary War indents: a schedule by John Lennell Andrews, Jr. D NCC. The Loyalists in North Carolina during the Revolution. BOC NCC. Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants Awarded by State Governments, by Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck.
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Prior to this North Carolina had issued more than 1, grants for land in an area that is now South Carolina--in what are its present counties of Marlboro, Chesterfield, Lancaster, York, Chester, Union, Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Laurens, and Newberry, an area which was then thought to be in the North Carolina counties of Bladen, Anson, Mecklenburg, and Tryon/5(2).
A description of the land grant procedure in North Carolina beginning in [last update November ]. A description of the land grant procedure for land in Tennessee between and [last update November ].
Books about South Carolina Marriages (by Barbara R Langdon). Land grants -- North Carolina. North Carolina -- Genealogy.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint. Originally published: [Columbia, S.C.]: Holcomb, © Includes index. Description. This collection consists of records related to North Carolina land grants, which are organized first by county, then by certificate range.
Each land grant file consists of an envelope, or "shuck", on which summary information was recorded about the grant, as well as warrants, surveys, and other documents. High quality images of North Carolina Land Grant documents along with searchable data for genealogy and historical research.
WHAT'S HERE * Searchable data forland grants including names, dates and locations for years through * Included in the total grants issued by North Carolina in what is now Tennessee * Images of all existing Land Patent Books with complete metes and bounds for each patent - nowhere else online.
* Images of loose documents (surveys. The nine states that awarded bounty lands in their western reserves or on their western borders (directly affecting the future states of Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Ohio, and Tennessee) are Connecticut, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia.
State of North Carolina Sampson County Registered in the Registrars Office at the aforesaid County on Page and Book N this 8th day of November OWEN HOLMES Registrar. 20 Oct Book 8, Pages Leighton Turner, 10 Sep MEAL TURNER to ABNER FORT for land State of North Carolina Sampson County.
online images.names. 13, places. 17, topics. Just take me to the search page. South Carolina Department of Archives and History. North Carolina Land Grants in South Carolina (soft cover)$ plus mailing. These are grants issue by North Carolina in the then counties of Bladen, Anson, Mecklenburg, and Tryon, which fell into South Carolina after the border surveys of and Two Tax Lists Ninety Six District, South Carolina,by Brent H.
Holcomb. Land Grants and the Recruitment of Settlers to the Carolina Colony. Land grants were also given to individuals on a much more modest scale. A recipient, in exchange for a land grant, was obliged to pay each year an established rent (called a quitrent), either nominal, such as peppercorn or Indian arrows, or real in the form of sterling or produce.
Holcomb, Brent H. North Carolina Land Grants in South Carolina. Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., Free Name Search; publisher's bookstore: ; FHL Book R28n. Volumes.
are for years for Anson, Mecklenburg, and Tyron counties). Charleston Office Records [edit | edit source]. Collection Number: Collection Title: North Carolina Land Grants and Deeds, ; This is a finding aid.
It is a description of archival material held in the Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically. North Carolina Land Grants in South Carolina. Browse this collection. An Abstract of the records of all grants of land that have been made in the Province of South Carolina, from the first establishment of this Colony, specifying the names of the grantees, the time when each grant was made, the quantity of acres, and the quitrents, if any, reserved thereon and expressing the situation and location of each grant to 12 December Prior to this North Carolina had issued more than 1, grants for land in an area that is now South Carolina–in what are its present counties of Marlboro, Chesterfield, Lancaster, York, Chester, Union, Cherokee, Spartanburg, Greenville, Laurens, and Newberry, an area which was then thought to be in the North Carolina counties of Bladen, Anson, Mecklenburg, and Tryon.
Early McGRAW Land Grants in South Carolina Land records from the S.C. Department of Archives and History for McGRAW. Most were early land grants, some were grants from Revolutionary War service claims. Jan Carol McGraw Renner [ SC Archives Main Page] - [ US Archives] - [ The SCGenWeb Project].
List of Land Grants to Scottish Settlers: Colonial and State Records of North Carolina, Documenting the American South, UNC Libraries. Highland Heritage Scottish Americans in the American South, by Celeste Ray, UNC Press. North Carolina Land Records. USA (1,) > North Carolina (55,) > North Carolina Land Records () Statewide Land Records.
North Carolina Land Grant Files Ancestry. Colonial land entries in North Carolina Family History Library. Colonial petitions for land resurveys, some land warrantscaveats of land warrants in North Carolina.
South Carolina Land Records. USA (1,) > South Carolina (16,) > South Carolina Land Records () Statewide Land Records. Abstracts of South Carolina plats, Family History Library. Index to South Carolina land grants, Family History Library. Mortgage records, ; index, Family History Library.
North Carolina Land Grants in South Carolina. Search plats for state land grants from South Carolina. A-Z of record sets. South Carolina, Plats For State Land Grants From this index, you can discover your ancestor’s name as well as the year, location, document description, and names of.
From the Register of Deeds, Rowan County*, Booksat Salisbury, North Carolina. The Province of Carolina, embracing that territory which is at present North and South Carolina, and extending westward to the Pacific Ocean, was, under a grant issued by King Charles II of England, the property of eight Lords Proprietors.
Tennessee Land Grants, FS PLEASE NOTE: Indexes and digital images of the Library and Archives' North Carolina and Early Tennessee Land Records and North Carolina and Tennessee Revolutionary War Land Warrants can be found on 's Tennessee State Library and Archives web page.
Under copyright, so I can send you the results of a lookup, but not copy or scan pages. Untilthe border between North and South Carolina was disputed, and land grants were issued by four North Carolina counties (Anson, Bladen, Mecklenburg, and Tryon) for land that was subsequently deemed part of South Carolina.
MLS. Ashe Co. South Carolina Education Grants: Education is an important sector in South Carolina. The federal administration in South Carolina invest over $8, dollars every year in elementary and secondary institutions alone.
Education grants are made available for students or even teachers in South Carolina to finish and enhance their level. Originally published in the York County Genealogy Society, "The Quarterly" Dec.,Vol I, No. EARLY NORTH CAROLINA LAND GRANTS IN PRESENT DAY YORK COUNTY. The North Carolina-South Carolina boundary line was drawn in stages.
The line stretched to the east bank of the Catawba River in and was run on the west side in or warrants until she knew how much land North Carolina needed to satisfy the grants she had reserved in the cession act. Furthermore, much of the territory had already been taken up by entries, surveys, and grants issued prior to the Act of Cession.
On June 1, when Tennessee became a state, the conflict between Congress and North Carolina. Further evidence of Batts's activity in the vicinity is seen in the oldest surviving North Carolina land record.
Dated Septemand signed with the mark of Kiscutanewh, "King of Yausapin," it grants to Batts "all ye Land on ye southwest side of Pascotanck River, from ye mouth of ye sd, River to ye head of new Begin Creeke.". Reading land grants in North Carolina which uses Metes and Bounds Finding Land Grants using the North Carolina State Archives' Online Catalog (MARS) North Carolina Land and Property from the Wiki Why Use Deeds and Land Grants.
However, for warrants which had been issued priorNorth Carolina continued to give grants up to about ; Tennessee honored the North Carolina warrants until considerably later.
Surviving North Carolina military land warrants, and the copies of surveys and grants for which these were exchanged, are at the North Carolina State Archives. From the book "Colony of NORTH CAROLINA - " Abstracts of Land Patents Vols.
I & II. By Mrs. Margaret M. Hofmann In colonial North Carolina it was possible to obtain a grant of vacant land for importing people into the colony (called the headright grant) or to purchase vacant land from the government (a purchase grant).
About 36% of North Carolina’s grants were due to claims in county land offices and Washington County accounted for about 75% of the county files. There are about grants and loose surveys filed under 10 other counties or under “no county” because that’s the way the land was described when it was surveyed.
Royal Grants Book 5, Page [WH] The A land grant of Tobias LeCrown was located on Crims Cr., east side of St. Paul's Church. [CN/WH] South Carolina Council Journal, no. 20, pt. 2 p (South Carolina Archives) Petition for Laurence LeCrown for Land and Bounty.
Land granting continued in South Carolina until the Civil War, albeit at a slower pace as the amount of public land was declining. The office of surveyor general was abolished inand the practice of land granting virtually died out by Ackerman, Robert K.
South Carolina Colonial Land Policies. 96th District of South Carolina. The 96th District of South Carolina was a court district created on After the Treaty of DeWitt's Corner between South Carolina and the Cherokee Indians inthe land ceded soon became a part of the 96th District.
This land included all of present day Anderson County, the major part of present day. Author of North Carolina land grants in South Carolina, Union County, South Carolina Deed Abstracts, Some South Carolina county records, A guide to South Carolina genealogical research and records, Bute County, North Carolina land grant plats and land entries, Kershaw County, South Carolina, minutes of the county court,Death and.
New book by Jack Masters features North Carolina and Tennessee Land Grants on the Elk River in Southern middle Tennessee. transcribed Land Grants cover the period - All grants are placed on modern topographical maps for ease in location. North Carolina Secretary of State Land Records Land Records.
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North Carolina created Hawkins County from Spencer County in Land Grant files in North Carolina Archives ~ Secretary of State’s Files ~ The land grants are recorded in books.
The grant books are in the North Carolina Archives and are on microfilm. For each grant, there is a file that was assigned a number.The story of where we came from, how we got here, the land we settled and the society we created. While many pioneers planted deep roots in the Cumberland River Valley the majority continued to West Tennessee, down the Natchez Trace to Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, to Arkansas and Texas and ultimately to California and the west coast.The Granville District (or Granville's district) was an approximately mile wide strip of land in the North Carolina colony adjoining the boundary with the Province of Virginia, lying between north latitudes 35° 34' and 36° 30'.From untilthe District was held under control of the descendants of Sir George Carteret, one of the original Lords Proprietor of the Province of Carolina.