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Abstracts of the eighteenth century deed books, Franklin County, Virginia

Sara Motisher Beck

Abstracts of the eighteenth century deed books, Franklin County, Virginia

by Sara Motisher Beck

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Published by Franklin County Bicentennial Commission in Rocky Mount, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Franklin County (Va.),
  • Virginia,
  • Franklin Co.
    • Subjects:
    • Civilization, Modern -- 18th century -- Sources.,
    • Deeds -- Virginia -- Franklin Co.,
    • Franklin County (Va.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesEighteenth century Franklin County deeds.
      Statementprepared by Sara Motisher Beck ; introd. by Anne Carter Lee ; cover by Elizabeth Eaton Moore.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF232.F7 B4
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4439807M
      LC Control Number79101072

      Deed Books, , of Frederick County Court. The deed book records the name of the grantor and grantee, the residence of both individuals and the description of property being sold or transferred. The volumes have indexes which contains the first and last names of both parties. Deed Books and Indices to Deeds for Franklin County can be found on microfilm at the Library of Virginia. Consult A Guide to Virginia County and City Records on Microfilm. Additional Franklin County Land Records can be found on microfilm at The Library of Virginia web site.

      Franklin Co VA - Deeds: Abstracts of 18th Century Deed Books, Franklin County VA, Vol I: Beck, Sara Motisher: Franklin Co VA - Deeds: Abstracts of Bath County, Virginia Will Books 5 and 6 () Cochran, Holly Wanless: Bath County, Virginia: Abstracts of Essex County, New Jersey, Partitions and Divisions of Estates [Orange County Virginia Deed B Dorman, pg. 53]. (Note: "Halfway Creek" is a tributary of the James River that enters the Borden Tract at its lower end). 16 February - Land Survey for Nathaniel Evins (Evans) for acres "on the Halfway Creek, by Thomas Lewis, Surveyor. [Orange County Virginia Deed B Dorman, pg. 53].

      Abstracts of the 18th Century Deed Books, Franklin County, Virginia Deed Book I () Deed Book II () Franklin County, Deed Book I, p Aug Daniel Shumate (Greenbrier Co.) to Jacob Miller (Bedford Co.) acres on the North Fork of Blackwater a part of acres surveyed for James Rentfroe.   Virginia Century Farm Program: A list of Isle of Wight farms that have been in the same family for at least years. Miscellaneous Court Records from the William & Mary Quarterly: From the USGenWeb Archives Special Collections Project.


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Abstracts of the eighteenth century deed books, Franklin County, Virginia by Sara Motisher Beck Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the 18th century the treasury right was established whereby land could be purchased. The office of the Secretary of the Colony continued to act as the official channel for the legal distribution of land until the establishment of the Virginia Land Office on J OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Eighteenth century Franklin County deeds.

Includes indexes. Description: volumes ; 28 cm: Contents: v. Deed book I ( Abstracts of the eighteenth century deed books, Franklin County, Virginia by Sara Motisher Beck,Franklin County Bicentennial Commission edition, in English.

Citation: Sara Motisher Beck, Abstracts of the Eighteenth Century Deed Books Franklin County, Virginia Volume 1 (Rocky Mount, Virginia, Franklin County Bicentennial Virginia book, ), p. DB # 2, pp.25 Jan William Ryan (Fr. Co.) & Sarah his wife to George Spangler (Fr. Co.) £ glmv.

acres. Notes by W.S. Morton, Farmville, Va., from the Records of Prince Edward County; Abstracts of Prince George [Record] Book; Prince William County Records Recently Discovered; Prince William County Notes; Richmond County Deeds; Abstracts from Stafford County, Va., Deed Book, ; Records of Warwick County, Va.

Payne Records from Westmoreland. Franklin County Records provided by Mark Arslan: 2: Abstracts of the Eighteenth Century Deed Books: Franklin County, Virginia, Volume 1, Deed Book I () Deed Book II (); prepared by Sara Motisher Beck, Franklin County Bicentennial Commission, College Street, Rocky Mount, Virginia 3.

This collection consists of Virginia will records extracted from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the William and Mary College Quarterly, and Tyler's Quarterly. The collection is organized by county, and includes a detailed table of contents at the beginning of the book, as well as a name index at the back of the book.

"Abstracts of the 18th Century Deed Books, Franklin County, Virginia" -- Vol. 1 (Deed Book I covers ); Vol. 2 (Deed Book II covers ). $25 per volume (add $ per book shipping).

Loose leaf in heavy "school type" three-ring notebook for. From Juanita Sigmon Halstead's THE SIGMONS OF VIRGINIA, and from ABSTRACTS OF THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY DEED BOOKS FRANKLIN COUNTY, VIRGINIA, Volume 1, Deed Book I () and Deed Book II (), prepared by Sara Motisher BECK, Franklin County History Project,I find that Peter SIGMON.

Franklin County Land Records. Abstracts of eighteenth century deed books, Franklin County, Virginia Family History Library. Franklin County, Va. -- heritage full name indexed Family History Library.

Franklin County, Virginia: [deed books] WorldCat General index to deeds, ; deeds, Family History Library. County land records are not included in this database.

Note that there are a small numbers of non-land records included, such as bills of sale for slaves (e.g., George, Negro, Book H-West Jersey, folio ) and lists of new arrivals to the colony (e.g., Governor Gawen Lawrie, Book A, folio ).

Results are limited to records per search. The Office of the Clerk of Circuit Court is where all documents (deeds, deeds of trust, etc.) involving property transactions in the County are recorded. Recording fees may be paid by cash, check or with a VISA or MASTERCARD credit/debit card.

A convenience fee of. { Abstracts of the Eighteenth Century Deed Books, Franklin County, Virginia, Vol. 2, Deed Book III (} *DB#3 PP June 24 DEED CONROAD (Conard) Plaster (Fr., Co.) to WILLIAM MAVITY JUNIOR (Fr Co.) #5 cmv.

81 am/l on the Branches of Pigg River& Nicholas's Creek the old line, Michael Reels line; William Griffths. They also indicate township and county boundaries and can include photos of county officers, landholders, and some buildings and homes. This database contains approximately 1, U.S.

county land ownership atlases from the Library of Congress’ Geography and. Abstracts of the eighteenth century deed books, Franklin County, Virginia by Sara Motisher Beck (2 times) Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills No.

and U.S. Census Franklin Co., VA Franklin Co., VA Will Book 4, pp and pp Sara Motisher Beck, Abstracts of the Eighteenth Century Deed Books Franklin County, Virginia Deed Book I () and Deed Book II () (Rocky Mount, VA: Franklin County History Project, ).

Abstracts of Virginia's Northern Neck Warrants and Surveys. () 5 vols. Portsmouth, Va.: P.S. Joyner,A useful guide to Virginia landowners in the early nineteenth-century, based on tax records, is: Land transactions after the original patent was issued have been recorded in county deed books.

Many independent. Matheny, John C. Highland County, Virginia Tombstone Inscriptions. p., ISLE OF WIGHT COLT^TY Boddie, John Bennett.

Seven t eenth Century Isle of Wight County, Virginia. Including Abstracts of County Records. () "Court Order of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, October Mayl" in Virginia Genealog ist, — Amelia County, Virginia Deed Bo 13 e book Amelia County, Virginia Deed Bo 16 e book Amelia County, Virginia Unrecorded Deeds, e book.

Under this system, anyone who paid his own way (or someone else's way) to Virginia received fifty acres of land. Millions of Virginia's acres were granted to individuals under this system in the s and s.

Approximat abstracts of selected deeds for Spotsylvania County () are. Abstracts of eighteenth Century Deed books of Franklin County, Virginia: Db # 1 Oct, Wit: Peter Gearheart and Charles Minnix, mentions beside Charles Menix conditional line on Hatchet Run.

↑ Abstracts of Eighteenth Century Deed Books, Franklin County, Vol. I, Deed Books 1 &2, andPrepared by Sara Motisher Beck, Franklin County Bicentennial Commission, Rocky Mount, VA,p.

; Deed Book 2, p.20 June ; James Slone witnessed deed from Richard Bandy to John Hook.Recorded October 2, Abstracts of the Eighteenth Century Deed Books, Franklin County, Virginia, Volume 1, Deed Book I (), Deed Book II (), prepared by Sara Motisher Beck, introduction by Anne Carter Lee, cover by Elizabeth Eaton Moore,pg Deed Book #1, pp.

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