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Orange County, N.C. Ejectments - Vol. 1 - (1787-1814) By Stewart Dunaway
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Ejectment was a legal process to verify ownership of land via title. This legal process changed into a process where people could check if you had clear title, making the current resident –... More > prove ownership. If you could not, you were ejected. NEW INDEX - NEW computer plats for a number of ejectments.< Less
Orange County, N.C. - Suspended Land Grants (1782-1808) By Stewart Dunaway
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Suspended land grants are records dealing with conflicts over "vacant land". These records are for Orange County, NC. This book contains images of the original documents, including a... More > transcript so that names and locations can be indexed. These original records are in the State Archives (Raleigh) - but are not cataloged on an individual basis.< Less
Rockingham County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records (1789-1926) By Stewart Dunaway
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Rockingham County was formed in 1785, from the northern part of Guilford County. It is important to understand Guilford County first. Guilford was formed from PART of Orange County (western 9.5... More > miles) and part of Rowan County – which butted the western edge of Orange – in 1752/53. In 1771, Guilford was formed as a large rectangle – from VA-NC boundary to the north – extending to Lord John Carteret, Earl Granville boundary to the south (lat 35, 34 min). This became Rockingham, Guilford, and Randolph County. What most people do not understand is – Orange County’s western boundary and Rowan Co. eastern boundary was located about 9.5 miles east of today’s Rockingham-Caswell Co. line – and from VA to Earl Granville line to the south. That is why Orange and to be reduced in size. THEREFORE – if you see William Churton’s grants on Troublesome Creek – plated in “Orange County” you will understand why – since that was the very extreme western edge of Orange.< Less
Florida Land Grant Atlas - Vol 6 (West Florida) By Stewart Dunaway
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This book contains images of the original surveys for the state of Florida – focusing on West Florida. This Range surveys occurred in the 1840s, and include references to all the grantees. This... More > book contains modern maps showing the individual Range survey. IN addition, I have overlaid the old survey and the new modern map to assist researchers in locating old landmarks, roads, etc. Included in this book are grantees for each Range. The data is in alpha and Section order to allow genealogists locating families and land. A detailed index is provided with individuals sorted by Last, First name. When certain Range maps warrant further detail the author has cropped the images to show details (roads, springs, some houses etc.) Supplement surveys are also included. This volume includes several springs (Homosassa, Weeke Wachee) Indian War items (Dade’s Massacre, Fort McClure, Coocachatti Town) and other areas of details (Eden Baptist Church 1850s). Also Crystal River and "The Villages"< Less
Guilford County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records - Vol. 2 (1784-1959) By Stewart Dunaway
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Guilford County was formed in 1771, from the southern parts of Orange County and Rowan County. Today, if you were to measure 9-miles west from the Guilford-Alamance County line you would locate the... More > 1752 Orange-Rowan line. Thus, 9-miles of the eastern part of Guilford County, originally was in Orange. Then in 1779, the bottom of Guilford County was separated forming Randolph Co. Then in 1785, the northern part of Guilford is also removed – creating Rockingham Co. Miscellaneous land records are a “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, etc. This two-box collection is actually placed in alphabetical order and not date order. Therefore, Box 1 is “A-L” and Box 2 “M-Z” both boxes span the years of 1784 to 1959. This is the second and last box or records for this county, and contains more of the usual “odds and ends” that reside in a miscellaneous collection. Guilford County also has 4-box collection of Ejectments (land disputes) of which only the oldest box is currently planned to be transcribed.< Less
North Carolina Land Grant Entry Book - Orange County - Vol 1 By Stewart Dunaway
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This book (Vol 1 of 2) contains images of the original Land Grant entry book for Orange County, North Carolina for 1778. This volume contains 1000 land grant entries per this audit, as requested in... More > 1795. The original book can be found at the State Archives (Raleigh). However, the original book has no indexing (other than Entry#). This book contains detailed indexing. Thanks to spread sheets, the transcribed data can be sorted and from exporting this information, detailed indexing is provided. Also some statistical analysis was accomplished, including graphs for these 1000 grants. Volume 2 contains the comparison data of all 1800 grants, thus summarizing Vol 1 and 2. *UPDATED Oct 2012* New indexing - last name, first name.Updated 2014 - errata - one image of the original book was missing (NOT the actual information) - just the image.< Less
Florida Land Grant Atlas - Vol 3 (South Central Florida) By Stewart Dunaway
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This book contains images of the original surveys for the state of Florida – focusing on SOUTH Central Florida. Also, this book contains modern maps showing the individual Range survey. IN... More > addition, I have overlaid the old survey and the new modern map to assist researchers in locating old landmarks, roads, etc. Also, included in this book are grantees for each Range. The data is in alpha and Section order to allow genealogists locating families and land. A detailed index is provided with individuals sorted by Last, First name. When certain Range maps warrant further detail the author has cropped the images to show details (roads, springs, some houses etc.) Supplement surveys are also included. For those people who know their specific Ranges and Townships – this book covers TS 25S, Range 24-39E to TS 30 (same ranges).Covering All of Osceola County and PARTS of Polk and Brevard counties. Several forts are included.< Less
Florida Land Grant Atlas - Vol 1 (Central Florida) By Stewart Dunaway
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This book contains images of the original surveys for the state of Florida – focusing on Central Florida. This Range surveys occurred in the 1843-55 era, and include references to all the... More > grantees. Also this book contains modern maps showing the individual Range survey. IN addition, I have overlaid the old survey and the new modern map to assist researchers in locating old landmarks, roads, etc. Also included in this book are grantees for each Range. The data is in alpha and Section order to allow genealogists locating families and land. A detailed index is provided with individuals sorted by Last, First name. When certain Range maps warrant further detail the author has cropped the images to show details (roads, springs, some houses etc.) Supplement surveys are also included. For those people who know their specific Ranges and Townships – this book covers TS 19S, Range 24-36E to TS 24 (same ranges). The intent is to cover Orange County and some of Lake Co. Seminole Springs added.< Less
Guilford County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records - Vol. 1 (1784-1959) By Stewart Dunaway
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Guilford County was formed in 1771, from the southern parts of Orange County and Rowan County. Today, if you were to measure 9-miles west from the Guilford-Alamance County line you would locate the... More > 1752 Orange-Rowan line. Thus, 9-miles of the eastern part of Guilford County, originally was in Orange. Then in 1779, the bottom of Guilford County was separated forming Randolph Co. Then in 1785, the northern part of Guilford is also removed – creating Rockingham Co. Miscellaneous land records are a “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, etc. This two-box collection is actually placed in alphabetical order and not date order. Therefore, Box 1 is “A-L” and Box 2 “M-Z” both boxes span the years of 1784 to 1959. Guilford County also has 4-box collection of Ejectments (land disputes) of which only the oldest box is currently planned to be transcribed.< Less
Jones County, N.C. - Road, Bridge, and Mill Records (1802-1898) By Stewart Dunaway
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Jones County was formed in 1779 from Craven County. Jones county was never subdivided, therefore the reader may use the Craven County records for locating older era names and road routes (already... More > transcribed by this author).Jones County Road, Bridge and Mill Records are found in the miscellaneous county records for Jones County. This location usually infers a very small collection, which is certainly true here. However, some counties didn’t preserve any of their records, especially mill records, of which there are two mills included in this book. In addition I located a couple of sheets of papers dealing with clerk fees which document the Ordinary licenses (typically Ordinary bonds are preserved), which is included here – as the old 18th century records. The Road and Bridge records are contained in two folders, dating from 1847 to 1898. The mill folder has two mills both from 1808.< Less

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