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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
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
Proprietor Grants of North Carolina - A Collection of Original Grants (1672-1728) By Stewart Dunaway
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This book contains images of ORIGINAL Proprietor Grants. These rare (and early) grants were found in a number of manuscript collections across the State of N.C. - Each grant has a computer generated... More > plat (if possible) showing the land and associated streams, corners etc. This book includes an in depth review of the Proprietors history - as well as their petition to the King to sell him back their interest. All but one Proprietor agreed with the King, and Lord John Carteret will become Earl Granville and then have his one-eighth ownership allocated to him in North Carolina. This will be known as the Granville District - and the Granville Land Grants. NOTE: THIS BOOK IS NOT A COMPLETE REFERENCE to all 3,400 grants. M. Hofmann has already published a book of abstracts for all these records. However, NO original grants or survey plats were included.< Less

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