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3 edition of Installments due for land, District South of French Broad & Holston, State of Tennessee, 1831 found in the catalog.

Installments due for land, District South of French Broad & Holston, State of Tennessee, 1831

George Fox

Installments due for land, District South of French Broad & Holston, State of Tennessee, 1831

Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, Knox, Sevier counties

by George Fox

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Published by G. and J. Fox in [Tennessee?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Land grants -- Tennessee, East,
  • Landowners -- Tennessee, East -- Registers,
  • Pioneers -- Tennessee, East -- Registers,
  • Tennessee, East -- Genealogy,
  • French Broad River Region (N.C. and Tenn.) -- Genealogy,
  • Holston River Region (Va. and Tenn.) -- Genealogy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementcompiled by George and Juanita Fox.
    GenreRegisters, Genealogy
    ContributionsFox, Juanita.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF442.1 .F674 2005
    The Physical Object
    Pagination76 p. :
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24065582M
    ISBN 100975404458
    ISBN 109780975404454
    LC Control Number2009459349

    Charles Spencer Smith p. Philadelphia Book Concern of the A.M.E. Church Call Number BX S65x (Dacus Library, Winthrop College, Rock Hill, SC). The electronic edition is a part of the UNC-CH digitization project, Documenting the American South. The text has been encoded using the recommendations for Level 4 of the TEI in Libraries Guidelines. A broad avenue, called the Grand Avenue, feet wide, being the distance between the eastern side of the East Building and the western side of the West Building, was laid out on paper, extending from the north front of the South Building northwardly to the limits of the University land, considerably beyond the present village school-house.

    The first although others earlier used person to use the name "America" " Mundus Novus " for South America was Martin „,,^ Waldseemiiller, a professor of geography at St. Die, who ^luiier. in a book of his own published Columbus's second letter in Thoroughly under the influence of Vespucci's narrative he described this newly discovered. Download this book: [ASCII | PDF] Look for this book on Amazon. Tweet. We have new books nearly every day. If you would like a news letter once a week or once a month fill out this form and we will give you a summary of the books for that week or month by email.

    The first person to use the name "America" although others earlier used "Novus Mundus" for South America was Martin Waldseemliller, a professor of geography at St. Die, who m-^uer^^" in a book of his own published Columbus's second letter in Thoroughly under the influence of Vespucci's narrative he described this newly discovered land and. () -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office: B page Elisha Snodgrass, 37 acres. () -- Patents & Grants, VA State Land Office.


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Installments due for land, District South of French Broad & Holston, State of Tennessee, 1831 by George Fox Download PDF EPUB FB2

Installments due for land district south of French Broad & Hoston, State of Tennessee Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, Knox, Sevier Counties Family History Library List of lands, District South of French Broad & Holston State of Tennessee Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, Knox, Sevier Counties Family History Library.

Installments due for land Installments due for land south of French Broad & Hoston, State of Tennessee Blount, Cocke, Jefferson, Knox, Sevier Counties Family History Library Jefferson County, Tennessee Grant Book No. 1, Family History Library Land deeds of Jefferson County, Tennessee Family History Library.

Lucinda Scanlon, Middle Tennessee State University. Installments Due for Land, District South of French Broad & Holston, State of Tennessee, Gibson, David, et al.

A Vol's Walk: A Book by Tennessee Fans for Tennessee Fans. Tennessee Libraries. Volume 56 Number 3: Tennessee Bibliography. Compiled by. Lucinda Scanlon, Middle Tennessee State University.

Edward T. Sullivan, Hardin Valley Elementary School. (FHL film 1,) (MAD: recorded Knox Co. TN Deed B) 17 MarchGrant # for 50 shillings every acres, paid by Stephen Duncan, grant to Stephen Duncan acres in Eastern District on State of Tennessee River above the confluence of French Broad and Holston on Swann Pond Creek.

(MAD: recorded Knox Co. TN Deed B). A History of Tennessee. The Land and Native People. Tennessee’s great diversity in land, climate, rivers, and plant and animal life is mirrored by a rich. and colorful past. Until the last years of the approximat years that this country has been inhabited, the story of Tennessee is the story of its native peoples.

The fact that File Size: 7MB. Acts of -- Chapter 14 -- Modification of Boundary with Sevier County. BE IT ENACTED by the Governor, Legislative Council, and House of Representatives of the Territory of the United States of America South of the River Ohio, That from and after passing of this act, the line that divides the aforesaid counties of Jefferson and Sevier, on the south side of French Broad.

During this interval the authorities of the so-called State negotiated two treaties with the Cherokee Nation, the first one being entered into near the mouth of Dumplin Creek, on the north bank of French Broad River, This treaty established the ridge dividing the waters of Little River from those of the Tennessee as the dividing.

The Cherokee were the mountaineers of the South, holding the entire Allegheny region from the interlocking head-streams of the Kanawha and the Tennessee southward almost to the site of Atlanta, and from the Blue ridge on the east to the Cumberland range on the west, a territory comprising an area of ab square miles, now included in the states of Virginia.

Marriages of Rutherford County, Tennessee Edythe Rucker Whitley Rutherford County, Tennessee was erected in from Davidson County and at one time occupied territory extending all the way south to the Alabama state line.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Inafter much fruitless negotiation, a treaty was made by which France agreed to pay the United States $5, in six annual installments.

The first payment was due on 2 Feb., A draft for the amount was presented to the French minister of finance, and payment was refused on the ground that no appropriation for that purpose had. Source: Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants Awarded by State Governments, most Virginia bounty lands located in Kentucky or Ohio, non-commissioned officer who enlisted and served out his 3-year enlistment were given acres) 13 Aug Charles CONSOLVER, VA, Private, acres for military service in the Revolutionary War.

The land like all other lands within the district south of French Broad & Holston [rivers], between the rivers Big Pigeon & Tennessee [rivers], was subject to the encumbrance of one dollar per acre view the State for the use of Coledges [sic, colleges] & academies & the interest on that some for 15 years or more, and held by the same ten year.

Full text of "Official record of the Holston Annual Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, ninety-fifth session, held at Johnson City, Tenn., October Nov. 4. In Tennessee there is a very large district of country, granted to individuals under the law of North Carolina inwhich, until a very short time ago, the United States had secured to the Indians by treaty; that country is now settling, and every man has to look for the land for which he obtained his patent.

"ansearchin`" news - Tennessee Genealogical Society. download Report. Comments. Transcription "ansearchin`" news - Tennessee Genealogical Society. Full text of "Official record of the Holston Annual Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, ninetieth session, held at Cleveland, Tenn., October" See other formats.

Land exposed to sale at public vendue and purchased by the president & directors of the bank of the State of South Carolina of the District and State aforesaid, for $, the highest bid. Wit: J.B. Cottrell, J.R. Poole. Signed R.C. Poole, SSD. Witness oath, 7 Oct Signed John R.

Pooleto J.B. Tolleson, Clk & Mag. Exff. Registered 7 th Oct   Martin, James G. — ReceivedLocated Martin, John D. — ReceivedLocated Martin, John S. — Received Martin, Mitchell — Received Martin, Nelson — Received Martin, William — Received Martindale, Stephen — Received Marvin, B.

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It was a marvelous thing to discover that a corporation, or a civil body, could emit notes and so borrow, yet win interest instead of paying interest on what it borrowed.Full text of "The Methodist centennial year-book for ; the one hundreth year of the separate organization of American Methodism" See other formats.