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Re: Land deed records early 1800's
Posted by: JOAN ALLEN (ID *****0311) Date: September 21, 2009 at 07:01:47
In Reply to: Re: Land deed records early 1800's by Terry Young of 2014

Terry,
If you still have Pruitt's "Abstracts of Lincoln Co. Deeds", will you please do a look-up for me. John Allen left a will in Lincoln Co. in 1818 that was probated in 1821. He had sons Benjamin and John Jr., an unnamed "beloved wife", daughter Rachel who married Thomas James, and other daughters Salley, Polley, Anne, Phebe and Mattilda. Do any of these Allen names appear in the deed abstracts? Many thanks, Joan Allen


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