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Re: Burial Sites
Posted by: Mel Lazin (ID *****7383) Date: December 26, 2007 at 06:22:54
In Reply to: Burial Sites by JACKIE OGDEN of 354

James M. Crawford No. 32

Witn: Tho. D. Owings
                                                               Eliza Shadbourn

Proves he has been a resident citizen of the Republic for three years, performed all the duties required of him as a citizen. Married Man.

Ordered by the Board that an unconditional certificate issue to applicant for a Grant of Six Hundred and forty Acres of Land.

                                   Feby. 27th 1843.

Editors Note: This is an unconditional land grant. The wording is standard as seen on the previous and following grants, and does not mean that he has been there for three years, but rather, at least three years.

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