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Where was Lake Fork in 1850?
Posted by: Vernon E Hord (ID *****7523) Date: August 12, 2005 at 15:36:39
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The heirs of my ancestor, H. M. C. Hall, were given a 1280 ac. land grant patent in 1850 in Wood County. It describes the property as being "on the Southern waters of the Lake fork of the Sabine river, about twenty two miles above it's mouth". Does anyone happen to know where this location would be today?

Are there any maps of the original land grants?


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