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Property location, Augusta County
Posted by: Dave Clemens (ID *****9386) Date: February 28, 2011 at 09:53:22
  of 1702

In 1797-8 John and Gaspar Clemens had a survey made of their lands that they inherited from their father, Christian. The land lay on both sides of the South Branch of the Shenendoah . I have a copy of the surveyors sketch map. The only place I can find on the South River that matches that sketch is SE of Staunton where Folly Creek and Christian's Creek empty into the river. I would like to find a plot map of the area to see if any of the surveyor's boundaries match or resemble those of the present day. Can anyone help?


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