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Re: Need land patent or deed record for 1771
Posted by: Lois Johnson (ID *****7844) Date: November 26, 2007 at 09:43:17
In Reply to: Need land patent or deed record for 1771 by ross smith of 790

Ross -

We meet in different places.

For Your Files:

FROM: The Library of Virginia - Land Patents


Title: WRAY, George

Publication: 16 March 1771

Other Format: Available on microfilm. Virginia State Land Office, Patents 1-42, reels 1-41


Location: Brunswick County

Description: 150 acres adjoining the land of Randle, Tatum and Kelley.

Source: Land Office Patents No. 39, 1770-1771, p 422 {reel 39)

System Number: 000845624

NOTE: Copies of the original manuscript can be downloaded from The Library of Virginia Site.

ITEM: Brunswick Co., VA was created from Prince George, Isle of Wight & Surry Cos., VA in 1720-32

ITEM: Albemarle Parish was first in Surry and lastly in the whole of the County of Sussex Co., VA.

Brunswick Co., and Sussex Co., VA are divided by Greenville Co., VA created in 1780/1.

NOTE: So, at the time of the b of your grandfather in 1775, Brunswick and Sussex Cos., shared County Lines.

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