Virginia County Records Volume 2

Virginia County Records Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...McDonald, entitled to 2,000 acres of land for services in the late war, agreeable to proclamation of 1763. Williamsburg, March 3, 1'--------. Dunmore. Hugh Stephenson, entitled to 3,000 acres of land, agreeable to proclamation of 1763. Williamsburg, May 16, 1774. Dunmore. Dr. James Craik, Lieut. in Va. Regt. commanded by Col. Wm. Byrd, entitled to 2,000 acres of land, agreeable to proclamation of 1763. 5th day of Oct., 1773. Dunmore. Geo. Teator, soldier in Capt. Gist's company of Regulars, 1st Va. Regt., last war, till legally discharged. Botetourt Co., Dec., 1779. Solomon Simpson, Edward Gill, Sr., Christopher Finnie, Christopher Best, and Wm. Cross, soldiers in the 1st. Va. Regt., last war, under command of Col. Byrd and Col. Stephens. Botetourt Co., Dec., 1779. William Leather, soldier in Capt. Bullitt's old Va. Regt., last war. Botetourt Co., Feb., 1780. Wm. Simpson, deceased, soldier in 1st Va. Regt., under Col. Washington, till he (said Wm.) departed this life. Solomon Simpson, heir-at-law. Botetourt Co., Feb., 1780. John Collins, soldier in Capt. Christian's company of Rangers in 1760, on expedition commanded by Col. Byrd, against Cherokee Indians. Botetourt Co., Dec., 1779. William Ward, Lieut. in Capt. Breckenridge's company of Rangers, which was incorporated with a detachment of the 1st Va. Regt. in 1760, on expedition commanded by Col. Byrd against the Cherokee Indians. Botetourt Co., Feb., 1780. John Turnley, soldier in Capt. Christian's company of Rangers in 1760, on expedition commanded by Col. Byrd against the Cherokee Indians. Bote tourt Co., Dec., 1779. Wm. Gill, deceased, soldier in old Va. Regt., until he departed this life. Edwd. Gill, heir-at-law. Botetourt Co., Feb., 1780. John...show more

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  • Paperback | 56 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 118g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123694206X
  • 9781236942067