University of Virginia
Papers and letters, 1818-1897, of the Critz family of Tennessee; majority of letters are from Jacob Peters of Botetourt County, Va., to Philip Critz relating family news, agricultural matters, and local and national political issues; papers include statements of accounts of Philip Critz with various merchants; some references to mill equipment and supplies
Kentucky Historical Society
Deed from the Adams' to William H. Forsythe of Harrison Co., Kentucky, March 1831, and an acknowledgement by county clerk H.C. Moore that the conveyance was proper and was recorded
Kentucky Historical Society
This indenture, dated October 13, 1800, transferred ownership of the ferry on the Kentucky River at Frankfort from Andrew and Tabitha Holmes of Fayette County to John Brown of Franklin County. The ferry and associated property were originally held by James Wilkinson through an act of Virginia and purchase of lands from Humphrey Marshall. The document was recorded and signed by the Franklin County clerk, Daniel Weisiger
Kentucky Historical Society
This collection consists of deeds, a note, and letter associated with the Erdman family of Fayette County, Kentucky. Items include an 1848 survey of land in Fayette County, Kentucky, by H. Ellis, Jr. for John Gilbert; an 1862 note by I. (Irvine?) McDowell in Athens, Alabama, concerning papers for Major Fishback; an indenture, dated 1864, between W.D. Boswell (representing Caroline, Catherine, Mary and Ernest Erdman) and Mary Erdman for land in Fayette County, Kentucky; a handwritten copy of a letter from George Clinton Stedman to his parents concerning his impending death from wounds sustained in a skirmish at Morganfield, Kentucky; a handwritten copy of the January, 1865, obituary on Stedman, a native of Frankfort, Kentucky; an 1866 warranty deed between Margaret Downing and Caroline G. Erdman for land in Fayette County, Kentucky; and an 1885 deed between Mary M. and J.W. Wilson and Ernest Erdman for land in Fayette County, Kentucky
Denver Public Library
Collection contains legal copies dated October 15, 1930 of: 1. land patent (homestead claim) to James Baker for the NW 1/4 of Sec. 18, T3S, R68W, Denver City, Colo. Territory (May 15, 1873); 2. Deed of sale from James Baker to Thomas Gibson & Co. conveying one-half interest in a coal claim consisting of 160 acres situated upon Coal Creek, below California Road (November 2, 1860). Both documents were originally filed in Denver City, Kansas Territory
Library of Virginia
These records contain copies of deeds recorded in the counties of location and probably submitted to the Land Office in cases involving either land disputes or requests for inclusive grants. Information on the outside cover does not indicate the origin of the copy in the Land Office files. Most of the deeds involve land in the western counties of the commonwealth. The deeds are from the years 1655; 1788; 1792; 1795; 1799; 1801-1805; 1807; 1809; 1812; 1815; 1817-1820; 1822; 1825-1827; 1829; 1831-1841; 1843-1844; 1848-1851; 1853; 1856-1857; 1860; 1863; 1866-1868; 1871; 1874-1875; 1879-1882; 1886-1888; 1891-1892; 1895-1896; 1899; 1902
Kentucky Historical Society
This collection consists of deeds, surveys, and letters of the Clements family of Montgomery and Henry Counties, Kentucky. Names represented in the collection are Roger Clements, Hannah Clements, James Clements, Gustavius Clements, William Clements, Nancy Clements, James Clements, Philip Clements, Jonathan Clements, Isaac Davis, and Elizabeth Davis
Kentucky Historical Society
This collection consists of the papers and other materials of Reuben McCarty and the Robert J. Fisher family. Materials include surveys, memorandum books, circulars, deeds, wills, photographs, newspapers and newspaper clippings, postcards, business correspondence, personal correspondence, court records, and other legal documents. Some of McCarty's business correspondence includes letters from James Taylor of Newport, Kentucky, and General Leslie Combs. The Fisher collection features one page of Fisher family genealogy and a photograph album of a missionary trip to Africa in the early 20th century
Tennessee State Library and Archives
Consists of records of several generations of the Thompson family, mainly of Bedford County. Includes a roster of the 41st Tennessee Infantry, Company H, with remarks about discharges, wounds, and deaths; a school record book kept by J. P. Thompson, 1837-1845, listing parents and the number of their children attending each day; agreement between teacher R. C. Thompson and parents for a school at Wilson Hill in 1865; letter from John R. Smith of McNairy County to brother George Smith in Lewisburg, 1867; expense account for John Thompson's trip from Pulaski to Florence, Alabama, 1827; letter from E. A. and M. J. Blanton at Bell Buckle, 1870, to Robert Thompson and wife, inviting them to emigrate to Texas together; deed from Matthew Spivey to Joseph P. Thompson for land in Giles County, 1854; agreement between Alexander Forbes and John Fowler, 1806; and book of accounts, recipes, and quotations, approximately 1816
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The earliest papers in the collection are land grants to Robert Kilgore as well as his will. There are also deeds and land records from various members of the Kilgore and Currie families

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