McMinn County, Tennessee Grant Book C

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3 928 Apr 1824 Charles Matlock assigns his entry to Jessee and John Davidson; John assigns; 2 June 1828 Jessee assigns to Catharine Davidson and Sarah Beal.

94 9″William Casey, John Casey, james Casey, Nancy wife of Benjamin Casey, George Watson, Eliza Casey, Lariat Casey wife of Ruse Sterling Casey, Sam Casey and Elizabeth Casey, widow of James Casey, deceased, her dower. William John James, Nancy wife of Benjamin McKinsey, Elizabeth wife of George Watson, Sarah wife of Ruse Sterling, Samuel and Elizabeth Casey. Lewis, widow of james Casey, Dec. her dower.” Grant issued 3 Feb 1839 on Act of General Assembly of 25 Oct 1831, Chapter 27, to heirs of James Casey dec’d.

389 921 Sept 1847 Mary Fulks now Mary Ivins has lost her Certificate.



MLA Source Citation:

Boyer, Reba Bayless. McMinn County, Tennessee Land Deeds. Copyright 2001. Provided to AccessGenealogy for perpetual free display. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 12 December 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/tennessee/mcminn-county-tennessee-grant-book-c.htm - Last updated on Apr 24th, 2012


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