York County Maine Registry of Deeds 1642-1737

York County Maine Deeds

At a meeting of the Maine Historical Society, held in Portland on the 23d of December, 1882, a communication was received from Mr. John T. Hull, proposing to publish the early volumes in the York registry of deeds and asking for the cooperation of the society. Messrs. Edward H. Elwell, James P. Baxter and William Goold were thereupon appointed a committee to present the matter to the legislature of Maine. The fruition of their collaboration are the following 20 volumes of York County Maine Registry of Deeds.



Robert Love – Land Record

On the 8th day of Sept., 1835, Robert Love, the Elder, divided his Nola Chucky property between Dillard Love, of Macon County, North Carolina and the heirs of Thomas Dillard Love, of Washington County, East Tennessee. This property was formerly the property of the said Robert Love’s Father-in-law, General Thomas Dillard. The above data is



Dillard Love – Land Record

Dillard Love conveyed to Mary E. Love, daughter of Robert C. Love, Ninety-one acres of land in Cherokee District, Washington County, Tennessee, the consideration for same being LOVE and AFFECTION. Note-This was done by Dillard Love because the said Mary Love was destitute. Deed dated 1843, and on file in the Jonesboro Records-F.D. Love.



Township 20-28 North, Range 12 East, Indian Meridian

Exhibit D The list of land filed with the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, December 16, 1902, and amended January 23, 1903, by Walter S. Logon, claiming to be the attorney for the Delaware Indians, is found as indicated below, from the Commission’s records, to be claimed and occupied by Delaware Citizens of the



Township 22-27 North, Range 16 East, Indian Meridian

Exhibit D The list of land filed with the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, December 16, 1902, and amended January 23, 1903, by Walter S. Logon, claiming to be the attorney for the Delaware Indians, is found as indicated below, from the Commission’s records, to be claimed and occupied by Delaware Citizens of the



Township 24-27 North, Range 17 East, Indian Meridian

Exhibit D The list of land filed with the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, December 16, 1902, and amended January 23, 1903, by Walter S. Logon, claiming to be the attorney for the Delaware Indians, is found as indicated below, from the Commission’s records, to be claimed and occupied by Delaware Citizens of the



Miscellaneous Townships and Ranges

Exhibit D The list of land filed with the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, December 16, 1902, and amended January 23, 1903, by Walter S. Logon, claiming to be the attorney for the Delaware Indians, is found as indicated below, from the Commission’s records, to be claimed and occupied by Delaware Citizens of the



Land selected and occupied by deceased registered Delaware and now in possession of their descendant

December 31, 1903 The following described land of the Cherokee Nation is hereby segregated as the Delaware segregation of said nation, in accordance with section 23 of the Cherokee agreement (Public—No. 241), approved by the President July 1, 1902, and ratified by the Cherokee Nation August 7, 1902; and this list is in substitution or



Individual Delaware Holdings

Exhibit E The following described land in the list of land filed with the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes December 16, 1902, and amended January 23, 1903, by Walter S. Logan, claiming to be the attorney for the Delaware Indians, is found as indicated below from the Commission’s records, to be claimed and occupied



Land in Adams and Logon list which has been claimed by Cherokee Citizens of Delaware blood

Exhibit C Land in Adams and Logon list which has been claimed by Cherokee Citizens of Delaware blood, claiming under their Cherokee right as shown by attempts to file thereon. Where same land is claimed by two applicants, only the original claim is shown NOTE: After you find your ancestor listed on this page, you



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