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Table 4 - Pertinent Land Records of Washington County, North Carolina (1782-1792)

 

Bk

Pg

Date

Grantor

Grantee

Acres

Location

             

A

366

24 Oct 1782

North Carolina Charles Allison

400

Misery Branch on Big Limestone Creek

3

142

10 Nov 1784

North Carolina Alexander Campbell

200

Big Limestone Creek

3

143

01 Aug 1787

John Campbell, Exec. of Alexander Campbell, Deceased George Crookshanks

136

Big Limestone Creek, Adjacent Charles Allison

3

24

10 Aug 1788

John Campbell, Exec. of Alexander Campbell, Deceased Patrick Shields

100

Big Limestone Creek,

3

49

11 Jul 1788

North Carolina John Allison

191

Cedar branch of Big Limestone Creek

4

100

10 Jul 1788

North Carolina William Campbell

254

Cedar Branch of Big Limestone Creek, Adjacent John Allison, William Ellison

4

101

11 Aug 1789

William Campbell of State of VA and County Fayette Leeroy Taylor

254

Cedar branch of Big limestone Creek, Adjacent John Allison, William Ellison

4

102

7 Aug 1789

Robert Allison, Yeoman His Son, John Allison

290

Big Limestone Creek

4

212

Aug 1787

John Campbell, Exec. of Alexander Campbell, Deceased William Hall

260

East Side of Big Limestone Creek, Adjacent Charles Allison

6

285

06 Nov 1797

William, James, David and John Campbell (All of Fayette County KY), Heirs of Robert Campbell, Deceased George Gillespie

400

"Campbell’s Mill Tract" Adjacent Gillespie’s Other Land

6

562

07 Nov 1799

George Gillespie James Gillespie

400

"Campbell’s Mill Tract" – Authority to Convey Land by Virtue of a Grant in the name of Robert Campbell, Deceased

7

121

21 May 1792

James Allison His Daughters, Rachel and Esther Allison

500

Big Limestone Creek