Index of grantees : Abstracts of North Carolina land grant files of grants issued for land in Wilkes County Volume I through Volume V

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1994 Published by: Wilkes Genealogical Society, Inc. PO Box 1629 North Wilkesboro, NC 28659 Abstracted from photocopies of documents for Wilkes County on file in the Office of Secretary of State, Raleigh, NC. This document includes the name of each primary grantee shown in Volume I through Volume V of abstracts of photocopies of documents…

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1994

Published by:

Wilkes Genealogical Society, Inc.
PO Box 1629
North Wilkesboro, NC 28659

Abstracted from photocopies of documents for Wilkes County on file in the Office of Secretary of State, Raleigh, NC.

This document includes the name of each primary grantee shown in Volume I through Volume V of abstracts of photocopies of documents for Wilkes County on file in the Office of Secretary of State, Raleigh, NC.

Names, as spelled in the original papers, have been alphabetized. If you do not find a name as it is spelied today, look for other
variations that have similar phonetic properties.

Some basic information about each grant, such as file number, acreage, entry/warrant number and date, and grant number and date are included. If more than one grant was issued in the same name, they are printed in file number sequence.

Grants are arranged in File Number sequence in each of the five volumes of abstracts. Therefore, the File Number shown in this Index is the key to the location of the detailed abstract.

v. 1. Grants issued 1778-1798, file numbers 1 through 1500.5

v. 2. Grants issued 1798-1819, file numbers 1501 through 2914

v. 3. Grants issued 1820-1845, file numbers 2915 through 4508

v. 4. Grants issued 1845-1861, file numbers 4509 through 6077.5

v. 5. Grants issued 1861-1908, file numbers 6078 through 7836

 

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* This text has been digitally restored and enhanced from a first or second-generation edition. Some aesthetic errors may persist; however, it has been deemed that any such errors will not detract from the work’s readability.

All profit goes to the Wilkes Genealogical Society, a  501(c)(3) non profit organization, which allows us to fulfill our mission of providing, education, research, and publications related to Wilkes Genealogy.