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1805 Georgia Land Lottery fortunate drawers and grantees

by Paul K. Graham

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Published by Genealogy Co. in Decatur, Ga .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Georgia,
  • Georgia.
    • Subjects:
    • Landowners -- Georgia -- Registers.,
    • Land grants -- Georgia.,
    • Georgia -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementcompiled by Paul K. Graham.
      GenreRegisters., Genealogy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF285 .G73 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 278 p. ;
      Number of Pages278
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3312684M
      ISBN 100975531204
      LC Control Number2004093379
      OCLC/WorldCa57438999

      During the process of compiling his first book, Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees, Paul discovered numerous errors and omissions in the publication Georgia Land Lottery, by Virginia S. Wood and Ralph V. Wood. With the aid of computer technology, Paul re-transcribed the original record, taking care that every. published so Georgia Land Lottery Persons entitled to Draws (Atlanta: the author, )* and Georgia Land Lottery: Fortunate Drawers and Grantees (Atlanta: the Author, ).* The numbers beside the names in this book only indicate the order in which the people were registered by the first letter of each person's surnames.

      Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees.. Paul K. Graham. Less than three months after the conclusion of the land lottery the U.S. government purchased million acres from the Creek Indians that would be distributed in a second land lottery, in the same manner as the first lottery. Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees. Genealogy usual places. Other editions - View all. Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees No preview available - Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees Paul K. Graham No preview available - Bibliographic information. Title: Georgia.

      Georgia Land Lottery Papers by Davis Lucas Lot Troup Milledgeville Geo. 1 April Information having been given through the Southern Recorder (a Newspaper in the city of Milledgevillle) by the following advertisement viz. Executive Department Milledgeville, 2nd October UPON the application of THOMAS THOMPSON, POLLY THOMPSON’S illegitimate, of Columbia County, by. Georgia Land Lottery Coweta Co Land Surname S-Z: 3K: Mar Donna Eldridge: Georgia Land Lottery Lee Co Land Surname A-D: 3K: Mar Donna Eldridge: Georgia Land Lottery Lee Co Land Surname E-H: 3K: Mar Donna Eldridge: Georgia Land Lottery Lee Co Land Surname I-L: 3K: Mar Donna Eldridge: Georgia Land.


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Buy Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees from ( reprint, in paperback) As the first of eight Georgia land lotteries, the Land Lottery served as the operational model for those to follow and established districts and land lots as the foundational units of Georgia’s survey system (over the township, range.

The book includes records dated as early as and as late as The bulk of the records are dated from to Where did the fortunate drawers and grantees live at the time of the land lottery.

Only people who had resided in the State of Georgia from May were allowed to participate in the Land Lottery. Georgia Counties in This book is a good substitute for an census of Georgia. The book, Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees, is sorted by county, then lot number.

It also includes the drawer, grantee, grant date, and prize location/5(4). The book, Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees, is sorted by county, then lot number.

It also includes the drawer, grantee, grant date, and prize location. There is a name index/5(4). rows  This is the only lottery that lists the unfortunate drawers.

For this reason it's of value as a. An upcoming publication titled Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees, by this author, will document the record of each lot distributed in and will address spelling errors and omissions as they relate specifically to fortunate drawers.

Get this from a library. Georgia Land Lottery fortunate drawers and grantees. [Paul K Graham] -- "The Act of 11 May established the general process by which the land lottery would operate. The law outlined the creation of three counties and thirteen districts: five districts in Baldwin.

In order to READ Online or Download Georgia Land Lottery Research ebooks in PDF, ePUB, Tuebl and Mobi format, you need to create a FREE account. We cannot guarantee that Georgia Land Lottery Research book is in the library, But if You are still not sure with the. The Land Lottery was structured almost identically to the Land Lottery, continuing the district and land lot survey system and repeating the use of a land lottery to distribute the land.

The purpose of this book is to document the record of title transfer from the state of Georgia to an individual for each land lot distributed through. The Georgia Land Lottery was the first experiment of its kind in the United States.

Partly in response to the Yazoo and Pine Barrens Land Frauds of the s, the people of Georgia decided to distribute newly acquired lands using a lottery, thereby minimizing opportunities for corruption. The Paperback of the Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees by Paul K Graham at Barnes & Noble.

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1 Besides the Georgia land lotter Ratings: 0. The Georgia land lotteries were an early nineteenth century system of land redistribution in this system, qualifying citizens could register for a chance to win lots of land that had formerly (and in most cases recently) been occupied by the Creek Indians and the Cherokee Nation.

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Graham. Rated stars. No Customer Reviews We personally. This book gives the names of the participants and whether they drew a blank or a prize. If the person drew two blanks, then he or she did not win any land in this lottery.

This is the only lottery that lists the unfortunate drawers. Georgia Land Lottery: Fortunate Drawers and Grantees, by Paul K. Graham. (Decatur, Ga: The Genealogy Co., ). Buy Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees by Paul K Graham online at Alibris.

We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $ Virginia S. and Ralph V. Wood, The Georgia Land Lottery (Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Greenwood Press, ). At various libraries (WorldCat); FHL Book R2wv.

This lists the names of all registrants, while the other lotteries list only those who received land. Also see Robert Scott Davis, Jr., and Rev. Silas E. Lucas, The Georgia. Land Lottery Records. Eight times between and Georgia held lotteries to distribute land, the largest held in the United States.

The lotteries followed a simple pattern: The General Assembly passed an act that authorized the lottery and spelled out who would be eligible to participate and the grant fees that would apply. Georgia distributed three quarters of its public land through eight lotteries held from to The book is a guide to the Georgia land lottery system, written for researchers who wish to develop a foundational understanding of land lots, the lottery process, and the associated records.

"The Act of 11 May established the general process by which the land lottery would operate. The law outlined the creation of three counties and thirteen districts: five districts in Baldwin County, three districts in Wayne County, and five districts in Wilkinson County. Each district was to be surveyed into lots, containing acres each in Baldwin and Wilkinson counties and acres.Georgia Land Lottery Even before the Land Lottery drawing had begun, pressure was mounting for Georgia to gain control over the remaining land between the Oconee and Ocmulgee Rivers.

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