Land use surveys
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
This file consists of materials related to surveying done in the town of Lexington by Douglas E. Brady.
This receipt signed by Daniel Boone shows payment by William Fleming for a land survey.
This collection consists of ten notebooks of Humphrey's surveys of Lexington, Buena Vista, and surrounding areas in Virginia, including surveys for the Lexington Development Company.
This collection consists of three documents: a land survey, Oct. 27, 1795, of 624 acres on the Big Calf Pasture River in Rockbridge County, Virginia; deed of trust between William Moore and Andrew Reid, Jr. in favor of McDowell, Oct. 8, 1804; deed of 29 1/2 acres on South River from David, an emancipated slave, and McDowell, Dec. 23, 1816. Included in the Control folder is a Thesis by Mary Boyce Hicks, "James McDowell and the Virginia Slavery Debate of 1831-32," Athens, Georgia, 2010.
This file includes a land survey for James Lackey of 569 acres of land in Botetourt county, surveyed by William Anderson.
This collection includes original land surveys for land in Rockbridge County. Includes surveyors drawings.
This collection consists primarily of business papers of the family including sale lists, indentures, land surveys, deeds, wills, promissory notes, and numerous receipts. It also includes 71 photographs from the collection of Samuel W. McCown, Jr. (WLU 1919).
Also incuded is a verse in remembrance of visit to Black Wall Cave, January 30, 1914, by H. M. Vest, which makes reference to several Rockbridge County, Virginia boys.
This file consists of a land survey for Thomas McKnight for twenty seven and one fourth acres signed by William Anderson. Also includes a drawing of 162 acres.
A survey and small map, dated 1818, of 115 acres of land in Rockbridge County, Virginia, which belonged to James Willson. The survey includes the names William Cunningham, Jonathan Poague, Rueben Grigsby, and Thomas McFarland, whose lands border the Willson property. The North Fork of the James River and Mill Creek are also mentioned in the survey.
This file consists of a drawing of a land survey of the Northeast portion of the Templeton Farm in the Natural Bridge District in Rockbridge County, Virginia.