Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
This file contains a land grant for William A. Anderson for fifty five and a half acres of land in Rockbridge County along the South River. The file also includes a typescript document verifying the original land grant's validity, certified by the Commonwealth of Virginia's Land Office in Richmond, as well as a handrawn map of the area.
This collection consists of one document, the original land grant to Benjamin Borden of a tract of land for settlement in what would become Rockbridge County.
This file includes a fragment of a land grant for William Beverley for one hundred and fifty six acres in Augusta County, VA in exchange for "twevle pound fifteen schillings" from 1749. Also includes photocopy of the grant fragment. Notes presence of Beverley Manor.
This file consists of a photocopy of a land grant for Andrew H. Bird for two hundred and twenty two acres in Bath County.
This file contains two copies of E.P. Tompkins article on the Borden Grant, as well as a number of Lexington New Gazette articles on the same topic.
This file consists of a typescript manuscript of the Borden Grant article by E.P. Tompkins. Also includes a photo of an annotated map of the Borden Land grant. Also includes a list of settlers who recieved the first Borden deeds between 1741 and 1743.
This file contains a fragment of a copy of the Borden Grant, as well as a photocopy of the fragment.
This file contains a photocopy of a land grant for 250 acres of Bath County for Andrew Bowlands.
This file consists of a handwritten copy of a land grant for William Crosswait for a plot of land in Orange County for forty shillings.
This file contains a notebook with information about the Memoranda detailing the title to the Douthat Society, also includes noterized receipt for real estate sale from John and Margaret Delaaney. Also contains document noting the sale of 100 acres in Rockbridge County to the Walker family.
This collection consists of a diary and three letters written by Henry Lee III; also included are three land grants and one military commission signed by Lee during his tenure as governor of Virginia.
This collection includes the appointment, July 29, 1800, of John Bowyer, Andrew Reid, and John Caruthers as presidential electors; proclamation, March 16, 1802, by Gov. Monroe authorizing the meeting house outside Lexington, Va. as a proper place for holding court (2 copies); and U.S. land grant of 160 acres, April 2, 1818, to Aaron Sanford. All of these documents are signed by Monroe.
Land grant for William Galloway near the confluence of the James River and Cowpasture River in what was Botetourt County, Virginia. This land became part of Alleghany County , Virginia upon the formation of that county in 1822. The document is signed by Virginia governor Thomas Jefferson.
This file contains a typescript copy of information related to a land grant granted to John Miller, for land in Botetort and Rockbridge County, Virginia of about five thousand acres. The copy includes information on bordering properities and their ownership.
This file contains a photocopy of a land grant to John Oliver for 102 acres in Augusta County, Virginia.
This file consists of two copies of a land grant for one hundred acres in Rockbridge County near Buffalo Creek to John Peoples, as well as a note concerning the contents of the land grants from a Peoples family descendant.
This file consists of two land grant records. The first is to James Trimble for land in Augusta County, and the second is to Alexander Trimble for land in Rockbridge County. Signed by James Wood, governor of Virginia.
This collection consists of registers, indices, folios, plates, wills, charts and data related to the Benjamin Borden Grant of 92,100 acres of land.