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Land Patents
Book 15

(Source: Magazine of Virginia Geneatogy . Published by the Virginia Historical Society. Contriubted by Barb. Z.)

The following abbreviations are used in this series:

a: acres
g: granted
ptd: patented
afsd: aforesaid
g. by p.: granted by patent
par: parish
bet: between
L: land

R: river
Br: branch
N: north
Rd: road
c: corner
NL: new land
S: south

Co: county
OL: old land
sd: said
cr: creek
p: patent; page
Sw: swamp
E: east
W: west
Manuscript paging is given in parentheses within the patent abstracts, indicating the point where a patent is continued to another page.

PAULIN ANDERSON of King & Queen Co.. 2.075a. NL (p. 125) in Pr. George Co.. S. side Appomattox R.; William Fuqua's upper c; along William Echol's line; below Storks Cr.; Thomas Pruitt's line; Polecatt Run. 29 Sep. 1733.

LEWIS BURWELL of James City Co.. Gent.. 400a. Lapsed L.. g. 13 Oct. 1727 to John Martin of King & Queen Co.. lying in King William Co. on branches of Middle R. & Whites Run. formerly in St. John's Par.. King William Co.. but now in Caroline; c. of Thomas Madisons in a Valley in Robert Hinds L.; Piggs and Coleman's lower line; John Martin's upper tract; (p. 77). 20 Jun. 1733.

ROBERT COLEMAN SENIOR of King and Queen Co.. 400a, NL, St. Marks Par. in Spotsylvania Co. in the great fork of Rappahannock R. beginning on Conrade Ambergers line on Normands Mountain and runs NE over a fork of Buttock Run; to top of a Ridge of Normands Mountain. 5 May 1734.

GEORGE MARTIN of King & Queen Co.. 400a. NL, in St. Marks Par.. Spottsylvania Co., in Great Fork of Rappahannock R.; N. side of Deep run (p. 187). 23 Mar. 1733.

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