3 edition of Early Ohioans" residences from the land grant records found in the catalog.
Early Ohioans" residences from the land grant records
Mayburt Stephenson Riegel
|Statement||compiled by Mayburt Stephenson Riegel.|
|LC Classifications||F490 .R53 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||82161255|
John Snook bought land in in Jackson (now Vinton) County, Ohio. One of his neighbors is John Coon. This was one of the first settlements in the area. He is listed in Early Ohioans’ Residences from the Land Grant Records in Vol. E, p. which indicates he had lived before in Athens County, Ohio. He bought land in in Athens : Nancy (Brion) Snook. LAND RECORDS Dean, Tanya. Along the Ohio Trail: George W. Official Ohio Lands Book. Columbus: Auditor of State, Call no. R K68O Riegel, Mayburt Stephenson. Early Ohioans’ Residences from the Land Grant Records. Mansfield, OH: Ohio Genealogical Society, , Call no. R RE and Q RE.
Early Ohioans' Residences from the Land Grant Records by Mayburt Stephenson Riegel - Ohio Genealogical Society First Families of Ohio Volume Two Ohio Genealogical Society First Ownership of Ohio Lands, by Albion Morris Dyer Ohio Statistics - , Annual Report of the Secretary of State A Short History of Ohio Land Grants, by James A. Rhodes. If I decide that the book titled "Early Ohioans' Residences From The Land Grant Records" compiled by Mayburt Stephenson Riegel looks interesting, I should write down or print out the location, call number and status (Genealogy Reference, RIEGEL). This tells me to look in the Genealogy collection close to call number These records are considered vital to the core responsibilities of the BLM. Some of these records date from the late 's. The General Land Office Automated Records Project is responsible for making these important documents available to the public. The documents are scanned and indexed, and then the originals are stored in acid-free boxes.
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He was born on Nov. 29, in Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA. After the war he was a early settler in Ohio taking up land granted to war veterans. I made one inquiry to to the National Archives for copies of his pension information.Early Ohioans' residences from the land grant records Author: Riegel, Mayburt Stephenson, Published: () Amish and Amish Mennonite genealogies Author: Gingerich, Hugh F.
.According to a book entitled "Early Ohioans' Residences from The Land Grant Ebook written by Mayburt Stephenson Riegel and published by the Ohio Genealogical Society, Park Avenue West, P.
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