VG+/NONE. 089308462X. Blue cloth boards, address crossed off on endpaper else fine. Second volume in the series containing abstracts of early Davidson County, Tennessee land deeds, with index. This volume includes many of the North Carolina military grants that were issued to those who served during the American Revolution.; MCN20455; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 294 pp.
New. By: Helen & Timothy Marsh, Pub. 1992, Hard Cover, 300 pages, Index, contains names of over 16, 000 persons, ISBN #0-89308-462-X. These volumes are taken from legal records of this parent county of middle Tennessee. Davidson County was formed from Indian land in 1783, and it encompassed a major portion of middle Tennessee that originally included: Bedford, Cheatham, Marshall, Maury, Rutherford, part of Robertson, Sumner, and Williamson Counties. These three volumes together contain the names of approximately 45, 000 of the earliest settlers of this area. Each is filled with original North Carolina Military Grants issued to soldiers who served in the North Carolina Continental Line. This vast Military Reservation encompassed a 55 mile strip that covered all of the Northern half of middle Tennessee. These are companion volumes to the 2 volumes of Davidson Co., TN. Wills, 1784-1832.
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