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Box MS 19252.05

 Container

Contains 16 Results:

Pardon of Stephen Graham, 1865 May 29

 File — Box: MS 19252.05, Folder: 1
Identifier: Folder 1
Scope and Contents

President Andrew Johnson's pardon of Stephen Graham of Duplin County, North Carolina.

Dates: 1865 May 29

Large voting sign, circa 1964-1976

 Item — Box: MS 19252.05, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents

One (1) Red and white metal sign 12 ¼ ” x 24”, [i]Voters in this Family Will Vote For Wallace For President.[/i] Stored in Map Case.

Dates: circa 1964-1976

Indenture between Rev. John Watts and Edward Bridgen, 1769 November 21

 Item — Box: MS 19252.05, Folder: 1
Description

Indenture for the sale of 960 acres of land located near New Topsail Sound and bordering the land of Job Howes, by John Watts to Edward Bridgen.

Dates: 1769 November 21

Indenture between Edward Bridgen and Elisabeth Catharine DeRossett, 1774 December 19

 Item — Box: MS 19252.05, Folder: 1
Description

Indenture for the sale of 960 acres of land located near New Topsail sound and bordering Job Howes' land, by Edward Bridgen to Elisabeth Catharine DeRossett

Dates: 1774 December 19

Witness statement of George Clark, 1774 December 19

 Item — Box: MS 19252.05, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection contains the Deeds of Lease and Release for 960 acres of land originally sold by John Watts to Edward Bridgen and later by Edward Bridgen to his sister, Elizabeth Catharine DeRosset. The land was located near near New Topsail sound and Barren inlet, bordering land owned by Job Howes.

Dates: 1774 December 19

Certification of witness statement by John Wilkes Esq., 1774 December 19

 Item — Box: MS 19252.05, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection contains the Deeds of Lease and Release for 960 acres of land originally sold by John Watts to Edward Bridgen and later by Edward Bridgen to his sister, Elizabeth Catharine DeRosset. The land was located near near New Topsail sound and Barren inlet, bordering land owned by Job Howes.

Dates: 1774 December 19

The Victorious Attack on Ft. Fisher

 File — Box: MS 19252.05, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents From the Collection:

This collection contains papers and historical research of Dr. Chris E. Fonveille, a former history faculty member at UNCW.

Dates: Undetermined

Land Grant, 1757 December 12

 Item — Box: MS 19252.05, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 1
Scope and Contents

King's grant, dated December 12, 1757 from George II to John Lane; 150 acres. The grant is signed by Governor Arthur Dobbs and witnessed by William Fenner D.S. Laminated, wax seal separate but included. See Items 4 and 11.

Dates: 1757 December 12

Land Grant, 1763 December 23

 Item — Box: MS 19252.05, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 2
Scope and Contents

King's grant, dated December 23, 1763 from George III to Longfield Cox [Case?]; 200 acres on the south side of the Neuse River, described as "on the South side of Neuse River on the half Moon Swamp". Signed by Governor Arthur Dobbs. Laminated.

Dates: 1763 December 23

Land Grant, 1782 October 24

 Item — Box: MS 19252.05, Folder: 1
Identifier: Item 3
Scope and Contents

Grant, dated October 24, 1782 from the State of NC to John Jones; 130 acres on the south side of the Neuse River. Signed by Governor Alexander Martin. Laminated. Also attached and laminated is a land surveyor's report by James Gatlin, witnessed by Alexander Martin.

Dates: 1782 October 24