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Early Pennsylvania land records

minutes of the Board of Property of the Province of Pennsylvania

by Pennsylvania. Land Office.

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Published by Genealogical Pub. Co. in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pennsylvania,
  • Pennsylvania.
    • Subjects:
    • Land titles -- Pennsylvania.,
    • Pennsylvania -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by William Henry Egle ; with a new foreword by George E. McCracken.
      SeriesPennsylvania archives ;, 2d ser., no. 19.
      ContributionsEgle, William Henry, 1830-1901., Pennsylvania. Board of Property.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF148 .P43 1976
      The Physical Object
      Pagination787 p. ;
      Number of Pages787
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4885659M
      ISBN 100806307234
      LC Control Number76015827

      ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Contains Minute books C-I, recorded by the Pennsylvania Land Office, ca. Reprint of the ed. printed by E.K. Meyers, Harrisburg, Pa. under title: Minutes of the Board of Property of the Province of Pennsylvania, which was issued as no. 19 of Pennsylvania archives, 2d ser. Atlas of Township Warrantee Maps of Dauphin County ( pages) and Companion CD containing Original Maps and Geo-Referenced Maps Locating Tracts on Modern Roads .jpg files). The 7th volume of county atlases in the "Early Landowners of PA" series, this Dauphin County atlas contains all information shown on the 24 Township Warrantee Maps which were produced by the Pennsylvania .

      This book is invaluable for the researcher of early Pennsylvania genealogy. This book is based on the minutes of the Board of Property beginning in the year and ending in It not only gives the history of the property in detail but also provides a great deal of genealogical information about the family who purchased these lands. Book Published Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., Language English Uniform Title Minutes of the Board of Property of the Province of Pennsylvania Series Pennsylvania Archives ISBN Description p. ; 23 cm. Notes. Contains Minute books C-I, .

      Land patents of Washington County, Maryland () The land patents, also known as land grants, for the years to , covering the area of the current Washington County, Maryland, are listed here. Patents are documents granting ownership rights to some previously unpatented property. Get this from a library! Early Pennsylvania land records: minutes of the Board of Property of the province of Pennsylvania. [William Henry Egle; Pennsylvania. Board of Property.].


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Early Pennsylvania Land Records. Browse this collection. Browse Individual Records in this Title. Table of Contents. Title Page; Foreword; Minute Book C; Minute Book D; Minute Book E; Minute Book F; Minute Book G; Minute Book H; Minute Book I; Index to This Book; More help. Search tips; Understanding records.

Land Records Indices. The following indices to land records are available as online images. More information about each is available on the index page. Pre Land Record Indexes. Old Rights Index: Bucks and Chester Counties - Index to warrants, surveys and returns filed for lands in Bucks and Chester Counties, generally prior to In Pennsylvania the initial distribution of land to individuals was a complex process which resulted in an amazing volume of records.

An indispensable guide to understanding the process and records is Donna Bingham Munger, Pennsylvania Land Records: A History and Guide for Research (Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, ), FHL Collection&#;book R2m. The proceedings of the Board of Property affected a considerable number of early Pennsylvania settlers; collected in book form, the Minutes of the Board constitute a formidable body of land records and must be considered one of the most valuable compilations in Pennsylvania genealogy as a whole.

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Early Pennsylvania Land Records. Minutes of the Board of Property of the Province of Pennsylvania. Harrisburg, PA, USA: R. Meyers, Originally published as Volume XIX, Second Series, Pennsylvania Archives.

Land Records Overview The Commonwealth Land Office And Its Records. Land Records Order Form (PDF). With the exception of the Revolutionary War years, the Land Office of the Commonwealth has operated continuously since William Penn arrived in Pennsylvania in and began to.

To understand how to use these records, it’s important to understand how the process worked in Colonial Pennsylvania. 1 Technically, William Penn owned all of the land in Pennsylvania.

A settler would apply to the land office for land. Originally published as Volume XIX of the Second Series of the Pennsylvania Archives inthis work contains the Minutes of the Board of Property beginning with Book C, which is believed to be the earliest legible collection of property records, and continuing on through Book I.

Covering the time frame from Ma through March 30 Author: William Henry Fairbanks. Name index to marriage records from the state of Pennsylvania. Microfilm copies of these records are available at the Family History Library and Family History Centers. Due to privacy laws, recent records may not be displayed.

The year range represents most of the records. A few records may be earlier or later. "Pennsylvania Marriages, ". Records of the Land Office OLD RIGHTS INDEX FOR BUCKS AND CHESTER COUNTIES, {series #} *Images of Each Index Page* Below are links to the scanned pages of the Old Rights Index of warrants and surveys for pre Bucks and Chester counties.

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The entire series consists of published volumes (in 10 series) of early Pennsylvania government records transcribed and printed by the Commonwealth, including military, tax, land, naturalization. (FHL Collection book A1, no. 7; film item 4].) This guide refers to Delaware land records, tofound in New York and Pennsylvania, and mentions microfilm copies of the records at the Delaware Public Archives.

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