4 edition of Abstracts of sales of confiscated Loyalists" land and property in North Carolina found in the catalog.
Abstracts of sales of confiscated Loyalists" land and property in North Carolina
Albert Bruce Pruitt
|Statement||by A.B. Pruitt.|
|LC Classifications||F253 .P78 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 249 p. :|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||90214396|
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Full text of "The Royal commission on the losses and services of American loyalists, to , being the notes of Mr. Daniel Parker Coke, M.P., one of the commissioners during that . Sales of Confiscated Land and Property in North Carolina; p. + ix ISBN #; price: $ or NC res. $ [contains information about land, slaves, & other property confiscated from tories during the Revolution; many of the loyalists departed the state, so the buyers were mostly patriots].
EXCHEQUER AND AUDIT DEPARTMENT. Claims, American Loyalists, Series II. Claims, North CArolina, A.B.M. l-5b Reel no. Zl09N b b lb lu8b lu9-l59b l78b b b b 33lb L8b BARZEY, James ("for many years Commander of a Vessel from North Caro-lina, where he occasionally resided for fifteen. Loyalists of Bertie County Resource: Loyalists in North Carolina During the Revolution Robert DeMond. , Duke University Press, Durham, NC As the Revolution developed and the British Army evacuated Wilmington, being a Loyalist could mean having your lands and goods taken from you, and being brought into court on charges of treason and imprisoned or shot.
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[Albert Bruce Pruitt]. The information below comes from Dr. A.B. Pruitt’s “Abstracts of Sales of Confiscated Loyalists Land and Property in North Carolina,” Lincoln County: Report Oct. session by Thomas Espey, John Berber, & John Carruth: m) sold at vendue — estate of Moses Moore £29, curry.: land rented @£ curry.
Abstracts of Sales of Confiscated Loyalists Land and Property in North Carolina. Rocky Mount, North Carolina: A. Pruitt, FHL Collection, FHL book R2pa. Many names of these Loyalists from onwards can also be found beginning in volume 10 of the Colonial Records of North Carolina described in North Carolina Public Records.
Loyalists in North Carolina During the Revolution. Robert O. DeMond. Until the publication of this book there was little recognition of North Carolina’s outstanding contribution to the Loyalist cause during the Revolution.
This is somewhat surprising since North Carolina probably had a greater number of Loyalists. Sales of Confiscated Land and Property in North Carolina; p.
+ ix ISBN #; price: $ or NC res. $; [contains information about land, slaves, & other property confiscated from tories during the Revolution; many of the loyalists departed the state, so the buyers were mostly patriots].
To the genealogist the Appendices in the back of the book will doubtless hold the greatest interest, for herein are found (1) lists of soldiers and civilians who supported the Crown throughout the Revolution; (2) lists of Loyalists who suffered land confiscation; (3) lists of Loyalists who made application to Great Britain for compensation for loss of office or property; and (4) lists of North.
The property of loyalists was seized and sold to fill New York State coffers when funds began to run dry during the Revolutionary War. (2) A series of laws passed by the New York Provincial Congress and the Congress of the United States provided for this sequestration, and later confiscation, of forfeited loyalist property.
Report of the Loyalist Claims Commission of North America () Note book of Samuel Greatrex while he was wagon master at Charleston and planter on James Island in South Carolina () Accounts of losses () Part of evidence of William Eddis (). Military Activities of the Loyalists; Sufferings of the Loyalists; Final Struggle Between Patriots and Loyalists; Anti-Loyalists Legislation; Confiscation of Property and Debts of the Loyalists; Exodus of the Loyalists; Compensation and Pension Allowed to Loyalists; Appendices; Appendix A - Lists of Loyalists; Appendix B - Land Confiscated.
Abstracts of Sales of Confiscated Loyalist Land & Property in North Carolina - A. Pruitt North Carolina, War of - Spanish-American War Muster Rolls of the Soldiers of the War of North Carolina - Maurice S.
Toler. North Carolina may have had a greater number of Loyalists in proportion to its population than any other Colony. This book covers motivation and buildup of the impending revolt.
The author covers the military activities of the Loyalists, along with the various sufferings of these persons, including Laws against these supporters of the Crown and. WHAT'S HERE * Searchable data forland grants including names, dates and locations for years through * Included in the total grants issued by North Carolina in what is now Tennessee * Images of all existing Land Patent Books with complete metes and bounds for each patent - nowhere else online.
* Images of loose documents (surveys, warrants, receipts) for. Land P95a Abstracts of Sales of Confiscated Loyalists’ Land and Property in North Carolina. D91co Colonial Court of Claims Lapsed Warrants (), Lapsed/Delayed Patents () P95c Colonial Land Entries in North Carolina .
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Some pages are very rudimentary. 2 Accomack Land Causes, Abstracts for District and Chancery Court (), give extensive data on land ownership changes affecting Loyalists in Chesapeake and Eastern Shore areas.
3 Isle of Wight Deeds at Reels 13 and 14 (), Wills at Reels 8 and 9. Abstracts of sales of confiscated Loyalists' land and property in North Carolina Jan 1, by Albert Bruce Pruitt Unknown Binding.
Hedy Hughes Newton, Rutherford County, North Carolina, Abstracts of Minutes, Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, – (Ellenboro, NC: P.p., ), 18; citing p. JULY RUTHERFORD COUNTY, NC Land confiscation. “Following lists & are from Morgan District.
Superior Court Miscellaneous recordsDSCR ]”. Abstracts of land entries, Lincoln Co., NC, Albert Bruce Pruitt Abstracts of sales of confiscated Loyalists' land and property in Nort Albert Bruce Pruitt North Carolina, Tennessee, United States, Washington County, Washington. History of South Carolina in the Revolution by Edward McCrady (published ), pages 2.
South Carolina Loyalists in the American Revolution by Robert Stansbury Lambert (published ), pages 3. Unification of a Slave State by Rachel N. Klein (published ), pages Lists of Loyalist Estates to be confiscated.In general, the perception and treatment of Loyalists in North Carolina depended on local relationships and circumstances.
This was as true after the war as it was during the conflict. Wartime legislation gave authority to district commissioners to sell property owned by persons named in the Confiscation Acts.The Confiscation of Loyalist Property in Georgia, Robert S. Lambert* I T o the Whig element in the American states during and after the Revolution the confiscation of Loyalist property was more than just a means of punishing the hated Tories.' Confiscation also promised sufficient returns to prosecute the war successfully and to re.