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Carrington Surveys, 1785-1812

Carrington Surveys, 1785-1812
Mss. 39.2 C23
5.0 Items
Scope and Contents
Includes survey with plat, 1785, of 65 acres on Willis Creek in Cumberland Co., Va. conveyed by Joseph Carrington to Mayo Carrington; bond, 1812, of John Adams, Richard Adams and Samuel Adams (guardians of the children of Mayo Carrington) with Benjamin Carrington to make title good on land belonging to estate of Mayo Carrington purchased by Benjamin Carrington; release, 1812, by Ann Carrington of dower right in land of Mayo Carrington; release (draft), [1812], of Eliza G. Carrington to claim as heir in land of Mayo Carrington; and plat, n.d.,of 473 3/4 acres of land belonging to Benjamin Carrington in Cumberland Co., Va.
Carrington family
Adams, Richard
Adams, Samuel
Carrington, Ann
Carrington, Benjamin (1768-1838)
Carrington, Eliza
Carrington, Joseph (1741-1802)
Carrington, Mayo
Cumberland County (Va.)--History--18th century
Cumberland County (Va.)--History--20th century
Cumberland County (Va.)--Surveys
Deeds--Virginia--Cumberland County
Legal documents
Surveys (documents)

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Acquisition Note
 Source: Louis H. Stoneman.
Purchase of 5 items.
Preferred Citation
Carrington Surveys, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.
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