3 edition of The Third or 1820 Land Lotteries of Georgia found in the catalog.
The Third or 1820 Land Lotteries of Georgia
S. Emmett Lucas
by Southern Historical Pr
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
There were 8 land lotteries in Georgia from to All of them required that participants in them be residents of Georgia. Since it looks like your William Wilson didn’t come to Georgia until the ’s, he more than likely didn’t participate in any Georgia land lottery. Description. In and again in , the State of Georgia conducted the Third and Fourth Land Lotteries to distribute the former Cherokee and Creek lands within the state that those tribes had ceded to the federal government between and
The Smith book includes land and gold lotteries, with maps of each district. Silas Lucas also published several indexes, including Second or land lottery of Georgia ( Se2), Third and fourth or and land lotteries of Georgia ( Gt), and gold lottery of Georgia ( L96e). GEORGIA LAND LOTTERY This was the second lottery and there were no McClungs participating. & LAND LOTTERIES OF GEORGIA By Rev. Silas E. Lucas, Jr. These were the 3rd and 4th lotteries. This book is only roughly indexed.
The Land Lottery of Georgia, and Other Missing Names of Winners in the Georgia Land Lotteries (Book): Davis, Robert Scott: By: Robert S. Davis, Pub. , Reprinted , 74 pages, Index, ISBN #Farris Cadle, author of an upcoming book on the history of Georgia land grants and surveys, discovered a Georgia law of that ordered the fractional (less then 40 acres) land. By: Robert S. Davis, Pub. , Reprinted , 74 pages, Index, ISBN #Farris Cadle, author of an upcoming book on the history of Georgia land grants and surveys, discovered a Georgia law of that ordered the fractional (less then 40 acres) land lots of the Georgia Gold Lot Lottery to be dispensed in a special land lottery.
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Unlike other Land Lottery books on Georgia, this one the is NOT and will not be available for reviewing on the internet.
If you want it, you will need to buy it here in book format. This Lottery created 8 new counties: Appling, Early, Gwinnett, Habersham, Hall, Irwin, Raburn and Walton, which in later years have been further divided into 5/5(2).
The third or land lottery of Georgia by S. Emmett Lucas,Southern Historical Press edition, in EnglishWritten: The third or land lottery of Georgia. [S Emmett Lucas] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. The Georgia land lotteries were an early nineteenth century system of land redistribution in this system, qualifying citizens could register for a chance to win lots of land that had formerly (and in most cases recently) been occupied by the Creek Indians and the Cherokee Nation.
The lottery system was utilized by the State of Georgia between. Third and fourth, or and land lotteries of Georgia. Easley, S.C.: Georgia Genealogical Reprints: Southern Historical Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Description:pages, 2 unnumbered leaves of plates: maps ; 24 cm: Other Titles: and land lotteries of Georgia.
The Third and Fourth or and Land Lotteries of Georgia, [comp. by Silas Emmett Lucas Jr.]. (Easley, S.C.: Georgia Genealogical Reprints/Southern Historical Press, ) The Third or Land Lottery of Georgia, comp.
by Silas Emmett Lucas Jr. (Easley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, ). (Atlanta: Georgia Secretary of State, ). How can I learn more about specific Land Lotteries. Follow the links to see an overview of each land lottery, its eligibility requirements, and other information.
(first) (second) (third) (fourth) (fifth) (sixth) (seventh or gold lottery) (eighth). The Third and Fourth or and Land Lotteries of Georgia, [comp. by Silas Emmett Lucas Jr.]. (Easley, S.C.: Georgia Genealogical Reprints/Southern Historical Press, ).
The Third or Land Lottery of Georgia, comp. by Silas Emmett Lucas Jr. (Easley, S.C.: Southern Historical Press, ). Georgia Land Lotteries; Land Lottery Book. Lane Lottery Book: (Note Luke Badgett of Ellis District is Luke Paget of Ellis District per Act of the General Assembly ) "Some Names Omitted from the Twiggs County, Ga.
List of Winners in the Land Lottery." Central Georgia Genealogical Society Quarterly 8 ( Lottery. Presented on these pages is a recap of various information regarding the Fourth Land Lottery of Georgia, or, the Land Lottery.
This lottery was for lands ceded by the Creek Nation of Indians by treaty made and concluded at the Indian Spring. The remaining northern and western areas of present-day Georgia were surveyed and given away by land lotteries in, and The Georgia Genealogical Society published a guide to researching the Georgia land lotteries.
The Smith book includes land and gold lotteries, with maps of each district. Silas Lucas also published several indexes, including Second or land lottery of Georgia ( Se2), Third and fourth or and land lotteries of Georgia ( Gt), and gold lottery of.
After Jesse’s decease, though, it was his widow Sarah who was a “fortunate drawer” in the seventh land lottery held by Georgia in She was awarded a 40 acre lot in Cherokee County which had originally been Cherokee Indian territory.
The state of Georgia used a unique lottery system to distribute land between the years of to Family of orphans un father dead, mother living, 3~year residence in Georgia 1 draw.
Persons Excluded were any fortunate drawer in the previous land lottery. These records have been extracted from the book: The Second or Land Lottery of Georgia, compiled by Silas Emmett Lucas Jr. Easley, S.C.: Southern.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The Third and fourth, or and land lotteries of Georgia in SearchWorks catalog. State of Georgia, County of Wilkes: I, S. Fanning, Ordinary, certify that the foregoing pages are true and correct, as taken from the Land Lottery Records of said County.
Given under my official hand and the Seal of said Court, this, the 26th day of October, S. FANNING, Ordinary. Wilkes County, Georgia. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Third or Land Lottery of Georgia at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.
The Third or Land Lottery of GA by Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas Jr The Fourth of Land Lottery of GA by Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr. Georgia Bible Records, by Jeannette Holland Austin Georgia Interstate Records, by Jeannette Holland Austin Ebenezer Record Book by George F. Jones & Sheryl Exley Register of Deaths in.
andthe state of Georgia conducted eight land lotteries (one each in,and and two in ) in which public lands in the interior of the state were dispersed to small yeoman farmers (i.e., farmers who cultivate their own land) based on a system of eligibility and chance.
The Third and fourth, or and land lotteries of Georgia. This list was taken from both Flanigan's History of Gwinnett County vol 1 and Land Lottery of Georgia by Lucas. However, it was not practical to double check all names.
The list also includes winners living in the portion of Gwinnett that had been Jackson county (all were listed in Hamilton's militia district).
"r.s." designates Revolutionary War service.Any fortunate drawer in any previous Land Lottery. [ Home ] [ Up ] [ Mary Slaughter Indenture ] [ First Lottery Georgia ] [ Second Ga. Lottery ] [ Georgia 2nd Land Lottery ] [ Third Georgia Land Lottery ] [ Fourth Ga.
Lottery ] [ Fifth Ga. Lottery ] [ Crawford Lottery ] [ Lottery Sorted by Name ].The state of Georgia did nothing for its Revolutionary War veterans until when veterans were allowed to enter the Third Land Lottery of Georgia. Requirements for entering this lottery included residence in the state of Georgia for at least three years and service in the United States military during the Revolutionary War.