A Guide to the Elizabeth B. Grimsley Collection of Virginia Land Records, 1727-1837 Grimsley, Elizabeth B., Collection, 1727-1837 18614

A Guide to the Elizabeth B. Grimsley Collection of Virginia Land Records, 1727-1837

A Collection in
the Library of Virginia
Accession Number 18614


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Repository
The Library of Virginia
Accession Number
18614
Title
Elizabeth B. Grimsley Collection of Virginia Land Records, 1727-1837
Physical Description
14 pages
Collector
Elizabeth B. Grimsley
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Elizabeth B. Grimsley Collection of Virginia Land Records, 1727-1837. Accession 18614. Personal Papers Collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Purchased from Elizabeth B. Grimsley of Culpeper County, Virginia, 2 November 1922.


Scope and Content

Collection, 1727-1837, of land records collected by Elizabeth B. Grimsley of Culpeper County, Virginia, consisting of land patents and deeds for land in Spotsylvania, Orange, and Culpeper Counties, Virginia, and a power of attorney to collect rents in Culpeper County.


Contents List

Land patent, 13 October 1727, for 400 acres in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, to Joseph Bloodworth, signed by Lieutenant Governor William Gooch.
land patent, 28 September 1728, for 251 acres in Spotsylvania County to Thomas Wright.
Deed, 7 April 1740, for 150 acres in Orange County, Virginia, from Alexander Spotswood to Roger Topp.
Deed and release deed, 21 and 22 March 1744, for 200 acres in Orange County from Francis and Thomas Wright to William Kelly.
Deed, 14 January 1761, for 200 acres in Culpeper County, Virginia, from James Conner and William Kelly to Joel Watts.
Deed, 22 August 1804, for two lots in Stevensburg, Culpeper County, from Joshua Woodrow and Nancy Woodrow to Charles Waugh.
Power of attorney, 25 October 1837, from John H. Eustace and George W. Payne to Samuel Downing, Jr., to collect rents in Culpeper County.