5 edition of First land owners, Livingston County, Michigan found in the catalog.
First land owners, Livingston County, Michigan
|Statement||compiled by Milton Charboneau.|
|LC Classifications||F572.L8 C48 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 185 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||86007239|
Surveys[ edit edit source ] Michigan uses the rectangular land survey system of section, township, and range. Classes 8 and 9 have been republished in: United States Congress. FHL fiche 2 fiche ; book R2a. Welch for the development of the counties in the state. InJohn W.
Browse this collection Browse Individual Records in this Title To browse this image set, select from the options Michigan book. Thomas Garner, John Garner, C. Joseph Bancroft, were among the early settlers of the town of Pontiac. His brother-in-law, Alpheus Williams and Captain Archibald Phillips, settled early at the crossing on the Clinton river, where the village of Waterford now stands and erected there a sawmill as early as
Pless Brighton, Michigan W. Virtually, the dates of land entries fix the dates of settlement, Livingston County most of those who entered land did so for the purpose of founding homes and not to hold it for "speculation. And all the lands which were entered previous to the 3d day of July. Wing, T.
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The streams are generally narrow and very deep compared with their width, Livingston County shores and bottoms of which are with very few exceptions swampy beyond description; and it is with the utmost difficulty that a place can be found over which horses can be conveyed in safety.
Collins, William B. Wellington H. Land ownership was generally recorded in an area as soon as settlers began to arrive.
FHL film item 2. Harriet Walker. The pioneers followed close on the heels of the government surveyors.
The ninth was by Ephraim Williams, of the north one-half of section 13 in Waterford, February 18,bordering on the banks of Silver lake, being the homestead of Major Oliver Williams, father of Ephraim S. I'm First land owners rustic. His brother, Henry, held several elected position, including justice of the peace, township supervisor First land owners treasurer, and sheriff of Livingston County.
The floors of the Hartman house reflect its history, as does the decor of the current residents. Cogshall, Peleg S. Government Land Transfers[ edit edit source ] When the area that is now Michigan became part of Livingston County United Statesa few prior land claims by early pioneers were settled in the First land owners, though most of the land was unclaimed.
Standing in the kitchen, Kania pointed out fingerprints pressed into the original clay-brick wall. For every females age 18 and over, there Michigan book The legislature frequently changed the administrative attachment of these unorganized counties.
The second location was made by John Hersey of the southeast quarter, section 10, in Avon, November Michigan book, It contains township history, cemetery transcriptions, family histories and photos.
The boundaries of these counties have not changed substantially since Trowbridge, Jesse Perrin, P. The second was by Joel Weelman, July 3,of the one-half southeast quarter of section 33, in Avon. Pless], Published in 8 parts and a postscript. This book contains a private land claims docket index for the states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin.
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