Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Two Warrants For David Greer

Georgia, Headright and Bounty Land Records, 1783-1909 Headright and bounty documents:

Monday, October 20, 2014

Cedar Key Circa 1884

Shell Mound Area Near Cedar Key

CEDAR KEY. This place is the terminus of the Central Division and is situated upon one of a series of small islands or keys lying close to the main land and surrounded by the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, forming a capacious and excellent harbor.

The neighboring islands...are occupied by the extensive "cedar-mills" of A.W. Faber and Co. ...for the manufacture of the celebrated Faber pencils... . The sponge trade is also a prominent feature of the commerce of the place... . Large quantities of fish, oysters and turtle are also shipped hence all over the State and latterly by preservation in ice to the cities of Georgia and other interior states.

Cedar Key has been for many years the chief distributing point for the trade of the lower Gulf ports being the only Gulf coast point on the peninsula reached by rail. [Source]

The area on YouTube.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Reference To Sylvester Richmond Estate

Livingston County, New York, Deeds
19 October 1899
Richmond, Sylvester (Estate)  To Anna M. Pease 

Anna M. Pease
Warren Pease
Margaret Foote
Notarized in Niagara County, New York

Saturday, October 18, 2014

One Lovely Blog Award

Hope to update this later!

Dorene from the Graveyard Rabbit of Sandusky Bay has chosen In Deeds to be awarded the "One Lovely Blog Award." Thanks so much Shelley! To be honest, I have not been blogging as much as usual this past year, due to going to work full time. But I still enjoy genealogy, and local history, and cemetery blogs very much! Here are the guidelines for the One Lovely Blog Award:

1. Thank the person who nominated you.
2. Share seven things about yourself.
3. Name 15 bloggers you admire (or as many as you can think of).
4. Contact those bloggers to let them know you've tagged them for the One Lovely Blog Award.

Washington County, Maine, Deed

From The Maine Historical Magazine, Volume 3:

See In Deeds post regarding Cadillac's granddaughter from the same source here.