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South Carolina colonial land policies

by Robert K. Ackerman

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Published by Published for the South Carolina Tricentennial Commission by the University of South Carolina Press in Columbia .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Carolina
    • Subjects:
    • Land grants -- South Carolina -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 122-126.

      Statementby Robert K. Ackerman.
      ContributionsSouth Carolina Tricentennial Commission.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD243.S6 A3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 133 p.
      Number of Pages133
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5054043M
      ISBN 100872492540
      LC Control Number74016184

      map - french, includes land owners names map - four counties map; map - South Carolina, Georgia map - South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia map - South Carolina to Florida map - South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia map - judicial districts SC Colonial Maps – Counties and Districts. North Carolina Land Records. USA (1,,) > North Carolina (53,) > North Carolina Land Records () Statewide Land Records. North Carolina Land Grant Files Ancestry. Colonial land entries in North Carolina Family History Library. Colonial petitions for land resurveys, some land warrants , caveats of land warrants in North Carolina Family .

      aided by a favorable land policy, direct financial aid from the Crown, and the relative ease with which they were assi­ milated into the province. It is suggested that all of these factors plus the nature of the Huguenots themselves may account for their rapid establishment in South Carolina. Size: feet of linear shelf space (approximately items) Abstract: The collection includes miscellaneous land grants from the Carolina Proprietors and royal and state governors, legal certificates of alterations in land grants, and deeds from individuals, chiefly in the colonial period and for lands in eastern North Carolina.

      Search plats for state land grants from South Carolina. A-Z of record sets. South Carolina, Plats For State Land Grants From this index, you can discover your ancestor’s name as well as the year, location, document description, and names of others mentioned in the document. By: Joseph A. Grooves and Rev. S. Emmett Lucas, Jr., Pub. , revised , and reprinted , pages, Index, ISBN #There were two major Alston-Allston lines: one in North Carolina from which the author descends and which is a very comprehensive genealogy of this family; the other was the Allston family of South Carolina, in which the author concentrated on the male line.


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South Carolina colonial land policies, by Ackerman, Robert K. Published for the South Carolina Tricentennial Commission by the University of South Carolina Press.

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NORTH CAROLINA REFERENCE BOOKS: E-Mail A.B. Pruitt for book availability [email protected] Map Courtesy of COLONIAL LAND ENTRIES: Bladen County 1, warrants by Miles Philbeck ().

Colonial Plats This series consists of copies of earlier recordings of plats for colonial land grants. The plats include their certificates of admeasurement. To access the images: navigate to the Landing Page, select "Just take me to the search page", then select the Series "Colonial Plat Books (Copy Series), (S)".

The South Carolina Assembly passed an act in to encourage settlers to come to the colony. The colonial government would pay four pounds sterling for the passage of every poor Protestant brought to South Carolina from Europe.

The measure was actually a benefit to shipowners who received the bounty for the passengers they carried in their ships. An alphabetized list for the Colony of South Carolina, based on records of to Includes record of Loyalists, Petitioners, Residents, and 98 Warrants for Land. An excellent starting point in searching for early Carolina colonists.

Aug Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. An Abstract of the records of all grants of land that have been made in the Province of South Carolina, from the first establishment of this Colony, specifying the names of the grantees, the time when each grant was made, the quantity of acres, and the quitrents, if any, reserved thereon and expressing the situation and location of each grant to 12 December Research and books concerning South Carolina's earliest colonial period, the proprietary period - Carolinacom A Guide to South Carolina Genealogical Research and Records NEW EDITION.

Revised $ (soft cover). Contents: I. PROBATE RECORDS, II. LAND RECORDS, III. EQUITY RECORDS, IV. TAX RECORDS, V. COUNTY COURT MINUTES, VI.

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Price: $ SC Department of Archives and History. Parklane Road. Columbia, SC In the South Central Pennsylvania Genealogical Society presented the Henry J.

Young award to Dr. Hively for his tremendous work pertaining to the original land warrantees for properties in York County. *Please contact the York County History Center Book Store at to check the availability of maps and books. South Carolina colonial land policies / by Robert K.

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vii, p. ; 22 cm. Royal policy for the granting of land in South Carolina was set forth in the September instructions for the first regular royal governor, Robert Johnson. Johnson was proclaimed governor in the colony in January and began issuing warrants for surveys for land grants late that same year.

South Carolina as a Royal Province,e-book; Warrants for Land in South Carolina, Index and images ($) Warrants for Land in South Carolina, Index and images ($) Warrants for Land in South Carolina, Index and images ($) Records of the Secretary of the Province and the Register of the Province of South Carolina, ; South Carolina, Plats For.

South Carolina Land Grants. Appendix I. A register of grants of land in South Carolina between the years and has been preserved under the reference CO. 5, The entries for have been extracted and are given below.

The register records the name of grantee, place where the land granted lay, number of acres, date of grant and rent.

After the move of the state's capital to Columbia inthe Surveyor General maintained offices in both Columbia and Charleston. The Charleston office retained the original plat books.

An attempt to copy the land records between and failed to duplicate the colonial plat books. University of South Carolina history professor, Robert Weir, has admirably filled in a lot of gaps in the public's mind regarding early American with his excellent Colonial South Carolina: A History.

Considering South Carolina's preeminent role in British America south of Williamsburg, VA, the role that the colony played extended far beyond its Reviews:. Search by personal name or geographic feature to access free plat images digitized from a duplicate set of the original recordings of plats for colonial land grants in South Carolina, including their certificates of admeasurement.

Digitized from "Colonial Plat Books (Copy Series), " by the South Carolina State Archives. 11 of   Welcome to Carolina COLONIAL RECORDS: South Carolina holds one of the finest collections of colonial records for the Proprietary Period (). Preserved in the state archives, but only partially indexed and written in seventeenth century script, these official record books of the province are a challenge to use, particularly on microfilm, and have been underutilized by Missing: land policies.

South Carolina is a State-Land State. Land and property records, in combination with court records, are often the key to solving difficult research problems. South Carolina's colonial land records are among the most complete of the thirteen original colonies, probably because all records were maintained in Charleston, and Charleston was not destroyed during the Revolutionary War.