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Partial List of Baldwin County Fortunate drawers in the 1807 Land Lottery
Louisville, August 19, 1807
James Arthur
Skipp R. Blank
Reuben Blankenship
William Brewer,
Ruth Carter
Thomas Cates
Jesse Clements
Joseph Cobb
Isaac Cox,
Joseph Darden
John Duke
Moses E__,
James English
Elizabeth Etheridge
John Bond for D? Evans
John Fielder
William Fitzpatrick,
Daniel Garrett
John Goldsmith
Judah(?) Greer,
Joseph Grimsley
Sarah Hill (widow)
Joseph Hughey
Willie Hutchins
Vincey Inglith,
Benjamin Irvin
Joseph Jackson
Thomas H. Kenan,
John Lantrip
Jane Miller (widow)
Robert Morrow
Edward Oxford
Thomas Phillips
William Proctor
John Ragan
William R. Reddock
Amos Shaw
Charles Simmons
Lewis Smith,
Robert Wicker
Ann Willson,
Thomas Wooton
William Wooton

Note: this is just the list of drawers for
August 19, 1807, not a complete list

Published Augusta Chronicle September 5, 1807




 

Louisville, September 16, 1807
Caleb Bazer
David Bazemore
Theophilus Brantley
Thomas Campbell
Edmond Carlisle
John Carlisle's orps
James Carter
Wm. J. Clarke
Joseph Collins
Geo. Crosbe
Jonathan Day
George P. Dykes
James Dudley
Wm Favor for (Glady creek,)
James Few
James Garyham
Charles H. Gilmore's orps.
Daniel Greene
Wm. Greene
Charles Hardy's orphans
Michael Harvey
Thomas Havey
Wm. Hutt
David Irwin
Mordica Jacob
Bally James
John Kimbro
Wm. King's orps.
Richard Langham
Wheatles Lord
Elijah Lumsdale
John McCloud
James H. McGaughey
Green Mullens
Wm. Newsom
Jeremiah Pool
Wm. Robertson
James Roe
Wm. Simmons (b.c)
Thomas Smedley
Bird Smith
Benj. Rasberry
Vaughan Scot
Edward Sutton
Wm. Tucker
John Waller
Joseph White
Abel Woods

Note: this is just the list of drawers for
September 16, 1807, not a complete list
Published Oct. 24, 1807 Augusta Chronicle

Authority: Act of June 26, 1806
Year of Drawing: 1807
Counties
Baldwin: 15 Districts (6-20)
Wilkinson: 23 Districts (6-28)
bounded by Ocmulgee River
Size of Land Lots
Baldwin: 202 ½ acres (2970 feet square)
Wilkinson: 202 ½ acres (2970 feet square)

Source: Augusta Chronicle September 5, 1807, October 24, 1807; Georgia Archives

Eileen Babb McAdams copyright 2004