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Archibald Campbell and William Willis Grant


Originally copied by Wm R Stevens and held at the Campbell County Historical & Genealogical Society in Alexandria.

Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds by Willard Rouse Jillson, Fayette Entries, page 84, 30 March 1784

Archibald Campbell and W William Enters 1000 acres of land on part of a Treasury Warrant No 9327 Containing 1250 acres laying on the waters of bank Lick Creek Beginning at the West Corner of Uriah Mallories Survey of 2320 acres thence South 45 West 400 poles thence South 45 East 400 poles thence North 45 West 400 poles to the Beginning on side. Surveyed and recorded the the direction aforesaid A Campbell.

Kentucky Land Grants by William Rouse Jillson, Virginia Grants, Page 32

Archibald Campbell; 1000 acres; Book 5, page 322, Surveyed 2 May 1784; County Fayette; Watercourse-Bank Lick Creek

Patrick Henry, esquire Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia by virtue & in consideration of a Land office treasury warrant number 9327 & issued the 26th day of November 1781.  There is granted by the said Commonwealth unto Archibald Campbell & William Willis a certain tract or parcel of land, containing one thousand acres by survey bearing date the 2nd day of May 1784 lying & being in the County of Fayette on the waters of Bank Lick Creek and Bounded as followeth to wit.

Beginning at the west corner of a survey made for Uriel Mammory of two thousand three hundred & twenty acres at two Sugar trees, beach & white ash; thence south forty five degrees west then south forty five degrees, east four hundred poles crossing at three hundred & ninety five poles to two Elms sugar tree & forty five degrees east four hundred poles crossing the Creek at thirty seven poles Just above the fork crossing the said Creek twice at a bend at one hundred seventy four poles to two white hundred poles to the Richmond on the second day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & eighty five.


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