3 edition of Virginia military district in Ohio. found in the catalog.
Virginia military district in Ohio.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary
|Other titles||Military claims in Virginia military district of Ohio|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||61|
During the war, American soldiers were issued land warrants to help compensate for their service. The amount of land varied according to rank. In , Congress established the United States Military District to pay off the government's remaining land debts. The eastern boundary was the Seven Ranges. Virginia Military District in Ohio. Papers designed to illustrate the necessity for the passage of Bill H. R. [Virginia Military Reserve in Ohio.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Revolutionary War Records Virginia: Virginia Army and Navy Forces with Bounty Land Warrants for Virginia Military District of Ohio and Virginia Military Scrip from Federal and State Records. by Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh. Paperback $ This book is a MUST on anyone doing research of Virginia. It is a massive collection of Virginia’s. Virginia Army and Navy Forces with Bounty Land Warrants for Virginia Military District of Ohio, and Virginia Military Scrip; from Federal and State Archives Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Based on widely scattered and little known records, Brumbaugh's massive Virginia compilation is one of the most ambitious collections of Revolutionary War source.
Alma Aicholtz Smith, Ohio Lands: Hamilton County Deed Book A, , Territory Northwest of the River Ohio (). Main Library ( qS) and circulating copy available. Describes Symmes Purchase, Virginia Military District, Congress Lands (west of Great Miami River), reference maps, bibliography, settlement and formation of Hamilton County, Recorder's Office indexes description. The first U.S. Patent for District land was issued on Febru The State of Ohio Archives has original Virginia Military District Entry and Survey records, a card index of entrymen, W.P.A. plats of 16 of the 23 counties involved, and a list of the entries which were withdrawn.
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Virginia Military District Survey Book Index. Arranged numerically by Survey number. White three-ring binder (located on the Land Research reference shelf) Cites the Survey Book volume letters and page number.
Entries may also include Ohio county and township names. Catalogue of Virginia Military Warrants, by Samuel M. Wilson [R Wv]Author: Elizabeth Woods. Virginia Military Lands () Virginia Military Lands are a body of land lying between the Scioto and Little Miami rivers, bounded by Ohio River on the south, and Auglaize, Hardin, and Marion Counties on the north.
This tract in the southwestern part of the State contains about four. The first settlement in the Virginia Military District was Massie's Station, which was founded in The village of Chillicothe was founded quite early as well. Many Virginians settled in the area.
In some cases, newcomers gave up their slaves in order to move to Ohio since the Northwest Ordinance did not allow slavery in the territory.
Army & Navy Forces, W. Bounty Land Warrants for Va. Military Dist. of Ohio, & Va. Military Scrip; from Federal & State Archives Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh Virginia military district in Ohio.
book 2 pages. Before arriving in Ohio, each tribe had been acculturated in some degree through contacts with the French, British, or colonial Americans. Though France had long claimed the Ohio country, they erected no posts in what is now the state of Ohio.
Ohio lacks the French element in its early history that is common to states to its north and west. InVirginia turned over all remaining land to the federal government.
InCongress granted the land to the State of Ohio, which used it to create and endowment for The Ohio State University.
Please note that the maps in this book were created before the establishment of Taylor Township in Use Congress Lands and United States Military District Tract & Entry Book Index, ca.[State Archives Series ] GRto find the Tract & Entry book title, volume, and page number.
Plat Maps. Collection. Federal rectangular survey of plats in Ohio, [State Archives Series ]. Using Virginia Revolutionary War Records. Richmond: Library of Virginia, This is a comprehensive overview of both published and archival materials. Wilson, Samuel Mackay.
Virginia Land Bounty Warrants. Baltimore: Southern Book Co. Original source: U.S. Revolutionary War Bounty Land Warrants Used in the U.S. Military District of Ohio and Relating Papers (Acts of, and ). Records relating to Virginia military bounty land warrants (issued by the state to its Revolutionary War veterans and exchangeable for patents to land in the Virginia Military District in Ohio),including entry and survey books for the Virginia Military District, ; with name indexes to warrantees and patentees, Virginia Military District: | | ||| | Map of Ohio showing the Virginia Military District in World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.
Virginia Military Reserve. Virginia created two military reserves, one on each side of the Ohio River Source: Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States, Military Reserves,With Dates of Creation (Plate 45b, digitized by University of Richmond) InVirginia offered to relinquish its claims to lands northwest of the Ohio River to the Continental Congress.
The collection consists of seven entry books, ca. to surveys, and an index to entries, referring to land in the Virginia Military District lying between the Scioto and Little Miami Rivers in Ohio, which was surveyed under the direction of Anderson, his son-in-law, Allen Latham, and his son, William Marshall Anderson.
Virginia Military District entry and survey books are arranged by entry number or survey number. Information includes names of Virginia military warrant recipients, heirs, or assignees, warrant numbers, names of persons for whom the surveys were done, numbers of acres in each survey, dates of entry or survey, and names of surveyors and chainmen.
Chillicothe, Ohio, founded inbecame the capital of the Northwest Territory in and the capital of Ohio in Cheap land in the Virginia Military District drew settlers to the area in the s. These early settlers came to the Chillicothe area with the idea of building a new state, and the State of Ohio constitution was signed in Chillicothe in John Melish created this map of Ohio around The land office districts in Ohio, including the Virginia Military District, the Ohio Company and the Western Reserve lands are shown on the map.
Also depicted is the border between the American Indian lands in the northwest part of the state and the land settled by white pioneers. This border was created by the Treaty of Greenville, signed in.
Clermont Surveyed as part of Virginia Military District from "Clermont County, Ohio Bicentennial, ". Available at our museum or by mail, $ By Alma Aicholtz Smith. The first land instrument recorded in Clermont County is a Virginia military sur- vey. Grants in the Virginia Military District of Ohio.
[Clifford Neal Smith] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Clifford Neal Smith. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Get this from a library. The law of warrants, entries, surveys and patents, in the Virginia Military District in Ohio: with copious references to the Kentucky decisions.
[Henry Folsom Page]. The Virginia Military District was an area in present-day Ohio, bordered by the Little Miami, Ohio and Scioto Rivers. This land was set aside by Virginia to pay its Revolutionary War soldiers.
Cite as: Virginia Military District Maps, , MssCincinnati Historical Society, Cincinnati Museum Center. Federal Land Series. A Calendar of Archival Materials on the Land Patents Issued by the United States Government, with Subject, Tract, and Name in the Virginia Military District of Ohio [Smith, Clifford Neal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Federal Land Series. A Calendar of Archival Materials on the Land Patents Issued by the United States Government.Grants in the Virginia Military District of Ohio by Clifford Neal Smith,American Library Association edition, in English.volume i, virginia virginia army and navy forces with bounty land warrants for virginia military district of ohio, and virginia military scrip; from federal and state archives by gaius marcus brumbaugh m.d., m.s., litt.d • • washington, d.c.