Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Large collection of books, printed material, and memorabilia related to Mississippi and other subjects.
Land abstract prepared and continued for Lots 2 & 3 in Block 156 of Kemper andf Whinery survey, extension and addition to the City of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, circa 1926-1956.
Mississippi Abstract Title and Guaranty Company prepared the abstract for S.L. Heidelberg of Hattiesburg on March 9, 1926.
Photocopies of deeds for land now in Stone County, Mississippi.
Homestead certificate issued to John M. Baylis signed by President Chester A. Arthur, December 30, 1884.
A certificate of survey for a 130 acre tract of land in the Natchez District owned by John Burnet. The survey was conducted by William Vousdan in 1788 on land 45 miles north of the Fort of Natchez, and bordered in part by the Bayou Pierre (in what is now Claiborne County). A sketch of the land, scaled to an inch, is on the top part of the letter.
Family letters and deeds of land in Noxubee County, Mississippi.
Certificate transferring title to 320 acres of land originally acquired by a Choctaw Indian Land Grant to five individuals.
Photographs, artifacts, and memorabilia from Hattiesburg area businesses and others.
Land deeds of the Holmes family of Scott County, Mississippi, ca. 1869-1926. Most of the documents are in the names of David S. Holmes and his daughter, Mary L. Holmes.
Photocopies of land deeds and related documents pertaining to land in Jasper County, Mississippi, (1895, 1919, 1927, 1936), plus related documents.
Indian Claims in Mississippi. Petition of the Citizens of the State of Mississippi, Remonstrating Against Indian Claims
Petition of 91 Mississippi residents to the U.S. House of Representatives that a tribunal investigate land claims in the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit area.
Deed of land dated 1838 for land in Lowndes County, Mississippi.
. Miscellaneous materials transferred from the Richard S. Lackey Genealogy Collection. Included are copies of manuscripts, land records, and Lackey's research relating to land records.
This collection consists of one United States Land Patent dated February 23, 1821. It provides clear title to 160 acres of land in Washington County in the present state of Alabama for Bookajah Smith, assignee of James P. Hainsworth. The land sale was handled in the St. Stephens Land Office at Fort St. Stephens, Alabama.
This document contains the signature of President James Monroe and of Joseph Meigs, Commissioner of the General Land Office.
For 483 acres of land in Scott County, Mississippi.
For 40 acres of land in Covington County, Mississippi.
Patents for land in Alabama and Mississippi.
This collection consists of personal, historical and genealogical materials relating to Dorothy D. Lenoir, several of her friends, and the Foxworth family, to which she was related.
Organizational records of the Association of American Railroads; the Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad; the Mississippi Central Railroad; and the Illinois Central.
Land abstracts of properties in Greene, Lamar, Jefferson Davis, Covington, Perry, and Forrest Counties in Mississippi.
Regarding expediency of confirming claims to land in the Mississippi Territory founded on Spanish Warrants of Survey.
Regarding Creek Indian depredations in the Mississippi Territory and the validity of British and Spanish grants.
Regarding prohibiting Choctaw Indian settlement on the west bank of the Mississippi River until the tribe ceded lands lying east of the River.