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4 edition of Arkansas Land Patents found in the catalog.

Arkansas Land Patents

Bobbie J. McLane

Arkansas Land Patents

Montgomery County (Granted Through 30 June 1908)

by Bobbie J. McLane

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Published by Arkansas Research .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Genealogy,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages73
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8664836M
    ISBN 101565460383
    ISBN 109781565460386

    They are written in tabular format and contain the detailed descriptions of entire survey process including the instrumentation and procedures utilized, calling all physical evidence evaluated in the survey process, and listing all of the individuals who participated in the work. Their conclusions are presented as a sharing of knowledge. Then click your "back" browser button to return to this page. Each patent was signed by the President of the United States in office at the time.

    Accordingly, their familiarity with land law remains virtually non-existent; and, they only become accustomed to State statutory regulations relative to the property appurtenant to the land, that is to say: property taxing, zoning and building codes, etc. The software is available for download free of charge from Adobe's website. Field notes are the narrative record of the cadastral survey. Some of the land so granted had survey or other costs associated with it. Follow the directions at the top of the interface page that comes up.

    Miscellaneous[ edit ] Legal entities other than natural persons such as trusts and corporations cannot obtain land patents except by express act of the United States Congress. Land patents can be transferred through inheritance. Application papers for federal land patents may have detailed information about family members and previous residence as shown in dozens of papers including land application forms, citizenship applications, Family Bible pages, marriage or death certificates, newspaper clippings, and affidavits. Share it with your network!


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Arkansas Land Patents by Bobbie J. McLane Download PDF Ebook

Information provided about each patent includes name of patentee, date of patent, volume and page where recorded, acreage of the tract, name of warrantee, date of warrant, and county where the tract was located at the time of patenting.

Land Entry Case Files and Related Records

The time period covered by this information is earliest settlement through 30 June No representation is made that the information and ideas shown on this website are accurate or advisable.

Land patent applications are generally abandoned, as the process is time-consuming, expensive, and does not have the highest success rate. The receiver bursar took the claimant's payment, because even homesteaders had to pay administrative fees.

Grassroots of America. Volume 2 has the grants in the present states of Missouri, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.

Land Patents: Everything You Need to Know

If someone began to submit an application, but thereafter abandoned it, they will still show up in the Arkansas Land Patents book papers, but not in the land patent search results. There were 30 public land states. Information includes: veteran's name, widow or mother's name, company, unit, year s of enrollment, county from which applied and death dates of the veteran and his widow.

Introductory information describes in great detail how to get copies of the patents and land entry case files, how to use other land record Arkansas Land Patents book, how to integrate the information with other sources, what is found in a typical homestead case file, where and when the Arkansas land offices operated, and a selected bibliography.

The time period covered by this information is earliest settlement through 30 June Many of them have studied the law, some intensely so, but most are not attorneys. You may be re-directed to another volume if the county you're interested in is grouped with other counties.

Your patent process is completed. A preemption law of gave Arkansas Land Patents book already living on the land the first right to claim the land. Thus, in colonial America on the Atlantic seaboarda connection was made between the surveying of a land tract and its "patenting" as private property.

The States were not involved. Land patent holders cannot have their land taken away from them by seizure or eviction. County maps are also included. Jurisdictions[ edit edit source ] The thirteen original colonies and their five daughter states Maine, Vermont, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee are considered state land states.

The actual land records were formed by the government to help prevent ownership disputes. That office double-checked the accuracy of the claim, its availability and the form of payment.

All of what is now Arkansas was once owned by the federal government--it is a public domain land state. Click here to see details about the books. Among homesteaders only about 40 percent of initial applicants finished the process and received a legal title patent to their homestead.

Land-entry Case Files--The land-entry case files and applications of those who settled in Arkansas after the Homestead Act of are in the National Archives. Those patents are still in force; the United States government honors those patents by treaty law, and, as with all such land patents, they cannot be changed.Jun 28,  · Finding & Using Military Bounty Land Records.

by Sunny McClellan Morton | Jun 28, During the colonial era and early years of the United States, cash-poor governments often lured men into military service with the promise of a chunk of frontier property. Arkansas Land Patents: Cleveland County (Granted Through 30 June ) on magicechomusic.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The land transfers recorded in the tract books include those to individual owners--by homestead, timber claim, military bounty land, land grant, or purchase, but roughly half the acres of land in Kansas were given to railroad companies to encourage railroad expansion.

The railroad companies then sold this land to private individuals.Discover your family history and start your family tree. Try free and access billions of genealogy records including Census, SSDI & Military records.How to File Bankruptcy in Arkansas. Find information you'll need to prepare download pdf Arkansas bankruptcy.

Arkansas State Archives and Libraries

If the land isn’t worth $2, you can increase the acreage up to rural acres and one urban acre, up to a total equity value of $2, in value. however, each filer is responsible for understanding the law. A do-it-yourself book.pages with 86 total maps Locating original landowners in maps has ebook been an easy task-until now.

This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Drew County, Arkansas, gleaned from the 5/5(1).