The Resource The Beverley patent, 1736 : including original grantees, 1736-1815, in Orange & Augusta Counties, Va., compiled and drawn by J. R. Hildebrand, (map)

The Beverley patent, 1736 : including original grantees, 1736-1815, in Orange & Augusta Counties, Va., compiled and drawn by J. R. Hildebrand, (map)

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The Beverley patent, 1736 : including original grantees, 1736-1815, in Orange & Augusta Counties, Va.
Title
The Beverley patent, 1736
Title remainder
including original grantees, 1736-1815, in Orange & Augusta Counties, Va.
Statement of responsibility
compiled and drawn by J. R. Hildebrand
Title variation
The Beverly patent, 1736
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
VMC
Characteristic
single map
Index
no index present
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The Beverley patent, 1736 : including original grantees, 1736-1815, in Orange & Augusta Counties, Va., compiled and drawn by J. R. Hildebrand, (map)
Publication
Note
  • Approximately 3 1/2 inches = 4 miles
  • "118,491 acres, the manor of Beverley patent lying and being in the County of Orange beyond the great mountains, on the river Sherando, August 12, 1736. Signed by William Gooch, Esq., Lieut. Gov., September 6, 1736 to William Beverley, of the County of Essex, gentleman. Sir John Randolph, of the town of Williamsburgh, knight. Richard Randolph, of the County of Henrico, gentleman. Under George II, of England. Note: Beverley acquired the rights of the other patentees Sept. 17, 1736."
Color
one color
Control code
36487037
Dimensions
46 x 54 cm.
Extent
1 map :
Physical medium
paper
Positive negative aspect
not applicable
Production reproduction details
other
Specific material designation
map
Type of reproduction
facsimile

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      Carrier Library Second Floor Room 203, MSC 1704, 880 Madison Drive, Harrisonburg, VA, 22807, US
      38.438299 -78.8741916
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