The Natchez Court Records, 1767-1805

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Genealogical Publishing Com, Jun 1, 2009 - Reference - 635 pages
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In 1781, two years after Spain took the Natchez District from the British, the Spanish commandant commenced to record all matters involving the mainly British inhabitants that would normally come before a tribunal--records of sureties, bills of sale for land and slaves, inventories, appraisals, wills, etc. Records of these matters comprise Part One of this work; the second part of the work, Land Claims, 1767-1805, deals with British land grants in the Natchez District and is based on abstracts of land titles submitted to the United States for confirmation of land ownership.
 

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