Arthur Bowen

Page 214 – Arthur Bowen…145 ac…Treasury Warrant…between the Middle Fork of Holstein River and the Crabb Orchard old patent tract…Warrant #1983, dated December 20, 1781…November 26, 1782

Page 220 – William Colley…152 ac…Commissioners Certificate…granted to Richard Brindle, assigned to Colley…on a branch of the Middle fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to Andrew Smothers land…with John Ekys and Andrew Smothers…to John McMurrays land…November 25, 1782 – Richard Brindle, assignee of Elias McKey, assignee of Thomas Potter, assignee of Elias McCay…200 ac…joining Arthur Bowens lines, 144 ac surveyed for Thomas Potter on June 10, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 28, 1781 – Assigned to William Colley by purchase on October 25, 1782. Signed: Richard Brindle

Page 240 – Edward Morgan…126 ac…Commissioners Certificate…joining the lines of Arthur Bowens land and bounded by a big ridge…Beginning corner to Joseph Cole, John Patterson & Morgan…on John McMurrays line…November 26, 1782 – Edward Morgan, assignee of Samuel Hubbard…150 ac…joining Arthur Bowens land and bounded by a big ridge between him and Samuel McMurray, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 28, 1781

Page 247 – Charles Bowen, assignee of Arthur Bowen…100 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the south side of his patent tract known by the name of the Crab Orchard on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning on John McMurrys line…March 31, 1784

Page 253 – John Ickis…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the East side of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to Charles Campbells land…on Andrew Smithers line…on Isaac Romans land…by the waggon road…corner to Arthur Bowens line…April 11, 1784 – Jon Ickis…400 ac…on the east side of the Middle Fork of Holstein…249 ac surveyed on February 24, 1775…actual settlement made in 1774…August 31, 1781

Page 264 – Arthur Campbell…Treasury Warrant…400 ac…adjoining Arthur Bowens old patent survey…Beginning cross a spring branch on Jacob Andersons patent line…on an Iron bank…March 29, 1784

Page 283 – Major Arthur Bowen…35 ac…Preemption Warrant assigned by Robert Preston…on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River and on the north side of his patent tract which he now lives on including Isaac Romans Mills…Beginning to the middle of the river then up the middle of the river passing the Mill to the south bank of the river…Warrant dated December 20, 1781, #1983…August 10, 1785.

Page 402 – Arthur Bowen – 84 ac – treasury warrant #13169 – on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein River – corner to Samuel McMurry’s land – March 12, 1787