Washington County 1771-1783

Washington County Surveyor entries follows the veterans list.

This Battle of Kings Mountain veterans list is taken from Summers’ History of SW VA. A primary source was the “Musterung Ground.” People who joined along the way would be missing. People who did not make it to the battle would be included. BKM indicates those stated to be part of the Overmountain expedition. Those w/o BKM were veterans of something, perhaps not BKM.

There are obvious errors of fact or of interpretation in almost every list. Samuel Newell Senr is listed among the BKM (Battle of King’s Mountain) soldiers. SN1713 was rather old to be soldiering by 1780. He lived at the mustering ground so apparently somebody recorded the fact that he was there. Samuel Colville is in the BKM list, but Washington county recorded his death in March 1780. Perhaps it was Samuel Colville’s look alike brother at the mustering ground.

The plaque on the obelisk at King’s Mountain National Park lists those killed or wounded there. It does not list those killed or wounded en route.

Allen, Moses.
Alexander, William, BKM.
Alexander, Jeremiah, BKM.
Alexander, Oliver, BKM.
Anderson, William, BKM.
Anderson, Jacob, BKM.
Anderson, John, BKM.
Barker, Enoch, BKM.
Barker, Charles, BKM.
Barker, Joel, BKM.
Barker, Edward, BKM.
Barker, Henry, BKM.
Blackburn, Arthur, BKM.
Blackburn, .John, BKM.
Blackburn, Joseph, BKM.
Blackmore, John, BKM.
Blackburn, William, BKM. Killed. Lieutenant.
Bowen, John, BKM. Son of Rees Bowen.
Bowen, William, BKM. Captain.
Bowen, Robert, BKM.
Bowen, Henry, BKM.
Bowen, Charles, BKM.
Bowen, Rees, BKM. Killed. Lieutenant. Commanded a company.
Bowen, Arthur, BKM. Captain.
Browning. Enos, BKM.
Brown, Michael, BKM.
Boran, Bazil, BKM.
Brush, Enoch.
Bishop, Levi, BKM. Ensign.
Brown, Low.
Boiling, Jarrett.
Brooks, William.
Berry, James, BKM.
Blackmore, William, BKM. Ensign.
Burney, William, BKM.
Beattie, John, BKM. Ensign. Killed.
Beattie, David, BKM. Captain.
Beattie, Francis, BKM.
Beattie, William, BKM.
Bickley, Charles, BKM.
Benning, Benoni, BKM. Wounded three times.
Bullen, William, BKM.
Beane, Robert, BKM.
Buchanan, Samuel, BKM.
Buchanan, Robert, BKM.
Breckenridge, Alex., BKM.
Breckenridge, George, BKM. Twelve years old.
Breckenridge, John, BKM.
Black, Joseph, BKM.
Barnes, Alexander, BKM. Captain.
Bartlett, William, BKM. Lieutenant.
Bamett, Alexander, BKM. Captain.
Bowman, Esaius, BKM.
Craig, Robert, BKM. Captain.
Craig, Robert, Jr., BKM.
Carson, David, BKM.
Craig, James, BKM.
Clark, George, BKM.
Corry, James, BKM. Killed.
Colley, Thomas, BKM.
Campbell, David, BKM.
Cock, James, BKM.
Cock, Charles, BKM.
Campbell, William, Jr., BKM.
Campbell, William, BKM. Colonel.
Crow, James, BKM.
Carpenter, John, BKM.
Craig, John, BKM. Captain.
Craig, David, BKM.
Cusick, John, BKM, Wounded Whitsill’s Mill.
Colvill, Andrew, BKM. Captain.
Colvill, Samuel, BKM. Wounded. Died November 20, 1780.
Campbell, Robert, BKM. Woumded Long Island. Ensign.
Campbell, Hugh, BKM.
Campbell, Patrick, BKM. Lieutenant.
Cowan, Andrew, BKM.
Cowan, William, BKM. Lieutenant.
Curry, James, BKM.
Crank, William, BKM.
Crawford, John R.
Carmack, William.
Carson, John.
Carswell, Andrew, BKM
Cole, William.
Cole, Thomas, BKM.
Cole, Joseph, BKM.
Cunningham, William. \
Cunningham, Jonathan.
Cuddy, John.
Cuddy, James.
Campbell, John, BKM. Captain.
Crabtree, James, BKM. Captain.
Crabtree, Jacob.
Cope, John, BKM. Continental Army. Sub for Mathias Harman.
Caldwell, Thomas, BKM. Lieutenant.
Casey, William.
Crockett, William.
Crock, William. Ensign. BKM.
Davison, Daniel, BKM. Ensign.
Davison, William, BKM. Lieutenant.
Doran, Alexander, BKM. Ensign.
Doran, James, BKM.
Dryden, Nathaniel, BKM. Killed. Ensign.
Duff, Samuel, BKM.
Diyden, William, BKM.
Dryden, James, BKM.
Dolberry, Lytton.
Dysart, James, BKM. Captain.
Dickerson, Henry, BKM. Private Captain Colvill’s Company.
Dennison, Robert, BKM.
Dorton, William, Jr., BKM.
Davis, John, BKM. Captain.
Davis, Robert, BKM.
Dorton, Moses, BKM. Horse killed Whitsill’s Mill.
Douglas, Jonathan, BKM. Wounded accidentally.
Darnel, David, BKM. Wounded.
Duck, Samuel, BKM.
Davis, Nathaniel, BKM.
Davis, Samuel, BKM.
Douglas, James, BKM.
Edmiston, William, BKM. Killed. Captain.
Edmiston, Robert, Jr., KM. Killed. Lt. Shot by British guard before action began
Edmiston, Andrew, BKM. Killed. Captain.
Estill, Benjamin, BKM.
Eakin, William.
Evans, David, Virginia Line, April 19, 1780.
Evans, Evan, BKM, Guilford Courthouse.
Ely, William, BKM.
Evans, Andrew, BKM.
Evans, Samuel, BKM.
Edmiston, Samuel, BKM.
Edmiston, John, BKM.
Elder, Robert.
Edmiston, Thomas, BKM.
Edmiston, Robert, BKM.
Edmiston, William, BKM. Major.
Elliott, James. Captain. Killed in service, 1780.
Fleenor, Joel, BKM.
Fleenor, Charles, BKM.
Fulkerson, Janles, BKM. Captain.
Fulkerson, Richard, BKM.
Fisher, Frederick, BKM. Wounded.
Fowler, William, BKM. Killed.
Fowler. James. BKM. Noted scout Continental svc under Col Wm Russell, Ft Blair.
Frazer, Daniel, BKM.
Frazer, John, BKM.
Faris, Thomas, BKM.
Francis, Thomas, BKM.
Freeman, William, Virginia Line.
Fletcher, Thomas, BKM.
Finley, George, BKM. Lieutenant.
Fork, William, BKM.
Gist, Thomas, BKM.
Gilbert, Samuel.
Gray, Alexander.
Galliher, Joel, BKM. Horse killed in fight.
Gillespie, Thomas, BKM.
Gist, Nathaniel, BKM. Killed.
Given, James, BKM.
Gist, Richard, BKM.
Gibson, John, BKM.
Gibson, George, BKM.
Gibson, Thomas, BKM.
Graham, James, BKM.
Grimes, James, BKM.
Gilliland, James, Virginia Militia, BKM.
Greer, William, BKM.
Grier, John, BKM.
Goff, William, BKM.
Goff, Andrew, BKM. Ensign. V,
Harrell, Reuben, BKM.
Henegar, Henry, BKM. Killed.
Henegar, Jacob, BKM. Ensign.
Henegar, John, BKM.
Hyce, Leonard, BKM. Wounded.
Hayter, Israel, BKM. Wounded.
Hobbs, Thomas, BKM and Cherokee Expedition. Wounded.
Hamilton, Robert, BKM.
Hemphill, Charles, BKM.
Higganbottom, Robert, BKM.
Hall, Jesse, BKM.
Howard, William, BKM.
Henderson, John, BKM.
Houston, William, BKM.
Houston, John, BKM. Ensign.
Henry, Robert, BKM.
Hortenstine, Abraham, BKM.
Hunt, Zacariah.
Harris, Nathaniel.
Hilliard, James.
Hughes, Peter.
Hillan, James, North Carolina Line, BKM.
Hobbs, Ezekiel.
Hamilton, Alexander.
Hughes, Samuel.
Hampton, John.
Hundley, Samuel, BKM.
Hughes, John.
Hamonds, Abraham.
Hensley, Samuel, BKM.
Harkleroad, Henry, BKM.
Hays, Samuel. BKM.
Houston, James, BKM. Ensign.
Johnston, Samuel, BKM. Virginia State troops.
Jamison, John, BKM. Lieutenant.
Jenkins, Thomas, BKM.
Jenkins, William, BKM.
Keeps, James, Sergeant, BKM.
Kilgore, Charles, BKM.
Keys, James, BKM. Virginia Militia. Lieutenant.
Kincannon, Andrew, BKM. Lieutenant.
Kincannon, James, BKM.
Kincannon, Matthew, BKM. Ensign.
Kendrick, Solomon, King s Mountain.
Kelly, John.
Kennedy, Robert. Officer Troop of Horse.
Kennedy, John, BKM.
Kerr, Adam, BKM.
Kinkead, John, BKM. Captain.
Lewis, Aaron, BKM.
Lusk, William, BKM.
Litton, John, BKM.
Leckie, William, Virginia Militia.
Logan, James, BKM.
Laird, John, BKM. Color Sergeant. Killed.
Laird, James, BKM. Killed.
Laird, David, BKM.
Leonard, George, BKM.
Lynn, Adam, BKM.
Lindsay, John.
Lyon, Humberson, BKM. Lieutenant. Killed.
Leonard, Frederick, BKM.
Lawson, William, BKM.
Lewis, John, BKM.
Loyd, John, BKM
Lowry, William, BKM.
Long, William, BKM.
Lowry, John, BKM. Second Lieutenant.
Latham, John, BKM.
Leeper, James, BKM. Second Lieutenant.
Looney, Moses, BKM. Lieutenant.
Looney, John, BKM.
Lyon, William, BKM.
Looney, Robert, BKM. Ensign.
Livingston, David, BKM.
Moore, Arthur.
Main, Tobias, BKM. Ensign.
Moss, Matthew.
McKinley, John.
McCulloch, Thomas, BKM. Killed. Lt. Commanded part of a company.
MeCulloch, Robert, BKM. Wounded.
Montgomery, Richard, BKM. Virginia Militia.
Montgomery, Robert, BKM.
McLain, Thomas.
Morgan, Robert.
McGhee, Thomas.
Marion, Samuel.
McNutt, Alexander, BKM.
Musser, John.
McGlochlin, John.
Mobley, Francis.
Miller, John.
McCulloch, John, BKM. Virginia Militia.
McConnell, Abram, BKM.
McGlochlin, Charles.
Moore, William, BKM. Lost right leg; wounded left arm.
Maxwell, Thomas, BKM.
McCroskey, John, BKM. Private, Wm Beatie’s Company.
Martin, William, BKM.
McMillen, Alexander, BKM, Whitsell’s Mill.
McClelland, Abraham, BKM.
McFerrin, John, BKM. Ensign.
Montgomery, Alexander, BKM. Saddle lost in fight.
McDonald, Magnus, BKM. North Carolina Militia.
McMillan, William, BKM.
McHenry, John, BKM.
McCutcheon, William, BKM.
McFarland, Eobert, BKM.
Maxwell, George, BKM. Captain.
Maxwell, James, BKM.
McCutcheon, John, BKM.
McCutcheon, Samuel, BKM.
Neely, Robert.
Newell, Samuel, BKM. Second Lieutenant.
Neil, William, BKM. Captain.
Newland, Isaac. Ensign.
Oney, Joseph.
Outlaw, Alexander, BKM.
Owens, Robert, BKM.
Pirtle, George, BKM. Ensign.
Pitman, William, BKM.
Perrin, Joseph, BKM.
Preston, Robert, BKM.
Phillips, James, BKM. Killed. Ensign.
Preston, Walter, BKM,
Purviance, William, BKM.
Piper, James, BKM.
Pippin, Robert, BKM. Virginia Militia.
Perry, Solomon, BKM.
Pitts, Lewis, BKM.
Price, James, BKM.
Price, Thomas, BKM.
Phillips, Samuel, BKM. Carried msg from Ferguson to Shelby.
Patterson, William, BKM.
Poston, Richard, BKM.
Pepper, Elisha, BKM. Killed.
Roberts, David.
Roy, Benjamin.
Ramsey, Josiah.
Reamy, Daniel, BKM.
Rose, James.
Russell, William, BKM. Lieutenant. ^
Ritchie, Alexander, BKM. Ensign.
Ritchie, Samuel, BKM.
Rhea, Joseph, BKM.
Russell, Robei-t, BKM.
Roberts, James, BKM.
Reazer, Peter, BKM.
Roberson, William, BKM.
Robinson, John, BKM. Second Lieutenant.
Rosebrough, William, BKM. Captain.
Scott, Joseph, Sr., BKM. Lieutenant.
Scott, Joseph, BKM.
Spears, John.
Sharp, Richard E., BKM.
Sharp, Thomas, BKM. Ensign.
Shatter, John.
Smith, Edward.
Stewart, William, BKM.
Smith, John.
Smith, James, BKM.
Sloan, William.
Smith, Daniel. Lieutenant-Colonel.
Sawyers, John. Ensign.
Sword, Michael.
Skaggs, John, BKM. Wounded.
Stovall, Bartholomew, BKM.
Scott, Alexander, BKM.
Scott, William, BKM.
Snodgrass, William, BKM.
Smith, Henry, BKM.
Stevenson, John, BKM.
Self, Thomas, BKM.
Scott, Walter, BKM.
Scott, Thomas, BKM.
Sharp, Benjamin, BKM, Guilford Courthouse.
Sharp, William, BKM.
Snodgrass, James, BKM.
Smith, William, BKM.
Scott, Samuel, BKM.
Scott, Archibald, BKM.
Scott, Robert, BKM.
Smith, Jonas, Virginia Militia.
Snoddy, John, BKM.
Shaw, John.
Steele, John, BKM. Ensign.
Shote, Thomas, BKM. Ensign.
Tate, John, BKM.
Thomas, David.
Thacker, Reuben.
Talbert, Charles, BKM.
Thompson, William, BKM.
Thompson, James, BKM. Captain.
Trimble, Robert, BKM.
Topp, Roger, BKM.
Teeter, George, BKM.
Vance, James, BKM. Ensign.
Vance, Samuel, BKM.
Vance, John, BKM.
Vanhook, Samuel, BKM. Ensign.
Vermillion, Jesse.
Walker, Wm.
Wilson, John.
Witten, Thomas, Sr.
Watson, David, BKM.
Woolsey, Thomas, BKM.
Ward, David, BKM.
White, Benjamin, BKM.
Wynn, William, BKM.
Willoughby, William, BKM. Lieutenant. Killed.
Willoughby, Matthew, BKM.
Whitten, Solomon, BKM.
Wiley, Alexander, BKM. Lieutenant.
Yontz, George, BKM.
Yeary, Henry, BKM.
Young, William, BKM.
Young, James

A wealth of clues can be gleaned by knowing who lived where and when with which neighbors.
Washington County Surveyor’s Book

Page 1 – Col. Arthur Campbell…treasury Warrant…650 ac…on both sides of the middle fork of Holston River, being the land that he lives on known by the name of Goodwood and including his patent land, being part of the tract of land known by the name of the Royal Oak, containing 490 ac, patent granted to John Buchanan, August 22, 1753, conveyed to John Campbell by deed dated March 2, 1769 and from Campbell conveyed to Arthur Campbell by deeds dated August 15, 1769 the whole being 1140 ac…Beginning corner to David Campbell, Sr…crossing Mill Creek…line between David Campbell & Arthur Campbells

Page 1 – Francis Beatie…30 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Little Holston, branch of the Middle Fork of Holston River, at the foot of Walkers Mountain…Beginning near the lines of John Beaties patent land…by a spring at the foot of Walkers Mountain…February 25, 1781…Warrant #6171 dated December 30, 1780

Page 2 – Col. Arthur Campbell…280 ac…treasury Warrant…on both sides of Moccasin Creek in and above big Moccasin Gap…Beginning at the foot of Clinch Mountain and on the west side of creek, corner to Campbells other survey…in the Gap…at the foot of Copper Creek Ridge…crossing little Mockison Creek…at the foot of the mountain above the Gap…in the Gap along an inaccessible part of the Mountain…May 11, 1781

Page 2 – Col. Arthur Campbell…120 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of big Mockison Creek, branch of the North Fork of Holston River and little below big Mockison Gap…Beginning on the east side of the creek…at the foot of Clinch Mountain…May 11, 178

Page 3 – Esther Rafferty…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the South Fork of Holstein River called Mill Creek…Beginning on Francis Whitneys line…corner to John Gross…corner on Frathas Walls land…on Walls line crossing Mill Creek…on a ridge by the Iron Mountain…on the south fork of Mill Creek…July 2, 1782

Page 3 – Edward Callaham, assignee of Randolph Brown…400 ac on the north side of the north fork of Holstein, includes his improvement, actual settlement made in 1774…August 25, 1782

Page 3 – Aaron Lewis…May 9, 1782…400 ac…on a creek called Dry Branch, waters of the fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning at Aaron Horns corner…by Delanys Road…near Walkers line…above the head of a spring…Conrad Karlocks corner…Edward Jamisons corner…on Jacob Hills line…

Page 4 – Edward Callaham…135 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of the north fork of Holstein…Beginning on the south side of the Poor Knobs…crossing a valley…April 11, 1782

Page 4 – Charles Hays…76 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Little Cedar Creek, branch of Big Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning on William Gillmores patent line…near a path…November 11, 1782

Page 5 – Merchant Thomas Tate of Augusta County…September 15, 1781…Treasury Warrant…139 ac…on the north branch of Holstein River, joining his patent land…Beginning corner to his patent tract…on a high bank of the river below a cedar knob…

Page 5 – Arthur Campbell…September 15, 1781…500 ac…on the north branch of Holstein River at a place called Margaretta including 180 ac granted to Charles Campbell by patent dated August 22, 1753 and by bequest now the property of Arthur Campbell, the other part a Military Warrant #419 & a Treasury Warrant #5168…new land in survey 320 ac…Beginning on the top of Cove Creek Ridge adjoining the lands Andrew Lanier…at the mouth of Cove Creek…

Page 5 – Robert Trimble…300 ac…on Mockison Creek on the north fork of Holstein to include the improvement Francis Fugate now lives on, by actual settlement made in 1771…August 20, 1781

Page 6 – Robert Bowen…October 1, 1782…200 ac…in Rich Valley on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…

Page 6 – Robert Bowen…October 1, 1782…70 ac…on the north side of the north fork of Holstein River…part of a Commissioners Certificate…

Page 6 – Thomas Gillaspie…October 1, 1782…200 ac…in the Rich Valley on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning at Bowens first corner…under the River Ridge…

Page 7 – John Moffet…330 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein in the Rich Valley…Beginning at the foot of a spur of River Ridge…by an old path…June 17, 1782

Page 7 – Capt. Robert Trimble…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the end of a steep spur of Clinch Mountain…November 6, 1782

Page 7 – Capt. Alexander Barnet…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning below a path…on Benjamin Estills patent line…on the north side of Clinch Mountain…April 29, 1782

Page 8 – Isaac Newland…180 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Holstein River…Beginning on the south side of the river near George Gobbles…crossing the river to an Island…April 20, 1782

Page 8 – Joshua McCormack…400 ac…on the north side of the middle fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the south side of the river, corner to David Beaties tract…April 18, 1782

Page 8 – Samuel McMurry…April 12, 1782…in the waters of the middle fork of Holstein, on the south side of the Crab Orchard tract…Commissioners Certificate…141 ac…

Page 8 – Joshua McCormack…55 ac…on the north side of the middle fork of Holstein River…Land Office Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to his settlement tract…on Colin McKinneys line…April 18, 1782

Page 9 – Arthur Campbell…773 ac…on both sides of the north and Laurel Forks of Holstein River…including 229 ac…Land Office Warrant…the 544 ac tract granted to Charles Campbell by patent dated August 22, 1753 and by bequest now the property of Arthur Campbell…Beginning a very high bank of the Laurel fork…above the rock at the Narrows…October 18, 1782

Page 9 – William Sprat…200 ac…Commissioners certificate…on the waters of Copper Creek, south branch of Clinch River…Beginning above a path at the foot of a ridge on John Backs line…May 6, 1782

Page 9 – Capt. Joseph Morton…544 ac…400 ac by Commissioners Certificate and 144 ac by Land Office Preemption Warrant, both being assigned by John Simmons…in Powells Valley on the South side of Powells River…Beginning corner to Crismans land…February 17, 1783

Page 10 – Capt. Joseph Morton…assignee of Patrick Horzry…290 ac…Land Office Treasury Warrant…in Powells Valley on the east side of Crismans land and on both sides of the Brandy runs down past the Rock Spring Station…Beginning on the north side of Wallins Ridge corner to Crismans Land…line of Aaron Lewis land…February 18, 1783

Page 10 – Robert Preston…assignee of Joseph Morton…assignee of Patrick Henry…320 ac…Land Office Treasury Warrant…in the Rye Cove on the waters of Clinch River…Beginning on William Nashs line…corner to the land Nash formerly lived on…November 26, 1782

Page 10 – Jacob Neece…390 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the forks of Copper Creek, branch of Clinch River…May 10, 1782

Page 10 – John Moffet, heir to William Moffet, decd…400 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein adjoining Andrew Davison on the west and Halbert McClure on the east, division between Moffet & McClure to be towards McClures, includes his improvement, actual settlement made in 1773…August 22, 1781

Page 10 – Isaac Newland…assignee of Halbert McClure…assignee of Patrick McDowell…assignee of William Samples…assignee of John Douglass…assignee of Joseph Hatfielde…200 ac…on the north fork of Holstein on both sides…84 ac surveyed for William Samples, December 24, 1774, includes his improvement, actual settlement made in 1772…September 1, 1781

Page 11 – Joseph & James Davison…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…150 ac assigned by John Buchanan to Joseph Davison…on both sides of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning at the foot of Clynch Mountain near the bank of the creek…to the north side of Clynch Mountain…May 2, 1782

Page 11 – Robert Tate…250 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holstein River…May 1, 1782

Page 11 – Alexander Outlaw…150 ac…on the southwest side of the Saltlick by certificate granted to Peter Lee and from Lee to Outlaw…Beginning on the Big Lick line…line of Outlaw…above the Rocky Spring…on Peter Lees old corner…April 22, 1783

Page 12 – Peter Lee…250 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holston river…Commissioners Certificate…150 ac assigned to Alexander Outlaw…Beginning on Lees old line…on the south side of the Mill creek above the Mill Dam…at the mouth of the branch…above a spring…April 23, 1783

Page 12 – Peter Lee…400 ac in the Rich Valley joining the Big Lick Tract to include his improvement…230 ac surveyed on December 5, 1774…actual settlement made in 1769…August 27, 1781

Page 12 – Evan Lee, part of cornright where Lee now lives…near the head of a Rocky Branch, down the branch to where it intersects a small branch, crossing the branch to Peter Lees old line and along his line to his lick…100 ac…also 100 ac to Alexander Outlaw cross the east end of the cornright…April 22, 1783…assigned to Alexander Outlaw…Signed: Evan Lee

Page 12 – Alexander Outlaw…300 ac…on the south side of the north fork of Holstein River bounded by the Big Lick on the South, William Crabtrees settlement on the east, Arthur Neils land on the west and Peter Lees settlement on the southwest…Certificate granted to Bazall Talbert…assigned by Talbett to Outlaw…Beginning corner to Peter Lees Survey…corner to the Big Lick Survey…by the Lick Branch…corner between Tolbett & William Crabtree and leaving the Big Lick Lines…at the mouth of the Lick Branch…corner to Arthur Neels line…April 22, 1783

Page 12 – Bardatt Talbott & William Robinson…assignee of Jacob Crabtree…300 ac…the waters of the north fork of Holstein between the Big Lick and the river, includes his improvements by actual settlement made in 1777…September 5, 1781

Page 13 – John Fowler, heir to James Fowler, decd…145 ac…on Cove Creek, branch of the north fork of Holstein River above the Clay Lick…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning near a corner of the Clay Lick Tract…September 4, 1782

Page 13 – William McMillian…430 ac…400 ac by Commissioners Certificate and the remainder by Land Office Preemption Warrant…the waters of Beaver Creek, branch of Holston River…Beginning by the road…December 4, 1782

Page 13 – William McMillian…assignee of Will Hughes…assignee of John Funkhouser…400 ac…on the waters of Beaver Creek…220 ac surveyed for Will Hughes February 18, 1774…also 93 ac surveyed for James Roark on February 20, 1774 assigned by Roark…63 ac surveyed for James Roark February 19, 1774 and assigned by Roark…includes his improvements by actual settlement made in 1773…_____ 21, 1781

Page 14 – Robert Preston, Surveyor…512 ac…270 ac by Land Office Preemption Warrant, assigned of William McMillion, remainder by Land Office Treasury Warrant…the waters of Beaver Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Henry McMillan & Christopher Funkhouser…line of John Sharps patent land…line of William McMillions land…with Henry McMullans land…May 17, 1783

Page 14 – James Shoemaker…368 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of two small sinking branches the waters of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…January 16, 1783 – James Shoemaker, assignee of Joseph Horn…400 ac…on Cedar Creek, includes his improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 22, 1781

Page 14 – Assign 67 ac of the certificate on the east end of the settlement right…August 7, 1782. Signed: Bazdall Talbett – Assign the certificate to Alexander Outlaw for payment on April 2, 1783. Signed: Bazdall Talbett

Page 14 – Assign to Alexander Outlaw…100 ac on the west end…April 12, 1783…Signed: Thomas Robins (assignment belongs to the Certificate at the foot of page 12

Page 15 – Andrew Davison…250 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley on the head waters of Rattle Creek, branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning January 1, 1783 – Andrew Davison, assignee of John McMurtry, assignee of John Logan, assignee of Benjamin Logan, assignee of Joseph Dougherty…250 ac in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork includes his improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 15, 1781

Page 15 – John Buster, assignee of Joseph Horn, assignee of Charles Debrex…379 ac…commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Sinking Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning on the end of a spur of Mockison Ridge, corner of David Calhoons land…January 13, 1783 – Charles Debrix, assignee of Francis Cooper…400 ac…in the Glade Hollow to includes his improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…September 14, 1782…Certificate assigned from Charles Debrix to Joseph Horn and from him to John Buster

Page 15 – Charles Cocke…400 ac…Land Office Preemption Warrant…on the south side of Powells River and on both sides of the Station Creek, waters of said river…Beginning on the north side of Wallins Ridge… by a path…to the foot of Wallins Ridge…February 17, 1783

Page 16 – James Overton, assignee of Jesse Cain…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on the end of a steep spur of Clinch Mountain above a branch…corner to the land the widow Fugate now lives on…May 11, 1782 – Jesse Cain, assignee of David Edwards…200 ac on Mockison Creek…75 ac of which was surveyed for Jesse Cain, December 13, 1774, includes his improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…September 1, 1781. Assigned to James Overton for payment on January 1, 1783. Signed: Jesse Cain

Page 16 – Phillip Crurne…180 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head of a small branch the waters of Clinch River…Beginning corner to Robert McFarlanes…by a path…line of John Lewis land…March 25, 1783

Page 16 – Phillip Crume…400 ac on the north side of Clynch in new garden adjoining John Lewis and Alexander Scott, includes his improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…September 4, 1782

Page 16 – Gasper Fleener…160 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley on the waters of Trimbles Creek, branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on the east side of a branch…to a steep spur of Walkers Mountain and along the foot of the same…May 4, 1782 – Gasper Fleenor…250 ac in the Rich Valley, on a branch of Trimbles Creek, includes his improvements by actual settlement made in 1774…August 17, 1781

Page 17 – Jacob Fleener…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head springs of a branch of Beaver Creek, waters of Holston River…Beginning corner to Nicholas Fleenors land…February 10, 1783 – Jacob Fleener, assignee of Henry Grymes, assignee of James Darherty…400 ac…at the head of Meadow Creek joining Beaver Creek waters, includes his improvements by actual settlement made in 1775…August 21, 1781

Page 17 – Thomas Holland, assignee of Christopher Elms, assignee of Henry Hughes, assignee of George Gamble…105 ac…Land Office treasury Warrant on the waters of Beaver Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning corner to William Bonds land…near a line of Jones land…line of John Owens land…December 7, 1782

Page 18 – Robert Henderson…250 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley on two forks of Trimbles Creek, waters of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning at the foot of Walkers Mountain…May 2, 1782 – Robert Henderson…250 ac…in the Rich Valley in the two forks of Trimbles Creek, includes his improvements, by actual settlement made in 1773…August 17, 1783

Page 18 – William Greer…345 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Cedar Creek, branch of the middle fork of Holstein…Beginning on the west side of the fork in a line of the Rev. Charles Cummins patent land…line of George Clarks land…October 31, 1782 – William Greer, assignee of James Glenn, assignee of Joseph Snodgrass…400 ac…on the south fork of Cedar Creek, being the land Greer now lives on, includes his improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 16, 1781

Page 19 – Henry Grimes…170 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head branch of beavers Creek, waters of Holstein River…Beginning line of John Thomas land…by a long valley…January 17, 1783 – Henry Grimes, assignee of David Perie…212 ac, the place whereon he now lives, surveyed February 18, 1774, actual settlement made in 1773…August 16, 1781

Page 19 – John Davies, assignee of John Stuart…398 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of Beaver Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Davies other survey…line of Samuel Davies land…passing Samuels corner…December 10, 1782 – John Davies, assignee of Benjamin Logan, assignee of Matthew Grave, assignee of Henry Grimes…400 ac to include his improvements…on the south side of Walkers Mountain upon the head of Grays Creek…225 ac of which was surveyed February 21, 1774, actual settlement made in 1771…August 16, 1781

Page 19 – John Thomas, assignee of Robert Preston…57 ac…Land Office Treasury Warrant in the Rich valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning at the foot of a spur of Walkers Mountain and on the east side of a branch…corner to John Young…May 1, 1782

Page 20 – Nicholas Fleenor, assignee of James Dorchester, assignee of James Edward Morgan…200 ac on the head spring of Meadow Creek, includes his improvement, actual settlement made in 1774…August 16, 1781

Page 20 – Daiana Jones, relict of Thomas Jones, Laughley, Robert, William, James, Thomas, Agasy, Milley & Elizabeth Jones, Legatees of Thomas Jones, decd…280 ac…commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Meadow Creek, branch of Beaver Creek, waters of Holstein River…November 2, 1782 – Diana Jones, relict of Thomas Jones, Laughley, Robert, William, James, Thomas, Agasy, Milley & Elizabeth Jones, Legatees of Thomas Jones, decd…400 ac…on the waters of Beaver Creek, includes his improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…September 1, 1781

Page 20 – Andrew Willoughby…240 ac…Land Office Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Spring Creek, branch of Holstein River…beginning corner to the patent land he lives on…April 2, 1782

Page 21 – Peter Mumpour…134 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Beaver Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning line of the patent land that Joseph Gray now lives on…in a field by Mumpours house…December 6, 1782

Page 21 – Nathan Smith…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley on both sides of Cabbin Creek, waters of the north fork of Holstein…Beginning at the foot of a spur of Walkers Mountain, corner to Robert Henderson…to a steep spur of Walkers Mountain…May 3, 1782 – Nathan Smith…150 ac in the rich valley on the head of Cabbin creek, includes his improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 15, 1781

Page 21 – John Davies…350 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of Beaver Creek, waters of Holstein River…Beginning at the edge of a valley, line of James Davies land…crossing Davies Spring Branch by a path…December 10, 1782 – John Davies, assignee of Benjamin Logan, assignee of Matthew Grave…assignee of Henry Grimes…400 ac, includes improvements…on the south side of Walkers Mountain, upon the head of Grays Creek…275 ac surveyed February 21, 1774, actual settlement made in 1771…August 15, 1781

Page 22 – Francis Kinkennon…390 ac…Preemption Warrant…Beginning line of John Beatys patent land…on the north side of a sinkhole by the road side…October 28, 1782

Page 22 – Thomas Stuart…360 ac…Commissioners Certificate…1 certificate granted to John Robinson for 150 ac and assigned to Stuart, the other for 250 ac granted to Stuart…on the waters of Little Holstein, branch of the middle fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to John Beatys patent land…April 25, 1792 – Thomas Stuart, assignee of John Robinson…250 ac…by actual settlement made in 1773, near the headwaters of Little Holstein adjoining francis Beaty, John Beaty, Hugh Johnston, the heirs of Robert Buchanan…August 9, 1781

Page 22 – Capt. James Fulkerson…160 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of the north fork of Holston River and on the south side of Walkers Mountain…December 20, 1782

Page 23 – John Young…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Gasper Fleeners land…on a steep spur of Walkers Mountain…May 1, 1782 – John Young, assignee of John Richeson, assignee of Gasper Fleener…400 ac…in the rich valley, includes his improvement, actual settlement made in 1775…August 31, 1781

Page 23 – Mariah Gwin (Givin), assignee of George Edgar…190 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley on both sides of Grays Creek, branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on a spur at the foot of Walkers Mountain…May 3, 1782 – George Edgar, assignee of Peter Allison, assignee of James Smith, assignee of Lauty Armstrong, assignee of William Boles…400 ac in the Rich Valley, includes his improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 17, 1781 – Assign to Mariah Givin for payment on March 20, 1783. Signed: George Edgar

Page 24 – Robert Smith, assignee of William Henderson…100 ac…CommissionersCertificate…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning at the foot of a spur of Walkers Mountain above a spring…corner to Nathan Smiths land…at the head of a hollow at the foot of Walkers Mountain…May 3, 1783 – William Henderson, assignee of James Smith, assignee of James Fullan…100 ac…in the rich valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein, includes his improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 17, 1781 – Assigned to Robert Smith for payment on October 1, 1781. Signed: William Henderson

Page 24 – Nathan Smith…80 ac…Treasury Warrant…assigned to Smith by Cornelius Carmack…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River, in the Rich Valley…Beginning corner to his settlement survey…on a spur of Walkers Mountain…March 25, 1783

Page 24 – John Thomas…140 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Beaver Creek, branch of Holston River…Beginning corner to Jacob Fleeners land…passing Henry Grimes corner…May 15, 1782 – John Thomas, assignee of Jacob Young, assignee of Henry Hoach…150 ac…on Beaver Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…September 1, 1781

Page 25 – James Fulkerson, heir…267 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the forks of Cove Creek & Catharine fork, waters of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on the Grindstone quarry…on the south side of a stony knob opposite a large spring…by a sinking branch in a sinkhole…on the side of a ridge above the Catharine fork…in or near conjunction of the above bounding water courses…April 13, 1782 – James Fulkerson, heir to Frederick Fulkerson, decd…400 ac…on Cove Creek, branch of the north fork of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 16, 1781

Page 25 – Thomas Nicholson…125 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of Clynch River…Beginning at the foot of the knobs…crossing the Buffalo Lick Branch by the Kentucky Branch Path on Rawleys line…November 21, 1782 – Thomas Nicholson, assignee of David Herbert…400 ac on the north side of Clynch River to include improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 15, 1781

Page 25 – Rawley Duncan…326 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of Clynch River…Beginning on the south side of the knobs…corner to Benjamin Nicholson…crossing over a part of the river into an island…crossing back over the river at the mouth of a creek and up the creek to above the Buffaloe Lick…at the foot of the knobs…November 26, 1782 – Rawley Dunkan…400 ac by actual settlement made in 1773 on Clynch River including the great Island to include the place whereon he now lives…August 14, 1781…

Page 26 – Thomas Smith…100 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Livingstons Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holstein River and beginning above a muddy spring on the north side of a knob…Warrant #10094, dated December 20, 1781…October 23, 1782

Page 26 – Lewis Pitts…340 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of Steels creek, waters of Beaver Creek…Beginning on the south side of a branch…on the south side of Walkers Mountain…June 4, 1782 – Lewis Pitts…400 ac…on the head of Steels Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1777…August 16, 1781

Page 26 – Abraham Fulkerson…44 ac…on both sides of a small branch of the waters of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning in a gap of the river knobs…on the south side of the Poor Valley knobs…October 23, 1782

Page 27 – Abraham Fulkerson…540 ac…Preemption Warrant…in the Poor Valley and on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning in a gap of the Poor Valley knobs on the west side of the Big Lick Branch…up the branch through the gap in the above valley…along the foot of the knobs…cross the valley at the foot of Clynch Mountain…on the side of the Mountain above Tally’s Lick…leaving the mountain and across the valley on the north side of the Poor Valley Knobs…October 22, 1782

Page 27 – Henry Sphan…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley on the head branch of Cove Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the north side of Walkers Mountain…corner to Samuel Henleys land he now lives on…near the head of the Sinking water…corner to Joseph Hanbeys land…October 17, 1782 – Isaac Bledsoe…400 ac in the Rich Valley, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…300 ac surveyed February 15, 1774 – Henry Sphar has obtained my right of the within mentioned plantation and claim by purchase October 5, 1781. Signed: Isaac Bledsoe. Witness: John Long & A. Bledsoe

Page 28 – Col. William Russell…620 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the waters of Clynch River and along the foot of Copper Creek Ridge on the north side of the same…Beginning corner to Samuel Porters land…near a path…crossing the Kentucky road on James Osburns line…crossing the above road twice…above the sink of the creek…by the road…on Smiths line…on the side of Copper Creek Ridge…March 13, 1783

Page 28 – William Davies, Alexander Wylie & Robert Davies…970 ac…Preemption Warrant…in the Turkey Cove and on both sides of Thompsons Creek and on both sides of the Dry Run, waters of Powells River…Beginning on the bank of Thompsons Creek…corner to James Thompsons land…on a spur of Powells Mountain…February 15, 1783

Page 28 – John Fowler, heir of James Fowler, decd…400 ac…by settlement made in 1772 on the north side of the north fork of Holstein River, branch of said fork near the Clay Lick…August 8, 1781

Page 29 – Abraham Fulkerson…295 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of the north fork of Holstein…Beginning on the south side of the Poor Valley Knobs…on a stony spur of the river knobs…October 21, 1782 – Edward Callaham…400 ac by settlement made in 1773…on the north side of Holston River in the Little Valley known by the name of Callahams place…August 13, 1781 – Assigned 400 ac to Abraham Fulkerson on February 16, 1782. Signed: Edward Callaham. Witnesses: Alexander Donalson, Alexander Montgomery

Page 29 – Jonathan Cunningham…400 ac…on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein River…certificate granted to George Hin and assigned to Jonathan Cunningham…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to John Starns survey…on Thompsons line and leaving Stairs line…by a path that leads to Lewis…by the main road…above the Dutch Meeting House…June 22, 1782 -George Hies…400 ac on big Spring branch…205 ac surveyed for George Hein on June 7, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 29, 1781 – Assigned to Jonathan Cunningham by purchase on June 10, 1782. Signed: George Hin. Witnesses: Aaron Lewis

Page 30 – John Simmons…400 ac…on the south side of the north fork of Holston River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to Richard Fields & Moses Buckles…line of the heirs of William Fouler, decd…leaving Fowlers line and with Richard Butchers line…May 4, 1783 – John Simmons, assignee of John Crabtree…400 ac…in the Rich Valley on both sides of the north fork and by Fields path, includes his improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 27, 1781

Page 30 – Moses Belcher…May 2, 1782…91 ac on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning at Richard Fields corner – Moses Belcher, assignee of James Crabtree…100 ac…on the north fork of Holstein River and on the Chestnut Ridge, includes improvements by actual settlement made in 1771…August 27, 1781

Page 31 – Samuel McReynolds…158 ac…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to McReynolds former survey…March 30, 1783

Page 31 – John Kirk…129 ac…on both sides of Bakers Creek, branch of the Middle fork of Holston River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning at John Beates corner…corner of Robert Bakers survey…corner to Walkers old survey…corner to Jacob Hins survey…on a line of the settlement survey of Kirks…February 11, 1783…Warrant dated May 19, 1783

Page 31 – Samuel McReynolds…70 ac…in the Rich Valley…Certificate granted to Shedrach McNew and then assigned to McReynolds…Beginning on the north side of Walkers Mountain…line of Walkers old survey…February 4, 1783 – Shedrack McNew, assignee of Henry Willis, assignee of Halbert McClure, assignee of Isaac Hall, assignee of Michael Halfacre…70 ac…on the waters of the north fork in the Rich Valley, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 27, 1781 – Assigned to Samuel McReynolds by purchase on January 3, 1783. Signed: Shad. McNew. Witness: Aaron Lewis

Page 31 – Samuel McReynolds…89 ac…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on a spur of Walkers Mountain…above a quarry of stones…with John McReynolds line…April 4, 1783

Page 32 – Abraham Hayter…145 ac…on the Poor Valley on both sides of Wolf Creek on the south side of Clynch Mountain…Treasury Warrant…Beginning at the foot of Clynch Mountain…on the east side of the dividing ridge between wolf and Brumley creeks…in the spurs of Clynch Mountain…December 14, 1782

Page 32 – Abraham Hayter…116 ac…in the Poor Valley on both sides of Wolf Creek on the south side of the Clinch mountain…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on the west bank of the north fork of the creek corner to his former survey…December 15, 1782

Page 32 – Abraham Hayter…125 ac…in the Poor Valley on both sides of Wolf Creek on the south side of Clynch Mountain adjoining Hayters settlement survey…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to the settlement tract…on the spur of Piney Mountain…on the west bank of the north fork of the creek, corner to the middle survey and then under Clynch Mountain…December 14, 1782

Page 32 – Abraham Hayter…100 ac…in the Poor Valley…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on the north side of the River Mountain and crossing a very steep valley…on the top of the Piney Mountain…corner to his settlement tract…on the side of the river ridge…December 14, 1782

Page 33 – William Kinneday…April 19, 1782…200 ac…on both sides of the middle fork of Holston River…Treasury Warrant obtained from the Registrars office…Beginning on the side of the river ridge on the south side…Warrant #8149

Page 33 – William Kinnedy…April 19, 1782…400 ac…on the north side of the Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning at Joshua McCormicks corner on the river bank – William Kinnedy…400 ac on the Eleven Mile Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 15, 1781

Page 33 – Alexander Wylie…181 ac…in the Rich Valley…Beginning near a corner of an old survey made by Thomas Walker now in possession of the heirs of John Campbell, decd…October 1, 1782 – William Davis…2 Commissioners Certificates, 1 granted to Alexander Wylie and the other for John Campbell and stated that the certificates were lost or mislaid

Page 34 – Cornelius Davies…54 ac…in the Poor Valley on both sides of Turkey Creek…Treasury Warrant…Beginning by the west fork of the creek, corner to John Crabtrees survey…corner to James Crabtree…on the bank of the north fork of the creek…to the east bank of the creek…below the forks of the creek…November 14, 1782

Page 34 – Alexander Outlaw…145 ac…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on the east bank of the river… to the north bank…at the mouth of the hit branch…April 21, 1783

Page 34 – Samuel McReynolds, assignee of James Cochran…June 28, 1782…220 ac in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on Walkers old line…on Smiths line…

Page 34 – James Cochran, heir of William Cochran, heir of Peter Cochran, decd…300 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein in the Rich valley…145 ac of which was surveyed for John Cochran on December 2, 1774, includes improvements by actual settlement made in 1768…September 1, 1781 – Assigned to Samuel McReynolds…

Page 34 – Capt. James Thompson…355 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Turkey Cove in Powells Valley and on both sides of Thompsons Creek, south branch of Powells River…Beginning on the north side of a spur of the Elk Knob…February 15, 1783 – James Thompson, assignee of Richard Stanton, assignee of Thomas Howard…400 ac…known by the name of the Turkey Cove between the north side of Powells Mountain and the river hills, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…September 17, 1782

Page 35 – Phillip Grever…400 ac…on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein river…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to James Thompsons old patent tract…June 5, 1782 – Phillip Greever, assignee of Thomas Bates, assignee of John Henley, assignee of James Grissum…400 ac…joining Capt. James Thompsons patent line and known by the name of the Big Spring, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 29, 1781

Page 35 – Andrew Kinkinnon…361 ac…on both sides of Little Holstein, branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning in a sinkhole amongst a parcel of rocks, corner to John Beatties old tract…on James Thompsons line…on Bates old line…January 3, 1783 – Andrew Kinkinnon…400 ac on Little Holstein River…200 ac surveyed on January 21, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…September 1, 1781

Page 36 – Joel Dryden…200 ac…commissioners certificate…on both sides of Holstein River…Beginning with James Doran & David Drydens land…corner to Thomas Berry, Sr…June 16, 1782 – Joel Dryden, heir of Nathaniel Dryden, decd, assignee of Benjamin Grag, assignee of William McNab, assignee of Thomas Stubbs …200 ac on Holstein River adjoining Thomas Berry, includes the place whereon Dryden now lives, actual settlement made in 1771…August 24, 1781

Page 36 – Samuel Weir…152 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the south fork of Holston River…Beginning corner on David Old Kanses line…corner to Christopher Huston…May 27, 1782 – Samuel Weir, assignee of James Coulter, assignee of Robert Lowry…200 ac by settlement made in 1777…on the south side of the south fork of Holstein to a gap in the mountain adjoining John Robinsons claim, includes improvements…August 14, 1781

Page 37 – Robert Edmonson…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…between the middle and south fork of Holston River…June 12, 1782 – Robert Edmonson, Legatee of Robert Edmonson, decd…400 ac by settlement made in 1763…adjoining George Masonrie, Robert Montgomery, Samuel Houston & Edward Houston…August 10, 1781

Page 37 – Robert Stevenson…272 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner on John McCathrons line…corner with Gideon Farris…corner to Robert Farris land…May 15, 1782 – Robert Stevenson, assignee of William Hayes, assignee of Dawson Ware…400 ac… on the south fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 17, 1781

Page 37 – Samuel Montgomery…266 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on Holstein River…Beginning on Oliver Alexanders line…corner to Adam Hope…corner to William Duff…corner to John Berry & William Duff…June 16, 1782 – Samuel Montgomery, Robert Montgomery, Joseph Montgomery, Thomas Montgomery, Margaret Montgomery, Mary Montgomery, Susannah Montgomery & Abigal Montgomery, representatives for Michael Montgomery, decd, assignee of Thomas Gorman…400 ac…to extend on the south side of Holstein river…110 ac surveyed January 28, 1774…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 24, 1781

Page 38 – Thomas McSpaddin…85 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of Laurel Fork called Beaver Pond fork at the mouth..May 28, 1782 – Thomas McSpadding…100 ac…on the Laurel Fork, branch of the south fork of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 29, 1781

Page 38 – James Duff…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the middle fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the west bank of the river…to the northeast…to the southwest…corner to Adam Kerr…corner to William Duff…by Berrys Gap…January 14, 1782 – Francis McCurry, assignee of James McFerrin, assignee of Andrew McFerrin…400 ac…on the middle fork of Holstein River the place whereon he now lives, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773… August 17, 1781

Page 38 – Gideon Faris…250 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Holston River on the north side of the fork…Beginning on Robert Stevensons land…corner to Jonathan Weir…May 28, 1782 – Gideon Faris, assignee of Nicholas Brabster, assignee of Robert Buchanan…250 ac…on the south fork of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1768…August 17, 1781

Page 39 – James Berry…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the southeast side of the Knobs…on the west side of White Run…corner with William Russell & James Trimble…corner to John Crilling & Andrew Russell…corner to Robert Huston & Mary Berry…on the southeast side of a branch on Mary Berrys line…April 13, 1782 – James Berry…400 ac…on the waters of the middle fork of Holston River on the south side, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 30, 1781

Page 39 – Benjamin McCord…182 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the Laurel fork & South fork of Holston River…Beginning on the bank of the Laurel Fork and down the fork…to a small spring on the bank of the south fork, corner to Robert Stevenson…on Jacob Wrights line…May 23, 1782 – Benjamin McCord, assignee of Archibald McSpadding, assignee of Benjamin Keys…200 ac…known by the name of the Little Cane Brake, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 29, 1781

Page 39 – David Phillips…100 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the south fork on a branch called Mill Creek…Beginning corner on John Jones land…corner to F. W. Nelays land…with W. Raffartys line…corner with Elisha Debusk…June 15, 1782 – David Phillips, assignee of John Heaton, assignee of William Gilmer, assignee of Griffey Thomas…400 ac…on the east side of the south fork of Holston, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 30, 1781

Page 40 – Joseph Cole, Jr…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Holstein river and both sides of said river…Beginning corner with John Bowles land…June 17, 1782 – Joseph Cole, assignee of W. M. Pruitt…400 ac on the south fork bounded by Mathew Bishop & John Bowles, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 18, 1780

Page 40 – John McCutcheon…297 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to Alexander McNutt…corner to Robert Stephensons land…corner to Francis Wrights land…June 13, 1782 – John McCutcheon, assignee of Thomas Bailey…300 ac…on the South Fork of Holston, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769…August 17, 1781

Page 40 – Archibald McSpaddin…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the Laurel Fork waters…Beginning under Tumbling bank on the Laurel Fork…May 28, 1782 – Archibald McSpaddin…150 ac…on both sides of the Laurel Fork , branch of the south fork of Holston, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 29, 1781

Page 41 – Joseph & Hugh Cole…221 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning on Isreal Coles land…on the south side of the south fork…joining Joseph & Hugh Coles first survey…June 7, 1782 – Hugh Cole & Joseph Cole, Legatees of Hugh Cole, decd, assignee of Joseph Cole, Jr…221 ac…on the waters of the south fork of Holston River surveyed for Joseph Cole March 10, 1774…actual settlement made in 1773…August 31, 1781

Page 41 – Robert Faris…153 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Holston River…Beginning on Robert Stevensons land…corner to Gideon Farris…may 28, 1782 – Robert Faris, assignee of Thomas Hammond, assignee of William Poy (Boy?), assignee of Andrew Meek…400 ac…on the south fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 29, 1781

Page 41 – Moses McSpedon…200 ac…commissioners certificate…on the south east side of Holston River…Beginning on a bank of a creek called Laurel fork running into Holston – Moses McSpaddin, assignee of Ebenezer Alexander, assignee of James Gilliban, assignee of John Walker…300 ac…on the south side of Holston River opposite John Berrys, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 29, 1781

Page 42 – Jonathan Dean, Jr, assignee of Thomas Woolsey…241 ac…commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the middle and south forks of Holstein River…Beginning corner with Thomas Woolsey, Sr. land…corner with Jonathan Dean…on Sampson Coles land…corner with Richard Higgins line…corner to George Woolsey…with George Woolsey then with Joseph Cole & Jonathan Dean…May 28, 1782 – Thomas Woolsey, assignee of Irathias Wall, assignee of Elias McCoy…300 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein, the east side 124 ac of which was conveyed for Elias McCoy, January 11, 1774, includes improvements, by actual settlement made in 1774…August 30, 1781 – Assigned to Jonathan Dean

Page 42 – John Berry…267 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on Holstein River on the northwest side…Beginning on the bank of the river corner with Samuel Montgomery…corner with William Duff & Montgomery…corner with Berry & Duff between two springs between Berry & Duff…corner to Adam Kerr…June 15, 1782 – John Berry, assignee of William Berry, assignee of John Hanes…400 ac…on the north side of Holstein River, about a mile below where the south and Middle forks meets, include improvements, actual settlement made 1770…August 16, 1781

Page 43 – Jonathan Wier…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning on William Edmondsons patent line…on John McCutcheons line…corner to Gideon Farris land…with Christopher Hustons line…May 15, 1782 – Jonathan Weir, assignee of Thomas Cooper, assignee William Poage, assignee of Nicholas Brabston…400 ac…between the middle and south fork of Holston, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 17, 1781

Page 43 – George Cleek…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the Eleven Mile Creek, branch of the Middle fork of Holston River…Beginning line of John McHenrys land…June 6, 1783 – George Cleek, assignee of Twain Polson…400 ac on the Eleven Mile Creek, include improvements, 380 ac surveyed May 2, 1774, actual settlement made in 1770…August 17, 1781

Page 44 – George Cleek, assignee of John Kinkaid…300 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Eleven Mile Creek, branch of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to John McHenry land and in a line of Doctor Walkers patent tract…corner to Hugh Berrys land…corner to Cleeks Settlement tract…Warrant #12158 dated June 4, 1782

Page 44 – John McHenry…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of Eleven Mile Creek, branch of the Middle Fork of Holston River and at the foot of the south side of Walkers Mountain…Beginning corner to George Cleeks land…at the foot of Walkers Mountain…by a road…corner of David Walkers old survey…corner to Derks land…line of Meeks land…June 6, 1783 -John McHenry…400 ac…on the head of the Eleven Mile Creek…98 ac surveyed January 25, 1774, actual settlement made in 1770…September 1, 1781

Page 44 – Hugh Berry…300 ac…State Warrant…assigned to him by John Seathem…on the waters of Cedar Creek, branch of the Middle fork of Holston river…Beginning by a branch in the Gap of the knobs…line of George Cleeks…by the great road…line of Alexander Breckinridges land…line of Hugh Gallaihers land…Warrant #9062, dated November 21, 1781…June 10, 1783

Page 45 – William Duff…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Adam Hopes land…corner with Samuel Montgomery…corner with Samuel Montgomery & John Berrys land…on the bank of a spring branch and running between two springs…June 16, 1782

Page 45 – Alexander McNutt…369 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Holston River on both sides of said fork…Beginning adjoining Moses Buchanans land on the southeast side of the river…patent line with Mose Buchanan…corner on John McCutcheons land…at a Roaring Spring…May 26, 1782 – Alexander McNutt, assignee of Arthur Campbell, assignee of William Fulcher…400 ac on the south fork of Holstein river, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 25, 1781

Page 46 – Samuel Vanhook…190 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning corner of Thomas Hendricks land…on the west side of the creek…corner to Lawrence Vanhook…by a path…along near Alexander McClennahans patent land…December 3, 1782 – Samuel Vanhook, assignee of James Laughlin…200 ac…on the north fork of Cedar Creek running into Clinch, includes improvements, actual settlement in 1771…August 25, 1781

Page 46 – Joseph Penn…390 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the south fork of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning on the north side of Clinch Mountain…November 27, 1782 – Joseph Penn, assignee of Arthur Gilbreath, assignee of Michael Orr, assignee of Robert Brown…400 ac…on the south fork of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 22, 1781

Page 47 – Michael Halfaker…100 ac…in the Rich Valley, including a Millseat…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the top of the Mill creek Ridge on the west side of the creek…above the Millseat…January 15, 1783 – Michael Halfacre, assignee of Nathan Reid…100 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein…63 ac surveyed for Nathan Reid, December 7, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…September 1, 1781

Page 47 – Joel Hobbs, assignee of William Gill…180 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Moccasin Creek, waters of the north fork of Holstein…Beginning on the south side of the creek…May 1, 1782 – William Gill, assignee of William Tate…200 ac…on Mockison Creek adjoining John Tate above and Alexander Montgomery below, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 16, 1782 – Assigned to Joel Hobbs by purchase on May 21, 1782. Signed: William Gill. Witnesses: John Tate

Page 47 – Michael Halfacre…330 ac…including 230 ac of an old survey made by Thomas Walker…Commissioners Certificate…January 15, 1783 – Michael Halfacre…350 ac on Michaels Creek, branch of the north fork of Holstein River, about 1 mile west of Goldmans Gap on the north side of Walkers Mountain which tract of land surveyed as part of the Loyal Companys grant by Thomas Walker, their agent in 1752/53 for Isaac Hamilton provided that Halfacre pay to company on February 22, 1762 till paid for each 100 ac…August 23, 1781

Page 48 – Humberson Lyon…370 ac…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein river…Commissioners Certificate…on the east bank of the river…on the north bank of the river and crossing the river below the mouth of Cedar Creek…running with Pikes lines…on John Simmons corner…April 24, 1783 – Humberson Lyon, assignee of Abraham Crabtree…400 ac…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River, includes improvements…348 ac, surveyed for Lyon May 26, 1774…actual settlement made in 1772…August 27, 1781

Page 48 – Humberston Lyon…150 ac…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River on the north side of his settlement survey…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to the settlement tract…under the Piney Mountain…on the south side of Laurell Knob…April 24, 1783…

Page 49 – Alexander Outlaw…145 ac…on both sides the north fork of Holston River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on the east bank of the river…at the mouth of the Lick Branch…April 21, 1783

Page 49 – Alexander Outlaw…247 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein in the Rich Valley…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on the south bank of Peter Lees Mill Creek…June 26, 1782

Page 49 – Alexander Outlaw…251 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holston in the Rich Valley…Treasury Warrant…Beginning near John Fowlers road, corner to Henry Willis survey, crossing Fowlers Mill Creek…by the Lick Road, corner to Peter Lees survey…June 26, 1782

Page 49 – Alexander Breckenridge…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the Fifteen Mile Creek…Beginning on a line of Doctor Thomas Walkers patent line…with Hugh Berrys & Hugh Gallihers lines…June 15, 1782 – Alexander Breckenridge, assignee of William Bailey…200 ac…on Walkers Patent line, to run west to Simpsons line bounded by George Cleek (Clerk) line, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772… August 22, 1781

Page 50 – Jacob Will…250 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of South Fork of Beaver Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning corner to an old survey of John Buchanans…corner to Jones land…line of John Sharps land…April 1, 1783 – Jacob Will…250 ac on Beaver Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…8-17- 1781

Page 50 – William Smith…140 ac…Preemption Warrant…assigned to him by Vincent Hobbs, assignee of Peter Livingston…on the waters of Livingstons Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holston River…July 17, 1783

Page 50 – James Taylor, assignee of Archibald Mahon, assignee of John Walker…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning in the head of a hollow corner to James King Carrs land he now lives on…in a gap of a ridge…on the bank of the Mill Pond…April 30, 1782 – John Walker…200 ac…on Mockison adjoining James King Kerr above by a line crossing at the ford and Christopher Huston below, to include the place whereon he now lives, actual settlement made in 1773…August 18, 1781 – Assigned to Archibald Mahon by purchase on April 1, 1782. Signed: John Walker. – Assigned to James Taylor by purchase on April 20, 1782. Signed: Archibald Mahon. Witness: Robert Preston

Page 51 – James Harroll…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of Harrolls Creek, a branch of the north fork of Holstein River… Beginning on the west side of the creek…above a large spring…December 31, 1782 – James Harroll…200 ac…on Harrolls Creek running into the waters of the north fork of Holstein, includes improvements, by actual settlement made in 1770…August 27, 1781

Page 51 – Mathew Buchanan…Treasury Warrant…300 ac…on the south side of Holstein River and on the south side of the south fork…beginning on the east side of a branch…corner to James Campbell & Buchanans land…by a leading valley towards the mountain…April 6, 1782

Page 51 – James Harroll…64 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley on both sides of Rattle Creek, waters of the North Fork of Holston River…Beginning in a valley near the foot of a barren ridge, line of Andrew Davisons land…with Robert Browns land…above a spring…January 2, 1783 – James Harroll, assignee of John Minton, assignee of Owen Owens…70 ac on the Rattle Creek running into the north fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 27, 1781

Page 51 – James Harroll, assignee of Robert Preston…Treasury Warrant…110 ac…on the waters of Harrolls Creek, branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to his settlement survey…above the ramp spring…December 31, 1782

Page 52 – Robert Brown…280 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley on both sides of Rattle Creek, branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning by a branch at the foot of the river hills, near a corner of Andrew Davison…line of James Harrol…above a spring…January 2, 1783 -Robert Brown…400 ac…in the Rich Valley on the north fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 24, 1781

Page 52 – John Borem, assignee of Michael Sword…188 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Clinch River, at the mouth of Swords Creek…Beginning by a path…January 23, 1783 – Michael Sword, heir of Henry Sword…400 ac…at the mouth of Swords Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 23, 1781 – Assigned to John Borem by purchase October 26, 1781. Signed: Michael Sword. Witness: Robert Preston

Page 52 – Robert Craig…130 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Spring Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning corner to his patent land…line of the land that Jacob Young lives on…line of Samuel Vance…December 28, 1782

Page 53 – David Preist…370 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning in the edge of a meadow corner of John Wills land…December 10, 1782 – David Preist…400 ac on the north fork of Cedar Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 22, 1781

Page 53 – Alexander Scott…272 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of a small branch the waters of the north fork of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning by a branch near the foot of the House & Barn Mountain…corner to Richard Prices land…corner to Henry Smiths land…January 20, 1783 – Alexander Scott…300 ac…on Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 22, 1781

Page 53 – William Russell…June 18, 1782…229 ac…Preemption Warrant…Beginning on Gen. Campbells old patent line…on the bank of Holstein River…on a precipice bank a corner of James Thompsons old patent tract…by the head of a little spring…on Walkers old corner…

Page 54 – Thomas Laughlin…300 ac…Preemption Warrant…assignee of Elijah Smith, assignee of Alexander Montgomery…on the waters of Spring Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning by a path…October 21, 1783

Page 54 – John Owens…350 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Beaver Creek, branch of Holston River…Beginning corner to Jones land…December 6, 1782 – John Owens, assignee of Edward Bond…350 ac…on the waters of Beaver Creek…320 ac surveyed for February 17, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 14, 1781

Page 54 – John Wills…276 ac…Treasury Warrant…200 ac…assignee of Joseph Penn & 76 ac as assignee of Benjamin Sharp, assignee of James Young…on both sides of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning corner of Thomas Price…December 26, 1782

Page 55 – Samuel Porter…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clinch River…Beginning corner to Thomas Alleys land…by a path…on the top of the River Ridge…in a gap of the ridge…March 27, 1783 – Samuel Porter…200 ac…on the north side of Copper creek Ridge, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 23, 1781

Page 55 – Mordecai Howard…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sidesof Indian Creek, a north branch of Powell River…Beginning by the Kentucky Road near a rocky precipice on the bank of Indian creek…to the Poor Valley Ridge…November 3, 1783 – Mordecai Howard…400 ac…settlement made in 1769 on Indian Creek in Powell Valley being known by the name of Owens place…August 11, 1781

Page 55 – Mordecai Howard…860 ac…Preemption Warrant…Powells Valley on both sides of Indian Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning on the south side of Poor Valley Ridge…November 3, 1783

Page 55 – John Fraizer, assignee of Hugh Campbell, assignee of Charles Kilgore…Office Warrant…95 ac on the north side of Powells River about half a mile above the lower north fork of said River…Beginning on the bank of the river opposite a rocky clift…below a bend of the river…December 4, 1783

Page 56 – James Davies…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of Beaver Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Samuel Davies land…December 10, 1782 – James Davies…150 ac…on the head waters of Beaver Creek joining Samuel Davies & John Davies, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 16, 1781

Page 56 – James Davies…168 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Beaver Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning corner to his settlement survey… December 10, 1782

Page 56 – Aaron Lewis…270 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Martins Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning on the south side of a brushy ridge corner to William Andersons tract…December 11, 1783

Page 56 – William Anderson…280 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Martins Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning corner to a tract of land of Col. Joseph Martin…corner to Aaron Lewis land…December 11, 1783

Page 57 – William Scott…180 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley on both sides of Herrolls Creek, branch of the North fork of Holstein River…Beginning passing a corner of Marcia Gwyns land…on a spur of Walkers Mountain and along the foot…January 2, 1783 – William Scott, assignee of Halbert McClure, assignee of Samuel Samples, assignee of Benjamin Logan, assignee of Thomas Foster, assignee of David Hughes…200 ac…in the Rich valley on Harrolls Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 27, 1781

Page 57 – James Young…100 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley on both sides of Youngs Mill Creek, branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning at the foot of the Valley knobs…near the top of Chestnut Ridge…on the south side of the Valley knobs…January 3, 1783 – James Young, assignee of John Patterson…200 ac…in the Rich Valley on a branch of the north fork, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 15, 1781

Page 57 – Richard Price…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on the east side of a hollow near the foot of Priests Mountain…passing Henry Smiths corner…January 18, 1783 – Richard Price…400 ac…on the north fork of Cedar Creek…running into Clinch River…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 22, 1781

Page 58 – William Harroldson & Benjamin Price, assignee of Laurence Vanhook…380 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the south fork of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning corner to Alexander McClenahans patent land…by the north fork of the creek…by a path…corner of Thomas Kendricks land…at the foot of Clynch Mountain…December 2, 1782 – Lawrence Vanhook, assignee of John & David Kinkade, assignee of Drury Prichett (Puckett)…400 ac…on both sides of the south fork of Cedar Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769…August 28, 1781 – Assigned to William Harroldson & Benjamin Price by purchase on March 10, 1783. Signed: Lawrence Vanhook. Witness: Benjamin Sharp

Page 58 – David Guyun…76 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Lewis Creek, waters of Clynch River…Beginning on the east side of the creek near a spring…by a path…December 12, 1782 – David Guynn…100 ac…on Smith Creek includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 22, 1781

Page 58 – John Neil…140 ac…Treasury Warrant…assignee of Elijah Smith…on both sides of a small branch of Lewis’s creek, waters of Clinch River…Warrant #1254, dated December 29, 1780…December 13, 1782

Page 59 – James Burke, assignee of John Neal, assignee of Elijah Smith…45 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Lewis Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning corner John Neils land…line of David Gwinns…December 13, 1782

Page 59 – Elisha Nelson, assignee of William Gilmore…294 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Swords Mill Creek, branch of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning at the foot of Clinch Mountain…December 27, 1782 – William Gilmore, assignee of Drury Puckett, assignee of Solomon Litton…300 ac…on the south side of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 24, 1781 – I, William Gilmore do assign over my certificate to Elisha Nelson. Witness: John Cowan, Charles Hays

Page 59 – James Scott…170 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Big Cedar Creek, waters of Clynch River…Beginning on the south side of a hill opposite a house…on Charles Hayes patent land…November 15, 1782 – James Scott…300 ac on Cedar Creek, includes improvements…actual settlement made in 1774…August 21, 1781

Page 60 – David Calhoon…190 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Sinking Creek, waters of Clynch River…Beginning on the south bank of Copper Ridge near a path…near Mockasin Ridge…on the south side of Copper Ridge…November 9, 1782 -David Calhoon…250 ac..on the head of Sinking Creek below the Glade Hollow, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 24, 1781

Page 60 – David Calhoon…130 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Glade Hollow branch, waters of Clynch River…Beginning on the north side of Mockesin Ridge…November 9, 1782 – David Calhoon, assignee of William Elms, assignee of Richard Byrd…200 ac…in the Glade Hollow on Clynch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 23, 1781

Page 60 – Richard Price…42 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of Millstone Branch of Cedar Creek, waters of Clynch River…Beginning near the foot of Clynch Mountain…crossing the spurs Clynch Mountain…December 19, 1782 – Richard Price…400 ac…on the north fork of Cedar Creek running into Clynch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 22, 1781

Page 61 – Francis Browning, assignee of John Laughlin…130 ac…commissioners Certificate…on the Meadow branch of Cedar Creek, waters of Clynch River…Beginning by the branch near the north side of Chestnut Ridge…near the mouth of a sinking branch…November 15, 1782 – John Laughlin…150 ac…on the waters of Cedar, includes improvement, actual settlement made in 1772…September 1, 1782

Page 61 – Richard Price…54 ac…Preemption Warrant… on the west side of Priests Mountain on the waters of Cedar Creek, branch of Clynch River…February 2, 1783

page 61 – Richard Price…44 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the south side of Clinch River…April 23, 1783

Page 61 – Richard Price…45 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the north side of Clynch River…December, 1782

Page 62 – Richard Price…466 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the north fork of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on Henry Smiths line…corner to Prices settlement tract…January 13, 1783

Page 62 – Joseph Martin…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Indian Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning on the south side of the Poor Valley knobs…corner to Howards line…crossing the creek and the valley to the poor valley ridge…November 4, 1783 – Joseph Martin, assignee of Edmond Lyne, assignee of John Pursell, assignee of George Waller…400 ac…by actual settlement in 1774…on Indian Creek in Powells Valley, including his settlement…August 11, 1781

Page 62 – Joseph Martin…690 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of Indian Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning on the south side of Poor Valley Ridge…corner to Brice Martins land…by the Kentucky Road…crossing the creek and the valley to the Poor Valley Ridge…November 4, 1783

Page 63 – Joseph Martin…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Martins Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning on the south side of the Poor Valley Ridge in the head of deep hollow…corner to Martins land…below the forks of the creek…crossing the valley to the poor valley ridge…November 7, 1783 – Joseph Martin…400 ac…by settlement made in 1769 on Martins Creek in Powells Valley, being the same he improved…August 11, 1781

Page 63 – Anne Campbell…254 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of Powells River and on both sides of Shavers Creek…Beginning on the bank of the river by a spring…by a path…crossing Shavers Creek…February 19, 1783 – Anne Campbell…400 ac…by settlement made in 1776…in Powells Valley on the River at the mouth of Shavers Creek, includes improvements…August 24, 1781

Page 63 – William McGaughey…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in Powells Valley in the Turkey Cove between the wagon road and the River on both sides of Thompsons Creek…Beginning on the west side of the same and on the east side of a ridge…on the north side of Powells Mountain…December 22, 1783 – William McGaughey…400 ac…in the Turkey Cove on the right hand of the road between Powells Mountain and the River to include his settlement, actual settlement made in 1771…August 25, 1782

Page 64 – William McGaughey…1000 ac…Preemption Warrant…in Powells Valley in the Turkey Cove between Powells Mountain and the River and on both sides of Thompsons Creek…Beginning on the north side of Powells Mountain…December 22, 1783

Page 64 – Joseph Martin…440 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the waters of Martins Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning on the south side of the Poor Valley Ridge…crossing the valley to the poor valley ridge…November 7, 1783

Page 64 – Joseph Martin…215 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the waters of Martins Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning on the south side of the Poor Valley knobs…corner to John Martin…crossing the valley to the poor valley ridge…November 6, 1783

Page 65 – Thomas Campbell…1000 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of Powells River below the waggon ford…Beginning on the north side of Wallins Ridge…corner to James Thompsons land…on a spur of the Elk knobs…on Eavin Shelbys line…crossing the river corner to William Forks land…on the north side of Wallins Ridge…November 17, 1783

Page 65 – Brice Martin…820 ac…Preemption Warrant…on Indian Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning on the south side of the Poor Valley Ridge…corner to Joseph Martin…crossing the creek and the valley to the Poor Valley Ridge…November 5, 1783

Page 65 – Brice Martin…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on Indian Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning on the south side of the Poor Valley Ridge on the west side of a hollow…corner to John Martin…crossing the creek to the Poor Valley Ridge…November 5, 1783 – Brice Martin…400 ac…settlement made in 1769…on the Beaver Dam Springs in Powells Valley…August 11, 1781

Page 66 – Joseph Martin…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head of Indian Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning on the south side of Poor Valley Ridge…corner to brice Martin…crossing the valley to the Poor Valley Ridge…November 6, 1783 – John Martin…400 ac…on the dividing ridge between Martins and Indian Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 20, 1781

Page 66 – William Anderson…980 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both side of Powells River opposite the Glade Spring, known by the name of the Buffaloe Walks…Beginning on the north side of the river…on the north side of Wallins Ridge…crossing the river on the north side of a Herricane Ridge…December 4, 1783

Page 66 – Joshua Bucher, heir…970 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of Powells River above and below the Buffalo ford…Beginning in a rocky bend of Wallins Ridge…crossing the river with forks line…on the south side of the Brushy Ridge leaving Forks line…crossing the river below the Buffaloe ford…along Wallins Ridge…Warrant #1924…November 17, 1783

Page 67 – John Thompson, assignee John Kinkade…57 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the top of Copper Ridge on the head of a small branch of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning by a path…Warrant #12158…March 17, 1783

Page 67 – John Thompson, assignee of John Kinkade…29 ac…Treasury Warrant…on a branch of Weavers Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning near a large lick…Warrant #12158…March 20, 1783

Page 67 – William Thompson…133 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Thompsons Creek, branch of Clinch river…Beginning corner to John Thompson …October 8, 1783 – William Thompson…200 ac…in the New Garden on the north side of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 24, 1781

Page 67 – John Thompson…196 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Thompsons Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning crossing a spring branch opposite the head of a hollow…March 19, 1783 – John Thompson…200 ac…in the New Garden on the north side of Clinch River, includes improvements…actual settlement made in 1771…August 24, 1781

Page 68 – Richard Thompson…208 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Thompsons Creek, waters of Clinch River…March 19, 1783 – Richard Thompson…300 ac in the New Garden on the north side of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 24, 1781

Page 68 – Thomas Ferral, heir…142 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of a small branch, waters of Thompsons Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning by a path…March 21, 1783 – Thomas Ferral, heir to William Ferral, decd, assignee of Richard Thompson, assignee of Jacob Jackson…300 ac…on the north side of Clinch River in the New Garden, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 24, 1781

Page 68 – Elisha Pepper…306 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of the roaring branch, waters of Powells River…Beginning on the east side of the branch near the foot of Elk Knob…in a Cane Break…February 19, 1783

Page 69 – Benedict Yarry…308 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of the Station Creek, waters of Powells River…Beginning on the north side of Wallins Ridge…corner of Joseph Mortons land…in a Cane Break…January 18, 1783

Page 69 – George Puckett, assignee of Benjamin Sharp, assignee of James Young…108 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Horns branch, waters of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on the south side of a stony ridge by the edge of a sinkhole…March 13, 1783

Page 69 – Enos Browning…122 ac…Treasury Warrant, assignee of Joseph Perrin…on both sides of the north & south forks of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on the north side of the north branch of the Creek corner of Thomas Hendricks land…by the south branch of said creek…crossing the creek twice, corner of Brownings land he lives on…March 11, 1783

Page 69 – Enos Browning…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…November 16, 1782

Page 69 – William Lee, assignee of Solomon Kindrick…200 ac…on Cedar Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 21, 1782 – Assigned to James Sergent and from him to Enos Browning and from him to Joseph McReynolds. Witness: Robert Preston

Page 70 – John Kinkead, assignee of Halbert McClure…394 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the meadow branch, waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the south side of a ridge of knobs at the head of a hollow…October 2, 1783 – Halbert McClure, assignee of Joseph Martin, assignee of Thomas McCullock…400 ac…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 16, 1781 – Halbert McClure assigns to John Kinkead by purchase on October 5, 1781…Signed: Halbert McClure. Witnesses: Ben. Estill

Page 70 – Benjamin Alderson…330 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Clinch River…Beginning on the north side of Clinch River…by the mouth of a branch and crossing the river and down the river to the south side…on the north side of Copper Ridge…October 8, 1783 – Benjamin Alderson…400 ac…on both sides of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 24, 1781

Page 70 – Robert Vickers…110 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of Lewis’s Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on the side of the Big Doe Mountain…by a spring…on the side of Big Assd Mountain…October 11, 1783 – Robert Vicars…250 ac…in the New Garden on the north side of Clinch, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 24, 1781

Page 71 – George Moss…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Powells River and known by the name of the Hiccory Grove…Beginning at the side of a Cedar Clift…on the south side of the river…November 14, 1783 -George Moss, assignee of William Pitman…400 ac…settlement made in 1776…on Powells River at two springs about three miles below the rock house, includes improvements…August 14, 1781

Page 71 – Joseph Hatfield, assignee of Elia Smith…50 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Thompsons Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning near the foot of a ridge of knobs corner to John Neals land…December 13, 1782

Page 71 – William Proman…220 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of a dry branch, waters of Thompsons Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on the top of a high clift near Thompsons Creek…October 6, 1783 – William Proman, assignee of John Cardine, assignee of Archibald Woods, assignee of James Anderson…300 ac on the north side of Clinch River in the new Garden, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 24, 1781

Page 72 – Thomas Peteet…100 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of the north fork of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning near the foot of Priests mountain on the east side of a hollow…January 17, 1783

Page 72 – Francis Wilkerson…400 ac…commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Thompsons Creek, branch of Clinch River…October 10, 1783 – Francis Wilkerson…400 ac…in New Garden settlement on Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…September 2, 1781

Page 72 – Benjamin Sharp…200 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning corner to James Littens land…near the mouth of a sinking branch…line of Alexander McClennaghans patent land…corner to Thomas Price, Jr., land…October 24, 1783

Page 73 – Patrick Dowell…128 ac…Treasury Warrant…assignee of John Thompson, assignee of John Kinkead…on the waters of Clinch River…Beginning between two sinkholes corner to Dowells settlement right…line of Thomas Ferrels land…corner of Robert Vicars land…June 10, 1783

Page 73 – Patrick Dowell…50 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head of a small branch, waters of Clinch River…March 24, 1783 – Patrick Dowell, assignee of John Lynch…50 ac in the New Garden on the north side of Clinch bounded by James Anderson, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773… August 24, 1781

Page 73 – Cornelius Roberts, assignee of William Smith…352 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Glead Hollow branch, waters of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on the west side of a hollow, corner to Patrick & John Coyls land…January 14, 1783 – William Smith, assignee of John Hays…400 ac…nigh the head of Glade Hollow joining Robert Dean, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…September 1, 1781

Page 74 – John Jackson, heir…165 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of three sinking branch, waters of Clinch River…Beginning by a path…March 22, 1783 – John Jackson…300 ac…on the north side of Clinch in the New Garden, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 24, 1781

Page 74 – Edward Smoot, assignee of Timothy Burges…390 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Glade Hollow, waters of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning near Cedar Creek…January 15, 1783 – Timothy Burges, assignee Christian Bordaw (Bordan)…400 ac…in the Glade Hollow at the mouth thereof, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 24, 1781 – Assigned to Edward Smoot by purchase on January 27, 1783. Signed: Timothy Burges. Witness: Benjamin Sharp

Page 74 – John Lewis, assignee of Moses Dortan…150 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of a small branch, waters of Lewiss Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning corner of Charles Neels land…near Lewis field…January 21, 1783

Page 75 – Robert McFarlin, assignee of Mosses Dortan…96 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Clinch River…Beginning by a path…July 22, 1783

Page 75 – James Litten…100 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of a small branch, waters of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…beginning by a small branch near the foot of Rye Grass Mountain…near the mouth of a sinking branch – James Litton, heir to Benton Litton, decd…100 ac…under Clinch Mountain, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 16, 1781

Page 75 – Robert Vickers…192 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head of a small branch, waters of Clinch River…Beginning on the north side of a ridge corner to John Jacksons land…near the end of a bald spur…March 22, 1783 – Robert Vickars, assignee of James Jackson…300 ac…in the new Garden on the north side of Clinch, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 24, 1781

Page 76 – Joseph Perrin…76 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the top of the Rye Grass Mountain on the head of a small branch of the south fork of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning on the south side of said mountain…March 7, 1783

Page 76 – James Litton, assignee of William Davison…38 ac…Treasury Warrant #8456…on the waters of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on the north side of the Rye Grass Mountain corner of Littons land by right of settlement…at the foot of the Rye Grass Mountain…April 25, 1783

Page 76 – Joel Barker, assignee of Elijah Smith…265 ac…Treasury Warrant #8456…on the top of the Chestnut Ridge and on both sides of a small branch, waters of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on the west side of a branch corner of Thomas Hendricks land…line of Drury Pucketts land…April 24, 1783

Page 77 – Samson Christian, assignee of Henry Davis…70 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clinch River…Beginning along the foot of the River Mountain…April 22, 1783 – Hary Davis, assignee of Charles Neal, assignee of William McFarlands, assignee of Samuel Sanders…200 ac…on Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 22, 1781

Page 77 – Thomas Price, Jr., assignee of Thomas Price, Sr., assignee of Joseph Prinor…50 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…March 12, 1783

Page 77 – Charles Neal…100 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Lewises Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning corner of John Neels land…December 14, 1783 – Charles Neal, assignee of Samuel Vanhook, assignee of John Lewis…100 ac…in New Garden on Lewises Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 24, 1781

Page 78 – Patrick & John Koil…170 ac…commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clinch River…April 23, 1783 – Patrick Koil & John Koil, Legatees of John Koil, assignee of Abraham Cooper, assignee of Francis Cooper, …400 ac…on Sinking Creek, at the sinking place of said creek, includes settlement made in 1774…August 14, 1781

Page 78 – Thomas Johnson, assignee of Janas Donnelson…93 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head of a small branch, waters of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…March 10, 1783 – James Donelson, assignee of Daniel McCoy…100 ac…on the waters of Cedar Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 21, 1781 – Assigned to Thomas Johnson by purchase on February 5, 1783. Signed: James Donaldson. Witness: Richard Price

Page 78 – Patrick & John Koil…260 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Sinking Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning on a line of Bustards land…January 14, 1783 – Patrick Coil & John Coile, legatees of James Coile, decd…300 ac…on the south side of clinch River between the House & Barn Mountain and the river, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 29, 1781

Page 79 – Thomas Hendricks…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of North & South forks of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning on a spur of the Chestnut Ridge near a branch…near Hendricks field…on the north side of the south fork of Cedar Creek……November 15, 1782 – Thomas Hendricks assignee of Aaron Vanhook, assignee of Solomon Litton, assignee of Thomas Price, assignee of Robert Breeze…400 ac on Cedar Creek running into Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 20, 1782

Page 79 – Thomas Johnson, assignee of James Donnelson…196 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the south fork of Cedar Creek, waters of clinch River…Beginning line of Alexander McClannahans patent land…by a path…December 6, 1782 – James Donnelson…200 ac on Cedar Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 24, 1781 – Assigned to Thomas Johnson or his heirs by purchase on February 5, 1783. Signed: James Donaldson. Witness: Law. V. Hook, Richard Price

Page 80 – Thomas Price, assignee of James Burk…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…December 18, 1782 – James Burk…200 ac…on Cedar Creek on the south side of Clinch River known by the name of Swords Mill, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 27, 1781

Page 80 – Drury Puckett…380 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of a small branch of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning on the end of a spur of the River Mountain near the head of a steep hollow…near the foot of the River Mountain…December 9, 1782 – Drury Puckett, assignee of John Cardine, assignee of Thomas Price…400 ac in the Elk Garden settlement on the south side of Clinch, includes improvements,

Page 81 – Thomas Hobbs…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mockeson Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holstein River…April 30, 1782 – Thomas Hobbs, assignee of John Lemar, assignee of Jesse Cain…200 ac…on Mockeson Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 23, 1781

Page 81 – James King Carr…185 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mockeson Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the bank of the creek on Alexander Barnetts lower line…April 29, 1782 – James King Carr, heir of James Kerr, assignee of John Walker…200 ac…on Mockinson joining John Walkers below by a line crossing at the ford of the Creek and Alexander Barnett above, includes improvements, 98 ac surveyed on December 11, 1774 for John Walker…August 20, 1781

Page 81 – Loving Bledsoe…Treasury Warrant…89 ac…on Catrins fork a branch of Cove Creek, waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the north side of the branch…Warrant #8473…October 18, 1782

Page 82 – Christopher Huston…100 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mockeson Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on a rocky spur corner to the land John Walker now lives on…by a path…along a rocky brake of the land…April 30, 1782 – Christopher Huston, assignee of Benjamin Rust…100 ac…on Mockinson Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 30, 1781

Page 82 – James Alley…230 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clinch River at the mouth of Shole Creek…Beginning in the river opposite to the south bank of the same…down the river by the mouth of Shole Creek…corner to Patrick Porters land…above the sinking spring…November 16, 1782 – James Alley…400 ac…on Clinch River at the mouth of Shoal Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 23, 1781

Page 82 – Leton Smith, assignee of John Frost, assignee of Jacob Fleenor…90 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Smiths Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Warrant #8418…December 5, 1782

Page 83 – Samuel Hensley…372 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in Rich valley on both sides of Walkers Mountain, on the waters of Cove Creek, a branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the east side of a ridge above a branch…in William Heads line…on the south side of Walkers Mountain…crossing a spring branch…near the top of the Mountain…corner to Henry Spahrs land he now lives on…at the head of the Sinking Waters…October 18, 1782 – Samuel Hensley…400 ac…in the Rich Valley, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…154 ac surveyed on February 15, 1774…August 25, 1782

Page 83 – James Osborn…230 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in Cassells woods on the waters of Clinch River…Beginning corner to David Cowans land he now lives on…above a sinking spring…on Henry Hamlins line…November 11, 1782

Page 83 – Cornelius Carmack…225 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Cathrins fork, branch of Cove Creek, waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the Hawfield Ridge above a path…at the foot of the knobs…October 19, 1782

Page 84 – Cornelius Carmack…130 ac…treasury Warrant…on the waters of Steels Creek…Beginning on the north side of the Big Ridge…corner to the land he now lives on…June 7, 1782

Page 84 – Cornelius Carmack…395 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of Beaver Creek & Steels Creek…Beginning on the north side of the big ridge…corner to Richard Moors land…corner to Moors & Nathaniel Gists land…at the foot of the big ridge…June 5, 1782 – Cornelius Carmack…400 ac…on the waters of Beaver Creek…100 ac surveyed on January 12, 1774…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…September 1, 1781

Page 84 – Benjamin Maiden, assignee of John Burk…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of Abrahams Creek, waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the north side of a branch known by the name of Barren Spring Branch…on the south side of Walkers Mountain…June 6, 1782 – John Burk, assignee of Cornelius Carmack, assignee of Samuel Osborne…200 ac…on the waters of the north fork to include the Barren Spring, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…September 1, 1782 – Assigned to Benjamin Maiden by purchase on May 16, 1782…Signed: John Burk. Witness: Robert Preston

Page 85 – Peter McAll…210 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Cove Creek, branch of the north fork of Holston…Beginning on the top of the Slippery Hill…October 19,1782 – Peter McAll…400 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River in the Cove, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…September 1, 1781

Page 85 – James Smith…150 ac…Treasury warrant…on the waters of Abrahams Creek…Beginning corner to Lewis Pitts land he now lives on…by the Kentucky road…by a path…88 ac by warrant #2466 and 62 ac by warrant #9063 dated November 21, 1781…June 4, 1782

Page 85 – Joseph Hamley…126 ac…Treasury warrant…in the Rich Valley on the waters of Cove Creek, branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on a spur of Walkers Mountain…October 19, 1782

Page 85 – William McDowel, assignee of Joseph Blackeymore…75 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clinch River…Beginning at the mouth of a branch…on the north side of the knobs…November 25, 1782 – Joseph Blackamore, assignee of Charles Carter…100 ac…on the south side Clinch River the mouth of Toms Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 21, 1781

Page 86 – William Harroldson…350 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in Cassells Woods on the south side of Clinch River…Beginning on the River Ridge…corner to John Kinkeads land…on James Osbornes line…November 11, 1782 – David Crouch, assignee of James Smith, assignee of Stephen Trigg, assignee of William Pitman…400 ac in Cassells Woods, includes improvement whereon Pitman resides and Richard Auntons? improvement adjoining…actual settlement made in 1772…August 25, 1782 – Assigned to William Harroldson by purchase on December 10, 1782…Signed: David Crouch

Page 86 – Samuel Richey…290 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clinch River and on both sides of said Richeys Creek…Beginning on the north side of the river Ridge…November 22, 1782 – Samuel Richey…400 ac on the south side of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 21, 1781

Page 86 – John English…119 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in a bend of Clinch River on the north side of the same…Beginning on the north side of a hollow near the bank of the river…on a Rocky spur…November 8, 1782 – John English, assignee of Henry Hamblyn, assignee of Joseph Drake, assignee of William Pitman, assignee of Thomas Pitman, assignee of Chippy Ally Puckett…200 ac on the north side of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 29, 1781

Page 87 – Edmund Smith…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Cassells Run, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on the north side of Copper Creek Ridge, corner to Col. William Russells land…corner to Edward Stapletons land…on the east side of Cassells Run and north side of the Kentucky Road…with a line of Frederick Fryleys land…November 13, 1782 – Edmund Smith, assignee of John Crawford…150 ac on Cassells Run on both sides adjoining John Smith, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 21, 1781

Page 87 – Edward Stapleton, assignee of James Black…108 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the east side of Cassells Run, south branch of Clinch River…Beginning on the north side of the Kentucky path corner to Frederick Friley & Edmund Smiths land…November 9, 1783 – James Black, assignee of William Burney, assignee of Bazaleel Maxwell…150 ac…actual settlement made in 1772 on Cassells Run on the west side adjoining Edmund Smith on the south…August 10, 1781 – Assigned to Edward Stapleton by purchase on September 24, 1782. Signed: James Black. Witnesses: Patrick Porter, William Cowan

Page 87 – Thomas Alley…245 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clinch River…Beginning above the sink hole spring corner to James Alleys land that he now lives on…by a path…on the Kentucky Road…November 18, 1782 – Thomas Alley…400 ac…adjoining James Alleys land, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 23, 1781

Page 88 – Alexander Montgomery…145 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on a spur of Clinch Mountain, corner to Robert Tates land…at the foot of Clinch Mountain…December 3, 1782 – Alexander Montgomery, assignee of David Cane, assignee of Jesse Cane, assignee of William Huston, assignee of Robert Tate…150 ac…on Mockison Cree, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 30, 1781

Page 88 – Vincin Hobbs…272 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein…Beginning on the north bank of the river…by a spring…on the south side of the Poor Valley knobs…April 15, 1782 – Vincent Hobbs…300 ac on the north fork of Holstein River on both sides John Bennam above and John Kindrick below…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 16, 1781

Page 88 – James Fulkerson…265 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Cove Creek, branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning in a bent of the creek on the north bank…above the Slippery Rock Ford…below the mouth of Cathrins fork…below the Slippery Rock Ford…April 12, 1782 – James Fulkerson, assignee of Conrad Goldman, assignee of Daniel bailey…300 ac…on Cove Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 30, 1781

Page 89 – Bazalet Bowen…276 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Copper Creek, branch Clinch River…Beginning on the west side of a spur above a branch…by a path…May 7, 1782 – Bazalet Bowen…400 ac…actual settlement made in 1774…on Copper Creek within two miles of Hustons Fork…August 9, 1782

Page 89 – Charles Cocke, assignee of John Ewing…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of Trading Creek in Powells Valley…November 10, 1783 – John Ewing…400 ac…actual settlement made in 1775…on the waggon road in the fork of Trading Creek in Powells Valley…August 10, 1781 – Assigned to Charles Cocke by purchase on November 8, 1783. Signed: John Ewing. Witness: David Carson

Page 89 – Charles Cocke, assignee of John Ewing…400 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the waters of Trading Creek in Powells Valley and known by the name of the Bone of Contention…Beginning on the west side of a spur of Poor Valley Ridge…corner to his settlement right…on the south side of the Poor Valley ridge…November 10, 1783

Page 90 – William Priest…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of Trading Creek, branch of Powells River…Beginning on the south side of the Poor Valley Ridge…corner to Joseph Martins land…on the top of the Poor Valley Ridge…November 7, 1783 – William Priest…400 ac…Tradeing Creek at the Big Spring, actual settlement made in 1775…August 22, 1781

Page 90 – Andrew Lammie…150 ac…on both sides of Cove Creek…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on a spur of the Piney Mountain…near Campbells line…October 15, 1783 – Andrew Lummie, heir Samuel Lammie, decd…300 ac…on both sides of Cove Creek…138 ac., surveyed February 22, 1775, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 24, 1781

Page 90 – James Glen…40 ac…adjoining his settlement survey…Treasury Warrant…Beginning crossing a valley near Woods old line…October 29, 1783

Page 91 – James Glen…240 ac…on the middle fork of Holstein…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on William Greers line…on Smiths corner…October 29, 1783 – James Glen…250 ac…on the head of the north fork of Cedar Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 30, 1781

Page 91 – Andrew Evans…36 ac…on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on Evans old line…August 15, 1783 – Andrew Evans, assignee of John Crow…300 ac…on both sides of Hungers Mother, includes improvement…210 ac surveyed on February 25, 1775…actual settlement made in 1775…August 25, 1781

Page 91 – James Dougherty…255 ac…on a branch of the middle fork of Holston River on the northwest end of James Thompsons old survey…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on Cap. Thompsons old line with Thomas Bates line…on the south side of the branch…on a spur of Walkers MOuntain…March 2, 1782 -James Daugherty, assignee of Robert Kirklan, assignee of Thomas Starns…400 ac…on a branch of Lick Run…91 ac surveyed for Thomas Starn, June 2, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 29, 1781

Page 92 – James McFarland…372 ac…on Walkers Creek, waters of the middle fork of Holstein River…Preemption Warrant…Beginning on the bank of a little branch…corner to John Andersons survey…at the foot of Walkers Mountain…Warrant #1757…November 2, 1784

Page 92 – John Kincade…182 ac…on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to Watsons survey…on McHenrys line…on William Greers line…October 30, 1783

Page 92 – Francis Niel…200 ac…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on the south bank of the river…at the foot of the Piney MOuntain…Warrant #12954

Page 92 – Robert Baker…November 22, 1783…50 ac…on the east side of Bakers Creek, waters of the middle fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on Walkers old line with John Kirks line…on David Beaties line…

Page 93 – Patrick Watson…264 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein by certificate granted to John Gwyn, William Goforth & William Brison…Commissioners Certificate…assigned from them to Watson…Beginning on the south side of Walkers MOuntain…on William Greers line…near Smiths corner…by the spring branch on Gilbert Watsons line…October 30, 1783 – John Gwyn, William Goforth & Hugh Bryson, assignee of David Snodgrass, assignee of Francis Kinkanan, Jr…400 ac…on the north fork of Holstein …83 ac surveyed January 21, 1774 for Francis Kinkanan, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 25, 1781

Page 93 – Tobias Smith…346 ac…on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on Jonas Smiths line…by a spring branch…corner to James Glens survey…in the valley…October 30, 1783- Tobias Smith assignee of Benjamin Maiden

Page 93 – Thomas Tate…78 ac…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on the side of the River Ridge…by a spring on the south bank of the river…October 16, 1783…Warrant #8130, dated February 2, 1782

Page 94 – Samuel Gibson…100 ac…waters of the middle fork of Holstein…Commissioners Certificate…granted to William White…100 ac assigned to Samuel Gibson…Beginning at the foot of Walkers MOuntain…to Samuel Whites corner…July 10, 1783

Page 94 – James Wheeler…187 ac…on a branch of Spruce Creek, waters of the middle fork of Holstein…Treasury Warrant…Beginning by John Hays road…with Walkers Mountain…February 15, 1784

Page 94 – Jonas Smith…400 ac…on the south side of Walkers Mountain…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on a line of John Baties old survey…January 30, 1783 – Jonas Smith…400 ac…on the head of Little Holstein, includes improvements…270 ac survey dated December 3, 1774…actual settlement made in 1772…August 30, 1781

Page 95 – John Fowler…200 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on a spur of Walkers Mountain…line of John Watsons survey…line of Fowlers adjacent survey…on the bank of the Creek above the Mill Dam…on the side of Walkers Mountain…June 25, 1782 – John Fowler, assignee of William Crabtree, assignee of James Mahone…200 ac…in the Rich Valley on both sides of sinking branch running into the north fork of Holstein…152 ac surveyed for John Fowler May 30, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 30, 1781

Page 95 – Jese Belsher, assignee of James Crabtree, assignee of Josiah Markham…100 ac…in the Poor Valley…Treasury Warant #10549…Beginning on the Turkey Gap Creek corner to Cornelius Dewies (Davies) survey…in the bent of the creek…to the foot of Piney Mountain…November 14, 1782

Page 95 – James Crabtree…182 ac…in Rich Valley on the east side of his settlement tract…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on DAvid Youngs line…on a spur of Walkers Mountain…May 3, 1782

Page 96 – Jeremiah Harrison…340 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on Nathan Richardsons line…above the Meeting House…on John Fowlers line…by the Clinch Road…to Richardsons line… June 28, 178_ – Jeremiah Harrison…400 ac…on both sides of sinking branch, includes improvements, surveyed May 20, 1774…actual settlement made in 1772…September 1, 1781

Page 96 – Michael Halfacre…98 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…on the side of the Mill Creek Ridge…by Lees path…near the corner of the Mill Seat Tract…January 15, 1783 – Michael Halfacre, assignee of Nathan Reid…100 ac on the waters of the north fork of Holstein…63 ac surveyed for Nathan Reid December 7, 1774…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…September 1, 1781

Page 96 – Michael Halfacre…50 ac…in the Rich Valley…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on Walkers old line…March 13, 1783. Warrant #12563

Page 97 – Richard Fields…65 ac…in the Rich Valley on the east end of his settlement survey…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to Moses Belshers tract…Warrant #9829, dated December 12, 1781

Page 97 – Richard Fields…200 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the side of Clinch Road corner of James Crabtrees survey…April 13, 1782 – Richard Fields, assignee of John Crabtree…200 ac…on the head springs of Elkhorn branch…129 ac surveyed for John Crabtree, May 27, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 27, 1782

Page 97 – Alexander Vance…289 ac…on the south side of the north fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on the south side of the River, corner to Thomas Byrds survey…by William Crabtrees corner…at the mouth of Beaver Creek…June 2, 1783

Page 98 – Henry Willis…400 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to John Fowlers survey, with a line of John Buchanans survey…by Fowlers Mill Creek…by the valley road…June 25, 1782

Page 98 – John Fugate…51 ac…in the Rich Valley…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner of Fugates settlement survey…line of David Youngs survey…Warrant #10935…May 3, 1782

Page 98 – Zachariah Clein…85 ac…in the Rich Valley adjoining his settlement survey…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to the settlement survey…June 25, 1783

Page 98 – Henry Willis, assignee of Richard Linum, assignee of James Anderson, assignee of John Weaver…400 ac…in the Rich Valley…160 ac surveyed on December 1, 1774, actual settlement made in 1767…August 25, 1781

Page 99 – John Fugate…300 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning line of David Youngs survey…on the side of Walkers Mountain…May 3, 1782 – John Fugate, assignee of Benjamin Nicheson…300 ac…on Beaver Creek, branch of the north fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 30, 1782

Page 99 – Richard Belcher…130 ac…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on a spur of Piney Mountain… corner of John Simmons Tract…corner to the heirs of William Fowler…at the mouth of the creek near Treadways line…on the side of the Piney Mountain…Warrant #9804…April 29, 1783

Page 99 – George Halfacre…174 ac…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning by the valley road…corner between Zachariah Cline & George Halfacre…February 15, 1784

Page 100 – George Smith, 400 ac, in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north and middle fork of Holstein…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning in the gap of Walkers Mountain…corner to McReynolds survey…corner to Henry Willis Survey…June 27, 1782

Page 100 – George Smith…30 ac…in the Rich Valley…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to Henry Willis survey…Warrant #12954…June 27, 1782

Page 100 – James Kinkanan, assignee of Berry Keywood…50 ac…in the Rich Valley…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to Samuel McReynolds survey, line of Walkers old survey…Warrant #12954, July 18, 1782…January 14, 1783

Page 100 – William Cronkleton…June 5, 1782…50 ac…on a fork of Bakers Creek, waters of the middle fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on George Bakers line…on Allisons line…

Page 101 – Moses Keywood…371 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the side of a spur of Walkers Mountain, corner to John McReynolds survey…in a little valley…corner to James Logans land…February 4, 1783 – Moses Keywood…400 ac…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein, includes improvements, 130 ac surveyed for Moses Keywood December 7, 1774 and 79 ac surveyed for Anthony Linder December 3, 1774, actual settlement made in 1771…August 25, 1781

Page 101 – Robert Fowler, October 2, 1782…inclusive survey…267 ac…part of an old survey made by Thomas Walker for Thomas Baker and the inclusive 94 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley…Beginning line between Fowler and Andrew Marshall – Robert Fowler, assignee of Henry Dougherty…400 ac…on the north fork of Holstein in the Rich Valley, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 30, 1781

Page 102 – Peter Sidburn…81 ac…on the east side of Walkers MOuntain…Certificate granted to Robert Williams and assigned by him to Sidburn… Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on a spur of Walkers Mountain, near a little lick…January 30, 1783 – Robert Williams, assignee of Tobias Smith…150 ac…by settlement made in 1772…under Walkers Mountain adjoining John Yancy, Tobias Smith & Jonas Smith, includes improvements…August 14, 1781 – Assigned to Peter Sidburn by purchase on January 20, 1783

Page 102 – Conrod Karlock…220 ac…on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning near the Townhouse path…near Aaron Lewis line…on Thomas Bates line…above the meeting house…by the Pasture Branch…December 22, 1782 – Conrod Carlock…300 ac…on a branch of Lick run, branch of the Middle fork of Holston River…168 ac surveyed June 1, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made 1773…August 29, 1781

Page 102 – Nathan Richardson…74 ac…in the Rich Valley…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on James Crabtrees line…on a spur of Walkers Mountain…corner to Harrisons survey…line of Richardsons settlement survey…March 13, 1783

Page 103 – Samuel White…50 ac…on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein River…Certificate granted to William White, 53 ac of which is assigned to Samuel White…Beginning on a line of Campbells patent land…by a spring branch…Warrant #12954…August 14, 1782

Page 103 – David Smith…132 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning below McFalls spring…December 29, 1782 – David Smith, assignee of James Summerville, assignee of Alexander Vance…150 ac…on the waters of Bever Creek at McFalls Spring, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 27, 1781

Page 103 – Enoch McCarthy…116 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on Denestons line…under Walkers Mountain…October 2, 1782 – Enoch McCarty, assignee of George Dougherty…150 ac…on the east side of Beaver Creek, branch of the north fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 30, 1781

Page 103 – William White, assignee of Thomas Bates, assignee of Hugh Johnson, assignee of John Lester, assignee of Joseph Lester…150 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 28, 1781 – Assigned to Samuel White on April 10, 1782. Signed: William White. Witness: Aaron Lewis – Assign 100 ac to Samuel Gibson on April 10, 1782. Signed: William White. Witness: Aaron Lewis

Page 104 – John Buchanan…November 14, 1784…90 ac…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on John Fowlers line…on Henry Willis corner…on the north side of Walkers Mountain

Page 104 – Abraham Crosthwhite…282 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to John Andersons survey…at the lower end of the Walnut Hollow…August 16, 1782 – Abraham Crossright, assignee of Isaac Anderson, assignee of Jerry Moles…300 ac…on a branch of Sinking Spring, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1777…August 28, 1781

Page 104 – Robert Denniston…254 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning at the corner of an old survey made by Thomas Walker, now in possession of Andrew Marshall…October 2, 1782 – Robert Denniston, assignee of William Elking, assignee of William Dougherty…300 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…252 ac…surveyed for William McElking on February 27, 1775, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 30, 1781

Page 105 – John Starns, heir to Leonard Starrs, decd…June 16, 1782…160 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holston River…commissioners Certificate…Beginning on James Thompsons old patent line – John Starns, heir to Leonard Starns, decd…200 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein adjoining Capt. James Thompsons patent line, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 31, 1781

Page 105 -John Walker…June 13, 1782…195 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning in Edward Farris line in a gap of the ridge…on Gen. Campbells old patent line – John Walker…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein joining Gen. William Campbells patent line, includes improvements…actual settlement made in 1775…August 31, 1781

Page 105 – Stephen Keywood…100 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to Walkers old survey…January 15, 1783 – Stephen Keywood…100 ac…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein joining the land whereon he lives, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 27, 1781

Page 106 – John Crabtree…135 ac…in the Poor Valley on both sides of the Turkey Gap Creek…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning at the foot of the Piney Mountain…on a spur of Clinch Mountain…November 14, 1782 – John Crabtree, assignee of James Crabtree…150 ac…in the Poor Valley, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 27, 1781

Page 106 – James Crabtree…400 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on a spur of Walkers Mountain on Nathan Richardsons line…May 3, 1782 – James Crabtree, assignee of Abraham Crabtree, assignee of John Lewis, assignee of Abel Richeson…400 ac…in the Rich Valley at the head of the north fork of Bever Creek, on the waters of the north fork of Holstein …373 ac surveyed on May 27, 1774 for James Crabtree, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 27, 1781

Page 106 – Thomas Bates…300 ac…March 2, 1782…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on James Thompsons old patent line – Thomas Bates, assignee of William Martin, assignee of Aaron Lewis, assignee of Hunerist Carlock…300 ac…on the south branch of Lick Run…126 ac surveyed for Hunerist Carlock June 8, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 29, 1781

Page 107 – Aaron Lewis…500 ac…on both sides of Little Holstein, branch of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on Dysarts old line corner to Francis Kinkannons land…on the side of the ridge, corner to Joseph Snodgrass land…near David Snodgrass’s road…crossing the Little Holstein…with James Tygards line…on the side of the ridge…on Andrew Kankannons line…February 4, 1784

Page 107 – Joseph Buchanan & Robert Buchanan…400 ac…on a branch of Bakers Creek…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on a line Bakers old survey…corner to Nicholas Starns survey…on the south side of Walkers MOUNTAIN…February 27, 1782 – Joseph & Robert Buchanan…400 ac…on the south side of Walkers Mountain…210 ac surveyed for Robert Buchana on January 12, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769 – August 29, 1781

Page 107 – Peter Hammon…40 ac…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on the north bank of the river…Warrant #12954…November 2, 1783 Page 108 – David Young…400 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the north side of Walkers Mountain, corner to James Crabtrees survey…May 3, 1782 – David Young, assignee of Abel Richeson…400 ac…on Bever Creek, branch of the north fork of Holstein…309 ac surveyed for Abel Richeson on May 28, 1774, actual settlement made in 1772…August 27, 1781

Page 108 – Colin McKenney…April 18, 1782…169 ac…on both sides of Ceder Creek, branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on George Buchanans line…where Joshua McCormack corners…on David Beaties corner…on James Hattons & George Buchanans old line – Colin McKenny, assignee of Andrew Miller & John Sloan…200 ac…on both sides of Ceder Creek…103 ac surveyed for McKenny on January 24, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 27, 1781

Page 108 – Nicholas Starns…June 5, 1782…88 ac…on a fork of Bakers Creek, branch of Thompsons Creek, waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on a high ridge above Bakers corner…corner to Robert & Joseph Buchanan…on a spur of Walkers Mountain – Nicholas Starns, assignee of William Burch, assignee of Francis Baker…200 ac…on the waters of Thompsons Creek, includes settlement made in 1775…September 1, 1781

Page 109 – William Napier…164 ac…on both sides of Carlocks Creek…commissioners Certificate…Beginning on a spur of Walkers Mountain…on Christopher Lutspikes line…on Gibsons line…to Walkers old line…by the spring branch then leaving Walkers line…by Carlocks Creek then up the creek…February 6, 1783 – William Napier…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 31, 1781

Page 109 – John Nelson…180 ac…on a branch of Lick Run, waters of the Middle fork of Holston River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on Thompsons old line…Christopher Lutspikes corner…with James Thompsons old patent line…March 3, 1782 – John Nelson, assignee of Samuel Scot…250 ac…on Lick Run, 94 ac Surveyed for Samuel Scot on June 2, 1774, actual settlement made in 1773…August 29, 1781

Page 109 – John Kisner, assignee of Gilbert Watson…94 ac…on a branch of the north fork of Holstein River on the south side of Watsons settlement tract…Treasury Warrant…Warrant #9829…Beginning on the side of Walkers Mountain…February 30, 1784

Page 110 – Alexander Outlaw…200 ac…in the Rich Valley joining Jeremiah Harrisons settlement tract…Preemption Warrant granted to Harrison and assigned to Outlaw…Beginning on the ridge above the Meeting House on a line of Harrisons survey…on the side of the Salt Lick Ridge…Warrant #2439…August 13, 1783

Page 110 – William Tate…200 ac…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein…Certificate granted to Thomas Byrd and assigned to William Tate… Beginning on the bank of the River corner to Mer. Postons old tract…corner to Mer. Vances land…line of Tates adjacent survey…crossing the river on the river bank corner to Col. Campbells survey…June 3, 1783 – Thomas Byrd…200 ac on the north fork of Holstein River on both sides…104 ac surveyed for Abraham Crabtree on May 31, 1774, actual settlement made in 1777…August 28, 1781 – Assigned to William Tate by purchase on October 13, 1783…Signed: Thomas Byrd. Witness: Aaron Lewis

Page 110 – William Tate…146 ac…on the south side of the north fork of Holstein adjoining said Tates settlement tract…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to the settlement tract and also a corner to Alexander Vances land…to Arthur Campbells line on the north bank of the river…Warrant #9480, dated November 30, 1781…December 15, 1783

Page 111 – Hugh Johnson & Margaret Buchanan…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on Thomas Stuarts land…on John Beaties old line…January 26, 1785 – Hugh Johnson & Margaret Buchanan, heir to Robert, decd, assignee of George Adams…400 ac…on the waters of Holstein, includes the improvements…535 ac surveyed for George Adams on January 16, 1774, actual settlement made in 1769…August 25, 1781

Page 111 – Hugh Johnson & Margaret Buchanan…317 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Preemption Warrant #2178, dated July 2, 1782…Beginning on Thomas Stuarts line…on Allisons line…January 26, 1785

Page 111 – John McReynolds…126 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley…Beginning on a spur of Walkers Mountain…above a quarry of limestone…in a little valley…corner to Moses Keywoods land…on a spur of the mountain…February 4, 1783 – Thomas Hardwick, assignee of John Carson, assignee of George Teeter, assignee of Jeremiah Hatfield…130 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holston surveyed for Carson on September 2, 1774, actual settlement made in 1772…August 29, 1781 – Assigned to John McReonolds Signed: Thomas Hardwick

Page 112 – John Smith…150 ac…on the south side of the north fork of Holston…Preemption Warrant…Beginning on the point of the River Ridge…Warrant #2561…November 27, 1783

Page 112 – Christopher Lutspike…April 22, 1782…156 ac…on a fork of Carlocks Creek, waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the side of Walkers Mountain…passing by John Nelsons corner – Jacob Brigh, assignee of John Norris…200 ac on the north branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…131 ac surveyed for John Norris on February 11, 1775, actual settlement made in 1774…August 29, 1781

Page 112 – John Fowler…140 ac…in the Rich Valley…on the west side of his settlement survey…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on a corner of the settlement tract…line of John Watsons tract…on Willis line…by the Valley road…June 25, 1782

Page 112 – Abraham Hayter…200 ac…on both sides of Valley Creek on the east end of Joseph Bates settlement tract…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on a little bank corner to Bates survey…above the head of a little spring…on a spur of Clinch Mountain…December 14, 1782

Page 114 – James Tygard…175 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holston…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the top of the ridge corner to Andrew Kincannons survey…with Woods old line…to Snodgrass corner…corner to Lewis survey…January 4, 1783 – James Tygartt, assignee of William Long, assignee of John Arters, assignee of David Snodgrass…200 ac on Little Holstein joining Andrew Kincanon, Woods Patent line, DAVID Snodgrass & John Carsons, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 16, 1781

Page 114 – Joseph Snodgrass…280 ac…on the waters of the Middle fork of Holstein…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the west bank of the Spring Branch…to the mouth of the branch…running by Samuel Edmonsons old corner…on Lewis corner…corner of Francis Kincannons land…January 3, 1783 – Joseph Snodgrass, assignee of Shadrack Newton…400 ac…on a branch of Little Holstein bounded by Francis Kincannon, John Carson & David Snodgrass…390 ac surveyed for Joseph on January 19, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 20, 1781

Page 114 – John Buchanan…160 ac…in the Rich Valley…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to A. Willis survey…on Fowlers line…November 15, 1784

Page 114 – Gilbert Watson…200 ac…on a branch of the North Fork of Holstein…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on Purtles (Purkles) line…on Teneleys line…corner to Watsons adjacent survey…on the side of Walkers Mountain…above a spring…October 30, 1783 – Gilbert Watson, assignee of George Finley, assignee of Samuel Bell, assignee of William Blanton…200 ac on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…September 1, 1781

Page 114 – John Graham…276 ac…on both sides of the Middle fork of Holstein…Beginning on Mathew Elders line…corner to DAVID Beaties land…under the river ridge…on the south bank of the river…January 10, 1787 – 226 ac conveyed to Graham from William Thompson, surviving executor of James Paton, decd by deed dated November 28, 1786 granted to executor by patent dated December 23, 1779 and the other 50 ac by Commissioners Certificate – John Graham, assignee of John Kean…100 ac…on the Middle Fork of Holstein on the north side, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…September 1, 1781

Page 115 – John Kirk…300 ac on both sides of Bakers Creek, branch of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to Jacob Hice survey…corner between Hice & Kirk…on George Hice line…James Thompsons corner to his old survey…corner to Philip Grivers survey…Beaties corner & Kirks former corner…February 11, 1783 – John Kirk…300 ac on the Middle Fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…September 1, 1781

Page 115 – Edward Faris…June 13, 1782…266 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to Col. Russells survey & Walkers old line…on William Napiers line…on Gen. Campbells old patent line…in Edward Farris field – Edward Farris, assignee of James Bates, assignee of Joseph Cole, assignee of Jeremiah Bloomer…400 ac…on the MIDDLE Fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 31, 1781

Page 116 – Henry Smith…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River between Kents Ridge and the House & Barn Mountain…Beginning near the north bank of the River…at the foot of Kents Ridge…by a branch at the foot of the House & Barn Mountain…crossing the river on Kents Ridge…May 13, 1783 – Henry Smith…400 ac…on the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch, includes improvements, being part of 464 ac surveyed for Smith on March 12, 1774, actual settlement made in 1774…August 22, 1781

Page 116 – Henry Smith…410 ac…Preemption Warrant…by Kents Ridge on the north and by House & Barn Mountain on the south, on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning on the bank of the same at the foot of a high clift…corner to another survey of Smith…by a path…on Kents Ridge…May 13, 1783

Page 116 – Henry Smith…60 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of Indian Creek, south branch of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River…Beginning on the east bank…opposite an Island…May 16, 1783

Page 117 – Henry Smith…430 ac…Preemption Warrant…above and below the conjunction of the Maiden Spring fork and north fork of Clinch River joining the second survey below his settlement right…Beginning in a bent of the river on the south bank…crossing the river twice, above a line of the 2nd survey below his settlement…crossing spurs of the House & Barn Mountain…near the top of a spur of Kents Ridge…May 14, 1783

Page 117 – Henry Smith…130 ac…Preemption Warrant…on Kents Ridge…May 16, 1783

Page 117 – Henry Smith…140 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River between the House & Barn Mountain and Kents Ridge and joining the lower end of his settlement right…Beginning on the south side of Kents Ridge…May 13, 1783

Page 117 – Henry Smith…145 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the House & Barn Mountain…Beginning on the west side of a Lick at the foot of a ridge by a path…in a gap of the mountain…May 16, 1783

Page 118 – Henry Smith…175 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the south side of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River and on the upper end of his settlement right…Beginning near the Lick path…between two spurs of the House & Barn Mountain…May 29, 1783

Page 118 – Henry Smith…40 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River…Beginning line of the tract above his settlement right…May 29, 1783

Page 118 – Henry Smith…335 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River being the place he now lives on…Beginning on the east side of a spur of the House & Barn Mountain…above a sinking branch…on both sides of a path…on Kents Ridge…on the top of a high spur of House & Barn Mountain…May 29, 1783

Page 119 – Henry Smith…214 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a south branch of Clinch River known by the name of the Cedar Spring Branch…Beginning below the spring…June 3, 1783 – Henry Smith, assignee of John Laughlin…218 ac…near a fork of Ceder Creek, branch of Clinch, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 22, 1781

Page 119 – Thomas Martin…275 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Clinch River in the Baptist Valley…Beginning corner to John Hankins land…on the side of Couts Ridge…April 26, 1783 – Thomas Martin…400 ac by settlement made in 1775 on sinking Creek on the north side of Clinch being the land whereon he now resides…August 8, 1781

Page 119 – Alexis Musick…44 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the top of Kents Ridge…Warrant #1973…April 22, 1783

Page 120 – Jesse Green…350 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of the upper north fork of Clinch River and along the foot of the Stony Mountain…Beginning crossing a valley, at the foot of the Stony Mountain…April 23, 1783 – Jesse Green, assignee of James Hill, assignee of Honeyman, assignee of James Kenedy…400 ac…on the north side of Clinch River includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 24, 1781

Page 120 – John Fowler…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich land on both sides of the upper north fork of Clinch…April 8, 1783 – John Fowler, heir of James Fowler, decd, assignee of Thomas Sharp…200 ac, settlement made in 1772 on the north fork of Clinch River the same where James Fowler resided in his lifetime…August 9, 1781

Page 120 – John Bristow…160 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the Paint Lick, the waters of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River…Beginning opposite the Paint Lick…May 17, 1783

Page 121 – William Frame…160 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Lands on both sides of the sink hole creek, south branch of the north fork of Clinch River…Beginning on the east side of the creek…April 19, 1783 – William Frame…300 ac…on Sinkhole Creek, includes improvements…actual settlement made in 1776…August 29, 1781

Page 121 – John Vandyke…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Indian Creek, north branch of the upper north fork of Clinch River…April 28, 1783 – John Vandyke…200 ac…joining Indian Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 15, 1781

Page 121 – Samuel Fowler…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning corner to John Fowlers land…corner to Josiah Fugate…on a bluff near a path…April 19, 1783 – Samuel Fowler, heir to Samuel Fowler, assignee of John Rogers, assignee of James Laughlin…100 ac on Clinch adjoining James Hill below & James Fowler above, includes improvement, actual settlement made in 1776…August 24, 1781

Page 122 – James Elkins…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the upper north fork of Clinch River and on both sides of Indian & Middle Creeks, both north branches of Clinch River or fork…Beginning corner to Richard Elkins…near the bank of the Middle Creek to the mouth of the same…crossing Indian Creek…April 25, 1783 – James Elkins…400 ac…in the fork of Indian Creek and Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 29, 1781

Page 122 – John Gravat…76 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Gravates branch, waters of Clinch River…Beginning on Vandykes corner…April 28, 1783 – John Cravatt…150 ac…on the Sinking Creek where the creek sinks, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 22, 1781

Page 122 – James Remey, assignee of James Fugate, assignee of Joseph Meridith…100 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the south side of the north fork of Clinch River…Beginning near the bank of the river…at the foot of Daskins Mountain…above a path…Warrant #13193, dated August 3, 1782…May 11, 1783

Page 123 – Samuel Fowler…296 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of clinch River…Beginning on the south side of a spur of the Stony Mountain…April 21, 1783 – Samuel Fowler, heir to Samuel Fowler, decd…400 ac…on both sides of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 24, 1781

Page 123 – William Rogers…185 ac…Commissioners Certificate…along the foot of Kents Ridge on the north side…April 19, 1783 – William Rogers…400 ac by actual settlement made in 1774…on the north side of Kents Ridge on a branch of the north fork of Clinch adjoining James Heills land on the east and James Roggers land on the west…August 8, 1781

Page 123 – Shadrack White…100 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the west end of Morris’s knob and on the waters of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…May 11, 1783

Page 124 – Joseph Ray…395 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Indian Creek, north branch of the upper north fork of Clinch River…April 18, 1783 – Joseph Ray…400 ac…by settlement made in 1775 on Indian Creek on the north side of Clinch, the land where he now resides…August 18, 1781

Page 124 – Abraham Milliard, assignee of Matthew Smith…110 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Clinch River…May 1, 1783 – Matthew Smith, assignee of James Spiggs…200 ac…on the south side of the north fork of Clinch, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 15, 1781 – Assigned to Abraham Milliard by purchase on April 21, 1783. Signed: Matthew Smith. Witness: Thomas Martin

Page 124 – Henry Smith…80 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the top of the House & Barn Mountain, waters of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River…Beginning on the north side of the mountain and on the northeast of a branch…near a path…February 10, 1784

Page 125 – John Daskins…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning on the south side of the river on top of a ridge by a path…April 30, 1783 – John Daskins…400 ac, by settlement in 1775, on the south side of Clinch being the same where he now resides…August 8, 1781

Page 125 – Andrew Lammie, assignee of James Cravens…175 ac…Commissioners Certificate…along the north side of Clinch Mountain on the waters of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning at the foot of the mountain…corner to James Hays & Capt. Bowens land…corner to Bowens & Martha Kings land…May 7, 1783

Page 125 – Aaron Skeggs, assignee of William Kendrick, assignee of Henry Smith…78 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Indian Creek, south branch of Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River…Warrant #10029, December 20, 1781…May 27, 1783

Page 126 – John Bowen…430 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River in the cove…Beginning on the north side of a ridge corner to his settlement right…opposite the mouth of Maidens Creek…May 5, 1783

Page 126 – John Bowen…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the Maiden Spring fork, a south branch of Clinch River in the cove…Beginning at the foot of the Short Mountain, spur of Clinch Mountain…corner to William Bowens land…May 5, 1783 – John Bowen, assignee of Rees Bowen, decd, assignee of John Deleany…400 ac…at the Maiden Springs to run to the mouth of McAdams Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769…August 22, 1781

Page 126 – John Lewis, assignee of Thomas Peteet…215 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the south side of the House & Barn Mountain, on the waters of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River…Beginning corner to Richard Prices land…February 6, 1784

Page 127 – John Bristow…450 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch river including the great falls…Beginning corner to Shadrack Whites land…on a spur of the Paint Lick Mountain…on the bank of the river above the great falls…Warrant #12165, dated June 4, 1782 – February 3, 1784

Page 127 – Shadrack White, assignee of William Skeggs…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River, adjoining the place he now lives on…Beginning on Bristows line…February 3, 1784 – William Skeggs, assignee of William Verdimen, assignee of Thomas Brumley…assignee of John Delany…200 ac…on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork, joining Shadrack White, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773 …August 18, 1781 – William Skeggs assigned to Shadrack White on February 13,_____. Signed: William Skeggs

Page 127 – Isaac Moore, assignee of John Asbury, assignee of Joseph Higgenbotham, assignee of William West…45 ac…Military Warrant #994, dated May 18, 1780…on the south side of Morrises Knob on the waters of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…May 8, 1783

Page 128 – Martha King, assignee of John Donnald…200 ac…Treasury Warrant #14933…on the waters of the Maiden Spring Fork and above the north side of Clinch Mountain…Beginning at the foot of Clinch Mountain corner to Andrew Lammie…corner to Lammie & Capt. Bowens land…corner to John Cravans…corner to Cravan & DAVID Ward…May 7, 1783

Page 128 – Thomas Daniel…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Cove on the south side of the Maiden Spring fork…Beginning on John Bowens line…corner to William Bowens land…corner to James Hays land…May 6, 1783 – Thomas Daniel, assignee of Henry Willis, assignee of Thomas Brumley, assignee of Edward Roys, assignee of Nicholas Duorter…400 ac…on the Maiden Spring where the spring is dry, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 18, 178

Page 128 – Samuel Young…305 ac…Preemption Warrant #1985…along the foot of the Paint Lick Mountain, on the south side of the same, waters of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River…Beginning at the foot of the Paint Lick Mountain into the south side…May 8

Page 129 – James Brown…140 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the head waters of McAdams Creek, waters of the Maiden Spring fork of clinch River…Beginning on a spur of Morris’s knob…on the Paint Lick Mountain…Warrant #14542, dated September 27, 1782

Page 129 – John Hankins…85 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Clinch River in the Baptist Valley…Beginning at the foot of Cants Ridge…on Major Martins land…April 26, 1783 – John Hankins…150 ac…on the lower part of the Baptist Valley adjoining Major Thomas Martin, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 15, 1781

Page 129 – Robert Preston, assignee of John Preston…275 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of the upper north fork of Clinch River known by the name of the Rich Hill…Beginning in a gap of the creek ridge corner to Richard Elkins…on the top of a spur of the Rich Hill…at the foot of the creek ridge…Warrant #15153…April 26, 1783…

Page 129 – John Donnald…Treasury Warrant…170 ac…on the north side of Kents Ridge on the waters of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning corner to William Rogers…April 23, 1783

Page 130 – John Craven, assignee of David Ward…100 ac…part of Wards Certificate…part of his settlement right on the south side of the Short Mountain in the Cove, on the waters of the Maiden Spring of clinch River…Beginning at the foot of Short Mountain…corner to DAVID Wards land…corner to Ward & Martha King…May 8, 1783

Page 130 – David Ward…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Cove between the Short Mountain and Clinch Mountain on the waters of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning at the foot of Clinch Mountain, corner to Martha Kings land…corner to King & John Craven…spur of the Short Mountain…to the mouth of a cave…May 7, 1783 – David Ward, assignee of Robert Cravens, assignee of Joseph Cravens, assignee of Thomas Baker…400 ac…on the waters of Clinch River, near the Maiden Spring Fork, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 18, 1781 – Assign 100 ac to John Cravens by purchase on March 3, 1783. Signed: David Ward. Witness: Robert Preston

Page 130 – William Garretson…290 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the west side of Morris’s knob, on the waters of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning at the foot of Morris’s knob…May 8, 1783 – William Garrison, assignee of Charles Hughs, assignee of Robert Cravens, assignee of John Cravens, assignee of Joseph Cravens…400 ac…at the foot of Morris’s knob on the waters of Clinch, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 18, 1781

Page 131 – Walter Preston, assignee of Joel Baker…70 ac…Treasury Warrant…along the foot of the Stony Mountain between Jesse Green and Alexis Musick…Beginning at the foot of the Stony Mountain…April 23, 1783

Page 131 – James Hays…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning at the foot of Clinch Mountain on Andrew Lammies line…corner to William Bowens land…above a crab orchard corner to Thomas Daniels land…May 6,1783 – Robert Bowen, assignee of Thomas Broomley, assignee of Andrew Pancake…400 ac…on the Maiden Spring fork on the waters of Clinch adjoining the mountain, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 18, 1781

Page 131 – George Belsher & John Fugate, assignee of Joseph Fugate…380 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning along Joseph Fugates line…May 24, 1783

Page 132 – James Rogers…48 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of the Sink Hole Creek, south branch of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning by a path…on Jacksons line on the side of a ridge…May 23, 1783

Page 132 – Jonathan Preter, assignee of James Rogers…110 ac…State Warrant…on the waters of the upper north fork of Clinch river known by the name of the Cove…Warrant #8186…May 21, 1783

Page 132 – Jesse Jackson, assignee of Shadrack White…100 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of the Sink hole Creek, south branch of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning on the east side of the gravelly lick branch, by a path…on the bank of the Sink Hole Creek…Warrant #12165…May 20, 1783

Page 132 – John Bristow…390 ac…200 ac by Preemption Warrant and the remainder by Treasury Warrant…on the waters of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River being the place he now lives on…Beginning along Shadrack Whites line…by a path…at the foot of a spur of Clinch Mountain…May 20, 1783

Page 133 – John Arthur, assignee of Daniel Smith…50 ac…Treasury Warrant #8144…on the waters of the west fork of Indian Creek, south branch of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning on the west side of a path…at the foot of the House & Barn Mountain…June 2, 1783

Page 133 – Daniel Smith…140 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the Middle fork of Indian Creek, south fork of Clinch River…Beginning on William Kendricks line…on the side of a spur of Clinch Mountain…round the head of a spring…corner to Patrick Kendricks land…June 2, 1783 – Daniel Smith…400 ac…on the north east side of the Middle fork of Indian Creek under Clinch Mountain, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 18, 1781

Page 133 – John Bowers, assignee of Daniel Nelson, assignee of William Bowen…330 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Cove on the waters of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning at the falling Rock at the foot of the Short Mountain…on John Bowens line…May 5, 1785 – William Bowen, assignee of Henry Willis, assignee of John Ross, assignee of Thomas Broomly…400 ac…adjoining the Maiden Spring Tract between it & Clinch Mountain, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 22, 1781

Page 134 – Benjamin Oney…175 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning corner to Francis Hinds land…April 29, 1783 – Benjamin Oney…400 ac…settlement made in 1775…on the south side of Clinch, the same whereon he now lives…August 8, 1781

Page 134 – Joseph Fugate, assignee of James Hill…385 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning corner to Samuel Fowler…near a path…crossing a Mill Pond…at the mouth of a branch…May 24, 1783 – James Hill…400 ac…on the Rich lands on the north fork of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 30, 1781 – Assigned to Joseph Fugate by purchase on February 20, 1783. Signed: James Hill. Witness: Robert Preston

Page 134 – John Bristow…75 ac…treasury warrant…at the cross roads on the waters of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning corner to his settlement right…on Cockrells line…May 17, 1783

Page 135 – John Roberts…290 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River…Beginning crossing the Laurel Creek… by a path…crossing Indian Creek…in the forks of the creek and the river…May 19, 1783 – John Roberts, assignee of Shadrack White, assignee of Francis Henry, assignee of Thomas Daniel, assignee of Burwell Tanner…400 ac…on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork at the mouth of Indian Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 18, 1781

Page 135 – John Skeegs…320 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning crossing Laurel Creek…May 18, 1783 – John Skeggs, assignee of Henry Skeegs…400 ac…actual settlement made in 1773…on the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch, being the same whereon he now lives…August 8, 1781

Page 135 – John Courtney…170 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of Indian & Laurel Creek both south branches of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning on a spur of Clinch Mountain…on the northwest side of a path…June 2, 1783 – John Courtney…200 ac by settlement made in 1776…on the north side of Clinch Mountain northeast of Joseph Locks land, including the Cabon the said Courtney built…August 9, 1781

Page 136 – John Bristow…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…at the Crossroads on the waters of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River…Beginningon Joseph Meradiths line…crossing a spring branch…on the top of the brushy ridge…May 17, 1783 – Shadrack White, assignee of William Bowens, assignee of Robert Gillespie…300 ac…at the end of the Paint Lick Mountain at the Cross Roads, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 18, 1781 – Shadrack White assigned to John Bristow by purchase on February 13, 1782

Page 136 – Daniel Fowler…260 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of upper north fork of Clinch River and on the Reedy Ridge…May 12, 1783 – Daniel Fowler, heir of James Fowler, decd…400 ac…by settlement made in 1775…on the north side of Clinch being the same whereon James Fowler resided…August 8, 1781

Page 136 – William Oney…230 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning in a gap of the Pounding Mill Branch Ridge…May 1, 1783 – William Owney…300 ac…on the south side of the north fork of Clinch, includes his settlement, actual settlement made in 1775…August 15, 1781

Page 137 – James Fulkerson…400 ac…commissioners Certificate…on the head branch of Abrahams Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning at the foot of Walkers Mountain…crossing Fulkersons Spring Branch…December 20, 1782 – James Fulkerson…400 ac…on the head spring branch of Abrahams Creek, the place whereon he now lives, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 16, 1781

Page 137 – James Fulkerson…460 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the head waters of Abrahams Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning by a deep sinkhole corner to his settlement survey…passing Nicholas Fleenors corner…at the foot of Walkers Mountain…December 20, 1782

Page 138 – Thomas Edmondson, Jr., heir of William Edmondson, decd…359 ac…commissioners certificate…on a branch of the south fork of Holstein River and on the north side of said river…Beginning corner to Samuel Robinsons land…corner to Adam Morrows land in a valley and leaving Robinsons land…on Samuel Kithearts line…on Thomas Edmondson, Sr’s line…January 2, 1783 – Thomas Edmondson, heir of William Edmondson, decd…400 ac on the head of the long branch running into the south fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 17, 1781

Page 138 – John Allison…385 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on sinking waters of Bever Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning…line of Robert Prestons land…April 5, 1784 – John Allison, assignee of Samuel Newell, Jr., assignee of Samuel Newell…400 ac on the waters of Bever Creek, 69 ac surveyed on February 18, 1774 for Samuel Newell, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…September 1, 1781

Page 139 – Richard Elkins, assignee of William Withers…200 ac…Commissioners certificate…on the waters of the upper north of Clinch River along the north side of Cants Ridge…Beginning crossing a spring branch near the head…on Cants Ridge…in a gap of the Creek Ridge…April 25, 1783 – William Withers…200 ac…in a Valley on the north side of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1777…August 29, 1781 – Assigned to Richard Elkins by purchase on April 20, 1783. Signed: William Withers. Witness: Walter Preston

Page 139 – Joseph Meridith…85 ac…Treasury Warrant #13193…on the north side of the north fork of Clinch River and known by the name of the Fly Hollow…Beginning on the top of Cants Ridge…May 2, 1783

Page 139 – Joseph Meridith…365 ac…Treasury Warrant #13194…on the south side of the upper north fork of Clinch River…May 2, 1783

Page 139 – Edward Young, assignee of James Brown, assignee of Joseph Higginbotham…40 ac…on both sides of McAdams Creek, branch of the Maiden Spring Fork…Beginning on a spur above the Maiden Spring…May 3, 1783

Page 140 – Fredrick Fraylie…395 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clinch River in Cassells Woods known by the name of Moors fort…Beginning on the west side of a rockey knob corner to James Whartons land he now lives…by a path corner to John Smiths land…in a field by a sinkhole corner to two other tracts of Fraylies land…crossing a spring branch…April 5, 1783 – Fredrick Fraylie, assignee of John Snoddy…400 ac…in Cassells Woods on the south side of Clinch River known by the name of Moors Fort surveyed for William Moor on April 5, 1774, actual settlement made in 1769…August 23, 1781

Page 140 – William Dean…370 ac…Preemption Warrant…in Powells Valley on both sides of Caney Creek, branch of the north fork of Powells River and on the west side of the said fork…Beginning at the foot of the Poor Valley Ridge…corner to John Campbells land…corner to James Campbells land…October 28, 1783

Page 140 – Moses Higginbotham…50 ac…Treasury Warrant…between the Paint Lick Mountain and Daskins Mountain on the waters of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning at the foot of Daskins Mountain…at the foot of the Paint Lick Mountain…Warrant #992, dated May 18, 1780…May 8, 1783

Page 141 – Andrew Davis…380 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Stoney Creek, north branch of Clynch River…Beginning on a line of John Blankmans land that he now lives on…November 23, 1782 – Andrew Davidson…400 ac…on Stony Creek running into Clynch on the north side, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 21, 1781

Page 141 – Benjamin Fugate, assignee of William Bowen…90 ac…Treasury Warrant…assigned to him by Martin Dunkin…on both sides of Grassy Creek, branch of Copper Creek, waters of Clynch River…May 8, 1782

Page 141 – Jesse Owens, assignee of Thomas Frost, assignee of Henry Grayham…50 ac…Treasury Warrant…in the Racoon Valley and on the north side of the north branch of Smiths Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning by a path..crossing a branch at a ford…Warrant #8433, dated April 4, 1782…December 5, 1782

Page 142 – Joseph Blackmore, Jr …240 ac…commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Clynch River and on the south side of the River Ridge…November 27, 1782 – Joseph Blackamore, heir of Edward Blackamore, decd…400 ac…on the south side of Clynch bounded by the River Hills and adjoining Samuel Ritchy, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 21, 1781

Page 142 – Thomas Ally…74 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Copper Creek, south branch of Clynch River…Beginning on the east side of the Big Spring Branch…November 30, 1782

Page 142 – Peter Hutchison, assignee of Lewis Green…134 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Clynch River and along the foot of Copper Creek Ridge…Beginning on a spur of the ridge…November 28, 1782 – Lewis Green…150 ac by settlement made in 1773 on Little Spring at Lewis’s Cane Break…43 ac surveyed on March 23, 1774…August 8, 1781 – Assigned to Peter Hutchison by purchase. Signed: Lewis Green. Witnesses: Patrick Porter & Amos Fletcher

Page 143 – Joshua Roman…260 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Forks of Copper Creek, branch of Clynch River…May 10, 1782 – Joshua Roman, assignee of Jese Cain, assignee of James Burks, assignee of George Oxer…300 ac by settlement made in 1773…on Copper Creek between Michael Oxers land and Jacob Nies…August 9, 1781

Page 143 – Robert Dale…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on Little Cedar Creek, branch of Clynch River…Beginning on the north side of Mockison knobbs…crossing the Shade Hollow…by a path…by a sinking spring on the north side of the above knobbs…April 27, 1782 – Robert Dale…400 ac…on the Shade Hollow on Clynch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1777…August 24, 1781

Page 144 – George Keesee, assignee of Gasper Mauser…190 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holston River…May 5, 1782 – Gasper Mauscoe…190 ac…on the Mockison Creek surveyed on December 16, 1774…actual settlement made in 1772…August 30, 1781 – Assigned to George Keesee by purchase on March 15, 1782. Signed: Gasper Manscoe. Witnesses: Elisha Davis & Daniel Davison

Page 144 – James Sprowl…220 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Abrahams Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to John Robinsons land…December 16, 1782 – James Sprowl, assignee of James Hobbs…220 ac…in the Rich Valley on the north fork of Holston River surveyed for Sprowl on February 16, 1774, actual settlement made in 1770…August 16, 1781

Page 144 – David Norton, assignee of Robert Preston…50 ac…Treasury Warrant…in the Elk Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holston River…December 6, 1782 – This plat is taken into Joseph Slaughters survey and void

Page 145 – William Nash…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rye Cove on the waters of Clinch River…November 23, 1782 – William Nash…400 ac…at the north side of Clinch in the Rye Cove, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 23, 1781

Page 145 – Peter Livingston…340 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the west side of a spur of Clinch Mountain on the east side of a branch…corner to his settlement right…April 10, 1782

Page 145 – Peter Livingston…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the North fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to his preemption warrant…at the foot of the Poor Valley knobs…on a flat in the Poor Valley…on a spur of Clinch Mountain…April 10, 1782

Page 146 – Peter Livingston, assignee of James Bartlett, assignee of William Livingston, one of the acting executors of William Todd Livingston, assignee of James Smith Yarborough, assignee of Conrad Goldman…400 ac by settlement made in 1770…on the north fork of Holstein River, being part of a survey of 606 ac surveyed for William Livingston…August 11, 1781

Page 146 – Humphrey Marchell…310 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of an east branch of Martins Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning near the top of a ridge on the southeast side of said branch…with Andersons line…on Montgomerys line…Warrant #8972…December 8, 1783

Page 146 – Robert Preston, assignee of John Preston…278 ac…Treasury Warrant…on a branch of Indian Creek in Powells Valley….Warrant #15153…December 9, 1783

Page 146 – John Breckenridge, assignee of Robert Breckenridge…275 ac…Treasury Warrant…in Powells Valley on the three forks of the four mile creek…Beginning crossing the creek through a Buffalow Lick…in a gap of the knobs…near a spring…December 10, 1783

Page 147 – Martin Duncan…320 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of Clinch River…Beginning to the upper end of an Island opposite the mouth of Bustards Run…November 15, 1782 – Martin Dunkin, heir of John Dunkin, decd…400 ac…settlement made in 1772…on the north side of Clinch River known by the name of Hunters Fork a little below Phillip Phillips…August 9, 1781

Page 147 – William Nash…160 ac…Preemption Warrant…in the Rye Cove on the waters of Clinch River…November 26, 1782

Page 147 – William Nash…343 ac…Preemption Warrant…in the Rye Cove on the waters of Clinch River…Beginning above Tye Burtons spring…near the Camp Spring…November 25, 1782

Page 148 – James Thompson…260 ac…Preemption Warrant…in the Turkey Cove in Powells Valley on the head waters of Camp Branch Creek and on the head of Thompsons Creek…Beginning on a line of his settlement right above a sink hole…crossing Camp Branch…on the north side of Powels Mountain…February 19, 1783

Page 148 – James Thompson…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Turkey Cove in Powells Valley on both sides of the Wagon Road and on both sides of Camp Branch Creek…Beginning on the north side of Powells Mountain…corner to Thomas Campbells land…crossing the road to Powells Mountain…February 19, 1783 – James Thompson, assignee of Thomas Lovelady…400 ac…in the Turkey Cove, includes improvements in Powells Valley, actual settlement made in 1775…August 15, 1781

Page 148 – Alexander Ritchie…120 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the forks of Ritchies Creek, south branch of Clinch River…Beginning in a gap of the river ridge corner to his settlement right…crossing the two branches of Ritchies Creek…November 17, 1782

Page 149 – Richard Moor…390 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Beaver Creek, north branch of Holston River…Beginning on the north side of the big ridge…corner to Cornelius Carmacks land he now lives on…corner to Carmack & Nathaniel Gist…June 6, 1782 – Richard Moore…390 ac on a branch of Beaver Creek, surveyed on January 12, 1775, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 17, 1781

Page 149 – Matthew Payne…175 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clynch River…November 19, 1782 – Matthew Payne…400 ac on the south side of Clynch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1777…August 21, 1781

Page 149 – Zachariah Green, assignee of Robert Killgore…41 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clynch River…Beginning at the foot of a ridge…on the bank of the river and down the meanders…March 26, 1783 – Robert Kilgore, assignee of Lewis Green, Jr…41 ac…on Clynch River surveyed for Lewis Green, March 23, 1774…actual settlement made in 1772…August 14, 1781 – Assign to Zachariah Green by purchase on March 10, 1783 – Signed: Robert Killgore. Witness: Walter Preston

Page 150 – Patrick Porter…185 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Falling Creek, south branch of Clynch River…Beginning on the north bank of the creek…at the foot of the knobb…March 21, 1782 – Patrick Porter…214 ac by settlement made in 1772…on falling Creek on the south side of Clynch adjoining Charles Killgores land, surveyed on April 1, 1774…August 8, 1781

Page 150 – Patrick Porter, assignee of Alexander Richy…65 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the north side of Copper Creek Ridge on the waters of Clynch River known by the name of McCorkles Slearing?…Warrant #1963…March 26, 1783

Page 150 – Thomas Blackamore…365 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clinch River…Beginning above a spring on the side of Copper Creek Ridge…April 2, 1783 – Thomas Blackamore…400 ac…on the south side of Clynch River on Tom’s Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 21, 1781

Page 151 – Henry Dickensrson…220 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of Clinch River in Cassells Woods…Beginning corner to John Dickersons land…on John Bazdales line…March 15, 1783 – Henry Dickerson… 400 ac…on the north side of Clinch River…310 ac surveyed for Arcalas Dickeson on May 26, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 22, 1781

Page 151 – John Carter…172 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of clinch River and below the mouth of Cove Creek, north branch of said river…Beginning near the top of the River Knobs…the mouth of Cove Creek…April 1, 1783 – John Carter…400 ac…adjoining the mouth of Cove Creek on the northwest side of Clinch River, 92 ac surveyed on March 26, 1774…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 21, 1781

Page 151 – Nathaniel Gist…200 ac…Preemption Warrant #1972…on the waters of Bever Creek, north branch of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Cornelius Carmacks land he now lives on…corner to Richard Moors land he now lives on…June 5, 1782

Page 152 – Col. Arthur Campbell, assignee of Charles Cocke…500 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of Powells River about one mile below the mouth of the Rock House Creek…Beginning on the south side of the river on the top of the River Ridge…on the north side of Wallens Ridge…November 14, 1783

Page 152 – Charles Cocke, assignee of Joseph Martin…350 ac…Commissioners Certificate…below the waggon ford of Powells River on both sides of the Road known by the name of Gallip place…November 15, 1783 – Joseph Martin, assignee of William Anderson…400 ac…by settlement made in 1775 in Powells Valley known by the name of Big Lick Place…August 11, 1781 – Assigned to Charles Cocke by purchase on October 8, 1783. Signed: Joseph Martin. Witness: Joseph Boucher

Page 152 – William Fork…330 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Powells River between the lines of Thomas Campbells & Joshua Bouchers land…Beginning on the south side of brushy ridge near the top…corner to Campbells land…on a spur of Wallens Ridge…November 17, 1783

Page 153 – John Cowan, heir…235 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of McKinnys Run, south branch of Clynch River..Beginning at the foot of Copper Creek Ridge…corner to William Cowans land he now lives on…March 25, 1783 – John Cowan, heir of Samuel Cowan…284 ac…settlement made in 1772…on a branch known by the name of McKinnys Run and adjoining William Cowan…August 8, 1781

Page 153 – David Cowan…264 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mill Creek, south branch of clinch River…Beginning corner to William Robeson and Samuel Porters land…by a path…March 14, 1783 – David Cowan…264 ac by settlement made in 1769…bounded by William Robeson on the east and Samuel Porter on the south known by the name of Cowens Forte, surveyed April 8, 1774…August 9, 1781

Page 153 – William Willson…400 ac…on the north side of Powells River below the Waggon Ford, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775… September 6, 1782 – Assigned to William Fork, August 27, 1783. Signed: William Willson. Witness: Andrew Willson, James Thompson

Page 154 – Henry Dickeyson…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Clinch River and on both sides of Feeding Creek in Cassells Woods…Beginning on the south bank of the river in a bent of the same…by the mouth of a branch…on the south side of the knobs…crossing Feeding Creek and the river…March 15, 1783 – Henry Dickeyson, assignee of Alexander Ritchie, assignee of Joseph Blackeymore…300 ac…on both sides of clinch River and on both sides of Feeding Branch, includes improvements…148 ac surveyed on May 21, 1774…actual settlement made in 1773…August 23, 1781

Page 154 – Edward Duglas…230 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Clinch River at the Flower Ford…Beginning on the north side of the river and on the south side of a knob…by the Flower Road…April 2, 1783 – Edward Duglas, assignee of William Nash…400 ac…on Clinch River at the flower Ford, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 21, 1781

Page 155 – Joseph Frost…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holston River being the place he now lives on…Beginning on a spur of the Poor Valley Knobbs…January 10, 1783 – Page Portwood, assignee of William Cocke, assignee of Vincent Hobbs…200 ac…on the north fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 25, 1781 – Assigned to Joseph Frost in 1781. Signed: page Portwood. Witness: John Reynolds, David Crews

page 155 – Peter Livingston…240 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the south side of the north fork of Holston River…April 10, 1782

Page 155 – John Tate…100 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the north side of the place he now lives on, on the waters of Mockeson Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holston River…Warrant #9059, dated November 21, 1781…May 1, 1782

Page 155 – William Bays, assignee of George Eastis…124 ac…Treasury Warrant…assignee of James Davidson, assignee of James Kerr…on the south side of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning at the foot of Clynch Mountain…100 ac by warrant #1249, dated December 29, 1780 and 24 ac by Warrant #8417, dated April 4, 1782…January 22, 1783

Page 156 – Daniel Davidson, assignee of James Davidson, Jr…86 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on a spur of Clynch Mountain…corner to John Frazers land he now lives on…on the north bank of the creek…Warrant #1249, dated December 27, 1780…January 22, 1783

Page 156 – Reuben Smith…400 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Clynch River in the Rye Cove…Beginning corner to William Nashs land…Warrant #15861, dated February 4, 1782…November 23, 1782

Page 156 – Champain Farris, assignee of William Huston, assignee of Richard Price…50 ac…Treasury Warrant…assigned to him by James Davison, assignee of James Keer…on the south side of Mockeson Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on a branch on James Davidsons line…Warrant #1249, dated December 29, 1780…January 23, 1783

Page 156 – Moses Pharis…114 ac…Treasury Warrant…50 ac assigned to him by Elisha Faris…on both sides of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to George Siftries land…on a spur of Clynch Mountain…January 23, 1783

Page 157 – John Frazer…236 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mockison Creek, branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to Elisha Faris…on a steep spur of Clych Mountain…May 3, 1782 – John Frazer…400 ac by settlement made in 1774…below Ruben Prices upon Mockison Creek…August 8, 1781

page 157 – James Philips, assignee of Jesse Robeson, assignee of Vincent Hobs, Jr…94 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of the Wolf Run, branch of the north fork of Holston…Beginning on the north side of the Run…by the bank of the above Run…Warrant #10094…April 17, 1782

Page 157 – Andrew Goff…205 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on the north side of the River Knobs…at the foot of the Poor Valley Knobs…January 11, 1783 – Andrew Goff…400 ac…on both sides of the North Fork of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 31, 1781

Page 158 – William Dorton…155 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Moors Creek, branch of Copper Creek, waters of Clynch River…Beginning on the north side of the creek…May 9, 1782 – William Dorton, Jr, assignee of Amos Allen, assignee of Samuel Gordon…200 ac…on the waters of Copper Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…September 1, 1781

Page 158 – John But…140 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Forks of Copper Creek, branch of Clynch River…Beginning corner to Joshua Romans land…May 10, 1782 – John But, assignee of Michael Rice, Jr., assignee of Michael Price…122 ac…on Copper Creek known by the name of the huring spring, actual settlement made in 1775…August 14, 1781

Page 158 – John But…250 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Copper Creek, branch of Clynch River…Beginning…crossing Hissing Branch…May 6, 1782 – John But, assignee of Thomas Lovelady, assignee of William Thornton, assignee of William Trimble…250 ac…on Copper Creek at the Big Blue Spring to include his settlement, actual settlement made in 1774…August 4, 1781

Page 159 – John Bristow…100 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the head waters of Laurel Creek, south branch of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River…Beginning between two spurs of Clinch Mountain…Warrant #12165, dated June 4, 1782

Page 159 – Richard Elkins…179 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning corner to Samuel Rogers…crossing the creek to the mouth of the same at the bank of the river…at the foot of Kents Ridge…April 23, 1783 – Richard Elkins…400 ac…on Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 29, 1781

Page 159 – Samuel Rogers, assignee of James Rogers…87 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning by Browns Lick Branch…Warrant #1756…April 23, 1783

Page 159 – Simon Cockrall…30 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River being the place he now lives on…Beginning on the south side of the river…corner to John Bristow…May 26, 1783 – Simon Cockral…400 ac…on the north side of Maiden Spring Fork, including improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 16, 1781

Page 160 – James Rogers…265 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Clinch River…Beginning on the north side of the river at a ford…to the mouth of a creek…April 23, 1783 – James Rogers…400 ac…on both sides of clinch River at the mouth of the sink hole creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 29, 1781

Pae 160 – Shadrack White…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River, being the place he now lives on…Beginning by a path…May 19, 1783 – Shadrack White…400 ac…on the Maiden Spring Fork adjoining the Paint Lick, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1777…August 18, 1781

Page 160 – John Bristow…200 ac…Treasury Warrant…along the foot of clinch Mountain on the waters of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River…Beginning at the foot of Clinch Mountain…Warrant #1766, dated June 20, 1782…May 19, 1783

Page 161 – James Wheeler…290 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the south fork of Holstein…Beginning corner to Henry Bowens land…on Bowens road by a dry branch…on Moses Ashbrooks land…with Joseph Coles land…corner on John Pattersons land…June 6, 1782 – James Wheeler, assignee of Richard Woolsey…400 ac…on the waters of the south fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 30, 1781

Page 161 – William Anderson…920 ac…Preemption Warrant…on Martins Creek in Powells Valley…Beginning on the east side of a branch to the north side…corner to Col. Joseph Martins settlement…November 6, 1783

Page 161 – Archebald Scott…182 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the north side of his settlement…October 29, 1783

Page 162 – Adam Keer…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on Holstein River, northwest side of the River…Beginning corner with James Duff land…on William Duffs land…corner with John Berrys land…corner with James Gilliland on the bank of the river…on the middle fork of Holstein river…June 18, 1782 – Adam Keer, assignee of John Patterson…300 ac…bounded by Holstein River on the south and by William McGhees on the west, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 17, 1781

Page 162 – Joseph Sincler & Robert Campbell…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…near the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Jonathan Bishops land…on Sinclairs old patent line…July 7, 1782 – Robert Campbell & Joseph Sinclair, assignees of Reuben Johnston, assignee of Obadiah Woods, assignee of William Ellis…150 ac…on the south fork of Holstein River includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…September 1, 1781

Page 162 – Jacob Campbell…148 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the south side of the south side of the south fork of Holstein River and adjoining James Campbells land…Beginning corner to Matthew Buchannons land…Warrant #1980, dated December 20, 1781…November 25, 1783

Page 163 – Alvon Williamson…150 ac…Treasury Warrant…assignee of John Thompson, assignee of John Kinkead…on the waters of Lewises Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning by a spring on Benjamin Sharps line…Warrant #12158, dated June 4, 1782…December 12, 1783

Page 163 – Joseph Keiser…50 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Clinch River…Beginning corner to Edward Nellys (Kelleys)…on the north side of Copper Ridge…Warrant #17325, dated June 25, 1783…December 18, 1783

Page 163 – John Thompson, assignee of Richard Thompson…193 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Weaver Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning in a Hurrican…December 13, 1783 – Richard Thompson, assignee of James Davis…200 ac on the north side of Clinch River on the Weavers Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 24, 1781 – Assigned to John Thompson by purchase on December 13, 1783. Signed: Richard Thompson. Witness: Benjamin Sharp

Page 163 – Robert Montgomery, assignee of John Montgomery…520 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the head of a small east branch of Martins Creek, waters of Powells River…Warrant #8187, dated February 2, 1782…November 6, 1783

Page 164 – William Bucher…354 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of Traiding Creek, branch of Powells River…Beginning at the foot of the Poor Valley Ridge…on the north side of a branch…on the south side of the Poor Valley Ridge…November 10, 1783 – William Bucher, heir of Joshua Bucher, decd…400 ac…by settlement made in 1775…on the mouth of Sugar Run in Powells Valley, includes improvements…August 14, 1781

Page 164 – John Campbell…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Cane Creek, waters of Powells River…Beginning in a Cane Break at the foot of the Poor Valley Ridge…October 28, 1783 – John Campbell…400 ac, actual settlement made in 1776…on Cane Creek at the big Spring in Powells Valley, includes improvements…August 24, 1781

Page 164 – Samuel Newill, assignee of John Campbell…426 ac…Preemption Warrant..on both sides of Cain Creek, waters of Powells River…Beginning on the south side of the Poor Valley Ridge…passing John Campbells corner…Warrant #6261, dated April 20, 1781

Page 164 – Samuel Newill…260 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Martins Creek, waters of Powells River…Beginning on the east side of the creek…Warrant #6261, dated April 20, 1781…November 7, 1783

Page 165 – Isaac Burgan, assignee of James Henderson…450 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Wallens Creek, branch of Powells River…Beginning at the foot of Powells Mountain…corner to James Burgans land…on the west side of a lick…crossing the creek to the north side of Powells Mountain…December 19, 1783

Page 165 – Thomas Price…130 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the north fork of Ceder Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning corner to Prices land by settlement…by a path…December 26, 1782

Page 165 – Thomas Price…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Cedar Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on a line of Samuel Vanhooks land…on Alexander McCennianghams land…December 26, 1782 – Thomas Price…400 ac…on a fork of Ceder Creek, branch of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 22, 1781

Page 166 – Isreal Christian…100 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Thompsons Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on Thomas Ferrels corner…on Patrick Dowels corner…by a spring…March 24, 1783 – Isreal Christian, assignee of Martha Ferril, assignee of James Anderson, assignee of Patrick Dowel, assignee of John Lynch, assignee of William Ferril, assignee of John Mosely, assignee of William Thompson…100 ac…near the New Garden Fort on the north side of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 24, 1781

Page 166 – George Moss…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Powells River…November 7, 1783 – George Moss, assignee of Matthew Moss…400 ac… settlement made in 1775…about two miles below the mouth of Traiding Creek between the Ceders and the Ridge, includes improvements, August 14, 1781

Page 166 – Ericus Smith…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Thompsons Creek, branch of Clinch River…October 4, 1783 – Ericus Smith…200 ac…on the north side of Clinch in the New Garden, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 24, 1781

Page 167 – Joseph & Hugh Cole…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to John Campbells land on the north side of the river…corner to John Campbells & William McCutshins…with Jonathan Deans land…on the bank of the south fork with John Thomas land…June 7, 1782 – Hugh Cole & Joseph Cole, Legatees of Hugh Cole, decd, assignee of Andrew Leeper…400 ac…on the waters of the south fork of Holstein river…270 ac surveyed for Andrew Leeper on May 16, 1775, actual settlement made in 1772…August 31, 1781

Page 167 – John Keys…274 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the Laurel Fork of Holstein River…Beginning at the foot of the South Mountain at the head of a spring hollow…over Squarrel Knob…on the bank of the Laurel Fork…before Ben McCords house on the bank of the Laurel fork…on Archibald McSpaddens line…on the head of a spring…May 23, 1782 – John Keys…400 ac…on the Laurel Fork, branch of the south fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 29, 1781

Page 167 – Mer. John Ewing…815 ac…Powells Valley adjoining his settlement…Treasury Warrant…Beginning near the old Station Camp…Warrant #10729…November 8, 1783

Page 168 – Jonathan Musick…180 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the upper north fork of Clinch River in the Rich Lands…Beginning in a bent of Kents Ridge…April 21, 1783

Page 168 – Robert Preston, assignee of Abraham Milliard…230 ac…commissioners certificate…on the Reedy Ridge…Beginning on the top of Reedy Ridge…April 28, 1783 – Abraham Miller…400 ac…on the south side of the Reedy Ridge, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 2776…August 15, 1781 – Assigned to Robert Preston by purchase on April 5, 1783. Signed: Abraham Millard. Witness: Matthew Rhea

Page 168 – Thomas Woolsey…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning on John Thomas land…with Moses Ashbrooks land…corner to Joseph Coles land…with Jonathan Deans land…June 12, 1782 – Thomas Woolsey, John Pierce & Moses Ashbrook…400 ac…joining the south fork of Holstein on the north side being part of a 612 ac survey for Thomas Woolsey on February 23, 1775, actual settlement made in 1771…August 30, 1781 – Assigned to Thomas Woolsey

Page 169 – Thomas Johnston, assignee of Jacob Lewis…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Wallens Creek, branch of Powells River…Beginning on the north side of Powells Mountain…on Wallens Ridge…November 10, 1783 – Jacob Lewis…400 ac by settlement made in 1776…on Wallens Creek about half a mile below the Kentucky Road in Powells Valley…August 14, 1781 – Assigned to Thomas Johnson

Page 169 – Col. Charles Lynch and Mer. Robert Sanders…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in Powells Valley and Indian Creek…Beginning on the south side of the Chestnut Nobb…on the south of Comberland Mountain…November 3, 1783 – Edward Riggs, assignee of Amos Kilburn…400 ac…on a branch of Indian Creek called Sugar Run, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…October 30, 1781 – Assigned to Joseph Martin. Signed: Edward Riggs. Witness: John Montgomery – Assigned to Charles Linch & Robert Sanders by purchase on November 3, 1783. Signed: Joseph martin. Witness: John Ewing

Page 169 – Col. Charles Lynch & Mer. Robert Sanders…766 ac…mistake

Page 170 – Archibald Scott…400 ac…on the head of Wallens Creek, in Powells Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the north side of Powells Mountain…October 28, 1783 – Archibald Scott…400 ac…settlement made in 1776…in Powells Valley to include his settlement on the head of Wallens Creek…August 14, 1781

Page 170 – Archibald Scott…396 ac…Preemption Warrant…Beginning on the south side of Wallens Ridge and adjoining his settlement…on the north side of Powells Mountain…October 29, 1783

Page 170 – James Campbell…361 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Matthew Buchanans land…December 2, 1782 – James Campbell, assignee of Robert Lowrey …400 ac…on the south side of the south fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 31, 1781

Page 171 – James Keys…385 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the Laurel Fork of Holstein River on the southeast side of the south fork…Beginning near the Laurel Fork…corner to Christopher Houstons land…under the Iron Mountain…May 11, 1782

Page 171 – Hugh Gallaugher…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the Fifteen Mile Creek…Beginning on Dr. Walkers old patent line…on Alexander Breckenridges line…by the knobs…November 12, 1782 – Hugh Gallaher assignee of James McHenry, assignee of Samuel Simpson, assignee of John Roark…200 ac…bounded by Blackamores lines running to Dr. Walkers line on the waters of the fifteen mile creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 22, 1781

Page 171 – Thomas Berry, Jr …400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to James Berry & Robert Houston…corner to James Berrys land…April 12, 1782 – Thomas Berry, Legatee to William Berry, decd…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein on the south side, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 30, 1781

Page 172 – Elizabeth Priest…226 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Comberland Mountain and adjoining Adam Deans settlement in Powells Valley…November 4, 1783 – Elizabeth Priest, heir of William Priest…400 ac…under Comberland Mountain, on a branch of Indian Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 22, 1781

Page 172 – William Robeson…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in Powells Valley…Beginning near the Old Station Campb, corner to John Ewing & William Robesons land…November 8, 1783 – William Robeson, assignee of Archibald Woods…400 ac…on the north side of the Ceder Ridge in about a mile of the Rock House, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 23, 1781

Page 172 – Col. Joseph Martin…400 ac…Preemption Warrant…on Martins Creek in Powells Valley…Beginning on the north side of the creek near a leading draught…November 6, 1783

Page 173 – Alexander Forgy…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of Holstein River called Middle Fork…Beginning on the southwest side of Crab Orchard Creek…on a ridge by Charles Bowens Patent line…October 11, 1782

Page 173 – David Dryden…330 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on Holstein River on the Fifteen Mile Creek…Beginning in a rocky gap…on Joel Drydens line…corner to Dryden & James Doren…corner on Oliver Alexanders land… on the west side of Fifteen Mile Creek…at the mouth of Fifteen Mile Creek…June 15, 1782 – David Dryden, assignee of John Row…400 ac…on both sides of Holstein River…160 ac surveyed for David Dryden on February 1, 1774, actual settlement made in 1771…August 30, 1781

Page 173 – Robert Houston…100 ac…Preemption Warrant…adjoining the north ast end of his settlement…Beginning corner to James Berrys land…on Edmonsons patent line…May 11, 1782

Page 174 – William Beaty…254 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of Holstein River, adjoining Doctor Thomas Walkers Patent line on the northwest side of the knobs on the other side…Beginning on Walkers line & corner to John Reids survey…on the northwest side of the knobs…April 20, 1782 – William Beaty, assignee of John Bailey…350 ac…on a branch of the Fifteen Mile Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 17, 1781

Page 174 – Adam Hope…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the northwest side of Holstein River…Beginning on the southeast side of the knobs and on a branch called the Dry Run…on the bank of the Fifteen Mile Creek…corner with Samuel Montgomery…on William Duffs line…in a gap…on northeast side of the Fifteen Mile Creek in the gap…June 12, 1782 – Adam Hope, assignee of Robert Gamble, assignee of Elisha Wallen…400 ac…on the Fifteen Mile Creek…340 ac surveyed on January 28, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769…August 25, 1781

Page 174 – Gideon Feris…73 ac…on the north side of the south fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant, adjoining his settlement…Beginning on the north side of the river…May 28, 1782

Page 175 – Laurence Vanhook…296 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of Clinch River and on both sides of Dumps Creek, waters of the same…Beginning on the bank of Clinch River…in the edge of an old field…December 15, 1783 – Lawrence Vanhook & Thomas Vanhook, assignee of Francis Cooper, Benjamin Cooper & Archilaus Woods…400 ac…on Dum. Lyons Creeks, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 21, 1781

Page 175 – William Anderson…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head of the Glade Spring branch, waters of Powells River…November 14, 1783 – William Anderson, assignee of Samuel Bucher…400 ac…by settlement made in 1775…in Powells Valley on the river at a place called the Yellow Springs, includes improvements…August 14, 1781

Page 175 – William Anderson…300 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the head waters of the Glade Spring Branch, waters of Powells River…Beginning on the east side of branch…William Cars corner…corner to Andersons land by settlement…November 14, 1783

Page 176 – Joel Dryden…125 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Little Mockison Creek, waters of the north fork of Holston River…bounded on the north by Mockeson Ridge and on the south by Clinch Mountain…Beginning at the foot of the mountain, corner to Silas Enyarts land…on the south side of Mockeson Ridge…February 20, 1784 – Joel Dryden, heir of Nathaniel Dryden, decd…400 ac…on Little Mockeson Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 24, 1781

Page 176 – Silas Enyart…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of Clinch Mountain, on both sides of Little Mockison Creek, waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning at the foot of the mountain…corner to Joel Drydens land…February 21, 1784 – Silas Enyart, assignee of John Berry, 200 ac…on Little Mockison Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 30, 1781

Page 176 – Thomas Feris…100 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the south side of Copper Creek ridge on the waters of Little Mockison Creek, branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on the east side of a branch near the head…Warrant #10094…February 21, 1784

Page 177 – James Craig…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the Middle fork of Holstein River…Beginning adjoining Willie Kennadys land…with Sal. Hays line to William Kennedys land…October 20, 1782 – James Craig…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein, includes improvements…part of 480 ac surveyed on January 27, 1774, actual settlement made in 1770…August 30, 1781

Page 177 – William Duff…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Holstein River…Beginning by the knobs corner to Adam Hopes land…with Samuel Montgomery…corner to John Berry…on the bank of a spring branch running between two springs…in a sinkhole by Berrys Gap…January 16, 1782 – William Humphreys, assignee of William McGhee, assignee of Elisha Wallen…400 ac…on the waters of Holstein river…335 ac surveyed for William McGhee on January 27, 1774…actual settlement made in 1769…August 31, 1781 – Assigned to William Duff…

Page 177 – James Burgan…241 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Wallens Creek and a branch of Powells River adjoining William Richardsons Preemption…Beginning on the north side of the creek…corner to William Richardsons land…on the north side of Powells Mountain…on the north side of Wallens Creek…Warrant #7755…November 11, 1783

Page 178 – Arthur Campbell, assignee of James Parberry, assignee of John Rogers…420 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of Indian Creek, waters of Powells River, being part of the plus? of Fertility…Beginning on the north side of a dry branch, corner to Campbells land by certificate…corner to Col. Lynchs land…November 3, 1783

Page 178 – Arthur Campbell, assignee of James Parberry, assignee of James Rogers…266 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of Indian Creek, waters of Powells River…Beginning on the north side of a sink hole on Mordicia Howards corner…on the north side of the creek by the Kentucky Road…to the south side of the creek…on Campbells settlement tract…on the south side of the creek by the Kentucky Road…passing Adam Deans corner…November 4, 1783

Page 178 – Arthur Campbell, assignee of James Parberry, assignee of John Rogers…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Indian Creek, waters of Powells river and known by the name of the Plains of Fertility…Beginning on a line of col. Lynchs land…November 3, 1783 – John Rogers…400 ac…by settlement made in 1775…in Powells Valley on the south side of Indian Creek opposite Harrolds improvement…August 14, 1781 – Assigned to James Parberry on September 10, 1781. Signed: John Rogers – Assigned to Arthur Campbell by purchase on July 27, 1782. Signed: James Parberry. Witness: Walter Preston

Page 179 – Thomas Berry, Jr …134 ac…Preemption warrant…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein river and on the south end of his settlement…Beginning corner to Robert Houstons land…at the mouth of a spring branch and up the branch cutting the spring at the head between Samuel Huston & Thomas Berry, Jr…April 12, 1782

Page 179 – Jacob Wright…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the south fork of Holston River and adjoining to a spur of the Iron Mountain…May 7, 1782 – Jacob Right…400 ac…on the south side of the south fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…September 1, 1781

Page 179 – Jonathan Bishop…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the south fork of Holston River…Beginning corner of Isaac Andersons land…corner to Joseph Bishop…corner to Robert Campbell…on Sinclairs patent land…corner to John Campbell…on Sampson Coles line…July 7, 1782 – Jonathan Bishop, assignee of John Woolsey, assignee of William Ellis…150 ac…on the waters of the south fork of Holstein river, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 31, 1781

Page 180 – Samuel Meek…100 ac…Commissioner Certificate…on the waters of Fifteen Mile Creek…Beginning corner of John Reids land…corner on John McCollucks…on William Hallands land…November 12, 1782 – Samuel Meek, assignee of David Meek, assignee of James Dooly…100 ac…on the waters of Fifteen Mile Creek between Hallyards & Reids line, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…September 1, 1781

Page 180 – Thomas Berry, Jr …374 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the Fifteen Mile Creek…Beginning corner of Thomas Hills land…on the southeast side of a waggon road…in Berrys Gap…on the northwest side of the knobs…on Fifteen Mile Creek…below the head of a spring…by the waggon road…on the west end of the knobs…June 10, 1782 – Thomas Berry…400 ac…by settlement made in 1769…on the Fifteen Mile Creek the place where the said Berry now lives…August 10, 1781

Page 180 – George Wolsey…197 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Thomas Wolseys land…crossing a spring branch…with Richard Higgens line…with Joseph Coles land…May 28, 1782 – George Wolsey, assignee of Thomas Woolsey, assignee of rouse Potter…300 ac on a south branch of the Middle fork of Holstein…151 ac surveyed for Rouse Potter on June 11, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 31, 1781

Page 181 – Robert Campbell…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River between the lines of James Hays, William Garrison, John Ashbury & Clinch Mountain…Beginning at the foot of Clinch Mountain, corner to his preemption right…corner to William Garrisons land…at the foot of Morris’s knob…on Ashbury’s line…May 9, 1783 – Robert Campbell…400 ac…on Sinking Waters of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch known by the name of Pancake’s Bottom, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 29, 1781

Page 181 – Robert Campbell…320 ac…Preemption Warrant #1746, dated May 10, 1782…on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning at the foot of Clinch Mountain…corner to Hays land…on Garrisons survey…November 15, 1785

Page 181 – Patrick Kindrick…175 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning on the bank of the river…May 12, 1783 – Patrick Kindrick…300 ac…by settlement in 1773…on both sides of Clinch River, being the same he lives on…August 8, 1781

Page 182 – Patrick Kindrick…230 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of the west fork of Indian Creek, south branch of the Maiden Spring Fork of clinch River…Beginning on a spur of Clinch Mountain…corner to Daniel Smiths land…May 30, 1783

Page 182 – William Kindrick…340 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head of the east fork of Indian Creek, south branch of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River…Beginning on a spur of Clinch MOUNTAIN…in a valley…May 30, 1783 – William Kindrick, heir of James Kindrick, decd…400 ac…actual settlement made in 1773…at the head of the east fork of Indian Creek…August 8, 1781

Page 182 – Alexis Musick…100 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the north side of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning on the south side of a Stoney Mountain…Warrant #1973…April 21, 1783

Page 183 – Andrew Goff, assignee of Thomas Goff…172 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of the north fork of Holston…Beginning on a spur of the Poor Valley knobs…January 11, 1783

Page 183 – William Dorton…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Copper Creek, south branch of Clynch River…Beginning corner to the place he now lives on…on the north side of the onion knobb…May 9, 1782 – William Dorton, assignee of Phillip Lanob Chuothy…300 ac…on Copper Creek…116 ac surveyed for John Stanch on April 7, 1774…actual settlement made in 1773…August 31, 1781

Page 183 – William Dorton…232 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of Copper Creek, waters of Clynch River…Beginning on the north side of the onion knob…on John Blacks line…May 9, 1782 – William Dorton, assignee of James Bussh, assignee of John Ligliss…300 ac…on Copper Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 31, 1781

Page 184 – Elisha Faris, assignee of Richard Price…116 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Mockison Creek, branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on the north side of Rattres branch…May 3, 1782 -Richard Price, Assignee of Thomas Willson, assignee of Obadiah Ferrall…400 ac, on Mockison Creek, includes improvement, actual settlement made in 1781 – Assigned to Elisha Farris on April 26, 1782. Signed: Richard Price. Witness: James Vaughn, Isaac Farris

Page 184 – Abraham Newland…185 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holston…Beginning at the foot of the River Ridge on the south side of the river corner to John Frosts land…in the Poor Valley…on a spur of Clynch Mountain…April 10, 1782 – Abraham Newland…200 ac…on the north fork of Holston, includes improvements…175 ac surveyed on December 23, 1774, actual settlement made in 1773…August 20, 1781

Page 184 – John Frazer, assignee of William Frazer…155 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the north side of Clynch Mountain and on the south side of Mockison Creek…Beginning at the upper end of the Little Valley and about half a mile below Sterns improvement…at the foot of Clynch Mountain…May 3, 1782

Page 185 – Thomas Frost…37 ac…Treasury Warrant…assigned to him by Henry Graham…on the head of a Middle Fork of Smiths Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holston River known by the name of Logans Cane…Beginning cross the valley…December 5, 1782

Page 185 – Richard Moore, assignee of John Robinson…250 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Abrams Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to Thomas Brights land…corner to Thomas Sprouls land that he now lives on…December 16, 1782 – John Robinson…250 ac…includes improvements, in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holston…180 ac surveyed on December 3, 1774, actual settlement made in 1770…August 16, 1781

Page 185 – Walter Preston…300 ac…Treasury Warrant…in the Poor Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on the north side of the knobs…on the south side of Clynch Mountain…crossing the valley to the foot of the knobs…Warrant #11014…January 17, 1783

Page 186 – John Berman…80 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of the north fork of Holston…Beginning on the south side of a knob corner to the place he now lives on…January 20, 1783

Page 186 – John Bermum, assignee of John Smallman…154 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on Vincent Hobbs line…at the foot of the Poor Valley Knobs by a dry run…April 16, 1782

Page 186 – John Bermum, assignee of John Smallman…50 ac…treasury Warrant…in Poor Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning in the forks of a branch in the gap of the valley knobbs that is opposite his house…at the foot of Clynch Mountain…near the foot of the knobs…January 29, 1783

Page 186 – John Bernum…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holston…Beginning on the south side of the Poor Valley Knobs…on the south side of Stony Knob…April 16, 1782 – John Bermum…400 ac…on the north fork of Holston on both sides of the river, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769…August 31, 1781

Page 187 – Cornelius Carmack, assignee of William Hugh…370 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich valley on the waters of Abrahams Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on a spur of Walkers Mountain…by a path..in a gap of Walkers Mountain – June 6, 1783 – William Hughes, assignee of Benjamin Maiden…400 ac…on the waters of the north fork…90 ac surveyed for Benjamin Maiden on January 24, 1774, includes improvements…actual settlement made in 1772…September 1, 1781 – Assigned to Cornelius Carmack by purchase on March 15, 1783. Signed: William Hughs. Witness: Robert Preston

Page 187 – Capt. William Cowan, assignee of David Gist…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in Cassells Woods on the waters of Clinch River…Beginning corner to John Cowans land…near the head of Sinking Creek…above John Cowans land…November 13, 1783 – David Gist…400 ac by settlement made in 1779…on Cassells Woods on Clinch including a large sinking spring adjoining Samuel Cowens land…August 8, 1781 – Assigned to William Cowan by purchase on May 4, 1783. Signed: David Gist. Witness: Walter Preston

Page 188 – Fredrick Frylie…240 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clinch River and on the west side of Cassells Run…Beginning in a field by a sinkhole corner to other tract of Frylie…by a path corner to John Smith…corner to John Smith & Edmond Smiths land…April 7, 1783 – Fredrick Frylie, assignee of Matthew Mountz, assignee of John Smith…336 ac in Cassells Woods survey…213 ac surveyed for Matthew Mountz on April 5, 1774…actual settlement made in 1770…August 23, 1781

Page 188 – Fredrick Fraylie…334 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clinch River and on the west side of Cassells Run…Beginning near the mouth of said run…April 5, 1783 – Fredrick Fraylie, assignee of Joseph Moor…334 ac in Cassells Woods on Clinch River surveyed for Joseph Moor on April 5, 1774, actual settlement made in 1769…August 23, 1781

Page 189 – James Rogers…390 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of Indian Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning in a bent of the creek about 40 poles below the Kentucky Road…November 3, 1783 – James Rogers…400 ac by settlement made in 1775…in Powells Valley on a small creek running into the north side of Indian Creek…August 14, 1781

Page 189 – James Wharton…218 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Clinch River in Cassells Woods about one mile below Moors Fort…Beginning corner to Thomas Ozborns land…corner to Fraylies land…April 7, 1783 – James Wharton…218 ac…by settlement made in 1773…August 14, 1781

Page 190 – John Smith…224 ac…on the waters of clinch River in Cassells Woods…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to Fredrick Fraylies land…April 7, 1783 – John Smith…224 ac on the north side of copper Creek Ridge joining Joseph & William Moors land surveyed on April 15, 1774…actual settlement made in 1769…August 21, 1781

Page 190 – John Smith…215 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Clinch River and between the place he now lives on and Copper Creek Ridge… Beginning at the foot of Copper Creek Ridge…corner to Frylies land…corner to the land he now lives on…on a spur of Copper Creek Ridge…April 7, 1783 – John Smith, assignee of William Hays, assignee of John Boles, assignee of Robert Boles…262 ac…surveyed April 5, 1774, actual settlement made in 1772…August 21, 1781

Page 190 – Henry Spahr, assignee of Samuel Haneley…72 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Cove Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holstein River on the north side of the Millstone Branch…Beginning in the narrows…December 28, 1782

Page 191 – Jacob Mungle…96 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on the north side of the river…below a path by a branch…April 20, 1782 – Jacob Mungle…100 ac on the north for of Holston on both sides of the river…88 ac surveyed December 23, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 25, 1781

Page 191 – George Price…223 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Copper Creek, branch of Clynch River…Beginning above Amos Branch…May 7, 1782 – George Price, assignee of William Cowan…400 ac…settlement made in 1774 on Copper Creek known by the name of Bryants Upper Camp…August 9, 1781

Page 191 – Samuel Porter…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of Copper Creek Ridge on the waters of Mill Creek, south branch of Clynch River…Beginning corner to Capt. Russells land…near a path…on James Alvins line…corner to David Cowans land…near the Kentucky Road…by a path…corner to William Robinsons land…along Copper Creek Ridge…March 14, 1783 – Samuel Porter, assignee of James Hall…400 ac…by settlement in 1772…on Clynch and adjoining Thomas Alleys land…August 8, 1781

Page 192 – Charles Killgore…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the east side of falling Creek, south branch of Clynch River…Beginning by a path…March 26, 1783 – Charles Killgore, assignee of James Nall…200 ac…on the east side of Falling Creek, surveyed for Charles Killgore on April 1,1774…actual settlement made in 1773…August 14, 1781

Page 192 – James Bussh, assignee of Henry Dickeyson…100 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the south side of Clynch River and known by the name of Russans place…Beginning corner to Henry Dickersons land…Warrant #8471, dated April 5, 1782…March 16, 1783

Page 192 – John Dickerson…286 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of Clynch River…Beginning on the bank of Clynch River below Gists Ford…corner to Henry Dickerson…on John Barsdales line…by a path…March 15, 1783 – John Dickerson, heir of Humphrey Dickerson, assignee of Joseph Blackamore, assignee of Nathaniel Gist…310 ac on the north side of Clynch River in Cassels Woods, includes improvements…surveyed on May 28, 1774, actual settlement made in 1769…August 23, 1781

Page 193 – Alexander Ritchie…360 ac…commissioners certificate…on the south side of Clinch River on both sides of Ritchies Creek…Beginning in the river…in a gap of the river ridge…November 17, 1782 – Alexander Ritchie…400 ac…on the south side of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1777…August 21, 1782

Page 193 – John Kindrick…600 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the north fork of Holston…Beginning corner to Vincent Hobbs land…corner to his settlement right…January 12, 1783

Page 193 – John Kindrick…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on a spur of Clinch Mountain… corner to Peter Livingstons land…joining his Preemption…crossing the Poor Valley Knobs…January 12, 1783 – John Kindrick, assignee of William Williams, assignee of Vincent Hobbs…400 ac…by settlement made in 1772…280 ac surveyed on December 21, 1774…on the north fork of Holstein River…August 13, 1781

Page 194 – Thomas Bright…150 ac…Preemption Warrant…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning at the foot of Walkers Mountain…October 16, 1782

Page 194 – Thomas Bright…315 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on John Thomas lower line…in a gap of Walkers Mountain…October 16, 1782 – Thomas Bright…400 ac…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork…96 ac surveyed on February 16, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 16, 1781

Page 194 – William Nash…465 ac…Preemption Warrant…in the Rye Cove on the waters of Clinch River…Beginning corner to his settlement right…November 23, 1782

Page 195 – James Willson, assignee of Robert Rankin…255 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Powells River where the old Kentucky Road crosses…Beginning on the north side of Wallens Ridge…corner to Cocks & Charstmans land…December 3, 1783

Page 195 – Alexander Ewing…294 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the south side of Powells River and on both sides of the Hunters Path…Beginning on the north side of the Rockey Ridge…corner to Lysles land…corner to a tract of Ewings land…December 15, 1783

Page 195 – Alexander Ewing, assignee of Charles Cocke…360 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the south side of Powells River and on the southwest side of Wallens Creek…Beginning corner to Ewings tract…passing Campbells corner…on the west side of Wallens Creek…December 5, 1783

Page 195 – Joseph Bucher, assignee of William Howard…86 ac…on the north side of Powells River below the mouth of the north fork…Treasury Warrant…Beginning to the lower point of an Island at the mouth of the north fork…Warrant #9820…November 12, 1783

Page 196 – Jacob Burgan…230 ac…Treasury Warrant…100 ac assigned to him by Charles Kilgore and the remainder by Isaac Burgan…on the head of Shavers Creek in Powells Valley…Beginning opposite a spring…December 17, 1783

Page 196 – James Campbell…440 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the north fork of Powells River…Beginning on the west bank of the river corner to William Deans & Hugh Campbells land…at the foot of Comberland Mountain…October 29, 1783

Page 196 – Col. Arthur Campbell…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…assigned to him by Charles Cox on both sides of Powells River at the mouth of Wallens Creek…Beginning on the west side of a Ceder Ridge…November 14, 1783 – Charles Cock, assignee of John Francis & henry Francis, assignee of Richard Staunton…400 ac…by settlement made in 1775 at the mouth of Wallens Creek, includes improvements…August 14, 1781 – Assigned to Col. Arthur Campbell by purchase on October 12, 1783. Signed: Charles Cocke. Witness: Walter Preston

Page 197 – Anthony Linder…386 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Isaac Newlands land…on a spur of Clynch Mountain…on a spur of the River knobs…April 19, 1782 – Anthony Linder, assignee of Daniel Linder & Isaac Newland…400 ac…on the north fork of Holston…150 ac. surveyed for Daniel Linder on December 23, 1774…125 ac surveyed for Isaac Newland on December 23, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769…August 25, 1781

Page 197 – Frederick Gobble…100 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning at the foot of a Laurel Knob…by a path…at the foot of a spur of Clynch Mountain…April 19, 1782 – Frederick Gobble…100 ac…on the north fork of Holston…32 ac surveyed on December 23, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 25, 1781

Page 198 – Amos Ellord…170 ac…Treasury Warrant assigned to him by William Bowin, assigned to him by Martin Dunkin…on the waters of Copper Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on a spur of the Creek knobs…Warrant #1244…May 8, 1782

Page 198 – John Frost…145 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning on the south side of the river at the foot of the river ridge…in the Poor Valley…corner to Abram Newlands land…April 18, 1782 – John Frost, assignee of William Cock, assignee of Henry Sparr…200 ac…on the north fork of Holston River and on east side…165 ac surveyed for William Cock on December 23, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769…August 29, 1781

Page 198 – David Cain…100 ac…Treasury Warrant…assigned to him by William Tate & #9480…on both sides of Mockison Creek, north branch of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to Alexander Montgomerys land he now lives on…on a spur of Clinch Mountain…on the bank of the creek corner to Robert Tates land…January 25, 1783

Page 199 – Benjamin Nicholson…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Clynch River…Beginning on the north bank of the river at the mouth of a branch…corner to Rawly Dunkins land that he now lives on…on the west side of Bustards Run near the bank of the river…November 20, 1782 – Benjamin Nicholson…300 ac by settlement made in 1774…on both sides of Clynch River adjoining Alexander Richie & Martin Dunkin…August 8, 1781

Page 199 – Henry Hamlin…325 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Clynch River and on both sides of Mill Creek in Castles Woods…Beginning corner to William Harroldsons land…on Osburns line…at the mouth of a branch…November 12, 1782 – Henry Hamblin, assignee of Abraham Cooper, assignee of Michael Kirkham, assignee of Frederick Fryly, assignee of John Lynch…400 ac in Castles Woods on both sides of the Mill Creek on the south side of Clynch…216 ac surveyed on March 21, 1774 for Frederick Fryly, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769…August 23, 1781

Page 200 – Thomas Smith…200 ac…Commissioner Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holston River…Beginning above a spring on the north side of a knobb and on the south side of the river…on Peter Livingstons line…on the Poor Valley Knobs…April 9, 1782 – Thomas Smith, assignee of John Severe…265 ac by settlement made in 1772…on the north fork of Holston River adjoining William Williams on the upper and north side and James Bartlett on the lower and south side, surveyed on December 20, 1774…August 13, 1781

Page 200 – George Goble…100 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holston River…April 20, 1782 – Daniel Mungle…100 ac…on the north fork of Holston on both sides of the river…90 ac surveyed on December 24, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 177_…August 25, 1781 – Assigned to George Goble by purchase on January 3, 1782. Signed: Daniel Mungle, Witness: Isaac Newland

Page 201 – Robert & Moses Higgenbotham…145 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of McAdams Creek, north branch of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River…Beginning on the north side of the creek…crossing the Mill Pond…over a Salt Peter Cave…through the Barrens…May 3, 1783 – James & Robert Higgenbotham, assignees of George Asberry…300 ac…on the south side of McAdams Creek, waters of Clinch, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 18, 1781

Page 201 – George Clavenger, assignee of Joseph Meredith…88 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the north side of the upper north fork of Clinch…Warrant #13193…May 1, 1783

Page 201 – David Crouch, assignee of James Roark…130 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Baptist Valley on the waters of the upper north fork of Clinch River, on the waters of Sandy…Beginning corner to William Patterson in a gap of Sandy Ridge…on Hankins line…April 30, 1783 – James Roark, assignee of John Pearie…150 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Clinch and on the north side, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 15, 1781 – Assigned to David Crouch by purchase on April 30, 1783

Page 202 – John Hankins, assignee of Aaron Skeggs…130 ac…Preemption Warrant…in the Baptist Valley joining the place he now lives on…Beginning in a gap of Sandry Ridge corner to said place…Warrant #1765…April 29, 1783

Page 202 – John Hankins…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in the Baptist Valley the place he now lives on…Beginning on the south side of Sandy Ridge…corner to James Roarks land…in a gap of the Sandy Ridge…April29, 1783 -John Hankins, assignee of James Skeggs…186 ac…adjoining Major Thomas Martin on Clinch surveyed for Hankins on April 27, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 15, 1781

Page 202 – Joseph Jonston, assignee of John Hankins…120 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of Indian Creek, north branch of the upper north fork of Clinch River…Beginning on the west side of Cants Ridge…April 25, 1783

Page 203 – Abraham Hayter…400 ac…in the Poor Valley on both sides of the Valley Creek & Wolf Creek on the south side of Clinch Mountain…Commissioners Certificate…granted to David Kincade and assigned to Hayter…Beginning on a spur of Clinch Mountain…on the bank of the Valley Creek…on the foot of the Piney Mountain…December 10, 1782 – David Kincade, assignee of James Logan…400 ac in the Poor Valley, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 31, 1781 – Assigned to Abraham Hayter by purchase on December 1, 1782. Signed: David Kincade, Witness: Robert Preston

Page 203 – Thomas Montgomery…200 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning adjoining Andrew Russells land…November 16, 1782

Page 204 – Thomas Montgomery…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning adjoining Andrew Russells land…corner to John Hendersons land…cutting a spring between Montgomery & Henderson…on the south side of the spring branch…near the Middle Fork…November 16, 1782 – Thomas Montgomery, assignee of Castleton Brooks…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein on the south side…Beginning by a path leading from Hendersons to David Carsons east of the path…on the head of the spring…to McCormacks path on a ridge south of the Middle Fork…bounded by John Creely beginning on the great road at a place known by the name of the Mile Stump from David Carsons…line between Andrew Russell & John Creely…to the ridge known by the name of Carsons & Creelys Ridge…to Colin Creelys line…actual settlement made in 1771…August 29, 1781

Page 204 – Henry McMullan, assignee of Thomas Montgomery…200 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the east fork of Bever Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning on the south side of a ridge corner to William McMillians land…December 4, 1782

Page 205 – Samuel Edmondson…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Samuel Steels land…with John Scots line…corner to William Edmondson…leaving Col. Edmondsons line…January 29, 1783 – Samuel Edmondson…400 ac…on the middle fork of Holstein, includes improvements…200 ac surveyed by Military Warrant on March 14, 1774, actual settlement made in 1771…August 23, 1781

Page 205 – William Long…389 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to David Snodgrass’s land…on Samuel Buchanans line…corner to John Rogers line…corner to Samuel Edmondsons line…December 18, 1782 – William Long, assignee of Nicholas Brabston, assignee of James Kincannon, assignee of Jonas Smith…400 ac…on the Middle Fork of Holstein on the south side, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…September 1, 1781

Page 206 – Samuel Davies…100 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head of the east fork of Beaver Creek, branch of Holstein River…December 9, 1782 – Samuel Davies…100 ac on the waters of Beaver Creek joining the Widow Curry, actual settlement made in 1773…August 16, 1781

Page 206 – Samuel Davies…60 ac…Treasury Warrant…assigned to him by James Davies, assignee of Thomas Snody…on the east branch of Bever Creek, branch of Holstein River adjoining his settlement right on the east end…May 27, 1784

Page 206 – Jonathan Dean…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of the south fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to Thomas Woolseys land and down the south fork…corner to Hugh & Joseph Coles land…with Sampson Coles land…June 6, 1782 – Jonathan Dean…200 ac…on the north side of the south fork of Holstein River…60 ac surveyed on June 11, 1774, actual settlement made in 1773…August 31, 1781

Page 207 – Thomas Edmonson, Sr …358 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the south fork of Holstein River and on the north side of the same…Beginning corner to Thomas Edmonson, Jr…on John Kellys line…on James Robinsons land…on Moses Edmonsons line…January 1, 1783 – Thomas Edmonson… 400 ac…on the long branch running into the south fork of Holstin bounded by William Edmonson & John Edmonson, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 17, 1781

Page 207 – John Edmonson, Jr., heir to Andrew Edmonson, decd…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to John Edmonson, Sr. & John Edmonson, Jr. lines…on the north side of an Island corner to Robert Edmonston & John Edmonstons land…January 27, 1783 – John Edmonson, heir to Andrew Edmonson, decd…150 ac on the north side of the south fork, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 23, 1781

Page 208 – James McCutchion…300 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the Fifteen Mile Creek…Beginning corner to Francis Berrys land…by the knobs…corner to John Reids land…corner to Reids & Henrys land…corner to Samuel Henry…April 6, 1782

Page 208 – Andrew Smathers…209 ac…Certificate granted to Hugh Johnston…on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River joining Col. William Campbells patent line…Beginning corner to Richard Brindle & Smathers…corner to John Ekip? land…on Col. William Campbells land…on Richard Higgins line…on George Woolseys line…November 25, 1782 – Hugh Johnston, assignee of Justice Reynolds, assignee of Richard Higgins…300 ac on a south branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…173 ac surveyed for Reynolds on June 5, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 27, 1781 – Assigned to Andrew Smothers. Signed: Hugh Johnston. Witness: James Bradshaw

Page 209 – Robert Houston…154 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the south side of the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning near a spur of the South Mountain…November 27, 1783

Page 209 – Sampson Cole…269 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner of Sampson Cole & John Campbells land…on Jonathan Deans land…corner to Thomas Woolsey…November 28, 1782 – Sampson Cole, assignee of Joseph Cole, Jr., assignee of William Ellis, assignee of Patrick McKinney…400 ac…on the waters of the south fork of Holston…221 ac surveyed for Joseph Cole, Jr. on March 10, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…September 8, 1781

Page 209 – Col. Joseph Martin…176 ac…in Powells Valley on Martins Creek…State Warrant…Beginning on the north side of the Creek…November 6,1783

Page 210 – John Bowles…237 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the north side of the river corner to Samuel Robertsons land…corner to Adam Minows land…March 12, 1784 – John Bowles, assignee of Francis Kinkinnon…400 ac…on both sides of the south fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 30, 1781

Page 210 – James Price…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Wallens Creek, branch of Powells River…Beginning on the north side of the mountain to the south side…November 11, 1783 – James Price…400 ac…on Wallens Creek, Powells Valley, settlement made in 1776…August 14, 1781

Page 210 – Col. Arthur Campbell…80 ac…Treasury Warrant…Beginning in a line called Goodwood on his Mill Creek…to the knobs…March 30, 1784

Page 211 – John Kelly…290 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Patrick Watsons land…corner to Samuel Kithcarts land…on Woolseys land…March 13, 1783 – John Kelly…300 ac on the Middle Fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, 190 ac surveyed on January 13, 1774…actual settlement made in 1773…August 23, 1781

Page 211 – James Huston, Legatee of James Huston…223 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning at the gap of the knobs on the north side…on Robert Ferrals line…December 24, 1782 – James Houston, son of Robert Houston, Legatee of James Houston…400 ac on both sides of the south fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…September 2, 1781

Page 212 – David Carson…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River and on the south side of said fork…Beginning corner with Collin Crellys land…on Thomas Montgomerys line…on Samuel Buchanans patent line…to Robert Buchanans land…March 29, 1783 – David Carson, assignee of John Campbell…400 ac…on a branch of the Middle Fork waters, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 24, 1781

Page 212 – Samuel Steel…360 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to John Scotts land & Samuel Edmonsons land…on James Snodgrass lane…June 30, 1783 – Samuel Steel, assignee of Samuel Edmonstone, assignee of John Foster, assignee of John Robinson…400 ac on the north side of the Middle Fork, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 23, 1781

Page 213 – Francis Kinkinnon…328 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on Scotts corner to Joseph Snodgrass line…near the top of the ridge, Lewis’s corner…on Dysarts old patent line…on Matthew Kinkinnons corner…December 27, 1783 – Francis Kinkinnon…400 ac…whereon he now lives, surveyed for him on January 19, 1774…actual settlement made in 1769…August 10, 1781

Page 213 – James Crabtree, Jr …200 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on a line of Richard Fields survey…May 4, 1782 – James Crabtree, Jr., assignee of Isaac Crabtree…100 ac…on Cedar Creek on the waters of the north fork of Holstein…50 ac surveyed for Isaac on May 7, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 17, 1781

Page 214 – William Richardson, assignee of Jacob Lewis…680 ac…Preemption Warrant…on each side of Wallins Creek, branch of Powells River…Beginning on the north side of Powells Mountain adjoining Thomas Johnstons settlement…to a line between Richardson & Johnston then down Wallings Ridge…Warrant #2240…November 10, 1783

Page 214 – Joseph Cole…95 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the south side of the south fork of Holstein River and in a valley leading to the South Mountain…Beginning corner to David Phillips land…April 20, 1782

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 215 – Zachariah Cole & Nathaniel McClure…382 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Adam Serbroughs land…on Israels Coles land…on St. Cairs patent line…March 11, 1783 – Lankins Cole & Nathan McClure, assignee of Alexander McClure…400 ac…on the waters of the south fork of Holstein River, joining St. Clairs patent line, includes improvements, 400 ac being part of 570 ac surveyed for Alexander McClure on May 17, 1775…actual settlement made in 1773…August 28, 1781

Page 215 – Isaac Crisman…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in Powells Valley and on the north side of Wallins Ridge…Beginning on the south side of the creek…by a path…February 18, 1783 – Isaac Crisman, heir of Isaac Crisman, decd…400 ac…by settlement made in 1775…in Powells Valley known by the name of Rock Spring Station, includes improvements…August 14, 1781

Page 215 – Robert Montgomery…Treasury Warrant…80 ac…adjoining the land he now lives on, on a branch of the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Robert Edmonsons land…between Montgomery & Musoner…Warrant #8187, dated February 2, 1782…December 23, 1782

Page 216 – Isaac Crisman…655 ac…Preemption Warrant…Beginning on the south side of a branch of Powells River…on the north side of Wallens Ridge…Warrant #1926, dated December 18, 1781…February 17, 1783

Page 216 – Samuel Robertson…Treasury Warrant…200 ac…on both sides of the south fork of Holston River…Beginning on the south side of the river…corner to Thomas Edmonson, Jr…corner to John Bowles land…January 2, 1783

Page 216 – James Trumble…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to Andrew Russells land…April 4, 1783 – James Trumble…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holston River on the south side, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 30, 1781

Page 217 – Patrick Campbell…652 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the north side of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning corner with Col. Campbell at the head of a spring…with David Campbells patent land…May 6, 1782

Page 217 – Samuel Meek…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the Eleven Mile Creek…Beginning with Johnathan Langdens land…November 11, 1782

Page 217 – Moses Ashbrook…269 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the south fork of Holston River…

Page 218 – William Bradshaw…92 ac…Treasury Warrant…on a branch of the south fork and on the north side of said fork…Beginning corner to Robert Montgomerys land…to Thomas Edmonsons land…Warrant #8136, dated February 2, 1782…November 27, 1783

Page 218 – David Lowry…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to John Lawrys (Lowries) land…March 24, 1784 – David Lowry…400 ac…on the Middle Fork of Holston River, settlement made in 1773…September 1, 1781…

Page 218 – Francis Whitney, assignee of Frathias Mall…132 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the south fork of Holston River…Beginning on Mill Creek…April 26, 1782 – Matthias Wall, assignee of Thomas McNeil, assignee of John Gross…150 ac…on Mill Creek, branch of the south fork of Holston River, surveyed for Thomas McNeil on December 28, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 31, 1781 – Assigned to Francis Whitney on September 30, 1783. Signed: Frathias Wall

Page 219 – John Crilly…350 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Andrew Russell…line of James Berrys land…to William Edmonsons land…north side of a branch…to Collin Crillys land…on Thomas Montgomerys land…crossing a spring branch…March 29, 1783 – John Creely, assignee of Samuel Belt…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River on the south side, adjoining Thomas Montgomery, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 29, 1781

Page 219 – Colin Crilly…192 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the Middle and South Forks of Holstein River…Beginning corner to William Edmondsons, Sr. land…on Moses Buchanans land…on Robert Buchanans land…to David Carsons land…corner to Thomas Montgomerys land…to John Crillys land…March 29, 1783

Page 219 – Colin Crilly, assignee of James Harris, assignee of Samuel McChesney, assignee of William McCutchion…300 ac…on the waters of the Middle & South Forks of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 30, 1781

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 220 – Alexander McNutt…850 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the south east side of the south fork of Holston River joining his settlement…Beginning under a spur of the Iron Mountain…on the northeast side of Moses Creek…on Wallins Path…May 7, 1782

Page 220 – Col. Aaron Lewis…270 ac…Treasury Warrant…in Powells Valley and on the south side of Elk Knobs…Beginning corner to Joseph Mortons land and on Isaac Crismans line…on the south side of Elk Knob…February 18, 1783

Page 221 – Patrick Denny…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head of a branch of Thompsons Creek, waters of Clynch River…Beginning on Patrick Dowells corner…April 28, 1784

Page 221 – 170 ac…Treasury Warrant…1/2 of the same being for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr as tenants in common and not as joynt tenants known by the name of the Valley Meadows…on both sides of Vicars Creek, waters of Clynch River…Beginning on John Thompsons corner…on Will Thompsons corner…by a branch on Robert Vicars corner…on John Jacksons corner…by a path…May 6, 1784

Page 222 – Aaron Lewis…300 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the head of the Glade Spring branch, waters of Powells River…Beginning corner to Will Andersons Settlement…November 14, 1783

Page 222 – William Anderson…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Glade Spring branch, waters of Powells River…Beginning on the east side of a branch…on William Carrs corner…November 14, 1783

Page 222 – John Short…117 ac…Treasury Warrant #12954…on both sides of Clynch River…December 17, 1783

Page 223 – William Lee…90 ac…treasury Warrant…on both sides of the south fork of Cedar Creek, branch of Clynch River…Beginning on Alexander McClenahans & William Harrisons corner…on the side of Clynch Mountain…on James Donnelsons line…April 4, 1784

Page 223 – 184 ac…Treasury Warrant…1/2 of the same for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr, as tenants in common respectively and not as joint tenants…on the head of Cardins branch, waters of Clynch River and known by the name of Cardinia…May 3, 1784

Page 223 – Patrick Denny, assignee of John Donnell…60 ac…Treasury Warrant #17142, dated June 14, 1783…on the head of a branch of Thompsons Creek, waters of Clynch River, known by the name of Nancilia…April 28, 1784

page 224 – Patrick Campbell…175 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River and bounded on the patent land…Beginning on the south side of the river, corner between Col. Arthur Campbell & Patrick Campbell…corner to William Lockhearts land…May 6, 1782 – Patrick Campbell…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…September 1, 1781

Page 224 – James Craig…398 ac…Commissioners Certificate…adjoining the Wolf Hill tract…Beginning corner to the patent land…south side of the knobs…November 11, 1784 – James Craig…400 ac…on the waters of Holstein joining the Woolf Hill tract, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…September 1, 1781

Page 225 – Andrew Russell…315 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to Thomas Montgomerys land…corner to John Crillys land…with James Trimbles land…corner to James Berry & Trimble…in a valley with James Trimble…April 4, 1783 – Andrew Russell…400 ac…on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1777…August 30, 1781

Page 225 – Christopher Huston…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the south fork of Holston River…Beginning near the head of a spring…on Gideon Faris line…corner to James Keys land…corner to Samuel Weirs land…corner to Robert Ramseys land…March 17, 1782

Page 225 – Christopher Houston…400 ac…on both sides of the south fork of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…September 2, 1781

Page 226 – Adam Sorborough…150 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning on St. Clairs patent line, corner to Nathaniel McClures land…corner to Samuel Houston – Adam Cerberer…150 ac…on the south fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 30, 1781

Page 226 – Edward McGinnis…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Holston River…Beginning on the southeast side of the river joining William Lewis land…June 2, 1782 – Edward McGinnis…400 ac…on the south fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1777…August 31, 1781

Page 227 – Col. Charles Lynch & Robert Saunders…766 ac…Preemption Warrant…in Powells Valley and on Indian Creek…Beginning on a spur of Cumberland Mountain…crossing Indian Creek…November 3, 1783

Page 227 – Abraham Lefever, assignee of John Barr…200 ac…State Warrant #10941…on a branch of the south fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to Adam Monrowie…corner to John Bowles land…on Robert Reaghs survey…May 5, 1784

Page 227 – John Lowry…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning on the north side of the river, corner to David Lowries land…corner to Alexander Moores land…on the north side of the fork…March 24, 1784 – John Lowrie…400 ac…on the Middle Fork of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…September 1, 1781

Page 228 – John Greenway…341 ac…Commissioners Certificate…between the Middle & South Fork of Holston River…Beginning at the mouth of the spring branch, corner to Thomas Berrys Jr. land…down the side of the know…at the end of the knobs…March 25, 1784 – Samuel Houston…400 ac…in the fork of fork of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 21, 1781 – Samuel Houston assigned to John Greenway by purchase on August 7, 1782. Signed: Samuel Houston. Witness: John Campbell

Page 228 – Adam Morrow…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…between the Middle Fork & South Fork of Holston River…Beginning at the head of a spring corner to Samuel Kithcarts land…in a valley…on Samuel Robertsons land…on Bowles line…March 12, 1784 – Adam Morrow, assignee of Joseph Posey, assignee of John Kelley, assignee of Robert Kickham…400 ac…on the waters of the south fork of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 29, 1781

Page 229 – John Scott…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of Little Holston and on the north side of the Middle Fork…Beginning corner to Francis Kinkinnons land…corner to Joseph Snodgrass & Kinkinnon…corner to Samuel Edmonsons land…January 29, 1783 – John Scott, assignee of Joseph Snodgrass, assignee of Barney Anderson…400 ac…adjoining Francis Kinkinnons land, Joseph Snodgrass, William Edmonson & James Thompson, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 20, 1781

Page 229 – James Robinson…180 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to patrick Watsons land…crossing the branch at the mouth…on Col. William Edmonsons line…on Moses Edmonsons line…March 14, 1783 – James Robinson, assignee of William Edmondson…300 ac…on the south side of the Middle Fork bounded by Major Edmonson, Thomas Edmonson, Patrick Watson, & Moses Edmonson…actual settlement made in 1776…August 17, 1781

Page 230 – William Halliard…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the 15 Mile Creek…Beginning corner to Samuel Meeks land…on the southeast side of the knobs…November 11, 1782 – William Halliard…200 ac…on the waters of the 15 Mile Creek and bounded by a line established between Halliard & David and Samuel Meek…actual settlement made in 1772…September 1, 1781

Page 230 – James Gillilan…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the Middle & South Fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner between Adam Kerr and Gillilans land…at the Middle Fork…on the bank of the South Fork…June 1, 1782 – James Gillilan, assignee of Adam Carr, assignee of John Patterson…200 ac…on the north side of Holston River adjoining the forks of the river the place where he now lives…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 16, 1781

Page 231 – Arthur Neil…347 ac…on both sides of the North Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning line of Tolbots land…on the west side of Lees Creek…November 5, 1783 – Arthur Niel…400 ac…on the north fork of Holston River…44 ac, surveyed for Neil on May 26, 1774, actual settlement made in 1771…August 29, 1781

Page 231 – Tobias Smith…146 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on a line of the settlement tract…corner to James Glynn survey…in a valley…April 10, 1784

Page 231 – Adam Lash…109 ac…on the south side of Clynch Mountain…Treasury Warrant #9806, dated December 11, 1781…December 14, 1782

Page 232 – Tobias Smith…200 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on Jonas Smiths line…October 30, 1783 – Tobias Smith , assignee of George Clark, assignee of Benjamin Maiden…200 ac on the waters of the north fork of Holston River on the south side of Walkers MOuntain adjoining James Glynn below, Jonas Smith above…90 ac surveyed for Benjamin Maiden on January 14, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 15, 1781

Page 232 – John Anderson…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning by the Valley road corner to Joseph McFarlanes survey…August 15, 1782

Page 233 – David Beatie…58 ac…on both sides of the Middle Fork of Holston River adjoining his patent tract…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to McKinnys land…corner to Joshua McCormicks land…on the south bank of the river…April 19, 1782

Page 233 – Joseph Bishop…343 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of the south fork of Holston River…Beginning on Isaac Andersons land…corner to Robert Campbell…on Jonathan Bishops land…on Daniel Remys land…July 7, 1782 – Joseph Bishop…351 ac…on the waters of the south fork of Holston River surveyed March 12, 1774…actual settlement made in 1773…August 31, 1781

Page 234 – 546 ac…Treasury Warrant…1/2 of the same for John Donnald and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr as tenants in common and not as joynt tenants…on the waters of Clynch River and known by the name of Jacksons Dispute…Beginning corner to Patrick Denny…corner to Patrick Dowell…May 1, 1784

Page 234 – 826 ac…Treasury Warrant…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr as tenants in common and not as joynt tenants…on both sides of Clynch River and known by the name of Billeys Park…Beginningcorner to patrick Denny…

Page 235 – Robert Houston…232 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the south fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to James Campbell…December 27, 1782 – Robert Houston, assignee of John Lowry, assignee of Josias Haskins…400 ac…on the south fork of the south fork of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…September 2, 1781

Page 235 – Samuel Kithcart…192 ac…Commissioners Certificate…between the Middle and South Fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to James Dorin, Zephaniah Woolsey and Kithcart…corner to John Kelly & Woolsey…on Thomas Edmonson, Jr. line…on Adam Morrows land…corner to James Dozier & Kithcarts land…January 4, 1782

Page 235 – Daniel Oldhannas…326 ac…Treasury Warrant of 1000 ac belonging to Robert Houston and assigned to Oldhannas…on the waters of Holston River…Beginning corner to Samuel Wiers line…on James Keys line…Warrant #1980, dated December 20, 1781…December 28, 1782

Page 236 – John Campbell…266 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning line of William Lockhart…March 30, 1784 – John Campbell…400 ac…on both sides of the Middle Fork of Holstein River, 146 ac surveyed on February 8, 1775, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…September 1, 1781

Page 236 – Joseph Redshaw…177 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning corner to Samuel Edmonstons land and with John Rogers line…on the top of a baled knob…corner to William Long & Samuel Buchanan…line of John Edmonsons, Jr…by a spring branch…December 18, 1783 – Joseph Redshaw, assignee of William Long, assignee of Zachariah Carwyles…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…September 1, 1781

Page 236 – Robert Montgomery…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the South Fork of Holston River and on the north side of said river…Beginning corner on John Greenways land…on Robert Edmonsons land…between Montgomery & Musvner…December 23, 1782 – Robert Montgomery, assignee of John Montgomery…300 ac on the forks of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769…August 25, 1781

Page 237 – Henry Bowen…314 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning in a valley at the end of a high ridge…on the bank of the south fork…November 27, 1782 – Henry Bowen…400 ac…on the south fork of Holstein, includes improvements, part of a 426 ac surveyed March 9, 1774, actual settlement made in 1770…August 28, 1781

Page 237 – Robert Houston…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…between the Middle & South Forks of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Mary Berrys land …corner to james Berry & Mary Berry…May 11, 1782 – Robert Houston…400 ac on the waters of the south fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…September 2, 1781

Page 238 – Patrick Watson…320 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of Holstein River…Beginning corner to John Kellys land…corner to James Robertsons land…March 14, 1783 – Patrick Watson, assignee of John Boyd…400 ac on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River joining John Kelly, includes improvement whereon he now lives, actual settlement of John Boyd made in 1772…August 16, 1781

Page 238 – Col. William Edmonson…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the north side of the river…on Samuel Edmonsons line…January 28, 1783 – William Edmonson, assignee of Samuel Wilson, assignee of Joshua Horton…400 ac…on both sides of the Middle Fork of Holstein River adjoining Samuel Edmonsons below and John Scott, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769…August 21, 1781

Page 239 – Robert Ferrell & Billingsly Gibson…382 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of Holstein River…December 20, 1782 – Robert Ferrel & Billingsly Gibson, assignee of James Gillilan, assignee of Nisy Huskins…400 ac…on the waters of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…September 1, 1781

Page 239 – John Patterson…372 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Joseph Coles land…corner to james Wheelers land…April 22, 1782 – John Patterson, assignee of Joseph & Lankins Cole, assignee of John Parker…372 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein, surveyed on March 3, 1774 for John Parker…actual settlement made 1772…August 28, 1781

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 240 – James Dozier & Zephaniah Woolsey…172 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Samuel Kithcarts land with James Thompsons patent line…high knob in a gap by a spring…August 23, 1783 – Joseph Posey, assignee of William Samiel, assignee of William Edmonston, assignee of Daniel Cook…400 ac…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein, includes improvement, 250 ac surveyed May 20, 1775, actual settlement made in 1773…August 17, 1781 – Assigned to James Dosier & Zephaniah Woolsey on November 20, 1781. Signed: Joseph Posey, Witnesses: James Thompson, Abraham Hayter

Page 241 – 326 ac…Treasury Warrant…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr, tenants in common not joynt tenants…on the north fork of Dumps Creek, waters of Clynch River and known by the name of the Sugartree Bottom…Beginning near the fork of the creek on William Harrisons corner…May 6, 1784

Page 241 – 188 ac…Treasury Warrant…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr…and known by the name of the log meadows…as tenants in common not joynt tenants…on both sides of Thompsons Creek, waters of Clinch River, bounded on both sides by inaccessible Ridges…in a Hurricane…on William Thomsons line…May 5, 1784

Page 242 – John Kincaid…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…in Cassells Woods on the south side of Clinch River…Beginning along Hamlins line…on the west side of a path…July 10, 1784 – John Kincaid…300 ac…in Cassells Woods on the south side of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 23, 1781

Page 242 – Francis Wilkerson, assignee of Aaron Lewis…82 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Thomsons Creek, branch of Clinch River…Beginning on Samuel Priests corner…by a path…May 4, 1784

Page 243 – Thomas Carter…1420 ac…Treasury Warrant…in the Rye Cove on the waters of Clinch River…Beginning near a path…on Nashs line…by a path…March 31, 1783

Page 244 – 64 ac…Treasury Warrant…1/2 for John Donnel and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr as tenants in common not as joynt tenants…on the head of a branch, waters of Clinch River and known by the name of the Round Valley…Beginning on the south side of Alden Williamsons land…May 3, 1784

Page 244 – Patrick Denny…150 ac…in the New Garden on the north side of Clinch River bounded from the Gap above the ford to William Terrels line to the dry run, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 24, 1781

Page 244 – William Anderson, assignee of Samuel Butcher…400 ac…by settlement made in 1775…in Powels Valley on the river at a place called the Yellow Springs, includes improvements…August 14, 1781

Page 244 – Isaac Roman…120 ac…Treasury Warrant…adjoining the lower end of the Crab Orchard patent tract on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning on John McMurrys line…November 26, 1782

Page 245 – 1570 ac…Treasury Warrant…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr, tenants in common not as joynt tenants…called the Plains of Variety, lying on both sides of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River, including the real Maiden Spring…Beginning passing along Youngs line…opposite the mouth of McAdams Creek, corner to John Bowins land…on Bowens line corner to Hanry Davis land…on Hays line…corner to Campbells land…on Garretsons line…at the foot of Morris’s knobb…May 16, 1784

Page 246 – Christopher Funkhouser…160 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Beaver Creek, branch of Holston River…Beginning corner to John Sharps land…corner to Henry McMullens land…corner to John Thomas land…April 2, 1783 – Christopher Funkhouser…160 ac…on Bever Creek surveyed on February 17, 1774…settlement made in 1772…August 16, 1781

Page 246 – Christopher Funkhouser…Treasury Warrant…100 ac on the waters of Bever Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning on the south side of a ridge corner to John Funkhousers land…November 10, 1783

Page 246 – Adam Fleenor, assignee of John Funkhouser…200 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Bever Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning line of John Teeters patent land…crossing Meadow Creek…in a valley corner to Christopher Funkhousers land…April 2, 1783 – John Funkhouser, assignee of Henry Grimes…200 ac…on the waters of Bever Creek, surveyed on February 17, 1774…actual settlement made in 1773…August 16, 1781 – Assigned to Adam Fleenor on March, 1783. Signed: John Funkhouser

Page 247 – James Camran…200 ac…on a branch of Cedar Creek, waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to Joshua McCormicks survey…corner to Jonathan Langdons survey…by the old waggon road…June 16, 1784 – James Camran…200 ac on the waters of Holstein, 29 ac surveyed January 25, 1774, actual settlement made in 1774…September 1, 1781

Page 247 – George Smith…400 ac…in the Rich valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning in a gap of Walkers Mountain…corner to McRynold survey…on Millers Corner…October 15, 1784

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 248 – Oliver Alexander…190 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Fifteen Miler Creek…Beginning on the south side of the knobs corner to Adam Hopes land…on the east side of the creek…corner to Alex Dorans land…corner to David Drydens land…corner to Samuel Montgomerys land…June 16, 1782 – Oliver Alexander…200 ac…on 15 mile creek adjoining David Dryden, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 177_…September 1, 1781

Page 248 – Charles Henry Campbell…400 ac…on the south side of the north fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…granted to William Crabtree and assigned to Charles Henry Campbell…Beginning corner to the Salt Lick Survey…corner to Lyons survey…corner to Outlaws survey on a line of the Salt Lick Tract…April 21, 1784 – Arthur Campbell & Aaron Lewis…400 ac on the south side of the north fork of Holstein river to William Crabtrees, Jr, heir to William Crabtree, Sr., assigned to Charles Henry Campbell is mislaid or lost

Page 249 – Joseph Bates…284 ac…on both sides of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Commissioners Certificate granted to George Dougherty, assigned to Joseph Bates…beginning on Andersons branch above the head of a little spring…near Walkers Creek…June 7, 1784 – George Dougherty, assignee of William Evans, assignee of Thomas Bates, assignee of James Smith…300 ac…on both sides of the Middle Fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 29, 1781

Page 249 – Samuel Robinson…387 ac…on both sides of the Valley Creek between Clinch and the Piny Mountain by certificate granted to Joseph Bates, James Fullen & John Gibson and assigned to Samuel Robinson…Beginning on the side of a spur of Clinch Mountain with a line of Abraham Hayters…under the clifts of the Piny Mountain…across the valley on the side of a spur of Clinch Mountain…June 12, 1784 – Joseph Bates, James Fullin & John Gibson, assignee of James Shaver, assignee of Abraham Crabtree, assignee of John Simmons…400 ac…in the Poor Valley, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 29, 1781

Page 250 – Thomas Bates…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Certificate granted to Jacob Hiess…assigned to Thomas Bates…Beginning on Humphrey Bakers line with John Kirks lines…passing Aaron Lewis corner with Jamesons line…September 5, 1784 – Jacob Hiess…400 ac…adjoining a survey for Francis Dulany by Loyal Companies grant, includes improvements…surveyed for Francis Delany on January 11, 1774…actual settlement made in 1772…September 8, 1781

Page 250 – Aaron Lewis…270 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the waters of Martains Creek, north branch of Powells River…Beginning corner to William Andersons land…December 11, 1783

Page 251 – Samuel Robinson…200 ac…in the Poor Valley between Clinch and the Piny Mountain…Preemption Warrant…granted Joseph Bates, James Fullin & John Gibson, assigned to Robinson…Beginning near the Valley Creek…on the spur of Clinch Mountain…June 12, 1784

Page 251 – Humberson Lyon…51 ac…on the waters of the North fork of Holston River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning with Simmons line…with Fields line…running with James Crabtrees line…October 14, 1783

Page 252 – Humberson Lyon…400 ac…on the waters of the North Fork of Holston River…Certificate granted to William Pike, assigned to Lyon…October 23, 1783 – William Pike…400 ac…in the Rich Valley on Ceder Creek, branch of the North Fork of Holston River, includes improvements…actual settlement made in 1770…August 27, 1781

Page 252 – Robert Brown…64 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning with Mathew Elders line…on Woods old corner…Browns former tract…April 19, 1782 – Robert Brown…100 ac…on Ceder Creek below Woods survey and Capt. Thompsons patent land, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 24, 1781

Page 253 – Aaron Lewis…300 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the head of the Glade Spring Branch, waters of Powells River…Beginning corner to William Andersons settlement right…November 14, 1783

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 254 – John Scott…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River and adjoining Francis Kincanon, Joseph Snodgrass, William Edmondson & James Thompsons land…Beginning on Francis Kincannons land…on Joseph Snodgrass land…on Samuel Edmondsons line…January 29, 1783

Page 254 – James Bryan…182 ac…on the waters of Ceder Creek…Preemption Warrant…on the north side of the Main road in the edge of a glade on Meeks line…Beginning on a line of Bryans settlement tract…on Langdons line…near the Ore bank…November 2, 1784

Page 254 – Charles Cummings…October 23, 1784…an adjacent survey…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner of an old survey made by Thomas Walker and granted by deed to Charles Cummings…112 ac.

Page 255 – Adam Fleenor…145 ac…Treasury Warrant, assigned to Fleenor by John Lathim…on a branch of Bever Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning line of John Teeters land…November 14, 1784

Page 255 – John Minton, assignee of Andrew Davison…290 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the North Fork of Holstein River…Beginning at the foot of the River hills on the south side of the river a little below the Shallow Ford…January 4, 1783 – Assigned to John Minton on January 4, 1782 – Andrew Davison, assignee of Isaac Newland, assignee of James McNew…400 ac…on both sides of the North Fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…September 1, 1782

Page 255 – Abraham Fulkerson…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Bever Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning on the east side of the Brushy Ridge…crossing his spring branch…corner to James Fulkersons land and at the foot of the Brushy Ridge…December 21, 1782 – Abraham Fulkerson…300 ac…on a spring branch of Meacie Creek running into Bever Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 16, 1781

Page 256 – John Anderson…300 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Certificate granted to John McFarland, assigned to Anderson – John McFarland, assignee of James Anderson, assignee of William Hill, assignee of John Lester, assignee of William Lester, assignee of Samuel White…300 ac…on the Middle Fork of Holstein River on Walkers Creek, includes improvements actual settlement made in 1773…August 30, 1781

Page 256 – James Logan…240 ac…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to Moses Kaywoods land…on John Youngs corner…corner to William Marklands land…running up Kaywoods Fork…November 3, 1784

Page 257 – Stephen Kaywood…200 ac…in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to Michael Halfacres land…on the east side of the creek…corner to McReynolds…November 9, 1784 – Stephen Kaywood…100 ac…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the North Fork of Holstein joining the land where he now lives, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…August 27, 1781 – Certificate to Stephen Kaywood…100 ac…surveyed for Jacob Goalman in 1752

Page 257 – Stephen Caywood…100 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River in the Rich Valley…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning corner to Halfacre…east side of the creek with McReynolds line…including an old survey made for Jacob Goalman by Thomas Walker in 1752…November 9, 1784

Page 257 – Stephen Kaywood, assignee of Henry Willis, assignee of William Houston, assignee of Stephen Jones, assignee of William Poor, assignee of John Goalman, heir of Jacob Goalman…100 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River at Goalmans Gap on the north side of Walkers Mountain, tract of surveyed in 1753 as part of the Loyal Companies Grant for Jacob Goalman…Kaywood to pay to Thomas Walker, Agent for the Company, 5 pounds for the 100 ac with interest from February 22, 1762…August 22, 1781

Page 258 – 170 ac…Treasury Warrant…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr, tenants in common, not joint tenants…on the _____ side of Kents Ridge, on the waters of the upper north fork of Clinch River called Vermilion hill joining William Rogers settlement right…Beginning corner to Rogers…April 23, 1783

Page 258 – Peter McCall…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Cove Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holstein River…December 11, 1784 – Peter McCall…400 ac…on the waters of the North Fork of Holstein River, in the Cove, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…September 1, 1781

Page 259 – Aaron Lewis…300 ac…Treasury Warrant…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River and on the south side of the river…Beginning corner to Elisha Dungins land…December 13, 1784

Page 259 – James Robinson…215 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Patrick Watsons line…on Moses Edmondsons line…March 14, 1783 – James Robinson, assignee of William Edmondson…300 ac…on the south side of the Middle Fork bounded by major Edmondson, Thomas Edmondson, Patrick Watson, Moses Edmondson, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 17, 1781

Page 259 – John Lathim…1100 ac…Treasury Warrant assigned to him by David Beatie dated December 12, 1783, #21260…on both sides of Abrahams Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holstein River, joining the north side of William Smith’s settlement right in the Rich Valley…Beginning corner to a tract of Lathims land…on Smiths line…crossing Abrahams Creek…passing Smiths corner…corner to Carmacks land…December 23, 1784

Page 260 – Samuel Buchanan…80 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holston River…on the lower end of his patent land and joining William Longs survey…Beginning with Joseph Redshaw…January 30, 1783

Page 260 – John Campbell, Sr ….350 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning on Sinclairs patent line…November 7, 1784 – John Campbell, assignee of William McMullin…350 ac…on the South Fork of Holstein surveyed March 10, 1774…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 25, 1781

Page 260 – John Lathim, assignee of John Donnell…940 ac…Treasury Warrant, #17139, dated June 24, 1783…on both sides of Mill Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holstein River, joining Thomas Brights land of settlement right on the north side in the Rich Valley…Beginning on the south side of a ridge corner to Brights land…December 24, 1784

Page 260 – James Trimble…60 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River, adjoining the lower end of his settlement…. Beginning on the side of the knobs…April 24, 1783

Page 261 – John Lathim, assignee of John Donnell…1060 ac…Treasury Warrant…1000 ac dated June 13, 1783, #17140 and the residue dated same day, #17139…on the Wolf run, waters of the North Fork of Holstein River and on the north side of James Sproules Settlement right of land in the Rich Valley…Beginning corner to John Blantons land…crossing Wolf Run to the north side of the same…December 22, 1784

Page 261 – Charles Campbell…400 ac…on the south side of the South Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…granted to William Crabtree, assigned to Charles Campbell…Beginning corner to the Salt Lick survey…corner to Lyons survey…corner to Outlaws survey on a line of the Salt Lick tract…April 21, 1784

Page 261 – Michael Montgomery, assignee of Joseph Bates…100 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of the Middle Fork of Holston River…August 26, 1784 – Joseph Bates…200 ac…on the north side of the Middle Fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 29, 1781 – Assigned to Michael Montgomery on October 26, 1783. Signed by: Joseph Bates

Page 262 – Michael Montgomery…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Middle Fork of Holstein River adjoining Col. Arthur Campbells patent line…Beginning on the north side of the Brushy Mountain…August 24, 1784 – Michael Montgomery…400 ac…adjoining Col. Arthur Campbells patent line on the Middle Fork of Holstein, includes improvements, 350 ac surveyed on January 25, 1774…actual settlement made in 1770…August 23, 1781

Page 262 – Samuel Henry…260 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of the Middle Fork of Holstein…Beginning on the north side of the knobbs with John McCullocks land…on James McCuchens line…corner to Francis Berry…July 25, 1784 – Samuel Henry…400 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River, 204 ac surveyed on January 27, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 30, 1781

Page 262 – John Lathim…925 ac…Treasury Warrant…April 5, 1782, #8459 for 820 ac, remainder dated August 21, 1780, #6023…on both sides of Bennums Path and on the north side of Brights & Blantons settlement right in the Rich Valley…Beginning on the south side of a ridge corner to Bright…corner to Bright & Blanton…crossing Wolf Run…December 24, 1784

Page 263 – John Lathin…100 ac…Treasury Warrant, dated April 5, 1782, #8459…on the head of Livingston Creek, south branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the south side of the creek…line of Carmacks land…line of Carmacks settlement right…December 23, 1784

Page 263 – John Campbell…Treasury Warrant…100 ac…on the south fork of Holstein adjoining his settlement and on the east of the settlement…November 7, 1784

Page 263 – Alexander McNutt…450 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the south side of the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning under a high spur of the Iron Mountain and on the north side of the spur…on Wallins path…May 7, 1782

Page 264 – Alexander McNutt…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning under a spur of the Iron Mountain…May 7, 1782 – Alexander McNutt, assignee of Arthur Campbell, assignee of William Fletcher…400 ac…on the south fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 25, 1781

Page 264 – Arthur Campbell…240 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River, adjoining Jacob Andersons patent land…Beginning on the north side of the Brushy Mountain and on a spring branch…corner to Michael Montgomerys land…near Jacob Andersons patent line…August 24, 1784

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 265 – Henry Bowen…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the south side of the Brushy Mountain…on the bank of the south fork…November 27, 1782 – Henry Bowen…400 ac…on the south fork of Holstein, includes improvements, being part of 426 ac, surveyed on March 9, 1774…actual settlement made in 1770…August 28, 1781

Page 265 – Robert Edmondson…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the south fork of Holstein…Beginning on the north side of a valley…May 20, 1784 – Robert Edmondson, assignee of Benjamin & Johnathan Thomas, assignees of Barnabas Anderson…400 ac…on Rush Creek…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776…August 31, 1781

Page 265 – Robert Edmondson…257 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south fork of Holston River…Beginning on the north side of the river, corner to John Edmondson, Jr.’s land…line of William Edmondson, Sr…corner to the patent land…line of John Buchanans land…on the north side of the river…May 20, 1784 – Robert Edmondson, assignee of William Edmondson, assignee of Robert Huston…400 ac..on the south fork of Holstein River, 108 ac surveyed for William Edmondson, Sr. on March 15, 1774…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 17, 1781

Page 266 – Isaac Anderson…50 ac…Treasury Warrant…On a branch of the south fork of Holston River adjoining William Tillotsons survey and lying on the northwest side…Beginning corner to Tillotsons land…corner to Joseph Bishops land…Warrant #12167, dated June 4, 1781

Page 266 – Michael Montgomery, assignee of Joseph Bates…300 ac..Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Middle Fork…Beginning on the north side of the river…on the south side of the river opposite the mouth of a small spring…corner to Charles Campbells land…August 26, 1784 – Joseph Bates & William Carson, assignee of John Williams & Richard Higgins, assignee of Samuel Moor, assignee of Arthur Gilbreath, assignee of Samuel White…300 ac on the Middle Fork of Holstein…255 ac surveyed for Arthur Gilbreath on January 28, 1774…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 29, 1781 -Assigned to Michael Montgomery on October 6, 1783. Signed: Joseph Bates

Page 266 – William Tillotson, assignee of Justice Hubble…282 ac…Commissioners Certificate….on a branch of the South Fork of Holston River… Beginning on Sampson Coles land…on Jonathan Bishops land…on Joseph Bishops land…July 15, 1782 – Justis Hubble, assignee of Michael Border…282 ac…on the waters of the South Fork of Holstein, surveyed for Michael Border on March 10, 1774, actual settlement made in 1772…August 31, 1781 – Assigned to William Tilson on August 6, 1784. Signed: Justus Hubbell

Page 267 – Alexander Moor…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Beginning on the north side of the river, corner to John Lowreys land…March 25, 1784 – Alexander Moor, assignee of Alexander Moore…400 ac…on the south side of the middle fork of Holstein surveyed on February 23, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 17, 1781

Page 267 – Martin Gash, assignee of Daniel Reamey…376 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River and on the south side of the fork…Beginning corner to Joseph Bishops land…on Joseph Stars land…December 11, 1784 – Daniel Reamey…400 ac…on Coons Run running into the south fork of Holstein, 261 ac surveyed on March 12, 1774…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 30, 1781 – Assigned to martin Gash on August 5, 1784. Signed: Daniel Reamy

Page 267 – John Walker, heir of John & Samuel Waler, decd…300 ac…by settlement in 1773…on Sinking Creek near the sink which was surveyed for John Walker on April 2, 1774…August 8, 1781 – Assigned to John Donnell on August 10, 1782. Signed: John Walker. Witness: Robert Preston – Assigned to James, Robert & John Barr on August 10, 1782. Signed: John Donnell

Page 268 – Thomas Lloyd, assignee of Reuben Thomas…126 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the South Fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the south side of the creek…on the bank of the South Fork…June 17, 1784 – Thomas Lloyd, assignee of Reuben Thomas…200 ac…on the South Fork of Holstein on the south side, 100 ac surveyed for Reuben Thomas on May 19, 1775…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 31, 1781

Page 268 – Samuel Young…400 ac….Preemption Warrant…on the waters of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clynch River along the foot of the Paint Lick Mountain on both sides of the low gap path…Beginning on Andersons line…May 19, 1784

Page 268 – Henry Davies, assignee of Thomas Daniel…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork of Clynch River…Beginning on John Bowens line…May 15, 1784

Page 268 – 420 ac…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr, tenants in common, not joint tenants…Treasury Warrant…known by the name of the Sugartree Grove…along the foot of the Short Mountain on the waters of the Maiden Spring fork of Clynch River…Beginning corner to John Bowens land…by a path…May 20, 1784

Page 269 – 115 ac…Treasury Warrant…known by the name of Mollilia…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr, tenants in common, not joint tenants…on both sides of Sinking Creek, waters of Clynch River…Beginning corner to a tract of Donnell & Barrs land…May 25, 1784

Page 269 – 200 ac…Treasury Warrant…known by the name of the Buffaloe Island…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr, tenants in common, not joint tenants…on both sides of Clynch River at the mouth of the Buffaloe Hollow…Beginning on the north side of the river about 100 yards above the upper end of the Island…May 26, 1784

Page 269 – 130 ac…Treasury Warrant…known by the name of the Sassafras Thickett…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr…tenants in common, not joint tenants…along the foot of the Paint Lick Mountain on the north side of the Maiden Spring fork of Clynch River…May 21, 1784

Page 269 – 300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…known by the name of the Broad Meadows, 1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr, tenants in Common, not joint tenants…on both sides of Sinking Creek, waters of Clynch River…Beginning near the bank of the creek on the south side… crossing Cowan Fork…

Page 270 – 105 ac…Treasury Warrant…known by the name of Cowans Folly lying along the foot of Copper Creek Ridge, waters of Clynch River…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr, tenants in common, not joint tenants…May 25, 1784

Page 270 – 74 ac…Treasury Warrant…known by the name of the Elegant Summer Seat…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr, tenants in common, not joint tenants…on the top of Kents Ridge on both sides of Rokrs’s path…May 22, 1784

Page 270 – 370 ac…known by the name of Donnels Delight…Treasury Warrant…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert, & John Barr, tenants in common, not joint tenants…on both sides of Sinking Creek, waters of Clinch River…Beginning corner to their settlement right…near the Buffaloe Lick…May 25, 1784

Page 270 – 270 ac…Treasury Warrants…known by the name of the Bucks Parade…1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for james, Robert & John Barr, tenants in common, not joint tenants…on both sides of little Copper Creek…Beginning on the northeast side of a rich hollow…May 23, 1784

Page 271 – 114 ac…Treasury Warrant…known by the name of Russells Fields, 1/2 for John Donnell and the other half for James, Robert & John Barr, tenants in common, not joint tenants…on the waters of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clynch River, along the foot of the Short Mountain…Beginning at the falling rock corner to Capt. William Bowens land…corner to Martha Kings land…on a spur of Short MOuntain…to the foot of Short Mountain…May 21, 1784

Page 271 – William McFarron…250 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Spring Creek, branch of Holston River and on the south side of the Great Knobs…Beginning at the foot of the knobs, corner to Samuel McChesneys land…June 4, 1784 – William McFarron, assignee of Francis Dove…250 ac…on Spring Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775…August 24, 1781

Page 271 – Samuel McChesney…245 ac…Preemption Warrant, assigned to him by George Berry…on both sides of Spring Creek, branch of Holston River…Beginning at the foot of the knob and on the south side by the creek, corner to William McFarrans land…by a path…on the side of the knobs…June 3, 1784

Page 271 – Alexander Montgomery…108 ac…Preemption Warrant…on the south side of Holstein River…Beginning on the bank of the river by the mouth of a branch…June 5, 1784

Page 272 – Elisha Pepper…100 ac…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on the south side opposite River at the mouth of a spring branch running into the river…Warrant #9826…September 22, 1782

Page 272 – Alexander Montgomery…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the north side of Holston River…Beginning at the mouth of a branch, corner to his other settlement survey…corner to Thomas Laughlin – Alexander Montgomery, assignee of Isaac Riddle & John Lyle, assignee of Christopher Guire…400 ac…by settlement made in 1769…on Holston River, land whereon Guire lived.

Page 272 – Alexander Montgomery…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of Holstein River…Beginning on the north bank of the river…crossing the river and an Island…on Thomas Berrys line and with it down the river…passing Lowreys corner…on the bank of the river at the mouth of a branch…June 5, 1784 – Alexander Montgomery…400 ac…by settlement made in 1773…on Holstein River, the place whereon he now lives…August 11, 1781

Page 273 – Thomas Osborn, assignee of William Trimble…190 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the waters of Clinch River…Beginning on Capt. Cowans line…corner to James Whartens land…on the south side of the Buffalow Hollow…November 14, 1782

Page 273 – John McCauley…385 ac…on the Waters of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the knobs corner to William Conveys land…by a path…line of Alexander Montgomery…corner to Thomas Laughlins land…June 6, 1784 – John McCauley, assignee of Francis Dove…400 ac…on the waters of Holstein, includes improvements…280 ac surveyed for Francis Dove on January 28, 1774…actual settlement made in 1773…August 28, 1781

Page 273 – William Trimple…200 ac…on McKenneys Run on the west side…113ac surveyed on December 13, 1774…includes improvements…actual settlement made in 1774…August 21, 1781

Page 273 – Sarah Buchanan Campbell…2055 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River adjoining the Salt Lick Tract, also Lee’s, Fowler’s, Harnson’s, Crabtrees, Lyons and Charles H. Campbells tracts of land…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to the Salt Lick Tract then with Peter Lees line…crossing Fowlers Mill Creek…to Dysarts corner…near the Salt Lick road…with Fowlers corner leaving Dysarts line…by Fowler’s Mill Dam…corner to Harrisons land…above the Meeting House…corner to Charles H. Campbells Tract…June 21, 1785

Page 274 – Charles Henry Campbell…630 ac…in the Rich Valley adjoining the Salt Lick Tract and also Lyons and a large tract belonging to Sarah B. Campbell…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on a line of James Crabtrees survey…in the head of a hollow leaving Lyons line…corner to a tract of land surveyed for Charles Campbell…corner to the Salt Lick Tract…April 21, 1784

Page 274 – John McHenry, assignee of Aaron Lewis…246 ac…on the waters of the North Fork of Holston in the Rich Valley…Treasury Warrant…Beginning on the side of a ridge on McReynolds corner…corner to Simeon Frosts land…crossing the spring branch… April 28, 1785

Page 275 – John McHenry, assignee of Robert Cravans…113 ac…on both sides of the north fork of Holston…Treasury Warrant…February 25, 1785

Page 275 – David & Samuel Robinson…230 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of the south fork of Holston River…Beginning on the bank of the river corner to John Bowles land and down the river…corner to John Edmistons land…corner to Adam Morrows land…April 24, 1785

Page 276 – James Bryan…400 ac…on both sides of the Eleven Mile Creek…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the east side of the creek crossing the same and with George Clarks line…with McGalloughers line…by the main road…on Langdons line…corner to Bryans adjacent survey…March 17, 1785 – James Bryan, assignee of William McKinny…400 ac…on the Eleven Mile Creek, includes improvements, being part of a 175 ac surveyed on January 24, 1774…actual settlement made in 1770…August 17, 1781

Page 275 – Arthur Niell, assignee of William Champ…207 ac…in the Poor Valley on both sides of the Laurel Fork, branch of the north fork of Holston…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the side of the mountain…in the ridge above the round meadow…on the south side of the creek…March 17, 1785 – William Champ, assignee of William Richardson, assignee of Samuel Doughleys…400 ac…on the Laurel Fork of Holston River known by the name of the Round Meadows…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…September 6, 1782

Page 275 – Abraham Lefever…171 ac…on the north side of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning in a line of James Thompsons old patent tract then with Conrod Thompsons line…on Lewis’s corner…corner to Hins land…by the main road…February 24, 1785 – Abraham Lefever assignee of Josep Bullen, assignee of George Hine, assignee of Aaron Horn…400 ac…joining Captain James Thompson on Holstein…261 ac. surveyed on June 8, 1774, includes improvements…actual settlement made in 1774…April 18, 1781

Page 276 – Jonathan Langdon…350 ac…on the Eleven Mile Creek joining his settlement tract…Preemption Warrant…Beginning corner to the settlement tract, also corner to William Kanadays tract…in the open field…on the west side of the creek…on Meeks line…April 1, 1784

Page 276 – Jonathan Langdon…400 ac…on both sides of the Eleven Mile Creek, branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on William Kanadays corner…to McCormicks corner…with Camrans line…with Langdons adjacent survey…April 1, 1784 – Jonathan Langdon, assignee of Westley White, assignee of John Sharp…400 ac…on the Eleven Mile Creek adjoining James Camran established by a dividing line run between them by David Carson, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 24, 1781

Page 276 – William Bucknel, assignee of John McFarland, assignee of James Anderson…100 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate granted to James Anderson…Beginning corner to Philip Davis’s land…on James McFarlands line…March 26, 1785 – James Anderson, assignee of William Lester…400 ac…on the waters of Holstein River on the Poplar Grove…250 ac. surveyed for William Lester on January 29, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1768…August 23, 1781

Page 277 – Jonathan Langdon…320 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Preemption Warrant…Beginning on the east side of the creek…with a line of james Bryans survey…at the oar bank…on the north side of the main road near Samuel Meeks old line…passing by George Buchanans old corner…on the old road…by Langdons settlement tract…in the edge of the Crabtree Orchard…April 1, 1784

Page 277 – John Jones…300 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the south side of the south fork of Holston River…Beginning corner on David Philips line…in a valley…May 2, 1785 – John Jones, assignee of William Pruit, assignee of Robert Lamb…300 ac…on the south fork of Holstein surveyed for William Pruit December 28, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 30, 1781

Page 277 – John Porterfield…150 ac…on a fork of Bakers Creek, waters of the Middle Fork of Holston River…Commissioners Certificate…granted to George Tetor…Beginning corner to Hugh Johnsons land…corner to Crose Keetons land…February 13, 1785 – George Tetor…150 ac…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holston…60 ac. surveyed on January 16, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770…August 30, 1781 – Assigned to Daniel Riley on October 9, 1783. Signed: George Tetor. Witness: Aaron Lewis – Assigned to John Porterfield on March 9, 1785. Signed: Daniel Riley. Witness: Aaron Lewis.

Page 278 – Andrew Davison…68 ac…Preemption Warrant…line of John Moffets land in the Rich Valley on the head waters of Rattle Creek, branch of the north fork of Holstein River…January 1, 1783.

Page 278 – Rev. Charles Cummings…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides and near the head of Beaver Creek, branch of Holstein River…Beginning in a glade by the road corner to William McMillians land…line of John Davis land…on Currys line…May 16, 1785

Page 278 – Charles Cummings, assignee of Benjamin Logan, assignee of __________ Graham, assignee of Halbert McClure…400 ac. includes improvements…on the waters of Beaver Creek joining the land of William Hughes…250 ac. surveyed February 19, 1774…actual settlement made in 1771…August 15, 1781.

Page 278 – Alexander McNutt…421 ac…Treasury Warrant…on the southeast side of the fork of Holstein River…Beginning under a spur of the Iron Mountain…on the northeast of Moses Creek…on Wallins path then crossing the creek…May 7, 1782.

Page 278 – Alexander McNutt…400 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the southeast of the south fork of Holstein River and adjoining his settlement…May 7, 1782 – Alexander McNutt, assignee of Arthur Campbell, assignee of Wiliam Fletcher…400 ac…on the south fork of Holstein…includes improvements…actual settlement made in 1771…August 25, 1781.

Page 279 – John Trousdale…160 ac…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the side of the Rich Valley knobs corner to James Youngs land…on the south side of the Valley Knobs…January 3, 1782 – John Trowsdale, assignee of Robert Wallace, assignee of Richard Brinle, assignee of Thomas McCullock, assignee of James Farrin…200 ac…the waters of the north fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 17, 1781.

Page 279 – William Markland…200 ac…on both sides of Mill Creek, branch of the north fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on the west bank of the creek, corner to Gilbert Watsons land…to James Logans corner …on Henry Purkles Line…February 26, 1785 – William Markland, assignee of Henry Purtle…200 ac…on the branches of the north fork of Holstein in the Rich Valley, 142 ac. surveyed for Henry Purtle on December 8, 1774…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 30, 1781.

Page 279 – James Comeron…171 ac…adjoining his settlement and also the lines of George Buchanan, Jonathan Langdon & Colin McKiney…Treasury Warrant…Beginning corner to George Buchanan’s land and with a line of Colin McKineys land…corner to Joshua McCormacks land…by the old wagon road…on Langdons line…on George Buchanans old line…Warrant #16636 for 125 ac and 46 ac by warrant #9829…June 16, 1784.

Page 280 – John Yancy…258 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on a spur of Walkers Mountain near a little lick, corner to Peter Sideburns land…corner to Watsons land…on Marklands corner…near Logans corner…February 26, 1785 – John Yancy, assignee of Andrew Johnson, assignee of Richard Brindle, assignee of John Lovelap…400 ac…on a branch of the north fork of Holstein, includes improvements, 80 ac. surveyed on December 8, 1774 for Brindle…actual settlement made in 1774…August 27, 1781.

Page 280 – Jacob Hennegar & Nicholas Newfang, assignees of Mary Starns…247 ac. on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate granted to Mary Starns…Beginning at Peter Starns corner near James Thompsons old patent line…on the river ridge near Thompsons line – February 20, 1784 – Mary Starns…400 ac…on the south side of Holston River – 176 ac. surveyed for Fredrick Starns on June 1, 1774…inclues improvements, actual settlement made in 1773…August 29, 1781.

Page 280 – Samuel Gibson…214 ac…on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning near a line of the old survey belonging to the heirs of Gen. Campbell, decd. being a corner of John Walker’s tract…corner to Samuel Whites land…May 8, 1785…Samuel Gibson – 400 ac. – adjoining Gen. William Campbell’s patent land, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772…August 29, 1781.

Page 281 – Ibai Nunn…120 ac…in the Rich Valley on the waters of the North Fork of Holstein…Commissioners Certificate…by the Valley Road…February 26, 1785…Isley Nunn, assignee of George Hatfield…120 ac. surveyed for Hatfield on December 6, 1774…on the north fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774…September 18, 1782.

Page 281 – Conrod Hennegar…210 ac…on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on James Thompsons line – on Walkers old line…an old corner and also Lewis corner…with Lefevers lines…on the south side of the main road…Conrod Hennegar…250 ac….on dry run a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein…37 ac. surveyed on June 27, 1774 – includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771…August 18, 1781.

Page 281 – Joshua Roman…300 ac…on both sides of Hunger Mother, branch of the Middle of Holstein River…Commissioners Certificate…Beginning on Hays line…on a spur of the Brushey Mountain…on the west side of the creek – March 26, 1785 – Andrew Evans, assignee of John Crow…300 ac. on both sides of Hungers Mother, includes improvements, 210 ac. surveyed on February 25, 1775…actual settlement made in 1775…August 25, 1781.

Page 282 – John Finley…312 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the head waters of the east fork of Wallans branch, the waters of the North Fork of Holstein River…Beginning corner to Gilbert Watsons land…line of George Finleys land…May 27, 1785 – John Finley…400 ac…on the waters of the North Fork of Holstein…includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774 – September 1, 1781.

Page 282 – George Finley…180 ac…Treasury Warrant…on both sides of Wallans branch, waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on a line of George Finleys settlement survey…crossing Wallans branch…corner to John Finleys land…Warrant #1765…May 28, 1785.

Page 282 – George Finley…370 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on the east fork of Wallans Branch, waters of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning on the south side of McFerrans ridge…corner to John McCullocks land…at the foot of Walkers Mountain…by a road in a gap of the Mountains…in a glade in Gilbert Watsons line…passing Watsons corner…with John Fenleys line…by a field…line of George Finleys other survey…May 27, 1785 – George Finley, assignee of Robert Breckenridge, assignee of William Cocharan, assignee of John Lewis, assignee of Henry Willis…400 ac…on the waters of the north fork of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1781.

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 283 – Robert McCulloch…250 ac…Commissioners Certificate…on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River…Beginning at the foot of the knobs by McClures branch…by the mouth of Moffets branch…June 3, 1785…Robert McCulloch, legatee of Thomas McCulloch, decd., assignee of John Simmons…40 ac. on the south side of the north fork of Holstein River…includes improvements…208 ac. surveyed on December 10, 1774…actual settlement made in 1770…August 18, 1781.

Page 283 – John McCUllock, assignee of Andrew Davison…175 ac…Preemption Warrant…on both sides of the north fork of Holston and known by the name of Canoo Bottom – corner to Burk’s survey – warrant dated April 5, 1782 – June 3, 1785

Page 283 – John Crank – 250 ac – Preemption Warrant assigned to him by Robert McCullock – on both sides of the north fork of Holston River – corner to Robert McCullock’s land – near the mouth of Moffets Creek on the bank of the river – foot of the Little Mountain – north bank of the river – warrant dated June 27, 1782 – #12561 – June 4, 1785

Page 284 – John Porterfield – 110 ac – on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River – Treasury Warrant assigned to Porterfield by Aaron Lewis – corner to Porterfield’s adjoining tract – William Crunkleton’s corner – corner to Hugh Johnson – #9795 – February 14, 1785

Page 284 – Thomas Woolsey, Richard Woolsey & John Perce – 300 ac – Treasury Warrant – on the South Fork of Holstein River – adjoining the land Thomas lives on – corner between John Perce and Woolsey – with James Wheeler’s land – with Joseph Cole – August 18, 1785

Page 284 – Thomas Berry, Sr. – 400 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the north side of Holstein River and on both sides of Woolf Creek – corner to Alexander Montgomery – corner to DAVID Lowrey – crossing Woolf Creek near the bank a little below a small spring – corner to Lowrey & James Dorens – corner to Joel Dryden – August 25, 1785…Thomas Berry, assignee of John Ourus – 400 ac on Holstein River adjoining Alex Montgomery & Thomas McCaley – includes improvement, actual settlement made in 1770 – August 15, 1781

Page 284 – Richard Higgins – 136 ac – Commissioners Certificate – adjoining Seven Mile Ford – November 24, 1784…Richard Higgins – 200 ac – on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River – 119 ac – surveyed June 9, 1774 – includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774 – August 28, 1781

Page 285 – James Berry – 200 ac – Preemption Warrant #1744 – on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River – corner to John Creely – corner to Robert Houston – August 1, 1785

Page 285 – John Edmondson, Sr. – 360 ac – Preemption Warrant – on both sides of the South Fork of Holstein River – corner to John Edmondson, Jr.’s land – warrant #1952 – August 27, 1785

Page 285 – Henry Purkle – 200 ac – on the waters of the north fork of Holstein in the Rich Valley – Commissioners Certificate – corner to William Markland – February 21, 1785…Henry Purkle, assignee of William Markland, assignee of George Purkle – 200 ac – on the waters of the north fork of Holston River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775 – September 11, 1781

Page 285 – Walter Mattingly, assignee of Aaron Lewis – 134 ac – in the Rich Valley on the north side of the laurel fork a branch of the north fork of Holstein River – Treasury Warrant – on the west bank of Tumbling Creek – up the laurel fork – April 13, 1785

Page 286 – William Webb – 91 ac – in the Rich Valley on the waters of the North Fork of Holston River – Treasury Warrant assigned to Webb by Evan Lee – warrant dated July 18, 1782 – #18955 – February 25, 1785

Page 286 – John McFerran – 67 ac – in the Rich Valley on the waters of North Fork of Holstein River – Treasury Warrant – June 4, 1782 – #12160 – beginning in the forks of the creek – March 24, 1785

Page 286 – Matthias Nicholas – 276 ac – in the Rich Valley on both sides of Beaver Creek, branch of the North Fork of Holstein – Treasury Warrant assigned to Nicholas by Aaron Lewis – beginning on the south side of the creek – corner to Moses Belcher – March 31, 1785

Page 286 – Thomas Tate – 81 ac – in the Rich Valley on the waters of the North Fork of Holstein – Treasury Warrant – assigned to Bragg by Thomas Tate – beginning below the spring – by the spring branch – April 5, 1785

Page 286 – Thomas Tate – 275 ac – in the Rich Valley on the north fork of Holstein River – Treasury Warrant – side of the river ridge – warrant #8130 – February 2, 1782 – April 5, 1785

Page 286 – Thomas Tate – 148 ac – in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein – Treasury warrant – side of the river ridge – warrant #8130 dated February 2, 1782 – April 5, 1785

Page 287 – Aaron Lewis – 90 ac – in the Rich Valley on both sides of the Laurel Fork a branch of the North Fork of Holstein River – Treasury Warrant – beginning on the south side of the creek – crossing the creek – on the bank of the tumbling creek at the Mill seat – with Mattinglys line – April 2, 1785

Page 287 – Jacob Crabtree, assignee of Aaron Lewis – 147 ac – in the Rich Valley the waters of the North Fork of Holstein River – Treasury Warrant – on the top of the chestnut ridge – warrant #16519 May 19, 1783 – March 23, 1785

Page 287 – Andrew Henderson, heir at low to John Henderson, decd, assignee of Joseph Russell – 160 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River – corner to Samuel Buchanans patent land – corner to David Carson’s land – corner to Thomas Montgomery – August 18, 1785…Andrew Henderson, heir at law to John Henderson, decd., assignee of Joseph Russell – 400 ac – on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein, includes improvement, actual settlement made in 1773 – August 30, 1781

Page 287 – Simeon Frost – 351 ac – in the Rich Valley on the waters of the North Fork of Holstein – Commissioners Certificate – corner to James Young – McHenry’s old corner – May 29, 1785…Simeon Frost, assignee of Halbert McClure, assignee of John Douglass – 400 ac – bounded by James Young and Charles Warren, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769 – August 25, 1781

Page 288 – Joel Gallougher – 121 ac – on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein – Treasury Warrant – line of George Clarks land being a corner to James Bryans land – on the south side of the main road – on Langdon’s line – in the head of a hollow – corner to Hugh Berry – corner to Clark – March 17, 1785

Page 288 – Edward Jenison (Junison) & John Jameson – 414 ac – on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein river – Preemption Warrant – corner to Aaron Lewis land – in a Rich hollow being Jacob Hins corner – by a spring – on a ridge Buchanans corner – March 26, 1782

Page 288 – James Watson, assignee of Thomas Potter, assignee of Frithuies? Wall, assignee of George Finley – 70 ac – Treasury Warrant – on Gross Creek running into the south fork – in a valley – warrant #12166 June 4, 1782 – August 19, 1785

Page 288 – Joseph Cole – 259 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on a branch of the South Fork of Holstein River – beginning on Thomas Wolseys land – on Wheelers land – on Pattersons line – with George Woolseys line…Joseph Cole – 400 ac – on the waters of the South Fork – 278 ac surveyed on March 8, 1774 – includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773 – August 27, 1781

Page 289 – Moses Buchanan – 182 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on both sides of the South Fork of Holstein River – beginning on the south side of the river corner to Alexander McNutt – joining Andrew Buchanan – on Matthew Buchanans line – on the north side of the river on the bank – crossing the river twice – on the south side of the river – down the several courses of the river – April 18, 1785…Moses Buchanan – 200 ac – on the South Fork of Holstein River, includes improvements – 170 ac surveyed March 15, 1774 – actual settlement made in 1771 – August 26, 1781

Page 289 – JOHN Rogers – 106 ac – on the waters of the North Fork of Holstein River in the Rich Valley – Commissioners Certificate – beginning near Arthur Campbell – Thomas Tate’s old line – April 6, 1785…John Rogers – 400 ac – at the Clay Lick and running to a patent line to Lewis’s branch – includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773 – August 24, 1781

Page 289 – Francis Berry – 140 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River – beginning corner to Samuel Henry – corner to Thomas Hill – May 26, 1784…Francis Berry, assignee of William Berry – 150 ac – on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein on the north side includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1777 – August 30, 1781

Page 290 – Robert Ramsay, assignee of William Lowry – 100 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on both sides of the South Fork of the Holstein River – corner to Thomas Edmonson – following the south fork near Samuel Wier and on both sides of said river – corner to Christopher Houston – August 11, 1785…Robert Ramsay, assignee of William Lowry – 300 ac – on the south fork of Holstein includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776 – August 31, 1781

Page 290 – Thomas Hill – 300 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the waters of the fifteen mile creek – corner to Thomas Berry – May 26, 1784…Thomas Hill, assignee of William Berry – 350 ac – by actual settlement made in 1778 bounded by Agnes White, Frances Berry & Thomas Berry the place whereon he now lives – August 9, 1781

Page 290 – Barnabas Anderson, assignee of Andrew Henderson – 205 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holston – beginning on the bank of the Middle Fork – corner to Samuel Buchanan – corner to William Long – January 30, 1783…Andrew Henderson, heir at law to John Henderson – 300 ac – on the Middle Fork of Holstein river on the south side and joining Thomas Montgomery – includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773 – August 29, 1781…Assigned over to Barnabas Anderson on October 4, 1783, witness: David Carson, signed: Andrew Henderson

Page 290 – Israel Cole – 203 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the south side of the south fork of Holstein river adjoining Sinclair’s patent – corner to McClure’s land – August 9, 1785…Israel Cole – 400 ac – on the waters of the south fork of Holston River on the south side joining Sinclair’s patent line – includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776 – September 8, 1781

Page 291 – Thomas Edmonson, assignee of John Bell & c – 210 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the south fork adjoining Samuel Wier – beginning on the south side of the river corner to Matthew Buchanan – corner to Robert Ramsay – August 12, 1785…Thomas Edmonson, assignee of John Bell, assignee of David Wilson, assignee of Robert Crildwell – 250 ac – on the south fork of Holstein adjoining Samuel Weir – includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770 – August 17, 1781

Page 291 – Thomas Bates, assignee of David Comley & c – 400 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein River – corner to Robert Reaugh and Abraham Lefever – in a valley – November 8, 1784…Thomas Harris – 400 ac – joining the dividing ridge between the south and middle fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773 – August 29, 1781…Thomas Harris assigned to David Comely on September 25, 1782, witness: James Thompson & John Donnell. Signed: Thomas Harris. Assigned to Thomas Bates. Signed: David Comley.

Page 291 – John Reid – 94 ac – Commissioners Certificate – corner Robert Houston – corner Dominack McMorin – corner to Collis Crilly – April 16, 1785… William Edmonson – 100 ac – on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771 – August 31, 1781. Assigned to John Reid on April 10, 1785. Signed: William Edmondson.

Page 292 – Nathaniel McClure, assignee of Robert Reaugh & c – 400 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on a branch of the South Fork of Holstein River – corner to Thomas Bates land – in a valley – corner to Abraham Lefever – corner to Joseph Cole – corner to Martin Gash – August 8, 1785…Robert Reah, assignee of John Reah, heir at law to Robert Reah, assignee of Thomas Baker, assignee of Thomas Evans – 400 ac – on the reedy (Rudy) hill on a branch of the South Fork of Holstein river – 320 ac surveyed for Thomas Baker on March 12, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770 – August 29, 1781…Assigned to Nathaniel McClure on August 10, 1785. Signed: Robert Reaugh

Page 292 – Joseph Cole – 360 ac – Preemption Warrant – on the south side of the South Fork of Holstein river – corner to Nathaniel McClure’s land – in Adam Serbrough’s line – corner to John Gross – August 10, 1785

Page 292 – John Summers – 50 ac – Treasury Warrant – on the waters of the North Fork of Holstein and on both sides of the East Branch of Rattle Creek – corner to Isaac Newland’s path – Warrant dated April 15, 1782 – May 28, 1785

Page 292 – Henry Smith – 40 ac – on the top of Kents Ridge opposite to the Mouth of Swords Creek, the waters of Clinch river – Treasury Warrant – by a path – September 2, 1785

Page 292 – Henry Smith – 60 ac – on the spur of the House and Barn Mountain on a branch of Indian Creek the waters of Clinch River – Treasury Warrant – by a path Page 293 – Henry Smith – 110 ac – on both sides of the north fork of Clinch River – Treasury Warrant – 102 ac by warrant dated December 10, 1781, #10029 & 8 ac by warrant dated June 27, 1782, #12563 – September 1, 1785

Page 293 – Richard Price – 78 ac – in the Mill Creek Valley the waters of Clinch River – Treasury Warrant – beginning on the south side of Valley Creek – Warrant dated September 8, 1783, #19218 – April 26, 1785

Page 293 – William Smith – 160 ac – Commissioners Certificate – in the Rich Valley on both sides of Abraham’s Creek a south branch of the North Fork of Holstein River – beginning in the gap of the ridge corner to James Sprowls land – passing Sprowls corner and crossing the creek – at the foot of Walkers Mountain – July 15, 1785…William Smith, assignee of Benjamin Maiden, assignee of William Henderson – 160 ac – in the Rich Valley on the waters of the North Fork, surveyed February 16, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776 – August 17, 1781

Page 293 – Adam Lassh – 190 ac – Treasury Warrant – on the head of the North Fork of Indian Creek the waters of Clinch River – July 2, 1785

Page 293 – Adam Lash – 196 ac – Treasury Warrant – on the north fork of Indian Creek the waters of Clinch River – beginning on John Arthurs line – with Simeon Cockerals line – March 26, 1785

Page 294 – John Anderson – 190 ac – Commissioners Certificate – in the Elk Garden joining John Wells and David Priest – beginning corner to John Thomson’s line – on John Wells survey – David Priests line – March 28, 1785…John Anderson – 200 ac – on the south side of Clinch in the Elk Garden, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775 – August 24, 1781

Page 294 – Alexander Doren – 170 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the waters of the Wolf Creek and of fifteen mile Creek north branches of Holstein River – beginning corner to David Dryden, Oliver, Alexander & James Doren – by two roads – above Wolf Creek – at the foot of the knobbs – corner to Oliver Alexander – August 26, 1785…Alexander Doren, assignee of Joseph Alexander – 400 ac – actual settlement made in 1777 – on fifteen mile creek adjoining Adam Hope, James Philips, James Doren & Oliver Alexander, includes improvements – August 14, 1781

Page 294 – James Doren – 400 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on both sides of Woolf Creek, a north branch of Holstein River – beginning on a path at the foot of a knob corner to James Montgomery’s land – on the bank of a branch corner to David Lowrey – crossing Wolf Creek – by a cabbon – corner to Thomas Berry – corner to Joel Dryden – corner to David Dryden – crossing the creek to the side of the first mentioned knobb – August 26, 1785…James Doren, assignee of Westley White, assignee of James Dorchester – 400 ac – by settlement made in 1769 – on Wolf Creek adjoining William Lowrey, Thomas Berry, David Dryden, Alexander Doren – 268 ac surveyed for James Doren on January 29, 1774

Page 295 – Philip Davies – 131 ac – on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein – Certificate granted John McFarland – beginning on Abraham Wilson’s line – east side of the creek and down the same – March 27, 1785

Page 295 – William McCutcheon, assignee of John Campbell – 130 ac – Treasury Warrant dated June 4, 1782 – on the north side of the North Fork of Holstein River adjoining John Campbell – beginning on John Campbell’s line – on Deans line – corner to Sampson Cole – October 15, 1785

Page 295 – Jacob Jeter – 92 ac – on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein – Preemption Warrant granted James McFarland and by him assigned to Jeter – corner McFarland – on the south side of the creek on the side of a ridge – March 23, 1785…Warrant dated June 4, 1782 #1757 certified on November 1, 1785

Page 295 – John Anderson, assignee of Aaron Lewis – 71 ac – on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein river – Treasury Warrant – corner Stephen Wheeler – 27 ac by warrant #6281 and 44 ac by warrant #13922 – March 24, 1785

Page 295 – Peter Lee – 160 ac – in the Rich Valley joining his settlement tract – treasury warrant – beginning on the south side of the creek – near Halfacres line – near his house – warrant dated June 4, 1782 #12173 – May 18, 1783

Page 296 – Abraham Wilson – 200 ac – on both sides of Walkers Creek, a branch of the Middle Fork of Holstein – Commissioners Certificate – on the side of a ridge to Philip Davies – on a spur of the brushey mountain – March 27, 1785… John Lester, assignee of William Evans, assignee of James Phillips, assignee of James Heolis? – 200 ac – on Walkers Creek – 143 ac surveyed for James Hollis January 27, 1774, actual settlement made 1771 – August 29, 1781

Page 296 – Abraham Wilson – 162 ac – on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River – Commissioners Certificate – beginning corner to Phillip Davies land – on the spur of the mountain – crossing a deep valley and also Walkers Creek – March 27, 1785

Page 296 – John Anderson – 180 ac – on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein joining his former survey – Treasury Warrant – corner to Jeter – McFarlands corner – 157 ac by warrant dated June 4, 1782 #12168 and 23 ac by warrant dated February 2, 1782 #8167 – March 24, 1785

Page 296 – Aaron Lewis – 121 ac – on the waters of dry run adjoining his settlement tract – Treasury Warrant – beginning corner to Abraham Lefever – corner to Lewis’s former tract – in a glade Haies corner – with Kirks line – warrant #1960 – June 10, 1785

Page 297 – John Bowles – 157 ac – Treasury Warrant – #8144 – adjoining the land James Craig formerly lived on and on the south side of the land and William Kennedy’s on the south east end and Samuel Henry’s on the west – beginning corner to William Kennedy’s land – corner to James Craig – corner to Samuel Henry – October 15, 1785 – #8144

Page 297 – Alexander McNutt – 300 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on both sides of the south fork of Holstein River – beginning adjoining to Moses Buchanan’s land – in John McCutcheons line – on the south side of the river – by a roaring spring – May 26, 1782…Alexander McNutt, assignee of Archibald Blackburn, assignee of Thomas Ray – 300 ac – on both sides of south fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771 – August 25, 1781

Page 297 – John Widner – 200 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the south side of the south fork of Holstein river – beginning on the south side of a branch – May 20, 1784…Andrew Burton, assignee of John Buchanan – 200 ac – on the waters of the south fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772 – August 18, 1781…April 15, 1782, assigned to John Widner. Witnessed: Moses Williams. Signed: Andrew Bunton

Page 297 – Joseph Cole, Jr., assignee of Matthew Bishopp & c – 100 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the north side of the South Fork of Holstein river – beginning in Sinclair’s patent line – corner to Nathaniel McClure – September 13, 1785…Matthew Bishopp, assignee of Joseph Bishopp, assignee of Francis Whitney, assignee of Barney Kertley – 100 ac – on the south fork of Holstein – 77 ac surveyed March 12, 1774 for Matthew Bishop, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1772 – August 30, 1781…Assigned to Joseph Cole, August 6, 1784. Signed: Matthew Bishop

Page 298 – Robert McReynolds – 457 ac – in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River – Treasury Warrant assigned to McReynolds by Aaron Lewis – beginning on the side of a ridge above the Mill Creek, corner to John McHenry’s land – February 26, 1785

Page 298 – David Carson, assignee of Robert Preston – 62 ac – treasury warrant – on the north side of the south fork of Holstein River and adjoining Alex McNutt’s settlement – beginning in John McCutcheons line – November 19, 1785

Page 298 – Joel Dryden, assignee of Samuel McGee – 74 ac – Treasury Warrant adjoining Joel Drydens settlement survey – beginning on the north side of Holston river – corner to Thomas Berry Sr. – corner to David Dryden’s land – warrant dated April 4, 1782 #8427 – October 19, 1785

Page 298 – Joshua Romans – 87 ac – treasury warrant #16519 – on Hungers Mother waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein – beginning corner to former survey – corner to Robert Crow – November 12, 1785

Page 298 – Isaac Anderson – 17 ac – treasury warrant – on the south side of the Middle Fork of Holstein river between Jacob Anderson and Isaac Roman – beginning in a sink hole – corner Anderson – corner to Isaac Roman – November 7, 1785

Page 298 – John McCall, assignee of Mathias Broomberry, assignee of Jacob Jastines, assignee of William Burch, assignee of Nicholas Stevens – 50 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the head of Thompson’s Creek, the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein – beginning corner to George Baker – corner to Humphrey Baker – the foot of Walkers Mountain – November 1, 1785

Page 299 – William Cunningham, assignee of James Dysart – 123 ac – Treasury Warrant – in the Poor Valley on Tumbling Creek, the waters of the North fork of Holstein river – beginning by a spring – by a spring branch – warrant #8480 – August 12, 1785

Page 299 – John Laird, heir & c – 200 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the north side of Copper Ridge opposite to the glade hollow – March 30, 1785

Page 299 – Lawrence Vanhook – 270 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the Islands of Clynch River – beginning on the north side of the river corner to his adjacent survey – on an island – August 24, 1785

Page 299 – Lawrance Vanhook, assignee of Archalaus Woods, assignee of John Kirklan – 400 ac – called the Islands on Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775 – August 21, 1781

Page 299 – William Cope – 166 ac – Preemption Warrant – in the Glade Hollow where Richard Henderson now lives -on the north side of the hollow – by a sugar camp – warrant dated June 14, 1783 #2465 – March 31, 1785

Page 300 – Lawrance Vanhook – 260 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on both sides of the Clynch River and on the mouth of Buck Branch above Dumps Creek – beginning on the north side of the river – on an island – August 24, 1785…Lawrence Vanhook, assignee of Benjamin Cooper – 400 ac – in the forks of Dumps Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776 – September 1, 1781

Page 300 – Francis Wilkinson, assignee of Aaron Lewis – 100 ac – Treasury warrant – in the New Garden on Andrew Lynem’s fork of Thompson Creek on the waters of Clynch River – warrant dated March 23, 1782, #11573 – September 6, 1785

Page 300 – Stephen Wheeler – 760 ac – assignee of Aaron Lewis – Land Office State Warrant – on Hungers Mother, waters of the Middle Fork of Holston – beginning corner to Abraham Crothwhite – on the ridge above the walnut hollow – corner to Anderson – corner to James Wheeler by John Ray road – by the lick branch – by a path – corner to John Netens? – crossing Hungers Mother – warrant #3795 – December 11, 1881 – November 9, 1785

Page 301 – John Ewing – 440 ac – Treasury warrant dated January 25, 1782 – on both sides of the East fork of Wading Creek, a north branch of Powels River – corner to his adjacent survey – corner to his settlement survey – December 3, 1785

Page 301 – John Ewing – 400 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the north side of Powels River and on both sides of Couk Branch – by the old swept? – corner to join the Preemption tract – December 3, 1785…John & Samuel Ewing, assignees of Charles Cox – 400 ac – by settlement made in 1775 – on the north side of Powels River known by the name of Dumps Cabon on the big Spring – August 10, 1781…Assigned to John Ewing on October 10, 1783. Witness: Robert Preston. Signed: Samuel Ewing

Page 301 – John Ewing – 500 ac – Preemption Warrant dated November 21, 1781 #1902 – on the north side of Powels River and on both sides of Wading Creek – beginning on the bank of the river at the mouth of a gulley – crossing both forks of Wading Creek – corner to his settlement survey – December 3, 1785

Page 302 – Francis Wilkerson – 120 ac – Treasury Warrant – on Whitesides Fork of Thompson Creek, waters of Clinch River – beginning near a spring branch – September 7, 1785

Page 302 – Thomas Colley – 350 ac – Treasury warrant – on the north side of the Copper Ridge opposite the Glade Hollow joining John Lairds land on the east side – warrant #12954 – May 9, 1785

Page 302 – Aaron Vanhook – 150 ac – on the north side of the Copper Ridge on Bucks branch, the waters of Clinch River – August 22, 1785…Aaron Vanhook, assignee of John Buck – 200 ac – on Carrs Creek, a branch of Clinch River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775 – August 21, 1781

Page 302 – John Kincade – 120 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the top of the Rich Mountain where the old road crosses – beginning on the south side of the mountain – May 6, 1785…John Kincaid – 150 ac – on Clinch Mountain where the old road crosses which leads to Elk Garden – includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773 – September 1, 1781

Page 303 – Benjamin Burk – 180 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River on the mouth of Woolf Creek – beginning on the south side of the river above his improvement – crossing the mouth of Woolf Creek – May 5, 1785…James Young – 200 ac – on both sides of the north fork of Holstein River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774 – September 1, 1781…Assigned to Benjamin Burk. Witness: Henry Pertle. Signed: James Young

Page 303 – Francis Wilkerson, assignee of Aaron Lewis – 100 ac – Treasury warrant – in the New Garden on Lynius branch the waters of Clinch River including his improvement – warrant dated March 23, 1782 #11573 – September 6, 1785

Page 303 – Katharine McClenahan, legatee of DAVID McClenahan – 370 ac – called the Vineyard in Powells Valley on Mulberry Creek – Treasury Warrant dated September 26, 1782 #14473 – beginning on a spur of Powels Mountain – along the foot of Powels Mountain – November 30, 1785

Page 304 – Mary McClenahan, legatee of David McClenahan – 4347 ac – called the Vineyard in Powels Valley on Mulberry Creek, adjoining Katharine McClenahan’s survey on said creek = treasury warrant dated September 26, 1782 #14473 – beginning on the east end of the division line on a spur of Powells MOUNTAIN – on a spur of Wallens Ridge – on the bank of Mulberry – November 30, 1785

Page 304 – Robert McKnight – 3000 ac – treasury warrant dated August 30, 1783 #19050 – on Livingston Creek and Cove Creek south branches of the North Fork of Holston River – beginning corner to Peter McCalls land – in the narrows of Cove Creek – corner to Henry Spahr – corner to Joseph Hensley – corner to John Latham – crossing Livingston’s Creek on the north side – to the south side of the creek – corner to Peter McCall – February 10, 1786

Page 304 – Robert McKnight – 2000 ac – treasury warrant dated August 30, 1783 #19050 – on several south branches of the north fork of Holston River – beginning corner to Joseph Sleters land – corner to John Lethams land – corner to John Young – February 9, 1786

Page 304 – Robert McKnight – 4000 ac – treasury warrant dated May 8, 1783 #15857 – on both sides of Gaspers Creek of Tumbles Creek and of Smiths Creek south branches of the north fork of Holston River – beginning corner to Joseph Slaters land – corner to Gasper Fleenor’s land – corner to Robert Hendersons land, Nathan and Robert Smiths land February 12, 1786

Page 305 – Joseph North – 3000 ac – on the waters of the north fork of Holston River – treasury warrant dated October 11, 1783 #19841 – beginning corner to John McReynolds survey – corner to Moses Keywood – corner James Logan – corner John Yaney’s line – corner Peter Sideburn – near Robert Allisons corner – corner to Samuel McReynolds – in a rich valley – February 10, 1786

Page 305 – John Simmons – 150 ac – treasury warrant #10028 – on the Camp branch the north waters of big Mockison, a branch of Holston – beginning near the top of a ridge above a deep hollow to the eastward of Blackeymore’s path – crossing a sinking spring branch – crossing camp branch – December 14, 1785

Page 305 – Stephen Walling – 200 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the head of Little Mockison, a branch of big Mockison, waters of the North fork of Holston River – beginning at the foot of Mockison ridge, a little west of the Kentucky path – at the foot of Clinch Mountain – near the foot of Moccasin Ridge – December 13, 1785…Samuel Livingston – 200 ac – actual settlement made in 1774 – on the head of Little Mockison Creek bounded by Clinch Mountain on the south and on the west by the dividing ridge of Clinch – August 10, 1781… Assigned to Alexander Doneldson and from him to Stephen Wallen

Page 306 – Alexander McDonnald – 135 ac – treasury warrant dated April 5, 1786 #8473 – on both sides of Steel’s Creek a branch of Beaver Creek, the waters of Holston River – beginning on the west side of a large branch – on the north side of the Kentucky Road – by a spring by said road – October 16, 1785

Page 306 – Joseph Martin – 515 ac – Preemption warrant – on the head waters of Martins Creek, the head waters of Indian Creek, a north branch of Powels River – beginning at the head of a deep hollow on the south side of the Poor Valley road being a corner to the settlement right – corner to Brice Martins land – on the south side of the Poor Valley ridge – warrant dated November 21, 1781 #9067 – November 6, 1783

Page 306 – Arthur Campbell – 185 ac – on the south side of Big Mockison creek treasury warrant dated May 23, 1780 #5102 – beginning on a spur of Clinch Mountain – November 25, 1785

Page 306 – Arthur Campbell – 98 ac – in Powells Valley adjoining his tract of 1610 ac – Treasury warrant – by the bank of the four mile creek – crossing the creek – on the bank of Powells River – May 23, 1780 #5102 – December 13, 1785

Page 307 – John Jones – 3000 ac – called Japvilla (Jassvilla) in Powels Valley on both sides of Indian Creek the waters of Powels River – treasury warrant – beginning at the foot of Cumberland Mountain on the county line run by Dr. Walker – on the bank of Indian Creek – crossing Indian Creek four times – crossing the Kentucky Road on a spur of Cumberland Mountain – corner to George Gibson – crossing the Kentucky road twice – on a spur of Cumberland Mountain and along the foot of the same – warrant dated December 13, 1782 #14946 – December 8, 1785

Page 307 – Thomas Hobbs, assignee of William Lemar – 160 ac – of part of a treasury warrant # 12172, dated June 4, 1782 – on both sides of Copper Creek a south branch of Clinch River – beginning on the north side of Mockison Ridge – November 8, 1786

Page 308 – Arthur Campbell – 1610 ac – called Abercorn in Powells Valley on the north side of Powells River – treasury warrant – on the bank of Powells River – down Powells River to the beginning – 1345 ac by warrant #15037 dated December 25, 1782 and 265 ac by warrant #5102 May 23, 1780 – December 13, 1785

Page 308 – Arthur Campbell – 1050 ac – on Blackwater, the waters of the north fork of Clinch river – treasury warrant – corner to Henderson – warrant #15038 dated December 24, 1782 – December 19, 1785

Page 309 – Joseph North – 3000 ac – treasury warrant dated October 11, 1783 #19848 on the south side of the north fork of Clinch River – corner to James Parbery – corner to John Preston, Jr. – April 27, 1786

Page 309 – Thomas Hobbs, assignee of Joel & Joab Hobbs & c – 150 ac – treasury warrant 50 ac by warrant #13221 dated August 3, 1782 and 100 ac by warrant #1247 dated December 29, 1780 – on both sides of Mokison Creek and joining the lines of the place he now lives on – corner to Christopher Huston – March 9, 1786

Page 309 – Arthur Campbell – 2600 ac – in Powells Valley on the north side of Powells River – treasury warrant dated December 24, 1782 #15037 – beginning on the north side of the river – on the face of a ridge – in a hurricane – by the side of the hurricane – in the edge of a hurricane – on the line of the Labanon tract – at the foot of Wallins ridge – December 14, 1785

Page 310 – Arthur Campbell – 430 ac – called Lebanon – in Powells Valley joining and below Solomon White’s Preemption on Powels River – treasury warrant dated May 27, 1780 #5152 -beginning on the south bank of the river – December 3, 1785

Page 310 – Joseph North – 4000 ac – treasury warrant dated May 8, 1783 #15860 – on the north side of Clinch River and on both sides of Stock Creek – corner to Thomas Walling – corner to John Walling – crossing Stock Creek – April 26, 1786

Page 310 – Robert McKnight – 1000 ac – treasury warrant dated March 29, 1782 #8259 – on the waters of the north fork of Clinch River – corner to James Parbery – on the south bank of a stony branch – to another tract of Parbery – by a lick – April 29, 1786

Page 311 – James Parbery – 1000 ac – Preemption warrant dated October 15, 1781 #1599 – on both sides of the north fork of Clinch River – corner to his other survey – crossing lick run – by the Kentucky road and near the flat lick – crossing the north fork near the foot of Powells Mountain – on the top of the Poor Valley knobs – November 30, 1785

Page 311 – James Parbery – 1000 ac – treasury warrant dated October 27, 1781 #7636 – on the waters of the lower north fork of Clinch River and on the waters of Stock creek, a branch of Clinch River and on both sides of the Kentucky path – crossing Stock creek that the Kentucky road goes up – crossing the clinch road – by the road and near the flat lick – crossing lick run – November 30, 1785

Page 311 – William Young – 400 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the north side of Powells river and above Martins Creek – beginning on a brushy ridge west of the improvements – on the river bank by the mouth of said creek – by the mouth of a branch – December 7, 1786…William Young – 400 ac – above the mouth of Martins Creek on Powells River, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776 – August 21, 1781

Page 311 – Philip Shelly, assignee of Daniel Frazier – 100 ac – treasury warrant dated December 29, 1780 #1258 – on both sides of Copper Creek, a branch of Clinch River – beginning on the south side of said creek – by a path – November 25, 1785

Page 311 – James Davison – 90 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on both sides of Mockison creek, a north branch of the north fork of Holstein River – corner to Jonathan Woods land – corner to John Frazier – November 5, 1785…James Davidson – 90 ac – on Mockison Creek surveyed December 15, 1774, actual settlement made in 1774 – August 22, 1781

Page 312 – William Huston – 300 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on both sides of Mockison creek – beginning at the foot of Clinch Mountain – corner to Jonathan Woods land – crossing the Mill Pond – November 5, 1785…William Huston, assignee of James Simmons, assignee of Thomas McCullock – 300 ac – on Mockison Creek 220 ac surveyed December 14, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1769 – August 21, 1781

Page 312 – Henry Rowan – 400 ac – called the Spicy Grove – in the forks of Little Cedar Creek the waters of Big Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River – treasury warrant dated May 29, 1783 #16637 – on the bank of little cedar creek – on the bank of the north fork of Cedar Creek – up a valley – March 30, 1786

Page 312 – Charles Pryor – 4000 ac – treasury warrant #15856 dated May 8, 1783 – in Powells Valley on the south side of Joshua Bucher – April 26, 1786

Page 313 – Richard Ranshaw – 5000 ac – treasury warrant #15859 dated May 8, 1783 and #21754 dated December 24, 1783 – on the waters of Little Mockison Creek a north branch of the north fork of Holstein River and on the waters of Copper Creek a south branch of Clinch River – corner to Stephen Walling – corner to Wallings settlement right – along Ingram’s line – corner to Joseph Wainscot – corner to Aaron Roberts land on Wainscots line – on Drydens line – corner to Engarts land – corner to Abraham Woods – April 15, 1786

Page 313 – Richard Renshaw – 2000 ac – treasury warrant dated December 1, 1783 #21134 – on the waters of the north fork of Clinch River – beginning corner to James Parbery – corner to John Preston – April 30, 1786

Page 313 – Benjamin Say – 10,000 ac – treasury warrant #18563 dated August 8, 1783 – in Powell Valley on the north side of the river on both sides of the Kentucky Road – beginning on the east side of the Glade Spring branch – corner to Anderson & Carr’s land – with William Anderson’s line – corner to Anderson’s Settlement right – corner to Joseph Morton – down the river and round a part of Wilson’s land – on the bank of the river nearly opposite a large poplar tree called Jereboam standing in the Hurricane – corner to William Anderson’s land known by the name of Buffaloe Walks – April 25, 1786

Page 314 – Samuel Young – 2000 ac – treasury warrant dated December 24, 1783 #21696 on the waters of Indian Creek a north branch of Powells River – corner to Mordica Howard – corner to Rogers land – April 29, 1786

Page 314 – Samuel Young – 5000 ac – treasury warrant – 1 for 4000 ac dated May 8, 1783 #15858 and 1000 ac dated December 24, 1783 #21849 – on the waters of Indian Creek, a north branch of Powells River – corner to Martin’s Howard’s land – corner to Brice Martin – April 29, 1786

Page 314 – Charles Pryor – 6000 ac – treasury warrant #17832 dated July 21, 1783 and #17836 dated July 21, 1783 – in Powells Valley on the south side of James Thompson, Thomas Campbell and William Forks land – beginning corner to Thompsons land – corner to Campbell – corner to Fork – on Buchers line – line of Pryor – April 27, 1786

Page 315 – Samuel Young – 3000 ac – treasury warrant dated December 24, 1783, one for 2000 ac #21693 and 1000 ac #21849 in Powells Valley on the waters of Martins Creek – corner to Joseph Martin’s land – corner to William Priest – April 29, 1786

page 315 – Richard Renshaw – 3000 ac – on the waters of Wallins Creek a south branch of Powells River – treasury warrant dated December 24, 1783 #21754 1000 ac #21692 for 2000 ac – corner to Archibald Scot – April 30, 1786

Page 315 – John Carpenter – 316 ac – part of a treasury warrant #19649 dated October, 1783 – on the waters of Trading Creek in Powells Valley and on both sides of the Kentucky path – on the west side of a ridge – December 31, 1785

Page 315 – John Woods – 200 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on Hunts Creek, a branch of Wolf Creek, waters of Holstein river – near James Montgomerys line – bent of the creek – crossing the creek on the south side and near the foot of the great knobs – April 4, 1786…James McFerran, assignee of John Kenedy, assignee of John Hunt – 200 ac – on the waters of Wolf Creek part of a tract of land surveyed for Benjamin Hawkins, decd, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1770 – September 17, 1781

Page 316 – John Woods – 150 ac – treasury warrant #6972 dated October 5, 1781 – on the waters of Hunts Creek, a branch of Woolf Creek, a north branch of Holstein river – beginning on the south side at the foot of the great knobs – corner to James Montgomery – corner to Woods Settlement survey – June 2, 1786

Page 316 – Jeremiah Lewis – 200 ac – part of a treasury warrant #19650 dated October 1, 1783 – on the head of Yellow Creek in Powells Valley – beginning on the west side of the creek at the mouth of a spring branch – December 30, 1785

Page 316 – Jonathan Woods – 185 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on both sides of Mockison Creek a north branch of the north fork of Holstein River – beginning at the foot of Clinch Mountain – corner to William Huston – corner to James Davison’s land – corner to John Fraizer – November 5, 1785…Jonathan Woods, assignee of John Floyd, assignee of John Gross – 185 ac – on Mockison creek surveyed December 15, 1774

Page 316 – David Lowrey, assignee of William Lowrey – 400 ac – Certificate of settlement right – on both sides of Woolf Creek, a branch of Holstein River – beginning on the knobs, corner to John McCalley’s land – by a path – on Alexander Montgomery’s land – corner to his other survey – corner to James Doren – on the bank of Hunts branch – corner to James Montgomery – between two drafts – August 25, 1785

Page 317 – James Alley – 150 ac – on both sides of Stantons Creek, the waters of Clinch River – treasury warrant December 30, 1780 #1236 – on the north bank of Clinch river – south bank of Stantons Creek – February 13, 1786

Page 317 – Thomas Johnston, assignee of George Pucket – 92 ac – treasury warrant #8432 dated April 4, 1782 – in the Elk Garden on the waters of Priest’s Creek, a branch of Clinch River – near the round meadow – corner to David Priest – corner to John Wells – April 10, 1786…William Lowrey, assignee of William Montgomery, assignee of John & Nicholas Fain – 400 ac – by settlement made in 1771 – on Woolf Creek adjoining James Doren – 260 ac surveyed for John & Nicholas Fain January 29, 1774 – August 13, 1781…Certificate assigned to David Lowrey

Page 317 – David Lowrey – 130 ac – treasury warrant dated December 20, 1781 #1986 – on both sides of Woolf Creek a branch of Holstein River – corner to Thomas Berry – a little below a spring at the bank of the creek – corner to James Doren’s land – by an old cabbon – corner to James Doren – corner to Lowrey’s settlement – August 26, 1785

Page 317 – James Donn – 80 ac – treasury warrant #19216 (19218) dated September 8, 1783 – on both sides of Woolf Creek, a branch of Holstein River – corner to David Dryden’s land – corner to Alexander Doren – between two roads – on a high bank above Woolf Creek – corner to James Montgomery – corner to James Doren’s settlement tract – August 26, 1785

Page 317 – Ephraim Smith – 150 ac – treasury warrant dated February 7, 1780 #2455 – on the waters of Beaver Creek, a branch of Holstein river – beginning on the south side of a ridge near the head of a rich valley – October 14, 1785

Page 318 – Ephraim Smith, assignee of Stephen Bailey – 150 ac – treasury warrant dated December 29, 1780 #1231 – on the waters of Beaver Creek, a branch of Holstein River – by a spring corner to another survey of Smith – by a path – October 14, 1785

Page 318 – Joseph Gray – 500 ac – Preemption Warrant dated December 24, 1781 #2000 – in Powells Valley on both sides of Sugar run and on the north side of Indian Creek a branch of Powells River – corner to Charles Linch’s land – crossing Indian Creek twice at the mouth of sugar run – November 3, 1783

Page 318 – Joseph Gray – 400 ac – Certificate of settlement right – on the top of a high hill corner to his survey by Preemption right – on the north side of Indian Creek, a branch of Powells River – crossing the Kentucky Road by an old path near a sink hole – corner to the Preemption right – November 3, 1783… John Riggs, assignee of Rubin Riggs – 400 ac – on a branch of Indian Creek called Sugar run, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775 – August 30, 1781

Page 319 – Christopher Acklin – 92 ac – on both sides of Rattle Creek, waters of the north fork of Holston River and adjoining his survey of 64 ac – treasury warrant – top of Walkers Mountain – south side of Walkers Mountain – January 16, 1786

Page 319 – Christopher Esklin – 64 ac – on both sides of Rattle Creek, the waters of the north fork of Holston River – treasury warrant – corner to Andrew Davison – January 15, 1786

Page 319 – John McHenry – 190 ac – treasury warrant dated December 20, 1781 #1964 – on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River in the Rich Valley – corner to McReynolds – in a marsh – corner to Simeon Frost – April 28, 1785

Page 319 – John Alley – 100 ac – on the north side of Clinch River – treasury warrant dated December 30, 1780 #1236 – February 10, 1786

Page 319 – Samuel Alley – 140 ac – on both sides of the big Spring Branch, the waters of Copper Creek, waters of Clinch River – treasury warrant dated December 29, 1780 #1238 – February 15, 1786

Page 319 – Samuel Young – 2500 ac – treasury warrant dated October 7, 1783 #19802 – on some of the south branches of the north fork of Holston River – corner to Henry Brooks land – corner to Andrew Goff – corner JOHN Benurius – August 18, 1786

Page 320 – Samuel Young – 3000 ac – treasury warrant dated October 7, 1783 #19802 – on both sides of Harrolds Creek, a south branch of the north fork of Holston River – corner to Robert Brown – corner to Isaac Newland – corner to George Gobble – corner to Jacob Mungle – with Guyns and Scotts lines – August 15, 1786

Page 320 – Samuel Young – 2500 ac – treasury warrant October 7, 1783 #19802 – on both sides of Tumble’s Creek and some other branches of the north fork of Holston River – corner to John Cristian’s land – corner to John McColloucks – corner to Robert McCollock – corner to John Crank – corner to John Moffitt – corner to John Kincaid – corner to John Christian’s – August 16, 1786

Page 320 – Samuel Young – 2000 ac – treasury warrant dated October 7, 1783 #19802 – on several branches of the north fork of Holston River and between the rich valley and the north fork – corner to Andrew Davison – corner to John Moffit – corner to John Crank – corner to Isaac Newland – corner to Robert Brown (Bowms) – corer to JOHN Summers – corner to Davison – August 17, 1786

Page 320 – Levi Hollingsworth & Andrew Bunner – 3000 ac – treasury warrant dated August 30, 1783 #19048 – south branches of the north fork of Holston River – corner to Benjamin Burk – corner to John Christian – crossing Young’s Mill Creek – corner to John Hinton – August 20, 1786

Page 321 – Cornelius Barnes – 5000 ac – treasury warrant dated September 22, 1783 #19540 – on the waters of the north fork of Holston River and on the north side of the same – corner to Benjamin Burk – crossing Wolf Creek – corner to John Crank – corner to John McCullock – August 15, 1786

Page 321 – Thomas Tate – 220 ac – treasury warrant #7566 dated October 25, 1781 – on the Laurel Fork of the north fork of Holstein River – by a path at the foot of a spur of the Flat Mountain – by the valley path – in the mouth of a gulf near the river – April 5, 1786

Page 321 – Cornelius Barnes – 5000 ac – treasury warrant dated September 22, 1783 #19542 – in Powells Valley on both sides of the lower north fork of Powells River – corner to Hugh Campbell – in a grasey swamp corner to James Campbell – crossing the north fork – corner to John CAMPBELL – corner to Samuel Newell – April 30, 1786

Page 322 – Thomas Tate – 60 ac – treasury warrant – on the north side of the north fork of Holstein River – line of the clay lick tract – corner to Arthur Campbell – at the foot of Piney Mountain – warrant dated February 2, 1782 #8136 – January 5, 1786

Page 322 – Augur F. Furman – 3000 ac – treasury warrant – #18130 dated July 26, 1783 and #18143 dated July 26, 1783 – on the head of Laurel fork of Holston River and known by the name of the Big Spring Valley – beginning on the south side of said fork and on both sides of the trace that leads from the county to Rowan’s Creek – August 22, 1786

Page 322 – Samuel Hunt (Hurst) – 3000 ac – on the head of the Laurel fork of Holston River and known by the name of the Big Spring Valley – treasury warrant dated August 14, 1783 and #18721 and dated April 11, 1783 and #15439 and #18736 dated August 14, 1783 corner to Agur T. Furmans – August 23, 1786

Page 322 – Benjamin Stephens – 1000 ac – treasury warrant #4617 dated April 7, 1780 – south side of the south fork of Holston River – September 1, 1786

Page 322 – Philip Philips – 3000 ac – treasury warrants #18724 dated August 13, 1783 and #18731 dated August 14, 1783 and #18727 dated August 14, 1783 – on the south side of Holston River – near to David Drydens lower corner – crossing a creek corner to Smiths land – corner to Jenkins land – crossing Cove Spring Branch – on the north side of Cove Creek corner to Montgomerys land – September 1, 1786

Page 323 – Levi Hollingsworth & Andrew Bunner – 2000 ac – treasury warrant dated August 30, 1783 #19048 – on the head of Sinclairs Creek a south branch of the south fork of Holston River – in a Valley on Thomas line – September 2, 1786

Page 323 – Abraham Bevers – 96 ac – treasury warrant #8432 dated April 4, 1782 – on the south side of the south fork of Ceder Creek, the waters of Clinch River – corner to Alexander McClanahan & William Herraldson – at the foot of Clinch Mountain – corner to Thomas Johnston – November 30, 1785

Page 323 – Samuel Vanhook – 147 ac – treasury warrant #21257 dated December 12, 1783 – the Elk Garden on the north side of Cedar Creek, the waters of Clinch River – corner to James Shoemaker, corner to Isaac Vanhook – December 9, 1785

Page 323 – John Crank – 396 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the waters of Copper Creek, a south branch of Clinch River being the place he formerly lived on – beginning on the north side of Mockison Ridge – in a gap of the ridge – November 14, 1785…John Crank – 400 ac – on the north side of Mockeyson ridge, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774 – August 19, 1781

Page 324 – Christopher Ecklin, assignee of Charles Cock, assignee of Stockley Donnellson, assignee of John Lathun – 1000 ac – treasury warrant #8413 dated April 4, 1782 – in the fork of Trading Creek, a north branch of Powells river – corner to Charles Cock’s settlement right – to another survey or Cock’s – January 6, 1786

Page 324 – Robert Wallas – 258 ac – Commissioners Certificate – in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River – corner to John Christian – corner to John Trousdale – on the south side of the Valley knobs – May 12, 1785…Robert Wallas, assignee of John Trousdale, assignee of William Simmons, assignee of Grabriel Scott, assignee of John Patterson – 400 ac – in the Rich Valley – 150 ac surveyed December 9, 1774, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773 – August 17, 1781

Page 324 – James Moore, assignee of John Huston – 210 ac – treasury warrant #19218 dated September 8, 1783 – on the head of Indian Creek and the head of Cedar Creek, the waters of Clinch River – corner to Adam Lash – by a large cave – survey of Patrick Kindrick – April 25, 1786

Page 324 – Daniel Parkins, assignee of Andrew Kincanon, assignee of John Lathem – 24 ac – treasury warrant #9053 dated November 21, 1781 – on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein River and joining the survey he now lives on – corner to James Tagart – by Indian run – September 24, 1786

Page 325 – Samuel Vanhook – 130 ac – treasury warrant #21257 dated December 12, 1783 – in Elk Garden on Cedar Creek the waters of Clinch River – beginning corner to William Hutson – on Ennor Brownings line – in an Island of Cedar Creek – November 29, 1785

Page 325 – Thomas Colly – 350 ac – treasury warrant – on the north side of the Copper Ridge opposite the glade hollow joining John Carns land in the east side – near a path – warrant #12954 dated July 18, 1783 – May 9, 1785

Page 325 – Isaac Vanhook – 96 ac – treasury warrant #14384 dated September 24, 1782 – in the Elk Garden on the north side of Cedar Creek the waters of Clinch River – corner to Samuel Vanhook – on William Cope Heir & c – corner James Shoemaker – November 28, 1785

Page 325 – William Walker – 355 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the Laurel fork of Holstein River – on a precipice by the said fork – by a path at a spring – along the foot of Piny Mountain by said path – in a swamp by the river – by the Valley path – on a spur of the flatt mountain – January 2, 1786… William Walker, assignee of James Crabtree, assignee of John Newlan, assignee of Henry Dougherty – 400 ac – on the Laurel fork a branch of the north fork of Holstein river, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773 – September 3, 1782

Page 325 – Peter Rowling – 148 ac – on both sides of Abrahams Creek, the waters of the north fork of Holstein River – Commissioners Certificate – on the west bank of Abrahams Creek – on the top of Walkers Mountain – January 11, 1786… John Pheps, assignee of the widow Lee, assignee of Benjamin Maiden, assignee of Abraham Ellis – 400 ac – on the north fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1774 – September 1, 1781…Assigned to Peter Rowland. Test: R. Preston

Page 326 – Charles Hays – 80 ac – treasury warrant dated April 24, 1782 #11789 – on both sides of Big Cedar Creek, the waters of Clinch River – on James Scots line – by the big road to Hays old survey – March 20, 1786

Page 326 – Jacob Crabtree – 170 ac – treasury warrant dated March 21, 1783 #15152 – on the waters of Clinch River and on the north side of McClenahans Elk Garden tract – on the south side of Priests Mountain – March 24, 1786

Page 326 – William Robeson – 400 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the north side of Powells River and on both sides of Yellow Creek – corner to George Moss’s settlement right – crossing the mouth of Yellow Creek – March 22, 1786…William Robeson, assignee of William Elmsis – 400 ac at the mouth of Yellow Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775 – August 23, 1781

Page 326 – William Robeson – 300 ac – Preemption warrant #2465, dated June 14, 1783 – on the north side of Powells River and joining his settlement right on the lower end – beginning on the bank of the river below the mouth of Yellow creek on a line of the settlement right – March 22, 1786

Page 327 – Thomas Price, Jr – 100 ac – treasury warrant #2088 dated April 4, 1782 – in the Elk Garden on the waters of Cedar Creek, waters of Clinch River – corner to Thomas Hendricks – by a spring near the road that leads to the head of Clinch – by a spring – April 29, 1786

Page 327 – Francis Price – 21 ac – treasury warrant – in the Elk Garden on a branch of Mill Creek waters of Clinch River – beginning on the west side of Richard Price’s land – warrant dated September 8, 1783 #19218 – March 21, 1786

Page 327 – Ruben Price – 50 ac – treasury warrant – in the Elk Garden on the head of Mill Creek, the waters of Clinch river – near Richard Price’s corner – near the house – at the foot of a spur of Clinch Mountain – warrant dated September 8, 1783 #19218 – March 21, 1786

Page 327 – Daniel Price – 25 ac – treasury warrant – in the Elk Garden near the head of Mill Creek, the waters of Clinch River – warrant dated September 8, 1783 #19218 – March 22, 1786

Page 327 – Richard Price, Jr. – 110 ac – treasury warrant – in the Elk Garden on both sides of Priests Creek, the waters of Clinch River – corner to Richard Price Sr. – at the foot of Priests Mountain – warrant dated September er8, 1783 #19218 – September 10, 1785

Page 327 – Thomas Johnson – 87 ac – treasury warrant #19218 dated September 8, 1783 in the New Garden in a bent of the north fork of Clinch River – beginning near a ford of the river – by the river corner of Charles Neal’s survey – April 27, 1786

Page 327 – William Walker – 186 ac – treasury warrant #6495 dated September 13, 1781 – on the Laurel fork of Holstein River – by the fork corner to his adjacent survey – in the bent of the river – at the foot of Piney Mountain – by a path – in a gap of said mountain – in the fork of Laurel branch by a path – January 3, 1786

Page 328 – James Smith – 30 ac – treasury warrant #19218 dated September 8, 1783 – on the head of Little Holstein – beginning on a spur of Walkers Mountain near a spring – on Hugh Johnsons line – near a path – August 21, 1786

Page 328 – James Hignite – 400 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the waters of Spring Creek, a branch of Holstein River – corner to the land George Berry lived on – by a path – corner to James MONTGOMERY – by a branch at the foot of the knobs – May 5, 1786…David Carr, assignee of Samuel McChesney, assignee of John Johnson, assignee of Elija Smith, assignee of John Fain – 400 ac -on the waters of Spring Creek, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776 – August 25, 1781

Page 328 – James Hignite – 100 ac – treasury warrant dated February 12, 1782 #2025 – on the waters of Spring Creek, a branch of Holstein River – corner to Samuel McChesney – corner to Hignite’s settlement – by a branch at the foot of the little knobs – in a gap of the knobs – May 5, 1786

Page 328 – Revd. Charles Cummings – 73 ac – on the north fork of Holstein River – treasury warrant dated February 2, 1782 #8197 – January 17, 1786

Page 328 – John Watts Crunk – 60 ac – on both sides of Clinch River – treasury warrant dated December 20, 1781 #1963 – corner Benjamin Pendleton’s ending corner – by the Kentucky road – on the north bank of Clinch River – February 13, 1786

Page 329 – Samuel Haddox – 400 ac – on both sides of Clinch River – Commissioners Certificate – by the road that leads up the river – on the west bank of stony creek – February 9, 1786…John Blackamore – 400 ac – at the mouth of stony creek on the north side of Clinch being part of 518 ac surveyed for JOHN March 25, 1774 – actual settlement made in 1773 – August 20, 1781

Page 329 – Samuel Haddox – 180 ac – on both sides of Clinch River adjoining his survey of 400 ac on the upper end – Commissioners Certificate – by the side of the road that goes up the river – on the west bank of stony creek – February 9, 1786

Page 329 – Samuel Haddox – 220 ac on both sides of Clinch river – Commissioners Certificate – on the north bank of Clinch River – February 9, 1786…John Blackeymore – 400 ac – on the south side of Clinch River between the river hills and Copper Creek ridge, includes his improvement of 200 ac surveyed March 29, 1774 – August 21, 1781…Assigned to Samuel Haddox. Signed: John Blackeymore

Page 330 – Peter Alley – 140 ac – on the waters of Copper Creek, the waters of Clinch River – treasury warrant dated December 20, 1781 #1963 – February 14, 1786

Page 330 – Edmond Smith – 100 ac – in the Hunters Valley – Commissioners Certificate – March 9, 1786…Edmond Smith, assignee of John Hays – 150 ac – on the sinking spring in the Hunter’s Valley Stanton Creek – includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1773 – August 21, 1781

Page 330 – George Gibson – 400 ac – in Powells Valley on the waters of Indian Creek, the waters of Powells River – Commissioners Certificate – beginning at the foot of Cumberland Mountain – on the Kentucky road – crossing the road twice – along the foot of Cumberland Mountain – December 8, 1785…Ambrose Fletcher – 400 ac by settlement made in 1775 – in Powells Valley and known by the name of the Indian old field – August 11, 1781…Assigned to George Gibson August 10, 1785. Signed: Ambrs Fletcher

Page 330 – Thomas Alley – 60 ac – on both sides of Copper Creek at the mouth of Grassy Creek, the waters of Clinch River – treasury warrant dated December 20, 1781 #1963 – beginning on a ridge on the north side of Copper Creek – by a glade – February 15, 1786

Page 331 – Jacob Fulkerson – 477 ac – on both sides of Cove Creek, the waters of the north fork of Holstein River – treasury warrant dated August 8, 1782 #13741 – on a spur above the north fork of Holstein River – up the north fork – corner to Peter Livingston – February 3, 1786

Page 331 – Moses Dameral – 80 ac – on the gravelly lick branch, the waters of big lick creek, the waters of Clinch River – treasury warrant – March 13, 1786

Page 331 – John Lethim – 170 ac – on the waters of Smoots branch, the waters of Ceder Creek, a branch of Clinch River – treasury warrant dated November 21, 1781 #9049 – April 28, 1786

Page 331 – John Lathim – 150 ac – on the waters of the Glade hollow branch between William Smith’s survey and Cornelius Roberts – treasury warrant dated November 21, 1781 #9049 – corner to Roberts survey – corner to Smith – April 28, 1786

Page 331 – John Lathim – 90 ac – at the mouth of Becks branch the waters of Clinch River – treasury warrant dated November 21, 1781 #9049 – beginning on the northwest side of Becks branch – on the river ridge – corner to Cornelius Roberts – April 29, 1786

Page 331 – Stephen Bailey – 60 ac – on the waters of Moore’s Creek, the waters of the north fork of Holstein River – treasury warrant – by the side of his improvement – crossing a path – on the north side of Walkers Mountain – January 10, 1786

Page 332 – Revd. Charles Cummings – 140 ac – in Prices Valley – treasury warrant dated February 2, 1782 #8197 – March 9, 1786

Page 332 – Samuel Porter – 40 ac – adjoining the survey Patrick Porter lives on and Amos Ellords also – treasury warrant #1236 – on brushey ridge – February 16,

Page 332 – Thomas Skidmore – 167 ac – on a branch of Little Mockison, the waters of Big Mockison, branch of the north fork of Holstein River – treasury warrant – warrant dated April 4, 1782 #8417 – November 24, 1785

Page 332 – Meshack Statia – 30 ac – on both sides of the Glade hollow branch between his survey that he lives on and Richard Henderson – treasury warrant dated May 29, 1786 #16637 – corner to his old survey – crossing the glade hollow branch – March 30, 1786

Page 332 – Samuel Scott – 100 ac – in the Rich Valley, adjoining Hugh Bryson’s survey in said Valley – treasury warrant dated June 4, 1782 #12158 – corner to Bryson’s land – February 20, 1786

Page 332 – James Green – 280 ac – on the north side of Clinch River – Commissioners Certificate – beginning on the south side of the river – March 10, 1786…James Green – 400 ac – actual settlement made in 1772 = on the north side of Clinch at the mouth of Sinking Creek – August 8, 1781

Page 333 – Thomas Wallin 400 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the west side of Clinch River – beginning on the bank of Stock Creek – along the foot of the knobs – November 26, 1785…William Rogers – 400 ac – at the mouth of Stock Creek and on Clinch River – includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1776 – September 4, 1782…Assigned to Thomas Wallin. Signed: Robert Preston

Page 333 – William Gill – 220 ac – on both sides of Sorrels creek, the waters of Clinch River – treasury warrant dated June 14, 1782 #12288 – up the north fork of the creek – March 11, 1786

Page 333 – Walter Preston – 110 ac – on the waters of Sinking Creek, a branch of Clinch river adjoining Edward Stapleton’s survey – treasury warrant #11014 – in the head of the Sawpit hollow – near the turkey pen hollow – March 30, 1786

Page 333 – Stephen Osburn – 44 ac – on the north side of Clinch River, adjoining his other survey he now lives on – treasury warrant #1963 – February 10, 1786

Page 333 – Jeremiah Picket – 74 ac – on both sides of Sinking Creek, the waters of Clinch River – treasury warrant dated May 19, 1783 – by a spring – corner to widow Coils survey – corner to Bustard’s land – April 29, 1786

Page 334 – Benjamin Penalton – 70 ac – on both sides of Clinch River -treasury warrant dated December 20, 1781 #1963 – February 13, 1786

Page 334 – James Moore – 176 ac – treasury warrant #1968 dated December 20, 1781 – in Ray’s Valley on the Sinking waters, the waters of the north fork of Clinch River – by a sinking branch corner to Joseph Ray – near a sinking branch – April 20, 1786

Page 334 – Joseph Hatfield – 50 ac – treasury warrant – #1254 dated December 29, 1780 – in the New Garden on the head waters of Lewis’s Creek, the waters of Clinch River – near the big spring – July 7, 1785

Page 334 – Obadiah Hammon – 50 ac – treasury warrant #7566 dated October 25, 1781 – in the Big Cove on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River – November 6, 1786

Page 334 – John Breden – 300 ac – treasury warrant #21257 – on the north side of his settlement right on Clinch River – corner to his settlement right – by the ford of the river – crossing the river – by Thompson’s Creek – near the mouth of said creek – south side of the river hill – above the mouth of a branch – down the river – in the mouth of the gap of a ridge – by weavers creek – January 18, 1786

Page 335 – John Breden – 400 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on both sides of Clinch River below the New Garden – on the south side of the river corner to his adjacent survey – by a canebrake – by the ford of the river – by weavers creek – January 8, 1786…Samuel Vanhook & John Breden – 400 ac – on Clinch River at the mouth of Weavers Creek and on both sides the river – includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1775 – August 25, 1781…Assigned part to John Breden. Signed: Samuel Vanhook

Page 335 – John Breden – 100 ac – treasury warrant #14933 dated December 10, 1782 – on both sides of Clinch River adjoining his settlement right – on the south side of the river corner to Spencer Breden – corner to Laurence Vanhook – by the river bottom – by Weavers Creek – January 18, 1786

Page 335 – George Green – 220 ac – treasury warrant #1766 dated June 20, 1782 – on the head of Laurell Creek, the waters of the Maiden Spring Fork of Clinch River – by Laurell Creek – September 3, 1785

Page 335 – John Kincade – 514 ac – treasury warrant #12158 on Young’s Creek, the waters of the north fork of Holstein – in a little valley corner to Moses Keywood – corner to James Logan – down Keywood’s fork – in the fork of the creek – corner to his adjacent survey – December 29, 1785

Page 336 – Thomas Conway – 62 ac – treasury warrant – #12562 dated June 27, 1782 – in Boren’s Valley on the waters of Clinch River – on the north side of a ridge – by a spring – December 12, 1785

Page 336 – Charles McDonald, assignee of John Christian, assignee of Thomas Scott – 170 ac – commissioners Certificate – in the Rich Valley on the waters of the North Fork of Holstein – corner to John Kincade – May 12, 1785

Page 336 – David Robinson, assignee of James Perry, assignee of Peter Anderson, assignee of William Wilkinso, assignee of Aaron Lewis – 125 ac – treasury warrant #1960 dated December 20, 1781 – in the New Garden on Whitesides fork of Thompsons Creek, the waters of Clinch River – on the east side of the gap of a ridge – September,

Page 336 – William Buckrell – 138 ac – treasury warrant #19632 – on the south fork of Walkers Creek, waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River – beginning on the north side of said creek at the foot of Walkers Mountain at the mouth of a gully – on a spur of the brushy mountain – on a spur of Walkers Mountain – October 20, 1786

Page 336 – Roland McReynolds – 140 ac – treasury warrant #19632 dated September 27, 1783 – on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein River – corner to John Talar – on the south side of a ridge near the creek – corner to John Anderson – on Philips land – October 20, 1786

Page 337 – Henry Kounts – 330 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on the north side of the Middle Fork of Holstein River – beginning by a branch on Samuel White’s line – lines of the heirs of General Campbell – near Henry Kounts’ house – by the river on Michael Montgomery’s line – June 10, 1786…Richard Holliett & John Woolsey, assignee of William McElheney – 400 ac – on the north side of the Middle Fork of Holstein, includes improvements, actual settlement made in 1771 – August 1, 1781…Assigned to Richard Holliott on December 26, 1781. Witness: Ezekiel Abell & Hugh Jackson. Signed: John Wollsey…Assigned to Henry Kounts & Thomas Woolsey on September 23, 1786. Witness: James Moore. Signed: Richard Holliott…Assigned to Henry Kounts on September 24, 1786. Witness: James Moore. Signed: Thomas Woolsey

Page 337 – Abraham Heyter – 155 ac – treasury warrant #10022 dated December 20, 1781 – on the top of the Rich Mountain, on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River – beginning on the south side of said mountain – corner to James Dysart – May 6, 1785

Page 337 – Col. Arthur Campbell – 220 ac – treasury warrant #15031 dated December 23, 1782 – in the Rich Valley on the waters of the north fork of Holstein River – beginning corner to Robert Fowler – by Fowlers Mill Creek – corner to Jeremiah Harrison – by the Valley Road – corner to Nathan Richardson – on a spur of Walkers Mountain – November 8, 1786

Page 338 – James Moore & John Pickens – 180 ac – treasury warrant #16519 dated May 19, 1783 – on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River joining said Pickens & Andrew Smothers – corner to Smothers land – Pickens line – in the gap of a ridge –

Page 338 – Jacob Scaggs – 100 ac – treasury warrant – on the Sinking waters on the north side of Indian Creek, the waters of Clinch River – corner to Henry Smith’s land – by a path – by the road that leads to the head of Clinch – assignee of Simon Cockrell – April 24, 1786

Page 338 – William Crabtree – 90 ac – treasury warrant – #22949 dated December 24, 1783 – on Beever Creek, the waters of the north fork of Holstein River – beginning on the east side of said creek corner to Crabtree’s old survey – corner to John Simmons – corner to Moses Belsher – by a path on Matthias Nickols line – October 26, 1786

Page 338 – Zachariah Scaggs – 100 ac – treasury warrant #17147 dated June 13, 1783 – on Indian Creek, the waters of Clinch River – beginning on the north side of said creek near a path – on the top of a knob in the forks of Indian Creek – near the Blue Spring – April 24, 1786

Page 338 – John Horton – 70 ac – treasury warrant dated September 8, 1783 #19218 – on the upper fork of Indian Creek, the waters of Clinch River between Adam Lath, Patrick Kindrick – beginning by a path – March 15, 1786

Page 338 – Richard Price – 48 ac – treasury warrant #1954 – on the south side of the upper end of said Price’s former survey on Priest’s Creek, the waters of Clinch River – beginning corner to his other survey – on the north side of the upper end of Priests Mountain – March 25, 1786

Page 339 – Thomas Johnston – 246 ac – treasury warrant #11394 dated March 12, 1782 – on little Rye Grass Mountain and on the head of the South fork of Ceder Creek, the waters of Clinch River – beginning on the south side of said mountain – by the upper lick branch – in the fork of the Ash Log Branch – December 3, 1785

Page 339 – Robert Fowler – 78 ac – treasury warrant – in the Rich Valley on the head of Mill Creek, the waters of the north fork of Holstein River – beginning on John Campbell’s line – by Mill creek – on the foot of a spur of Walkers Mountain – April 4, 1786

Page 339 – Jesse Gray – 130 ac – treasury warrant – #12165 dated June 4, 1782 – in a gap of Kent’s Ridge where Henry Smith cleared a path and on the waters of Clinch River – beginning on the east side of the gap – across the gap – by the old path – December 13, 1785

Page 339 – Benjamin Allen – 50 ac – treasury warrant – in the Rich Valley on the waters of the North Fork of Holstein – beginning on a spur of Walker’s Mountain – line of Walkers survey that leads to a branch of the blue spring – by a Sugar Camp – warrant #11782 – January 9, 1786

Page 339 – William Rogers – 95 ac – treasury warrant – in the Richlands on the north side of the North fork of Clinch – beginning on Samuel Fowlers Heirs & c line – corner to John Fowler – near the Ford? hill creek – warrant #12562 dated June 27, 1782 – December 12, 1785

Page 340 – John Morris – 68 ac – treasury warrant – in the New Garden on the waters of Thompsons Creek, the waters of Clinch River and known by the name of the Little Clover Bottom – beginning near a path – by Brusses? branch – in the spring branch – warrant #19218 – March 1, 1786

Page 340 – John Kincade – 140 ac – Commissioners Certificate – on Young’s Creek, the waters of the north fork of Holstein – beginning in a bent of said creek near a path – line of his adjacent survey – December 28, 1785

Page 340 – Samuel Robertson – 123 ac – treasury warrant – on the Rich Mountain at an old crossing in the gap of the Mountain and joining James Dysart – beginning on the south side of the mountain – on the top of the mountain corner to James Dysart – by the old path – May 6, 1785

Page 340 – Hamlet Patterson – 110 ac – treasury warrant #19218 dated September 8, 1783 – on the head of the south fork of Cedar Creek, the waters of Clinch River – beginning near a large spring – April 27, 1786

Page 340 – William Kendrick – 90 ac – treasury warrant #19218 dated September 8, 1783 – in the fork of Indian Creek, the waters of Clinch River and near his former survey – March 13, 1786

Page 340 – William Cope, heir & c – 370 ac – treasury warrant – in the Elk Garden on the north side of Cedar Creek, the waters of Clinch River – corner to James Shoemaker – by a path – warrant #19218 – March 2, 1786

Page 341 – William Bustard – 70 ac – treasury warrant – on the head of the south fork of Ceder Creek, the waters of Clinch River, joining Thomas Johnston – beginning by the south fork – on the top of the lick ridge – at the foot of a spur of Clinch Mountain – warrant #19218 – January 20, 1786