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Catalog Number MS 763-01-01-01
Object Name Deed
Scope & Content The papers consist of a deed for property in Chatham County, Georgia, formerly the property of Governor James Wright, January 9, 1783. Samuel Stirk was the highest bidder on the confiscated estate. The second item is a letter from Samuel Stirk to the President of the Executive Council, Stephen Heard, on June 15, 1784. Stirk asks for an opinion on the procedure regarding Charles Watts who was named in the Bill of Confiscation and Banishment.
Creator Stirk, Samuel, 1756-1793
Title Deed, Commissioners of Confiscated Estates to Samuel Stirk as highest bidder a tract in Chatham County, Georgia, formerly the property of Governor James Wright, January 9, 1783. Plat annexed. 5 p. DS. Certified copy made May 17, 1852.
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Collection Samuel Stirk deed and letter
Subjects Heard, Stephen, 1740-1815.
Stirk, Samuel, 1756-1793.
Watts, Charles.
Wright, James, Sir, 1716-1785.
Procedure (Law)
Real property--Georgia--Chatham County.
Deeds.
People Wright, James, Sir, 1716-1785
Heard, Stephen, 1740-1815.
Stirk, Samuel, 1756-1793.
Watts, Charles.