A Guide to the Land Grant, 1797 May 29 Land Grant MS 2000.90 1X

A Guide to the Land Grant, 1797 May 29

A Collection in the
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation`s
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library
Manuscript Number MS 2000.90 1X


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Repository
John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
Manuscript Number
MS 2000.90 1X
Title
Land Grant 1797 May 29
Physical Characteristics
1 item.
Creator
Virginia. Governor (1796-1799 : Wood)
Location
On site.
Language
English
Abstract

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Land Grant, Manuscript #MS 2000.90 1X, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Acquisition Information

Source unknown

Biographical/Historical Information

James Wood (1747 - 1813) was elected as Virginia's fourth governor in 1796, serving until 1799.

Scope and Content

Governor Wood grants Skidmore 32 acres of land in Pendleton County, Va. {now W. Va.} Signed by W{illia}m Price, Re{gister} L{and} Off{ice}. Printed form with manuscript insertions.

Arrangement

1 item.

Index Terms

    Persons:

  • Price, William
  • Skidmore, John, Sr.
  • Wood, James, 1741-1813
  • Corporate Names:

  • Virginia. Land Office
  • Subjects:

  • Governors-Virginia
  • Land grants-West Virginia-Pendleton County-History-18th century
  • Geographical Names:

  • Pendleton County (W. Va.)-History-18th century

Significant Persons Associated With the Collection

  • Price, William
  • Skidmore, John, Sr.
  • Wood, James, 1741-1813

Significant Places Associated With the Collection

  • Pendleton County (W. Va.)-History-18th century