Prince George's County, Maryland, Land Records 1769-1772: Liber AA 2

Prince George's County, Maryland, Land Records 1769-1772: Liber AA 2

by Michael R Marshall

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All 567 documents in Prince George's County, Maryland, Land Records Book AA 2 - Maryland Archives microfilm CR 49527-2 (MSA CE65-21) recorded during the period of August 1769 through March 1772 and includes the earliest recording for town lots in Carrollsburgh and Hamburgh.

• Hamburgh, was located on land which is now part of the District of Columbia, on the Potomack River near Constitution Avenue and formed out of a tract called "Widows Mite"with town lots sold in 1771 to mostly non-Britons.

• Carrollsburgh, was founded in 1771 by Charles Carroll and was located at Buzzard's Point, now in southwest Washington, D.C from tracts "Dunnington Manor" and "Dunnington Pasture" containing 160 acres and beginning at the northwest side of the Eastern Branch of Potomack River near the east side of the mouth of St. James Creek with the 268 town lots chosen by a lottery.


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ISBN-13: 9781974636112
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/16/2017
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.47(d)

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