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Last Updated on 8 Apr 2021

Last Updated on 8 Apr 2021

1798, David Harrell of Wythe County, VA

Added 6 May 2015

2 Nov 1798

William Ross, assignee of David Harrell, on a military warrant of 200 acres* issued to George Kindall, May 2, 1783, enters 200 acres on New River and the waters thereof, beginning corner to his own land and the bank of Macks Branch, and corner to land of James Jones, and to line of Joseph Russell ‘s land, and corner to Jacob Miller’s land.

Source: Wythe County, Virginia Land Entry Book 1, p. 54.

*This land was for service in the French and Indian War, not for the Revolutionary War. When Virginia began issuing military warrants for land for service in the Revolutionary War, that land was in Kentucky and Ohio, not in the current boundaries of Virginia. – Janie Z. Dillon

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