Fifth Survey District of Tennessee Grants 1-800, Volume A 1807-1812


One of the early survey books of Tennessee, this volume covers land sales and tracts from 1807 through 1812 in Anderson, Grainger, Jefferson, Claiborne, Knox and Sevier Counties. Each grant is listed numerically and reflects the name of owner, number of acres, location of land and in many cases, neighbors. Also included are the dates of the Warrants and/or grants and maps of Anderson County (1801), Boundaries of Knox County (1792-1946), and map of Tennessee.


Joseph Cobb enters 640 acres in Grainger County in the north side of Clinch Mountain on the head (of) Puncheon Camp Creek and Williams Creek adjoining John Bunch and Thoma King, where Edward Clark now lives, including a spring on Copper Ridge and Acuff's improvement. War. #5 for 640 Acres. Entered 3 Aug. 1807, Joseph Cobb. Withdrawn by order of J. Cobb, 13 Nov. 1809.

Diane E. Pedersen

8.5" x 11", Maps, Full Name Index, Soft Cover, 100 pp.

ISBN: 9780788491498