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Warrantees of Land - Published Pennsylvania Archives 3rd Series, Vol XXIV - XXVI

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Warrantees of Land

PA Archives 3rd Series, Vol XXIV - XXVI

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Volumes XXIV-XXVI of the Third Series Published Pennsylvania Archives contain the Warrantee Lists for 44 Pennsylvania counties. Warrantees are listed by county along with the number of acres and the date of warrant. Warrants were issued when land owned by the Penn family or later the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania was turned over to private individuals. The following is a list of counties included in this 3 volume set:
  - Armstrong 1801-1884
  - Bedford 1771-1893
  - Berks 1752-1890
  - Blair 1846-1890
  - Bradford 1812-1896
  - Bucks 1733-1889
  - Centre 1801-1891
  - Chester 1733-1858
  - Clarion 1841-1879
  - Clearfield 1806-1896
  - Clinton 1839-1893
  - Cumberland 1750-1874
  - Dauphin 1785-1895
  - Elk 1848-1893
  - Forest 1858-1891
  - Franklin 1784-1895
  - Fulton 1850-1896
  - Greene 1795-1894
  - Huntingdon 1787-1889
  - Indiana 1805-1894
  - Juniata 1833-1891
  - Lackawanna 1886-1896
  - Lancaster 1733-1896
  - Lawrence 1850-1883
  - Lebanon 1813-1889
  - Lehigh 1814-1892
  - Luzerne 1787-1896
  - Lycoming 1795-1896
  - McKean 1818-1892
  - Montour 1850-1877
  - Northampton 1752-1886
  - Northumberland 1772-1892
  - Northumberland Lottery 1785
  - Perry 1821-1892
  - Philadelphia County 1733-1866
  - Pike 1815-1883
  - Schuylkill 1811-1890
  - Snyder 1855-1892
  - Sullivan 1854-1871
  - Susquehanna 1814-1885
  - Tioga 1807-1878
  - Washington 1784-1892
  - Wayne 1803-1890
  - Westmoreland 1773-1892
  - Wyoming 1847-1895
  - Last Purchase 1785-1806.

Volumes XXIV-XXVI were transcribed from the original Warrant Registers. Specific information on warrant number or book and page numbers of the survey or patent which would assist in locating the original records were not included in Volumes XXIV-XXVI and further research will be required. An introduction by Jonathan R. Stayer to this 3 volume set is included. His introduction describes the Land Warrant system and provides guidance on locating original records. Please note Donation Lands for Revolutionary War veterans were not a part of Volumes XXIV-XXVI of the Third Series of the Pennsylvania. (2517pp)

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PA Archives, 3rd Series, Volume XXIV from Warrantees of Land - Published Pennsylvania Archives 3rd Series, Vol XXIV - XXVI PA Archives, 3rd Series, Volume XXIV   (William Henry Egle, M. D; Wm. Stanley Ray, State Printer; 1898)
PA Archives, 3rd Series, Volume XXV from Warrantees of Land - Published Pennsylvania Archives 3rd Series, Vol XXIV - XXVI PA Archives, 3rd Series, Volume XXV   (William Henry Egle, M. D; Wm. Stanley Ray, State Printer; 1898)
PA Archives, 3rd Series, Volume XXVI from Warrantees of Land - Published Pennsylvania Archives 3rd Series, Vol XXIV - XXVI PA Archives, 3rd Series, Volume XXVI   (William Henry Egle, M. D; Wm. Stanley Ray, State Printer; 1898)
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