The earliest land records have been abstracted and published (see Books and Lookup Volunteers section); these are only a couple that are probably beyond the scope of those being published.
From Tobias RUDICILL and w/ Louisa, Joseph GREENWOOD and w/ Maria Margaret, and Nicholas FEESER and w/ Elizabeth – descendants of Lodwick ENGLEMAN, now deceased. Tracts – Coal Kiln, 50 acres, next to Adam SEAMAN’s Chestnut Spring; pt Chestnut Spring, 100 acres, next to Friendship; and pt Resurvey on Black Oak Hill, 56 ˝ acres, lying on small draught of Little Pipe Creek next to Friendship.
Written on 7 Dec 1801 to Elizabeth MYERS (Nicolas DILL, guardian) and Mary MYERS, John MYERS, Esta MYERS, Eve MYERS, Philip WANSETLER and Peter ENGLE (John LAURTER, guardian of all these) ………from Catharine MYERS, widow of Henry MYERS Division of Henry’s property; George YANDIS to survey; signed by Joseph WELLS, Peter SHRINER and Adam MARKEL. Three tracts; widow’s dower laid out in each section: 1. Resurvey on Henry’s Loss; widow’s 1/3 dower of 40 acres leaving 130 acres; 2. ___________, 13 acres for widow’s 1/3 leaving 26 acres; 3. Resurvey on Mt Pleasant, 8 acres for widow leaving 16 acres; conveyed by Adam MARKEL, trustee to Henry MYERS, next to Michael WALTERS.