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Gatlin Deeds

Georgia

 Randolph County, Georgia -1838
EDWARD GATLIN of Talbot County, Georgia sold to JAMES McMULLEN  of Randolph County, Georgia. Lot #105, 4th District. Witnesses were: William Dickson, D.C. Mound, J.I.C. Dec. 20, 1837 Proved in court Nov. 26, 1838.


Kentucky

 Gatlin deeds-Grantee index, Hopkins County, Ky


North Carolina

   Gatlin Deeds - Craven Co Grantee Index

   Gatlin Deeds-Grantor Index Craven Co



 

  Amy Gatlin, 1800 Craven County


  Edward Gatlin Jr. to Lazarus Gatlin 1769 Craven Co, NC


  Elizabeth Gatlin, 1797, Craven County
Gives land to her Grandsons Abner & Shadrack Gatlin. Witnessed by Lazarus, Baron & Mary Gatlin.


  James Gatlin to daughter Sidney West -1794 Craven County


  James Gatlin to John Harris 1795 Craven County


  Gatlin & Roe Deed, 1815, Craven County


  Hardy Gatlin Heirs, 1814 Craven Co
This is a deed concerning, among others, the Gatlins who had moved to Georgia.


 James Gatlin from John Smith 1783 Craven County


 James Gatlin to Lucas J. Benners 1798 Craven Co


John Gatlin 1683 Albemarle Co.
Joseph Chew and Wife Elizabeth deed to John Gatlin for land on ye west side of Richahock Creek
Dated March 15, 1683-84
Testators: Thomas Cullen Jr., John Lewis, William Gatlin
 Source: NC Historical and Genealogical Register
    Vol. 1, page 613 Published 1901.
From loose papers of Albemarle Co. at Edenton.


 Martha Marble has generously consented to allow me to put this record on the Gatlin page. It is from the USGenWeb Archives. The complete abstraction of the Sasser Family Land Papers is Here

John Gatlin - 1745 Lenoir Co.
     This record shows that the Land Grant received by John Gatlin in 1740 was sold by him  to John Sasser in 1745.
7 April 1774 - JOHN SASSER of Dobbs to JOHN SASSER, Jr. son - natural love and affection - parcels being in Dobbs Co - 400 acres - ES Little River - mouth of Jumping Run, on river - by patent to JOHN GATLIN 17 March 1740 - and by said JOHN GATLIN conveyed to JOHN SASSER 17 December 1745
WIT  THOS GRAY,  R. CASWELL
To Court April Term 1774 on oath of RICHARD CASWELL   M. CASWELL, Clerk
Enrolled Dobbs Liver A p 220 1 May 1774   Wm. CASWELL, Regr


 Martha Marble has generously consented to allow me to put this record on the Gatlin page. It is from one of the many records she has transcribed for the USGenWeb Archives. The complete abstraction of the Lovitt Hines Collection is Here

John Gatlin - 1806 Lenoir Co.
      On May 1, 1806 John Gatlin and his wife Susanna of Lenoir Co, NC sold to William Lovick of Lenoir Co.for 262 pounds, 2 parcels of land which were originally granted to Richard Caswell.. Located on the North Side of the Neuse River, East side of Adkins Branch adjacent Stronger Potts, Benajah White,Thomas Dicks patent line-now John Washington's line and William White-66 Acres. Another tract starting at Dick's third corner, Low's corner now Whites corner and Thomas Dick-65 Acres.
  Signed Jno Gatlin and Susanna Gatlin
  Witness D. Caswell and Richd Caswell


 John Gatlin Jr. 1771 Craven County

 John Gatlin to Moses Gatlin 1790 Craven County

 Lazarus Gatlin Deed, 1773, Craven County, NC

 Lazarus Gatlin Deed, 1805, Craven County, NC

 Lazarus Gatlin deed 1806 Craven Co, NC

 Pearce/Pierce Gatlin 1794 Craven County, NC

 William Gatlin 1770 Craven County, NC

 William Gatlin, 1770 #2, Craven County

 William Gatlin to David Gatlin 1791 Craven County


Tennessee

James Gatlin - Davidson Co., TN 1796

John Gatlin - Sumner Co, TN 1794

John Gatlin - Sumner County, TN 1798
 


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