Pipkin Family Association

Joseph Pipkin Land Grant, 10 Nov 1779

Secretary of State Land Grant Office
Warrants, Plats, etc. - Dobbs County

No. 1344
County - Dobbs
Name - Joseph Pipkin
Acres - 200
Grant No. - 200
Issued - 10 Nov 1779
Warrant No. - [blank]
Entry No. - 245
Entered - 1 May 1778
Book No. - 29
Page No. - 400
Location - On the north side of Falling Creek

No. 245
Richard Caswell, Jun.
Entry Officer of Claims for Lands in the County of Dobbs

To the Surveyor of the said County, Greeting,

You are hereby required, as soon as may be, to lay off and survey, for Joseph Pipkin a Tract or Parcel of Land, containing two hundred and fifty Acres, lying in the County aforesaid, Begining at Benjamin Jernigans line Joining Jesse Musgrave Joseph Session & Stephen Pipkins lines.

Observing the Directions of the Act of Assembly in such Case made and provided for running out Lands. Two just and fair Plans of such Survey, with a proper Certificate annexed to each, you are to transmit, with this Warrant, to the Secretary's Office without Delay.

Given under my Hand at Kingston
the first Day of May Anno
Dom. 1778
Rich'd Caswell Jun'r

Survey'd for Joseph Pipkin a plantation contain'g Two hundred acres Land in Dobbs County on the North side falling Creek. Begining at a Gum John Bizzel's Corner & runs North forty Seven poles to a pine in Rob't Eaches line, then with his North fifty five West one hundred fifty eight poles to a white oak his Corner, then his line North thirty five East one hundred & thirty poles to a pine Jos. Sessions Corner then with his North forty five West Two hundred & seventy poles to a red Oak his Corner then with John Bryan's line South Seventy Seven West thirty two poles to a Hickory his Corner, then with Rd. Cogdell's line South thirty Eight East one hundred forty seven poles to a pine his Corner, then with his other line South ten East One hundred Eighty & two poles to a pine in Lewis Pipkin's line, then to the begining.
C Markland, Surv'r

Willis Pipkin } CC
Joseph Sessions }

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