Land Patent to Daniel Garret
300 Tyrrell precinct
His Excelly John Lord Carteret Palatin and the rest of the true and Absolute Lords Proprs. of Carolina To all to whom these presents shall come Greeting In our Lord God Everlasting Know ye that we the said Lords and absolute Proprietors according to our great Deed of Grant bearing date the first day of May Anno Dom 1668 under our Hands and great Seal of Our said Province Do hereby Give and Grant unto Daniel Garret of our said County a tract of Land Containing Three hundred acres lying in Tyrrell precinct which land was formerly granted by Patent to James Barrow and by him Elapsed for not seating & planting thereon and is now become due to the sd. Daniel Garret by Virtue of an order of Councel
To have & to hold the sd. Land Given under the Seal of the Colony the 14th day of Sepr. An. Dom 1730. Witness our Trusty and well beloved Sir Richard Everhard Bart. Governor of No. Carolina and the rest of our Trusty & well beloved Councellors who have hereunto Sett their hands. Richd. Everard, C. Gale, Lovick, Jno. Palin, J. Worley, Rd. Sanderson, Edmd. Gale.
Source: Albemarle County Records; Vol. 2; pg. 51 [Microfilm C.002.10001]
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