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Greathouse of Anson County, NC
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Greathouse kith and kin records found in the county:
1750, Mar 17 Mar - [17 March 1749/1750] ANSON created from BLADEN; western boundary limit was indefinite. (N.C. Recs., ch. 2, secs. 1-2/33:343-344)
1753, Mar 27 - ANSON lost to creation of ROWAN, and gained from unorganized territory; western boundary limit remained indefinite. (N.C. Recs., ch. 7, secs. 1-2/23:390)
1754, Apr 8 - Creation of ANSON repealed by King George II, in Privy Council. (N.C. Recs., ch. 9, sec. 1/23:445-446)
1755, Jan 23 - Land: John & Elizabeth Hall to John Van Houser, 100 acres
John & Elizabeth Hall sold 100 acres along S. W. Pee Dee River to John Vanhouser.
1755, Jan 24 - Land: John & Elizabeth Hall to John Van Houser, 200 acres
John & Elizabeth Hall sold 200 acres along S. W. Pee Dee River to John Vanhouser.
1756, Sep 1 - ANSON re-created by the legislature in response to the Crown Instructions of 1 July 1755 (authorizing reenactment of the creations repealed on 8 April 1754). (N.C. Recs., ch. 9, sec. 2/23:446)
1758, Jul 1 - Land: Jacob Greathouse, 200 acres
Jacob Greathouse obtained a land warrant for 200 acres, along S. W. Pee Dee River.
1762, Jan 21 - Will: John Vanhouser
Article: 1762 - Will: John Vanhouser
1763 - Tax List: Return of Thomas Ffrohock
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