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Georgia Land Grant: Lot 307, Troup County

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Georgia Land Grant: Lot 307, Troup County
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1827. Lot 307, 220.5 acres, fifth district, Troup County for second quality oak and hickory land, as noted on the survey. The lot is somewhat near the town of LaGrange, Troup County on the western border of Georgia along the road from Atlanta to Montgomery, Alabama. Awarded to John Sandafur of Morgan County, probably near Madison. Signed by EH Pierce, surveyor general. The survey is dated January 13, 1827 and was deeded 1828. Signed by Georgia Governor John Forsyth, namesake of Forsyth County, and other of the important gold counties. Medallion attached by pink ribbon at bottom. The medallion is fairly dark, with a medium strike. (Al Adams Gold Rush Memorabilia Collection) Date: 1827 Location: Troup County, Georgia HWAC# 57040