* Searchable data for 216,000 land grants including names, dates and locations for years 1663 through 1960.
* Included in the total are 10,000 grants issued by North Carolina in what is now Tennessee
* Images of all 205 existing Land Patent Books with complete metes and bounds for each patent
* Images of loose documents (surveys, warrants, receipts) for Caswell, Mecklenburg, Orange, Person, Wake, and Wilkes Counties
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Convert ancient measurments such as rods and poles to modern.
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