George L Tackett (1830-65)

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*12 April 1855 - M.E.Tackett to G.L.Tackett  "to my brother and his wife", 240 acres, for love and affection and $50  Deed Book M, Pg. 629
 
*12 April 1855 - M.E.Tackett to G.L.Tackett  "to my brother and his wife", 240 acres, for love and affection and $50  Deed Book M, Pg. 629
  
On Apr 2, 1860 two Tackett brothers and possibly their father went to the land office in Helena to purchase land in Arkansas County.
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On Apr 2, 1860 at the land office in Helena are these grants to purchase land in Arkansas County:
  
 
As "George L Tackett of Phillips County", he entered [http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Detail.asp?Accession=AR1760%5F%5F%2E377&Index=7&QryID=64266%2E45&DetailTab=2 160 acres by Cash Entry] at NW S33-T6S-R2W.  He also enters 160 acres at NE S32-T6S-R2W, again by Cash Entry.  However on this document he calls himself "George L Tackett of Arkansas County".  These two pieces touch each other, forming a rectangle.
 
As "George L Tackett of Phillips County", he entered [http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Detail.asp?Accession=AR1760%5F%5F%2E377&Index=7&QryID=64266%2E45&DetailTab=2 160 acres by Cash Entry] at NW S33-T6S-R2W.  He also enters 160 acres at NE S32-T6S-R2W, again by Cash Entry.  However on this document he calls himself "George L Tackett of Arkansas County".  These two pieces touch each other, forming a rectangle.

Revision as of 19:41, 2 June 2007

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