1832 Land Grant - Frederick Reeves
ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE State of Georgia, PASSED IN MILLEDGEVILLE AT AN ANNUAL SESSION IN NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER, 1832.
RESOLUTIONS WHICH ORIGINATED IN THE SENATE.
1832 Vol. 1 — Page: 234
Sequential Number: 178
IN SENATE, Dec. 17, 1832.
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And whereas, the state's interest in fraudulent lot number eighteen in the third district of Walton, was sold at public
sale by the sheriff of said county on the fourth day of January, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, when Frederick Reeves became the highest bidder and obtained a certificate to that effect from the said sheriff; and whereas, the said Reeves has paid up the whole of said purchase money. Wherefore,
Be it it resolved, That the Governor cause a grant to issue to the said Reeves, for the state's half of said lot number eighteen, in the third district of Walton county.
Read and agreed to.
THOMAS STOCKS, President.
Attest, I. L. HARRIS, Secretary.
In the House of Representatives,
Read and concurred in, Dec. 22, 1832.
ASBURY HULL, Speaker.
Attest, R. W. CARNES, Clerk.
WILSON LUMPKIN, Governor.
Approval Date: Approved, Dec. 24, 1832.