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INDEX,
Acosta, Domingo, Lake George, Mount Tucker, Mt. Royal, Addison, John, at Carrick Fergus, Tomoko, Alvarez, Joseph, Thomas' Swamp, Nassaw, Andrew, Antonio, North river, Arredondo, F. M. Jr., west of St. Sebastian's Atkinson. Andrew, North river, ^Do. do. Ship Yard, St. John's,
Do. do. Dunn's and Trout creek,
Atkinson, George, Spell's Swamp, Nassau, Do. do. Colonel Castle, St. John's,
A vice, Francis J Matanzas.
Do. and A. Gay. Indian river and Mosquito,
Do. do. St. Sebastian's*
Andrew, Robert. St. Diego, Andrew, John, North river, Atkinson, George, Fernandina, t)o. do. Fernandina,
Do. do. Fernandina,
Arredotido, F. M. Sen., Nassau, Arnau, Joseph, east and west side of North river, Arnau, Francis, North river, Ashton, Edward, Turnbull's creek, Alvarez, G^ronimo, Mosquito, Arnau, James, North river, Atkinson, George, F*inanilina, Do. do. Fernandina,
D do. Fernandina,
Anderson, George, Ferry, Totnoko, Alvarez, Geronirno, Fernandina, Do. do. Fermit.diim,
Arredondo, F. M, Jr., St. Augustine, Alexander, James do.
Arnau, Francis, north of the liues of St. Augustine, Arnau, Estevan, do. do.
Andrew, John du. do.
Atkinson, George, McGirt's creek, St. John's, Alvarez, Antonio, Big Hammock, wen of the St. John's, Acosta, Margaret, north of the lines ol St Augustine, Arredondo, F. M. Jr., several locations, Arredondo, F. M. Sen., and Moses E. Levy, Alligator creek, Arredondo. F. M. Sen., heirs of, Lake George,
B.
Brenan, Andrew, Black creek, St.John's, Berta. Mariano, North river, Bradley, James, Cedar Swamp, St. John's, Berne, William, Inellin^'s old field, St. John's, Do. do. Turkey Island, Nassau
No. Pack.
1 3
2 3
3 3
4 4
5 4
6 4
7 4
4
9 4
10 5
11 5
379 71
380 71
397 74
398 74
399 75
400 75
401 75
402 75
403 75
404 75
405 76
406 76
407 76
408 76
409 76
410 77
411 77
412 77
413 77
414 77
415 77
416 77
417 78
418 78
419 78
420 78
421 78
736 135
748 137
749 138
12 5
13 5
15 6
16 6
17 6
I*


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Brown, John Y, Idiot's Island, St. John's,
Bowdett, Moses* West Orange Grove. St. John's,
Bowden* Sarah, Julington, St. John's,
Bowden, Moses, St.,Antonio's Point, St. John's,
Bard in, William, do. do.
Braddock, John D., near St. Mary's,
Bar be, Francis, Cedar creek, Nassau,
Broward, Sarah, Doctor's Island & Pumpkin Hill creek
Broward, Charles, Big Cedar creek, St. John's,
Bellamy, Abraham, Funk's savanna, Nassau,
Bellamy, John, Little St. Mary's,
Do. do. Cow-ford, St..John's
Bagley, heirs of, Brown's Fort, Su John's,
Do. do. Goodman's lake, St. John's,
Bachelot, John, North Point, Amelia Island,
Do. do. White Point, Amelia Island,
Bunch, John, Tomoko,
Bethune, Farquhar, Cahbage Swamp, St. Mary's,
Do. do. Halifax river, Mosquito,
Black, Dorcas, Cow ford road,
Bind worth, John D, Deadman's Swamp,
Bolton, John, Mosquito,
Brindley, John G., Black creek, St. John's,
Branning, William, do. do.
Berta, Mariano, North river,
Briggs, Thomas, and John Robinson, Halifax river,
Bagley, Peier, Pottsburg creek,
Berrie, William, Nassau,
Bosley, James, Moultrie,
Bushnell, Eusebius, Twelve Mile Swamp,
Bulow, Charles W., Graham's Swamp and Halifax rivei
Bachelot, John, near Doctor's Island, Nassau,
Bethune, Farquhar, Fernandina, 3 lots,
Bonely, Joseph, North wharf of Mosquito,
'Setts, Samuel, Mosquito, .
Do. do. Mtttatizus,
Bergallo, Joseph, Thomas' Swamp, Nassau, Bethune, Farquhar, St. Domingo, St. John's, Brady, Francis* west of Trout creek, Bailey, David, heirs of, Hazard Bluff, Brant, Eugenia, Rose's Bluff, St. Mary's, Bailey, Lewis, Sen,, St. Mary's, Barton, Daniel L, Smith, St. John's, Branning, George, Black creek, *
Baya, Joseph, Mos^s, North river, Briggs, Cyrus, Lofton's creek, Nassau, Do. do. Pearson's Island, Nassau, Bunch, Elizabeth, Halifax river, Mosquito, Brown, John F., Clapboard creek, St. John's, Bethune, Farquhar, Feruandiua, Bethune & Sibbald, do. Bulow, Charles W., St. Augustine, several lots, Bagh-y, Francis, heirs of, Jolley's old field, Bailey, William, and Joseph Rain, Trout creek, Brown, John F., Dame's Point, St. John's,
&c.
No. Pagb.
18 6
19 6
20 6
21 7
22 7
23 7
24 7
25 7
26 8
27 8
28 8
29 8
30 8
31 9
32 9
33 9
34 9
35 9
36 10
37 10
38 10
39 10
40 10
41 10
42 10
43 11
381 71
382 72
383 72
384 72
422 78
423 79
424 79
427 79
428 79
429 80
430 80
431 80
432 80
433 80
434 81
435 81
436 81
437 81
438 81
439 81
440 81
441 82
442 82
443 82
444 82
445 82
236 45
285 54
737 135
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c.
Cocifacio, Pedro, Guana creek, North river, Do. do. N. and VV. of T venty Mile House,
Do. do. Deep creek, St. John's,
Carter, John, Trout creek, St. John's, Carter, Isaac, Nine Mile creek, St. John's, Carter, Isaac, Sen., Nassau, Cashen, Susannah, Old Township, St. Mary'g, Christopher, John, Nassau, Canovas, Antonio, near the Matanzas, Charles, Reuben, Nine Mile Spring-, Capo, Lorenzo, Twelve Mile Swamp, Clarke, Charles & George, Worcester, Matanzas, Clarke, James & George, Matanzas, Cala, Pedro R., Cabbage Swamp, Christopher, John, St. Carlos, St. John's, Do. do. Si. Maria, Nassau,
Cala, Pedro R., Hillsborough river, Mosquito, Cain, Elizabeth, near Picolata, Cavedo. John. Black creek,
Clarke, George 1. F. Ejjan's creek. Amelia Island, Do. do. Durbin's Swamp and Dunn's lake,
Cashen, Susannah, Tiger Island,
Do. do. Amelia Island and Cabbage Swamp
Do.
do.
Plum Orchard & Red Bay, Am. Island, 69, 70
Church, Catholic, Point Hope, St. Augustine, Clark*-, Archibald, Jolly's old field, St. John's Copp. Belton A., Palatka, Capo, Lorenzo, North river, Church, Catholic, St. Augustine, Clark. Samuel, Fernandina, .
Craig, William, Red Batik and St. Nicholas, Cocifaeio, Pedro, Donna Maria, Hog Town creek, Creyon, Lucas, Indian river and Mosquito, Cheves, Stephen, Tom Johnson, Matanzas, Creighton, Alexander, Julington creek, St. John's, Cashen, Susannah, Fleming's Island, St. John's, Collar, Levi, Pigeon creek, St. Mary's, Chairs, Benjamin,.St. Diego, Clar, G Capella, Lorenzo, north of the lines of St. Augustine, "Cook, Margaret, do. do.
Clarke, George 1. F., Lake George, McDougal's, Mosquito,
and Durbin's Swamp, Clinch, Duncan L., Chacalas Hammock, Alachua,
No. 44 45 46 47
48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58
59,60 61 62 63 64 65 66
67, 68
71
72 385 386 447 448 449,450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 560 461, 462 463 464 465 466 467 8 & 9 470 471,472
Page. 11 11 11
473 474
11 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 13
13,14 14
14 14 14 15 15 15 15 16 16 72 72 82 83 83 83 83 83 84 84 84 84 84 84 85 85 85 85 85 85 86 86 86
86 87


No.
Clarke, George I. F., Graham's Swamp, Matanzas, 475 Clarke, James, do. do. 476
Clinch, Duncan L., Twalve Mil- Swamp, . 477
Ctarke, Chas. & Geo., Johnson's Old Field, Emery's creek and
Durbin's Swamp, .... 478
Clarke, Charles VV., east side of Lake George, St. John's, 479 Clarke, Daniel, north, of Big Bend,.Durbin's Swamp, 480
Clarke. James, do. do. 481
Clarke, Thomas, Lang's Hammock, Alachua, 482
Christopher, Spic<*r S,, Si. Mary's river, . 704
Creighton, John, Pleym's Island, St. John's, . 705
Clarke, Charles W.. Chacalas Hammock, . 716
Clarke, George 1. F., west side of Lake.George, 717
Do. do. Lake George and White Spring, 728, 729
Chairs, Benjamin, et ah, Alachua, . 738
Dixon, John, Su Mary's, and Faulk's Bluff, St. Mary's, 73, 74 Dixon, fit!ward, Pigeon creek, Si, Alary's, . 75
Dew-ees, Andrew, Sr. Pablo, . 76
Dupont, Gjd^nn, Moultrie, .. 77
Pewees, Philip and Mary, Pa I ma Real, St. Diego, 78
Dexter, Horatio S., McCul'ough's Point, St. John's, 79
Do. and wifr, Mount Royal, St.John's, 80
Davis, Mary Ann, Key Biecayne, . .81
Do. do. St. John's road, Davis' creek, 376
Delespine, Joseph, Red H-use Branch, Deep creek, 387
Do. do. Red House Bt:aurh and Si; Sebastian's, 388
Del, Martha,, Brushy Swamp, St. Mary's, . 483
Drummond, William, Mr. Pleasant, Cedar creek, St. John's, 484 Drtny, Mills, Nassau, . ,
485
Daniels, William, St. Mary's, . 486
Dewees, Mary, Fernandina, 487
Dixon, John, Public road to St. Mary's, 488
Davis, Mary Ann, nor h of the lines of St. Augustine, 489, 490 Drummond, William, Mills' Ferry, St. Mary's, 697
Dupon, Pwl, Elba, Spring Garden, 7Q6
Delespine, Joseph, et ah, near Indian river, 750
Do. do. Indian river, 754
JSmralgo, John B., Big Spring, and Water Pen, 82, 83.
Do, do. Cedar Swamp creek, and Rollstown, 84,85,
Eubanks, Stephen, Trout creek, . ... 86 Eubanks, William* Burton's Island, Nassau, & Cedar creek, 87
Espinosa, Sebastian, Ulleridgeg, St. Diego, . 88
Estopa, Pedro, Stoel^deg. 89
Embara, Philip, Peayett's Swamp, 90
Estefanopoly, Nicholas, Wacamapokita, Suwanee, 91
JSckford, Henry, Mosquito, 92
JSrvin, James, Little St. Mary's, . 491
JEdge, John, julington creek, St. John's, 492
Estopa, f*edro, north of the lines of St. Augustine, 493
F.
Fitzpatrick, Sam's Hammock, Matanzas, .93
Fatio, Francis P., Beresford, St. John's, 94
Ferrer, B. de Castro y, St. Pablo, .95


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Fernandez, Domingo, Orange Grove, near Nassau, 96 20
Fatio, Philip, heirs of, MrGirt's creek, St. John's, 97 20
Fish, Jesse, Graham's Swamp, Matanzas, 98 20
Fleming, George, Fleming's Island, . 99 20
Fatio, Francis J., St. Sebastian's, . 100 20
Do. et ah, New Castle, St. John's, . 101 21
Forbes, John, & Co., Sr. Pablo, .102 21
Fatio, Francis J., St. John's, . 103 21
Ferrer, B. de Castro y, St. Pablo, .104 21
Fleming, George, Langley Bryan and Coco Swamp, 105 22
Fitzpatrick, Valentine, Graham's Swamp, Matanzas, 106 22
Floyd, Davis, New VVaterford, North river, 107 22
Floyd, John, North river, . 108 22
Fitzpatrick, William, Cedar Point, St. John's, 109 22
Fernandez, Domingo, Dunn's creek, St. John's 110 22
Do. do. Amelia Island, . 111,112 23
Do. do. near Nassau, 113 23
Ferrer, B. de Castro y, Three Runs, Pablo, . 114 23
Fernandez, Domingo, Amelia Island", . 115 23
Ferguson, A. E Harmony Hall, St John's, . 116 24
Do. do. Sans Souci, Sr. John's, ; 117 24
Ferrer, B. de Casrro y, St. Pablo, . 118 24
Ferguson, A E., Turkey Hill, St.. John's, ... 119 24'
Frazer, John. Roundabout, St. Mary's, . 120 24
Eerreyra, Francis, north of the old lines of St. Augustine, 121 24
Faulk, John. Muiberry Grove, S;. John's, . 122 24
Forhes, John, Cabbage Swamp, St. Mary's, . 123 25
Fontan-, Mary. Moultrie, .124 25
iFounhard, Peter, Indian river, . 389 73
Fairbanks, Samuel, et ah, St. Antonio's Point, St.John's, 390 73
Do. do. Orange Grove, Durbin's Swamp, 391 73
?Do. at>d Joseph S. Sanchez, Santafe, . 392 73
Fuertes, Ramon de, St. Auguetine, . 494 91
Fairbanks, Samuel, do. 495 91
Fleming, George, Fernandina, . 496 91
Fernandez, Domingo, Fernandina, . 497 91
Bo. do. Fernandina, . 498,499 92
Do, do. near Nassau, . 500 92
Do. do. Myrtle Grove, Amelia Island, 501 92
Do. do. Willow Pond, Amelia Island, 502 92
Forrester, Gerard, Chichester, St. John's, 503 98
Fontan. Marialio, North river, . 504 93
Fatio, Francis J., Sampson creek, St. John's, 505 93
Do. do. Emery's creek, Matanzas, . 506 93
Tox, William, Baker, S~. Mary's, .507 93
Fallany, James, Matanzas, . 508 93
Faulk,4 John, Sheron, St. John's, 509 93
Fallis, Arbena, Fernandina, . 510 94
Fusha, Francisca, north of the lines of St. Augustine, 511 94
Do. do. Macariz, . 512 94
Fatio, Francis J., et alM New Castle, St. John's, 513 94
Ferreyra, Francis, south of Cape Florida, Key Bacas, 514 94
Fitch, Thomas, heirs of, St. Diego, W. of road to St. Pablo, 698 123
Do. do. Spring Garden, St. John's, 699 124


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Fitch, Thomas, heirs of, PengreeVoId field, St. John's, Do. do. Bt Diego-,
Do. do. St. Diego Plains,
Do. do. river Halifax, Mosquito^
Do. do. Mount Oswald, Mosquito,
Fleming, Sophia, et al., river St Sebastian's, Fatio, Francis P., New Switzerland, Fenwick. Joseph, Trout creek, Fallis, Susan, White Oak river, Nassau, Fernandez, Stephen D., several locations, Forbes, John, heirs of, Nassau,
G.
Gianopoly. George, Twele Mile Swamp, Gomez. Nicholas, Ross' Plantation, Mosquito, Gibbs. ehaniah C., Warren, St. Diego,
Gilbert, Robert, Matanzas, Griffith, Cornelius, Nassau, Gaunt, Joseph. .
Gianopoly, John, Macariz, Do. do. do.
Do. do. Twelve Mile Swamp, .
Govan, Andrew R Forrester's Plantation, St. John's, Gardiner, William. Linton, St John's, Griffith, Cornelius. Mills' creek, St lohn's, Guibert, Lewis. Cedar Head, St.. John's, Gay, Antelin, Twelve Mile Swamp, .
po. do. Wilson's Swamp,
jpo do. St. Vincente Ferrer,
Do. do. Twelve Mile Swamp, Do do. do.
Do do. R<>ss' Plantation,
Do. do. St Augustine, .
Griffith, Cornelius. Trout creek, St.. John's, Gay, Antelin, Fernandina, Gunby, Levin, Dame's Point, St. John's, Gomez, Inez. Jack Wright, St John's Gianopoly, Emanuel, Twelve Mile Swamp, Go< dwin, Francis, Strawberry Hill, St. John's, Gibson. Edward R., Moultrie, Garcia, John, heirs of. St John's, Gould, Elias B., St. Augustine, Do. do Big Bend, Durbin's Swamp,
Garvin, William, Flounder creek, Indian river, and Youngblood
Hammock, Alaehua, Gay A., and F J Avice, Indian river and Mosquito, Gilbert, Robert, and S. Fairbanks, St. Antonio's Point, St. Johns Gaudry, John Baptist, South Spring Garden, Gomez, Eusebio M Santa Lucia and Jupiter Island, Gibson, William, et al., Nassau river,
II.
Hernandez, Joseph M Northwest Branch of Matanzas, Harrison, Samuel, Seymour's Point, Nassau, Hindsman, Anthony. Vraguey. North river, Hill, Christina. Casina Loca, St. Diego, Hanian, Abraham, Little Grove, St. John's, Henning, George, Bell's river, St. Mary's,
No. 700 701 703 703 718 725 733 739 740 747 751
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125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
370
371
377
378
393
394
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526 379 390 707 726 734
133 139 140 141 142 143
Page. 124 124 124 .124 128 130 134 135 135 137 138
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25
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26
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26
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27
27
27
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69
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71
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73
74
94
94
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96 71 73 125 131 134
27
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No.
Hipuelos, Catalina J., Big Hammock, west of the St. John's, 144
Hobkirk, William, St. Mary's, .... 145
Han ham, James R., North river, . 146
Hobkirk, William, Bell's creek, St. Mary's, 147
Hogans, John R,, St. John's, 148
Hagens, Mrs., Miami river, near Cap Florida. . 149
Hagens, Joseph, Julington creek, St. John's, 150
Hartley, Henry, St. Jonn's, . 151
Hartley, Frederick, Julington Creek, St John's, 152
Hernandez, Joseph M,, an Island, Matanzas, . 153
Do. do. Old Chimneys, Mosquito, . 154
Hogans, Zachariah, McCoy's creek, St John's, 155
Harrison, Samuel, west point of Amelia Island. . 156
Do. do* Amelia Island, . 157
Hagens, James, Miami river, near Cape Florida, . 158
Hartley, George, Julington creek, St. John's, . 159
Hartley, William, Will's Swamp, St. John's, . 160
Hendrick's, Isaac, near the Cow-ford, St. John's, . 161
Hartley, Frederick, Six Mile creek, St. John's, . 162
Hernandez, Joseph M Graham's Swamp, Matanzas, 163
Hutchison, Robert, McGirks creek, St. John's, . 164
Hutchison, James, an Island, Indian river . 165
Hendrick's, Isaac, McCoy's creek, St. John's. . 166
Houston, John,Talbot Island, . 167
Do. do. do. . 168
Do. do. do. . 169
Hernandez, Joseph M Matanzas, . 170
Hendricks, Isaac, Pottsburg, St. John's, . 171
Do. do. St Nicholas, St. John's, . 172
Hernandez, Joseph M., Mala Compra, Matanzas, . 173
Hutchison, Robert, Little St. Mary's, . 174
Hernandez, Martin, Ferry, or St Sebastian.. . 175
Hart, William, St Diego," . 176
Houston, John, Talbot Island, 177
Hudnall, Ezekiel, Falk, St. John's, .178
Hurlbert, Daniel, Pass of Navarro, 179
Hernandez, Martin, St. Augustine, . 180
Higginbottom, Joseph, Spell's Swamp, St. Mary's, . 181
Higginbottom, Elisha, Gutterey s, Little St. Mary's, 182
Hutchison, Robert, McGirt's creek, St.John's, . 183
Hudnall, Ezekiel, bet ween Pottsburg and St. Pablo, 184 Do. do. Pumpkin Bluff, Nassau, and Bockham Hammock, 185
Hall, James, Julington and Durbin's, St. John's, . 186
Hudnall, Ezekiel, opposite St. Nicholas, St. John's, 187
v Hendricks, Isaac, near Philip Dell, St. ohn's, . 188
Hogans, Reuben, near St. Nicholas, St. John's, . 374
Hogans, Charles, Hendrick s creek, St. John's, . 375
Hernandez, Joseph M Bugh's Hammock, Matanzas, 395
Houston, John, Mills Branch, Nassau, . 527
Do. do. Half-moon Bluff, Nassau, . 528
Do. do. Cain's Swamp, Nassau, . 529
Harrison, Robert, Nassau, 530
Hobkirk, William, Fernandina, . 531
Hibberson & Young, do. . 532
Do. do. do. . 533
Do. do- do. ; 534'
Do. do. do. # 535
Haddock, Zachariah, Mills' Ferry, St. Mary's, . 536
Hogans, Zachariah, south of Trout creek, 537


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No. Pag iir
Hagens, John, near Pigeon creek, St. Mary's, . 538 98
Higginbottom, Burrous, Sondag's Bluff, St- Mary's, 539 98
Hull, Ambrose, Col. Plumer, St. John's, 540 98
Do. do. near Col. Plunder's, . 541 93
Hudnall, Ezekiel, Beach Hammock, Amelia Island, 542 98
Hero, or Herault, John, Deep creek, . 543 98
Hull, Ambrose, Turnbull's Swamp and Hammock, 544 99
Harvey, William, Cunninghaxh's creek & Sander's, St. John's, 545 99
Do. do. Trout creek, . 546 99
Haddock, Zachariah, Bailey's Plantation, St. Mary's, 547 99
Hendricks, Isaac, Green Mount, St. John's, . 548 100
Hendrick's, William, Inconstancia, Nassau, . 549 100
Hogans, Reuben, Modgin's, Little St. Mary's,, . 550 100
Hogans, Charles, Hendricks creek. St. John's, . 551 100
Hughes, Elizabeth, Camp Pinckney, St. Mary's, . 552 100
Haddock, Joseph, Cabbage Swamp, St Mary's, . 553 100
Hogans. William, Jumping Gulley, Little St. Mary's, 554 100
Huertas, Antonio, St. Sebastiarv's, 555 101
IiollingswoFth, William, Goodbey's lake, St- John's, 556 101
Hurlbert, Daniel, Araguey's road, 557 101
Do. do. do. *. .558 101
Hagens, Joseph, Julington creek, St. Johns, . 559 101
Hall, James, Red Bank and St. Nicholas, St. John's, 560, 661 101
Hudnall, Ezekiel, Jolly's old field, St John's, . 562 101
Hogans, Eleanor, Little Pottsburg, St. John's, . 563 IO&
Hernandez, Joseph, north of the lines of St. Augustine, 564 102*
Hernandez, Josepli M., Penman's Plantation, Mosquito, 565 102
Henderson, Raymond A,, Six Mile creek, St. John's, 708 126
Hudnall, Ezekiel, heirs of, opposite Drayton's Island, 709 126
Hurlbert, Daniel; south oi St Augustine, . 710 126
Huertas, ^ntonio, Six Mile creek, S' John s, 724 1301
Do. do. Twelve miles south of Lake George, 727 131"
Hernandez, Joseph M-, several tracts, . 731 133
Huertas, John, do. . 732 133
Hallowes, Louisa, (See Francis P Fatio,) 733 134
Hill, Charles, St. Mark's, near St. Augustine,. . 741 136
I.
Ingersol Stephen ivi., Nine Mile Spring, . 189 36
Do, do Twelve Mile Swamp, 190 36
James, James, Julington, StJohns, . 191 36
Jones, John, Trout creek, St. John's, 566 102
K.
Kunner, Mary, Smith's Point and creek, Mosquito, 192 37
Kingsley, Ann M Dunn's lake, and near Creighton^St. John's, 193 37
Kingstey, Zephaniah, Saw-mill creek, St. John's, 194 37
Do. do. opposite Dunn's creek, St. John's, 195 37
Do. do. Twelve Mile Swamp, . 196 38
Do. do. St Mary's, 197 38
Do. do. Doctor's creek, St John's, . 198 38
Do. do. St. Vicente Ferrer, St John's, 199 38
Do. do. Dryiun's Island, S; John's, . 200 38
Do- do. St. Viceine, or St John's Bluff, 201 39
Do. do Laurel Grove and Spring, Cook, and Buen
Suceso, .202 39
King. Thomas, live-oak landing, St. Mary's, . 203 39
Kingsley, Zephaniah, Fernandina, f . 567 102
Do. do. do.- 568 102
1


Kershaw, John, Governor Grant, North river, Kingsley, Zephaniah, Higginbottom's Bluff, St. Mary's, Bto. do. Fort George Island, St. John's, .
Da. do. St. Joseph, St. John's,
King, Thomas, St. Mary's,
Kehr, John D., Fernandina,
L^wis, Frankee, New river, north of Cape Florida,
LeHvis, Jonathan, south of Miami river,
Lftfw, John, Bell's old field, St. Mary's, .
Laiie, WilUatQ, Trout creek, St. John's,
Leath, Hartwell, Big creek, St. Mary's,
Levy, Moses E., St. Diego,
Lofton, William and John, between Nassaw & St. Mary's, Do* do. Nassaw,
Larcey, Joseph, Water Pond, Six Mile & Cedar creeks, Lofton, William and John, Julington, Sr. John's, Do. do. between the Nassaw & St. Mary's,
Do. do. Cabbage Spot, Amelia island,
feoVe, Charles, Sr Mary's, Leeount, John, St. John's,
Lewis, Polly, S. of Miami river, near Cape Florida, Low, John, Bell's river, St. Mary's, Lasseter, Reuben, St. Mary's, Long, Jesse, Nealy's creek,
Lang, Isaac, Lang's Plantation, Little St. Mary's, Lamb, Thomas, Two .Sisters' Bluff, Amelia Island, Long, Georg", heirs f, Graham's cre< k, Matanzas, Lorenzo, John,north of the lines of St. Augustine, Lopez, Bartholom , do. do.
Leslie, Flora* near St. Augustine, Letfy, Moses E., Lake Valdez and Long Lake, Do. do. 12 mil^s from Lake George,
Do. do. Big Spring, St. John's,
Do. do. 5 miles east of Spring Garden,
Do. do Chacalas Hammock, Alachua,
No.
569 570 671 572 573 574
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
575
576
577
578
579
580
581
582
711
719
720
721
722
723
Levy, Moses E., and heirs of F. M. Arredondo, Alligator town, 748
Levy, Moses E west side of the St, John's, . 753
M.
McDonell, F. D., John Stout, Matanzas, . 219
McCully, William, St. Mary's, . .220
Miles, Francis, North river, . 221
Do. do. Terios, St. John's, . 222
Middleton, John, Si. John's, . .223
Mizell's, Jehu, Bran 1v Branch, St. Mary's, . 224
Martin, Henry B., Mosquito, . 225
Mestre, Peter, head of North river, . 226
Martin, George W., Big Swamp, St. John's, . 227
MeKtre, Bartholome, Thompson's Branch, Matanzas, 228
Monteroi Antonio, Macariz, . 229
Miranda, Pedro, Bernard, St. John's, . 230
Moy, Thomas, Bow's Bluff, St. Mary's, 231
Pao.
102 103 103 103 103 103
40 40 40 40 40 4(1 41 41 41
41 42 42 42 42 103 104 104 104-104 104 104 104 126 129 129 129 130 130 137 139
42 42 42 43 43 43 43 43 43 44 44 44 44


X
Murray, Jane, McDougal's Plantation, Mosquito, Mattair, Lewis, *
McDowall & Black, Lmle lake, St. John's, Mattair, Lewis, St. Ramon, St. Pahlo, Miller, D. S. HM Jolly's field, St. John's, McMurrain, Frederick, Wilder's old field, St. Mary'i, Minchin, Christopher, Durbin's Swamp, McHardy, Robert, Tomoko,
Marshall, Thereza, North river, McFee, Constance, Liberty Hall, St. John's, Miranda, Peter, North river, Middleton, John, Fernandina, Do. do. do.
Do. do. do.
Marin, Francis, Cabbage Hammock, St. John's, McQueen, John, St. Pablo,
McHardy, Carolina E MeDougal's and Bisset's, Mosqt McDowall & Black, Graham's Swamp, Matanzas, Mills, Maria, Johnson's creek, Matanzas, Mestre, Barfbolome M., He Imes, or Savanico, Matanzas, Miranda, Peter, Momsford, Little Su Mary's, McDowall & Black, Spring Garden, St John's, McQueen, John, Euan's creek, Amelia Island, Mariineiy, Geronima, Guana creek and North river, Mills, Maria, Fernandina,
Mcintosh, John H., Mulberry Grove, Sr. John's, McGin, James, Bell's creek, St. Mary's, Do. do. Mantiaduke Bell's, Nassau,
Do. do. Martin's Island, Sr. Mary's, .
Medicis, Francis, et a I.,
Murat, Achilles, Moses creek, Matanzas, ? Miller, Robert, Martin's Islam!, St. Mary's, Mills, Maria, Fernandina,
Mitchell, Robert, Miehell's Grove, St. Augustine, McDowall & Black, Graham's Swamp, Malanzas, Mcintosh, John H., McGinV creek, St. John's, Meers, Samuel, heirs of, Tiger Island, Miranda, Peter, Matanzas,
McHardy, Robert, Assignee of. Apreeile's Spring, Su J
Nt
Nobles, Hannah, Wills' Swamp, St. John's, Do. do. Beauclere's BInft; Sr. John's,
Nelson, William, below Mills' Ferry, am* near Nassau,S Napier, Thomas, Turnbuil's Swamp, Mosquito, Noda, Joseph, north nf ihe lines of St. Augustine, Napier, Thomas, McDouual's, Mosquito, Do. do. Chacalas Hammock and Flounder cree
O.
Oliver, John, Dunn's lake, Si. John's, Ortega, Lazaro, North river,
Ormond, James and Emanuel, Damietta, Mosquito, O'NeaJ, Margaret, Lanford creek, St. Mary's, Do. do. do.
Page.
.232 44
233 44
234 45
235 45
236 45
237 45
238 45
239 46
240 46
241 46
372 70
583 104
584 104
585 105
586 105
587 105
>, -588 105
589 106
590 106
591 106
592 106
593 106
594 106
595 107
596 107
597 107
598 107
599 107
600 107
601 107
602 108
603 108
604 108
605 108
606 108
607 109
66 15
637 114
n's, 752 138
242 46
243 46
lary's,244 47
245 47
608, 609 109
610 109
611,612 109
246 47
247 47
248 47
249 47
250 48


ouveros, Raphael, north of Doctor's lake, Su John's, 6i3
O'Neal, William, Lanford creek, St. Mary's* . 614
O'Neal, Margaret, do. do. 615
P.
fcerpall, G. W., Capuaca roa Palmar, G.org^ F. HMil Oliver, St. Diego, . 252
JPrevatt, Jusepht Turne* ' Swamp, St. Mary's, 253
Pr^v.Jij Thomas, Si. Mary's, . 254
Peilrdci*, Francis, Ma'anzas, 255
Proctor, Antpoio, 5 miles west of St. Augustine, 256
Potis, Mathiae, Casapullg, Matanzas, 257
Pons, Pe er, Mills' Swamp, Nassau, . 258
Pengree, William, Doctor's lake. St. John's, 259
Pengree, Rebecca, Cunningham creek, St. John's, 260
Plommer, Prudenent, Montpelher, St. John's, 261
Plummer, James, Ju-ington creek, Sr. John's, 262
i*euy, Srah, Little Orange Grove, Si- John's, 263
Papy, Joseph, east of Picolata, Si. John's, . 264
Papy, Miguei, Deep creek, Si. John's, . 265
Pi*y. Andres, Most-* creek, Matanzas, . 266
Pahmr, George F. and Oliver, Spruce creek, Mosquito, 267
Pickett, Seymour, Hodgins, LitU Sr. Mary's, 268
Do. do. Hillsborough river, Mosquito, 269
F^evin, Andrew, Doctor's lake, Sr. John's, . 270
Priichard, Robert, Jacksonville, St. John's, . 271
Petty, Sarah, Julington, & Hi-h Mount, St. Mary's, 272, 273
Do/ do. Houston, St. Mary's, . 274
Pn-*!., Gabriel, Black creek, Sr. John's, . 275
Pencil, G. W., Turnbull's Swamp, . 276
Do. do. Sao ^ Hammock, Matanzas, . 277 Do. do, an Island, Matanzas, & opposite Rollstown, 278,279
Do. do. opposite Mourn Oswald, Mosquito, 358
Do. do. Spin's Hairimoek, Matanzas, . 359
o. do. north'of St. Augustine, . 360
Do. do. St, Sebastian's, . 361
Do, do. Turnbull's Swamp, . 362
Do. do. Buett Retiro-aud an Island, Matanzas, 363,364
Do. do. Big Hammock, west ot the Sr. John's, 365
Peavett, Joseph, near rhe Three Run??, St. Pablo, 366
Do. do. St. Pablo, and near the Three Runs, 367,368
Do. do. Julington, and Durbin's Swamp, 369
Papy, Ann, Tomoko, .... 616
Paredes, Juana, North river, . 617
Do. do. Marshall's, North river, . 618
Pons, Antonio, north of Mosquito bar, 619 P?rpall, G. W., Little Inlet, Matanzas, & N. of Augustine, 620, 621
Pickett, Seymour, Trout creek, . 622
Pritchard, Robert, Goodman's lake, St. John's, 623
Pelor, James, Eagle's field, Amelia Island, . 624
Pritchard, Eleanor, Beauclere's Blufli St. John's, 625
Papy, Andrew, Fort St. Diego, . 626
Pacesy, Andrew, Armstrong Branch, . 627
Pacety, Andrew, north of the lines of St. Augustine, 628
Perchcman, John, river Okiliwaha, . 712


No. Pa*e.
Richard, Francis, Branchester, St. John's, . 280 53
Do. do. Park and Santa Isabel, St. John'*, 281,282 53
Riz, James, et a!., Picolata, St. John's, . 283 53
Rushing, John G., Dunn's creek, St. John's, . 884 54
Rain, Joseph, and VV. Bailey, Trout creek, . 285 54
Robinson, Eliza, Stockades, . 373 70
Reyes, Joseph B, Moultrie, # 396 74
Rodriguez, Thereza, Big Spring, . 629 113
Reyes, Domingo, east of Spring Garden, St. John's, 630 113
Richard, Francis, Pottsburg creek, St. John's, 31 113
Do. do. Boggy Branch and Strawberry HiJI, 632,633* 113
Richard, John B., Pottsburg creek, St. John's, 634 113
Rose, James, Peavett's Swamp, . 635 1J4
Richard, Francis, Dudley's, St. John's, . 636 114
Robiou, Charles, Maranzas, 637 114
Rodriguez, Santos, Dunn's lake, St. John's, . 638 114
Richard, Francis, L*ke George, St. John's, . 639 114
Rouse, James, St. Mary's, 640 114
Rowls, Colton, Trout creek, St. John's, . 641 115
Rodriguez, Domingo, Fernandina, 642 115
Ro?ero, Antonio, north of the lines of St. Augustine, 643 115
Rodriguez, Nicholas, Eseolta rreek, Anastacia Island, 644 115
Robinson, John, and Thomas Briggs, Halifax river, Mosquito, 43 11
Rodriguez, Maria R., Fernandina, . 676 120
Itichard, Francis, Cedar Swamp, near St. John's Bluff, 735 134
S.
Sanchez, Francis X., heirs of, Anastacia Island, 286 54
"Sanchez, Francis P., St. Diego, . 287 54
Siimmerall, Joseph, William's creek, Nassau, 288 54
Do. do. Juliriffron rreek, St. John's, 289 55
Do. do. Long Bluff, Sr. Mary's, . 290 55
Sanchez, Joseph, Gabardy's canal, Mosquito, ^ 291 55
Sanchez, Francis P., Ship Yard, St. John's, 292 55
Sabate, Pablo, St. Diego, 293 55
Suarez, Antonio, Black Point, Amelia Island, 294 55
Spark man, Levi, Little Trout creek, St.John's, 295 56
Silcock, John, head of Nassau, . 296 56
Segui, Agrueda, Deep creek, St. Pablo, 297 56
Segui. Bernardo, Mosquito, . 298 56
Seton, Charles, Aaron's, St. Mary's, . 299 56
Do. do. Houston's Swamp and Roundabout, Nassau, 300 56
Standley, Shadrach, St. Mary's, . 301 57
Seron, Charles, Sample's Swamp, Nassau, . 302 57
Smith, Mary, Saw-pit Bluff, and Nassau, . 303,304 5/
Sanchez, Francis P., Mcintosh's causeway, Little St. Mary's, 305 57
Do. do. Dunn's lake, . 306 57
Do. do. road to the Bluff, North river, 307 58
Spark man, William, Boggy Swamp, road to St. Mary's, 308 58
Summerall, Joseph, Sekey's Bluff, St. John's, 309 58
Sanchez, Francis P., Wills' Swamp, St. John's, 310 58
Do. do. Big Hammock, west of the St. John's, 311 58
Shepherd, Robert, near New Smyrna, Mosquito, 312 59
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XIII
Sanchez, Francis X., heirs of, Hog Mount, St. Diego, Sanchez,'Francis P., Moultrie, and Penman's Swamp, Sevelly, Peter, northwest of St. Augustine, Sanchez. Nicholas, St Diego, Sanchez, Ramon, Ship Yard, St. John s, Sanchez. Francis P St. Dieo-o, Sanchez, Francis X., heirs of, St. Diego, Scurry, David, Goodbey's lake, St. John's, Sanchez. Francis R., Santafe, Smith, J. Allen, St. Augustine, Sibbald, Charles. Cabbage Swamp, St. Mary's, Solana, Philip, Two Sisters, St. Diego, alom, Juan, heirs of, Montpelliar* St. John's, Sanchez, Nicholas, St Diego, Sanchez, John M.. St. Joseph, St. John's, Sanchez, Joseph, Macariz. . ,
Sanchez, Joseph S., St. Diego, Seton, Charles, Pelot's Island St, John's, Segui, John Macariz, Sterling, Francis, Sim's, head of Nassau, Solana, Manuel, Solana Ferry, St. Sebastian's, Simpson, John, St. John's,
Scofield. Margaret, Springfield, Twelve Mile Swamp, Sanchez, Joseph S Capuaca and Torope, North river, Stafford, Ellis, Dunn's creek, St Mary's, Sharber, James, Calico Hill, St. Mary's, Sabate, Pablo, Caracolo, North river, Solana, Philip, Moultrie,
Scipio (a free negro) Six Mile creek, St! John's, Segui, John, St lgrnatio. North river, Sanchez. Francis r Okiliwaha. St. John's, Smi-h, Hannah, Santa Lucia, North river. Smith, Josiah, Spell's old field, Nassau. Siteock William, Wills' creek, St. John's, Solana, Bartholomew Cypress Swamp, St John's, Solana, Magdalena, Six Mile creek, St John's, Silcox, Wade, Thomas' Swamp, Nassau, Segui, Bernardo, Fernandina, Scott, Maua R Fernandina, Smith, Josiah, Pt. Augustine,
Solana, Philip, north of the lines of St. Augustine, Summerall, Joseph. Julington creek. Smith, Hannah, between Buena Vista and Deep creek, Segui, Bernardo, Tokay, Indian river, Seton, Charles, Nassau, ?
Sibbald, Charles F,, Trout and Six Mile creeks, Simonton, John W et ah, one of the Florida Keys,
T.
Travers, William, et al Man's old field, North river, Travers, Thomas, heirs,of. St Patrick, St. John's, Do. do. St. Patrick and Glorat, St. John's,
Do do. Penman's Swamp,
Do. do, Peavett's Swamp,
Trop, John, Fitzhartley's Bluff, Nassau, Tucker, Andrew, Black Hammock, Nassau, Trope, Pedro, Mosquito, Tate, Sarah, Bryan's old field, St, John's, Todd, Lindsay, Mosquito, Do. do. Cedar creek, St. John's,
No. Page.
3J3 59
314,315 59
316 59
317,318 59
319 -60
320 60
321 60
322 60
645 115
646,647 115
648 116
649 116
650 116
651 116
652 116
653 117
654 117
655 117
656 117
657 117
658 117
659 117
660 113
661 118
662 118
663 118
6G4 118
665 118
6C6 118
' 667 119
663 119
669 119
670 119
671 119
672 119
673 119
674 119
675 120
676 120
677 120
678 120
713 127
714 127
742 136
743 136
744 136
745 136
323 61
324 61
325. 326 61
'327 61
328 62
' 329 62
330 62
331 62
679 120
680 120
681 121


XIV
Travers, Thomas, heirs of, St. Thomas, St. John's, Todd, Lindsay, Fernandina,
Turner, Edward, north of Trout creek, St. John's, Teran, Francis D south point of Amelia Island, Triay, Francis north of the lines of St Augustine,
U Uptigrove, John, Lofton's Peach Orchard, Nassau, Underwood, Jehu, Black'creek, St. Mary's, Vaughan, John D:, Lofton's creek. Nassau, Do. d > Amelia Island,
Woodruff, Elihu, et al., RoJIstown, St. John's, Worthington xSamuel. Pigeon creek, St. Mary's, Wingate. John. Lofton'* Swamp, Nassau, Wales.. Joseph McDougrnls, Mosquito, "White. Joseph F Mosquito, "Wilds, Nathaniel, Lofton's creek, Nassau1, Waterman, E., Waterman's Bluff & Brown's creek, Wanton, Edward M near Picolata, Do do. Picolata Ferrv, St. John's,
Do. do, Toleson's Branch, do.
Do do Wanton's Inland, do--
White, Joseph F,, Matanzas, Woods, Francis. Mills' ^wump, Nassau, Wilds Nathaniel, Reuben, St Mary's,. Weadman. i'hilip. Picolata road, Walker, Robert Mosquito, Walker. William, Cypress Grove, Nassau, Williams. William. Spring Garden, St John's, Do. do New Smyrna, Mosquito,
Waterman, E., McQueen's Savanna, St Mary's, Do do. Mills' Swamp, do
Watson, Jonathan, Trout creek, St John's, Walker, James, below Camp Pincknev, St. Mary's Whitmore, Robert, Goodman's lake, St.. iohn's. White. Joseph F St. Augustine, Weightman, Richard, Lake George, St. John's, Williamson. John P., river Halifax, Mosquito, Wilson, Samuel, Trout creek, St. John's, Waterman, Eleazer, Jolly, St. Mary's,
Y.
Tonge, Henry, near Sondag's Bluff, S'. Mary's,
Do do. Little and Big St. Mary's, m
Yonge, Philip R., Twelve Mile Swamp,
Yonge, Henry, St Mary's,
Do do. Fernandina,
Yonge, Philip R., Long lake. St. John's,
St. Mary
No,
682 121
683 121
684 121
685 121
686 121
332 62
333 62
334 63
335 63
m 63
337 63
338 63
339 3
340 64
341 64
8,342,343 64
344 64
345 65
346 65
347 65
348 65
349 65
350 65
351 66
352 66
353 66
687 121
689 122
689 122
690 122
691 122
692 122
693 122
694 123 i*
695 123
715 127
746 137
755 139
354 66
355 66
356 67
357 67
696 123
730 132






DESCRIPTIVE LIST
OF
PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS.
NO. 1.DOMINGO ACOSTA.695 ACRES.
V
Title dated March 20tU*1817. 1st survey dated April 10th, 1821, of 250 acres; 2d, dated June 1st, 1821, of 250 acres; 3d, dated May 30th, 1820, of J95 acres,
The first survey* contains 250 acres, situated on the E. side of Lake George. The 6rst line begins at an ash on the bank of the lake, and runs N. 60 degrees E. 34 chains, to a pine; 2d line, S. 40 degrees E. 74 chains, to a pine; 3d line, S. 60 degrees YV. 34 chains, to an ash on the bank of said lake^ thence along its margin to the beginning. This tract was originally granted on a place called Caca Swamp.
The second survey consists of 250 acres, situated at Mount Tucker, on ths east bank of St. John's river. The first line begins at a water oak near the river, and runs E. 5$ chains, to a pine; 2d line, N. 48 chains, to another pine; 3d fine, W. 53 chains, to a pine on the bank ot said river; thence along its margin to the beginning*
And the third survey contains 195 acres, situated on the east bank of the St. John's river, at a place called Mount Royal. The first line begins at an ehn on the bank of the river, and runs S. 75 degrees E. 55 chains, to a pine; 2d, N. 5 degrees E. 30 chains, to a pine; 3d, N. 75 degrees W. 55 chains, to an Mm. on the bank of said river; tlvenee along its margin to the place where the flrtfluie^ was originally granted ou Mount Wanter.
NO. 2.JOHN ADDISON.1,414 ACRES.
Title dated June 8th, 1816. Survey dated May 10th, 1816.
Situated at a place called Carrick Fergus, on the west bank of the river To-moko; bounded on the north by the lands of John Bunch, on the west by the public road, and on the south by lands of G. W. Perpail. Its survey begins at a stake on the margin of the river; thence N. 80 degrees W. 85 chains, to a pine 'narked A; thence N. 25 degrees E (W.) J25 and a half chains, to a pine with the same mark; thence N. 65 degrees E. 95 chains, to another pine hearing the same mark, on the bank of the river; thence along its margin to the begiuning.
NO. 3.JOSEPH ALVAREZ.355 ACRES.
Title dated September 9th, 1817. Survey dated February 2d, 1817.
Situated on Thomas'Swamp; bounded on the north, south and west by vacant lands, and on the east by lands of Henry Groves The first Hue commences at a pine, and runs S. 80 degrees E, 71 chains, to a pine; the 2d, S. 10 degrees W. 50 chains, to a pine; the 3d, N. 80 degrees W. 71 chains, to a pine; ai^d the 4th line runs N; 10 degrees E. 50 chains, to the beginning.


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NO. 4.ANTONIO ANDREWS' HEIRS.120 ACRES.
Title dated April 10th, 1804. Survey dated May 23d, 1792.
Situated on the North river, at a place called Santa Catalina, about nine miles north of Sr. Augustine; bounded north by lands ot Jose Pero de Burgo, east by marshes of Guana creek, south by lands of Lazaro Ortega, and west by a marsh of North river. The N. line runs N. 44 degrees E. 74 and a half chains, from a stake marked with a cross to an oak with the same mark; and the S. line S. 44 degrees W. 70 chains, from a stake to a stake with the same mark.
NO 5.F. M. ARREDONDO, JR,175 ACRES,
Title dated March 9th, 1816. No survey.
Situated to the west of the river St. Sebastian, about three miles from St. Augustine; bounded on the north by lands of Antonio Proctor^and on the south, east and west by vacant lands.
NO. 5.ANDREW ATKINSON.220 ACRES.
Concession dated April 29th, 1793. Survey dated May 27th, 1793.
Situated at a place called Atkinson, between North river and Guana creek The south line begins at a pine marked with a cross, on the edge of a marsh of the river, and runs N. 80 degrees E. 62 chains, to a stake with the same mark on the edge of a marsh of the creek; and the north Hue runs S. 80 degrees W. 65 chains, from stake to stake, on said marshes.
NO. 7.ANDREW ATKINSON.450 ACRES.
Title dated April 5tb, 1816. No survey.
Situated at a place on the river St. John's, known by the name of the Ship Yard; bounded on the north by the river, on the south l>y pine laud, on ihe east by a creek which divides said lands from those of St. Vincent Ferrer, and on the wost by marshes of the said river St. John's.
NO. 8ANDREW ATKINSON 200 ACRES.
Title dated November 17th, 1817. No survey.
Situated between Dunn's creek and Trout creek, on the west side of the river St. John's.
NO. 9.GEORGE ATKINSON.1,060 ACRES.
Title dated March 8th, 1816. Survey dated April 30th, 1816.
Situated in Spell's Swamp, on the North creek of the river Nassaw. The 1st line begins at a pine marked with a cross, on the north end of Woodland's old fields, and runs northwest 135 chains, to a,pine with the same mark. The* 2d line runs southwest 80 chains, to a stake with the same mark. The 3d line runs southeast 135 chains, lo another stake; and the 4th line runs northeast 80 chains, to the first pins*


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NO. 1G.GEORGE ATKINSON.350 ACRES.
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According: to the survey thia is situated on the east hank of the river St. John's, at a place called Santa Ysabei's Battery; bounded north and south by finds ot Francis Richard. The J^t line brgins at a stake on the bank of the river, and runs N. 70 degrees E. 45 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 2Q dijgrtbe^fc IS^^ms, to a stake; and the 3d line runs N. 85 degrees W. %t|toira,to ft point on the bank ot the river; thence along its margin to the
NO. 11.FRANCIS J. AVJCE.115 ACRES.
Concession dated November 10th, 1803. Survey dated June 14th, 1821.
Situated on the river Matanzas; bounded north by lands of Antonio Mes-tre, south bjMands of Hipolito Carter, west by vacant land, and east by the aid river. The Jst line begins at a phifc marked No. 1, near a marsh, and runs N. 10 degrees W. 29 chains, to another pine marked ^o. 2; the 2d line funs 8,60 degiees W. 38 chains, to a pine marked 111. The 3d line runs S. Wdegrees E, 29 chains, to a pine; and the 4th line runs N. 80 degrees E. 3S chains, to the first pine.
NO. 12.ANDREW BRENAN.400 ACRES.
Survey dated October 4th, 1819.
Biumuilow4^gt bank of Black Creek,St. John's river,and to the west-.illlP^l^l^.^ptow'ISjjflt*i^-^foftatV'gort;- 'Tbe 1st line begins at a stake on the l^ttfe #<^;eirai^ and tiam N. 55 degrees W. 40 chains, to an oak; and the 3tf hue mm 6. 35 degrees W. 100 chains, to a pine on the bank of the aforesaid creek; thence with its meanders to the beginning.
NO. 13.MARIANO BERTA.166 2-3 ACRES.
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- Title dated April 23d, 1804. Survey dated May 22d, 1793.
Situated at a place called New Mosquito, on the North river; bounded ttorth by lands of John Capo, south by lauds of Miguel Yznardy, east by marshes of Guana creek, and west by marshes of North river. The south line begins at an oak on a marsh of Guana creek, and runs S. 78 degrees W. 57 chains, wa stjkke on a marsh of the North river; and the north line r-jns N. 83 degrees E. 55 chains, from a flake on the marsh of the river to another en that of the creek.
>j?NO. 14.MARIANO BERTA200 ACRES.
' Tide dated September 7th, 1804. Survey dated May 21st,.1793. 8Rtoift%3l at o place named Santa Agneda, on the North river; bounded


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south by lands of Andrew Pacety, east by marshes of Guana creek, and west by marshes of North river. The south line begins at a stake on the marsh of the onek, and runs S.83 degrees W. 55 chains, to another stake on the marsh of North river; and the north line runs S. 65 degrees E. 63 chains, from a stake on the marsh of the river to another on tire marsh of the creek.
NO. 15.JAMES BRADLEY.250 ACRES.
Permission to settle dated November 25th, 1817. No survey.
. Situated on Cedar Swamp, and bounded by lands of Lindsay Todd.
NO. 16.WILLIAM BERRIE.100 ACRES.
Concession dated June 16th, 1801. Survey dated March 15th, 1807.
Situated to the northwest of the river St. John's, at a place called Juelling's Old Field; hounded south and east by marshes, and north and west by vacant lands. The first and only line of survey begins at a point on the edge of a marsh, and runs N. 20 degrees VV. 60 chains; the other sides are surround* ed by marshes.
NO. 17WILLIAM BERRIE100 ACRES,
Concession dated July 3d, 1799. No survey.
Situated at a place called Turkey Island, on the east side of the north branch of Nassaw river.
NO. 18.JOHN F, BROWN.95 ACRES.
Concession dated February 9th, 1816. Survey dated May 8th, 1816.
Situated on the north side of St. John's river,and consisting of a small island called Pelot's Islan^l, which contains 40 acres, botuided on all sides by marshes of Big Clapboard Cr^ek; and of 55 acres north of said island, bounded on the south by the same marshes. The 1st line begins at a pine and runs N. 25 chains, to another pine; the 2d line runs W. 15 chains, to another pine; the 3d line runs S. 50 degrees west 25 chains, to another pine; and the 4th line runs S. 76 degrees E. 36 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 19.MOSES BOWDEN.250 ACRES.
Concession dated April 5th, 1815. No survey.
Situated on the river St. John's, at a place known as the Western Orange Grove; bounded on all sides by vacant lands.
NO. 20.SARAH BOWDEN.-142 1-3 ACRES.
Survey dated February 25th, 1793.
Situated on Julington creek, of the river St. John's. The 1st line begins at, a stake marked with a cross, on the bank of a, small creek, aud runs S. 64 degrees W. 36 chains, to another stake bearing the same mark; and the 2d line runs S. 26 degrees E. 44 chains, to another stake with the same mark on tho bank of Julington creek; thence along its margin to the mouth of said small creek; thence following its course to the first stake.


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NO. 21MOSES BOW DEN .200 ACRES. Title dated April 15th, 1815. Survey dated December 22d, 1791.
Situated at a place called St. Antonio, on the river St. John's-, bounded north by lands of Robert Gilbert. The 1st line begins at a stake marked with a cross, on the bank of the river, and runs S. 20 degrees E. 50 chains, to a cypress with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 70 degrees W. 32 chains, to a pine with the same mark; and the 3d line runs N. 20 degrees W. 78 chains, to a stake bearing the same mark on St. Antonio's Point; thence along the margin of the river to the beginning. C^SameasNo. 22.
NO. 22.WILLIAM BARDEN.200 ACRES.
Thle dated April 17th, 1815. Survey dated December 22d, 1791.
Situated at a place called St. Antonio's Point, on St. John's river; bounded north by lands of Robert Gilbert, fyc.
QC/^This appears to be the same as No. 21.
NO. 23.JOHN D. BRADDOCK.640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated on the road from Rose's Bluff to the main road from St. John's river to Georgia, a few miles from Elijah and Joseph Higginbottom, and inhabited and cultivated bv claimant.
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NO. 24.FRANCIS BARBE.500 ACRES.
Concession dated April ]0th, 1817. Survey dated February 8th, 1817.
Situated at the head of Nassaw river, on Cedar creek, and bounded on all aides byvacant lands. The 1st tine begins at a pine and runs N. 95 chains, t# another j>iqe; the 2d line runs E. 53 chains, to another pine; the 3d line rafts S. 95 chains, to another pine; and the 4th line runs W. 53 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 25.SARAH BROWARD300 ACRES.
Title dated February 13th, 1816.
Situated on the waters of Nassaw river, at the Island called Doctor's, and place named Pumpkin Hill; bounded on the east by a creek of the same name, on the south by vacant lands, on the west by a swamp and a marsh, and on the north by a creek which runs out of Pumpkin Hill Creek already men* tioned.
The claimant in his memorial to the Board of Land Commissioners, describes the foregoing as containing only 162 acres, situated "on the waters of Nassaw river, at a place called poctor's Island, and three small neighboring islands surrounded by marshes.-'
The above described land, not containing more than 162 acres, the Government by a decree dated August 16th, 1816, permitted the grantee to take the two following tracts, which make up the three hundred acres originally greeted.


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"J38 acres situated near the head of Pumpkin Hill creek; bounded north by ^Gilbert McGloin, west by vacant lands, south by William Fltzpatrick's, and east by marshes.
100 acres situated at Pumpkin Hill swamp; bounded north by a marsh, east by Gilbert McGloin's, and south and west by vacant lands.
NO. 26.CHARLES BROWARD.250 ACRES.
Concession dated March 18th, 1817. Survey dated March 27th, 1817.
Situated at the head of Big Cedar rreek, of St. John's river; bounded north by lands of William Eubanks. The 1st line begins at a pine and runs N. 10 degrees E. 40 chains, to a pine; ihe 2d line runs N. 80 degrees W. 63 chains, To a pine; the 3d line runs S. 10 degrees W. 40 chains, to a cypress; and the 4th line runs S. 80 degrees E. 63 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 27.ABRAHAM BELLAMY, Sen.350 ACRES,
Concession dated October 10th, 1815. Survey dated March 10th, 1819.
Situated on Funk's Savannah, branch of Nassaw river, one rnile above the public road leading to Georgia; bounded on all sides by vacant lands. The 1st line begins at a pine and runs S. 45 degrees E. 40 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 30 degrees E. 20 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 60 de-grees W. 15 chains, to a pine; the 4th line runs S. 3C degrees W. 30 chains, to a pine; the 5th line runs W. 38 chains, to a pin**; the 6th line runs N. 78 chains, to a pine; and the 7th line E. 35 chains, to the beginning,
NO 28.JOHN BELLAMY.300 ACRES.
Title dated July 31st, 1816. Survey dated March 20th, 1792.
Situated on the river Little St. Mary's; bounded north by lands of Nathaniel Hall. The 1st line runs S. 70 degrees E. 33 chains; the 2d line measures 7 chains; the 3d line runs S. 70 degrees E. 22 chains; the 4th line runs -S. 20 degrees W. 58 chains; the 5th line runs N. 70 degrees W. 55 chains; and the th line rune N. 20 degrees E. 51 chains, to the beginning. Each of these lines begin and end at pine trees marked with a cross.
NO. 29.JOHN BELLAMY.50 ACRES.
Concession dated December 3d, 1816. Survey dated February 21st, 1817.
Situated on the north bank of St. John's river, at a place called the Cow-Ford; bounded north by Hogan's creek, and west by lands of Maria Taylor. The 1st litie begins at an oak, on the point formed by the river St. John's and Hogan's creek, and runs W. 30 chains to the 2d line; the 2d line begins at an oak on the bank of the river, and runs N. 33 and a third chains, to a pine on the bank of said creek.
NO. 30.HEIRS OF--BAGLEY.1,000 ACRES.
Survey dated April 3d, 1793.
Situated at Brown's Fort, west of St. John's river. The 1st line begins at a stake marked with a cross, and runs N. 30 degrees E. 139 chains, to a pine bearing the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 73 degrees W. 31 and a half chains, to a pine with the same mark, bounding the lands of William Lane; the 3d line runs N. 39 degrees E. 46 chains, to a pine with the same mark,


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hounding the lands of said Lane; the 4th line runs N. 40 degrees VV. 12 chains, 10 a gum with the same mark; the 5th line runs N. 80 degrees W 25 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 6th line runs S. 40 degrees W. 100 chains, to a pine with, the same mark; the 7th line runs S. 50 degrees E. 70 chains, to a pine hearing the same mark; the 8th line runs S, 10 degrees W. 45 chains, to a laurel with the same mark; and the 9th runs N. 80 degrees W. 45 chains, to the stake at the beginning.
NO. 31.HEIRS OF--BAGLEY.248 ACRES.
Survey dated April 7ih, 1793.
Situated at a place called Bagley, on Goodman's lake, St. John's river. The 1st line begins at a pine marked with a cross, and runs N. 35 degrees VV. 63 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 55 decrees W. 31 chains, to a stake bearing the same mark; the 3d line runs S. 45 degrees VV. 13 chains, bounding the lands of Richard.Malpas; the 4th line runs S. 38 degrees E. 61 chains, to a pine with the same mark; and the 5th line runs N. 55 degrees E. 40 chains, to the first pine, bounding the lands of Robert Whitmore.
NO. 32.JOHN BACHELOT.300 ACRES.
Title dated January 10th, 1816. Survey dated December 24th, 1807.
Situated on the north point of Amelia Island; bounded on the north by lands of John McQueen, on the east by the sand hills of the beach, on the south by lands of Mrs. Jordine, and on the west by marshes and Beach creek. The north line onFy is laid down on the plat, and runs N. 79 degrees E.
4tfO. 33.JOHN BACHELOT.300 ACRES.
Title dated Jtne 10th, 1816. Survey dated April 2d, 1807.
Situated at Amelia Island,rat a place called White Point; bounded on the west fey the Marshes and waters of the river St. Mary's, on the north by lands of Nobel Jordine, on the east by vacant lands, and on the south by lands of James Cashen. The only lines described on the plat are N. 80 degrees E. 45 chains, and S. 10 degrees E. 65 chains.
NO. 34 JOHN BUNCH.2,160 ACRES.
Concession dated August 11th, 1804. Survey dated June 5th, 1823.
Situated at Tomoko; bounded on the north by lands of Robert McHardy, east by the Haulover and Tomoko rivers, south by lands of John Addison, and west by the public road. The 1st line begins at a cabbage tree ne,r a marsh, and runs W.98 chains, to a Pride of Egypt; the 2d line runs N. 80 decrees W. 32 chains, to a pine; the 3d line follows the public road, and runs S. 50 degrees E. to a stake; thtmce.E. 100 chains, to Tomoko river; then with said liver to its mouth; then with Haulover river to the beginning.
NO. 35.FARQUHAR BETIIUNE.425 ACRES.
Title dated April 22d, 1817. Survey dated June 10th, 1818.
SUuated at Cabbage Swamp, on the river St. Mary's; bounded north by 2


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lands of Charles Sibbald, and west by vacant lands. Tho 1st line, begins at a red oak, and runs S. 60 decrees W. 81 chains, Jo stake; the 2d hue runs S. HO degrees E. 45 chains, to a stake on the edge of a creek, thence w ith lie .-aid creek to its mouth; then along the course of the river aforesaid to the first mentioned red oak.
NO. 3G.FARQUflAR BETHUNE.1 .100 ACRES.
Title dated March 4th, 1814. Survey dated May 18th, 1806.
Situated on the Halifax River Mosquito; bounded on the north by lands of Samuel Williams, on the east by the river Halifax, on the south and west by vacant lands. The east line only is designated, N. 30 degrees VV. 61 chains, on the bank of said fiver.
NO. 37.DORCAS BLACK.610 ACRES.
Donation muter an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated on the Cow-Ford road, leading from St. Augustine to the St. John's river; hounded west by lands of William !Iollingsworth, sot:th by
land* churned by William Hartley and-Ho wen, and east and north by
vacant iandf.
NO. 38.-JOHN D. 11 LVDWOUT 11.040 ACRES
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey, .Situated on the public road, at the head of Headman's Swamp.
NO. 30.JOHN BOLTON.2,000 ACRES,
Title dated December 7tb, 1817. Survey dated May loth, 1818.
Situated at Mosquito; bounded north by hud:* of Samuel Bet\s, and on all other sides by vacant lands. The 1st iuie run.-. S 65 degrees VV. ICO chains, from a pine marked A to another pine; the 2d hue runs N. 25 d.-gr --s VV, '200 chains, to an oak with the same mark; the 3d line runs 100 chains to a pine, and the 4th 200 chains, to tin- commencement, forming an oblong square.
NO. 40,.'OHN (1, RRJNDLEY.040 ACRES
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey..
Situated on the north side of Black creek, at the place known as the house and improvements ot J. G. Briudley.
NO. 41.WILLIAM BRANNING.040 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated at. a high bluff on the south side, and about three miles below the forks of Black creek, known as the house and improvements of Wniiam Bra lining.
NO. 42.MARIANO BERTA.le>6 ACRES Title dared October 16th, 1815, of 200 acres. No survey. Situated on the North river; bounded on the south by lands ol John An-


drew, on Hie north b}' those formerly belonging to Manuel Fernandez Ben-dicho, on the east by Guana creek, and on the west by the North river.
NO. 43.THOMAS BR1GGS AND JOHN ROBINSON.1.800 ACRES-
Title dated February 5th, 1816. Survey dated July 28th, 1815,
Situated at Mosquito; bounded on the south by lands ot the heirs of Sam uel Williams, on the east by the river Halifax, on the north by lands of F.iVi Arredondo, Jr., and on the west by vacant lauds, its survey begins at a staler on the bank of the river; thence S. 55 degrees W.230 47-100 chains, to a pine marked K.- The south line begins also on the bank of the river, and runs with a canal S. 55 degrees W. 50 chains, and S. 30 degrees VV. 15 chains, to an oak marked K; thence S. 55 degrees VV. 158 47-300 chains, to n pine marked K. O,; thence N. 30 degrees VV.82 chains, to the pine marked K, where the first line ended.
NO. 44.PEDRO COCTFACIO.522 ACRES
Title dated October 12th, 1815, of 400 acres. Survey tlated September Fids,
J804, of 400 acres.
Situated on Guana creek; bounded on the south by lands of Jose Fero de Buigo, on the east by Guana creek, on th north by lands of Miguel Acostn. and on the west by the North river. Th>i north line runs N. 80 degrees 30 minutes F. 70 chains, from a pine to an oak marked with a cross; and the south line S, 80 degrees 30 minutes VV. 48 30-100 chains, from a stake to v pine with the same mark. The other courses and distances are along th* Guana creek and North river, between she above lines.
NO. 45.PEDRO COCIFACIO.2,000 ACHES
Title dated October 12th, 1815.
500 acres situated about a mile to the north of the house of the Dragoons. 20 miles from the city of St. Augustine, on the road to St. John's river; and 1,500 acres situated to the west of the same house. Both tracts arc hounded on all sides by vacant lands.
NO. 4G.PEDRO COCIFACIO.2,000 ACRES.
Title dated October 12th, 1815. No survey.
Situated to the north of the Block-house of Buena Vesta; hounded on the west by the riv^r St. John's, on the north by Deep creek, on the south and east by vacant lands.
NO. 47.JOHN CARTER'S HEIRS.610 ACRES
Donation under an act ol Congress. No survey.
Situated at Cold Hill, on the south side of Trout creek, known as the- set* lenient of said John Carter.
NO. 48.ISAAC CARTER.640 ACRES. Donation under an act of Congress, No survey. Situated ou Nine Mile creek, about half a mile from the road leading from


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Jacksonville to Camp Pinckney* and below the place where the road crosses said creek.
NO. 49.ISAAC CARTER.350 ACRES.
Title dated June 4th, 1806- Survey dated April 20th, 1792.
Situated at New Garden, on Nassaw river; bounded north by lands of Thomas Carter, and south by a marsh. The 1st line begins at a slake marked with a cross* and runs N. 20 degrees E. 55 chains, to another stake; the 2d line runs on the edge of a marsh to a pine with the same mark, measuring 65 chains; the 3d line runs S. 20 degrees W. 55 chains, to a pine also marked with a cross; and the 4th line runs N. 70 degrees W. 65 chains, to the first stake.
NO. 50 SUSANNAH CASHEN230 ACRES.
Concession dated July 13th, 1804. No survey.
Situated on the banks of the river St. Mary's, at a place called the OKI Township; bounded on the north by lands of Spicer Christopher, and on the south by-Brant's lands.
NO. 51.JOHN CHRISTOPHER.50 ACRES. Concession dated May 24th, 1804. No survey.
Situated on the river Nassaw; bounded on the west by lands of John Christopher.
NO. 52.ANTONIO CANGVAS.-G40 ACRES.
Donation under an net of Congress. Survey dated August 31st, 1824.
Situated about 4 mifes south of St. Augustine, near the Matanza river; bounded on the north, east and west by vacant lands, and on the south by famis of Antonio Canavas, Sen. Its survey begins at a pine rnarkek ^'H-J thence S. 80 W. 80 chains, to another pine with the same mark; thence S. 32 degrees E. 80 chains, to another pine with the same mark; thence N. 80 decrees E. 80 chains, to another pine bearing the same mark; and thence N. 32 degrees VV. 80 chains, to the first pine.
NO 53.REUBEN CHARLES.100 ACRES.
Concession dated June 16th, 1796. No survey.
Situated at the Nine Mile spring, on the King's road, north of St. August-mo. adjoining the lands of Manuel Marshall and Barbara Hainsman. {J^This appears in every respect the same as No. 189.
NO. 54.LORENZO CAPOS HEIRS.175 ACRES. Concession dated February 8th, 1808. No survey.
Situated in the Twelve Mile swamp, north of the plantation of Lewis Sco ?idd.


.NO 05 -CHARLES W. & GEO. J. F. CLARivE.:>Jt> Alia^
British title dated January 12th, 1770. Survey dated January 24th, 1770
Situated on the Matanza river, at a place called Worcester. The 1st line runs W. 47 chains, beginning at a slake and ending at. a pine; the 2d line S 55 chains, to a corner: the 3d hue E. 07 chains, to a pine; the 4th line formed and bounded by the marshes of Matanza river.
.NO. GO.- JAMES & GEO. J. F. CLARKE.500 ACRES..
British title dated September 29th, 1780. Warrant dated February 3d, 17h0 Survey dated March 10th, 1780.
Situated to the W. of Matanza river, about 16 miles S. from Sr. Augustine, The 1st line begins at a stake, ?md runs S. 66 degrees W.82 chains, to another stake; the 2d line S. 24 degrees E, 61 chains, to a pine marked 3 ^ The 3d line runs N, 66 degives E. 82 chains, to a pine with the same mark; and the 4th One runs N. 24 degrees W, 61 chains, to the beginning.
NO 57.PEDRO RODRIGUEZ DE GALA'S 1.1EJRS.200 ACRES
Concession dated August 4th, 1803. Survey dated June 22d, 1819.
Situated on St. Diego, alias Cabbage swamp, at a place known by the name of Clarke's Rice Plantation; bounded north by lands of Francis Sanchez, south by lands of Robert Andrew, east and west by vacant Sands. The 1st line be gins at a cabbage tree marked with a cross, and runs N. 86 degrees W. .bains, to an oak with the same mark; tin- 2d line runs S. 75 degrees W. 29 chains', to a pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs S. 10 degrees E. 21 chains, to a nine; the 4th lino N. 75 degrees B. 28 and a half chains, to a point; the 5ih line rims S. 8G degrees E. 68 chains, to a stake; tbe.nec to the; beginning.
NO. 58.JOHN CHRISTOPHER.-358 1-2 ACRES.
Title dated April 8th, 1809. Survey dated April 28th, 1792.
Situated on the north side and near the river St. John's, at a place called 8t. Carlos, The 1st line begins at a stake marked with a cross, on the mar ^fui of a marsh, and runs N. 18 degrees W. 40 chains, to a pine with the same mark: the 2d line runs S. 72 degrees W. 90 chains, to another pine with the same mailt; the 3d line runs S. 18 degrees E 40 chains, to a pine with the enne mark on the bank of Neiviomb's creek; thence along the said creek tun! marsh to the first stake.
NO. 5!).JOHN C H R1 S'f O P li E R. 5 00 ACRE,.-,
Tide dated April 8th, 1809. Survey dated February loth, 1792.
Situated on the river Nassaw, at a place called Santn Maria. The 1st line oegins at a pine marked with a cross, on the bank of Santa Juana creek, and runs S. 45 degrees W. 129 chains, to another pine with the same mark; and dse 2d line runs 8. 32 degrees E. 40 chains, to another pine with the same mark; thence along the margin of a marsh of Nassaw river to the mouth ^unia Juana creek; thence along its bank to the first pine,
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t KO. CO.JOHN CHRISTOPHER.500 ACRES*
Title dated April 6th, 1809. Survey dated February'15th, I798L {tjr^This appears in every resj>ect thf same as No. 59.
NO. 61.PEDRO RODRIGUEZ DE CALA,500 ACRES.
Concession dat&l January 241b, 1818. Survey dated September 15th, 1818.
* Situated at Mosquito, on the west bank of Hillsborough rivfsr; bounded north by lands of Antonio Alvarez,outh by Gahardy's canal and lands of Raphael Andrew, and west by public lands. The 1st line begins at an oak marked HI, on the bank of said river, and runs S. 25 degrees E. 50 chains, to a stake on said canal; the 2d line runs S. 65 degrees W. 100 chains, to a pine market) with a cross; the 3d line runs N. 25 degrees IV, 50 chains, to another pine with the same mark; and the 4th line runs 65 degrees E. 100 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 62ELIZABETH -CAIN'S HEiRS.w-250 ACRES.
Concession dated December 23d, 1802. No survey.
Situated about one mile and a half to the north of Picolata Fort; bounded on the north by land^of Lorenzo Solana, on the east by* vacant tends, on the Yteet by the river St. John's, and on the south by vacant lands* This land was formerly inhabited by an Englishman named Bely.
NO. 63.-T-JUAJN CAVEDO 350 ACRES.
Concession dated January 4th, 1816. No survey on file.
Situated at Black creek, on the north side of Sr. John's river. Accoiding to claimant's memorial to the Board of Land Commissioners, the boundaries, courses and distances art; as follows: The 1st line runs W. 60 chains, begins at a maple marked ~ ^nd ends at a pine marked >^; thence S. 60 chains, to a live oak; bounded on the other sides by Black creek and Little Black creek,
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NO. 64.GEO. J. F. CLARKEW0 ACRES. Concession dated December 15ih, 1815. No survey on file.
Situated on Amelia Island, on the east side of Egan's creek; bounded south by lands of Farquhar Bethune, north by vacant lam!, east by sand hills, and vvestby the marshes of said creek.
According to claimant's memorial to the Board of Land Commissioners, the location, boundaries, $-c. are as follows: "Situated on Amelia Island, to the northeast of the town of Fernandina,and place known by the name of Willow pond. The 1st line of the survey of which begins at a' live oak, and runs N. 79 degrees E; 31 chains, to a live oak, and bounded by John Bashlot; 2d line N. 10 degrees W. 49 chains, to a live oak; 3d line S. 53 degrees fa. 45 chains, to a live oak; 4th line S. 10 degrees E, 17 ctiains, to the live oak at the beginning.


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NO. 415.GEO. J. F. CLARKE.1,000 ACRES.
Concession dated May 9th, 1815. Survey dated May. 30th, 1819, of 500 acres.
500 acres situated on the creek or branch known by the name of Durbin's Swamp, to the north of the bridge where passes the King's road to the Fort of St. Nicholas. The 1st line of survey begins at a pine, and runs S. 40 degrees'E, 60 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 50 degrees E. 83 and a half chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs N. 40 degrees VV. 60 chains, to a pine; and the 4th line runs S. 50 degrees W. 83 and a half chains, to the pine at the beginning. And 500 acres situated on the east bank of Dunn's lake, which goes out of the river St. John's, high up.
NO, 66.SUSANNAH CASHEN, FOR HEIRS OF SAMUEL MEERS.
200 ACRES.
Title dated October 17th, 181L No survey. Situated on Tiger Island, St. Mary's river.
NO. 67.SUSANNAH CASHEN.250 ACRES:
Concession dated October 7th, 1805. Survey dated November 30th, 1807.
Situated on Amelia Island; hounded on the north and east bv lands of Mrs. Jordine, on the west and south bv vacant lands. The 1st line runs S. 10 de-grees E. 64 chains; the 2d line N. 80 degrees E. 32 and a half chains. The other lines are not laid down.
NO. 68.SUSANNAH CASHEN1,050 ACRES.
Title dated February 23d, 1816. Survey dated July 8tb, 1816.
Situated at a place called Cabbage Swamp, including the settlement of Goodwin; bounded on the north by vacant lands and lands of Charles Sib-bald, and on the east by the river St, Mary's and lands of Charles Sibbald. The 1st line begins at a pine on the bank of the river, and runs S. 60 degrees W. 50 chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs S. 30 degrees E. 69 chains, to a stake; the 3d line runs S. 60 degrees VV. 99 chains, to a pine; the 4th line runs N. 30 degrees W. 95 chains, to a stake; the 5th line runs N. 60 degrees E. 149 chains, to an oak on the bank of the river; thence along the same 26 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 69.SUSANNAH CASHEN700 ACRES.
Title dated July 11th, 1814. Survey dated April 2d, 1807.
Situated at a place called the Plum Orchard, on Amelia Island; bounded on the west by marshes and by St. Patrick's creek, on the north by lands of John Bachelot, and on the east and south by vacant lands. The courses and distances are not laid down on the plat.
NO. 70.SUSANNAH CASHEN.100 ACRES.
Concession dated Jim* 4th, 1802. No survey.
Situated on Amelia Island, at a place called Red Bay, on the head of Beach creek, between the sand hills and the pine barrens, east of John Bachelors plantation.


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NO. 71.WARDENS OF R. C. CHURCH.31 1-3 ACRES.
British title. No survey.
Situated at tb# point called Esperanza, within the limit* of the city of St. Augustine; bounded on the north4y lands of Bernardo Segui, on the south and west by St. Sebastian's river, and on lite east by Bridge creek.
NO. 72ARCHIBALD jCLARK.^-200 ACRES.
Concession dated November 11th, 1794. No survey.
Situated on the east bank of the river St. John's, near the Post of St. Nicholas, at a place called Jolly's Old Field.
NO. 73.JOHN DlON200 ACRES.
Survey dated May 12th, 1818. *
Situated on the river St. Mary's; bounded on the east by lands of John Ha-gins, and on the West by lands of John Hampton. The 1st line begins at a stake on the bunk of the river, near a branch, and runs S. 25 degrees E. 40 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 60 degrees E. 30 chains, to a pine; the 3d line N. 38 degrees E. 57 chains, to a stake on the bank ot said river, thence along the* same to the first stake.
MO. 74.^-JQHN DIXON.130 ACRES.
Concession dated May 31st, 1805. No survey.
Situated on the banks of the river St. Mary's, at a place known as Faulk's Bluff.
NO. 75.EDWARD DIXON.100 ACRES.
Survey dated May 14th, 1818.
Situated on Pigeon creek, St. Mary's river; bounded north by lands of Breton Knight. The 1st line runs S. 71 degrees E. 35 chains, from a stake to a pine; the 2d line runs iS. 19 degrees W. 29 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs N. 71 degrees W, 35 chains, to a pine; the 4th line is formed and bounded by Pigeon creek.
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NO. 76.ANDREW DEWEES' HEIRS.2,290 ACRES.
Title dated May 4th, 1804. Survey dated February 8th, 1792.
Situated on the south side of St. John's river, and on the east side of Pablo creek, at a place called the Orange Grove; bounded on the east by the sea |>each, and on the south by lauds of John McQueen. The 1st line begins on the edge of a m^rsh of the river, near the beach, and runs S. X95 chains, to a stake on the beach; the 2d line funs W. 130 chains, to a pine marked with a cross, on the edge of a marsh of Pablo creek; thence along the same to the beginning.
NO. 77.GIDEON DUPONT'S HEIRS.400 ACRES.
Concession dated May 4th, 1787. No survey.
Situated at Moultrie creek, on the river Matanzas, about 3 miles south of St. Augustine.


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John's, at a place called Water Pen. The 1st line runs S. 12 degrees W. 70 71-100,chains, to a pine marked with a cross; the 2d line runs S. 78 degrees E. 141 42-100 chains, to a walnut tree with the mme mark; the 3d fine runs N. 12 degrees E. 70 71-100 chains, to a white oak with the same mark, some distance to the east of the Water Pen lake; thence to the beginning.
NO. 84.-^>K)HNi. ENTJIALGO ^-2,000 ACRES. Title dated November 15m, 1817. Survey dated April 10th, 1818.
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Situated on the west bank of the river $t. John's, and on the south of Cedar Swamp creek! The 1st line begins at'a Cypress, on the margin of said riverj and runs W. towards the S. 100 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. towards the E. 200 chains, to a cypress upon the western fehore of Cedar Swamp creek; thence down the same to its junction with St. John's river; thence up said river to the beginning.
NO. 85.JOHN B. ENTRALGO.1,000 ACRES.
Concession datd D^ember 17th, 1816. Survey dated April 7th, 1821.
Situated M the place known as Rollstown, on the east bank of the river St. John's, about three miles south of the military post called Bnena Vesta; bounded on the north by lands ol John Moore, and of John Huertas, on the south by those of the heirs of Jacob Wiggins, and on the east by vacant pine lands. Th 1st t'iiie begins at k stake marked on the bank of the river, hnd runs N. 70 degrees E. 50 chain?, to a pine with tire same mark; the 2d line runs S. 70 degrees 13. 200 chaiiis. to a laurel marked E, on a branch and near a road; the 3d line follows the Course of the bran to the river; and the 4th the couise of the river to the beginning.
NO. 86.STEPHEN EUBANKS.325 ACRES. Concession dated March 18th, 1817. No survey. Situated on the north side of Trout creek, on the river St. John'd.
NO. 87 WILLIAM EUBANKS.150 ACRES.
Concession dated March 18th, 1817. No survey.
Situated on Burton's island, of the river Nassaw, and on Cedar creek.
NO. 88.SEBASTIAN ESPINOSA'S HEIRS.500 ACRES. Concession dated September 5th, 1801. No survey.
Situated at a place called Ulleridge's, on Diego Plains, to the north of F..X. Sanchez's lands. '
NO. 89.PEDRO ESTOPA.15 3-1Q ACRES.
Con cession dated September 23d, 1793. Survey dated October 27th, 1823.
Situated at the Stockade^ ahptit que mile "todthree quarters to the north of St. Augustine; bounded on the north by lands of S. Robinson, on the south by lands of G. W. Perpall, on the east by the publie road? and on the west by


NO. 9CDOMINGO FERNANDEZ200 ACRES*
tkle dated April 25th, 1807. Survey dated February 20tb, 1792.
Situated on the main land, at a place called Orange Grove, opposite Amelia island. The 1st line begins on the bank of a preek, which comes from the river St. Mary's, and runs S. Id degrees E. 80 chains, to an oak marked with a cross; the 2d Hue runs S. 80 degrees W. 20 chains, to a stake with the same mark; the 3d hue runs N. 20 degrees 80 chains, to a pine with the same milk- Its front runs on the bank of said creek.
NO. 97.PHILLIP FATIO'S HEIRS.500 ACRES. '
British title dated March 28th, 1775. Survey dated February 16th, 1775.
Situated on the east side of Maxwell or McGirt's creek; bounded on the north by vacant lands, on the south by lands formerly belonging to Thomas Philipot, on the east by lands of Henry Strachey, and oh the west by said creek. The 1st line begins at a water oak, on the bank of the creek, and runs S. 75 degrees E. 118 chains, to a point; the 2d line runs N. 21 degrees E. 43 chains, to a pjhe marked 3 ; the 3d line runs N. 75 degrees W. 120 chains, to an ash on the bank of the aforesaid creek; thence along the same lo the first station. *
NO. 98.JESSE FISH'S HEIRS.800 ACRES.
Concession dated April 1st, 1791. Survey dated April 24th, 1818.
Situated in Graham's swamp, at a place called Todd's Field, on the head of the river Matanzas} bounded north by lands oi Joseph M. Hernandez, east by lands of G. W. Perpall, south by landsof James plarke, and west by vacant lands. The 1st line begins at a pine marked F, and runs Nf. 45 degrees W. 70 3-4 chains, to a pine marked H..F.; the 2d line runs S. 45 degrees W. 70 3-4 chams, to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 45 degrees E. 70 3-4 chains, to a pine; and the 4th line runs N. 60 degrees E. 70 3-4 chains, to the pine at the beginning.
NO. 99.GEO. FLEMING'S HEIRS.1,000 ACRES, Title dated March 8th, 1816. Survey dated November 16th, 1818.
Situated at Fleming's island, on the west side of the river Sr. JobtVs*, bounded on the north and west by lands belonging to James Cashen's estate, by vacant lands, and by Black creek; on the east by St. John's river, and on the south by Black creek. The 1st line begins at a stake marked with a cross, on the bank of rh'6 river, and runs 48 chains, to a pine marked F; the 2d line runs S. 45 degrees W. 1(34 chain?, to a cypress marked F, on the bank of the creek; thence along the meanders of said creek and river to the beginning.
NO. 100FRANCIS J FATIO.200 ACRES.
British title dated June 6th, 1782. Survey dated May 20th, 1782.
Situated near the head of St. Sebastian's creek, about four miles north of St. Augfustine; bounded, partly, to the north and west*by lands granted to William Mills, and on all other sides by vacant lands. Its survey begins at a stake marked 3 X; thence S. 12 degrees E. to a stake; jhence N. 78 degrees


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^ NO. 105. GEO. FLEMING'S HEIRS.980 ACRES. *
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Title dated April 5th, 1816. Survey dated November 16th, 1818, of 200 acresDecember 2d, lBl8,780 acres.
780 acres situated on the west side of the river St. John's, at a place known as Langley Bryan, opposite the Fort of Bnena Vesta. The 1st line begins at the river, and runs S. 10 degrees 88 chains; the 2d line runs E. 88 chains, to ihe river, which fi>rrii the other boundaries;
200 acres at Coco swamp, about a mile to the west of the Fort of Buena Vesta. The 1st line runs N. 30 chains, to a pine marked F. C; the 2d lin runs N. 45 degrees 67 chains, to a pine marked Fbounded by lands of Pedro Cocifacio; the 3d lino runs S. 30 chains; and the 4th S. 45 degrees W. 67 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 106HEIRS OF VALENTINE FITZPATRICK.400 ACRES.
Concession dated July 27th, 1803. No survey.
Situated on Graham's swamp, at a place known by Sam*s Hammock, Ma-tanzttb district.
NO. 107.DAVIS FLOYD1,000 ACRES.
British titledate Hot known. No survey. Situated at New Waterford, between the North river and Guana creek.
NO. 108.JOHN FLOYD'S HEIRS.200 ACRES.
Concession dated April 30th, 179& ftirvey dated May 15tb, 1793.
Situated at a place called Buyck; bounded on the east by marshes of Guana creek, and on the west by marshes of the North river. The S. hne runs N. 65 degrees E. 65 chains, from a pine marked with a cross, on the North river, to a stake on Guana creek; and the N. line runs S. 65 degrees WY70 chains, from a stake ou the creek to a pine with the said mark on the river.
NO. 109.-.WILL1AM FITZPATRICK.440 ACRES.
Concession dated November 12th, 1795. Survey dated January 24th, 1809.
Situated on Cedar Point; bounded on the east by marshes of the waters of the Blind Bar, on the south by marshes of the river St. John's, 6n the west by Fitzpatrick creek, and on the north by vacant lands. The N. line begins on the edge of a marsh, and runs W. 122 chains, to the south bank of Fitzpatrick creek.
NO. 110.DOMINGO FERNANDEZ.1.150 ACRES.
Title dated April 10th, 1817. Survey dated November 28th, 1816.*
Situated on Big Dunn's creek, north side of the river St. John's; bounded on the east by lands of John Houston and Lewis Christopher, on the north and west by vacant lands, and on the south by said creek. The 1st line begins at a pine on the bank of the creek, and runs N. 20 degree** E> 130 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 70 degrees E. 70 chains, io a pine; the 3d line runVS. 25 degrees E; 29 chains, to* pine; and the 4th line S> 20 degrees W. 110. chains, to a pine oil the aforesaid creek; thence to the;first pine.


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NO. 116.A. E. FERGUSON'S HEIRS.1,150 ACRES.
Title dated October 5th, 1811. Survey dated February 26th, 1793.
Situated at a place called Harmony Hall, on the river St. John's. The 1st line begins at a gurri markedwith across, on the bank of Doctor's creek, and runs S. 45 degrees W. 112 chains, to a pine with th same mark; the 2d line runs S. 45 degrees E. 80 chains, to a cypress with the same mark on the bank of Black creek; the 3d line; runs N. 65 degrees E. 126 chains, to a stake on the bank' of Doctor's creek; thence along the same to the beginning.
NO. 117.A. E. FERGUSON'S HEIRS.507 ACRES.
Title dated October 5th, 1811. Survey dated February 26th, 1793.
Situated at a place called Sans Sonci, on the west bank of the river St. John's; bounded soith by lands of James McGirr. The 1st line begins at an oak marked with a cross, on the bank of the river, and runs W. 120 chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs N. 42 chains and 50 links, to another stake; the 3d line runs $.120 chains,to a stake on the aforesaid bank of the river St. John's, which forms the eastern boundary.
NO. 118.BARTHOLOME DE CASTRO Y FERRER.2,266 2-3 ACRES.
Title dated February 27th, 1804. Survey dated February 3d, 1792.
Situated on the east bank of St. Pablo creek. The 1st line begins at a pine marked with a cross, ami runs E. 86 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 12 degrees E. 300 chains, to a stake; the 3d line runs VV. 40 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 4th line runs N. 40 degrees VV. 80 chains, to a pine with the same mark on the aforesaid marsh of St. Pablo vreek, which forms the western boundary.
- NO. 119.A. E, FERGUSON'S HEIRS.43 1-2 ACRES.
Title dated October 7tb, 1811. Survey dated February 27th, 1793.
Situated at a place called Turkey Hill, on Doctor's creek, St* John's river. The 1st line begins at a laurel marked with cross, on the bank of said creek, and runs N. 20 degrees E. 15 ehains, to a stake; the 2d line runs N. 45 degrees W.35 chains, to a pine with the same mark;, the 3d line runs S. 80 degrees W. 13 chains, to a laurel with the same mark on the aforesaid creek; thence along its margin to the first laurel.
NO. 120.JOHN FRAZER'S EX'RS.500 ACRES.
Concession dated May 2d, 1810. No survey.
Situated on St. Mary's river, at a place called the Cui-offi, or Roundabout, about 12 miles from Amelia Island.
NO. 121FRANCIS FERRE1RA.14 ACRES.
Concession dated July 27>h, 1803, of 4 acres. No survey.
Situated without the old lines', 1 and a third miles north of St. Augustine?' bounded north by Pedro Estopa's plantation.
NO. 122.JOHN FAULK'S HEIRS.350 ACR&S.
Concession dated March IjStb, 1803. Survey dated May 2d, 1821.
Situated at a place called Mulberry Grove, on the river St. John^s, one mile to the south of the old fort of Buena Vista; bounded eou*b by lands of Huer-


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NO, 127.ZEPH. C. Title dated February J2th, 1811.- Survey dated May 10tb, 1793.
Situated at a place called Warren, on Diego Plains; bounded on the north by lands of .Francis P^SanchfZ* and soytji by .lands of Philip and Mary De-wees. The M line beg^ runs N. 10 degrees W.43 chains, to a walnut tree with the same mark; the 2d line runs N. 80 degrees E. 29 chains, to r s1ak#^ tfe 0d n*ne runs S. 10 degrees E. 42 chains, to a stake; and tfre 4th line runs13.72 degrees W. 29 chains, to the beginning. .
NO. 128.ROBERT GILBERT HK* ACRES.
Concession dated March 1st, 1798. No survey.
Situated on Matanzas river.
NO/129CORNELIUS GRIFFITH'S HEIRS.450 ACRES.
Survey dated April 8th, 1792.
Situated at a place called .Griffith, near the head of Nassaw river, between two creeks. The 1st line begins at a pine marked with a cross, and runs N. 68 chains, toa stake; the 2d line runs W. 67 chains, to another stake; the 3d fine runs S. 68 chains, to a laurel with Ihe same mark; and the 4th line rims -'.*67^^ni^\t0'1tfie^bj^iiibhig..
NO. 130 JOSEPH GAUNT.325 ACRES.
; Concession dated October 12th, 1816. No survey.
100 acres situated on Trout creek, bounded by the lands of Joseph Fen-wick, and 225 acres onCedar creek.(The location has been changed by the Surveyor General, Geo. J. F. Clark, to TurnbulPs Swamp, west of Hillsborough river.
: : i NO. 131 ^JOHi* GIA NQPOLY;m ACRES.
Concession dated June 1st, 1807. Survey dated October 2d, 1823.
Situated at Maccariz, about a mile north from the city of St. Augustine^ bounded on the north bv lands of the late Antonio Monrero, on the south by land claimed by G. W. Perpall, on the east by John Gianopoly, and on the west by the public road. The 1st line runs N. 68 degrees E. 9 chains; the 2d line runsS.SS^egreefc E. 11 12-lOfr chains; the>3d line &. 68 degrees W. 9 chains; and the 4th N. 22 degrees W. 11 12-100 chains.
NO. 132.JOHN GIANOPOLY10 ACRES.
Concession dated January 19th, 1805. Survey dated October 2d, 1823, of
15 acres. ;<
Situated at Maccariz, near the city of St. Augustine; bounded oh the north by la lids of Bartholomew Suareas, oh the south byBenet Segui, on the west by lands of claimant, mm on th* east by Hospital creek. Its survey begius at


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branch of the river Matanzas* bounded on all sides by vacant lands. The 1st line begins at a pine marked H, on the margin of the river, and runs N. 20 degrees VV. 95 48-100 links, to another pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs S; 35 degrees VV.,47 74-100 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs S, SK* degree* $.106 cha'tfts, tt> another pine with the same mark; and the 4th tine runs N. 35 degrees 12. 47 74-100 chains, to the first pine. , r' ./ \;J, ; ....
m. mr^SAM|4EL HAJKILISON.^00 ACRES.
Concession dated October lt, 1791. fiunrey dajed February 14tb, 1792. .
Situated at Sevmoiir's Point, on the river Nassaw; bounded west by lands of Francis D. Tf/eran. The 1st line begins at a pine marked with a cross, on the bank of the river, and runs N. 10 degrees W. 95 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 88 NO. 140.ANTHONY HINDSMAN.-*240 ACRES.
Concession dated October 9th, 1790. Survey dated May*30th, 1793.
Situated aj Araguey, on the west bank of the North river. The-first fine begins at an oak marked with a cross, on the edge of a marsh of the river, and runs S. 20 degrees W. 30 cnaifis, to a pino with the same tnark; the 2d line runs S. 39 degrees VV. 42 chain%, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs N. 85 degreesW. 45 chatns,^** a prehearing the same mark; the 4th line runs N. 69 degrees E. 21 chains, to a laurel with the same mark; the 5th line runs N. 40 degrees 25 chains, to a pine with t&e same mark, on the edge of a marsh of a creek which enters said river. *
NO. 141.CHRISTINA HILL.405 ACRES. Concessien dated November 17th, 1815. No Burvey.
Situaffe&on Diego Ptains, viz: ISO &ores at a place Called Casino. Loca, and 355 acres oh the north side of the lands' of Sebastian Espinosa.
NO. 142ABRAHAM HANNIAN.50 ACRES.
Concession duted September 18th 1816. No survey.
* Situated at a place called Little Grove, on the east bank of the river St. John's.
NO. 143.GEORGE HENN1NG.200 ACRES.
Concession dated October 2d, 1805. Survey dated October 2d, 1818.
Situated on Bell's river, near Rose's Bluff. The 1st line begins at a stake on the bank of the river, and runs S. 39 degree? VV. 40 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 50 degreesIS;56rchains,'io a pine; the 3d line runs N. 39 degrees E. 40 chains, to aa oak on jhe edge of a n^rsbi thence along the same to the beginning.


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NO. 150.JOSEPH HAG/ENS,200 ACRES.
^ Survey dated July J5th, lftl% of" 200 acres. 1 do. do. do.
200 acres situated o.n the-Bortbfwle of Juluigt^ creje^,.and oTi the west side ol Old Field Branch; bounded west-by |he other W0 acres surveyed to claimant. The ls| Au>e begins at, anasJiou the bank of the cneek,and runs N. 15 degrees 1L 50 chains, toft^n^ fd the,#d mjkj n,ias S. 8Q degrees,<*>hains, to a gum ihen along Julington creek to the beginning. ..,
200 acres situated on the north side of Julington creek; hounded on the east by the ah8i^|.rlD*dti!Bet,^d/';oa:th9 Svest by Cormoisant's Branrh. The 1st line begins at an ash on the creek, and runs N. 15 degrees E. 50 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N.80 degrees W.40 chains, to un oak on Cormorant's Branch; thence with the same to its niouth, and then along Julington creek to the beginning. *
:;f*v-'0"'0f these 400 acres Wily 200 are coufirineaV See Rep. No. 1, Claim Ko^l64,im ^ .. ,<.-:
NO. 151.HENRT -HARTLEY.--640 ACHES. ,
Donation under an act of Congress. Survey dated July 21st, 1824.
Situated near Sr. John's river; bounded northwest by lands of Prudence Plummer, southeast by lands df George Hartley, sduth by lands of Emanuel D, Mott, and southwest by lands of -- Williams; courses and distances as follows: S. 82 degrees E, l^^cJiains, froth a piiie to a StaRS marked X X: tnence S. 8 degrees 64f chajns, to a stake hearing the same mark; thence If. 8$ degrees W. 100 chains, to a pine with t'He same'tnark;'tibeUce N. 8 degrees E. 64 chains,fothe'msjt pine.
NO. 152.FREDERICK HARTLEY.600 ACRES.
Survey dated July 8th, 1819.
,: Situated on Old Field Branch, Julington creek, east side of St. John's river: hounded otr the. southwest by lands George Hartley. The 1st line begins At a pine,~atid ru.HiB NT,' M degifceaf W. j$ cliaing, to a pine", the 2tl line runs N. 40 degrees IE. 75 chains, to a pine; the 3f line S.34 degrees E. 80'chains, to a pine; and the 4th line S.40 degrees W. 75 chains, to the pine at the beginning.
NO. 153.JOS. M. HERNANDEZ.70 ACRES.
i Concession dated December 29th, 1817.
A small island, situated at the south of Matanzas, opposite the Little Bar.
NO. 154.JOS M HERNANDEZ.100 ACRES.
Concession dated August 19th, 1811. Survey dated February >40th, 1820.
Situated at Mfflsquito, on the west side of the river Halifax, on the place called Old Chimneys. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs S. 68 degrees W. 20 chains, toi -a stake; the 2d line runs N* 22 degree* W. 50 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs N. 68 degrees E. 20 chains, to a pine on the bank of the river; and tlie 4rtr1it?e foiloWsdie^course "of the same to the pine at the beginning,


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NO. 163.JOS. M. HERNANDEZ.800 ACRES.
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Title dated May 28th, 1816. .Survey dated September 7th, 1818.
Situated on Graham's jS warn p, at the head of Matanzas river; bounded on the east by a cart road, oi^' the south by Jesse Fish's heirs, and on the north and west by Vacant lands. The 1st line begins at a pine marked F. H. on the said road, and runs S. 45 degrees Vv*.''$8 91^100 chains, to a pine marked H; the 3d line runs fi. '45. ]9edt^e9^Vt'^0: chains, toa jjine marked H{ the 3*1 line runs N. 45 degrees Er 88^0-ljOjO chains, to a pine marked H, on a creek, at or opposite the landing place; and the 4th line runs S.' 45 degrees E. 90 chains, to the first pme.
NO. 164.ROBERT HUTCHISON.150 ACRES.
Concession dated December 12th, 1815. No survey.
Situated on the north side of St. John's river, and on the northeast of McGirt's creek.
NO. 165.JAMES HUTCHISON'S HEIRS.2,000 ACRES.
Concession dated August 23d, 1803. Location changed April 14th, 1807. No
survey.
Situated oh Hutchison's Island, in Indian river; extending from said river to the entrance of Jupiter, formed by the creek named Santa Lucia, on the west, and the ocean ou the east.
NO. 166.ISAAC HENDRICKS.350 ACRES.
Title dated September 28th, 1816. Survey dated February 14th, 1817.
Situated on McCoy's creek, of the river St. John'sj bounded south and east by said creek, and north and west by public lands. The 1st line begins at an oak, on the north bank of the creek, and runs N. 45 degrees W. 100 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 45 degrees W. 70 chains, to an oak ou the same bank of McCoy's creek; thence along the same to the beginning.
NO. 167.JOHN HOUSTON.100 ACRES.
Title dated April 12th.i809; Jhirvey dated November 8tb, 1808.
Situated on Talbot Island; bounded north and south by lands of Spicer Christopher, and east and west by marshes; the N. line runs E. 30 chains, and the S. line W. 20 chains.
168.JOHN HOUSTON.92 ACRES. Title dated April 12th, ,1809. Survey dated February 11th, 1792.
Situated at St. Christopher, ou Talbot lslandj bounded north by lands of Wr*. Hendricks, south by lands of Francis D. Teran, east and west by marshes. The N. line runs N. 82 degrees W. 22 chains, and the S. line runs S. 82 degrees E. 24 chains, beginning and ending at oaks marked With a cross.
(LT^Same as No. 177.
NO. 169.JOHN HOUSTON.600 ACRES.
Concession dated December 2d, 1795. Survey dated May 20th, 1819.
'Situated on Talbot Island; from Wifl. Hendriek's line io the north end of the island.


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NO. 175.MARTIN HERNANDEZ.20 ACRES.
Title dated October 5tb, 1815. Survey dated May lOtb, 1819.
Situated at St. Sebastian's, or Ferr river* bpundjed on the east by said river, on the south by lands of M*roi*4 BrdanmvOii the west by pine landsfand ^ou the north by lands of Anjoai" Muertas. The 1st line begins at a stake on a ditch near the river, and rune S.-77 degrees WV 14 chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs S. 15degrees E. 21 chums, to another stake; the 3d line runs N. 34 degrees E. 1766-100, to a stake near the public road, on the bank of the aforesaid river; thence along its-margin to the first stake.
NO. 176.WILLIAM HART.200 ACRES.
Concession dated June 19th, 1816. Survey dated August 1st, 1819.
Situated on Diego, alias St. Pablo Plains; bounded on the east by the road to St. Pablo, and west by St. Pablo creek, The 1st line begins on the bank of the creek, and runs N. 55 degrees E, 62 chains, to a pine marked with a cross, on or near the road; thence along the same to a stake with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 55 degrees W. 70 chains, to the bank of the said creek; thence along its course to the beginning. .
NO. 177.JOHN HOUSTON.100 ACRES.
Title dated April I2th, 1809, of 92 acres. Survey dated February 11th, 1792.
Situated at St. Christopher, on "Talbot Island, &e. ^C/^This appears in every respect the same as No. 168.
NO. 178.EZEKIEL HUDNALL'S HEIRS.100 ACRES.
Title dated December 5th, 1817. Survey dated June 8th, 1821.
Situated on the east bank of the river St. John's, at a place called Falk; bounded on the north by lands of Mrs. Plutnmer, and on the south by lands of Tasset. The 1st hue begins at a cypress on the bank of the river, atid runs S. 70 degrees E. 20 chains, to a water Oak; the 2d line runs N. 15 degrees E. 50 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs N. 70 degrees W. 20 chains, to a piue on the bank of the river; thence along the same to the beginning.
NO. 179.DANIEL HURLBERT.200 ACRES.
Judicial sale dated December 15th, 1792. .No survey.
Situated four miles^nirth from St. Augustine; bounded south by the pass of Navarro, with the plantation called Chebu, north by the Five Mile Plantation, belonging to claimant, east by the public lands, in a right line of the boundaries of said Five Mile Plantation, and west by public lands.
NO. 180.MARTIN HERNANDEZ.10 1 4 ACRES.
Title dated October 5th, 1815. Survey dated May 28th, 1815.
Situated within the limits of the city of St. Augustine, and called the Orange Grove; bounded on the east, by Mary Sanchez's creek, on the south by the


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NO. 186.JAMES HALL.775 ACRES.
Concession dated January 8th, 1818. Survey dated July 21st, 1819.
Situated; according to the concession,^* follows: 500 acres near Julington creek, on the river St. John's, and 275 acres between Davin and Durbin's creeks. The survey describes tfu* situation as on the principal branch of Durbin's Swamp, below the bur tjend of said swamp. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs N. 30" dejjiteis^i60 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 60 degrees E. 45 chains, to. a pine; the 3d line runs S. 75 degrees E. 40 chains, to a pine; the 4th lirVe runs N. 43 deijrBie^'-a.'Ife chains, to a cypress; the 5th line runs S. 45 degrees E. 60eliaios. to a gum; the 6th line runs S. 45 degrees W. 64 chains, to a cypress; the 7th line runs N. 75 degrees W. 40 chains, to a pine; and the 8th line runs N. 60 degrees W.45 chains, to the first pine.
NO. 187.EZEKIEL HUDNALL'S HEIRS.255 ACRES.
Concession dated March 18th, 1817. Survey dated May 9th, 1817.
Situated on the north side of the river St. John's, nearly opposite St. Nicholas' Fort; bounded on the south and east by the river, on the west by Hogan's creek, and on the north by vacant lands. The 1st line commences at the river St. John'?, and runs along the marshes of Hogan's creek, N. 10 degrees E. 35 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 80 degrees E. 73 chains, to an oak on the bank of the St. John's. The said river forms the other boundaries.
NO. 188.ISAAC HENftRiCKS.500 ACRES.
Concession dated February 11th, 1801. No survey.
Situated on the north side of the river St. John's, at a place which runs from the plantation possessed by Francis Richard (and lately petitioned for by Philip Dell) towards the Cow-ford.
NO. 189.STEPHEN M. 1NGERSOL100 ACRES.
Concession dated June 16th, 1796. No survey.
Situated at the Nine Mileispring, on the King's road, north of St. August* ine, adjoining the lands of Manuel Marshall.
(L?*This appears in every respect the same as No. 53.
NO. 190.STEPHEN M. INGERSOL.100 ACRES.
Concession dated March 12th, 1799. No survey.
Situated in the Twelve Mile Swamp, at the place formerly oectipied and cultivated by Lewis Scofield, about 12 miles north from St. Augustine.
NO 191JAMES JAMES640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated on the south side of Julington creek; bounded on the east by lands claimed by James Hall as a tnilt seat.


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Orange Grove, in the swamp in front of the mouth of Dunn's creek.. The purvey begins at a laurel on the margin of the swamp, and runs N. 22 degrees W. 13 and a half chains, to an oak; thence S. 64 degrees W. 12 chains, to an oak; thence N. 28 degrees ,,W. 9 chains, to an oak; (hence S. 61 degrees W. 7 chains, to a point; thence N. 30 degrees; W." IB chains, to a gum; thence W. 6 chains, to an oak; thence 13. 64 degrees' W. 6* chains, to a point; thence S. 9 chains, to ah oak on the edge of a swamp; and thence along said swamp to the beginning.
NO. 196ZEPHANIAH KINGSLEY2,000 ACRES.
Title dated January 18th, 1816. Survey dated October 20th, 1815.
Situated in Twelve Mile Swamp. The 1st line begins at an oak marked with a cross, and runs E. 110 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs N. 22 1-2 degrees W. 199 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs VV. 110 chains, to a pine with the seme mark; and the 4th line runs S. 22 1-2 degrees E. 199 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 197ZEPHANIAH KINGSLEY1,000 ACRES.
Title dated December 22d, 1815. Survey dated December 1st, 1815.
Situated between the river St. Mary's and the Little St. Mary's. The 1st line begins at a hickory tree on the St. Mary's, and runsS. 22 degrees W. 90 chains, to a cypress; the 2d line runs N. 43 degrees VV. 50 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs N. 22 degrees E. 25 chains, to a pine; the 4th line runs N. 43 degrees VV, 44 chains, to a pine; the 5th line runs S. 22 degrees VV. 53 chains, to a pine; the 6th line runs S. 43 degrees E. 130 chains, to a cypress on the bank of the Little St. Mary's; thence following the banks of both rivers until it reaches the hickory tree where the first line began.
NO. 198ZEPHANIAH KINGSLEY.300 ACRES.
Title dated August 19m, 1809. Survey dated November 30th, 1791.
Situated at Fuente del Alamo, on Doctor's creek, of the river St. John's: The 1st line begins at a gum marked with' a cross, oh the bank of Doctor's creek, and runs N. 20 degrees W. 77 and a half chains, to a stake with the same mark; the 2d line runs N. 70 degrees E. 38 73-100 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs S. 20 degrees E. 35 chains, to a stake on the said creek; thence along its margin to the beginning.
NO. 199ZEPHANIAH KINGSLEY50 ACRES.
Title dated March 15th, 1817. Survey dated April 15th, 1817.
Situated at Vicente Ferrer,on the south side of the river St. John's; bounded west by lands of Manuel Romero. Beginning at a stake on the batik of the river; thence to another stake; thence bounding the lands of Bartoiome de Castro, to a creek, which, with the river, form the other boundaries.
NO. 200.ZEPHANIAH KINGSLEY.2,000 ACRES.
'titledated January 7th, 1815. No survey.
Situated at the entrance of Lake JGeorge, on the river. St. John's, and consisting of Drayton's island.


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of Jesse Newton on the west. The 1st line begins at a gum near the landing, and'runs S, 22 degrees W.70 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 68 degrees W. 10 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 22 degrees W. 10 chains, to a pine; the 4th line runs S. 68 degrees E. 65 chains, to a stake; the 5th line runs N. 22 degrees E.-30 chains, to a maple; the 6th line follows the course of the river to the beginning. '
204.FRANKEE LEWIS 640 AGRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated on the south branch of New river, about 6 mites up said river from the Bar, and about 26 miles north of Cape Florida.
NO. 205.JONATHAN LEWIS.640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated near Cape Florida, about two miles south of the river Miami, and half a mile south of T. Faints, known as the residence of Jonathan Lewis.
NO. 206.JOHN LOW.750 ACRES. Title dated January 30th, 18J2. Survey dated March 20th, 1807.
Situated at Bell's Old Field; bounded on the north 4>y Bell's creek, on the east by McGirt's creek, on the south by vacant lands, and on the west by lands of William Casney. Courses and distances as follows: N. 20 degrees E. 120 chains, U? Bell's creek; and S. 80 degrees JE. 74 chains, to McGirt's creek.
NO. 207WILLIAM LANE.--210 ACRES. Survey dated February 10th, 1793, of 212 acres.
Situated at Lane, Trout creek, St. John's river. The 1st line begins at a pine marked with a cross, and runs N.32 degrees E. 45 chains, to a pine with
the same mark; the 2d line runs-40 chains, to an oak with the same mark;
the 3d runs S. 13 degrees W. 72 chains, to a pine-with the same mark; and the 4th runs N. 74 degrees W. 42 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 208.HART WELL LEATH200 ACRES.
Survey dated November 11th, 1818.
- Situated on the north branch of Big creek, St. Mary's river. The 1st line begins at a cypress on the edge of the branch, and runs N. 8 degrees E. 30 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 82 degrees W. 10 chains, to a pine; the 3d hue runs N. 8 degrees E. 5 chains, to a pine; the 4th line runs N. 58 degrees W. 36 chains, to a pine; the 5th line runs S. 62degrees W. 10 chains,to a pine; the 6th line runs S. 8 degrees W. 45 chains, to a stake on the branch; thence following its course to the beginning. *
NO. 209.MOSES E. LEVY.275 ACRES.
Title dated February 16th, 1816. No survey.
Situated on Diego Plains; bounded on the uorth by lands of Lazaro Ortega, on the south by those of Nicholas Sanchez, on the east by the sea beach, and on the .west by the public road.


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the same mark; and the 4th Tine runs S. 30 degrees W. 59 chains, to the first station. ^
NO. 215.WILLIAM & JOHN LOFTON50 ACRES.
Concession dated September 18th, 1800. No survey.
Situated at Cabbage Spot, on the south part of Amelia Island, between the lauds of Therati and Lamb. 1
NO. 216.CHARLES LOVE.300 ACRES.
Survey dated December 10th, 1817.
Situated on the river St. Mary's, at the place occupied by claimant when the survey was made; bounded south by lands of Shadrach Standsley. The 1st line begins at a pine on the banket" the river,and runs S. 68 degrees E. 75 chain*', to a pine; the 2d litre runs S. 22 degrees W. 40 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs N. 68 degrees W. 75 chains, to-a pine on the bank of the aforesaid river; thence along its margin to the beginning.
NO. 217.JOHN LECOUNT.300 ACRES.
Concession dated August 11th, 1815. Survey dated April 26th, 1821.
Situated on the east side ofDunn's lake(granted on the east side of Lake George.) T4ie4st line begin.s t a palmetto, on the edge of a marsh of Dunn's take, and runs S. 80 decrees . 56 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 60 chains, to a pine; the 3d line rafts N. 8X) degrees VV. 56 chains, to a stake-, and the 4th fine runs S. 60 chains, to the beginning.
"21.POLLY LEVv'IS.640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated about one mile south of the river Miami, near Cape Florida.
NO. 219.FERDINAND D. -M'DONALD.800 ACRES. *
Concession dated October 8th, 1790. No survey.
Situated at a place called John Stout, on one of the branches of the Matanzas, about 20 miles to the south of St. Augustine.
.NO. 220.WILLIAM M'CULLY.300 ACRES.
- Survey dated September 8tb, 1818.
Situated on the river St. Mary's, high up. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs S. 74 degrees E. 50 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 16 degrees W. 60 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs N. 74 degrees W. 50 chains, to a pine; and the 4th line N, 16 degrees E. 60 chains, to the first pine.
NO. 221.FRANCIS MILES' GUARDIAN.200 ACRES.
.* ' Survey dated June 2d, 1793.
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cypress en the hank of the river, and- runt N. 80 degrees W. 40 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 10 degrees fr. 75 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 80 degrees E. 40 chains, to a gum on the bank of the aforesaid river; and the4th follows the same to the commencement. r.
NO. 228.-*BARTOLOME MSSBE.-300 ACRES.
Concession dated June 28th, 1796. No surveys
Situated at Tnompsoti's Bnmeh, opposite the Little Bar, on the river Matanzas.
NO. 225ANTONIO MONTERO'S HEIRS-25 ACRES.
Concession dated January 23d, 1808., Survey dated October 3d, 1823*
Situated at Maccariz, near St^Augustine; bounded on the north by lands, claimant unknown, on the west by the public road to Capuaca, and on trie south by lauds of John Gmnopofy. Its survey begins at a stake on the public road; thence along the same N. 22 degrees W. 27 78-100* chains, to another stake; thence N^i&8 degrees E. 9 chains, to another stake; thence S. 22 degrees E. 27 78-100 chains, to a point; thence to the first stake.
NO. 230.PEDRO MIRANDA.2,000 ACRES.
Title dated December 12th, 1817. Nc-survey.
Situated on the west side of St. John's river, at a place called Bernard; bounded west by Spriirg Garden, and north fey lands of Zeph. Kingsley.
NO.-231.-T-THQMAS MOY~35G ACRES.
Survey dated September 21st, 1819.
Situated on Bell's river, at a place called Row's Bluff; bounded east by lands of James G. Smith, and west hy lands of Josjah Smith. The 1st line begins'at a stake on BelPB riverj and runs N. 39 degrees E, (S. 35 degrees W.) 107 chains, to a pine; the 2d tine runs N. 50 degrees W. 42 chains, to a gum; the 3d line rus JN.39degreesE. ^chaitis^ a pine onthe Uan k of the river; thence along its margin to the beginning.
NO. 232JANE MURRAY.600 ACRES.
Concession dated July 28th, 1803. No survey.
Situated in the District of Mosquito, fronting Hillsborough river, at the place called McDougal's Plantation,about 8 miles from TurnbulPs wharf.
NO. 233.LEWIS MATTAIR.300 ACRES.
Concession dated October 4th, 1815. Survey dated August 3d, 1817.
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Concession calls for land at Amelia Island, but survey is made at Boxe's Branch, south side of the river St. John's. The 1st fine begins at a pine, and runs W. 38 chains, to a maple; the 2d line runs,N. 80 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs E. 38 chains, tp tr pirie; find the 4th linei^utis S. 80 chains, to the pine at the beginning. 1 ^:'' '


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at a pine, and runs N. 25 degrees W. 60 chains, to "another pine; the 2d line runs S. 65 degrees VV. 67 chains, totanother pine; the 3d hue runs S. 25 degrees E. 60 chains, to another pine; and the 4th hue ruus N. 65 degrees E. 67 chains, to the beginning. ''..>
NO. 239.ROBBRT M?H ARDY?S TRUSTEE1,000 ACRES.
Tittei dated July 3d, 18i5. No survey.
Situated o th ri*er Tomoko? bounded on the north hy land of the heirs of James Ormond, on the east by the river, on the south by lands of John Bunch, and on the west by the public road.
NO, 240THEREZA MARSHALL'S HEIRS.533 1-3.ACRES.
Concession dated October 10th, 1791. Survey dated May 28th, 1793.
Situated on the west side of the North river; bounded on the north by lands of Roque Leonardy. The 1st line begins at a stake marked with a cross, fin a marsh of Sweet Water Brach, and runs N. 6*8 degrees W. 45 chains, to a stake with the same mark; the 2d line runs N. 32 degrees E. 25 chains, to an oak with the same mark; the 3d line runs N. 58 degrees W. 62 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 4th line runs S. 10 degrees E. 87 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 5th line runs S. 37 degrees E. 43 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 6th line runs N. 78 degrees E. 53 chains, to a pine wuh the same mark, on the edge of the aforesaid marsh; thence to the first stake.
NO, 241CONSTANCE MFEES HEIRS.446 ACRES.
Title dated December 10th, 1791, of 500 acres. Survey dated November 17th,
1791.
Situated at a place called Liberty, Hall, on the east bank of the river St. John's. The 1st line begins at an oak marked with a cross, on the-batik of the river, and runs E. 94 ^8-100 chains, to a pine.with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 47 44-100 chains, to a laurel with the same mark on Cunning-ham creek; the 3d line runs with the said cr*fc W.94 88-100(chains, to the river St. John's; thence along its margin to the beginuing.
NO. 242.HANNAH NOBLES.100 ACRES.
Concession dated April 23d, 1816. Survey dated May 13th, 1817.
Situated on Will's Swamp, oithe river St. John's, to the east of St. Nicholas' road; bounded on all sides by vacant lands. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs N. 75 degrees E. 25 chains, to a gum; the 2d line runs S. 15 degrees E. 40 chains, to a pine; the 3d line- runs S. 75 degrees W. 25 chains,, to an oak; and the 4tb line runs N. 15 degrees W. 40 chains, to the place of beginning.
NO. 243.HANNAH NOBLES 208 ACRES.
Title dated April 24th, 1815. Survey dated December 21st, 1791.
-Situatedat BeauclerefoBluff,m.-*ha Sjt> John's. The 1st line begins at an oak marked with a cross,oii the batik of the rivei% and runs N. 45 degrees E.


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said 0*Neal,ast by marshes and waters of the St. Mary's, west by Lanford creek, and south by lands of William Casttey. Q^The same as No. 614.
NO. 250.MARGARET O'NEAL'S HEIRS.307 ACRES.
Title dated March 12th, 18W.Stirvey dated April 16th, 1792.
Situated on*Lan#rd creek, of thje river St. Mary*s, it a place called New flope. The 1st lit** begins at a sta%e on the bank of the creek, and runs N. 40 degrees BL"40** c*aimy t *h Oak; the 2*f line runs S. 65 degrees E. 11 -chains, to an oak; the 3x1 line runs S. 40 degrees E. 8 chains, to an oak; the 4th line runs S. 13 degrees E. 30 chains, to auioakjthe 5th Hue runs S.25 degrees W. 40 chains, to an oak; the 6th runs S. 45 degrees W. 25 chains, to an oak; the 7th runs W. 15 chains, to an oak on Lanford creek; thence along its margin to the beginning. All the stations marked X.
NO. 251.GABRIEL W. FERPALL.16 ACRES. Concession dated February 6th, 1805. Survey dated February 15th, 1819.
Situated about a mile to the north of St. Augustine, between the Ferry river and the road to Capuaca; bounded north by lands of the late Joseph Sanchez, east by Capuaca road, south by lands formerly of Peter Triay, and west by St. Nicholas' road. The 1st line begins at a stake .marked X, on the road, and runs S. 75 degrees W. 9 chains; thence N. 31 degrees W. 15 and a half chains; thence N.75 degrees E. 12 chains, to a stake on the road; thence along, said road to the beginning.
NO. 252.GEO. F. & OLIVER PALMER.245 ACRES.
Title dated February 15th, 1816. Survey dated September 12th, 1816.
Situated at St. Diego; bounded on the south by lands of Juan Andrew, on the north by lauds of Francis Sanchez, on the east by St. Lucias beach, and on the west by vacant pine lands. The 1st line begins at a pine marked X D, and runs N. 10 degrees W. 49 55-100 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 60 degrees W. 49 55-100 chains, to an oak marked D; the 3d line runs S. 10 degrees E. 49 55?J00 chains, to another pine marked D; and the 4th runs N. 60 degrees E. 49 55-100 chains, to the first pine.
NO. 253.JOSEPH PREVATT.400 ACRES.
Survey dated October 10th, 1818.
Situated at Turner's Swamp, on the river St. Mary's. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs N. 27 degrees W. 47 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 63 degrees E. 75 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 27 degrees E. 54 chains, to a stake; the 4th line runs S. 63 degrees VV. 65 chains, to a stake; the 5th runs N. 30 degrees VV. 10 chains, to a stake; and the 6th runs S. 60 degrees W. 29 chains, to the pine at the beginning, and bounds the lands of Thomas Prevatt.
NO. 254.THOMAS PREVATT,550 ACRES. Survey dated May 14th, 1818.
Situated at the river St.,Mary,. 1 The 1st line begins at a stake, and runs S. 80 degrees . 114 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 60 degrees W. 60


NO, m^REBECCA PENGREE'S HEtRS.^O ACRES.
Concession dated May 9th, 1798. No survey./
Situated at Cunningham's creek, including Mrs. Jones' plantation, on the east side of St. John's river. >*
NO. 361.PRUDENCE PLUMMER.350 1.3 ACRES.
Concession dated September 17th, 1800. Survey dated January 6th, 1792.
Situated on the river St. John's, at a place called Montpellier. The 1st line begins at a gum marked with a cross, on the bank of the river, and runs N. 45 degrees E. 56 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 22 degrees E. 180 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs N. 70 degrees VV. 41 chains, to a cypress on the bank of the river; thence along its margin to the beginning.. Bounded on the north by lands of Isaac Bowdeu, aifd on the south by lands of Aaron Travers. OC^Same as No. 650.
NO. 262.JAMES PLUMMER,300 ACRES.
Survey dated July 18th, 1819.
Situated on the north side of Julington creek; bounded north and east by lands of Robert Pritchard. The 1st line begins at an oak on the +ank of the creek, and runs N. 15 degrees VV. 40 chains; the 2d runs N. 75 degrees E. 77 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 15 degrees E. 40 chains, to a gum on the aforesaid creek; thence along its course to the beginning.
NO. 263. SARAH PETTY.50 ACRES.
Concession dated September 5th, 1804. No survey.
Situated on the east bank of the river St. John's, at a place called Little Orange Grove, on the first point above Buena Vista.
NO. 264.JOSEPH PAPY.640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated about 4 miles east of Picolata Fort; bounded south by Six Mile creek, and north by Honey Branch.
NO. 265.MIGUEL PAPY.640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated on Deep creek, which falls into Six Mile creek, about 6 miles from the river St. John's. \ '
NO. 266.ANDRES PAPY640 ACRES. Donation under an act of Congress. No survey. Situated at Moses' creek, about ten or twelve miles south of St. Augustine; bounded oh the north by- lands of Francis Marin, oh the south by Moses' creek, on the east by lands Of Col. Murat, and on the west by public lands.


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lands of John Forrester. The 1st line; begins at a pine marked with a cross, on the bar\k ot the river, and runs S. 45 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs W. 45 chains, to stake;.the 3d line runs N. 45 chains, to another stake with the same mark on the bank of the river; thence along its margin to the beginning, s
NO. 274.SARAH PETTY.200 ACRES.
~ Survey tiated ApuH 13th> 1792.
Sititated at Houston's Plantation, on the river St Mary's. The 1st line he-gins at alpine marked with a cross, and runs S. 70 degrees VV. 40 chains, to a pine wttrV*the sarncsmark; the 2d line runs N. 45 degrees VV. 40 chains, to a pine bearing the same mark; the 3d line runs N. 45 degrees E. 40 chains, to an oak with the same mark on the bank of St, Mary's river; thence along its margin to the beginning. *
NO. 275.GABRIEL PRIEST.500 ACRES,
Concession dated January 5th, 1816. Survey dated October 10th, 1819.
Situated on Black Creek, north side of St. John's river; bounded on the west by lands of Henry Yonge* The 1st line begins at a pine on the bank of the creek, and runs S. 40 degrees W. 40 chains, to a pine; the 2d line ruusN. 50 degrees VV. 75 chains^ to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 40 degrees VV. 50 chains, to a pine; and the 4th line runs N. 50 degrees W 40 chains, to a pine on the south prong of the said creek; thence vvith the same to the first station.
NO. 276.G. W. PERPALL.500 ACRES.
Title dated September 3d^ 1816. Location changed April 17th, 1818. Survey
dated August 17th, 1818.
Situated in Turnbull's Swamp, about 12 miles north of the city of St.. Augustine; bounded on the northeast and east by vacant lands, and on the west and north by lands formerly of James VV. Lee. The 1st line begins at a pine marked P, on the Six Mile creek road, and runs N. 12 degrees E. 60 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs -N, 45. degrees E. ,55 .chains) to a point; the 3d line runs'ft. 10 chains, to a pine with the same n^ark; the 4th line runs S. 70 degrees E. 10 chains, to a point on the edge of the swamp; the 5th line runs S. 15 degrees E. 104 chains, to a pine with the same mark; and the 6th line runs VV. to the pine at the beginning.
NO. 277.G. W. PERPALL.280 ACRES.
Title dated September 3*1* 1816. Location changed April 17th, 1818. No
survey filed. ,
Situated at Sam's Hammock, on the head of the river Matanzas; bounded on the southeast by public lands, on the southwest by lands of Geo. 1. F. Clarke and Jesse Fish, and on the other sides by vacant lands. The 1st line begins at a pin&riitS4$ed X and lutis de$$ee 13. 50 ehains, to a pine marked P; the 2d line runs S. 4J> degrees E. 56 chains, to a stake; the 3d line S. 45 degrees W. 50 cttns,4o |r pine marked P; and the 4th line N. 4 degrees VV. 56 chains, to the pine where the first line began.


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river, on the north by lands of E. M. Wanton, and on the east by vacant pine lands.
NO. 2g4.JOHN G. RUSHING.205 ACRES.
Concession dated November 27th, 1815. Survey dated February 1st, 1818, of
125 acres.
Situated between Big and Little Dunn'screek, on the north side of the river St. John's, beginning at the confluence of the said creeks, and extending above the length of Clapboard creek, from its mouth. The tract of 125 acres surveyed, is bounded on the east by lands of Francis Richard, and its first line begins at a poplar oii Little Dunn's creek, and runs N.28 degrees E. 54 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 67 degrees E. 26 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 23 degrees W. 119 chains, to a pine; the 4th line runs S. 45 degrees W. 13 chains, to a pine ou or near a BitifT; thence along the banks of Big and Little Dunn's creeks to the place where the first line began.
NO. 285 JOSEPH RAIN & WM. BAILEY.1,000 ACRES.
British grant.dated Dec. 19th, 1772. Spanish survey dated April 6th, 1793.
Situated on Trout creek, of the river St. John's, at a place eailed RofTs, where the King's road crosses the creek. Trie 1st line begins at a pine marked with a cross, and runs N. 50 degrees W. 100 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs N. 40 degrees E. 100 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs S. 50 degrees E. 100 chains, to a pine; and the 4th line runs S. 40 degrees W. 100 chains, to the first pine.
NO. 288.FRANCIS X. SANCHEZ'S HEIRS.20 ACRES.
Concession dated July 8th, 1802. No survey.
Situated on Anastacia Island, to the west of the light-house.
NO. 287FRANCIS P. SANCHEZ.380 ACRES.
.Title dated June 26th, 1816. Survey dated May 1st, 1819.
Situated to the north of Diego Plains; bounded on the north by lands of Wm. Hartley, on the south by the head of Pablo creek, or boundary of the lands lately granted to another inhabitant, on the east by the beach and part of the lands of Francis R. Sanchez and John M. Sanchez, and on the west by St. Diego's Swamp.
According to the survey, the boundaries and dimensions' areas follows: The 1st line begins at a stake, and runs N. 20 degrees W. 95 chains, to a stake-bounded by vacant lands; the 2d line runs N. 65 degrees E. 40 chains, to a stake-abounded by vacant lands; the 3d line runs S. 20 degrees E. 95 chains, to a stakebounded by the beach; and .the 4th line runs S. 65 degrees W. 40 chains, to the first stakebounded by lands of John Sanchez.
NO. 288.JOSEPH SUMMERALL.150 ACRES.
Survey dated March 11th, 1792.
Situated at William's creek, on the head of Nassaw river, five miles in the interior. The 1st line begins at a stake marked with a cross, and runs S. 45


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"NO. 295.LEVI SPARKMAN.640 ACRES.
Donation under ah act of Cougress. No survey. (
Situated on Little Trout creek, adjoining the road from Jacksonville to Camp Pinckney, and above the road.
NO. 296,JOHN SILCOCK.300 ACRES.
^Survey o*afed Mar^h 18th, I'm.
Situated three miles from the head of Nassaw river, at a plae& caHed Silcock; bounded on the south by lands of William David. The 1st tine begins at a stake marked with a cross, and runs S. 55 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs E; 55 chains, to another pine bearing the same mark; the 3d line runs N, 55 chains, to a stake; and the 4th line W. 55 chains, to the first stake.
NO. 297.AGNEDA SEGUI.1.200 ACRES.
Title dated July 20th, 1816. Survey dated January 8ih, 1819.
Situated to the south of Deep creek, and bounded south by the lands of Bartholome de-Castroy Ferrer, at the place called Three Ruiis, on the road to St. Vicente Ferrer. The 1st line runs N. 45 degrees W. 150 chains; the 2d ruus S. 45 degrees W. 48 chains; the 3d runs S. 15 chains*, tfie 4th runs S. ^22 degrees E. 35 chains; the 5th S. 70 chains; the 6th line runs S. 70 degrees *E. 55 chains*, the 7th line runs E. 55 chains; the 8th N. 22 degrees W. 39 chains; and the-9th to the place where the first line began.
NO. 298.BERNARDO SEGUI.300 ACRES.
5Concession dated November 17th, 1815. Survey dated October 7th, 1818.
Situated at Mosquito, on the river Halifax, near Pelican Island; bounded north by lands of Fa.rquhar Bethune, and south and west by vacant lands; the 1st line runs S. 60 degrees W. 25 chains; the 2d S. 30 degrees E. 120 chains, forming,a long square.
NO. 299.CHARLES SETON.700 ACRES.
Survey dated April 14th, 1792.
Situated at Aaron's, on the river St. Mary's. The 1st I hie Beginsat a stake marked X, and runsS. 70 degrees -12. 150 chainsi t^a pine vyith the same ISark; the 2d line TunsS. 25 degrees E, 23 chains, to a pine with the same \mark; the 3d line runs S. 30 degrees W. 95 chains, to a ptne with the same mark; the 4th line runs N. 60 degrees W. 84 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 5th line runs N. 30 degrees E. 84 chains, to a pine with the same mark on the bank of the aforesaid river; thence to the beginning.
NO. 300.CHARLES" SETON.1,400 ACRES,
Concession dated March 1st, 1815. Survey dated May 16th, 1816, of 1,251
acres, and of 520 acres.
1,251 acres situated on Houston Swamp, of the river Nassavv. The 1st line begins on the edge of a marsh, and runs S. 100 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs W., 128 ehains, to a pine; thje 3d line runs N. 75 chains, to a piue ou the edge of a marsh of Thomas' creik^ thence along marshes to the beginning.
149 acres* part of a survey of 520 acres, situated at a place palled Round-about, on the said river Natsftw.


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by lands of Santos Rodriguez. The 1st line begrns,at a cypress on the bank of the lake, and runs N.33 E. degrees 170 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 67 degrees E. 160 chains, to a cypress; the remaining boundary is formed by the said lake.
NO. 307.FRANCIS P. SANCHEZ'S600 ACRES.
Concession dated I)eceniber 4th 1792. Survey dated April 28th, 1819.
Situated about 16 miles north from St. Augustine, on the road to the Bluff, alius St. Vicente Ferrer, between this roatl and the lands of John Andrew; bounded south by lands of Thomas Travers, and north by public lands. The 1st liHoheginsat a pine marked X, and runs N. 77 degrees E. 60 chains, to a pine with, the same mark; the 2d line runs N. 13 degrees W. 100 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs S. 77 degrees W. 60 chains, to u pine'; and the 4th S. 13 degrees E. 100 chains, to the first pine.
NO. 308.WILLIAM SPARKMAN.300 ACRES.
"Occupation since 1817. No survey.
Situated on the north side of the crossing place of Boggy Swamp, on the King's road from St. John's to St. Mary's river.
NO. 309.JOSEPH SUMMERALL__300 ACRES.
Survey dated November 11th, 1791.
Situated at Sekey's Bluff, on the east side of the river St. John's. The 1st line begins at a gum marked with a cross, on, the bank of the river, and runs N. 77 chains and 50 links. t6 a stake; the 2d line runs W. 38 chains and 75 links, to another stake; the 3d line runs S. 43 chains and 50 links, to theriver; then along its meanders to the first station.
NO..310.FRANCIS P. SANCHEZ.250 ACRES.
Concession dated March 18th, 1817. Survey dated May 3d^ 1817.
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Situated at Wills' Swamp, about nine miles southwes)t frorp the post of St. Nicholas, on the river St. John's, and bounded on all sides by public lands. The 1st line begins at a gum, and runs W. 50 chains; to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 50 chains, to an ash; the 3d line runs E. 50 chains, to a pine; and the 4th line runs S. 50 chains, to the beginning. (Granted originally on Cedar Swamp; but that place being previously granted, the Surveyor General made the location as above described.)
NO. 311.FRANCIS P. SANCHEZ.2,000 ACRES.
Title dated December 7th, 1817. Survey dated September 9ih, 1819.
Situated in the Big Hammock, about 40 miles to the west of Buena Vista, on the,, river St. John's; bounded south by lands of Antonio Alvarez, and north by lands of Catalina J. Hipuelos. The 1st line beginaat a stake, and runs S. 55 degrees VV. 100 chains, to a stake; the 2d line N. 35 degrees W. 200 chains, to a stake; the 3d line N. 55 degrees E. 100 chains, to a stake; thence to the first stake.


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NO. 318.NICHOLAS SANCHEZ'S IlEHtS300 ACRES.
Concession dated February 3d, 1800, Survey dated June 23d, 1809.
Situated an Diego Plains, at a place called Qui Qui; bounded on the north by lands of Francis Sanchez, east by;On an a Creek, west and south by vacant lands. The 1st line begins on the bank of sald creek, and runs S. 35 degrees W. 20 chains, to a point;- the 2d line runs S. 55 degrees E. 200 chains, to a poiut; thence to the creek.
NO. 310.RAMON SANCHEZ.200 ACRES.
Title dated April 19th, 1810. No survey.
Situated on the south side of the river St. John's; at a place called the Ship Yard, distant about a half mile from St. John's Bluff; beginning at the west side of the creek of St. Vicente Ferrer.
NO 320.FRANCIS P. SANCHEZ100 ACRES.
Title dated June 10th, 1816. Survey dated June 30th, 1818.
Situated at a place called Qui Qui, on Diego Plains; bounded south and east by lands of John Tate, north by Diego Plains, and west by the head of North river. The 1st line begins at a palmetto on a marsh, and runs east 36 chains, to a point; the 2d runs S. 30 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs W. 30 chains, to a stake; thence along a marsh to the beginning.
NO. 321FRANCIS X: SANCHEZ'S HEIRS,1,000 ACRES.
Concession dated March 4th, 1793. Survey dated April 26th, 1819,
Situated on Diego Plains, to the south of Josefa Espinosa, and divided into four tracts. The first tract runs thus: the 1st, or south line, runs S. 75 degrees W. 53 chains, and ends at a pine marked Xbounded by lands of Simeon Sanchez; 2d line S. 75 degrees W. 35 chains, beginning at a palmetto with the same mark, and ending at an oakbounding tue^ands of S. Espinosa; 3d line S. 57 degrees VV., beginning by said oak and eft&kig at a. pine marked M andXmeasuring 18 and a half chains.
The 2d tract runs N. 86 degrees VV.
The 3d runs S. 75 degrees VV., beginning at a palmetto marked X,and ending at a pine with the same mark. (These three? portions follow the margin of the swamp, on the west side.)
The 4th tract contains two lines, the first of which runs N, 4 degrees VV. 80 chains, beginning at a palmetto marked X, and ending at an oak, and bounds the lands of Philip pewees; the 2d line runs S. 86 degrees E. 32 chains, from said oak to a stake.
NO. 322DAVID SCURRY300 ACRES.
Survey dated June 26th, 1820.
Situated on the east side of Goldby's lake, St. John's river, and bounded south by a creek, and by lands of Robert Pritchard. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs S. 75 degrees W. 20 chains, to a pine; the 2d S. 15 degrees VV. 9 "huius, to a pine on the said creek; the 3d N. 70 degrees VV. 40 chains, to an


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degrees VV. 54 80-100 chains, to a pine; thence S. 25 degrees E. $4 80-100
chains, to a pine with the same mark; thence-65 degrees E. 54 80-100
chains, to the first pine.
NO. 328.THOMAS TRAVERS' HEIRS.420 ACRES.
British grant dated March 10th, 1783. Spanish survey dated Dec. 20th, 1819.
Situated on Peavett's Swamp, About three or four mites from St. Sebastian's F^-Ty* and West of Sf. Augustine. The 1st line begins at a pine marked X, and runs -N. 63 degrees E. 70 chains and 71 links, to a pine marked *, near a road; the 2d line runs with Penman's road S. 27 degrees E, 52 chains, to a point; thence, forming an angle, to a point on the edge of a swamp; thence S. 27 degrees E. to another point; thence S. 74 degrees VV..24 chains, to a pine marked S ; thence N. 34 degrees VV. to a pine marked .2; thence S. 63 degrees W. to a pine marked X; thence N. 27 degrees W. to the first pine.
NO. 329.JOHN TROP'S HEIRS.250 ACRES.
Concession dated March 17th, 1806. Survey dated October 24th, 1816.
Situated on Fitzhartley's Bluff, between the river Little St. Mary's and the head of the Nassaw; bounded west by lands of Archibald Atkinson, called Spell's Old Field. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs N. 45 degrees W. 42 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 45 degrees VV. 60 chains, to a pine bounded by Hartley's old plantation; the 3d line runs S. 45 degrees E. 42 chains, to a stake; and the 4th line runs N. 45 degrees E. 60 chains, to the first pine bounded by lands of Geo. Atkinson.
NO. 330.ANDREW TUCKER'S ADM'R.230 ACRES.
Concession dated October 24th, 1804. Survey dated June 26th, 1816.
Situated at Black Hammock, on Amelia river; bounded north and south by lands of Lewis Mattair. The 1st line begins at a stake on the edge of a marsh, and runs S. 83 degrees W. 100 chains, to another stake; the 2d line runs NO. 331.PEDRO TROPE.150 ACRES. Concession dated March 15th, 1803. No survey. Situated at Mosquito, north of Turnbull's settlement.
NO.-332.JOHN UPTIGROVE.-250 ACRES.
, Concession dated July 27tb, 1803. No survey.
Situated on the north side of the river Nassaw, at-a place called Lofton's Peach Orchard.
NO. 333.JEHU UNDERWOOD.600 ACRES.
Concession dated May 20th, 1805. Survey dated May 1st, 1821.
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35 degrees E. 154 12-100 chains, to a pine marked W M; the 2d line runs S. 65 degrees W. 154 12-100 chains, to a pine marked III; the 3d line runs N. 35 degrees W. 154 12-100 chains, to a pine marked 11; and the 4th line rubs N. 65 degrees E. 154 12-100 chains, to the first pine.
NO. mJOSEPH F. WHiTE^-2-3 of 2,000 ACRES. Title dated July 3d, 1815. Survey dated May 29th, 1815.
Situated at Mosquito,'to the west of New. Smyrna;'bounded north by lands -of Ambrose Hull, and on" the other points by vacant lands. Its survey begins at a pine marked B; thence N. 25 degrees VV. 141 43-100 chains, to another pine With the satire mark; thence & 65 degrees VV. 141-43-100'chains,' to another pine, forming a square. ,
(X^This is part of No. 428.
NO. 341.NATHANIEL WILDS.300 ACRES.
Survey dated December 4th, 1818,
Situated at Lofton's creek, on the river Nassaw, The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs W. 70 chains;|o a pine; the 2d line runs S.50 chains, to a pine; the 3d runs N. 78 degrees E. 72 chains, to a pine; and the 4th runs N. 36 chains, to the pine at the commencement.
NO. 342E. WATERMAN'S HEIRS.175 ACRES.
Title dated February 22d, 1816. Survey dated February 4th, 1816.
, Situated at Jelly; or Waterman's Bluff, on a branch of the St. Mary's called Bell's river; bounded north by lands of John HoWell and by Bell's river, south by lands of William Carney, and west by vacant lands. The 1st line begins at a stake on the bank of a marsh, anil runs S. 39 degrees W. 70 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 51 degrees W: 33 chains, to a pine; the 3d runs N. 39 degrees E. 36 chains, to a pine on the marsh of the river; thence to the place where the first line began.
NO. 343E. WATERMAN'S HEIRS.260 ACRES.
Title -dated February 22d,.l$16i Survey dated;February 5th,!8l6.
Situated at Brown's creeek, next above Waterman's Bluff, on a branch of the St. Mary's called Bell's river; bounded south and west by lands of EJ. Waterman, north by vacant lands, and east by Bell's river. The 1st line*begins at a [line on the margin of a marsh, and runs S. 39 degrees W. 36 chains, to a pine; the 2d runs N. 51 degrees W. 75 chains, to a pine; the 3d due runs N. -39'degrees E.36 chains, to an oak on the said marsh; thence, crossing Brown's creek, along the edge of the marsh to the beginning.
NO. 344.EDWARD M. WANTON150 ACRES. Concession dated November 23d, 1801. Survey dated November 17th, 1819.
Situated at Wanton's Plantation, on the east side of the river St. John's, near Picolata; bounded on the north, east and south by public hmds. The 1st line begins at an oak on the bank Of the river, and runs N. 75 degrees E. 30 chains, to a pinej the 2d. line runs N. 22 degrees W,, 52 chains, to alpine;.the 3d ruTis S. 08 de-gjfeeV W. 30 chains, to a niapje oti the bank of the river; ihehqe'atoi% its meanders r6 th^^b%inhihgi


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begins at a stake marked with a tross, on the bank of the river, and runs S.20 degrees W. 67 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d runs N. 70 degrees W. 68 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d runs N. 20 degrees E. 67 chains, to a stake with the same mark on the bank of the river; thence along its meanders; to the beginning.
HQ. 351PHILIP WEADMAN.150 ACRES.
Concession dated July 5th, 1815. Survey dated April 28th, 1819.
Situated on Picolata road, about 12 miles from St. Augustine; bounded N. by lands of Antonio Huertas. Its survey begins at a pine marked W, on the sdid road, and runs N. 55 degrees W 20 chains, to a pine with the same mark; thence S. 35 degrees W. 33 chains, to a laurel with the same mark near a pine marked H; thence S. 55 degrees W. 40 chains, to a point; thence, forming an angle, to a pine on the road marked YV; thence with the road, to the place where the first True began.
NO 352 ROBERT WALKER .108 ACRES,
Concession dated July I4th, 1803. No survey.
Situated on the sea shore, to the south of the bar of Mosquito, at a place formerly cultivated by Dr. Turnbull.
NO. 353.WILLIAM WALKER.175 ACRES.
Title dated February 16th, 1816. Survey dated February20tb, 1807.
125 acres on Cypress Grove, on the northern extremity of a small island situated on the north branch of the river Nassaw; bounded on the south, east and north by vacant lands, and on the west by the river Nassaw. Courses and distances as follows: S. 10 degrees W. 35 chains, and N. 80 degrees W. 35 chains.50 acres more on the south side of the above.
NO. 354HENRY YQNGE.480 ACRES.
Title dated December 22.1, 1815. Survey dated April 1st, 1816.
Situated on the river St, Mary's, between Higginbottom's Bluff mid Son-dag's Bluff; bounded north and west by the said river, east by lands of John Hobkirk, and south by lands of-Elizabeth Higgitibottom. The 1st liiie begins at a pine on the bank of the river, and runs S. 80 -chains, to another pinef thence, forming an angle, to a pine on the bank of the river; thence along its meanders to the place where the first line began.
NO. 355.HENRY YONGE.500 ACRES.
Title dated December 22d, 1815. Survey dated April 3d, 1816.
Situated on the river St. Mary's; bounded on the west by the Little St. Mary's, on the south by lands of Seymour Pickett, and on the east by lands of Nathaniel Wilds. The 1st line begins at a gum on the river St. Mary's, and rims S; 20-degrees W. 117.chains, to a pirte; the 2d line runs N. 55 degrees W. 72 chains^ to a gum on the bank of the Little St. Mary's; thence with the same and the St. Mary's to the place where the first line began.


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from St. Augustine; bounded on the east by the'river Majanzas and St. Sebastian's, on the south hy a little creek called J uta, on the north by another creek called Gonzales, and on the west by pine t>arrens.
NO. 362.. W FERPAJuL.355 ACRES.
Title dated January 13th, 1818. Survey dat*j August 13th, 1818.
Situated at a place called Turnbull's Swamp, ahout 12 miles northwest from St. Augustine; bounded south, east and west by lands of Antonio Huertas, and north by the Picolata, road* The 1st line begins at a pine marked B, and runs N. 12 degrees E. 60 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs 8. 70 degrees W. 30 chains; 3d Mm runs N. 22 degrees W. 33 chains, to a pine with the same mark; 4th line S. 12 degrees E. 50 chains, to a pine marked X; 5th line S. 50 degrees E. 33 chains; and the 6th line E. 30 chains, to the pine at the beginning.
NO. 363.G VV. PERPALL.600 ACRES.
Concession dated January 1799. No survey on file.
Situated on the Matanzas, to the south of the Orange Grove, at a place called Buen Retiro; bounded on the north and east by public lands, on the south by lands of Joseph M. Hernandez, and on the west by the river Matan?as. According to claimant's .memorial, the courses and distances are as follows: The 1st line runs N. 60 degrees E. 68 chains, from the river to a stake; 2d line runs N. 82 degrees W. 140 chams, to a palo*etto marked P; the 3d tine runs S.60de^rpes W1S chains, lo the Matanzas river; the 4th line thence S. 10 degrees W. 14 chains; then 8. 8 degrees E. 10 chains; then S. 20 degrees E. 72 chains, to an oak marked PH; then to the place where the first line began.
NO. 364.G. W. PERPALL.1 ACRE.
Title dated January 15th, 1818. No survey.
A small island on the river Matanzas, situated near the bar, m front of claimant's plantation called Buen Retiro.
NO. 365WG W. PERPALL.-^660 ACRES, .
Title dated January 12th, 181& Survey dated September 9th, 1819.
Situated in the Big Hammock, about 40*miles from the post of Buena Vista, to the west ef St. John'sriver,and about 7 miles from the river Okelewaha; bounded north by lands of Mathias Martinez, and south by lands of Catalina J. Hipuelos. The 1st line begins at a stake, and runs S. 55 degrees W. 82 and a half chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs N. 35 degrees W. 80 chains, to a stake; the 3d line runs N. 55 degreed E. 82 and a half chains, to a stake; and the 4th line runs S. 35 degrees E. 80 chains, to the stake at the beginning.
NO. 366.JOSEPH PEAVETT'S HEIRS.250 ACRES.
British grant dated April 14th, 1783. Survey dated September 7th, 1782.
Situated near the Three Runs; bounded north by a branch of Pablo creek, east by lands of Robert Payee, west by lands of Francis A. Elliot, and south


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'NO. 371.ANTELIN GAY.600 ACRES.
Concession dated May 27th, 1799. Survey dated October 29tb, 1819.
Situated 28 miles north of St. Augustine, at a place called Wilson's Swamp. The 1st line begins at a pine marked X, on the border *>f a swamp, and runs S. 78 degrees W. 62 chains, to a pine bearing the same mark; the 2d hue runs N. 12" degrees W. 75 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs N. 78 degrees E. 62 chains, to Wilson's Swamp creek; thence along the same to the border of a swamp; thence to the beginning,
NO. 372.PEDRO MIRANDA.1,000 ACRES.
Concession dated January 2d, 1816. No survey.
Situated on the west side of the North river; bounded on the north by Cabbage swamp, on tbe south by lands of John Andrew, and on the east by said river.
NO. 373.ELIZA ROBINSON.105 ACRES.
Concession dated March 5th, 1803. Survey dated September 30th, 1821.
Situated at the Stockades, about 1 and a half miles north of St. Augustine; bounded on the south by lands of James Gugot, on the west by the river St. Sebastian's and the public road, and on the east by the lower public road. Irs survey begins at a Stake near the remains of an old battery, commonly called the Stockades, and runs N. 15 degrees W. 60 chains, to another stake; thence N. 72 degrees E. 165 chains, to another stake on the lower road. Beginning again at the first stake; thence N. 69 degrees E. 19 chains, to another stake on the lower road; thence N. 18 degrees W. 59 chains, to the other stake on the fame road.
NO. 374 REUBEN HOGANS.385 ACRES.
Title dated October Hth, 1811. Survey dated January 20th, 1809.
Situated near the military post of St. Nicholas, on the river St. John's; bounded east by lands of James Lee, and south by lands of James Hall and a creek. Its survey begins at ah oak marked wiTrra cross, and runs S. 45 degrees E. 40 chains, to a creek. Beginning again at the same oak; thence S. 45 degrees W. 53 chains, to point; thence, forming an angle, to another point; thence 20 chains, to an oak marked with a cross; thence S. 20 degrees E. 60 chains, to a pine with the same mark; thence, forming an angle, to the creek, and along its margin to the place where ends the first described line.
NO. 375CHARLES HOGANS200 ACRES.
Title dated January 12th, 1818. Survey dated December 5th, 1816.
Situated on Hendrick's creek, of the river St. John's; bounded on the west by lauds of Isaac Hendrick's, on the north by vacant lands, on the east by lands of Mrs. Hall, and on the south by said creek. Tbe 1st line begins at a maple on the bank of the creek, and runs N. 30 degrees W. 50 chains, to a stake; the 2d line E. 30 degrees N.40 chains, to a cypress; th (L/^Same as No. 551.


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W. 54 chains, to another stake; the 2d Hne inns N. 54 degrees W. 48 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs N. 36 degrees E. 90 chains, to a stoke on the edge of a marsh, which forms the other line.
NO. 383.JAMES BOSLEY.500 ACRES.
Concession dated jfuly 30th, 1806. No survey.
Situated at Moultrie, about 4 miles south of St. Augustine; bounded on the east by Matanzas river; on the south by Mcultrie creek, on the west by public lands, and on the north by lands of Canova. ,
NO. 384.EUSEBIUS BUSHNELLS HEIRS.600 ACRES,
Concession dated March 13th, 1799. No survey.
Situated in the Twelve Mile swamp, adjoining the lands of Cowin. Beginning tit a walnut tree marked E B, and running north.
NO. 385.BELTON A. COPP.1,200 ACRES.
Concession dated January 22d, 1818. Survey dated August 1st, 1818,
Situated at Palatka, on the west side of St. John's river; bounded on the north and west by vacant lands, and on the south by lands of G. Perpall. The 1st line begins at an oak on the bank of the river, and runs N. 45 degrees W. 120 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 45 degrees E. 120 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 45 degrees E. 80 chains, to a cypress on the bank of the river; thence along the same to the beginning.
NO. 386.LORENZO CAPOS HEIRS.157 ACRES.
British survey dated January 3d, 1783, of 50 acres. Bill of sale, or receipt, dated January 21st, 1784, of 107 acres.
Situated on the west side of the North river, about 9 miles from St. Augustine, opposite General Grant's plantation. 50 acres on a small island: one line runs S. 83 degrees E. 36 chains; the next N. 1 degree VV. (distance not mentioned); thence N, 9 degrees W. (distance not mentioned); thence N. 60 degrees W. (distance not mentioned); thence S. 80 degrees W. (distance not mentioned); thence to the beginning, following different courses not specified on the platThe other 107 acres separated from the above by a creek, and not surveyed.
NO. 387.JOSEPH DELESPINE560 ACRES.
Concession dated October 7th, 1800. Survey dated April 6tb, 1821.
Situated at Deep creek, about 6 miles northwest from St. Augustine; bounded on the east by St. Sebastian's creek. The 1st line begins at a stake in the marsh, and runs S. 85 degrees VV. 113 chains, to a pine marked H; the 2d line runs S. 33 degrees E. 52 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 3d hne runs E. 110 chains, to a stake in the marsh; thence to the first stake.
NO. 388JOSEPH DELESPINE600 ACRES.
Concession dated May 2d, 1811. Survey dated March 18th, 1821.
Situated about 2 miles north of St. Augustine. The 1st line begins at a stake, at or near the Stockades, east of the crossing place of St. Sebastian's creek, and run* M. 8degrees VV. 19 chains, to a stake; the 2d N, 32 degrees


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srtnrk on the border of a swamp; thence along the same 7 and a half chains; then N. 35 degrees W. 24 chains, m.a pine with the same mark oh the road; thence with tire same to the first pine.
NO. 394.ANTELIN GAY.-^300 ACRES.
Concession dated February 3dy4$01. Surrey dated May 9tb, 1809.
Situated on Rostf plantaliaa, MpsqHo/n tha^fetb^nk ofth South river, or Lagoon; borgiried on ail sWeaby vacant lands. The 1st line commences at a stake; and runs S. 30 degrees E. 50 chains, to a palmetto, aloiijj; the Lagoon; the 2d line runs S. 60 degrees W. 60 chains, to a palmetto; the 3d line runs N. 30 degrees W. 50 chains, to a pine; and th 4th line N. 60 degrees E. 60 chains, to the first station.
NO- 395.JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ.G35 ACRES.
Concession dated* May 25th, 1816. Location changed January 26th, 1818. Survey dated September 4th, 1818.
Situated at Buyek's Hammock, on Matanzas river; bounded north by lands of claimant called Mala Compra. The 1st line begins at a pine marked H, and runs N.60 degrees E. 56 36-100 chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs S. 20 degrees E. 112 18-100 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs S. 60 degrees* W. 56 36-100 chains, to a pine with the same mark; and the 4th line runs N. 20 degrees VV. 112 18-100 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 396JOSEPH B. REYES200 ACRES.
. Concession dated pecember Iftb,. 1799.;
Situated on Moultrie creek, by which it is bounded on the south; bounded on the east by lands of Charles Gobert, and on tbe north and west by vacant lands; the 1st line begins at a laurel marked X, oh a branch, and runs S, 50 degrees W. 67 chains, to a pine with the same mark; thence S. 40 degrees E. 25 chains, to another pine with the same mark on the bank of the river; thence along the same to the mouth of the branch; then tbllowing its course to the beginning.
(TJ^Same as No. 457. :
NO. 397ROBERT ANDREWS' HEIRS500 ACRES Title dated April 6tb, 1809. Survey dated May 12th, 1793.
Situated on Diego Plains, at a place called St. Robert. The 1st line runs S. 10 degrees E. 85 chains, beginning at a palm tree marked with a cross, and ending at a pine with the same mark; the 2d line.runs S. 80 degrees W. 60 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs N. 10 degrees W. 85 chains, to another pine With the same-mark; and the 4th line N. 80 degrees E. 60 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 398JOHN ANDREWS' HEIRS.161 1-8 ACRES.
Title dated July 10th, 1804. Survey dated May 24th, 1793.
Situated oft the east bank of the Northriver, at a place called^Vhite Shells; bounded on the south by lauds of Jbse Pert* de Burgo, on the east by Guana


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Leonardy, and south by lands of James Arnau,'and by a creek called the King's Landing. The 1st line runs N. 30 degrees W. 53 chains, beginning at a pine marked with a cross, and ending at another marked A; the 2d line runs N. 48 degrees E. 52 chains, to a point on the edge of a marsh; thence along rhe same to the King's Landing; and thence along the course of the creek, and of the north line of James Arnau, to the first pine.
NO. 405.EDWARD ASHTON'S HEI#S.245 ACRES.
Title dated January 18th, 1816. Survey---t
Situated on the head of Turnbull's creek, northwest from St. Augustine. The 1st line runs S. 80 chains, beginning at an oak marked with a cross, on the east side of Little Turnbull's Swamp, near its head, and ending at a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs VV. 32 chains, to a gum with the same mark; the 3d line N. 80 chains, to a pine with the same mark; and the 4th line E. 32 chains, to the first oak.
NO, 406.GERONIMO ALVAREZ.500 ACRES.
Title dated January 12th, 1818. Survey dated July 25th, 1818.
Situated at Mosquito, on the west bank of Hillsborough river; bounded south and west by vacant lands, and north by lands of Raphael Andrew. The 1st line begins at an oak on the bank of the river, marked A A, and runs south 25 degrees E, to another oak marked A; 2d line S^tJS degrees W. 100 chains, -to a pine marked X; 3d line N. 25 degrees W. 50 chains, to another pine with the same mark; .a*td the 4th line N. 65 degrees E. 100 chains, to the first oak.
NO. 407.JAMES ARNAU.125 ACRES.
Concession dated April 13th, 1807. Survey dated June 30th, 1818.
Situated on Marshall's plantation, North river; bounded north by lands of Francis Arnau, and by King's creek, west by Sr. Diego road, and east by marshes. The 1st line begins at a pine marked X, on the edge of a marsh of King's creek; and runs S, 30 degrees E. 34 chains, and ends at another with the same mark on the bank of Salom's creek; the 2d line runs S. 45 degrees W. 37 chains, to another pine with the same mark on the said road; thence following the same to another pine with the same mark; thence to the creek, and along the same to the first pine.
NO 408.GEORGE ATKINSON.TOWN LOT.
Concession dated February 27th, 1811.
Situated within the city of Fernandina, and designated by lot No. 10, of the 10th block.
NO. 409.GEORGE ATKINSON.TOWN LOT, Concession dated January 31st, 1811.
Situated within the city of Fernandina, and designated by lot No. 11, of the 8ih block.


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bounded north by lands df Pedro Fushar, south by lands of Estevan Arnau, east by the North river, and west by the road.
NO. 417.ESTEVAN ARNAU.260 5-6 YDS. IN FRONT.
Concession dated June 3d, 1807. No survey.
Situated on the east side of the road, north of the city of St. Augustine; bounded north by lands of Francis Arnau, south by lands of Philip Solana, east by the North river, and west by the road.
NO. 418.JOHN ANDREW.^-1 ACRE.
Concession dated July 19th, 1820. No survey.
Situated on the east side of the road, north of the city of St. Augustine, joining the land gate.
NO. 419.GEO. ATKINSON.550 ACRES.
Title dated February 22d, 1816. Survey dated August 1st, 1815.
Situated on the west bank of the river St. John's; bounded north and west by lands of John H. Mcintosh, and south by McGirt's creek. The 1st line begins at a pine on the bank of the creek, and runs N. 22 degrees E.0 chains, to a pine; the 2d line rurts S. 56 degrees E. 80 chains, to a stake on the bank of the river; the 3d line is formed and hounded by the St. JdhnV; and the 4th by McGirt's creek.
NO. 420.ANTONIO ALVAREZ.1,500 ACRES.
Title dated December 7th, 1817. No survey.
Situated west of the St. John's river, at a place called Big Hammock, forty miles, more or less, from Bueiia Vista; beginning to the south of said Hammock, and continuing to the north, towards a sour orange grove.
NO. 42LMARGARITA ACOSTA.341 YDS. IN FRONT. Concession dated June 3d, 1807. No survey.
Situated on the east side of the road, north of the city of St. Augustine; bounded south by lands formerly of Pedro Estopa, north by lands formerly occupied by Jos. Carmona, east by the north river, aud west by the road.
(T^This appears to be the same as No. 490.
NO. 422CHARLES W. BULOWS HEIRS.4,675 ACRES.
Concession dated July 28th, 1812. Survev dated June 25th, 1821, of 3,486 acresJune 25th, 1821, of 514 acresJune 25th, 1821, of 675 acres..
3,486 acres situated-between the Tomoko and Matanzas rivers, at a place called Graham's Swamp; bounded west by the public road, north by lands of Francis Pellicer and of G. W. Perpall, east by Haulover creek, and south by lands of Mrs. Ormond. The 1st line begins at a pine marked R'P, and runs S. 35 degrees E. 214 chains, to a pine on the public road; the 2d line runs N. 70 degrees E. 88 chains, to a cabbage tree on the border of a marsh of Smith's creek; thence to the mouth of Haulover creek; thence up the creek to the


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vey begins at a pine marked B; thence N, 25 degrees W. 141 43-100 chains, to another pine with the same mark; thence S. 65 degrees VV. 141 43-100 chains, to another pine, forming a square. (LT^This appears to be the same as No. 340.
NO. 429.SAMUEL BETTS' ASSIGNEE1,800 ACRES.
Title dated July 3d, 1815. Survey dated May 29th, 1815.
Situated at Matanzas; bounded south by Northwest creek, east by a marsh, north by lands of Antonio M est re, and West by lands of the heirs of McHenry. The north line runs N. 80 degrees E. 77 47-100 chains; the east line runs N. 10 degrees W. 228 chains, beginning at a pine market! B, on the bank of the creek, and ending tit a stake; the west line runs parallel with the east !ine,be-ginningat a pine marked B,on the edge of a marsh neara hammock, and ending at another pine with the same mark; and the south line is formed by the said creek,
Ou^This appears to be the same as No, 348.
NO. 430JOSEPH BERGALLO230 ACRES.
Title dated March 18tb, 1817. Survey dated March 10th, 1816.
Situated on Thomas' Swamp, near a place called Mills' Swamp, District of Nassaw. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs S. 80 degrees E. 60 eha-ins, to another pine; the 2d line N. 10 degrees E. 34 chains, to another pine; 3d line N. 80 degrees W. 60 chains, to a pine; and the 4th line S. 10 degrees W. 34 chains, to the first pine.
NO. 431FARQUHAR BETHUNE145 ACRES.
Title dated January 3d, 1811. Survey dated December 18th, 1791,
K Situated at a place called St. Domingo, on the south bank of the river St. John's; bounded on the northwest by lands of Gerard Forrester. The 1st line begins at a cypress marked with a cross, on the bank of the river, and runs S. 25 degrees W. 51 and a half chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs E. 56 chains and 50 links, to an oak with the same mark on the bank of the river, forming a triangle. N
NO. 432FRANCIS BRADY'S A DM'R145 ACRES.
Concession dated December 22d, 1803. Survey dated July 5th, 1821.
Situated east of the St. John'jp river, and west of an arm of Trout creek. The 1st line runs N. 20 degrees E. 63 chains, beginning at a pine, and ending at another; 2d line S. 70 degrees VV. 40 chains, to a pine; 3d line S. 20 degrees W. 63 chains, to a pine; 4th N. 70 degrees E. 40 chains, to the first pine.
NO. 433DAVID BAILEY'S HEIRS250 1-3 ACRES.
Survey dated March 5th, 1792.
Situated on Nassaw river, at a place called Hazard Bluff. The 1st line runs S. 50 degrees W. 50 chains, beginning at a cypress marked with a cross, on the bank of the river, and ending at a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 40 degrees E. 50 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs N. 50 degrees E.^0 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 4th line 12 chains, to a stake tm the bank of the river; thence along its meanders to the first station..


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NO. 441.ELIZABETH BUNCH.100 ACRES.
Concession dated June 3d, 1806. No survey.
Situated on the river Halifax, in front of the first islet after Pelhcan Island.
NO, 442.JOHN F. BROWN.640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated between Dunn's and Clapboard creeks, St. John's river.
NO. 443.FARQUHAR BETHUNETOWN LOT.
Title dated September 15th, 1814.
Situated within the town of Fernandina, and designated by lot No. 10, of the 4tb blockmeasuring 17 yards in front, and 34 in depth; bounded north by lots of Darnian Ramis and Gaspar Hernandez, east by lots of Domingo Acosta, south by lot of George Atkinson, and west by Constitution square.
NO. 444.BETHUNE & SIBBALDLOT OF MARSH.
Concession dated September 26th, 1815.
Situated within the town of Fernandina, opposite Bethune and Sibbald's warehouse.
NO. 445.CHARLES W. BULOWS HEIRS.TOWN LOT,
Decree dated December 14th, 1795.
Situated within the city of St. Augustine; bounded east by Marine street, north by lot of Antonio Berta's heirs, west and south by lots of Martin Hernandezmeasuring 14 Spanish yards north and south, and 19 east and west.
NO. 446.CHARLES W. BULOWS HEIRS.6 ACRES.
Title dated April 9th, 1813. Survey dated May 23d, 1821.
Situated within the city of St. Augustine; bounded east by a marsh, south by lands of F. M. Arredondo, west by St. Sebastian's creek, and north by lands of Bartolome de Castro. The 1st hne begins on the margin of the said marsh, and runs S. 76 degrees W.22 chains; thence 13 14 degrees E. 3 16-100 chains; thence N. 75 degrees E.22 chains; thence N. 14 degrees W. 3 5-100 chains.
ISO. 447.ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.TOWN LOT.
Deed dated April 12th, 1793.
Situated within the city of St. Augustine; bounded west by George street, north by lots of^^J^eph M. Hernandez and Margaret Cook, east by Customhouse lot, and south by the public squaremeasuring 72 and a half Spanish yards in front, and 58 and a half in depth.


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NO, 454.ALEXANDER CREIGHTON.1,250 ACRES.
Survey dated November 14th, 1792.
Situated on St. John's river, at a place called Levett's. The 1st line begins at a gum marked with a cross, on the bank of the river, and runs N. 65 degrees E. 112 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 25 degrees E. 112 chains, to an oak with the same mark; the 3d tine runs S. 65 degrees W. 40 chains, to a stake oh the bank of Julington creek; thence with the same to the river St. John's, which forms the 4th line.
NO. 455SUSANNAH CASHEN500 ACRES.
Concession dated January 18th, 1800. Survey dated December 18th, 1820.
Situated on the west side of the river St. John's, at a place known as Fleming's Island. The 1st line begins at a stake marked X, and runs N. 88 degrees W. 64 chains, to a pine marked X F; the 2d line runs N. 80 Chains, to a pine marked X; the 3d line runs S. 88 degrees E. 64 chains, to the bank of the river, which forms the 4th line,
JSO. 456.LEVI COLLAR.300 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated on the head of Pigeon creek, St. Mary's river.
NO. 457.BENJAMIN CHAIRS.500 ACRES.
Title dated April 6th, 1809. Survey dated May 12ih, 1793.
Situated on St. Diego, at a place called St. Robert. The 1st line runs S^ 10 degrees E. 85 chains, beginning at a cabbage tree marked with a cross, and ending at a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 80 degrees W.60 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs N. 10 degrees VV. 85 chains, to another pine with the SMine mark; and the 4th line N. 80 degrees E. 60 chains, to the beginning.
This appears to be the same as No. 397.
NO. 458GEORGE CLAR100 ACRES.
Concession dated February 25th, 1801. No survey.
Situated on Guana creek and North river, about 12 miles from St. Augustine(This claim is to be re-examined. It was included in this list by mis-
NO. 459WM. G. CHRISTOPHER'S ADM'RS 500 ACRES.
Title dated April 8tb, 1809. Survey dated February 15th, 1792.
Situated on the river Nassaw, at a place called Santa Maria. The 1st line begins at a, pine marked with a cross, on the bank of Santa Juana creek, and runs S. 45 degrees VV. 129 chains, to a pine with the same mark; and the 2d line runs S. 32 degrees E. 40 chains, to another pine with the same mark; thence along tire margin of a marsh of the river tc the mouth of the creek; thence along its bank to the first pine.
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bounded north by public lands, northwest by lands of Lewis Guibert, and east by lauds claimed by John Andrew.
467JAMES CASHEN'S HEIRSTOWN LOT.
Concession dated December 16th, 1819.
Situated within the town of Fernandina, between McClure's large house and the building occupied by the garrison.
NO. 468JAMES CASHEN'S HEIRSTOWN LOT.
Title dated Match 3d, 1814.
Situated within the town of Fernandina, and designated hy lot No. 3, of the 1st blockmeasuring 17 Spanish yards in front, and 17 in depth; bounded N, by a lot of Joseph Ximenez, east by Estrada street, south by a lot of William Hall, and west by another of James Cnshen.
NO. 469.JAMES CASHEN'S HEIRSTOWN LOT.
Concession dated April 7th, 1809.
Situated within the town of Fernandina, north of a creek near the Collector's house.
NO. 470LORENZO CAPELLA170 YDS, IN FRONT. No survey.
Situated on the west side of the road, north of the city of St. Augustine; bounded north by lands of Antonio Vita, west by St. Sebastian's creek, south by a ditch, and east by the aforesaid road.
NO. 471MARGARET COOK277 YDS. IN FRONT.
Concession dated July 17th, 1807, of 267 yds. No survey.
Situated on the west side of the road, north of the city of St. Augustine; bounded north by lands of John Lorenzo, south by lands of claimant, west by St. Sebastian's creek, and east by the road,
NO. 472MARGARET COOK281 5-6 YDS. IN FRONT.
Concession dated--. No survey.
Situated on the west side of the road, north of the city of St. Augustine; bounded north by lands of Pedro Triay, south by lauds of Miguel Villalonga, west by St. Sebastian's creek, and east by the road.
NO. 473GEO. I. F. CLARKE4,000 ACRES.
Concession dared May 3d, 1816. 1st survey dated May 6th, 1819, of 1,000 acres; 2d survey July 12th, 1819, of 500 acres; 3d survey July 8th, 1819,of 500 acr>s; 4th survey dated July 10th, 1819, of 500 acres.
1,000 acres (1st survey) situated at a place called Spring Grove, on tbe west side of Lake George, and soulh of Spring creek. The 1st line begins At a cypress on the margin of the lake, and runs S. 65 degrees W. 100 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs-N. 25 degrees W. 100 chains, to a cypress on Spring creek; the 3d line formed and bounded by Spring creek, and the 4th by Lake George.


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by lands of Jesse Fish, and south by lands of George Clarke. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs S. 30 degrees E. 91 chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs S. 60 degrees W. 34 chains, to an oak; the 3d runs N. 29 degrees W. 91 chains, to a pine; and the 4th N, 60 degrees E. 32 chains, to the first pine. (Being part of a 1,300 acre tract there located.) ,
NO. 477.DUNCAN L. CLINCH.500 ACRES.
British title dated July 18th, 1769. Survey dated March 20th, 1769.
Situated at the Twelve Mile Swamp, near the northwest corner of Joseph Thomas, about 7 miles northwest from St. Augustine,and bounded on all sides by vacant lands. The courses and distance* are as follows: S. 60 degrees VV*. 70 75-100 chains, from a pine marked X 3, to a water oak with the sama mark; thence N. 30 degrees W. 70 75-100 chains, to a gum with the same mark; thence N. 60 degrees E. 70 75-100 chains, to a pine bearing the same mark; thence S. 30 degrees E. 70 75-100 chains, to the first pine.
NO. 478.CHARLES W. & GEO. I. F. CLARKE.1,000 ACRES. Concession dated February 8tb, 1792. .No survey filed.
300 acres situated at a place called Johnson's Old Field, Matanzas. The 1st line begins at a stake, and runs S. 40 degrees E. 85 chains, to a palm tree; the 2d hue runs S. 45 degrees W. 35 and a half chains, to a pine; the 3d line N. 40 degrees VV. 85 chains, to a pine; and the 4th N. 40 degrees E. 35 and a half chains, to the first stake.
300 acres situated on Emery's creek, Matanzas river. The 1st line begins at a live oak, and runs N. 70 degrees VV. 85 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 20 degrees-VV. 36 chains, to a spruce pine; the 3d is formed and bounded by the creek, and the 4th by the river.
400 acres situated in Durbin's Swamp, near and on the west of the Twenty Mile House. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs S. 70 degrees VV. 72 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 20 degrees VV. 56 chains, to a pine; the 3d runs N. 70 degrees E, 72 chains, to a pine; and the 4th S. 20 degrees E. 56 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 479.CHARLES W. CLARKE.2,300 ACRES.
Concession dated February 12th, 1817. 1st survey dated March 27th, 1821, of 880 acres; 2d survey March 26th, 1821, of 404 acres; 3d survey March 26th, 1821, of292 acres; 4th survey March 28lb, 1821,of 200 acres; 5th survey March 24th, 1821, of 524 acres.
880 acres (1st survey) situated On the east side of Lake George. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs S.T5 degrees E. 100 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 75 degrees W. 88 chains, to a palm tree; the 3d line runs N. 15 degrees VV. 100 chains, to a pine; and the 4th N. 75 degrees E. 88 chains, to the pine af the beginning.
404 acres (2d survey) situated on the east side of Lake George. The 1st line begins at a cypress on the bank of the lake, and runs N. 30 degrees E. 60 chains, to a pine; the 2d hne runs S. 70 degrees E. 13 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs N. 65 degrees E. 50 charus, to a pine; the 4th line runs S. 50 degrees E. 25 chains, to a pine; the 5th runs S. 30 degrees W. 60 chains, to an ash; and the 6th formed and bounded by the said lake.
292 acres (3d survey) situated on the east side of Lake George, and to the south of a place called Pine Bluff. The 1st line begins at a palm tree, and mi>3 N. 75 degrees E, 88 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 5 degrees E.


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NO. 483.MARTHA DELL.450 ACRES.
Survey dated May 26th, 1818.
Situated on the east side of the river St. Mary's, south of Brushy Swamp, The 1st line begins at a poplar on the border of Brushy Swamp, and runs S. 32 degrees W. 50 chains, to a pine; the 2d- line runs N. 58 degrees VV. 80 chains, to another pine; the 3d hue funned and bounded by the river St. Mary's; and the 4tb formed and bounded by the swamp.
NO. 484.-WILLIAM DRUMMOND200 ACRES.
Concession dated February, 19th, 1799. No survey.
Situated at a place called Mount P'easant, on Cedar Creek Cove, north side of the river St. John's.
NO. 485.MILLS DRURY.300 ACRES.
Survey dated April 7th,*1792.
Situated about 4 miles from the head of Nasssaw river. The 1st line begins at a stake marked X, and runs S. 40 degrees W. 55 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs N. 50 degrees. W. 55 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d ruus N. 40 degrees E. 55 chains, to a stake; and the 4th S. 50 degrees E. 55 chains, to the first stake.
NO. 486WILLIAM DANIELS.300 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress, No survey.
Situated on St. Mary's river.
NO. 487.MARY DE WEES.TOWN LOT.
Title dated March 2d, 1814.
Situated within the town of Fernandina, and designated by lot No. 5, of the 5th blockmeasuring 17 Spanish yards in front, and 34 in depth; bounded north by St. Fernando street, east by a lot of Samuel Beus, south by another of George Atkinson, and west by another of Charles Seton.
NO. 488.JOHN DIXON 350 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated near the river St. Mary's, on the public road leading from Jack-* sonville to Georgia; bounded on the west by the said road, and on all other sides by public lands.
NO. 489.MARY ANN DAVIS.60 1-2 YDS. IN FRONT.
Concession dated June 3d, 1807. No survey.
Situated on the east side of the road, north of the city of St. Augustine; bounded south by lands of Sebastian Garcia, north by lands of edro Estopa, east by the North river, and west by the road.


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23d blockmeasuring 17 Spauish yards in front, and 34 in depth; bounded N. by a lot of John Moore, east by another of William Garvin, south by White street, and west by another lot of Domingo Fernandez. .
NO. 498 DOMINGO FERNANDEZ.4 TOWN LOTS.
Title dated April 10th, 1817.
Situated within the town of Fernandina, and designated by lots No. 5, 6, 7 and 8, of the 23d blockmeasuring 68 Spanish yards in front, and 17 in depth; bounded north by St. Fernando streeff east by lots of John Moore and of John Lofton, south by white street, and west by New street.
NO. 499DOMINGO FERNANDEZTOWN LOT. .
Surveyor's certificate dated June 1st, 1817. Title dated March 25th, 1819.
Situated within the city of Feriiandina, and designated by lot No. 2, of the 18th blockmeasuring 17 Spanish y >rds in front, and 17 in depth; bounded on the north by. a lot of John Shnrp, east iy Commandant street, south by a lot of William Hobkirk, and west by another of Zephauiah hjjngsley.
NO. 500DOMINGO FERNANDEZ.'245 ACRES.
Concession dated January 26th, 1807. Survey dated July 16th, 1816.
Situated near the mouth of Nassaw river, and of the place called Orange Grove, on Amelia river; bounded uorih by lands f Andrew Tucker, and west by vacant lands. The Jsi line begins t a stake on the bonier of a marsh, and runs N. 50 chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs E. 45 chains, to the border of a marsh; the east and south boundaries art formed by marshes.
NO. 501DOMINGO FERNANDEZ.300 ACRES.
Title dated July 8th, 1807. Survey dated April 2d 1807.
Situated on Amelia Island, at a place called Myrtle Grove; bounded north and east by lands of Domingo Fernandez, south by lands of John Bachelot, and west by marshes of Amelia river. The only lines described on the plat are, N. 80 degrees E. 70 chains, and S. 10 degrees E. 44 chains.
, NO. 502.DOMINGO FERNANDEZ.100 ACRES.
Title dated July 18tb, 1810. Survey dated April 14th, 1807.
Situated on Amelia Island, at a place called Willow-pond; bounded east by the sea beach, west by tbe marshes of ^Egan's creek, north by lands of John Bachelot, and south by vacant lands. The only lines described on the plat are, S. 80 degrees W. 25 chains, and S, 4 degrees W. 40 chains.
NO. 503.GERARD FORRESTER500 ACRES.
Survey dated December 17th, 1791. Situated on the river St. John's, at a place called Chichester; bounded east and west by lands of F. X. Sanchez. The 1st line begins at a gum marked with a cross, on the bank of the river; and runs N. 25 degrees E. 72 chains, to


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NO. 510.ARBENA FALLIS.2 TOWN LOTS.
Title dated December 24th, 1814.
Situated within the town of Fernandina, and designated by lots No. 4 and 5, of the 22d blockmeasuring 17 Spanish yards in front, and 34 in depth; bounded north by a lot of Jose Noguera, east by a vacant lot, south by St. Fernando street, and west by New street.
NO. 511.FRANCTSCA FUSHA,57 YDS. IN FRONT.
Concession dated June 22d, 1807. No survey.
Situated on the east side of the road, north of the city of St. Augustine; bounded south by lands of Francis Arnau, east by the North river, north by lands of--, and west by the road.
NO. 512FRANC1SCA FUSHA7 ACRES.
Concession dated November 5th, 1801. No survey.
Situated at a place called Macariz, a mile to the north of St. Augustine; bounded north by lands of- Bernard, south by lands of Joseph Fernandez, west by a road, and east by a marsh.
NO. 513.FRANCIS J. FATIO, ET AL.720 ACRES.
Survey datl March 9th, 1793.
Situated at New Castle, on St. John's river, &c. (/a,Thi8 appears in every respect the same as No. 101.
NO. 514.FRANCIS FERREYRA.KEY BACAS & 4 SMALL ISLANDS.
Concession dated January 5th, 1814. No survey. "Situated to the southward of Cape Florida, and known by Key Bacas.
NO. 515 ANTELIN GAY..2 TOWN LOTS.
Concession dated November 13th,1792, and January 13th, 1794.
Situated within the city of St. Augustine, opposite the Barracks; bounded west by Marine street, south by public lands, east by the bay, and north by a lot of B. de Castro.
NO. 516.CORNELIUS GRIFFITH'S HEIRS.100 ACRES. Concession dated September 23d, 1803. No survey.
Situated on the east side of Trout creek, St. John's river, at a little branch formerly in the possession of John Burnett.
NO. 517.ANTELIN GAY.TOWN LOT, Title dated August 5tb, 1819.
Situated in the town of Fernandina, and designated by lot No. 1, of the22d blockcontaining 17 Spanish pards in front, and 34 in depth; bounded north by S.. Fernando sfreet, east by a vacant lot, south by'lot of John Lofton, and west by another of Domingo Fernandez.


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NO. 525.ELI AS B. GOULD.500 ACRES. Concession dated May 3d, 1816. No survey filed.
Situated on the Big Bend of Durbin's Swamp, in the neighborhood of the Twenty Mile House.
(This claim appears to be for one of the tracts of 500 acres, confirmed to George 1. F. Clarke, and described under No. 473.)
NO. 526WILLIAM GARVIN.3,000 ACRES.
Concession dated November 2Hth, 1817. Survey dated December 16th, 1817, of 2,000 acres, and January 18th, 1818, of 1,000 acres.
2,000 acres situated at a place called Flounder creek, west of the head of Indian river lagoon, and northwest of the Haulover; bounded north by lauds of Jose Argote, and east by a marsh of the lagoon, the 1st line begins ai a cabbage tree, and runs N. 25 degrees W. 100 chains, to another cabbage tree; the 2d line runs S. 69 degrees W. 200 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 25 degrees E. 100 chajms, to a pine; and the 4th N. 69 degrees E. 200 chains, to the beginning. {The southernmost half of this tract belongs to Thomas Napier, as appears by a. note on the platSee No. 612.)
1,000 acres situated on Younghlood's Hammock, southwest of Rayl's Trail. The 1st liue begins at a pine, and runs S. 75 degrees E. 100 chain*, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 15 degrees E. 100 chains, to a pine; the 3d line N. 75 degrees VV. 100 chains, to a pine; and the 4th S. 15 degrees W. 100 chains, to the pine at the beginning.
NO. 527.JOHN HOUSTON.120 ACRES. Concession dajed February 16th, 1816. Survey dated May 2d, 1816.
Situated on the river Nassaw, at a place ealfed Mill's Branch, alias Dunn's creek. The 1st line runs S. 75 degrees VV. 50 chains, to a stake; the 2d runs N. 15 degrees W. 24 chains, to a stake; ami the 3d N.75 degrees E. 50 chains.
NO. 528.JOHN HOUSTON.155 ACRES.
Concession dated February 16th, 1816. Survey dated May 1st, 1816.
An island called Half-moon Bluff, situated on the river Nassaw.
NO. 529.JOHN HOUSTON.160 ACRES.
Concession dated February 16th, 1816. Survey dated May 2d, 1816.
Situated on the river Nassaw, at a place called Cain's Swamp. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs S. 80 chains, to an oak; the 2d line runs W. 20 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs N. 80 chains, to a laurel; and the 4th E. 20 chains, to the first pine.
NO. 530ROBERT HARRISON765 ACRES.
Concession dated May 10th, 1816. No survey.
Situated at an island on the river Nass;iw,liear the place called Roundabout, at a distance of about 25 miles north from the Bar. -
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NO. 538.JOHN HA GENS100 ACRES.
Concession dated May 31st, 1805. Survey dated May 9th, 1818.
Situated on St. Mary's river, near Pigeon creek; bounded on the southeast by lands of Thomas Tra vers, south west by lands of John Dixon, and northwest by lands of Samuel Worth ington. The 1st line begins at a stake on the bank of the river,and rows S.38 degrees 50 chains, to a pine; the 2d line N* 52 degrees W. 20 chains, to a stake; the 3d line N/. 38 degrees E. 43 chains, to a stake on the bank of the river; and the 4th line formed and bounded by the same.
NO. 539.BURROUS HiGGlNBOTTOM200 ACRES.
Concession dated September 24tb, 1803. Survey dated January 22d, 1815.
Situated on the river St. Mary's, at a place called Sondag's Bluff; bounded east by lands of Henry Yonge. The 1st line begins at a pine on the bank of the river, and runs S. 20 degrees E, 64 chains, to a pine; the 2d line W. 44 chains, to a pine; the 3d N. 60 chains, to a pine on the river, which forms the north boundary.
NO. 540.AMBROSE HULL'S HEIRS300 ACRES.
Title dated December 23d, 1819. Survey dated December 9th, 1791.
Situated at a place called Colonel Plumer, on the river St. John's; bounded north by lands of T. Hollingsworth. The 1st line begins at the mouth of a creek, and runs VV. 77 44-100 chains, to a pine marked with a cross; the 2d line runs S. 38 72 100 chains, to a pine bearing the same mark; the 3d line runs JE. 77 44-100 chains, to a stake on the bank of the river; and the 4th line is formed and bounded by the same river.
NO. 541.AMBROSE HULL'S HEIRS.200 ACRES,
Title dated January 18th, 1816. Survey dated November 15th, 1817.
Situated on the opposite side of the river St. John's; bounded on the north by lands of Daniel Plummer, and south by lands of Zepbaniah Kinsgley. The 1st line begins at an oak, on the St. John's,and runs VV. 34 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 18 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs W. 30 chains, to a pine; the 4th line runs N. 40 chains, to a pine; the 5th line runs E. 50 chains, to a spring; the 6th runs S. 68 degrees E. 27 chains, to the landing place, near the mouth of a creek, which forms part of the north boundary; thence along the margin of the St. John's to the beginning.
NO. 542.EZEK1KL HUDNALL S HEIRS.600 ACRES.
Concession dated August 4th, 1802. No survey.
Situated on Amelia Island, at a place called Beach Hammock; bounded south by lands granted to Benjamin Armstrong.
NO. 543.JOHN HERO (or HERAULT.)145 ACRES. Concession dated September 25th, 1806. Survey dated April 20th, 1818.
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degrees E. 60 chains, to a point; thence N. 60 degrees E. 80 chains, to the same river; thence along its meanders to the first station.
NO. 548 ISAAC HENDRICKS.300 ACRES.
Concession dated--No survey.
Situated on the east side of the river St. John's, at a place called Green Mount.
NO. 549.WILLIAM HENDRICKS.148 1-3 ACRES. Concession dated January 10th, 1793. Survey dated March 16th, 1793.
Situated on the river Nassaw, at the place named Inconstancia. The 1st line begins at a pint1 marked with a cross, on the border of an impassable marsh, and runs S. 30 degrees W. 40 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs N. 60 degrees VV. 40 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d line N. 30 degrees E. 20 chains, to a pine with the same mark* Its front runs on the border of the marsh aforesaid.
NO. 550REUBEN HOGANS.300 ACRES.
Title dated May 26th, 1815. Survey dated February 29th, 1792.
Situated on Little St. Mary'is river, at a place named Hodgins. The 1st line begins at a gum umrHed with a cross* and runs S. 55 degrees E, 55 chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs N. 35 degrees E. 55 chains, io a pine with the same mark; the 3d runs N. 55 degrees \V. 55 chains* to a stake; and the 4th S. 35 degrees W. 55 chains, to the beginning.
O^Same as No. 268.
NO. 551.CHARLES HOGANS.200 ACRES.
Title dated January 12th, 1818. Survey dated December 5th, 1816.
Situated on Hendricks' creek/el the river St. John's; bounded on the west by lands <>f Isaac Hendricks, oiHhe north by vacant lands, on the east by lands of Mrs. Hall, ami on the south by .said creeks $c.
(Kj^This appears in all respects the same as No. 375.
NO. 552 ELIZABETH HUGHES.640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated on the south side of the river St. Mary's, at a place called Camp Pinckney.
NO. 553.JOSEPH HADDOCK250 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. Survey dated November 20ih, 1817.
Situated on Cabbage Swamp, St. Mary's river. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs S.61 chains; the 2d line runs W. 41 chains, to a pilne; the 3d runs N. 61 chains, to a pine; and the 4th east 41 chains, to the first pine.
NO, 554. WILLIAM HOGANS.300 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey. .
Situated on the bead waters f Little St. Mary's rirer, on the King's old road, at a place called Jumping* Gultey.


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Pablo Fontane, south by vacant lands, and west by lands of Isaac Hendricks. Beginning at a stake on the bank of the river; thence S. 10 degrees E. 44 chains, to a cypress; thence N. 75 degrees W. 22 75-100 chains, to a pine; thence N. 10 degrees E.44 chains, to a. stake on the bank of the river; thence along the meanders of the same to the beginning.-$jTThis appears to be a part of No. 236.
NO. 563.ELEANOR HOGANS.640 ACRES. Donation tinder an act of Congress. No survey. ?Situated at, or near the head of Little Pottsburg creek, St. John's river.
NO. 564.JOSEPH HERNANDEZ.154 5-6 YDS. IN FRONT.
Concession dated July 3! st, 1811. No survey.
Situated on the west side of the road, north of the city of St. Augustine; bounded north by lands of Joseph Baya, south by lands of Bartolome Lopez, west by St. Sebastian's creek, and east by the road,
NO.565.JOS^ M. HERNANDEZ, (FOR THE HEIRS OF SAML. WILLIAMS,) 3,200 ACRES.
Title dated April 18th, 1817. Survey dated January 10th, 1804.
Situated on the river Halifax, at a place called Penman's Plantation; bounded east hy the said river* north by a canal, west and south by vacant lands. The east line runsN.30 degrees W. 10S 30-100 chains, and the north line S. 55 degrees W. 309 90400 chains,
NO. 566.JOHN JONES.100 ACRES.
Concession dated August 26th, 1803. No survey.
Situated on the west side of Trout cif ek, which runs into the river St. John's on the north part, and beginning at a branch about a mile from its mouth.
NO. 567.ZEPHANIAH KINGSLEY.TOWN LOT.
Title dated July 7th, 1815.
Situated within the town of Fernandina, and designated by lot No. 6, of the 18th blockmeasuring 17 Spanish yards in from, and 34 in depth; bounded north by a marsh, east by a lot of John McClure, south by the Paseo de las Damas, and west by a lot of Philip Yonge.
NO. 568.ZEPHANIAH KINGSLEY.TOWN LOT.
Title dated March 27th, 1817.
Situated within the town of Fernandina; bounded north by Egan's creek, east by a marsh, south by a lot of claimant, and west by a canal of Hibberson and Yongemeasuring north and south 47 Spanish yards, and east and west 34 Spanish yards, on the border of said creek.
NO 569.-^JOHN KERSHAW (FOR CHILDREN OF MARGARET AND JOHN DU BOSE.)100 ACRES.
Title dated December 20th, 1815. Sorvey dated February 1st, 1819. Situated at a placecalled The Chimneys, or Governor Grant; bounded west


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NO. 576.REUBEN LASSETER.300 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated on the south side of St. Mary's river; hounded south by lands of Ellis Stafford, and north by lands of Di I ley Broadaway.
NO. 577.JESSE* LONG.300 ACRES. Donation under an act of Congress. No survey. Situated on Mrs. Nealy's creek, of the Little St. Mary's river.
NO. 578.ISAAC LANG'S HEIRS.200 ACRES.
Survey dated May 4th, 1792.
Situated on the river Little Sr. Mary's, at a place called Lang's Plantation. The 1st line begins at a .pine market J with a cross, md runs N. 35 degrees W. 45 chains, to a stake; the 2d line S. 55 degrees W 45 chains, to another stake; the 3d line S. 35 degrees E. 45 chauvs, to a pine with-the same mark; and the 4th line N. 55 degrees E. 45 chains, to the first pine.
NO. 579 THOMAS LAMB'S HEIRS200 ACRES.
Concession dated October 25th, 1798. No survey.
Situated on Amelia Island, at a place called Two Sisters' Bluff, between the lands Of Samuel Harrison aud those of Francis Terau,
NO. 580.GEO. LONG'S HEIRS.600 ACRES,
Concession Situated on Graham's creek, Matanzas river.
NO. 581.JOHN LORENZO'S HEIRS.185 YDS. IN FRONT.
Concession dated June 5th, 1807. No survey.
Situated on the west side of the road, north of ihe ciiy of St. Augustine;
bounded south by lands of -.---, west by St. .Sebastian's creek, north
by iaiius without the J5.00 yards from the fortifications of the city, and east by said road.
NO. 582.BARTOLOME LOPEZ.58 1-2 YDS. IN FRONT. Concession dated May 26th, 1807. No survey.
Situated on the west side of the road, north of the city of St. Augustine; bounded north hy lands of Miguel Vdlalonga, west by St. Sebastian's creek, south by lands ot Peter Fujader, and east by the road.
NO. 583.JOHN MIDDLETON__TOWN LOT.
Concession dated March 30th, 1814.
Situated within the town of Fernandina, and designated by lot No, 6, of the 1st blocfcmeasuring J7 Spanish yards in from, anu 34 in depth; bounded north by a lot of Jane Sihbald, ea*t by another of Wm. H NO. 584 JOHN MIDL)LETON*TOWN LOT.
Surveyor's certificate dated Juim* 26th, 1817. Situated within the town of Fernandina, and designated by lot No. 8, of the


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NO. 589.M'DOWALL & BLACK900ACRES.
Title dated March 20th, 1815. Survey dated March 12th, 1818.
Situated between the Matanzas mid Halifax rivers, at a place called Graham's Swamp; bounded on the south by Francis Pellicer's land; ami on all other sides by vacant lands. The 1st line begins at a point, and runs N. 25 degrees W. 134 20-100 chains, to a cypress marked A; the 2d line runs N. 65 degrees E. 67 10-100 chains, to a cabbage tree with th* same mark; thence to a pine marked P A; thence to another pine with the same mark, at or near the place of beginning.
NO. 590.MARIA MILLS.150 ACRES.
Concession dated November 15th, 1798. Survey dated May 12th, 1810.
Situated on Johnson's creek, west side of Matanzas river. The 1st line begins at a cabbage tree, and runs S. 36 degrees E. 40 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 54 degrees W. 36 and a half ch'dns, to a pine; the 3d runs N. 36 degrees VV. 40 chains, to a nine; and the 4th N. 54 degrees E. 36 and a half chains, to the beginning.
NO. 591.BARTOLOME M. MESTRE.600 ACRES.
Concession dated August 8tl, 1794. Survey dated January 12th, 1820.
Situated on the west side of Matanzas river, at a place called Holmes' Old Field, or Savanico; bounded nonh by Holmes'creek, east by the river, south and west by vacant lands. The 1st line begins at a stake on the edge of a marsh, anil runs S. 75 degrees VV. 50 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs N. 20 degrees VV. 120 chains, to another pine; the 3d line N. 75 degrees E. 50 chains, to a stake; thence along the margin of a marsh to the beginning.
NO. 592PETER MIRANDA.100 ACRES.
Title dated November 28th, 1816. Survey dated December 20th, 1816.
Situated on Little St. Mary's river, between Mountsford and Lowsford. The 1st line begins at an oak on the bank of the river, and runs S. 32 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs VV. 31 chains, to another pine; the 3d line ruusN. 32 chains, to a cypress on the bank of the river; thence along its meanders to the first oak.
NO 593.M'DOWELL & BLACK.500 ACRES.
Concession dated January 24th, 1818. Survey dated May 27th, 1818.
Situated on Spring Garden creek, St. John's river. The 1st line begins on the margin of a marsh, and runs N. 78 degrees W.90 chains to a pine marked B; the 2d line runs N. 50 degrees E. 40 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs E. 100 chains, to a point on the aforesaid marsh; thence aloug its border to the first point.
NO. 594.JOHN M'QUEEN'S HEIRS.^-400 ACRES.
Concession dated November 24th, 1798. Survey dated November 24th, 1809. Situated on Amelia Island, north of Egan's creek; bounded north, east and


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norm of Caracolo, and about nine from St. Augustine; bounded north by lands of Francis Miles, south by lands of Hainsman, and west by vacant lands.
NO. 602.ACHILLES MURAT.1,200 ACRES.
Title-dated March 7th> 1816. Survey dated March 16th, 1818, 1,000 acres. Concession dated January 12th, 1797. Survey July 20th, 1819, of 200 acres.
1,000 acres situated on the west bank f Matanzas river, at a place called Lon^ Clark; bounded north by lands of Peter Miranda, east by marches, south by Moses, or Pelica creek, and west by pine lands. The 1st line begins at a stake on the margin of a marsh, and runs S. 67 degrees W. 108 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 99 chains, to a stake on the margin of a marsh of Moses creek; thence along the marsh to the beginning.
200 acres situated west of Matanzas river; bounded north by vacant lands, west hy lands formerly occupied by a negro named Harry, south by lands of Charles and Geo. Clarke, and east by Mos:s creek. The 1st line begins at a stake on tbe bank of the creek aforesaid, and runs N.80 degrees W.40 chains, to a siake; the 2d line runs N. 25 degrees VV. 50 chains, to an oak; the 3d line S. 80 degrees E. 40 chains, to another oak near the creek, which forms the eastern boundary.
NO. 603.ROBERT MILLER.200 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey. Situated on Martin's Island, St. Mary's river.
NO. 604MARIA MILLSTOWN LOT.
Title dated Dec. 19th, 1818. Surveyor's certificate dated June 10th, 1816.
Situated within the town of Fernandina, and designated by lot No. 12, of the 17th blockmeasuring 17 Spauish yards in front, and 34 in depth; bounded north by marshes, east by a lot of Thomas Turdas, south by another of Matheo Gonzales, and west by another of Charles Sibbald.
NO. 605ROBERT MITCHELL13 9-10 AQRES.
Title dated April 12th, 1809. Survey dated June 7th, 1809.
Situated within the limits of the city of St. Augustine, and called Mitchell's Grove; bounded north by a street and lands of Gaspar Papy, west by marshes of St. Sebastian's creek, south by lands of Martin Hernandez, and east by lands of G. Papy.
NO. 606M'DOWALL & BLACK450 ACRES.
Concession dated--. Survey dated March 12th, 1818.
Situated between the heads of the Matanzas and Halifax rivers, at a place called Graham's Swamp; bouuded north by lands of Charles Clarke, and south by lands of F. M. Arredondo. The 1st line begins at a stake, and runs S. 30 degrees E. 70 chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs S. 60 degrees W. 64 1-4 chains, to a pine; the 3d runs N. 30-degrees W. 70 chains, to an oak; and the 4th N. 60 degrees E. 64 Jr-4 chains, to the first stake.


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NO. 612.THOMAS NAPIER.1,000 ACRES.
Concession dated November 26tb, 1817. Survey dated December 16th, 1817,
of 2,000 acres.
Situated at a place called Flounder creek, west of the head of Indian river lagoon, and northwest of the Huulaver; bounded north by lands of Jose Ar-gote, and east by a marsh of the lagoon. The 1st line begins at a cabbage |,ree, and runs N. 25 degrees W. 100 chains, to another cabbage tree; the 2d line runs S. 69 degrees W. 200 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs S.25 degrees E. 100 chains, to a pine; and the 4th N. 69 degrees E. 200 chains, to the beginning. (This claim consists of the southernmost moiety of a tract of 2,000 acres, described undeF No. 526.)
NO. 613.RAPHAEL OLIVEROS.640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. Survey dated November 15th, 1827.
Situated about two miles north of Doctor's lake, St. John's river, on the head branches of McGirt's creek, adjoining Cypress Swamp, Its survey begins at a stake marked X 111, and runs N. 80 degrees W. 69 and a half chains, to a pine; thence S. 40 degrees W. 20 and a half chains, to a pine; thence S. 10 and a half chains, to a pine; thence S. 30 degrees E. 30 and a half chains, to a
Sine; thence S. 65 degrees E. 53 chains, to a pine; thence N. 46 degrees E. 5 chains, to a stake; thence N. 44 chains, to the beginningAll the stations marked as the first,
NO. 6/14.WILLIAM O'NEAL'S HEIRS300 ACRES.
Title dated June 15th, 1810. No survey.
Situated on a point formed by the river St. Mary's and Lansford creek, at a place called New Hope; bounded north by a plantation of Margaret O'Neal, east by a marsh and waters of the St. Mary's, west by Lansford creek, and south by lands of William Carney.
OQ^This appears in all respects the same as No. 249.
NO. 615.MARGARET O'NEAL'S HEIRS.243 ACRES.
Title dated March 13th, 1807. Survey dated April 17th, 1792.
Situated on Lansford creek, St. Mary's river, at a place called O'Neal's. The 1st line begins at a pine marked with a crqss, on the bank of the creek, and runs W. 50 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs N. 50 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d runs E. 50 chains, to a stake on the bank of said creek; thence along its margin to the beginning.
NO. 616.ANN PAPY.200 ACRES. Concession dated June 3d, 1797. No survey. Situated on Tomoko creek, North of Mosquito river.
NO. 617.JUANA PAREDES.69 ACRES.
Concession dated November 7tb, 1807, January 29th, 1808, and August 9th, 1811. Survey dated April 3d, 1819.
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*with the same mark; the 3d line runs N.45 degrees W. 45 chains, to an oak with the same mark on Goodman's lake; thence along the lake and the river to the beginning.
NO. 624.JAMES PELOT.620 ACRES.
Concession dated December 20th, 1803, of 640 acres. Survey dated July 6th,
1816, of 620 acres*
Situated on Amelia Island, at a place called Eagle's Old Fields. The 1st line begins at a stake on the edge of a marsh, and runs along the same N. 20 degrees W. 60 chains, to another stake; the 2d line runs N. 80 degrees E. 105 chains, to another stakebounded by lands of George Atkinson; the 3d line runs S. 20 degrees E. 60 chains'to another stake; and the 4th line S. 80 degrees W. 105 chains, to the first stakebounded by lands of Antonio Suarez.
NO. 625.ELEANOR PRITCHARD.270 ACRES.
Concession dated Fehruary 26th, 1800. Survey dated February 8th, 1809.
Situated on the east side of St. John's river, at a place called Beauclere's Point; bounded north by lands of Robert Cowin, south by lands of Mrs. Plummer, and east by vacant lands. Its survey begins at a point on the river, and runs N.76 degrees E. 45 chains, to a point; thence S. 35 degrees E. (N. 35 degrees W.) 62 .chains, to another point; thence S. 51 degrees W. 60 chains, to a point on the Hank of the river; thence along its meanders to the beginning.
NO. 626.ANDREW PAPY.126 ACRES,
Title dated January 25th, 1811. Survey dated May 13th, 179a
Situated at a place called St. Diego's Fort, on Diego Plains. The 1st line
begins at a---marked with a cross; thence N. 8Q degrees E. 50 chains, to
a pinebounding the lands of F.X.Sanchez; thence N. 63 degrees E. 23 chains, to a stake; thence S. 10 degrees E. 8 and a half chains, to a pine; thence S. 20 degrees W. 35 chains, to a pine; thence N. 38 degrees VV. 24 chains; thence S. 70 degrees W. 47 chains, to a stakebounding the lands of F. X. Sanchez; thence N. 18 chains, to the first stationAll the stations are marked with a cross.
NO. 627.ANDREW PACETY.640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. *No survey. Situated on Armstrong Branch, 14 or 15 miles west from St. Augustine.
NO. 628.ANDREW PACETY.110 1-6 YDS. IN FRONT.
Concession dated May 10th, 1807. No survey.
Situated on the west side of the road, north of the city of St. Augustine; bounded north by lands of Bartolome Lopez, south by lands of John Triay, west by St. Sebastian's creek, and east by the road.


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NO. 635.JAMES ROSE.25 ACRES.
Concession dated September 15th, 1810. No survey.
Situated on Peavett's Swamp, about four miles to the west of St. Augustine.
NO. 636.FRANCIS RICHARD.650 ACRES.
Concession dated December 2d, 1795, Survey dated November 4th, 1820.
Situated on St. John's river, at a place called Dudley's; bounded north and east by lands of Francis Richard. The 1st line begins at a pine on the bank of the river, and runs E. 25 chains, to another pine; the 2d line runs S. 22 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 80 degrees E. 79 chains, to a pine; the 4th line S. 75 degrees E. 22 chains, to another pine,on the bank of Boggy Branch; thence along the margin of this Branch, Pottsburg creek, and St. John's river, to the beginning.
NO. 637.CHARLES ROBIOU.790 ACRES,
Title dated July 17th, 1816. Survey dated March 18tb, 1818.
Situated on the west side of Matanzas river; bounded north by lands of James Failany, south by lands of F. M. Arredondo, east by a marsh, and west by pine lauds. The 1st line begins at a stake on the border of a small hammock, near a creek, and runs S. 72 degrees VV. 88 chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs S, 18 degrees M, 88 chains, to a pine; the 3d runs N. 67 degrees E. 308 chains, to a stake on the marsh; thence along its border to the first station.
NO. 638.SANTOS RODRIGUEZ S HEIRS.2,000 ACRES.
Concession dated January 24th, 1818. Survey dated April 6th, 1818.
Situated at Dunn's lake, east of St. John's river; bounded south by the same lake, east by lands of F. M. Arredondo, and west by vacant lands. The 1st line begins at a cypress on the rnargiu of the lake, and runs N. 33 degrees E. 142 chains, to a pine; the 2d hue runs S. 67 degrees E. 142 chains, to a pine; the 3d line S.33 degrees W. 142 chains, to a cypress on the bank of the lake; thence along its margin to the first station.(To be re-examined. It has been included here by mistake.)
NO. 639.FRANCIS RICHARD.1,025 ACRES.
Concession dated January 10th, 1818. Survey dated August 27th, 1826.
Situated in a cove, on the west side of Lake George, iucluding a small island opposite the western side of Dryton's Island, north of the mouth of Big Salt Spring. The 1st line begins at a water oak marked X , on the bank of the west entrance of the lake, and runs N. 80 degrees VV. 143 chains, to a pine marked =; the 2d line runs S. 10 degrees W. 98 chains, to another pine marked =; the 3d line S. 80 degrees E. 90 chains, to a cypress marked X =; thence along the border of said cove to the first station.
NO. 640JAMES ROUSE.640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey. Situated on St. Mary's river.


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NO. G48.CHARLES S1BBALD.455 ACRES.
Concession dated January 30th, 1816. Survey dated July 8th, 1816.
Situated on the river St. Mary's, at a place called Cabbage Swamp; bounded on the south by public lands, and on the north and west by lands of James Cashen. The 1st line begins at an oak on the bank of the river, and runs S. 60 degrees W. 65 chains, to a pine; the 2d hue runs N. 30 degrees W. 70 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs N. 60 degrees E. 65 chains, to a pine on ihe mouth of a creek; and the 4th line is formed and bounded by the river St. Mary's.
NO. 649.PHILIP SOL AN A.245 ACRES.
Title dated May 6th, 1816. Survey dated March 17th, 1823.
Situated at a place called Two Sisters, on Diego Plains. The 1st line begins at a stake marked X S, on the Jiead of Guana creek, and runs S. 67 1-2 degrees W. 27 chains, to a stake marked X C; the 2d line runs N. 22 1-2 degrees W. 90 chains, to a pine marked on the road from St. Pablo to Sr. Augustine; the 3d line runs N. 67 1-2 degrees E.27 chains, to a slake marked X F; thence along the head of Guana creek to the first stake.
NO. 650JUAN SALOM.350 ACRES,
Survey dated January 6th, 1792.
Situated on the river St. John's, at a place called Montpellier; bounded north by lands of Isaac Bovvden, and south by lands of Aaron Travers. The 1st line begins at a gum marked with a cross, on the bank of. a cove of the said river, and runs N. 45 degrees E. 56 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line ninsS. 22 degrees E. 180 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 3d line runs N. 70 degrees W. 41 chains, to a cypress with the same mark oti the bank of the river; and the 4th line is formed and bounded by the same.
(J^This appears in all respects the same as No. 261.
NO. 651.NICHOLAS SANCHEZ'S HEIRS.385 ACRES.
Title dated April 24th, 1816. No survey.
Situated on Diego Plains; bounded south by lands of Sebastian Espinosa, north by lands of F. X. Sanchez, east by the beach, and west by vacant lands. O^T'This appears in all respects the same as No. 317.
NO. 652.JOHN M. SANCHEZ.1,130 ACRES.
Title dated January 29th, 1811. Survey dated December 16th, 1791.
Situated at a place called St. Joseph, on St. John's river. The 1st line begins at a gum markerLwith a cross, on the bank of the river, and runs E. 102 chains to a pine with the same mark on the public road; the 2d line runs S. and follows the angles of the road, to another pine with the Same mark; the 3d line runs S. 45 degrees W.61 chains, to a laurel with the same mark on the bank of the riverbounding the lands of Richard Malpas; and the 4th line is formed and bounded by the river aforesaid,(One-half of this claim has been confirmed to Zephaniau Kingsley.See No. 572.)


NO. 660MARGARET SCOFIELD.300 ACRES.
Concession dated June 7ih, 1798. Survey dated February 24th, 1823.
Situated on Tweive Mile Swamp, at a place called Springfield. The 1st line begins at a live oak marked X, on the edge of the swamp; thence E. 50 chains, to a cypress marked =; thence N. 60 chains, to a cypress with the s>ame mark; thence W.50 chains, to a pine with the same mark; thence along the edge of the swamp to the first station.
NO. 661.JOSEPH S. SANCHEZ.500 ACRES.
Judicial sales dated 22d & 23d of November, 1792. No survey.
Situated at the places called Torope and Capuaca; bounded on the east by the North river, on the north by Indian creek, on the west by Pablo road, and on the south by a ditch which divides these tracts from the plantation called Moses.
NO. 662.ELLIS STAFFORD.640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated on the south side of the river St. Mary's, by which it is bounded on the west; bounded on the south by lands of Lewis Bailey, on the north by Big Dunn's creek, and Reuben Lasseter's land.
NO. 663.JAMES SHARBER.400 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated on St. Mary's river, at a place called Calico Hill.
NO. 664PABLO SABATE--.
Judicial sale dated December 15th, 1792. No survey.
Situated on the North river, at a place called Caracolo; bounded north by ihe bridge and creek of Araguey, east by the waters of the North river, west by Pino del Gato, and t*ouih by Indian creek. Beginning at the head of Indian creek; thence westwardly to Aragueys road; then along the road, northwardly, to the north boundary of Levett's plantation; then westwardly to a line north and south with said Pino del Gato; then along the same line to Pino del Gato; thence to the bridge of Araguey; thence along the creek of Araguey, the North river, and Indian creek, to the beginning.
NO. 665.PHILIP SOLANA.30 ACRES. Concession dated March 30th, 1807. No survey. Situated at a place called Moultrie, south of St. Augustine.
NO 666SCIPIO (A FREE NEGRO.)25 ACRES.
Concession dated October 9th, 1809. No survey.
Situated on the east side of St. John's river, at a place called Padanaran, abou' 28 miles to the west of St. Augustine; bounded northwest by lands of Thomas Travers' heirs, and southeast by six mile creek.


NO. 675BERNARDO SEGUI2 TOWN LOTS.
Surveyor's certificate dated May 10th, 1814. Concession dated October 27th,
1819.
Situated within the-town of Fernandina, and designated by lots No. 3 NO. 676.MARIA R. SCOTT, alias RODRIGUEZ.TOWN LOT.
Concession dated March 13th, 181 J. Surveyor's certificate dated May 15th,
1817.
Situated in Fernandina, and designated by lot No. 8, of the 16th block measuring 17 Spanish yards in front, and 34 in depth; bounded north by a lot of Mrs. Williams, east by another of Ann Wiggins, south by Someruelos street, and west by a lot of Ezra Patch.
tNO. 677JOSIAH SMITH.-9 8-10 ACRES.
Concession dated November 10th, 1791. Survey dated December 9th, 1819.
Situated within the city of St. Augustine; bounded north by public lands, west by St. Sebastian's creek, south- by lands of Joseph Sanchez and John Geiger, and east by Talamato street and land of John Geiger. The 1st line begins at a point on said street; thence S. 73 1-2 degrees E. 13 3-10 chains, to a point; the 2d line runs N. 15 W. 1 22-100 chains, to a point; th*- 3d line S. 75 degrees W. 8 7-100 chains, to a stake; the 4th S. 17 degrees E. 5 1-2 chains, to a point; the 5th N. 80 degrees E. 16 31-100 chains, to a point; the 6th N. 13 degrees W. 3 28-100 chains, to a paint; the 7th N. 75 degrees E. 5 chains, to a point on the aforesaid street; thence to the beginning.
NO. 678.PHILIP SOLAN A.360 1-4 YDS. IN FRONT.
Concession dated June 4tb, 1807. No survey.
Situated on the east side of the road, north of the city of St. Augustine; bounded south by lands of Juan Villalonga, north by those of Juan Gonzalez Montes de Oca, east by the north river, and west by the road.
NO. 679.SARAH TATE.450 ACRES.
Concession dated September 23d, 1811. Survey dated April 21st, 1821.
Situated on the west bank of St. John's river, at a place called Bryan's Old Field. The 1st line begins at a laurel on the bank of the river, and runs S. 80 degrees W.65 chains, lo a pine; the 2d line runs S. 5 degrees W. 82 chains, to another pine on the bank of the same rvier; thence along its meanders to the first station.
NO. 680.LINDSAY TODD'S LEGATEES.600 ACRES. Title dated July 1st, 1815. Survey dated December 19th, 1803.
Situated at Mosquito; bounded east by marshes, north by lands of William Williams, south by lands of Robert McHardy,and west by vacant lands. The south line runs S.-60 degrees W."18I and a half chains, and the east line N. 30 degrees W. 33 10-100 chains.
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the edge of a marsh, and runs S. 50 degrees E. 149 chains, to a pine marked WD,on a roadhounding the lands of Paul.Dupon; the 2d Hne runs N. 10 degrees E. 95 chains, to a point; the 3d line runsN. 45 degrees W.65 chains, to a pine marked VV; the 4th line rune N. 80 degrees VV. 149 chains, to a point on the aforesaid marsh; thence along the same to the place where the first line began.
NO. 688.WM. WILLIAMS' HEIRS.180 ACRES.
Concession dated September 6th, 1804. No survey.
Situated on Mosquito, or New Smyrna; bounded north hy lands of James Kerr, west by public lands, south by lands of Lindsay Todd, and east by Mosquito river.
' NO. 689.E. WATERMAN'S HEIRS270 ACRES.
Concession dated February 17tb, 1816. Survey dated March 20th, 1816.
Situated in McQeen's Swamp, hear the river St. Mary's. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs N. 45 degrees E. 20 chains, to another pine; the 2d line runs N. 60 degrees E. 30 chains, to another pine; the 3d line runs E. 25 chains, to another pine; the4th line runs S. 50 degrees E. 25 chains, to another pine; the 5th line S. 50 degrees W. 25 chains, to aimther pine; the 6th line S. 85 degrees W. 40 chains, to a gum; and the 7th line N. 45 degrees VV. 15 chains, to the first pine.
, NO. 690.E. WATERMAN'S HEIRS.260 ACRES.
Concession dated March 18th, 1817. Survey dated April 9th, 1821.
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Situated at a place called Harris'Deadening, on Mi'ls'Swamp; bounded north and east by lands of Jehu Underwood, and south by lands of E. Waterman. The 1st line begins ai a pine, and runs S. 22 degrees E. 65 chains, to a pine; the 2d line N. 68 degrees E. 42 chains, to a pine; the 3d |im> runs N. 22 degrees W. 65chains, to a pine; and the 4th line runs S. 68 degrees W. 42 chains, to the place where the first line began.
NO. 691 JONATHAN WATSON.500 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey.
Situated on the right bank of Trout creek, adjoining Six Mile creek, and bounded by Sibbald's survey and by vacant lands.
NO. 692.JAMES WALKER.640 ACRES.
Donation under an act of Congress. No survey. Situated on St. Mary's river, below Camp Pinkney.
NO. 693.ROBERT WHITMORE'S HEIRS.150 ACRES.
Survey dated May 16th, 1792. Situated on the river St. John's, at a place called Whitmore's Plantation. The 1st line begins.at a cypress marked with a cross, on the border of Goodman's lake, and runs N. 102 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d fine runs S. 20 degrees W. 86 chains, to a stake with the same mark on the bank


NO. 699.THOMAS FITCH'S HEIRS1,000 ACRES.
Title dated November 15ih, 1817. Survey dated January 22d, 1818.
Situated on the river St. John's, at a place called Spring Garden J bounded on the north by lands of Bariholoone de Castro Ferrer, on the east and south by vacant pine lauds, and on the west by the river St. John's. Its survey begins at a pine marked B and G, and runs S. 5 degrees E. 100 chains, to another pine marked G; thence N.85 degrees W. 100 chains, to a cypress marked G, on -the hank of the NO. 700THOMAS FITCH'S HEIRS800 ACRES.
Title dated November 15th, 1817. Survey dated April 15th, 1818.
Situated on the west side of the river St. JohnV, at a place called Pengree's Old Field; bounded on the northwest by lands of Michael Crosby. The 1st line runs S. 45 degrees W. 75 chains, from a cypress on the bank of the river to another cypress on the edge of a swamp; the 2d line runs S. 8 degrees W. 32 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 50 degrees E. 75 chains, to a pine; the 4th line runs N. 8 degrees E. 32 chains, to a pine; the 5th line runs N. 45 degrees E. 75 chains, to a cypress at or near the mouth of a creek; thence along the bank of the river St. John's to the first station.
NO. 701THOMAS FITCH'S HEIRS400 ACRES.
Title dated February 9th, 1811. Survey dated. May 9th, 1793. Re-surveyed
September 12th, 1818.
Situated in St. Diego, at a place called Swamp; bounded on the north by land of the heirs of Sebastian EspirinxH, on the south by land of Joseph Si-nieon Sanchez, and on the east and west hy public lands. The survey begins at a srke marked with a cross; thence N. 15 degrees VV. 65 chains, to another stake with the same mark; thence N. 15 chains, to a pine with the same mark; thenreN. 80 degrees E. 50 chains to a "Camaron" with the same mark; thence S. 14 degrees E. 80 chains, to a slake wkh the same mark; thence S. 80 degrees W. 50 chains, to the first nation.
NO 702THOMAS FITCH'S HEIRS 255 ACRES.
Title dated February 11th, 1811. Survey dated May 10th, 179a Re-surveyed Septemlwr 12th, 1818.
Situated on St. Diego Plains, at a place called "Sabana General;" bounded on the north hy lands <\f Joseph Simeon Sanchez, and on the east and south by public lands. The first line runs S. 65 chains, from a pine marked with a cross to another pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs VV. 35 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 3d runs N. 17 degrees VV. 68 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 4th runs E. 54 chains, to the first station.
NO. 703THOMAS FITCH'S HEIRS.4,500 ACRES. Title dated March7tb, 1816. Survey dated Arjril 12tb, 1818. Situated on the river Halifax, in the District of Mosquito; bounded on the


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the same mark; the 2d line runs S.5 degrees E. 173 19-100 chains, to another pine marked 6 B; the 3d'line runs parallel to the 1st, and ends at a live oak marked G B, on the margin of a marsh of the aforesaid river; thence along the same marsh to the beginning.
NO. 708.RAYMOND A. HENDERSON.360 ACRES.
Concession dated Jan. 24th, 1818, of 1,000 acres. Survey dated July 1st, 1821.
Situated (including 640 acres confirmed to Magdalena SoianaSee No. 73) at the junction of St. John's river and Six Mile creek; bounded northwardly by fbe creek, westwardly by the river, and southwardly by Rondou's laud. The 1st line begins at a black gum marked XX, on the bank of the creek, and runs S. 25 degrees W. 65 chains, to a pine; and the 2d line S; 85 degrees VV. 125 chains, to-a black gum marked X, on the bank of the St.John's.
NO. 709.HEIRS OF EZEK1EL HUDNALL.900 ACRES.
Concession dated June 3d, 1817. Survey dated April 1st, 1821.
Situated on the eastern bank of the river St. John's, where it unites itself **ith Lake George, and opposite Drayton's Island. The 1st line begins at a pine on the margin of the lake, and runs N. 8 degrees W, 110 chains to an other pine; and the 2d N. 75 degrees W, 90 chains, to an elm on the margin of the river.
NO. 710.DANIEL HURLBERT.125 ACRES.
Concession dated September 2d, 1805. No survey.
Situated south of the city of St. Augustine, and about two and a half miles distant from it, on the stream of the swamp, or overflowed ground, called Peavett. Beginning on a parcel of land which was formerly cultivated and occupied by a certain Mackay, and running southwardly to the completion thereof.
NO. 711.FLORA LESLIE.500 ACRES.
Concession dated April 12th, 1810. Survey dated June 17th, 1817.
Situated on a place called East Head of Springer's Branch, about 10 miles distant from the city of St. Augustine, in a west, northwest direction. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs S. 35 degrees VV. 62 50-100 chains, to another pine; the 2d line runs N. 55 degrees W. 80 chains, to another pine; the 3d runs N. 35 degrees E. 62 50-100 chains, to another pine; and the 4th runs S. 85 degrees E. 80 chains, to the first pine.
NO, 712.JOHN PERCH EM AN.2.000 ACRES.
Concession dated December 12th, 1815. Survey dated August 20th, 1819.
Situated on the south bank of the river Okiliwaha. The 1st line begins at a cypress marked ==, on the margin of the river Okiliwaha, and runs S. 25 degrees E. 142 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 65 degrees W. 142 chains, to another pine with the same mark; and the 3d line runs N. 25 degrees W. 142 chains, to a cypress with the same mark on the bordr-r of the said river; thence alongfthe meanders thereof to the place of beginning. -
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80-100 chains, to an oak; and the 4th line runs E. 87 10-100 chains, to the stake at the beginning of the first line.
NO. 717.GEO, I. F. CLARKE,4,000 ACRES.
Grant dated May 3d, 1816. Survey dated May 6th, 1819, 1,000 acres; July 8th, 1819, 500 acres; July 10th, 1819, 500 acres; July 12th, 1819, 500 acres.
1,000 acres (survey dated May 6th, 1819,) situated on the west side of Lake George; bounded on the north by a creek, called Spring creek, which empties into the said lake, on the east by the margin of the same lake, and on the south and west by vacant lands. TJie 1st line commences at a cypress on the banks of Lake George aforesaid, and runs S. 65 degrees VV. 100 chains, to a pine; and the 2d runs N. 25 degrees W. 100 chains, to a cypress on the bank of Spring creek aforesaid; thence with the creek to Lake George; and thence along the meanders of the lake to the cvpressat the beginning.
500 acres (survey dated July 8th, 1819Asituated at the Big Bend of* Durbin's Swamp, on the east side of the river St.John's, and between .Julington creek: on the west and the Twenty Mile House on the east; bounded on the west by lands of George Clarke. The lsi line commences at a pine, and runs H. 70 degrees W. 100 chains, to another pine; the 2d line runs N.20 degrees W. 60 Chains, to a laurel; the 3d line runs N. 70 degrees E. 46 chains, to a gum; the 4th line runs S. 60 degrees E. 63 chains, to a pine; and the 5th hue runs S. 20 degrees E. 17 chains, to the pine at the beginning of the first line.
500 acres (survey dated July lOih,-1819,) situated at the Big Bend of Durbin's Swamp, on the east side of the rivet St. John's, and between Julington creek on the west and the T'venty Mi4e House on the east; bounded on the north by lands of George Clarke. The 1st line commences at a pine, and runs N. 25 degrees VV. 76 chains, to another pine; the 2d line runs S. 65 degrees W. 66 chains, to another pine; and the 3d brie runs S. 25 degrees E. 76 chains, to another pine; and the 4th line runs N. 65 degrees E. 66 chains, to the pine m the beginning of the first hue.
-500 acres (survey dated July 15th, 1819,) situated on the Big Bend of Durbin's Swamp, on the east side of the river St. John's, between Julington creek on the west and the Twenty Mile House on the east; bounded on the north by lands of James Hall, on the east and south by lands of George Clarke. The 1st line commeuces at a pine, and runs S. 70 degrees W. 84 chains, to a gum; the "2d line run* N. 20 degrees W. 60 chains, to a laurel; .the 3d line runs N. 70 degrees E. 84 chains, to another laureJ; and the 4th hue runs S. 20^degrees E. 60 chains, to the pine at the beginning of the first line*
1,000 acres, to be surveyed according to the grant, at a place known by the name of MeDougal's Old Field, on Hillsborough river.(This is the same tract described under No. 610.)
500 acres, to be surveyed according to the grant, at the Big Bend of Durbin's Swamp.
(The foregoing described 4,000.acres of land are also described under No. 473.)
NO. 718.HEIRS OF THOMAS FITCH1,900 ACRES.
Grant dated May 24tb, 1815. Survey dated October 20tfi, 1803.
Situated in the county of Mosquito, at a place called Mount Oswald; bounded on the north by the rivers Halifax and Tomoko, forming a point, on the east by the Halifax, on the south by lands of Henry "JTonge, and on the west


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3,400 acres situated on the above described stream', bounded on the east by another-parcel of 4,000 acres, (the last described tract,) on the west by another of 2*000 acres, of the same grant, on the south by vacant lands, and on the north by the said parcel of 4,000 acres. The 1st line begins at a cypress marked =, on the southern bank of the stream, and runs S. 162 1-2 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 79 degrees W. 212 chains, to another pine with the same mark; and the 3d N. 162 1-2 chains, to a cy press with the same mark on the aforesaid southern bank; thence along the same to the place where the first line began.
NO. 722.MQSES E. LEVY.8,000 ACRESL
Concession dated March 20th, of 10,000 acres. Survey dated July 25th, 1820, 4,000 acres; same date 4,000 acres.
4,000 acres situated about 5 miles, east of Spring Garden. The 1st line begins at a point on the border of a hammock, and runs S. 60 degrees VV. 100 chains, to a stake; the 2d runs S. 30 degrees E. 105 chains, to another stake; the 3d runs N. 60 degrees E. 235 20-100 chains, to a pine marked .^j the 4th runs N. 30 degrees VV. 220 chains, to a pine marked XX; the 5th runs S. 60 degrees W. 135 20-100 chains, to a stake; and the 6th S. 30 degrees E. 115 chains, to the point where the first line began.
4,000 acres situated on Black creek, west of the river St. John's. The 1st line begins at a stake on the southern bank of said creek, and the edge of a hammock, and runs S. 45 degrees W. 160 chains, to a pine marked =; ami the 2d line S. 45 degrees E. 250 chains, to a cypress on the bank of Governor's creek; thence along the same to Black creek; thence along the meanders of Black creek, to the stake where the first line began.
NO. 723.MOSES E. LEVY.20,000 ACRES.
Concession dated December 17th. 1817, 26,000 acres. Title dated December 17th, 1817, 22,000 acres. Survey dated August 2d, 1819, 20,000 acres.
Situated in the District of Alachua, at the place called Chacalas Hammock. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs E. 625 chains, to another pine; the 2d runs.N. 320, chains, to a stake; the 3d VV. 625 chains, to another stake; and the 4th S 320 chains, to the pine where-the first hne began.
NO. 724.ANTONIO HUERTAS.10,000 ACRES.
Title dated July 20th, 1816. Survey dated September 19th, 1818.
Situated on Six Mile creek, and bounded a.s follows: on the west by thesaid creek, on the east by a hammock and lands of Bousqet, and on the south by the road leading to Picolata. The 1st line of the survey begins at a pine marked H, about a mile distant from'the Picohua road, and runs S. 77 degrees E, 160 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs N. 15 degrees E. 400 chains, to another pine with the same mark, crossing Turn^ bull's Swamp a little to the north of the Six Mile creek road; the 3d line runs N. 77 degrees VV. 320 chains, to a pine with the same mark on the eastern bank of Six Mile creek, atTobsey's plantation; thence up the creek to a point on the same bank, about a mile south of the Six Mile Plantation; thence to a pine with the same mark on the border of a hammock, called New Ground; thence S. 15 degrees W. to the pine at the beginning.
NO 725.SOPHIA FLEMING, ET AL.20,000 ACRES.
. Title dated Sepetmber 24th, 1816. Survey dated February 3d, 1820.
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.river St. John's) where Pan ton, Leslie & Co. had a store, and about 45 miles therefrom. There is a survey and plat on file in the Public Archives, dated June 10th, 1819, of 2,000 acres, made under this grant, viz:-Situated in Alachua, on Chacalas Hammock, on the west side of Payne's savanna. The 1st line of the survey begins at a pine, and runs N. 45 degrees W. (S. 45 degrees E.) 120 chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs -N. 45 degrees E. 166 chains, to another stake; the 3d line runs N. 45 degrees W. 120 chains, to a pine; and the 4th line runs S. 45 degrees W. 166 chains, to the pine at the beginning.
20,000 acres (the remainder of the grant) are confirmed to Moses E. Levy, and described under No. 723 of this list.
NO 729.GEO. 1. F. CLARKE.16,000 ACRES.
Title dated April 6th, 1816. Survey dated February 24th, 1819, 8,000 acres.
Situated on the western bank of the river St. John's, above Black Creek, at a place called White Spring.
8,000 acres situated as aforesaid. The 1st line begins at a stake, at the mouth of Buckley's creek, below White Spring, and runs S. 25 degrees W. 112 chains, to a pine; thence S. 60 degrees E. 174 chains, to another pine; theijc-e S. 82 degrees E. 154 chains, to another pine; thence S. 33 degrees E. 175 chains, to another pine; thence S.5 degrees W. 123 chains, to another pine; thence S. 15 degrees E. 123 chain-, to another pine; thence N. 83 degrees E. 110 chains, to a stake on the bank of the river St. John's, and the public road from Picolata to Alachua; thence along tbe meanders cf the river lo'the place of beginning.
The other 8,000 acres (balance of this claim) were surveyed on the 5th of October, 1835, by John Lee Williams, Esq., in virtue of a decree dated Aug. 8th, of the same year, issued by the Superior Court, in conformity to a precept of the Supreme Court, as follows: Adjoining the next above described 8,000 acres, and beginning at a cypress marked X, on the western bank of the river St. John's, on Narrow bay; thence N. 72 degrees W. 557 chains, to a pine with the same mark on the south side of Buckley's creek; thence N. 12 degrees E. 175 chains, down said creek to a pine; thence S. 68 degrees E. 510 chains, to a water ash with the same mark, on the margin of the river; thence up the same river 157 chains, to the place of beginning.
The, aforesaid surveyor states, in nis return,that he had sought carefully for the old corners of the original survey, (the 8,000 acres first described,) but time, storms, and timber cutters have so defaced them that he was obliged to survey them on the bank of the river, and then to layout the other 8,000 acres on the western side, adjoining. According to the plat, the 16,000 acres are surveyed as follows: Beginning at a cypress marked X, on the western bank of the river St. John's, on Narrow bay, and running thence N. 72 degrees W\ 557 chains, to a pine with the same mark on the south side of Buckley's creek; thence down the creek to the river, below White Spring; thence up the river to the place of beginning.A plat of 1,000 acres is laid down about the centre of the survey, marked O.
NO. 730.PHILIP R. YONGE.5,000 ACRES.
Title dated February 22d, 1817,25,000 acres. Survey dated May 20th, 1820;
5,000 acres.
5,000 acres situated on the western bank of Long lake, St. John's river, (being part of a tract of 13,000 acres of the same grant,) by which it is bounded oil the northeast. The 1st line begins at a point on the bank of the lake,


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thence in a right-angle with the creek to the bank of the river aforesaid bounded'by lands of Thomas de Aguiiar; thence along the meanders of the riv< i to the stake at the beginning.
4,000 acres are to be surveyed within the bounds of the grant, to wit: on the margin of the river St. John's, above the first described tract, and about 12 miles distant from it, at a place called Bryant's Lower Landing, bounded south by land Juan Moore; and thence E. to the head of Deep creek, comprehending the east and west sides of said creek, and bounded north by the southwest line of Tocoy, and west by the river St. John's.
NO. 733.FRANCIS P. FATIO & LOUISA HALLOWES.10,000 ACRES.
Survey dated November 25th, 1791.
Situated at a place called New Switzerland, on the eastern side of the river St. John's. The 1st line begins on the bank ol the river, at a pine marked X, and runs S. 45 degrees E. 22 chains, to another pine with the same mark partly bounded by land of Hunnah Moore; thence N. 45 degrees E. 80 chains, to a stake with the same mark; thence S. 45 degrees E. 320 chains, to a pine with the same mark; thence S. 30 degrees W. 318 chains, to a stake with the same mark ou the margin of the river; thence along the same to the pine at the beginning of the survey.
* NO. 734.WILLIAM GIBSON, ET AL.10,762 ACRES.
British patent dated April 18th, 1771, 10,000 acres; March 27th, 1775, 762 acres; Survey dated March 29th, 1793, 10,762 acres.
Situated on the southern branch of Nassaw river. The 1st line begins at a tulip free marked 3 X, on the margin of the river Nassaw, and runs N. 73 degrees W. 316 chains, to a laurel with the same mark; the 2d line runs S. 17 degrees W. 77 chains, to a stake with the same mark on the north line of a tract of Navet David, containing 200 acres; the 3d line begins at a stake on the south line of the said tract of Navet David, and runs S. 17 degrees W. 112 chains, to a pine with the same mark; the 4th line runs N. 73 degrees W. 82 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 5th line runs S. 17 degrees W. 93 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 6>h line runs S. 73 degrees E. 420 chnins, to another pine with the same mark; the 7th line runs N. 17 degrees E. 127 chains, to a tulip tree with the same mark on the margin of the south branch of the river Nassaw; thence to the tulip tree at the beginning.
300 acres of John Silcock, 150 acres of Guillermo David, and part of 200 of Navet David, are located within the above described lines.
NO. 735.FRANCIS RICHARD.16,000 ACRES.
Concession dated June 4h, 1817. Survey dated December 26th, 1824, 1,600
acres.
1,600 acres acres situated on Cedar Swamp, three or four miles S. of St. John's Bluff. The 1st line begins at a pine marked and runs N. 200 chains, to another pine with the same mark; the 2d line runs W. 80 chains, to a black oak with the same mark; the 3d line runs S. 200 chains, to a cypress with the same mark; the 3d line runs E. 80 chains, to the pine at the beginning.


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treat by the same river, and on all other points by vacant lands. The plat represents a squarethe only hne which is described thereon is the easternmost, which runs S. 10 degrees W. and measures 23 chains.
NO 741.CHARLES HILL.100 ACRES.
Concession dated September 13th, 1798. No survey.
Situated at a place called Sr. Marks, about 9 miles from the city of St. Augustine, following the road that leads to the river St. John's, and about one mile west from it.
NO. 742.BERNARDO SEGUL16,000 ACRES.
Concession dated December 6th, 1814
Situated at the place called Tokay, on the western head of Indian river, and between the same and the river St. John's.
NO. 473.CHARLES SETON.16,000 ACRES.
Concession dated May 8th, 1816. Survey dated May 16th, 1820, 520 acres.
520 acres situated at a place called Roundabout, on the river Nassaw, surrounded by wateis of the said river, except a small space on the southern boundary. (The balance of the claim is to be surveyed on vacant lands, adjoining the above described tract.)
NO. 744.-CHARLES F. S1BBALD16.000 ACRES.
Concession dated August 2d, 1816. Survey dated May 2d, 1819, 10,000 acres.
10,000 acres situated on Trout and Six Mile creeks, St. John's river. The 1st line of the survey begins at a stake, on or near the western bank of Trout creek, and runs S. 85 degrees YV.210 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 10 degrees E. 150 chains, to a pine; the 3d hne runs S. 85 degrees W. 190 chains, to a pine; the 4th runs S. 10 degrees E. 30 chains, to.a pine; the 5th runs S. 84 degrees E. 220 chains, to a pine; the 6th runs N. 85 degrees E. 430 chains, to a stake on the bank of the river; thence along the same to the mouth of Trout creek, ami thence up the creek to the place of beginning.
The balance of the grant to be surveyed at the place called for by the same, viz: on Six Mile creek, alias Little Trout creek, on the northern side of the river St. John's.
NO. 745.JOHN W. S1MONTQN, ET AL.KEY WEST.
Concession dated August 26th, 1815. No survey.
Situated to the south of Cape Florida, and known as one of the Florida Keys.
The claimants, by a written declaration, dated March 31st, 1829, directed to the Register and Receiver of Public Lands in East Florida, have accepted, according to the provisions of an act of Congress, approved May 23d, 1828, the confirmation of the quantity of acres contained in one league square, upon the said island or key, relinquishing and surrendering, at the same time, to the United States, all claim to the residue contained in the grant.


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forty miles distant, in a northwest direction, from Payne's Town, and about eighty miles from Buena Vista, which part of the country is known under the name of Alachua. The survey begins at a point, and runs thence S. 70 degrees W. 950 chains, to another point; thence N. 20 degrees W. 400 chains, to another point; thence N. 70 degrees E. 950 chains, to another point; thence to the beginning.
NO. 749.HEIRS OF F. M. ARREDONDO, SEN.15,000 ACRES. Grant dated March 24th, 1817. Survey dated August 5th, 1819.
Situated on the southwest side of Lake Georgea brook of sweet water being in the middle of the front of the tract. The 1st line of the survey begins at a palmetto marked X, on the west bank of the lake, and runs S. 65 degrees W. 400 chains, to a pine marked =; the 2d line rims N. 25 degrees VV. 400 chains, to a stake; the 3d line runs N. 65 degrees E 400 chains, to a palmetto marked X; thence along the bank of the lake to the beginningthe mouth of the brook being about the centre. (Within this survey is another of 1,000 acres, bounded on the north by the brook, and on the east by the lake.See first tract described under No. 717 of this list,)
NO. 750.JOS DELESP1NE, ET AL10,240 ACRES.
Grant dated November 10th, 1817. Survey dated September 18th. 1820.
Situated on a creek, which, issuing from the north head of Indian river, northwardly, runs to the northwest. The 1st line begins at a pine, marked F, and runs S. 45 degrees E. 320 chains, to a stake; the 2d line runs S. 45 degrees W. 320 chains, to a point; the 3d line rune N..45 degrees W. 320 chains, to a pine marked F; and the 4th line runs N. 45 degrees E. 320 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 751.HEIRS OF JOHN FORBES10,000 ACRES.
Grant dated July 28th, 1814. Survey dared October 23d, 1816, 7,000 acres; October 20tb, 1816, 3,000 acres.
Situated, according to the grant, in the District of Nassaw river, and surveyed as follows: 7,000 acres on the head of the river Little St. Mary's. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs N. 10 degrees W. 246 chains, to a pine; the 2d line runs S.,80 degrees W. 286'chains, to another ptne; the 3d line runs S. 10 degrees E. 246 chains, to another pine; and the 4th line runs N.80 degrees K. 286 chains, to the beginning.
3,000 acres on Cabbage Swamp, St. Mary's river. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs S. 80 degrees W. 195 ch-dns, to a pine; the 2d line runs S. 45 degrees W.35 chains, to another pine; the 3d line runs W. 77 chains, to a pine; the 4th line runs N. 105 chains, to a pine; the 5th line runs N. 80 degrees E. 299 chains, to a pine marked O X III; and the 6th line run> S. 105 chains, to the beginning. (This is the same tract described under No. 123 of this list.)
NO. 752.ROBF.RT M'HARDY'S ASSIGNEE.16,000 ACRES. Grant dated November 8th, 1814. Survey dated May 10th, 1819. Situated at a place known under the name of Aprecile's Spring, St. John's


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NO. 756.JOHN* BREJVARD.16,000 ACRES.
Concession dated August 24th, 1816. Survey dated May 27th, 1817, 7,000 acres; October 10th, 1819, 2,000 acres; April 19th, 1820, 4,000 acres.
7,000 acres situated between.Big Cedar and Dunn's creeks, including Little Ceuar creek; bounded southw irdly by Big Cedar creek, eastwardly by Dunn's creek and the river St. J (din's. The surv< y begins at a pine on the banks of Dunn's creek, and runs S. 50. degrees W. 440 chains, to another pine, on the banks of Biji Cedar creek; thence down tins creek to the river St. John's; thence along the rivfT to the mouth of Dunn's creek; thence up tin* ( re*k to the place of beginning. From a point on the bank of the river St. John's to another point, cm or near the centre o*f the first described line, runs another line N. 20 degrees W. 360 chains. (Wuhin this tract,and fronting Big Cedar creek, there is a tract of 300 acres appertaining to-Lain.)
3,000 acres to be surveye<|, according to the decree of the Supreme Court of the United States, as follows: "Adjoining the 7,000 acre survey (the above described) on vacant land." "The 7,000 acres and the 3,000 acres will be laid down in connection, as one 10,000 acre survey. Not more than one-third can be bounded in front on the river St. John's, should the claimant choose to add the 3,000 acres next to either side of the 7,000 acre tract adjoining the river. The 7,000 acre survey being 360 chains deep, the 1,000 acres can only front 120 chains."
2,000 acres situated on Cedar Swamp, of the river St. John's, at a place known under the name of Sugar Town. The 1st line of the survey begins at a red oak, atid runs N. 31 degrees W. 100 chains, to a hickory; the 2d line runs N. 59degrees E. 200 chains, to a red oak; the 3d line S. 31 degrees E. 100 chains, to a pine; and the 4ih line inns S, 59 degrees W. 200 chains, to the beginning. The road from Payne's Town to Okiiiwaha crosses this survey about its Centre.
4,000 acres situated on Cabbage Hammock, east of the river St. John's, and South of the branch called Dunn's creek, which runs from Dunn's lake to the said river; bounded on the wesi by land of Robert Harrison. The 1st line begins at a pine, and runs S. 200 chains, to another pine; the 2d line runs E. 200 chains, to another pine; the 3d line runs N. 200 chains, to another pine; and the 4th line runs W. 200 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 757DELIA BROAD A WAY'.500 ACRES. Concession dated September J5ih, 1815.
Situated on St. Mary'* river, at a place called Dunn's creek. '
There is a certificate of snrv.ey and plat on file iivthe Public Archives, dated July 6th, 1818, made under this concession, viz: The 1st line begins at a stake, and runs S. 62 degrees E. 58 chains, to a pinebounded by land of Maxey Dell; the 2d line runs S. 33 degrees W.88 chains, to another pine; the 3d line runs N. 62 degrees W. 58 chains, to a stake on the bank of the. river St. Mary'sbounded by land of Reuben Lassrter; theuce along the tneauders of the said river to the stake at the beginning.
NO 758.GEO. I. F. CLARKE.2,000 ACRES.
Concession dated February 16th, 1811. Survey dated June 15th, 1819, 1,000 acres; August 10th, 1819, 500 acres; August 11th, 1819, 500 acres.
1,000 acres situated at a place called Cedar alias Baggs' Hammock, on the southern part of Mizell's lake. The 1st line of the survey begins at a stake, and runs S. 70.71 chains, to a hickory; the 2d line runs E. 141.42 chains, to a
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N. 20 degrees VV. 141.42 chains, to another stake; the 2d line runs S. 70 degrees VV. 70.71 chains, to a pine; the 3d line runs S. 20 degrees E. 141.42 chains, ro a stake; and the 4th line ruus N. 70 degrees E. 70.71 chains, to the beginning.
NO. 761 .--GEO. I. F. CLARKE 1,000 ACRES. Concession dated April 10th, 1801. Survey dated May 18th, 1819.
Situated at a place called Big Savanna, on the head of the river Matanzas; bounded on tbe north and east by cypress swamps and pine lands; on the south by savanna and pine lands, ami on the west by Graham's Swamp. The survey begins at a stake on the edge of Graham's Swamp, and runs thence, S. 3 (33) degrees E. 80 chains, to a point; thence N. 60 degrees E. 13 chains, to another point; thence S. 30 (38) degrees E. 55 chains, to a palmetto on the edge of the said swamp; thence, crossing the savanna, to a pine on the edge of the pine lauA; thence along the pine land and cypress ponds to a stake On the edge of a cypress pond; thence, re-crOssing the savanna, to another stake on the edge ot the pine land; thence to the stake at the beginning.
NO. 762.JOHN W. LOW, ET AL.16,000 ACRES.
Concession dated April 6th, 1816. Survey dated December 23d, 1819, 6,000 acres; February 7th, 1820, 10,000 acres.
6,009 acres situated at a place called Doctor's Branch of Bell's river. The survey begins at a pine on the northern hank of Locklar's creek, Nassaw river, and runs N. 30 degrees E. 118 chains, to another pine on the northern bank of a creekhounded by lands of Led with; thence N. 15 degrees E. 48 chains, 10 a stake at a landing place of die last mentioned creek; thence N. 80 degrees E. 35 chains, to a pine(the two last described lines are bounded by laud of William Walker); thence N. 20 degrees E. 200 chains, to a pine; thence, N. 9 degrees E. 68 chains, to a hickoryhounded by land of William Christopher; thence N 80 degrees E. 65 chains, (crossing Doctbr's Branch,) to a pine; thence N. 10 degrees E. 23 chains, (o another pine; thence N. 51 degrees VV.56 chains, to another pjiu(the three last described lines are bounded by land of John Low); thence S. 39 degrees VV. 312 chains, to a stake bounded by land of Eleazer' Waterman; thence S. 84 degrees E. 6 chains, to a pine; thence S. 6 degrees W. 73 chains, to another pine; thence E. 27 chains, to another pine; thence S. 60 chains, to another pine on the northern bank of the ahovemeniioned Locklard's creek(the four last described lines are bounded by land of Jeremiah Wingate); thence along the said bank to the pine at the beginning.
The original survey and plat on file in the Public Archives has the following remark, viz:
The lines of this plat enclose - 7,080 acres.
Deduct as belonging to Daniel Vanghan -. 950 " William Christopher 130
- 1,080
Remaining in favor of John Low 6,000 "
10,000 acres (balance of the concession) situated northwestwardly of the head of Indian river, and westwardly of the prairies of North creek, which empties itself into the head or pond of said river; bounded on the north by land of Charles Sibbald, on the south by land of John M'Intosh, on the east by the prairies of North creek, and on the west by public lands. The 1st line








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