Wake County North Carolina Land Entries 1778-1846
Haun, Weynette Parks.
1st ed.
Durham, N.C.
c1980.


[pg 041][152-153]
Warrt. Issd.
454. July 23 1778. Elizabeth Carden Enters Five hundred & fifty acres of Vacant Land
in Wake County Lying - on both sides of Houses Creek Joining the Lands of Joseph
Dillard & Micajah Mickleroy including the Improvement she now Lives on. 550:50/:13.15

[pg 064][238-239]
716. Novr. 14th. 1778. Joseph Dillard Enters One hundred acres of Land in Wake County
lying on both sides of Houses Creek Joining his own Line & Elizabeth Cardins. 100:40/:
2.10.

[pg 085][298]
Warrt. Issd.
#975. Jany. 29th. 1779. William House Enters three hundred acres of Land in Wake County,
on the West side of House's Creek, Joining his own Line & the Lines of Elizabeth Cardin
& Joseph Dillard. 300: 50/:7..10.

[pg 085][298]
Warrt. Issd.
#981. Feby. 1st. 1779. John Abernethee Enters three hundred acres of Land in Wake County,
Lying on the South side of Crab Tree Creek & West side of Beaver Dam Creek, Joining his
own Lines & the Lines of Elizabeth Cardin & Col. Lane. 300:50/:7..10

[pg 097][339]
Warrant Issued.
No. 28. November 3d. 1785. Jacob Hartsfield Enters for 80 acres of Vacant Land Lying in
Wake County on the Smith side of Crab Tree Creek, Joining his own line and a line for-
merly the Widdow Cardins.