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1851 Apr. 1
Inclusive dates
1851 Apr. 1
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Language
eng
Summary
Bounty land certificate no. 2391, dated 1 April 1851, issued to Glanvil Booth by J. E. Heath (1792-1862), Commissioner of Pensions, Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., entitling Booth to eighty acres of public land for service as a private in Captain Hubbard's Company, 68th Regiment, U.S. Militia, War of 1812. On the reverse is an abstract from the court records of York County, Virginia, dated 19 March 1860, identifying the heir of Booth as Levi Booth, a nephew
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Biographical or historical data
Glanvil Booth, of York County, Virginia, received a land grant of 80 acres of public land for his service in Captain Hubbard's Company, 68th Regiment, United States militia, during the War of 1812. He resided in York County, Virginia, and died between 1851 and 1860.
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Vi
Form designation
Bounty land certificate
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  • The Library of Virginia
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2
Immediate source of acquisition
Wyer, James T.
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000495142
Type of unit
p.

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