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Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of Prince Edward County [Land deed between Aleas Snead and Nannie Harvey]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09587.390 Author/Creator: Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of Prince Edward County Place Written: Prince Edward County, Virginia Type: Typed document signed Date: 17 March 1937 Pagination: 3 p. ; 37.5 x 23 cm.

Summary of Content: A land deed between Aleas Snead and her husband, Nathan Snead, and Nannie Harvey stating that the Sneads are giving the remainder of a plot of land in Farmville to Nannie Harvey. It is signed by Aleas Snead, Nathan Snead, and La Valle Taylor. It is stamped by the Clerk's Office of Prince Edward County, Virginia, and signed by Irene Leake. The reverse also has printing of the deed title and the date, as well as a handwritten note of $2.62 in taxes and fees.

People: Harvey, James Henry (fl. 1914-1936)
Snead, Aleas M
Harvey, Nannie J. (fl.1914-1969)

Historical Era: Great Depression and World War II, 1929-1945

Subjects: African American HistoryChildren and FamilyMoneyLand Transaction

Sub Era: The Great Depression

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