|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Maner, George H., 1798-1858.|
|Title:||Maner and Saxon family deed and plat|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
George H. Maner (1798-1858) was born in South Carolina. He married Charlotte Mock (1803-1870); Henry C. Maner (b. ca. 1844) was one of their children. Henry Maner lived in Screven County, Georgia and had a son named Henry C. Maner (II). Henry Maner II married Mary Elizabeth Saxon.
This collection consists of a deed of conveyance, 1833, from John Lee to George H. Maner, both of Screven County. The deed is for Lot 535, 18th District, 2nd Sec. in Cherokee County, containing 40 acres; the Lot is a "gold lot," in that it was one of the 40-acre lots sold in lotteries in Cherokee County. During the early 19th century, gold was discovered in Cherokee County, leading to a gold rush on the county. The collection also includes a plat of the Saxon family cemetery lot in Screven County, Georgia, dated 1919.
[item identification], Maner and Saxon family deed and plat, MS 539, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of Mrs. M.L. Holt, 1955.
Collection is open for research.
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|Item 1: Deed of Conveyance, John Lee to George H. Maner, 1833 August 11 ( 1.0 p. )|
|Both of Screven County, Ga., Lot No. 535, 18th Dist., 2nd Sec. in Cherokee county, containing 40 acres.|
|Item 2: Plat of "The Saxon Family Cemetery Lot" in Screven County, Ga., 1919 June 2 ( 1.0 p. )|