|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Title:||Charles Smith deed|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
No biographical information on Charles Smith is available.
John Walton (ca. 1738-1783) was born in Virginia. He was a delegate from St. Pauls Parish (Richmond County, Georgia) to the Georgia Provincial Congress, 1775, a member of the Georgia Executive Council, and a delegate from Georgia to the Continental Congress in 1778. His home was in Richmond County, where he was an active planter. His brother was George Walton.
This collection consists of a 1769 deed from Charles Smith to John Walton, both of St. Pauls Parish, for 200 acres in St. Pauls Parish, Georgia. St. Pauls Parish later became Richmond County. This document is a negative photocopy.
Original deed in the Georgia Colonial Records, Conveyances, V, 1769-1771, in Department of Archives and History, Atlanta.
[item identification], Charles Smith deed, MS 1160, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|1||Item 1: Deed. Charles Smith to John Walton, both of St. Pauls Parish, 200 acres in St. Pauls Parish, 1769 April 6 ( 3.0 p. ) (Negative photocopy.)|