Land Records, Cleburne County, Arkansas

  1. David R. Vanmeter Land Patent, Document Nr. 1755, 40 acres being the Northeast quarter of Southwest quarter of Section 12, T10N, R9W. 16 August 1838  Bureau of Land Management - Eastern States, General Land Office.  Topo Plot
  2. David R. Vanmeter Land Patent, Document Nr. 2411, 80 acres being the West half of Southwest quarter of Section 12, T10N, R9W. 10 July 1844  Bureau of Land Management - Eastern States, General Land Office.  Topo Plot
  3. David R. Vanmeter Land Patent, Document Nr. 2412, 80 acres being the East half of Southeast quarter of Section 11, T10N, R9W. 10 July 1844  Bureau of Land Management - Eastern States, General Land Office.  Topo Plot
  4. David R. Vanmeter Land Patent, Document Nr. 2413, 40 acres being the Southeast quarter of Southwest quarter of Section 12, T10N, R9W. 10 July 1844  Bureau of Land Management - Eastern States, General Land Office.  Topo Plot
  5. Sarah T. Vanmeter Land Patent, Document Nr. 8542, 320 acres being the Northeast quarter of Section 27 and Northwest quarter of Section 26, T9N, R10W. 1 September 1857  Bureau of Land Management - Eastern States, General Land Office.  Topo Plot
  6. John M. Vanmeter Land Patent, Document Nr. 16397, 120 acres being the North half of Northeast quarter of Section 11 and Southeast quarter of Southeast quarter of Section 2, T10N, R9W. 1 May 1860  Bureau of Land Management - Eastern States, General Land Office.  Topo Plot
  7. John M. Vanmeter Land Patent, Document Nr. 18398, 200 acres being the Southeast quarter of Northwest quarter and South half of Northeast quarter of Section 8 and Southeast quarter of South half of Northwest quarter of Section 9, T10N, R9W. 1 October 1860  Bureau of Land Management - Eastern States, General Land Office.  Topo Plot
 

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