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From: "poverby" <>
Subject: Re: [ALCOFFEE] Reconstructed Tract Book
Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2003 22:37:17 -0600
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Where can we find the reconstructed Tract Book for Coffee County? Is it on
the internet or can we purchase a copy?
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From: "Lynn C" <>
Sent: Sunday, February 23, 2003 11:06 PM
Subject: Re: [ALCOFFEE] STINSON from Coffee County?
P.S. I'm sending where I found he was a land
> owner in Coffee County, AL. Let me know if it helps. Lynn
> Coffee County, Alabama
> Index to
> Reconstructed Federal Land Tract Book
> This is an alphabetical index to the Tract Book reconstructed by Duke
> Vickrey from the General Land Office Automated Records - Alabama.
> 1999 Duke Vickrey, Gulf Breeze, FL
> The index includes all Federal land grants before 1908 located in present
> day Coffee County which were paid for with cash, Choctaw Scrip or were
> homesteaded. These identify only the first grantee of each parcel of land.
> The index includes the grantee's last name, first name, and middle initial
> (if given), followed by the location of the land: range, township and
> section, and the year in which the patent was issued for the grant. Names
> italics are Choctaw Indians. Some grantees have multiple entries in a
> Section. There is no indication of that in the index except where the
> were made in different years. Check all possible spellings in the index.
> Some grants have additional information. These are written in green and
> additional information is included in the tract book. The additional
> information is usually the name of a co-purchaser or an assignor. In some
> cases a widow's former husband is named or if she remarried her former
> is given.
> The Reconstructed Tract Book for Coffee County is divided into 4 parts,
> including all of the entries for one Range. A Range is 6 miles or 6
> wide and extends north-south. They are numbered from the St. Stephens
> Meridian, which is from west to east in Coffee County (R19E to R22E).
> To see the township, range and section map of Coffee County or to go to
> of the other Range Tract Books, click on the links below:
> Map of Coffee County <coff-map.htm>
> Range 19E <coff-19e.htm>
> Range 20E <coff-20e.htm>
> Range 21E <coff-21e.htm>
> Range 22E <coff-22e.htm>
> COFFEE COUNTY INDEX