3 edition of Patent to public land. found in the catalog.
Patent to public land.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Lands
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Multi-page Patent Maps are listed by the first page only. Official Maps with the Certificate of Corrections are included within the file where applicable. Image Properties: Patent Maps are named with a leading "P" (for Patent Map) followed by an five digit number (e.g.
Ppdf would be for Book 4, Page 20). LAND PATENT named and numbered above; that I have brought up said Land Patent In my name as it pertains to the land described below. The character of said land so claimed by the patent, and legally described and referenced under the Patent Number Listed above is; TownsS., Range 1 W, Southeast Quarter of Section 9, Willamette Meridian File Size: KB.
Click the Search Patents button. Hover your mouse over a field to get a brief description. Get detailed information by checking the Glossary in the Reference Center. For more tips and help, check out our Patent Search Overview. Land Description. #N# ¼ ½ ¾ A B C. Any Meridian Huntsville St Stephens Tallahassee.
The Land Catalog application allows the public to search for Patents, Surveys, Land Status Records, CDI Documents, and LR Case Recordation & Land Status reports associated with a specific township.
This application displays the PLSS data layer for and a drop-down search menu for easy navigation from a State, Meridian, and Township perspective.
OHIO LANDS Ohio occupies a unique place in the development of the public lands of the United States. No other state experienced so many different systems of original land survey. As the first state formed out of the public domain, Ohio was the social labo-ratory in which Congress worked out not only the basic Federal Rectangular Survey.
Land patents show information about people who obtained the title to their land directly from the government (rather than from another individual). This includes land obtained through military bounty land warrants, land grants, cash entry sales, credit entries, homesteads, mineral.
Now on to Land Patents- Because all Federal Land Patents flow from Treaties that fall under the "Supremacy Clause," no State, private banking corporation or other federal agency can question the superionty of title to land owners who have perfected their land by Federal Land Patent.
Public lands, as found in 42 American Jurisprudence, Sec. The abstract of each patent gives, in order, the name of the patentee, the number of acres in the patent, the county in which the land was situated at the time the patent was issued, the date of the patent, the book and page of recordation, a description of the location of the land, and, if applicable, the names of the persons on the basis of.
The endorsement "Returned" and the date on the reverse side of each page refer to the date the Surveyor General sent the return of survey to the Secretary of the Land Office to prepare a patent. If the date of the patent itself is not known, the return date provides a useful starting point for patent searches.
If your land records describe your land in ‘meets and bounds’, you’ll need to be able to prove the land described on your Deed is within the land described on the respective land patent—that can be done with certified official Plat Map(s) or you can contact a Certified. HINT: You can search for documents using wildcards as well.
If you wanted to find all documents that have a Title starting with Tract, you would enter Tract* in the Title of Volume field. Looking for Official Township Plats, Tract Book Pages and State Patents.
Click Here for instructions. What Is A Land Patent. A Land patent is an official document conveying land from the United States Government to private ownership and signed by the respective president of the United States of America.
These transferred title of public lands to the people or corporations named, and to their heirs and assigns, FOREVER. Being both constitutional and biblical, once a Land Patent has been.
(Record Group 49) (bulk ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS OF THE GENERAL LAND OFFICE AND THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT Correspondence Records relating to lands administration Other records RECORDS OF OPERATING.
3 Name of the land office. This is given on the land patent, but if there is a question, a good source for finding the land office is the book entitled Land and Property Research in the United States which includes a section in Appendix B giving the boundary maps for all federal land states including the name of the land office.
of the GLO tract books for the 13 eastern public land states. The BLMESO also has a computerized index of patented land entries for all public land states post, excluding land patents prior to located in Montana, Nebraska, and Oklahoma.
This index is on the BLM web site at. All right and title to land is conveyed by assignment, gift or grant directly from a Land Patent. Land Patent rights flow from the treaty and enabling acts via power of attorney to an individual landholder who in turn gives, grants and assigns the land patents to his/her heirs.
Freehold (i.e., allodial) land is File Size: KB. Pat Patent PD Public Domain Per Permit Pho Pholphate PL Public Law PLO Public Land Order PLS Public Land Sale Pot PotaSlium Proc lama tion Proj Project Prop Proposed PS Public Sale Pur Purchase Pwr Power PW Res Public Water Pwr S Power Site PX Private Exchange QCD.
QuHe1. aim Deed R Range RA Resource Area. Land patent books are the original book copies of letters patent. The original letters patent would be with the recipients. LAND PATENT BOOKS, RG Patent books for the period to are available on microfilm in the Main Reading Room at the Archives of Ontario.
If you know the district and year pertaining to a patent, you File Size: KB. The United States Patent and Trademark Office Functions of the United States Patent and Trademark Office The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO or Office) is an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
The role of the USPTO is to grant patents for the protection of inventions and to register trademarks. Public Lands / Land Patents Skip to related topics, library resources, and law review articles. Federal Land Patents (U.S. Bureau of Land Management) Access federal land conveyance records for the public land states.
Find federal land title records for the eastern public land states, including Wisconsin, issued from to and serial patents/land titles issued between and the mid s.
A land patent is a document recording the passing of a land title from the government, or other proprietor, to the patentee/grantee. This is the first-title deed and the true beginning of private ownership of the land.
Patent Center. Try the beta replacement for EFS-Web, Private PAIR and Public PAIR. Check application status. Check patent application status with public PAIR and private PAIR.
Fees and payment. Pay maintenance fees and learn more about filing fees and other payments. Patent Trial & Appeal Board. Resolve disputes regarding patents with PTAB. The State Archives contains a wide variety of land records.
As Indiana was a public domain state, virtually every acre was surveyed and then sold or otherwise granted by the federal government before settlement. The only exceptions are the lands around Vincennes settled by the French and George Rogers Clark's Grant around Clarksville.
Patents represent the last step in the land grant process, as the patent is the document that officially severs land from sovereignty. The Patent Collection at the Land Office is among the most important collections of documents in Texas because in many cases, the administrative copies of patents found at the Land Office are the only ones that exist.
Among the most valuable of Virginia records for historians and genealogists are the Land Patent books now housed at the Virginia State Library.
Nell Marion Nugent's abstracts, in three volumes, of the first fourteen books have become standard reference works in genealogical libraries throughout this country. Patrons researching early land grants and who know the name of either the original warrantee or patentee may proceed directly to the warrant and patent indexes to find the volume, book, and page numbers on which the warrant, survey, and patent are recorded.
About the Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grant and Surveys This database consists of entries that index two major collections of land records housed in the Library of Virginia plus a small collection of field notes and plats of tracts surveyed by Guy Broadwater.
public land section, names of claimants and certificate numbers, as well as information about acreage in Private Land Claim sections. Sometimes descriptions of the character of land and land features were included. Each township/range, with the exception of a few coastal townships, will have an Official Plat.
Public Land Sections & AcreageFile Size: 1MB. A Dutch Land Deeds [Book II alias HH Part 1], [ c.f. (1 roll microfilm)] Books GG and HH Part 2 contain recorded grants (patents) of land by the director and council of New Netherland, and a few Indian deeds. Book II (also designated as HH Part 1) contains recorded private conveyances (deeds).File Size: KB.
The county volumes of land patents list patentee's name, volume and page of the patent book, land office, document and miscellaneous document numbers, type of transaction, precise legal description, and number of acres.
The simple truth is, a land patent is merely a Land Grant made Patent; which is to say, some sovereign government’s Chief Executive (King, President, etc.) signed a Land Grant from that government and sealed that Grant by making it Patent (permanent/forever irreversible).
A Patent is another name for a land grant. A Patent for public land is a government deed for the premises. A Patent to the land to a private citizen is a deed of the government.
PURPOSE In that a Patent of land from the government is the very highest evidence of title, you must have one to show that you are the actual owner of the land. The following indices to land records are available as online images.
More information about each is available on the index page. Old Rights Index: Bucks and Chester Counties - Index to warrants, surveys and returns filed for lands in Bucks and Chester Counties, generally prior to Original Purchases Register - Register of Original.
Federal Land Patent website; Legal Land Descriptions in Kansas; Kansas is a public-domain land state, meaning the federal government gave away or sold the land in Kansas. The initial transfer of land from the federal government is recorded in the Kansas Tract Books.
These books list the land by the legal description--section, township and range. Mineral Exceptions and Reservations in Federal Public Land Patents Richard H. Bate, Proceedings of 17th Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute () This paper is intended as an aid to the title examiner rather than as an exhaustive treatment of the subject matter,1 and the text of the paper, as well as the accompanying table, is.
Patentability definition, the exclusive right granted by a government to an inventor to manufacture, use, or sell an invention for a certain number of years.
See more. Important developments in patent law emerged during the 18th century through a slow process of judicial interpretation of the law.
During the reign of Queen Anne, patent applications were required to supply a complete specification of the principles of operation of the invention for public access. Patenting medicines was particular popular in the mid-eighteenth century and then declined.
The land patent records include the information recorded when ownership was transferred including the name of the buyer, a legal description of the land, date of sale any easements for roads and waterways and public utilities.
All land patent numbers are searchable in a. A patent is a form of intellectual property that gives its owner the legal right to exclude others from making, using, selling and importing an invention for a limited period of years, in exchange for publishing an enabling public disclosure of the invention.
In most countries patent rights fall under civil law and the patent holder needs to sue someone infringing the patent in order to. It being the same tract of land which the late Proprietaries of Pennsylvania by their Patent dated the twenty eighth day of September A.
Dom. and recorded at the Rolls Office at Philadelphia in Patent Book A vol 11 page &c did grant & confirm to Ulrich Hoover his heirs and assigns forever 2.
Welcome to the Secretary of State's Government Records Inquiry System. This facility provides you easy access to public information maintained by the Secretary of State's office in electronic format.
On the above meridian maps, the portions of the counties in green are not included in the meridian. Each search option opens in a new browser window. RA reduces the period of eligibility for titling from 30 years to 10 years.
However, only alienable land not needed for public service or public use may be given a free patent. Any Filipino who has paid all the real estate taxes for 10 years shall be entitled to free patent for such parcel of land in all municipalities and cities.Part I: Historical Books: First Registration Book: where genealogists can find their ancestors Crown Patents etc.
Part II: Historical Books: Abstract/Parcel Register Book: where genealogists can find all the entries of every transaction on their ancestors land from the date the Crown Patent was issued (all instruments recorded) up to Janu