Annie Dobbin and Willett Miller farm collection
Scope and Contents
The Annie Dobbin and Willett Miller Farm Collection consists of land documents including deeds, surveys, and invoices from a Watauga County, North Carolina farm located in Todd. The documents date to a time prior to the Watauga County court house fire in which many of the county's legal records were destroyed.
The materials are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
No interlibrary loan.
The collection is open for research in the Dougherty Reading Room.
The papers within this collection outline the history and formation the Annie Dobbin-Willet Miller farm in Todd, Watauga County, North Carolina. The farm is made up of lands left by Hugh A. Dobbin to his sister, Annie Dobbin and her husband, Willett Miller.
0.75 Linear Feet (1 half-sized manuscipt box and 1 small oversize box)
This collection consists of land documents pertaining to the Annie Dobbin- Willet Miller farm in Todd, North Carolina. It includes land surveys and deeds beginning in the mid-19th century outlining the lands which make up the farm.
The collection is arranged alphabetically by last name of the title recipient. The dates after each name denote the year of the land transaction. The documents are filed maintaining the contents of the original folders.
This collection was donated in 2008 by Richard Miller.
This collection was processed by Trevor McKenzie, September 2016.
- Processed by Trevor McKenzie, September 2016.
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