Tag Archives: Tyler

Land Records

Yesterday, I listened to a recorded webinar on Using the Bureau of Land Management Tract Books by Michael John Neill. [Read this only if you need instructions on how to get to the sites. To go to website, right click … Continue reading

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Our Tylers – Loyalists in Llewellyn Conspiracy in the Revolutionary War?

As the conflict between England and her American colonies developed, most southern coastal planters were loyal to England, which was the market for their crops. Most plantation owners were members of Anglican churches, the same religion as in England. These … Continue reading

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CAVALIERS AND INDENTURED SERVANTS

 This migration look place to the Chesapeake Bay area of Virginia and Maryland between 1642 and 1675. By now the Puritans had control in England and the Anglicans were being persecuted. Some in this migration left because of religious persecution, … Continue reading

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