Kathryn (Leedom) Ives Genealogy
William Leedom of Adams Co, Ohio
5 Aug 1837 Fort Wayne Indiana Land Office
"The South East quarter of Section one in Township twenty-two of Range ten East in the District of Lands subject to sale at Fort Wayne, Indiana containing one hundred and sixty acres."
John Leedom of Schuyler County, Missouri
30 Mar 1849 Fayette Land Office
"The north half of Lot Number One of the North West quarter of Section Thirty in Township sixty-six, of Range fourteen in the District of Lands subject to sale at Fayette, Missouri, containing forty acres."
1 Mar 1816 Ohio Land Office
"Know Ye, that in consideration of military service performed by John Poe, a soldier of the War, is granted unto William Leedom assignee of Joseph Baker, who was assignee of the said John Poe:
"a certain tract of land containing Two hundred acres, situate between the Little Miami and Scioto rivers, north-west of the river Ohio, as by survey bearing date the twentieth day of September in the year one thousand eight hundred and ______, to wit:
Survey of two hundred acres of land on a Military warrant No. 4701 in favor of the said John Poe, on the waters of Eagle Creek, Beginning at a white oak and two dogwoods, Northwest corner to Aaron Denny's survey No. 2200, running S 74 E 154 poles, crossing a run at 40 poles to a red oak and sugar tree on a large run; thence NE 167 poles to three hickories and a white oak, South corner to Andrew Gatewood's survey No. 1788; thence N 41 W 200 poles to a white oak; thence S 6 1/2 W 280 poles to the beginning."
13 Jul 1818 Ohio Land Office
"Know Ye, that in consideration of military service performed by James Collier, a soldier of the War, there is granted by the United States unto William Leedom Assignee of Dawson Cooke, Assignee of John Collier who was the only surviving brother and heir at law of the said James Collier deceased, a certain tract of Land containing two hundred acres situate between the Little Miami and Sciota rivers, northwest of the river Ohio, as by survey bearing date the fifteenth day of June in the year one thousand eight hundred and fourteen and bounded and described as follows, to wit:
Survey of two hundred acres of land in favor of the said William Leedom on a Military Warrant No. 6102, on the waters of Eagle Creek; Beginning at a sugartree and Dogwood, northwest corner to Holliday Hickman's Survey No. 671; thence with their line East one hundred & six poles to an Ash and hackberry; thence North one hundred & eleven poles to a Dogwood and two ashes; thence North Sixty-three degrees West fifty-six poles to two hickories and a Sugartree in the line of Henry Heth (sic) Survey No. 1423; thence with said line South thirty degrees West three hundred & ninety two poles passing his corner at three hundred & twenty-four poles to a buck in the line of John McDowell's entry No. 902; thence with his line South sixty degrees East one hundred & twenty one poles to two dogwoods and an ash; thence North thirty degrees East twenty five poles to three dogwoods in the line of said Holliday and Hickman's Survey; thence with the said line North two hundred poles to the beginning.
Thomas Leedom of Muskingum County Ohio
25 Jun 1841 Chillicothe Land Office
"The East half of the North West quarter of Section twenty three in Township eight of Range nineteen for the District of Lands subject to sale at Chillicothe, Ohio containing eighty acres."
William Leedom Senior of Adams County, Ohio
1 Dec 1848 Fayette Land Office
"The South West quarter of Section Thirty in Township Fifty-two, of Range Twenty-nine, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Fayette, Missouri; containing One Hundred and Seventy-two acres and Thirty-two Hundredths of an acre."
John Leedom of Washington Co, Pennsylvania
27 Apr 1795 Nottingham Township
John Leedom and his wife Letitia (Jones) deeded 68 1/4 acres of their original 234 1/4 acres to their son John for a nominal fee.
John Leedom of Washington Co, Pennsylvania
31 Aug 1815 Nottingham Township
68 1/4 acres to John Withers for $1202.50
John Shiers Bucks Co PA
The Proprietor, by Deeds of Lease and Release, dated the 21st and 22d of Apr'l, 1682, granted to John Shiers, late of Grindleton, in Yorksh'r, in Great Britain, but now of this Province, 1,000 acres of Land, 500 acres whereof being formerly laid out in the County of Bucks; he now desires the Remainder, with the Liberty Land, may be surveyed to him, w'ch is granted and Warrants signed, dated ye 3d 3mo., and 23, 3 mo., 1715.
Minute Book "H", Minutes of Property Beginning 9th day of the second month, 1712
John Leedom, Bucks County Deeds, Book 23, Page 354-355
To all people to whom these presents shall come or may concern, I, John Leedom of Southampton in the County of Bucks, yeoman, send greeting. Whereas in the lifetime of John Hellings & Elizabeth his wife, late of Southampton aforesaid, now both deceased, I did bargain and exchange with him one acre of land in Southampton aforesaid, now in the tenure of Hannah Hellings, herein after particularly described, for one acre of land now in my possession, which they the said John Hellings & Elizabeth his wife purchased of Samuel Leedom, but by reason of the death of both the said John Hellings & Elizabeth his wife intestate soon after the exchange, no title was or hath been since made in confirmation thereof, Wherefore for the doing of which, the heirs and representatives of the said deceased, to wit, Thomas Hellings, John Hellings, the sd. Hannah Hellings & Jonathan Hellings, their children, and John Perkins, Henry Slack & Ruth his wife, late Ruth Perkins, their grandchildren, and I myself have now agreed and conferred(?) upon the final ratification thereof. Therefore know ye that I the said John Leedom, for and in consideration of them the said heirs and representatives aforesaid releasing and ratifying to me the title of the said one acre of land in my possession and the sum of five shillings to me in hand paid by them the said heirs, to wit, the said Thomas Hellings, John Hellings, Hannah Hellings, Jonathan Hellings, John Perkins and Ruth Slack, the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge, have remised, released and quit claim, and by these presents, do remise, release and forever quit claim, unto them the sd. Thomas Hellings, John Hellings, Hannah Hellings, Jonathan Hellings, John Perkins & Ruth Slack, and to their heirs and assigns, all estate, right, title, interest, property, claim and demand whatsoever that I have or might have or could any how have, of, into, or out of the said one acre of land described as follows: viz. Beginning at a white oak at a corner of Richard Leedom, Thomas Worthington & Henry Feaster's lands on the road that leads from the Bristol to the old York road, thence along said road South thirty-nine degrees West twelve perches & eleven feet to a stone a corner of said John Leedom's land, thence by the same North forty-eight degrees West twelve perches & eleven feet to a stone for a corner, thence North thirty-nine degrees East twelve perches & eleven feet to a stone for a corner on the line of Thomas Worthington's land, thence by said Worthington's land South forty-eight degrees East twelve perches & eleven feet to the aforesaid white oak the place of beginning, containing one acre, together with the improvements, heriditaments and appartenances whatsoever thereunto belonging and the reversions, remainders, rents, issues(?) & profits thereof, to have and to hold, the same with the appertenances, unto their heirs and representatives of the said John Hellings & Elizabeth his wife deceased, to wit, the sd. Thomas Hellings, John Hellings, Hannah Hellings, Jonathan Hellings, John Perkins & Ruth Perkins, and to their respective heirs and assigns, in severally forever. In witness whereof, I the said John Leedom have hereunto set my hand and seal, this seventeenth day of May one thousand seven hundred and eighty seven, 1787.
John Leedom, his mark, seal
Sealed and delivered in the presence of Joseph Nolls, Henry Wynkoop.
Bucks fs(?): Before me, Henry Wynkoop, Esqr., one of the Justices of the Court of Common Pleas for the sd. County, personally appeared the above mentioned John Leedom and, acknowledging the above instrument of conveyance as his act and deed, was willing, the same should be recorded as such. Witness my hand and seal, 17th May 1787.
Recorded June 5th, 1787
Source: Chester County Archives
Last Name/ Former Owner First Name
Date of Deed
Location Last Name/ Grantee First Name
Comment Leedom* Samuel 12/16/1829 Plantation or Tract 97 E. Nantmeal Twp. Potts Thomas M. 0.2909722 *by order of writ of partition; 1 of 16 Leedom* Isaac 12/16/1829 Plantation or Tract 97 E. Nantmeal Twp. Potts Thomas M. 0.2909722 *by order of writ of partition; 1 of 16 Leedom* Caroline 12/16/1829 Plantation or Tract 97 E. Nantmeal Twp. Potts Thomas M. 0.2909722 *by order of writ of partition; 1 of 16 Leedom* Matilda 12/16/1829 Plantation or Tract 97 E. Nantmeal Twp. Potts Thomas M. 0.2909722 *by order of writ of partition; 1 of 16 Leedom* Anthony W. 12/16/1829 Plantation or Tract 97 E. Nantmeal Twp. Potts Thomas M. 0.2909722 *by order of writ of partition; 1 of 16 Leedom* William 12/16/1829 Plantation or Tract 97 E. Nantmeal Twp. Potts Thomas M. 0.2909722 *by order of writ of partition; 1 of 16
1 Aug 1835 Tazewell Co Virginia
a certain tract of Land containing " seventy three acres situated in Tazewell County on Horse Pin Creek in ???? of ?? dry fork of sandy river & bounded as follows: Beginning at a white oak and two maples S8?W68 poles crossing two small branches to three white oaks on NW spur of a ridge, S61W126 to two white oaks on the side of a ridge north of William Daltons. S36W28 to a spruce pine on the bank of said creek. S72E44 poles ?? & crossing said creek three times to an Indian cucumber poplar & birch N63E160 poles to a spruce-pine & poplar in a hollow N9W30 poles crossing said creek to the beginning with its appurtenances."
12 Sep 1835 Wythe Co Virginia
a certain tract of Land containing "128 acres, situate in Wythe County on the waters of New River. Beginning at two spruce pine trees on the bank of Marks Creek a branch of said river, on or near Odles line S47E86 poles to a spruce pine on the side of a steep hill, N36E40 poles across the creek to two white oaks & black oak sapling, N10E208 poles to a dogwood, hickory & locust, N86W56 poles to a large pine & black oak grub on the side of a steep hill, N48W72 poles to a white oak & hickory saplings on Odles line & with it S28E78 poles to a locust white oak & hickory corner of said Odles line & with it south 130 poles to the beginning with its appurtenances."
30 Sep1842 Pulaski Co Virginia; delv to Mr. Gordon by request of letter 3 Oct 1843
a certain tract or parcel of Land, containing "48 acres situated in Pulaski County on the East side of the New River on the waters of Macks Creek and bounded as follows: Beginning at a large pine corner to the land of James Stone thence leaving his line N60E108 poles to a poplar by a branch S17E126 poles to a white oak and chestnut oak West 80 poles to a white oak and dogwood sapling on a line of said Stones land thence with two lines thereof N10E60 poles to a white oak, locust and dogwood and thence N79W61 poles to the beginning with its appurtenances."
29 Apr 1854 Pulaski Co Virginia
This deed made this the 29th day of April 1854 between Harvey Nunn and Nancy, his wife; William S Owen and Elizabeth, his wife; Stephen O'dell and Mary, his wife; Harvey Hill and Lucinda, his wife, and Katherine O'dell of the County of Pulaski; and Auguston Cooper and Amanda, his wife of the County of Washington, of the one part, all of the State of Virginia; and Levi O'dell of the County of Pulaski and state aforesaid of the other part;
Witnesseth: That for and in consideration of services rendered by the Levi O'dell to Abraham O'dell, deceased, who formerly owned the hereafter described land the said Harvey Nunn and Nancy, his wife; William S. Owen and Elizabeth, his wife; Stephen O'dell and Mary, his wife; Harvey Hill and Lucinda, his wife, and Katherine O'dell; and Auguston Cooper and Amanda, his wife; the heirs of the aforesaid Abram O'dell, they do grant unto the aforesaid Levi O'dell a certain tract of land (or parcel of land) lying and being in the County of Pulaski and the east side of New River, containing thirty-three acres more or less and bounded as follows To Wit:
Beginning at a white oak corner to the land of Margaret Breeding and John Carnahan and with a line of the latter South 57½° East, 27 poles to a bunch of chestnuts and a water oak on north side of a steep hill, North 32° West, 50 poles to a dogwood and hackly (sic) on a line of Allen Hurst, thence South 76° West, 62 poles to the beginning.
Said Harvey Nunn and wife, William S. Owen and wife, Stephen O'dell and wife, Harvey Hill and wife, Katherine O'dell and Auguston Cooper and wife doth covenant to and with the said Levi O'dell that they will forever warrant the title of the above described land free from the claim or claims of themselves or their heirs, in witness wereof we do set our hands and seals the day and year above written.
Signed: Harvey Nunn Nancy Nunn
William S. Owen Elizabeth Owen
Stephen O'dell Mary Anne O'dell
Harvey (X) Hill Lucinda Hill
Amanda (X) Cooper Auguston Cooper
2 Oct 1854 Pulaski Co Virginia
a certain tract of Land, containing "fifty acres, lying in Pulaski County, South of New River and on the West of Macks Creek and bounded as follows viz: Beginning at a chestnut tree spanish oak in the side of a ridge, corner to a late survey made by John Hollandsworth & by him assigned to William Owen and James B. Owen and on a line of Andrew Boyds land. Thence with the latter N67E105 poles to two chestnut oaks and two black gums corner to John Kelleys 400 acre survey. Thence with a line thereof N77W2133 poles to a stake, corner to Hollandsworths survey. Thence with the line thereof S60E80 poles to aforesaid oak and nine saplings on a ridge S39E102 poles to the beginning with its appurtenances."
LEEDOM LAND RECORDS
Surname Given name State County Date Land Office LEEDOM Andrew CA San Bernardino 5/5/1904 LEEDOM Boyd S SD Jackson 5/14/1909 Chamberlain LEEDOM Chester N SD Jackson 11/4/1909 Chamberlain LEEDOM Frank OK Caddo 4/14/1910 El Reno LEEDOM Fred F SD Lyman 9/8/1904 Montana State Office LEEDOM George MO Schuyler 6/1/1850 Fayette LEEDOM George MO Putnam Schuyler 8/1/1857 Milan LEEDOM George W IN Delaware 8/5/1837 Fort Wayne LEEDOM George W SD Lyman 3/5/1903 Montana State Office LEEDOM Gilbert SD Lyman 10/1/1902 Montana State Office LEEDOM Joe W WY Johnson 11/22/1921 Buffalo LEEDOM John MO Schuyler 3/30/1849 Fayette LEEDOM John W SD Charles Mix 5/5/1893 Montana State Office LEEDOM John William SD Charles Mix 4/9/1901 Montana State Office LEEDOM John William SD Charles Mix 5/4/1888 Montana State Office LEEDOM Joseph MO Schuyler 3/30/1849 Fayette LEEDOM Joseph MO Schuyler 5/1/1849 Fayette LEEDOM Martin H MO Howell 9/9/1892 Ironton LEEDOM Miles R SD Mellette 10/13/1921 Gregory LEEDOM Miles R SD Mellette 10/18/1934 Pierre LEEDOM Paul CO Baca 2/2/1920 Lamar LEEDOM Shannon W CO Gunnison 3/17/1884 LEEDOM Thomas MO Schuyler 12/1/1848 Fayette LEEDOM Thomas MO Schuyler 12/1/1848 Fayette LEEDOM Thomas OH Jackson 6/25/1841 Chillicothe LEEDOM William IN Blackford 8/5/1837 Fort Wayne LEEDOM William MO Carroll Saline 12/1/1848 Fayette LEEDOM William OH 3/21/1816 Ohio LEEDOM William OH 7/13/1818 Ohio LEDUM John MT Hill 4/17/1916 Havre LEEDHAM Edward CA Riverside 11/5/1884 LEEDHAM Tom W MT Valley 7/14/1920 Glasgow LEEDHAM William W WA Grays Harbor 11/23/1891 Seattle
Extracted from the Bureau of Land Management - General Land Office records online.
|Back to Table of Contents||
Copyright © 1998 - 2008