|Title||Six Augusta County, Virginia, and Rockingham County,Virginia, deeds, especially concerning the Natural Falls Milling Company land and interest, 1898 - 1922|
|Scope & Content||
Group of six documents recording transfer of real property and property interest in Augusta County, Virginia, and Rockingham County, Virginia. The name Newton Wilson appears in several of the documents, perhaps indicating they are from his estate.
The documents are:
Lula M. Knicely to L. P. Knicely and George W. Ring land transfer, September 19, 1922 for a house and lot in Edinburg, Shenandoah County, Virginia.
J. F. Bradburn and Maggie J. Bradburn deed to S. W. Shaver, August 19, 1902 for the former Natural Falls Milling Company (Bridgewater, Va.)
Elizabeth K. Miller and G. Moffett Miller deed to J. N. Wilson et al., November 14, 1898 for Bridgewater Carriage Factory property, Bridgewater, Va.
Article of agreement between Mattie A. Dinkel and Newton Wilson, March 16, 1898 for a house and lot.
F. L. Nicholas and V. E. Nicholas and R. C. Proctor and Sigorney Proctor deed to J. Newton Wilson and John Bradburn, June 29, 1900 for a mill north of Bridgewater (Va.)
William R. Myers and Cora A. Myers deed to J. Newton Wilson, July 13, 1901 for the Natural Falls Milling Company's property on the North River, west of Bridgewater (Va.)
|Collection||Alexander Mack Memorial Library Special Collections|
Bradburn, Maggie J.
Dinkel, Mattie A.
Dinkle, Mattie A.
Knicely, L. P.
Knicely, Lula M.
Miller, Elizabeth K.
Miller, G. Moffett
Myers, Cora A.
Myers, William R.
Ring, George W.
Shaver, S. W.
Wilson, J. Newton
Flour mills Virginia Rockingham County History.
Feed mills Virginia Rockingham County History.
Historic buildings Virginia Rockingham County.
Natural Falls Milling Company (Bridgewater, Va.)