Franklin County, Arkansas

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==First Settlers==
 
==First Settlers==
The earliest BLM grants for Township 9N29W were all done out of the Batesville Federal Land Office, and were all issued on 1 Apr 1829 for : Bazil Newton and Lunsford Olliver.
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batesville,_Arkansas Batesville] was the central Federal Land Office for Northern Arkansas, and all the early BLM grants were done from this office.
  
The earliest BLM grants for Township 8N26W were all done out of the Batesville Federal Land Office, and were all issued on 15 Nov 1830 for: Alexander Barnhill, James Fisher, George Grounds, Adam Hawick, Joseph Jeffries, Aquilla Mitchell, Alexander Ross, Abraham St Clair, Alden Taylor and Bird Williams.
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The earliest BLM grants for Township 9N29W and were all issued on 1 Apr 1829 for : Bazil Newton and Lunsford Olliver.
  
The earliest BLM grants for Township 8N25W were all done out of the Batesville Federal Land Office, and were all issued on 15 Nov 1830 for : Alexander Barnhill, James Drake, Eli G Harris, Hugh Logan, James Marrs and William McDonald
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The earliest BLM grants for Township 8N26W were all issued on 15 Nov 1830 for: Alexander Barnhill, James Fisher, George Grounds, Adam Hawick, Joseph Jeffries, Aquilla Mitchell, Alexander Ross, Abraham St Clair, Alden Taylor and Bird Williams.
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The earliest BLM grants for Township 8N25W were all issued on 15 Nov 1830 for : Alexander Barnhill, James Drake, Eli G Harris, Hugh Logan, James Marrs and William McDonald
  
 
==Resources==
 
==Resources==

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