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List of petitioners for land, 1774 Mar. 31.

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David Hoge applies for four hundred acres of land situated at a place known by the name of Catfish Camp, on the waters of [Chisters?] Creek, and in the colony of Virginia, preluding his improvement made about three years ago John Hoge Junr applies for your hundred acres of land situated adjoining the above tract of David Hoge, and north east of the same, on the waters of [Chisters?] Creek and in the colony of Virginia. William Hoge applies for four hundred acres of land situated adjoining lands of John Hoge Jun. and Jonathan Hoge Jun. preluding his improvement on the waters of [Chisters?] Creek and in the Colony of Virginia. Jonathan Hoge Jun. applies for four hundred acres of land situated adjoining of William Hoge and David Hoge Jun. on the waters of [Chisters?] Creek and in the colony of Virginia. David Hoge Jun. applies for four hundred acres of land situated adjoining land of Jonathan Hoge including his improvement on the waters of [Chisters?] Creek in the colony of Virginia. William Barker applies for four hundred acres of land situated on Kings Creek, otherwise called Indian Creek on the south side of the Ohio about sixty or seventy miles below Fort Pett in the colony of Virginia. David Redick applies for four hundred acres of land situated adjoining land of William Barker and the fork of Indian Creek containing an Improvmt in the colony of Virginia.