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Land Grant Number
Give a brief description of the inhabitant. The man. The legend. Do we know any significant details about these guys? If yes, great! Include that here. If not, then this can just be ignored.
Scrub Hill South
D-12 (400 acres, 15 May 1788)
James Stevens. Origin: Loyalist.
James received a grant of 400 acres in the Scrub Hill South area of Long Island on 15 May 1788. The grant, which states that he was a Loyalist, includes land that was bounded by that of Dugald Forbes, Denniston, Taylor, and Begbie. This land was later commuted to George R. Knowles.
James Stevens is listed as a member of the Board of American Loyalists on the 8 May 1786 meeting of the board in Nassau.
Reference: Book A, Grant, Parrish
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