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Illinois, Adams County: Land Patent:  John Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter and Martha Nelson; grandson of John Huffstutter and Elizabeth Buskirk
Illinois, Adams County: Land Patent: John Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter and Martha Nelson; grandson of John Huffstutter and Elizabeth Buskirk
1 Jan 1854.
John Huffstutter was the assignee of John Hoffman who had received land for military service in the War of 1812. 
 
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Indiana, Floyd County: Land Records
Indiana, Floyd County: Land Records
George Huffstutter, 7 April 1818. On the same date his father-in-law John Sears is listed owning land next to George Huffstutter 
 
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Indiana, Floyd County: Land Patent, 15 July 1818
Indiana, Floyd County: Land Patent, 15 July 1818
George Huffstutter (SR) of Bourbon Co., KY (wife Catherine Sears) 
 
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Indiana, Floyd County: Land Patent, 30 Dec 1822
Indiana, Floyd County: Land Patent, 30 Dec 1822
John Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR 
 
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Indiana, Harrison County: Landownership map Blue River Twp.
Indiana, Harrison County: Landownership map Blue River Twp.
Atlas of Harrison Co., IN., by B.N. Griffing, 1882. 
 
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Indiana, Harrison County: Landownership map Morgan Twp.
Indiana, Harrison County: Landownership map Morgan Twp.
Atlas of Harrison Co., IN., by B.N. Griffing, published 1882 
 
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Indiana, Harrison County: Land Patent, George Huffstutter, JR, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
Indiana, Harrison County: Land Patent, George Huffstutter, JR, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
Section 3. 9 May 1825 
 
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Indiana, Harrison County: Land Patent, George Huffstutter
Indiana, Harrison County: Land Patent, George Huffstutter
Certificate # 1856. 9 March 1831 
 
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Indiana, Harrison County: Land Patent, Jacob Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
Indiana, Harrison County: Land Patent, Jacob Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
20 Aug 1827. Section 3 
 
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Indiana, Harrison County: Land Patent, Lewis Huffstutter
Indiana, Harrison County: Land Patent, Lewis Huffstutter
Certificate 3231, Vol 26,p 223. 1833  
 
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Indiana, Harrison County: Land Sales Book
Indiana, Harrison County: Land Sales Book
Town 2 South Range 4 East, Jacob Huffstetter, Geo. Huffstetter 
 
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Indiana, Harrison County: Plat Book
Indiana, Harrison County: Plat Book
1899 
 
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Indiana, Harrison County: Plat Book
Indiana, Harrison County: Plat Book
1899 
 
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Indiana, Harrison County: Plat map of Morgan Township.
Indiana, Harrison County: Plat map of Morgan Township.
Land owners in the areas surrounding Palmyra and Bradford, Indiana 
 
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Indiana, Putnam County, Land Office Records
Indiana, Putnam County, Land Office Records
Peter McIntosh, 11.7 acres, 25 Aug 1823 
 
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Indiana, Putnam County, Land Office Records
Indiana, Putnam County, Land Office Records
Peter McIntosh, 80 acres, 20 Mar 1824 
 
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Indiana, Washington County, Land Patent
Indiana, Washington County, Land Patent
Lewis Huffstutter, Certificate 3230,Vol 26,p 222. 1833,  
 
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Iowa, Jefferson Co., Land Patent: George Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
Iowa, Jefferson Co., Land Patent: George Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
1 March 1846. Section 8 
 
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Iowa, Jefferson Co.: Land Patent: George Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
Iowa, Jefferson Co.: Land Patent: George Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
1 Jan 1847. Section 8 
 
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Iowa, Jefferson Co., Land Patent: George Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
Iowa, Jefferson Co., Land Patent: George Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
1 Jan 1847. Section 8 
 
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Iowa, Jefferson Co., Land Patent: George Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
Iowa, Jefferson Co., Land Patent: George Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
1 Jan 1847. Section 17 
 
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Iowa, Jefferson Co., Land Patent: George Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
Iowa, Jefferson Co., Land Patent: George Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
1 Jan 1847. Section 17 
 
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Iowa, Jefferson Co., Land Patent: George Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
Iowa, Jefferson Co., Land Patent: George Huffstutter, son of George Huffstutter, SR and Catherine Sears
10 Apr 1849. Section 18. George Huffstutter assigns to John Ornduff 
 
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Ohio, Trumbull County, Landownership Map, 1874
Ohio, Trumbull County, Landownership Map, 1874
 
 
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Ohio, Wayne County, Township Map
Ohio, Wayne County, Township Map
Showing location of Milton Twp. and town of Rittman where Mathew Hoffstatter lived. [Wayne Co. was formed from Columbiana and Stark Counties in 1808. Formed the same year Ohio became a state, Columbiana had been formed 1803 from Jefferson Co] 
 
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Ohio, Wayne County, Land Patent --signed by John Quincy Adams
Ohio, Wayne County, Land Patent --signed by John Quincy Adams
John Hoffstater, assignee of Mathew Hoffstater -- 160 acres, Wayne Co, purchased at the Land Office, Wooster, Ohio.
Ref: Credit Vol Patent Vol 63, p 381 Patent issued 6/27/1825. South East Quarter of Section Ten, in Township eighteen of Range Twelve, containing one hundred sixty acres. 
 
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Ohio, Wayne County, Land Patent of Thomas Hoffstatter, signed by Andrew Jackson
Ohio, Wayne County, Land Patent of Thomas Hoffstatter, signed by Andrew Jackson
80 acres, --"West half of the South East quarter Section one in Township three North of Range twelve in the District of Lands subject to sale at Bucyrus...." Signed by Andrew Jackson, President of the United States
Ref: OH 92, p 176; Patent issued 12/30/1835 
 
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Pennsylvania, Washington County: Landownership Survey Map Cross Creek Township
Pennsylvania, Washington County: Landownership Survey Map Cross Creek Township
Showing the large land holdings of the Wells family. The Wells' acquired large patents and sold them to family members. Ulrich's second wife Mary Baxter was related to the Wells family. Nearby on Raccoon Creek is the property of Uriah Wilson (SR) called "Richfield" where Wilson had settled by 1774. Ulrich purchased acreage in the Wells property… 
 
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Pennsylvania, Washington County: Landownership Survey Map of 'Nancy's Fancy'
Pennsylvania, Washington County: Landownership Survey Map of "Nancy's Fancy"
Detail survey map of Cross Creek Township, showing the tract of land called "Nancy's Fancy". Ulrich Huffstutter purchased a portion of this tract in 1794 and sold it in 1795.

 
 
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Indiana, Harrison County: Land Patent, 26 Jun 1817, Jacob Sears, signed by James Monroe
Indiana, Harrison County: Land Patent, 26 Jun 1817, Jacob Sears, signed by James Monroe
One Quarter Section located in the south east quarter of section Eleven in Township two south of the base line of range Four East of the second principal meridian. (Jacob Sears husband of Mary Huffstutter) 
 
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Minnesota, Goodhue County, Land Patent--signed by Abraham Lincoln
Minnesota, Goodhue County, Land Patent--signed by Abraham Lincoln
Thomas Hoffstatter, South east quarter of the South east quarter of Section Twenty- -- in Township One hundred and twelve, North of Range eighteen West in the district of lands subject to sale at Henderson, Minnesota containing Forty Acres. 
 
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Nebraska, Red Willow County, Newspaper, McCook Tribune (McCook, Nebraska) 26 June 1891 'List of Land Patents'
Nebraska, Red Willow County, Newspaper, McCook Tribune (McCook, Nebraska) 26 June 1891 "List of Land Patents"
John A. Huffstutter