City Directories and History: This map is listed as the Early Surveys and Land Grants along Fishing Creek and Stoney Ford. It was produced to assist local researcher Millard Stafford with his Steele family. The map provides a searchable index of the names provided on this particular map. Search further under the enlargeable PDF, this page. Other Mayhugh maps may offer similar information but under a different title.
|Foreman or Fourman|
|John McKnit Alexander|
|John Seller or Sadler|
|Joseph Steel or Steele|
|Thomas Rany or Rainey|
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