Daniel Sturges letter, 1803.

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Sturges, Daniel, 1765-1823. Daniel Sturges letter, 1803.

Daniel Sturges letter, 1803.

This collection consists of a letter from Daniel Sturges to Gov. John Milledge, 1803. The letter presents the map prepared as required by a resolution of the Legislature, as well as a census of the Indian Cession (neither document is included). In the letter, Sturges states that he preparing a plan of the Indian Cession.

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Milledge, John, 1757-1818

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John Milledge, II (1757-1818) was born in Savannah, Georgia, the only son of John Milledge (1721-1781) and Ann (Smith) Milledge. A prominent lawyer, Milledge sided with the patriots and fought in the Revolutionary War, served as Attorney-General of Georgia in 1780, as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives (1782-1790), as a member of the United States Congress (1792-1801), as Governor of Georgia (1802- 1806), and as a United States Senator (1806-1809). In 1801, Milledge purchased a 633...

Sturges, Daniel, -1823

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Surveyor general and state legislator of Georgia. From the description of Daniel Sturges correspondence, 1799 April 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980550 Daniel Sturges (1765-1823) was born in 1765 in Norborne Parish, Virginia, to Reverend Daniel and Eleanor Sturges. In approximately 1789, the family moved from Virginia to South Carolina; the next year they moved again, this time to Georgia. Sturges was elected the Surveyor-General of Georgia on January 26, 1797, a posi...

Sturges, Daniel, -1823

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Surveyor general and state legislator of Georgia. From the description of Daniel Sturges correspondence, 1799 April 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980550 Daniel Sturges (1765-1823) was born in 1765 in Norborne Parish, Virginia, to Reverend Daniel and Eleanor Sturges. In approximately 1789, the family moved from Virginia to South Carolina; the next year they moved again, this time to Georgia. Sturges was elected the Surveyor-General of Georgia on January 26, 1797, a posi...