Benick/Beanick Family Papers - Accession 1601 - M784 (841)
Accession 1601 - M784 (841)
1794, 1795, 1818, 1820
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Scope and Content Note
The Benick/Beanick Family Papers consist of two land deeds and two surveys from Lincoln County, North Carolina to members of the Benick/Beanick family. The first deed affords land to Philip Benick on August 22, 1795 and includes a survey, which is glued to the deed, for Philip Benick’s property at the Indian Creek (150 acres) conducted on December 3, 1794 by David Ramsey. on the area done . The second deed affords land along Indian Creek in Lincoln County, NC to Feely Beanick and was entered on October 20, 1818 and registered on November 30, 1820. The second deed also has a survey of the property glued to it dated February 15, 1820 conducted by Samuel Wilson.
The Benick/Beanick Family Papers were given to the Archives by William F. Childers.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Benick/Beanick Family Papers - Accession 1601 - M784 (841)". Finding Aid 899.
LC Subject Headings
Benick family; Beanick family; Deeds--North Carolina--Lincoln County; Land titles--North Carolina--Lincoln County; Lincoln County (N.C.)--Surveys