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Title Survey of Don James Cashen's 230 acres on Amelia Island (copy of translation)
Object Name Deed
Scope & Content Translation
In virtue of the commission which has been conferred upon me by Senor Don Enrique White political & military Governor of this Province on the 7th of October 1803.

I certify that I have measured and laid off for Don James Cashen, a piece of land which contains two hundred acres of land situated on Amelia Island bounded in the North and East with lands of Mr. Gordine on the West and South with vacant lands, the figure and descriptions are those which the foregoing plat designates and for the proof of it, I sign this in Amelia Island 30th November 1807. John Purcell)
(Here follows the Plat)
Don Jorge Clarke, Lieutenant of the Militia of St. Augustine Florida, and surveyor general appointed by the Government of the said City and province.
I certify that at the request of Don James Cashen I have examined the foregoing plat and from that it contains Two hundred and fifty acres of land not two hundred as is expressed by mistake above and in proof thereof I sign these presents in Fernandina the 2nd Feburary 1816--Jorge I. F. Clarke.
I certify the foregoing to be a true and correct translation from a document in the Spanish language.

Thos. Murphy
Addl. Clk. B. L. C.

(in different handwriting)
Surveyor Generals Office, St. Augustine Fla.
31st August 1858. I certify the above to be a true and correct copy from the translation ??the public archives in this office. F. L. Clance, Surveyor General.

On back:
copy of cert. of Survey
Don James Cashen
250 acres
in Amelia Island
(on attached paper:
Susan Cashen Tract
250 acres
Grant 7 oct 1805
Survey 30 Nov. 1807)

Catalog Number 1995.024.010
Collection AIMH
Accession number 1995.024
Caption Survey report
Number of images 2
People Fernandez, Domingo
White, Enrique
Cashen, James
Murphy, Thos.
Clancy, F. L.
Purcell, John
Clarke, Jorge
Search Terms Cashen Grant
East Florida
Subjects Land
Classification Land transfer