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[Hood County Payment Receipt for Milton Parks]

Description: Hood County Payment Receipt for Milton Parks for the amount of ninety-three dollars and fifty nine cents. The document required Parks to pay one-hundred and eighty-two dollars by November 1, 1886. The document is dated July 13, 1886.
Date: July 13, 1886
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Hood County Tax Receipt for Milton Parks]

Description: Hood County Tax Receipt for Milton Parks for the year 1884 in the amount of fourteen dollars and sixty cents. The orginal grantee was R.W. Boyce and the document was signed by B.W. Morris.
Date: January 14, 1885
Creator: Morris, B.W.
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Hood County Tax Receipt for Milton Parks, December 7 1889]

Description: Hood County Tax Receipt for Milton Parks in the amount of fifteen dollars and sixty-six cents for the year 1889. R.W. Boyce (240 acres) and Isaac Morris (91 acres) were the original grantees. This document is signed by collector B.W. Morris.
Date: December 7, 1889
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Tax receipt for Milton Parks for the year 1882, July 6 1883]

Description: Hood County Tax Receipt for Milton Parks for the year 1882 in the amount of six dollars and forty cents. The original grantee was R.W. Boyce. The document is signed by the collector H.A. McDowell.
Date: July 6, 1883
Creator: McDowell, H.A.
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Tax receipt for Milton Parks, March 5 1881]

Description: Tax receipt for Milton Parks. The receipt is for the year of 1880 in the amount of eight dollars and twenty-seven cents.
Date: March 5, 1881
Creator: Morris, J.R.
Partner: Log Cabin Village

[Written land agreement between H. Howard, A.J. Rigsby and J.M. Northworth, October 11 1888]

Description: This document is an agreement by Hartsford Howard, party of the first part, and A.J. Rigsby and J.M. Northworth, parties of the second part, on a portion of land. The land was part of the Washington-Howard Survey in Hood County. The agreement was for the cultivation of cotton, corn, wheat, oats and millet. The document was witnessed by J.C. Donathan.
Date: October 11, 1888
Creator: Donathon F.C.
Partner: Log Cabin Village