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    Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee Land Grant Signed as governor of Virginia. One partially-printed vellum page, 15" x 12.25", Richmond, November 29, 1793, granting to "Michael Alt . . . a certain Tract or Parcel of Land, containing fifty acres by Survey . . . in Hardy County." "Light Horse Harry" Lee (1756-1818) served as a cavalry officer in the Continental Army, and would later hold office as governor of Virginia (1791-1794) and serve as a U.S. Congressman. Most notably, he is also the father of legendary Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Lee's signature is bold, but beginning to fade slightly. Deep folds with spots of foxing. There are several small spots of staining.

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    April, 2015
    9th Thursday
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