Chattahoochee Land District Plats

Land Districts - Chattahoochee County

Plat Maps | Pre Ft Benning | After Ft. Benning

Notes: The map has no date. It evidently pre-dates the establishment of Ft. Benning. Each full land lot contains approximately 202 1/2 acres. Land district numbers are in circles at the center of each land district (or portion of land district), the divisions of which are indicated by slightly bolder lines.

The land districts and numbering of lots continues into neighboring counties. This is because these lots and districts remain as they were drawn when the original counties of Muscogee and Lee were laid out in 1826, after the cession of Creek (Native American) lands. The line between these two original counties ran east to west just south of Cusseta. This is illustrated in a map at the following address, posted on the Lee County website:

Since Chattahoochee County was created from both Original Muscogee and Original Lee (not to be confused with the current Muscogee and Lee Counties), researchers should always search in those counties which originally made up Lee County.

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North East Section- Land Districts 10, 6 5

North West Section- Land District 6

South East Section- Land District 6 & 5 (Original Muscogee)+ 33 & 32 (Original Lee)

  Many thanks to Mr. John Mallory Land who scanned these maps for our use!

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