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McGllivray Plantation Treasure 8 years 8 months ago #4306

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There is a treasure legend in Alabama that before an Indian attack in the later 1800’s. The residences of the McGillivray plantation buried their gold coins and silverware. The plantation was destroyed in the attack. Located in Elmore County four miles north of Wetumpka near county 47.

It would be interesting to see if traces of the plantation still exists?

A nice possible place to swing a detector?

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Re: McGllivray Plantation Treasure 8 years 8 months ago #4307

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I find these postings very interesting... where do you find these legends/stories?
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Re: McGllivray Plantation Treasure 8 years 8 months ago #4308

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Hello 1bootyseeker

I collect treasure legends from all over the world from Archives, books, magazines, old journals and old newspapers..etc....

Some are no doubt only a legend others perhaps have a little more substance to them.

Enough at least to make us dream a little.

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Re: McGllivray Plantation Treasure 8 years 8 months ago #4311

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Very true Kanacki... we all follow the dream to some extent and its nice to read/hear about these stories and wonder what if.....? :)
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