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Volume IBooks I thru IVWhy do we have South Carolina Title 62 Probate Code 62-3-901?When will this Law be Obeyed? 1. William Mc Queen died June 23, 1972 2. The deeds prove that this is his land 3. Effie. LueEtter and ReGenia Mc Queen are the Heirs When these three things are proven, the heirs take Title.Patriot's Point = the Government, this mean that her father William Mc Queen owned this land, but this hand full of people, denied the heirs of William Mc Queen, from claiming this land. This land is part of a ROYAL LAND GRANT given to John Mc Queen in the 1700's. So how did people other than the heirs get this land? King George gave this land to John Mc Queen. And this land is to be passed from heir to heir.There was a "Cloud on the Title, for lot 40 block "A, St. James, Goose Creek." There was alleged to have been a division for this land, but this hand full of people divided this land among themselves. Are they the heirs entitled to inherit WILLIAM MC QUEEN's estate or should the government get caught stealing it? This is Gulf Oil Corp., Exxon Mobil, etc. This is the land that was filed in the 1990 "Income Taxes." But Joseph Mc Queen died in 1918.The Litigation of William Mc Queen's estate, took place in 1975, three years after the death of William Mc Queen, but the heirs didn't receive their properties. It is being used by others. The documents within these 4 volumes prove, who the real William Mc Queen is and how the properties were pass from the Carolina Charters of 1663 and1665, to John Mc Queen of 1703, Alexander Mc Queen in 1791 plat # 2232 then Joseph Mc Queen who as of 1918 was the last heir then to William Mc Queen, Joseph's son and her father was Joseph's last heir. She is one of his three legal born Mc Queen daughters. Where is their properties? This property passes from heir to heir. Is the State of South Carolina, or the City of Charleston heirs? She thinks not.Deeds F70 page 214, U68 page 579, H67 page 37, H80 page 355, etc. has the

Regenia McQueen's Documents, You Stole Twice What You Owe Me, But Not My Soul: Name, Land, Oil, Government and History Theft of William McQueen in South Carolina Volume I by Regenia McQueen-Teasley

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Regenia McQueen-Teasley
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