Deed: Abraham Nelson
Catherine Campbell
James D. Campbell to John Phillips

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State of Tennessee
County of Campbell

Deed Book: L
Page(s): 155-156
Date: January 6, 1851
Submitted by: Suzanne M Pratt
Grantor(s): Abraham Nelson Catherine Campbell James D. Campbell
Grantee(s): John Phillips
Neighbors: Salters Loys Hancock Salters Tevis Henderson Shulbreds

We James D. CAMPBELL Catherine CAMPBELL formerly Catharine NELSON and Abraham NELSON heirs at law of Pulasky NELSON deceased have this day Bargained and sold and do hereby transfer and Convey to John PHILLIPS and his heirs for ever for the consideration of two hundred dollars to us in hand paid our undivided interest in a tract of land in the State of Tennessee Campbell County Containing one hundred acres more or less and Bounded as follows Begining on the south on a Branch Known By the name of Bakers Branch on SALTERS line Runing South East on Said line to a hickory in Said line John LOYS corner thence with a Conditional line Made By Martin HANCOCK and John LOY across said lot Said lot (repeated) to a white oak on the dividing line Between SALTER and TEVIS thence with Said line to HENDERSON and Companys South line thence with Said line to the dividing line Between ALVIS and SALTER on Clinch River thence down the enadering of Clinch River to SHULBREDS Corner thence Runing with Said line north west to Powells River thence up the Meanders of Said River to the Mouth of the Branch thence up the Branch to the Begining to have and to hold Said undivided interest it Being the one half of Said tract as above discribed to the Said John PHILLIPS his heirs and assigns for ever we do Covenant with the Said John PHILLIPS that we are lawfully Seized of Said land have a good Right to Convey it and that the same is unincumbered we do further Covenant and Bind ourselves our heirs and Representatives to warrant and forever defend the title tot he one half of the above discribed land and Eary (sic) part thereof to the Said John PHILLIPS his heirs and assigns against the lawful Claims of all persons whatever this first part of January 1851

Jesse B. STAMPER Abraham NELSON (Seal)
John RYAN James D. CAMPBELL (Seal)
Catharine CAMPBELL (Seal) State of Tennessee } Campbell County }

Personally appeared Before Me William CARY Clerk of Campbell County Court Abraham NELSON James D. CAMPBELL and Catharine A. CAMPBELL the foregoing named Bargainors with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that they Executed the foregoing deed for the purposes therein Contained and Catharine A. CAMPBELL the feme Covert haveing also personally appeared Before Me privately and a part from her husband the said James D. CAMPBELL Acknowledged the Execution of Said deed to have Been done By her freely voluntaryly and understandingly with out Compulsion or Restraint from her Said husband and for the purposes therein Expressed

Witness ("my hand at office" marked out) William CARY Clerk of Said Covert at office this second day of January 1851

William CARY Clk

Registered January the 6th 1851 at ten O Clock in the forenoon

John GRIMES Reg. C. Cty



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