State of Tennessee
County of Campbell
DEED

 

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Deed Book: 1806-1810
Page(s): 3
Date: January 1806
Submitted by: Misty Smith
Grantor(s): Henry Carlock
Grantee(s): Thomas Campbell
Witness(es): John Vanderpool, Rich'd Linville
Neighbors:

This indenture this last day on January in the year of Eighteen Hundred & Six, between Thomas Campbell of the one part & Henry Carlock of the other part, both of the County of Anderson and State of Tennessee. Witnessseth: that the said Henry Carlock, for and in consideration of the sum of Five Hundred Dollars, to him in hand paid by the said Thomas Campbell, the receipt whereof is hereby given and acknowledged, hath by these presents, doth give, grant, bargain, sell, allien etc. and confirm unto the said Tomas Campbell, his heirs and assigns forever, a certain tract of land containing fifty acres, be the same more or less, lying and being in Powells Valley, Eastern District, joining the North East line of Henderson's big survey, it being a part of an original pattern granted to Francis Maybury, marked an known by the letter P. Beginning in Hendersons line on the West bank of Indian Creek and running East, crossing the same to the top of the bank, to a stake! .. Thence North to the stake below the mill, thence East 12 poles to a ash sapling marked, thence North to a poplar & hickory trees, marked as division between Richard Linville & said Carlock, and so on to the top mountin, thence West to Campbell line, and with the same to the beginning. Containing fifty acres of land, more of less with all and singular, etc etc etc---- (4)To Have and to Hold the said fifty acres of land, with etc etc In Witness whereof the said Henry Campbell hath hereunto set his hand, affised his seal, the day year above written.

Henry Carlock

Test: Rich'd. Linville
John Vanderpool

State of Tennessee
Campbell County                                                                                               
Tuesday Dec. 2, 1806

The within Deed for fifty acres of land from Henry Carlock to Thomas Campbell was proven in open court by Rich'd. Linville & John Vanderpool and ordered to be registered.

State of Tennessee
June 3, 1807
Campbell County
A True Copy Test
Jas. Grant, C.C.C.
Danl. White, R.C.C

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