Campbell County Land and Deeds
State of Tennessee
County of Campbell
Henry Queener
 
 

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Submitted by: Misty Smith

Pg. 85
No. 159

State of Tennessee
Campbell County
80 acres
Scale 100 poles to the Inch.
By virtue of an Entry No.246 dated 2nd Jan 1826, I have surveyed for Heny Queener 80 acres land in said county, on the waters of Cove Creek. Beginning on a black oak and spanish oak, North five black pointers neat some large rocks on the top of a ridge, running North thence North 70 Deg. East 83 poles to a pine and dogwood and post oak pointers neat a path leading from Hoshua Craven to William Lindsay's North 50 Deg. West 180 poles to a stake, South 70 Deg. West 80 poles to a stake, and thence a direct line to the beginning, as represented by the annexed plat.
Surveyed 22nd July 1825.
Rich'd D> Wheeler, S.C.C
By his deputy

Jacob Queener
Danl. Queener S.C.C

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