Said tract of fifty acres more or less is described by a deed from Samuel L. Walker to Elizabeth Capshaw dated 5th Sept 1850 & by entry No2316 dated 2nd Jan 1831 and by Deed from H.L.W. Capshaw to said E.A.Green dated 29 Dec 1869 by Agreement of parties in lien of which this Deed is made to have and to hold said land to the said E.A.Green his heirs representatives etc forever. We covenant with said E.A.Green that we have a good right to convey said land and that it is unemcumbered and we bind ourselves our heirs and representatives to warrant and defend the title to said land to said E.A.Green his heirs or assigns against the lawful claims of all other persons forever.
In witness to whereof we hereto sign our names this December 29 1871
H.L.W.Capshaw, Elizabeth Capshaw, Lucinda Capshaw
Witnesses G.A.Bing, J.H.Cantrell
Personally appeared before me P.G.Magness Jr. Clerk of the County Court of said county, the within named
bargainers with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that they executed the within instrument for
the purposes therein contained and Lucinda Capshaw wife of the said H.L.W.Capshaw having appeared
before me privately and apart from her husband the said Lucinda Capshaw acknowledged without compulsion
or constraint from her said husband and for the purposes therein expressed witness P.G.Magness Jr. Clerk
of said Court at office in Smithville this 20th day of February 1872.
P.G.Magness Jr, Clerk, by B.M. Cantrell, Deputy Clerk
Received in my office for registration the foregoing Deed of Conveyance from H.L.W.Capshaw and others
to E.A.Green with the Clerk Certificate thereon was duly Noted in the Notebook G Page 354 at 4 O'clock PM
Feby 3 th 1881 and recorded in the book O pages 147 -148 and 149 witness my hand at office in Smithville Feby the
John Harrison Register for DeKalb County Tenn.
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