Land for Missionary Baptist Church at Southside, Tn.
R.W. Workman To Deed: Baptist
Church Southside, Tenn.
For the love and affection that I have for the cause of Christianity
and the advancement of the cause of Christ. I do hereby give and transfer
to the Rev. C. A. Barnes and F. T. Fox Trustees for The First Missionary
Baptist Church of Southside, Tenn. A lot of ground at Southside on which
to build a Church for the benefit of the said Missionary Baptist Church
(To be used for Church purposes and none other.) And bounded as
followers: Beginning in a post oak S W corner of School Property, sums
S. 88 degrees E. 16 poles to a stone then S. 2 degrees W. 8 poles and 15
links to another stone, then North 88 degrees W 17 P & 9 links to Grants
line, thence North W 8 P 12 « links to the beginning. To have and to hold
this same to said Barnes and Fox and their successors in office for the
purposes above mentioned forever. I covenant with the said Barnes and
Fox Trustees, that I am lawfully signed of said land and have a good right to
convey it and that it is unincumbered.
Nov. 11 1893 (Signed) R. W. Workman
Witness W. J. Lyle
State of Tennessee: Montgomery County.
Personally Appearing before me: C. B. Ewing Deputy Clerk, clerk of the
County Court of said County. R.W. Workman, the within named
bargainers with whom I am personality acquainted and who acknowledged
that he executed the within instrument for the purposes therein contained .
Witness my hand at office this 24 th. Day of March 1894
(Signed) C. B. Ewing Deputy Clerk
Received at 12:16 o'clock March 24, 1894
Registered March 26, 1894
(Signed) J. M. Rodgers
Montgomery County Deeds, Book 28, page 12
Submitted by Allan Workman
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