Workman- Wyatt Deed
In this instrument for the purpose therein contained my hand
at office this 19th day of Nov. 1884 (signed) R.A Moseley Clerk
Deed Book 20 Page 623
31 Oct. 1874
Deed for the cemetery at Southside, Tenn.
Controlled by the Trustees of the Southside United Methodist Church
Received 1 45/60 o'clock PM Nov.19 1884
Registered Nov.20 1884.
James Wyatt and R. W Workman To Deed:
Trustees for M.E. Church South: J. M. Dickson,
James Wyatt, J.L.Phipps, W.C. Harris, A.J. Phillips, R.W.Workman, J.T. Batson, J. Smith, R.L.
Mr James Wyatt and R. W. Workman for and in consideration of the love we have for
the dead have this day given and do hereby transfer and convey to J.M. Dickson, James
Wyatt, J.L. Phipps, W. C. Harris, Josha Smith, R.W. Workman, John T. Batson, Joshua
Smith, and R.L. Batson Trustees for the M.E. Church South at Southside, Tenn. and
their successors, The following piece or parcel of land to be used as a burying ground or
graveyard. Lying and being in the State of Tenn, county of Montgomery, civil district
16. Bounded as follows. Beginning is Black Oak with 4 1/2 poles South 5 degrees that
of James Wyatt and R.W. Workman's cornering J. M. Dickson west boundary line.
Thense 18 poles to a lime stone rock and North 9 poles to a lime stone rock. Thence
east 18 poles to a lime stone rock and pointers. Thence south 5 degrees west 9 poles to
the beginning corner by estimation one acre be the same more or less to have and to
hold. The same unto said Trustees their successors forever for the purpose afore said.
We covenant with and find ourselves our heirs and our representatives to warrant and
forever defend the title of said land to said Trustees and their successors aforesaid
against the lawfiil classes of all persons whomsoever witness our hands this Sept 18,
___ (signed) R.W. Workman
___ (signed) James Wyatt
As to R.W. Workman
State of Tennessee Montgomery County
Personally appeared before me R. D. Moseley clerk of this County Court of said
County, James Wyatt & R.W. Workman the afore named bargainers with whom I
am personally acquainted and who acknowledges that they for the purpose wherein
contained, witness my hand at office this 15th day ofApril 1884.
R.D. Moseley Clerk
Submitted by Allan Workman
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