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Deed Book A - Extracts©
Harlan County Court records - Pages 1 - 100

for background information, please see the
Preface

GRANTOR = seller
GRANTEE = buyer
a pole = 16 1/2 feet

page 2
John DIXON to James DIXON 27 March 1820 for $400 333 1/3 acres on both sides of Poor Fork

page 2/3
Jeremiah MUNCY of Lee Co VA to John HORD 7 April 1820 for $500 64 acres north side of the main Cumberland River below the forks

page 3
George BRITTAIN to John JONES 24 April 1820 for $300 533 1/3 acres entered in the name of Isaac WINSTON being where the said JONES now lives, all that part of the survey northwest of the conditional line

page 3/4
John HOWARD* Sr & Sussanah his wife and Samuel HOWARD* Sr & Cloey his wife to The Harlan County Court 24 April 1820 for $5 12 acres & 34 poles on the north side of the Cumberland River ... they stipulate that a road shall run through their lands, north and South, one chain west from the brink of the Indian mount ... free access of the citizens of the Town of Mount Pleasant to the water *heading of the deed uses HOWARD, body of the deed uses HORD

page 4/5
George BRITTAIN to Gabriel JONES 24 April 1820 for $300 533 1/3 acres, part of a 1600 acre survey in the name of Isaac WINSTON, north east bank of Martins Fork opposite the mouth of Catrons Creek (this is part of the same survey mentioned in the deed to John JONES pg 3)

page 6
Robert GEORGE of Knox County KY to Hugh WHITE of Clay County KY 1 May 1820 for $2 Land on Yellow Creek formerly Knox County now Harlan, land is adjacent to William WHITE's upper field (also recorded in Knox County)

page 6/7
Isaac BURNS Sr to James BURNS 8 September 1820, for $200 371 acres on Straight Creek Witnesses: Thos McGEORGE, James McGEORGE, John HOSKINS, James JONES & Isaac BURNS Jr

page 7
Joseph BENGEY & Elizabeth BENGEY, Power of Attorney to Benjamin HALL Sr of Giles Co VA 26 June 1820 To convey all our right & title & interest as heirs of Benjamin ROLLINS deceased heir at law of Anthony ROLLINS deceased ... land on Manley Creek, a branch of Falling River, Campbell Co VA

page 7/8
Will of William WHITEHEAD (not dated) He leaves everything to his wife Delilah during her life or widowhood ... mentions for benefit of all their children but does not refer to them by name nor state how many

page 8
John HARRIS to Benjamin HARRIS 25 September 1820 for $500 Part of the John GASS patent dated 25 January 1806 on Clover Fork Witnesses: James FARMER, Samuel HOWARD

page 9
William HUDSON of Knox County to William SPURLOCK 11 October 1820, for $90 150 acres on Martins Fork, certified in Knox County

page 9/10
William HUDSON of Knox County
to George SPURLOCK 11 October 1820 for $20 50 acres on Martins Fork, certified in Knox County

page 10/11
Elias LEDFORD & Elizabeth his wife to Samuel HORD Jr 14 September 1820 for $300 50 acre survey dated 7 Aug 1818 on Cumberland River to include his plantation (signature reads Aley LEDFORD)

page 11
William SPURLOCK to John SPURLOCK 3 March 1820 for $300 75 acres beg. at the HOSKINS ford (on the Cumberland River) Witnesses: Jesse COSSEE & William SPURLOCK

page 11/12
John SPURLOCK & Nancy his wife to Elisha GREEN 17 Nov 1820 for $300 75 acres on the Cumberland River at the HOSKINS ford (same land as pg 11)

page 12/13
George HOSKINS & Nancy his wife to John BINGHAM 30 June 1820 for $180 50 acres on Brownies Creek Witness: Robert GEORGE

page 13
John DAVIS of Harlan to Levi HOSKINS 15 Sep 1820 for $75 125 acres on Brownies Creek, part of MOSBY's survey Witnesses: Ezekiel HOSKINS & Elijah BINGHAM

page 13/14
John & Rachel DAVIS of Clay County to Elijah BINGHAM 27 July 1820 for $103 125 acres on Brownies Creek Witnesses: Thomas HOSKINS, Joshua BINGHAM and George HOSKINS

page 14/15
Elisha GREEN & Nancy his wife to Jesse COSSE 27 Nov 1820 for $200 Beginning at the north bank of the Cumberland River at the mouth of a branch known by the name of John FULKS old sugar camp ... field where COSSE now lives

page 15
Thomas HOSKINS of Knox County* [signed also by Anna HOSKINS] to William SPURLOCK of Knox County* 13 Jan 1819 for $300 75 acres at HOSKINS ford & Cumberland River Witnesses: Thomas HOSKINS Jr, William Davis SPURLOCK, Jesse COSSEE *Harlan County not yet formed when deed written

page 15/16
John LEWIS to Ephraim SERGENT 25 Dec 1820 for $60 35 acres on Poor Fork

page 16
John HOSKINS to Elisha GREEN 3 Jan 1820 for $27 50 acres on the Cumberland River

page 17
Wilson LEWIS Power of Attorney to John LEWIS 13 Jan 1821 To ask, demand, sue for & recover of Abner LEWIS administrator of the estate of Wilson LEWIS deceased late of Knox County ... all debts, legacies & sums of money & also such other property real & personal as are now due or coming to Wilson LEWIS

page 17/18
Joseph SEAGRAVES Power of Attorney to Jesse FARLER "in the year of our Lord 1820" appoints "my trusty friend Jesse FARLEY ... to collect a certain debt due unto me by James HAVENS in consequence of entering myself security for said HAVENS appearance at the Knox Circuit Court and said HAVENS failed to appear" Witnesses: John NOE, Randal NOE and David NOE

page 18
John BINGHAM to Jacob WOOLUM 21 January 1821 for $100 Land on left hand fork of Straight Creek Witnesses Robert GEORGE, Elijah GREEN, William TAYLOR, Elisha GREEN

page 18/19
Samuel HORD Power of Attorney to Moses BALL 25 Dec 1820 for $249-50 debt due or to become due to me for my part in building the public jail for the county of Harlan Witness: Hiram JONES

page 19
Jesse RICHARDSON to Moses BALL Jr Bill of sale dated 2 March 1821 in conformity to a previous bill of sale dated 18 March 1820 and the same not recorded ... for $500 sold to Moses BALL: 3 certain negroes, a woman named Dolly, a woman named Caty and a girl child rising 3 years old named Lucy; 1 roan horse; 1 bay horse; 11 head of cattle; 40 head of hogs; 15 head of sheep; 6 feather beds & furniture ... good sound property clear of all impediments Witnesses: George BRITTAIN and John NOE

page 19/20
Moses BALL to Eliza RICHARDSON 3 March 1821, for $500 Bill of sale for four head of horses: 1 bay about 16 hands high rising 6 years old with a star on his forehead; 1 bay about 15 hands high 5 years old; 1 roan about 7 years old & 14 hands high; and 1 sorrel mare rising 4 years old 14 hands 2 inches high; also 5 feather beds & furniture Witnesses: George BRITTAIN and John NOE

page 20
Samuel HORD Sr & Cloey his wife to John N HORD 27 Feb 1821 for $1000 134 acres on both sides of Clover Fork ... to junction of Martins Fork and Clover Fork

page 21
John N HORD to Samuel HORD 20 Jan 1821 for $1000 64 acres on the north side of the Cumberland River, patent in name of Joshua MUNCY Jr dated 1 Sep 1816, 212 miles from the mouth of Poor Fork

page 21/22
Samuel HORD Sr to Wilkerson HORD 27 Feb 1821 for $500 50 acres both sides of Martins Fork to junction of Martins Fork & Clover Fk

page 22/23
George BRITTAIN to William GREEN 25 Dec 1820 for $1 30 acres on the north side of the Cumberland River

page 23
George BRITTAIN to William GREEN 25 Dec 1820 for $1 75 acres on the north side of the Cumberland River

page 24
John BLANTON to Gabriel JONES 18 June 1821 for $200 50 acre survey dated 15 July 1819, south bank of Clover Fork

page 24/25
Samuel HORD Sr to John HORD, Andrew HORD, Adron HORD, Samuel HORD Jr, Wilkerson HORD, Dred HORD, Sarah NAPIER, Elizabeth NAPIER, all of Harlan County and to Mary HENSLEY wife of Henry and Nancy HENSLEY wife of Lewis of Buncombe County, North Carolina 27 Dec 1820 for $1 A 1/10th interest each in a 1/2 acre salt lick on the north east side of Martins Fork

page 25/26
Moses BALL of Lee County VA to James BALL of Knox County KY 23 April 1821 for $100 Land in Knox County 500 acres, the upper end of 1000 acres deeded from Tunstal QUARLES to said Moses, lying and being on Catrons Creek. (The Knox Co reference is apparently a confusion relating to prior to the formation of Harlan as Catrons Creek lies entirely in Harlan County)

page 26
Thomas HOSKINS to John HENDRIXSON 31 March 1821 for $1 50 acres beginning at Thomas HOSKINS ford on the Cumberland River, John FULKS old sugar camp branch

page 27
Mathias KELLY to John PENNINGTON 19 Sep 1821 for $250 25 1/2 acres on Poor Fork

page 27/28
Martin BEATY of Wain County KY to David HOGAN 28 June 1821 for $700 200 acres in Harlan County

page 28/29
Martin BEATY, acting and surviving partner of HENDERSON & BEATY of Waine County and Edward RILEY of Claiborne Co TN to Henry RAINES 28 June 1821 for $227.25 Land on Lick Fork of Yellow Creek (deed headed incorrectly as: Martin BEATY to Edward RILEY - the abstract is taken from the body of the deed.)

page 29
Samuel MARK to George OSBORN 27 August 1821 for $30 Land on the Cumberland River

page 29/30
Elijah GREEN to Lewis GREEN 22 July 1821 for $200 28 acres on the south bank of the Cumberland River

page 30/31
John BINGHAM & Elizabeth/Betsy, his wife to Levi HOSKINS 20 Oct 1821 for $200 50 acres at the mouth of Brownies Creek, part of a survey in the name of Edward WEST Witnesses:Elisha GREEN & William TAYLOR

page 31
James NAPIER to Samuel HORD 18 Feb 1822 for $100 25 acres on the Cumberland River

page 31/32
Patrick NAPIER of Lee Co VA to William NAPIER 30 Jan 1822 for $100 60 acres on the Poor Fork of the Cumberland, beginning at the ford of the river where William FLETCHER now lives on the north side of the river; Witness: John NOE

page 32
William NAPIER to Samuel POWELL 18 Feb 1822 for $100 Land on the Poor Fork of the Cumberland beginning at the ford where said POWELL now lives on the north side (appears to be same land as Pg 31/32)

page 32/33
Elizabeth DAVIS & Preston DAVIS (body of deed adds James SIMMS of Madison County, Missouri Territory, attorney in fact) to David HOGAN 10 March 1821 for $1200 2000 acres patented to Richard DAVIS deceased and Inured to them by the last will & testament of the decedent. Land is on Yellow Creek and includes the Plantation where Richard DAVIS formerly lived Witnesses: Andrew CRAIG, George W CRAIG, Henry RAINS and John RAINS.

page 33/34
George SPURLOCK to William SPURLOCK Jr 2 Dec 1821 for $100 Land on the south bank of Martins Fork

page 34/35
Levi HOSKINS & Sally his wife to George HOSKINS 18 May 1822 for $200 50 acres of the Edward WEST patent at the mouth of Brownies Creek witnesses: Elisha GREEN and William TAYLOR

page 35/36
Andrew CRAIG & Sophiah his wife to Robert GEORGE 1 Feb 1822 for $2500 200 acres on Yellow Creek, the MIERS patent, entered & surveyed to Jacob MIERS and patented to Mikiel MIERS 7 Nov 1794

page 36/37
John GASS of Green Co TN to Elias LEDFORD 29 May 1822 for $400 160 acres on Cranks Creek, excludes part covered by a prior claim on grant of John LATHAM now possessed by George BURKHART

page 37
John GASS of Green Co TN to George BRITTAIN 1 June 1822 for $200 156 acres on Martins Fork

page 37/38
John GASS of Green Co TN to George BRITTAIN 1 June 1822 for $100 196 acres on Martins Fork, GASS patent dated 25 Jan 1806

page 38
Elisha GREEN to Gabriel FULKS 20 May 1822 for $100 Land on north side of the Cumberland River opposite the mounth of Brownies Crk

page 39
Jesse BROCK Sr to Amon BROCK 5 Feb 1822 for $100 30 acres on the north side of the Cumberland opposite the mouth of Wallins Crk

page 39/40
William ELY of Lee Co VA to Anthony ELY 29 July 1822 for $1 50 acres on Martins Fork

page 40
Anthony ELY to William SPURLOCK 29 July 1822 for $100 50 acres on Martins Fork (same land as pg 39/40)

page 40/41
Elisha GREEN to Thomas TAYLOR 2 March 1822 for $37.50 50 acre survey dated 21 April 1819 formerly Knox County, land is on Pucketts Creek and includes an improvement of Philip DANIEL

page 41/42
George BRITTAIN & Nancy his wife to David CHADWELL Sr of Clabourn Co TN 19 Nov 1822 for $141.25 Land in Claiborne Co TN on Powells River & Russells --A Creek, part of lands divided between the heirs of Benjamin POSEY deceased.

page 42/43
Joseph SEAGRAVES to John BAILEY of Hawkins Co TN 14 Nov 1822 For and in consideration of his part of the estate of the said SEAGRAVES, 25 acres on Clover Fork

page 43
Harlan County Court to George CHAPPELL of Clay Co KY 1821 for $28 Town lot #17 in the Town of Mount Pleasant

page 43/44
Ephraim SERGENT to John LEWIS 15 July 1822 for $60 35 acres on Poor Fork

page 44/45
George BRITTAIN to John GRIFFITTS 18 Dec 1822 for $50 Land on Poor Fork

page 45
George BRITTAIN to Edward NAPIER 15 Dec 1822 for $140 Land on Poor Fork at Laurel Mountain

page 45/46
Samuel HOWARD Sr to Dredd HOWARD 26 July 1822 for $100 25 acres in Harlan County

page 46/47
Philip SLUSHER & his wife Judith to John HOWARD 24 Dec 1822 for $160 200 acres on Pucketts Creek Witnesses: William TAYLOR J.P. and Elisha GREEN J.P.

page 47/48
Richard WILSON to William GREEN 10 Feb 1823 for $1 50 acres in Harlan County

page 48
Thomas HOSKINS to John DAVIS 26 Sep 1822 for $50 50 acres on the Cumberland River at Thomas HOSKINS ford and John FULTS old sugar camp branch

page 48/49
Achilles SNEED by Joseph EVE his attorney to Elisha GREEN 15 Oct 1822 for $30 35 acres on the left hand fork of Straight Creek

page 49
Carr BRITTAIN Power of Attorney to James FARMER 9 May 1823 To transfer and assign all or any part of an interest I hold in the donation lands allowed by law to Harlan County for the benefit of a seminary &c Witness: John NOE D.C.

page 50
M G CLARK of Washington Co, Indiana to George BRITTAIN 19 Nov 1822 for $550 Two tracts: one on the Middle or Clover Fork of the Cumberland and one on the North Fork (Poor Fork) of the Cumberland; the whole 3400 acres

page 51
Samuel HORD Jr to Samuel MARK 19 May 1823 for $62 Mount Pleasant town lot #22,1/4 acre being the lot reserved to Samuel HORD Sr, the former proprietor of the public ground in said town

page 51
County Court of Harlan County to Samuel MARK 19 May 1823 for $80 3 town lots, #23, #28 & #32, they being the lots sold to Bailess SHUMATE Witnesses: Golvin BAILEY, Carr BRITTAIN & William JENKINS

page 52
Solomon BURKHART & Polly his wife to George COLDIRON 14 April 1823 for $150 75 acres on Cranks Creek

page 52/53
John GASS of Green Co TN to Henry BRANSON & Hezekiah BRANSON 24 May 1822 for $100 in trade 200 acres on CloverLick Creek, includes plantations each now live on except land GASS deeded James HAGGARD

page 53/54
Gabriel FULTZ & Leah his wife to Levi HOSKINS 26 Apr 1823 for $100 40 acres on the north side of the Cumberland opposite the mouth of Brownies Creek Dower release witnessed by Elijah GREEN J.P. and William TAYLOR J.P.

page 54
County Court of Harlan County to Hezekiah HALL 19 May 1823 for $16 Lot #15 in the town (boundaries mentioned: the town line and a stake on the south edge of Clover Fork Street) signed: Golvin BAILEY, William JENKINS and Carr BRITTAIN

page 54/55
Luke NOE Mortgage to Bailess SHUMATE 28 April 1828 (this reads 1828 but it is believed it should read 1823) for $50 On the crop which Luke NOE is about to make on the farm of Moses BALL, to be paid on or before the 29th of October next Witnesses: A. CRUMP & Joseph WHITEHEAD

page 55
Abner LEWIS & Samuel MARK Power of Attorney to John N HORD 1 Oct 1823 for signing their names to a recognizance or bond for bailing Andrew BAKER & Joseph LEVICY out of Clay County jail

page 55/56
Samuel EWING, surviving executor of the last will & testament of William HUSTON deceased of Lee Co VA* to Moses BALL of the said county* 27 May 1823 for $125 A 150 acre survey dated 3 Oct 1816 on both sides of Martins Fork including an improvement of William HUSTON's (recorded at Lee Co VA also) *it is not clear from the deed who of the three men named are from Lee Co VA, EWING &/or HUSTON may be and so might BALL

page 56/57
John ANDERSON & Sarah his wife, of Campbell Co TN to Thomas HOBBS Deed is dated 14 1820, presented to and recorded by the clerk 3 March 1824, for $200 67 acres patented to John ANDERSON 24 Oct 1819 on Clear Fork of Yellow Creek including where the said Thomas now lives

page 57/58
Edward BEATY & wife Nancy of Lee Co VA to George HOSKINS 17 Aug 1821 for $300 Land on Brownies Creek Witnesses: Milton EVE, Rheuben MOSS, William BEATY, William HEISKILL, James BRITTAIN, David HOGAN and John RAINES (deed recorded clerk 19 Sep 1823, dower release recorded 4 March 1824)

page 58/59
Lewis GREEN & Esther his wife to Elijah GREEN 22 July 1821 for $600 72 acres on the Cumberland River Witnesses: Elisha GREEN, William GREEN and William LEWIS (deed was presented to the clerk 10 Aug 1823 and recorded 4 March 1824)

page 59/60
James MIRICLE & his wife Orpha to Benjamin HARRIS, Frederick MIRICLE, John BAUGHMAN, Samuel MARK and John MARK, trustees, 27 Sep 1823 for $1 4 acres on Brownies Creek for the Methodist Episcopal Church for a house of worship

page 60/61
John HARRISON to Henry SMITH 15 Jan 1824 for $200 40 acres on Poor Fork of the Cumberland; a boundary with Alexander DIXON Witnesses: Hezekiah BRANSON & John CREECH

page 61
Daniel MILLER to George POFF 3 Sep 1823 for $250 50 acres on Cannon Creek a branch of Yellow creek, including a mill of the said MILLER's on Cannon Creek

page 62
Hezekiah BRANSON to Jonathan SMITH 20 Jan 1822 "for full satisfaction to him made" 5 acres, the upper part of a 50 acre tract on Poor Fork adjacent to a survey of the said Jonathan (recorded 25 Mar 1824)

page 62/63
William SPURLOCK to Smith SPURLOCK 7 Nov 1823 for $100 50 acres on Martins Fork, south bank of said fork a small distance above the first ford below the mouth of RockHouse Hollow, foot of Cumberland Mountain Witness: William SHORT

page 63/64
George & Nancy (his wife) HOSKINS to Richard WILSON 26 Jul 1823 for $300 Land on Brownies Creek Witnesses: Elisha GREEN & William TAYLOR

page 64
James J NOWILL of Clabourn (sic) Co TN to Israel MINIARD of Clay County 19 Apr 1824 for $200 150 acres on big Yellow Creek Witnesses: John & William TURNER and Samuel MATHIS

page 65
John N HORD to Sherod L OVERSTREET 19 May 1823 for $31 One acre northward of and adjacent to the town of Mount Pleasant

page 65/66
County Court of Harlan County to Alford HALL 19 May 1823 for $30 Lot#1 on the bank of Clover Fork, signed by Golvin BAILEY, Carr BRITTAIN and William JENKINS

page 66/67
County Court of Harlan County to Berry CAWOOD 19 May 1823 for $20 Lot#17 on the bank of Clover Fork, signed by Golvin BAILEY, Carr BRITTAIN and William JENKINS

page 67
George HOSKINS to John HOSKINS 19 Jan 1824 for $130 50 acres on Brownies Creek - boundaries with William DAVIS, John CHUMLEY and Gideon John PUE

page 68
William SPURLOCK to Smith SPURLOCK 31 May 1824 for $30 100 acres including hickory flat on a spur of Stone Mountain (Martins Fork) Witness: William FARLEY

page 68/69
George BRITTAIN to Andrew HORD 30 Sep 1824 for $85 Land on the north bank of Poor Fork Witnesses: Abner LEWIS, A HALL and John LEWIS (A note on the deed says: "deed lifted by George HOWARD 20 Jan 1844)

page 69/70
Rheuben LAMBERT of Knox County to John PURCIFULL 1 Sep 1824 for $1 of a 50 acre survey in LAMBERT's name and that they shall divide and make a conditional line (the description of which follows in the deed) Witnesses: Stephen RICE and John HENDRICKSON

page 70/71
John DAVIS to Henry COLLETT 24 Jul 1824 for $50 50 acres on the Cumberland River at Thomas HOSKIN's ford... John FULK's old sugar camp branch Witnesses: J Speed SMITH, James B DORTON and Wm GREEN

page 71
Sherod L OVERSTREET to John JONES 23 Sep 1824 for $60 2 town lots, #9 & #18 (adjacent, 18 is south of 9)

page 71/72
Joseph & Anna (his wife) YOUNG to George BURKHART 10 Dec 1824 for $100 50 acre patent from the commonwealth dated 13 Dec 1823 on Cranks Creek adjacent to the lower line of a survey of Aley LEDFORD's Witness: Geo BRITTAIN

page 72/73
Joseph SELBY assignee of PENNINGTON & others of Harlan County to Abraham SERGENT (Sr) 16 Sep 1824 for $300 50 acres on the north bank of Poor Fork Witnesses: Abner & Hiram LEWIS, Abraham SERGENT Jr and Edward ANDERTON

page 73/74
Joseph SELBY to Abraham SERGENT 16 Sep 1824 for $300 50 acres on Poor Fork beginning opn the foot of Laurel Mountain on a spruce pine, a corner of Thomas YOUNG's... foot of Black Mountain Witnesses: Abner & Hiram LEWIS, Abraham SERGENT Jr and Edward ANDERTON

page 74/75
Philip SLUSHER to William & Jacob SLUSHER 25 Oct 1824 for $500 210 acres on Pucketts Creek, a line between Phillip SLUSHER & John HOSKINS Witnesses: Giles COX, Isaiah WILSON and Sally SIMPSON

The next 17 pages duplicate the preceeding 16 pages, probably when the original deed book was recopied at a later date. The duplicate references are listed below for certainty in any deed searches undertaken.
75/76 repeats 58/59 83 repeats 66/67
76/77 repeats 59/60 84 repeats 67
77/78 repeats 60/61 84/85 repeats 68
78 repeats 61 85/86 repeats 68/69
79 repeats 62 86 repeats 69/70
79/80 repeats 62/63 87 repeats 70/71
80/81 repeats 63/64 87/88 repeats 71
81 repeats 64* 88/89 repeats 71/72
81/82 repeats 65 89/90 repeats 72/73
82/83 repeats 66/67 90/91 repeats 73/74
*NOWILL spelled NOWELL               91 repeats 74/75

page 91/92
Reuben LAMBERT of Knox County to Samuel WOOLUM 1 Sep 1824 for $1 Lower part of an undivided 50 acre survey (the other half of 69/70?) Witnesses: Stephen RICE and John HENDRIXON

page 92/93
William TAYLOR to Gabriel JACKSON 26 Feb 1825 for $150 50 acres on Pucketts Creek, mentions JACKSON's mill Witness: Benjamin SAYLOR Sr

page 93
James FARMER to George BURKHART 19 Oct 1824 for $70 50 acre survey granted FARMER 15 May 1823 on Cranks Creek including a mill on the occupancy of said BURKHART

page 93/94
David ROSS of Floyd County to George BRITTAIN 4 Dec 1824 for $200 37 acres on Crummies Creek beginning at a line conditioned by said ROSS & Benjamin HARRIS then with the courses of a patent issued John GASS dated 25 Jan 1806 Witnesses: Henry JAYNE, Stephen JONES, Joseph SEAGRAVES

page 94/95
Elisha GREEN to Catherine RISENER 22 Jun 1824 for $77 50 acres beginning on a branch that empties into said* creek opposite a school house... mentions John HOWARD's line & SLUSHER's line Witnesses William HOWARD & James HALL (Note: says delivered to Henry RISENER 3 April 1836) * the creek is not named in the deed

page 95/96
Stephen FARMER to Lewis FARMER 15 Sep 1823 for $200 30 acres on Martins Fork, upper line of David ROSS's headright survey on the south bank of said fork to include all that part of a tract of land deeded from John GASS to Stephen FARMER on south side of said fork

page 96
William & Marianna TINSLEY Power of Attorney to George W CRAIG of Yellow Creek, Harlan County 12 Sep 1825 Marianna is the wife of William TINSLEY and daughter of George W CRAIG and this is a Power of Attorney for CRAIG to manage and settle with the executors of John SHARP deceased, late of Sullivan Co TN, agreeable to his last will & testament Witness: Jefferson CRAIG

page 96/97
John BAILEY of Hawkins County TN to Joseph SEAGRAVES 5 Sep 1825 for $100 25 acres on Clover Fork Witnesses: Joseph WHITEACHER, Bennett BALL and Robert TATE

page 97/98
Samuel HORD SR to Samuel HORD Jr 24 Sep 1825 for $100 64 acres on the Cumberland River about 2 miles below the mouth of Poor Fork Witness: George BRITTAIN

page 98/99
William GREEN & Agnes his wife to John HOSKINS 22 Mar 1825 for $19 100 acres on Straight Creek Witnesses: William TAYLOR & Elisha GREEN

page 99
Zachariah JONES to Samuel MARK 15 Aug 1825 for $125 80 acres on Clover Fork

page 100
Samuel HORD Sr to Andrew HORD 26 Oct 1824 for $100 50 acres south side Cumberland River above the mouth of Poor Fork

PREFACE
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page 101-200
page 201-300
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