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Miscellaneous Harrison County KY Records
Originally posted at Jo Theissen's Scott County KyGenWeb site

HARRISON CO., KY Deed Book 34, p.613-614
James HENRY's Heirs to Silas Henry dated Harrison Co., KY 10 September 1866

Deed of land to "Silas HENRY a man of color a certain tract or parcel of land herein after described for the consideration that the said Silas Henry was to live with the said James Henry take care of his stock etc until the death of Said James Henry. And whereas the said Silas has performed all the conditions of said contract to be byhim performed and whereas the said James Henry bound his heirs executors or administrators to make a deed, for the land hereafter described it being the same land embraced in the obligation afore said. And therefore this indenture made and entered into this 14th day of December 1868 by and between L.M. Henry, George W. Henry, and Elizabeth Henry wife of George W. and Elizabeth Henry wife of L.M. Henry, Newton Henry and Elizabeth Henry his wife, Elias Henry, W.J. Henry and Mary Henry his wife, Noah Henry and Louisa Henry his wife, John K. Gray and Marietta Gray his wife late Marietta Henry, William Godman his wife late Harriette Henry his wife, Colby Brooks and Ann Brooks his wife late Ann Henry, B.F. Jones and America Jones his wife, late America Henry, J.W. Rains and Celinda A. Rains his wife late Celinda A. Henry being eleven of the children and heirs at law of James Henry deed parties of the first part and Silas Henry party of the second part witnesseth."
Signatures that follow include those of Newton and his wife Elizabeth. Some of the others have only an X. Elias Henry signed in DeKalb County, MO.

Edmund POLLARD brought into KY, slaves named: Delphia, Lewisy, Nancy, and Rozanna. He registered them 2 January, 1816 in Harrison Co., KY when he moved there from Orange Co., VA

Harrison County, Kentucky
Will Book A, Pages 76 & 77
Will of Mary Hucherson

In the name of God Amen The Eleventh day of February 1807 I Mary HUCHERSON of the County of Harrison and State of Kentucky being very sick and Weak in body but of perfect mind and memory Thanks be given unto God therefore calling unto mind the Mortality of my Body and Knowing that it is appointed for all Men once to die do make & ordain this my last Will & testament That is to Say principally & first of all I Give & recommend My Soul into the hand of Mighty God that Gave it & my body I recommend to the Earth to be buried in decent Christian Burial at the Descreetion of my Executors Nothing doubting but at the General Resurection I shall receive the Same again by the Mighty power of God and as touching such Worldly Estate where with it has pleased God to bless me in this life I give ........ & dispose of the same in the following manner & form First I give to my daughter Mary Lewis CROSSWHITE three slaves viz, Frederick Charlotte & Creener Secondly I give to my daughter Jane Stears KINSLER three slaves (viz) Levi Lucinda & her child I also wish for Lewis to be appraised and for my Daughter Mary to keep him & pay my Daughter Jane the one half of his appraisement & my Desire further is that all other things that I die possessed of be equally divided between my aforesaid two Daughters Except Margaret who for her faith full Services unto me I desire may go free to herself. Lastly I constitute make & ordain my beloved Friends Jacob Powers & Robert McKitrick Executors of this my last will & testament - Revoking and utterly disallowing all other former wills - Legacies & Executors by me & in any ways before named - Ratifying & Confirming this & no other to be my last will & testament In Witness Where of I have hereunto set my hand & Seal this day & year first above Written Signed, Sealed & c, In presence of William X Stears ,br. David McKittrick
Ann Powers
Margaret (X )McKittrick
Mary (x ) Hutcherson L.S.
Harrison County Sct May Court 1807 The Last will & Testament of Mary Hutcherson decd was provd in open Court by the oaths of William Stears David McKittrick Ann Powers & Margaret McKitrick Subscribing Witnesses there to & ordered to be Recorded