Dry Creek Baptist
Alexandria Deed Book E, page 227, 23
September 1819, Recorded 2 December 1819
Indenture made 23 September 1819 between Adam
Glore and Bartlett Graves of the county of Campbell of the one part and the
Baptist Society now constituted and built their meeting house known by the
name of Dry creek meeting house of the other part. For and in consideration of
the sum of $4. they sell all that tract of land in the County of Campbell
containing one acre.
Witnesses: John Arnold, James Robinson
Alexandria Deed Book G, page 344, 27 February
1828, Recorded 24 Mar 1828
Deed made 27 February 1828 from Thomas
Buckner of the one part and Nelson Grinsley, John Vickers, Jeremy Griffing and
William Stephens Trustees of the Baptist Church of Dry Creek of the other part
all of Campbell County and State of Kentucky.
Thomas for and in consideration of the sum of
one dollar sells unto the said Trustees and their successor for the use and
benefit of the said Church one certain lot of land containing one quarter of
an acre and 13 poles lying on the waters of dry creek in the aforesaid County
and adjoining the lot on which their meeting house now stands.
Beginning at a stone south west of the old
meeting house lot...near the South East corner of the brick meeting
house...corner to T Buckner and A Glore...To have and to hold the said lot of
land with its appurtenances unto the said trustees for the special use and
purpose of a meeting house yard and for no other purpose.
Attest: William Elliot