Land Index

Marion Hensley
Levi Spurlock
William Gilbert

Land Deed


Submitted by: Teresa Kidd
[email protected]


Know all men by this preasant that I Marion Hensley
has this the 13 day of October 1896 bargn and sold to
Levi Spurlock a (blank) tract on boundry of land situated
in Clay County and state of Kentucky a for inconsidats
of the sum of twenty five dollars in hand apid. Said landing
on banks branch water of Red Bird River of the South River
of the Ky River. Beginning on a white oak on the east side
of the branch then running west to said bank then up the
branch with it nail? to the finste left han down to Blevins
Hensley fens then running with the said fens back to the
beginning so as to include all the land an it (unknown word)
for which the said Marion Hensley bind himself and heirs to
make unto the said Levi Spurlock a general warrent deed
for said land in testimony where of witness evry hand this the
13 day of October 1896

(signed) Marion Hensley

I sign the with bond over to W.C. Gilbert

(signed) Levi Spurlock

T.(?) L. Rawlings

Blevins Hensley

NOTE: Blevins Hensley and William C. Gilbert were neighbors
on Banks Branch. The granddaughter of Blevins Hensley
married a son of William C. Gilbert. Levi Spurlock was the
husband of Tabitha Baker, a daughter of Andrew Baker
and Jane Gilbert.


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