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Deed Charles LYNCH to James CLEMENT, 20 Nov 1806
Shelby County, KY, Deed Book G1, 1802-1811,
pp. 25 2-253
Transcript by Marna L. Clemons, 12 October 2001

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This Indenture made this 20 day of Novr. in the year of our lord one thousand Eight hundred & six between Charles Lynch & Sally his wife of Shelby County and State of Kentucky of the one part & James Clement of the county & State aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Charles Lynch and [blank space] his wife for & in consideration of the sum of nine hundred and thirty nine dollars Current money of Kentucky to them in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged they the said Charles Lynch & Sally his wife hath Granted bargained & sold Aliened & confirmed unto the said James Clement his heirs & assigns the full quantity of three hundred & thirteen acres of land Situate in Shelby County & State of Kentucky and on the waters of Brashears's & is a part of John Mays survey of two thousand two hundred acres & bounded as follows, to wit, Begginning at three Sugartrees near whites fence corner to James Gilberts survey of two hundred & thirty eight acres thence South twenty seven & a half degrees west two hundred & sixty six poles with an old line to three small sugartrees thence South fifty eight & a half degrees East eighty poles to three Beeches thence South twenty seven & a half degrees west one hundred & three poles to two white Ash & a red Elm thence South fifty eight & a half degrees East ninety nine poles to two Beeches & a dogwood thence North twenty seven & a half degrees East one hundred & three poles to a black oak black Ash & Sugartree thence North fifty eight degrees East Seventy eight poles to a black Ash & two sugartrees thence North thrity five degrees West one hundred & fourteen poles to a Beech thence north fifty five degrees East one hundred & fifty two poles to a sugartree Honey locust & Mulberry in wolf run thence running up the same binding on James Gilberts line to the begginning with its appurtenances To have & to hold the said three hundred & thirteen acres of land and all and Singular the premises abovementioned with the appurtenances unto the said James Clement his heirs & assigns forever free & clear from all incumbrences & the said Charles Lynch & [blank space] his wife the said three hundred & thirteen acres of land and premises against them & their heirs and against all and all manner of person or persons whatever unto the said James Clement his heirs & assigns shall & will warrant & forever defend by these presents In witness whereof they the said Charles Lynch & [blank space] his wife hath hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals the day &year first above written

Signed Sealed & delivered } Chs. Lynch {seal}
in presence of } Sally Lynch {seal}

Shelby County Sct. Clerks office November 20th 1806
This Indenture of bargain and sale from Charles Lynch to James Clement was this day acknowledged by the said Lynch to be his act and deed whereupon the same is admitted to record.
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