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Indenture: John Dunaway & John English 12/12/1798
transcribed by Margaret Monthan
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10 12/12/1798 John English S: John Dunaway Deed Rec C72 C&G, p223
      B: John English  
      W: John Bayn    
Document Transcribed January 2006 by Margaret Monthan
Indenture: between John Dunaway & John English
12 Dec 1798
(Source: Deed Book C, Page 72, Warren Co. Courthouse, Warrenton, Georgia)
Transcribed by Margaret Monthan

State of Georgia
This Indenture made this twelfth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred ninety eight, between John Dunaway of the County of Warren and State above written, of the one part, and John English of the said State and County of the other part. Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars in hand well and truly paid unto the said Dunaway, by the said John English at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath granted, bargained, sold and confirmed, by these presents, a certain tract or parcel of land of about sixty two acres, be the same more or less, lieing in the said State and County and lies on the west side of the Long Branch of Briar Creek, and is part of a four hundred acre tract granted to said Dunaway the thirteenth day of October, one thousand seven hundred and eighty five, and is bounded by North and West lines of said four hundred acre tract, and is to begin at the Mouth of a Branch, on the North side of said Dunaway's Old Field at a stake and run South Westwardly to a black oak X. thence North Eastwardly to a pine, bounded by Draper's land, then South Eastwardly to a stake at said Long Branch, bounded by Dick's land, thence down the said Long Branch, to the beginning stake corner, together with all the rights, titles, claims, interests, claims, or demands in, to, or out of the same, to have and to hold the said Land and premises aforesaid, unto the only use benefit and behoof, of him the said John English his heirs and assigns, and the said John Dunaway and his heirs, the said Tract of land and premises, will warrant and forever defend unto the said John English, his heirs and assigns against him, the said John Dunaway, his heirs and assigns, and every other person or persons whatsoever. In witness whereof he, the said John Dunaway, has hereunto set his hand and seal, the day and year first above written.

Signed sealed & delivered
In presence of us
Test. Geo. Dunaway
John Bayn J.P.
Received this day and date within mentioned, of the within mentioned John English, the within consideration money, I say, received by me.
John I Dunaway
Test. George Dunaway
John Bayn J.P.
Recorded this 23rd day of April 1801.

Transcribed from Book E, Folio 259 on T. Persons, D.C.
The 24th day of Sept. 1853 Ths. W. Shivers, Recorder


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