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Indenture: Matthew English & Mary Dye Sr., Mary Dye Jr. 12/27/1811
transcribed by Kathy English Ernst
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44 12/27/1811 Matthew English S: Mary Dye Sr., Mary Dye Jr. Deed Rec C&G, p246
      B: Matthew English C537-538  
      OG: James Abbott  
      PL: James Rabourn, Samuel Pouncey, Edward Booth    
      W: Reuben Reese, Edward Matthews, Solomon Newsome    
Document Transcribed March 2003 by Kathy English Ernst
44 12/27/1811 Indenture: Matthew English & Mary Dye Sr., Mary Dye Jr.  
This indenture made this twenty seventh of December one thousand eight hundred & eleven, in the thirty fifth year of American Independence, between Mary Dye a Widow & Mary Dye her daughter of the State of Georgia & Warren County planters of the one part, and Matthew English of the same State & County. Witnesseth, that the said Mary Dye, Widow, & Mary Dye her daughter, for and in consideration of the sum of Fifty five Dollars, to them in hand paid, before the sealing & delivering of these presents, doth bargain, convey, sell, make over, and confirm & by these presents hath bargained, sold, made over & confirmed unto the said Matthew English, his heirs & assigns forever, all that tract or parcell of land containing one hundred, thirty seven & half acres, be the same more or less, being part of a tract of land, granted to James Abbott & conveyed by said Abbott to James Rabourn, & from said Rabon to Saml Pouncey & Edward Booth, & from said Saml Pouncey & Edward Booth to Mary Dye, & the same one hundred thirty seven & half acres being a part of said tract, situate, lying and being on the South side of the Stamp Branch, begining at a poplar corner on said Stamp Branch runing South 15 West until it intersects the back line, to a Stake corner, thence turning up said line to a pine corner, thence along the old line to a dead pine corner, thence to continue the old line to a black gum corner on said Branch, thence up said Branch to the begining poplar corner, the same making one hundred thirty seven & half acres as before mentioned, together with all its improvements, & Hereditaments, & appurtenances in any wise thereunto belonging, to the said Matthew, to have and to hold, the said land and premises, together with every the rights, privaledges, emoluments thereof in fee simple forever, to him the said Matthew English, his heirs & assigns, clear of all claims of mortgages or widows dowers, and further, them the said Mary Dye Widow, & Mary Dye her daughter doth agree to covenant & maintain the rights & Titles to the said land, to him the said Matthew English, his heirs & assignees, & against the lawful claims of all manner of persons forever, I do warrant & defend the said Land unto him and his heirs, in testamony whereof we have hereunto set our hands & affix our seals the day & date first written.

Mary Dye (Seal)

Mary (X) Dye (seal)

In presence of
Reuben Reese
Edwd Matthews
Recd of the within mentioned Matthew English fifty five dollars, being the within mentioned consideration money for the within mentioned premises, Recd the day & date within.

Mary (X) Dye

Mary (X) Dye

Reuben Reese
Edwd Matthews

Warren County
This day came before me Reuben Reese & Edwd Matthews, & they being duly sworn upon the holy Gospel of Gods, on their oaths saith, that they saw Mary Dye, widow & Mary Dye her daughter sign the within Deed, for the within mentioned purposes for the within mentioned sum. Sworn & suscribed to before me this 5th day of January 1812.
Solomon Newsom J. P.

Reuben Rese
Edwd Matthews

Recorded 9th October 1812
Transcribed from Book K folw 7-8.
May the 8th 1854. T. W. Shivers, Recdr. John Lewis, Clk


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