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Fleming Co., KY land records pertaining to the VANTREASE/VANTREESE Family:
For additional information on these families see The Family of Johann Frederick Vantrease

1803 Peter Hysong/ Frederick Vantrece Land Record1803http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/e/v/a/Sandra-A-Evans/BOOK-0001/0015-0004.html
370 23 Sep 1803
Peter Hysong and Dorothy his wife of Fleming co
AND
Frederick Vantrece of Mason Co
Tr: Sale of 83 1/2 acres Fleming co land on Mill Creek for $580, beginning at survey made for Thomas Austin of which above is a part.
JP's: N Foster, R Barnes Jr, who obtained release of dowry rights of Dorothy Hysong.
Clerk: George W Botts.
Pg. A2-43
Will of Johann Frederick Vantrease
Page One
1817Page 1 of Will of Frederick Vantrease, Sr, leaving his estate to his wife Keziah, and children Dorothy, Elizabeth, Frederick, Emanuel & Rachel. Also his grandson Lewis, eldest son of Dorothy. Signed in Fleming Co., KY on August 28, 1817. Probated in Fleming Co., KY on November 3, 1817.
For a transcription of this will, see Notes for Johann Frederick Vantrease
Will of Johann Frederick Vantrease
Page Two
cont.Page 2 of Will of Frederick Vantrease Sr. See above
1829 Vantrease Land Record
Page One
1829Page 1 of a land record where Elizabeth (Mrs. Meshack) Browning, Emanuel (wife Amelia) Vantreese & Rachel (Mrs Allen) Caskey, along with their spouses, sold their shares of the land inherited in 1817 to their brother Frederick. Dated September 9, 1929.
1829 Vantrease Land Record
Page Two
cont.Page 2 of above land record
1830 census Lawrence Dye & Fredrick VanTrease1830

1830 census Fleming Co., KY. Lawrence is Lester's g-grandfather. Frederick VanTrease living nearby was the father of Lawrence's wife, Mary Ann Van Trease Dye.

1834 Vantrease Land Record
1834Court record showing that Elizabeth Browning, Amelia Vantreese & Rachel Caskey were all questioned separately from their husbands and said they had freely & willingly sold the land in the 1829 deed and that they did not wish to retract it.

 

February 1836 land record between Matilda Vantreese Hinton and Frederick Vantreese - page 1

1836February 22, 1836
This indenture made this 22nd day of February eighteen hundred and thirty six between Joshua Hinton and Matilda his wife, late Matilda Vantreese of the one part of the County of Fleming and State of Kentucky. Witnesseth That the said Hinton and wife for and in consideration of the sum of ninety dollars to him in hand paid the receipt where of is hereby acknowledged, hath granted barganed and hereby releases and conveys unto the said Fredrick Vantreese, his heirs and assigns all that tract or parcel of land situate and being in the County of Fleming on the waters of Mill Creek being this undivided interest the said Matilda Hinton, late Matilda Vantreese, in that tract of land belonging to her Father, Frederick Vantreese deceased conveyed to him by deed bearing the date 24th September 1803 from Peter Hysong and wife containing 63 1/2 acres recorded in the office of the Fleming Count Clerk in Deed Book no. 2 page 370. To have and to hold the land hereby conveyed and the assutenances there unto belongingunto the said Hinton & wife for themselves their heirs& hereby agree to warrant and defend the said tract of land and promises unto the said Vantreese his heirs and assigns against the Claim or claims of all and every person or persons whatsoever In witness whereof the said Joshua Hinton and Vantreese, his wife hereunto set their hands and seal the day and date first written.
February 1836 land record between Matilda Vantreese Hinton and Frederick Vantreese - page 2 1836See above
 December 1836 land indenture between Lawrence Dye and two Vantreese heirs1836

Land Indenture 23 Dec 1836
Fleming County, Kentucky: Deed Book U, p. 17
(Grantors)Elijah Lamar and Kesiah Vantreese Lamar, with Eli Hinton and Lucinda Vantreese Hinton, enter into a land indenture contract with Lawrence Dye. Lamars receive $ 400 and Hintons $ 350 to assign Lawrence Dye and his heirs "undivided interest" in the tract of land owned and possessed by Frederick Vantrees "supposed to contain 157 acres" including portion of the said estate of Frederick Vantrees which may be allotted to the widow of said Vantreese (and would revert to Keziah and Lucinda as part of widows dower at her death. Also included in the disposition is "their share or portion of the slaves of the estate of said Frederick Vantreese, dec'd" as well as any personal interest following the widow's death.