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Eli Northam
To
Richard Pearson, 1853

 

Source: Sumner County, TN Deed Book 25G, Page 297

Transcribed by Jan J. Barnes
©2002

State of Tennessee  }
Sumner County        }   This Indenture made and entered into August 1853 Between Eli Northam of the County of Simpson and State of Kentucky of the one part and Rich'd T. Pearson of the County of Sumner & State of Tennessee of the other part witnesseth that I Eli Northam for & in consideration of the Sum of $200 to me paid by the said Pearson have bargained sold and confirmed unto the said Pearson a certain tract or parcel of land lying in the County of Sumner & State of Tennessee & Bounded as follows viz Beginning on a Blackjack on the original line N 84 poles to a post oak thence E 148 poles to a Blalckjack thence South 84 P to a Blackjack thence W 148 poles to the Beginning containing 77 acres more or less with all the improvements and proffits the said Pearson or his heirs to have and to hold same forever I the said Northam forever warrant and defend sd. Land from myself heirs and all other persons whatsoever having any claim or claims thereto given under my hand and seal the day & date above mentioned.
                                                                                                 Eli Northam (Seal)
George M. Northam
William J. Pearson

State of Tennessee  }
Sumner County        }   Personally appeared before me John L. Bugg Clerk of the County Court of said County George M. Northam & William J. Pearson subscribing witnesses to the within Deed who being first sworn depose & say that they are personally acquainted with Eli Northam, the Bargainor and that he acknowledged the Execution of the same in their presence to be his act and Deed upon the day it bears date and for the purpose therein contained.  Witness my hand at office the Oct. 1853.

John L. Bugg Clerk
Registered Dec 28th 1853
J. Bruce Reg. S. C.


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