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F. C. Groves
To
William Johnson,
1878

Source: Sumner County Deed Book , Book 32, page 235

Transcribed by Jan J. Barnes
©2004

For and in consideration of one hundred and thirty five Dollars to me paid by Wm. Johnson I this day have bargained and sold and do convey unto the said Wm. Johnson a certain tract or parcel of land lying in Civil District No. 16 formerly 19 Sumner County Tennessee and bounded as follows  Beginning on a white oak in Groves line corner to Johnson and Groves thence N 2 1/2 degrees W 170  70/100 poles to a stake in Johnson line corner to Groves & Johnson thence E 29 poles to a Rock corner to Groves & Johnson line thence south 7 degrees W 172 poles to the beginning containing by survey (15) fifteen acres be the same more or less.  Now therefore I do covenant and bind myself my heirs and Representatives to forever warrant and defend the title of said land to the said Wm. Johnson his heirs and assigns forever against any person or persons lawfully claims that same or any part thereof.  In testimony whereof I hereby set my hand and seal on this 4 Day of November A. D. 1878.
                                                                                                                F. C. Groves (Seal)

State of Tennessee   }
Sumner County         }  Personally appeared before me O. H. Foster Clerk of the County Court of said County F. C. Groves the bargainor with whom I am personally acquainted and acknowledged the Execution of the within instrument for the purposes therein expressed.  Witness my hand at office this 4th November 1878.
                                                                                                               O. H. Foster  Clerk
Rec'd For Registration 4th Nov 1878 at 10 O'clock AM
Registered and Examined the same day Rec'd.
                                                                                                                 R. Hallum Regr S. County


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