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William Johnson To Samuel Harper, 1794

Source: Warren County, NC Deed Book 14, pages 12 - 13

Transcribed by Linda Carpenter

(Page 12)

This Indenture made this Twenty Third day of October One Thousand Seven Hundred & Ninety Four between William Johnson of the one part of the County of Warren & Samuel Harper of the same County of the other part witnesseth that the said William Johnson for and in consideration of the sum of forty pounds current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said Harper have bargained sold & made over unto the said Harper all that part of disputed land lying now in the said Harpers' possession and bounds as follows viz: Beginning at an ash or two in a branch near Harpers' House Cruthurs' old line thence North 20 E. through Harpers' plantation to Reedy Creek at a place called for by the old paten for three Maples then up the creek the meanders thereof to a Maple on the bank marked said to be aline made by Hurstis Daniel this by aline of marked trees South 15 degrees on hundred & eight poles as mentioned in the said Daniel paten to Red Oak now rotten down near a small spring then E. thirty poles to the beginning also in the old line for forty acres be the same more or less being all that disputed part that I purchased of Josiah Green & for which he only sold me his right to by his Father's Will & which I now sell to the said Harper & do hereby convey all my rights title interest claim & demand (and no more) of into and to the said parcels of land as within described with the reversion & remainders unto the said Samuel Harper his heirs & assigns forever free & clear from the said Wm. Johnson & his heirs claiming under him. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal the day & year first above written

(Page 13)

Will Johnson (Seal)

Test In presents of

Warren County May Court 1794 - William Johnson acknowledged this deed in open Court and on motion the same is ordered to be Registered.

Test W. Duke Johnson, C. C.

This Deed was truly Registered this 13th day of January 1796. By James Johnson, P. R.


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