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J. D. Johnson & Wife
W. T. McGlothlin

Source: Sumner County Deed Book , Book 35, page 75

Transcribed by Jan J. Barnes

State of Tennessee   }
Sumner County         }  Know all men by these presents that we J. D. Johnson and wife M. E. Johnson for in consideration of Sixty two Dollars and Eighty cents ($62.80) to us in hand paid have this day bargained, Sold and released and do by these presents convey unto W. T. McGlothlin a certain tract or parcel of land, Situated lying and being in the 16th Civil District of the aforesaid County and State and bounded as follows:
Beginning on a planted Stone South west corner of the land of Wm. Johnson Decd. in the mouth of lane, thence N 2 1/2 degrees E 29 7/10 poles to a black Oak in said Johnson line, thence west 2 1/2 degrees 29 poles to a rock, thence S 1 degree W 38 8/10 poles to a Dead black jack with post oak pointer in mouth of lane, thence East _ degrees N 29 7/10 poles to the Beginning containing six acres one rood and five poles (6 A - 1 R -5 P) be same more or less to have and to hold to the said W. T. McGlothlin and his Representatives forever.  We further covenant with the said W. T. McGlothlin that we are lawfully seized of said land that it is not encumbered and that we have a legal right to convey it and that we will warrant and forever defend the title of said land to the said W. T. McGlothlin against the lawful claims of any person whatsoever.  In testimony of which we set our hands and affix our seals on this 5th day of Oct. A. D. 1882.
Witnessed by                                                                     J. D. Johnson (Seal)
                                                                                           M. E. Johnson (Seal)

State of Tennessee  }  Mrs. M. E. Johnson wife of J. D. Johnson having personally appeared
Sumner County        }  before me and having virtue of the authority in me vested been
examined privately and apart from her said husband and she having acknowledged the due execution of the annexed deed by her freely, voluntarily and understandingly without compulsion or constraint by her said husband and for the purposes therein contained the same is therefore certified.  Witness my hand and seal of office this Oct. 5th 1882.
                                                                                          W. T. McGlothlin
    Seal                                                                               Notary Public

State of Tennessee    } Personally appeared before me Notary of said County J. D.
Sumner County          } Johnson the bargainor with whom I am personally acquainted who
acknowledged the execution of the foregoing instrument for the purposes therein contained.  Witness my hand and seal of office this Oct. 5th 1882.
                                                                                           W. T. McGlothlin
Seal                                                                                    Notary Public

State of Tennessee  }  I O. H. Foster Clerk of the County Court of said County, certify
Sumner County        }  that W. T. McGlothlin whose genuine Signature appears to the
foregoing certificates is Notary Public in and for said County & State and all his official acts are entitled to full faith and credit.  Witness my hand at office 14 Oct. 1882.
                                                                                          O. H. Foster Clerk

Rec'd for Registration Oct. 14th 1882 at 3 o'clock P. M.
Registered and Examined October 16th 1882.
                                                                                         J. F. Gray Register 

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