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William Perry to Jacob Zeck, 1812

 Source: Robertson County Deed Book J, pages 236-238

Transcribed by Linda Carpenter



Jacob Zeck from William Perry, April 4th 1812

This Indenture made, this 10th day of February in the year of our Lord, eight hundred and twelve, between William Perry, Penina Perry his wife of the county of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Jacob Zeck of the county and State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of Eleven hundred and thirty two dollars to him the said William Perry in hand paid by the said Jacob Zeck at or before the signing of these presents the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged hath given bargained and sold and by these presents do give grant bargain and sell unto the said Jacob Zeck his heirs assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the county & state aforesaid Joining of Phillip's pond being a part of a tract of six hundred and forty acres Granted to Thomas Johnson by patent bearing date 20th day of May 1793 - beginning at a black oak South West corner of the original Survey runs East one hundred and ten poles to William Benson's corner; thence North with said Benson's line to a Black Gum on the path then North twenty four degrees West twenty nine and a half poles to a Red Oak then North twenty five degrees East to the Old line then with said line to a stake; thence West one hundred and ten poles to the North West corner of the Original Survey; thence South three hundred and twenty poles to the beginning containing two hundred & eighteen acres (be the same more or less). Also one other tract of fifty acres situate in said county of Robertson joining the tract of land above conveyed Beginning at a Hickory the Northwest corner of the said tract and running North fifty & one fourth poles to a stake; thence East one hundred & sixty two poles to a Hickory; thence South with Huey's line fifty & fourth poles to a stake in William Benson's line; thence West one hundred and sixty two poles to the beginning being part of a grant of one hundred fifty one & a fourth acres Granted by the State of Tennessee to said William Perry on the 14th day of March 1811 - No. 2960 To have and to hold the aforesaid Land & bargained premises with the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining with all the advantages hereditaments & appurtenances there & there from to arise unto him the said Jacob Zeck his heirs & assigns forever to his only proper use & behoof forever and the said William Perry & Penina Perry for themselves their heirs Executors & administrators do hereby covenant & agree to & with the said Jacob Zeck that unto him & him only the Lands and premises above mentioned they will warrant and forever defend against the right title interest property claim or demand of all person or persons whatsoever. In witness whereof the said William Perry & Penina Perry hath hereunto set their hands & seals this day & year first above written. William Perry (Seal) Penina (her mark) Perry (Seal)

Signed Sealed & delivered in presence of -
Thomas Johnson

1812 Feby acknowledged in Court & OR

Test - Jas. Tunstell, Ck

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