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Sumner County, Tennessee

CWP Miscellaneous Deed Book, Vol: 1859 - 1869

(Pages 181 - 190)

Transcribed and submitted by:  Jan Johnson Barnes & Linda Carpenter 

Source: TSLA Microfilm Roll# 340

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Solomon, Wm. To Burnice Bender - Deed of Trust (continued)

* Written at the side - See schedule X. Y. Z. on next page for registration July 7th 1865 at 5 o'clock PM. Registered & examined July 8th 1865. R. D. Moore, Regr. S. C. by S. Hermans, Dep. Regr.

uses and trusts and no other, viz, I am indebted to the Estate of William H. Solomon by the following notes, one for a thousand dollars due February 23rd 1856, credited by sixty dollars Feby. 12/57, one for fifty dollars due December 15th 1859, one for thirty seven dollars due November 3rd 1858, one for one hundred and five dollars due May 21st 1858, one for two hundred and fifty six dollars due August 13th 1858, one for two hundred dollars due July 14th 1858, one for fifteen dollars due in 1858, one for eighty two 42/100 dollars, and one for one hundred and fifteen dollars due Oct 4th 1856, the said notes are entitled to same credits and set offs, which I hold against the Estate of said W. H. Solomon, the amounts of which I cannot determine till I have a Settlement. I am also indebted to Burtese Ferrell, Guardian of the Hunt heirs by a note for four hundred dollars, with W. H. Solomon, as my security due sometime in 1859, also in a note to the Union Bank of Tennessee for four hundred dollars due in 1861, with Burnice Bender my security, also a note Jennett Hassell for four hundred dollars due in 1860 with Burnice Bender my security, also a note to Mrs. Mary Pepper for two hundred dollars given in May 1865, also an account of three hundred dollars due to the same and now due, also a judgment going to Mrs. Mary Joyner for about eighty dollars, and stayed F. A. Spores?, also two notes to Joseph Watcher?, one for same twenty eight dollars, and the other for about fourteen dollars, also one to Dr. F. A. Shell for thirty two dollars due Jany. 1865, also a note to Allen & Cantrell due in 1861, the exact amount not known, also one note to Dr. W. D. Haggard for twenty six dollars due in 1860, and also an account for thirteen dollars due Shell and Blakemore. The said Bender will proceed to collect the above notes, judgments, and satisfy equally the above named debts and the costs of the trusts, But if I shall pay off and satisfy the above named debts on or before the first day of September 1866, then this deed to be null and void and of no effect, but if the said debts are not satisfied by said time, then said Bender will immediately proceed to sell for cash all of the above named property of every description and apply the same equally to the judgment of the above named debts, in witness whereof I have set my hand this June 30th 1865. Wm. Solomon (Seal)

Test

James J. Turner

R. O. Hallum

State of Tennessee Sumner County - Personally appeared before me John L. Bugg, clerk of the County Court of said county, James J. Turner and Robert Hallum, subscribing witnesses to the foregoing deed of trust, who being first sworn depose and say that they are personally acquainted with Wm. Solomon 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 purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office this 7th day of July 1865. John L. Bugg, Clerk.

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Wm. Solomon, Schedule X Y Z, To Burnice Bender - Deed of Trust

Schedule X Y Z of William Solomon conveyance to Burnice Bender June 30th 1865.

List of notes, accounts and judgments of William Solomon conveyed to Burnice Bender Trustee:

One note on J. B. Wallace due Jany. 1st 1861 for $187.65 cents

One note on Thomas Wallace due Jany. 1st 1861 for $18.35

One note on Thomas Gregory due March 20 1861 for $4.55

One note on T. C. Trimble due Jany. 1 1861 for $32.65

One note on Wm. Matthews due Jany. 1st 1861 for $19.31

One note on T. W. Garrett due Jany. 1st 1861 for $63.50

One note on W. B. Bate due Jany. 1st 1861 for $156.87

One note on Elvis Crews? due Jany. 1st 1861 for $4.00

One note on W. C. Blue due Jany. 8th 1861 for $7.00

One note on A. Barns due Jany. 1st 1861 for $47.70

One note on Gifford Read due June 1st 1859 for $29.40

One note on Jo. Stratton due Jany. 26th 1862 for $30.88

One note on J. B. Foster due Jany. 1st 1860 for $59.40

One note on A. Barns due July 1st 1862 for $84.00

One note on A. Barns due Octr. 2nd 1860 for $29.83

One note on A. R. Horne due March 12th 1858 for $11.67

One note on R. W. Darnell due Jany. 1st 1862 for $135.60

One note on James S. Johnson due Jany. 1st 1866 for $269.66

For a claim against Jerry Alsup for about $50.00

Secured by a deed of Trust the following judgments were - before T. Boyers, Esquire

Judgment against W. H. Wise April 20th 1861 for $16.64 cents

Judgment against S. H. Mosely April 20th 1861 for $16.03

Judgment against D. A. Rascoe April 20th 1861 for $34.96

Judgment against W. P. Parker March 30th 1861 for $31.36

Judgment against Robert Williamson March 29th 1861 for $26.55

Judgment against J. A. Malone April 6th 1860 for $15.25

Judgment against Wm. Wallace Decr. 18th 1860 for $10.80

Judgment against J. M. Cantrell March 2nd 1861 for $4.64

Judgment against R. H. Moody Admtr. J. S. Johnson for $18.63

Judgment against Jesse Bradley Feby. 14th 1861 for $42.42

Judgment against A. R. Wynne Feby. 22nd 1861 for $62.58

Judgment against W. Rippy, T. Rippy, & R. E. Johnson Decr. 24th 1860 $111.56

Judgment against B. Singleton Octr. 12th 1860 for $8.75

Judgment against S. H. Mosley Jany. 12th 1861 for $49.38

Judgment against H. Bate Jany. 12th 1861 for $10.69

Judgment against J. E. Rascoe Jany. 12th 1861 for $17.68

Judgment against John Cotton of C. M. Sutton Decr. 18th 1860 for $78.95

Judgment against T. H. Rascoe Decr. 12th 1860 for $17.53

Judgment against B. H. Singleton Octr. 12th 1860 for $36.60

Judgment against R. M. Leod? & J. S. Johnson June 2nd 1860 for $50.16

Judgment against W. E. Gains Sept. 11th 1860 for $76.01

Judgment against R. Hoffman August 11 1860 for $60.99

Judgment against Jas. Vaughan July 19th 1860 for $5.30

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Judgment against A. R. Wynne May 30th 1860 for $153.15 cents

Judgment against A. R. Hobdy May 7th 1860 for $72.34

Judgment against R. M. Hobday May 7th 1860 for $32.22

Judgment against Z. W. Baker & J. S. Johnson April 6th 1860 for $17.66

Judgment against J. A. Malone Feby. 6th 1858 for $16.63

Judgment against J. W. Goostree Feby. 8th 1858 for $53.25

Rec'd. for registration July 7th 1865 at 5 o'clock PM.

Registered & examined July 8th 1865. R. D. Moore, Regr. S. C., by S. Hermans, Dep. Regr.

 

Vanmetor, C. C. To W. H. Wheeler - Power of Attorney

Know all men that we C. C. Vanmetor & Co. of the county of and state of Kentucky do hereby constitute and appoint and Constable Wm. H, Wheeler of the same place our true and lawful attorney in fact for us and in our name to acknowledge procure and have put upon record any and all leases in our names to or for lands leased or sold to us lying or being in the state of Tennessee hereby ratifying and confirming all such acts and acknowledgements in the premises by said attorney for such purpose, the same as if we were personally present and have hereunto set of our hands and seals this the 1st day of July 1865. C. C. Vanmeter & Co.

Singed Sealed and delivered in the presence of H. H. Skiles, T. L. Grides.

State of Kentucky Warren County - S. S. Personally appeared before me H. H. Skiles a notary public in and for the county and state aforesaid C. C. Vanmetor representing the firm of C. C. Vanmeter & Co., and who is personally known to me & acknowledged the foregoing power of attorney to be his act and deed for the purposes therein contained, given under my hand and seal this July 1st 1856. H. H. Skiles, N. P. W. C. KY

Rec'd. for registration July 10th 1865 at 8 o'clock AM.

Registered & examined July 10th 1865. R. D. Moore, Regr. S. C., by S. Hermans, Dep. Regr.

 

Covington, E. M. To W. H. Wheeler - Power of Attorney

Know all men that we E. M. Covington & Co. of the county of Warren and state of Kentucky, do hereby appoint and constitute W. H. Wheeler of the same place our true and lawful attorney in fact for us and in our name, to acknowledge and procure and have put upon record any and all leases in our name to us for lands leased or sold to us lying in or being in the state of Tennessee

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hereby ratifying and confirming all such acts and acknowledgements in the premises by said attorney for said purposes the same as if we were personally present and did the same. In witness whereof we the said E. M. Covington & Co. has hereunto set our hands and seals this the 3rd day of July 1865. E. M. Covington & Co.

Signed Sealed and delivered in the presence of C. J. Vanmeter, C. W. Jenkins.

State of Kentucky Warren County - S. S. Personally appeared before me H. H. Skiles a notary public in and for the county and state aforesaid, E. M. Covington representing the firm of E. M. Covington & Co. as above and who is personally known to me and who acknowledged the foregoing power of attorney to be his act and deed for the purpose therein contained given under my hand and notary seal this 3rd day of July 1865. H. H. Skiles, N. P., W. C. KY

Rec'd. for registration July 10th 1865 at 8 o'clock AM.

Registered and examined July 10th 1865. R. D. Moore, Regr. S. C., by S. Hermans, Dep. Regr.

 

Perdue, Wyatt to E. M. Covington - Lease

May 19th 1865 - This is to witness that Wyatt Perdue of Sumner County, and state of Tennessee, lets, leases, and grants for thirty three years (33) to E. M. Covington & Co. of Warren County and state of Kentucky, the sole and exclusive right to explore bore and mine for oil, salt water, coal, iron and other minerals in and upon the following lands, a certain tract of land lying and in waters of Drakes Creek and Straders Branch, being the same conveyed to one Daniel Perdue, to which deed reference is made for more particular description, is such to contain one hundred and ten (110) acres and adjoins the lands of Rastin Ray, lands of Thos. Hobday, R. L. Garrett, Harriet Perdue, W. E. Martin fort Blunt Road & Mitchellville, and the right to under let the whole or any part thereof also the right at anytime to remove all tools, engines and machinery employed in such work, and all rights of way necessary on said business, in consideration whereof said Wyatt Perdue shall receive one eight (1/8) part of all oil, salt, coal, and minerals obtained from said lands to be delivered on the premises and shall have the right

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to prevent and stop such part from being removed and taken there from. Said boring and mining to commence at any time within (4) four years from this date, otherwise this lease to be null and void and both parties discharged from all it's obligations. It is further agreed and understood that said Wyatt Perdue shall not be disturbed in the cultivation or enjoyment of said land except in so far as may be necessary for the purpose above expressed and shall be fully compensated for any road or timber that may be used. Wyatt Perdue, E. M. Covington, W. H. Wheeler

State of Tennessee Sumner - Personally appeared before me John L. Bugg, Clerk of the County Court of said county, Wyatt Perdue the bargainor with whom I am personally acquainted with and who acknowledged that he made and executed the foregoing lease for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office this 12th July 1865. John L. Bugg, Clerk, H. W. Bugg, Dep.

Rec'd. for registration at 8 o'clock AM, July 13th 1865.

Registered & examined July 15th 1865. R. D. Moore, Regr. S. C., by S. Hermans, Dep. Regr.

 

Suttle, Elias To E. M. Covington & Co. - Lease

May 19th 1865 - This is to witness that Elias Suttle of Sumner County and state of Tennessee let, leases, and grants for the term of thirty three (33) years to E. M. Covington & Co. of Warren County and state of Kentucky, the sale and exclusive right to explore, bore, and mine for all salt water, coal, iron, and other minerals in and upon the following lands, a certain tract of land lying on the waters of Sulpher Fork and Hobday's Branch, being the same conveyed by Moor Hobday to us to which deed reference is made for a more particular description, is said to contain one hundred (100) acres and adjoins the lands of Smith Mays and Elizabeth Hobday and the lands of John L. Turner & heirs, the lands of Richard Butt & W. Hobday past Blunt Road, said the right to underlet the whole or any tract thereof, also the right at any time to remove all tools, engines, and machinery employed in said work and all right of way necessary in said business. In consideration whereof said E. Suttle shall have and receive one eight (1/8) of all oil, salt, coal, and minerals obtained from said lands, to be delivered on the premises, and shall have the right to prevent and stop such part from being removed or taken there from. Said boring and mining to commence any time within (4) four years from this date otherwise this lease to be null and void and both parties to be discharged from all its obligations. It is further agreed and understood that said E. Suttle shall not be disturbed in the cultivation or enjoyment of said land, except so far as may be necessary for the purpose above expressed and shall be fully compensated for any road or timbers that may be used. E. (his mark) Suttle, E. M. Covington & Co.

D. W. O'Neal

W. H. Wheeler

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State of Tennessee Sumner County - Personally appeared before me John L. Bugg, Clerk of the County Court of said county, Elias Suttle the bargainor with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that he made and executed the foregoing lease fro the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office this 12th day of July 1865. John L. Bugg, Clerk, H. W. Bugg, Dep.

Rec'd for registration at 8 o'clock AM July 13th 1865.

Registered and examined July 13th 1865. R. D. Moore, Regr. S. C., by S. Hermans, Dep. Regr.

Receive stamp attached to original.

 

Perkins, Emily D. To C. C. Vanmeter & Co. - Lease

Article of agreement made and concluded this 12th day of March A. D. 1865 between Emily D. Perkins & Thomas Barnard of the county of Sumner and state of Tennessee party of the first part, and C. C. Vanmeter & Co. of Bowlinggreen Warren County, and state of KY parties of the second part, witness that the party of the first part hereby agrees to lease and let hereby doth lease and let for the term of ninety nine years from the date of above written to the parties of the second part the exclusive privilege of boring and digging for and obtaining oil, salt water, coal, iron, and other minerals with the privilege of underleting on all that certain tract of land and being in Sumner County aforesaid and bounded as follows, to wit; Beginning at a hickory, running south 139 poles to Black oak, the S. W. corner of the original survey, thence E. 120 poles to a post oak, thence West to D...? Lane made by John Garrett & John Bart, 80 poles to white oak on Straders Branch, thence North the said Branch 74 degrees, East 33 poles to White oak, thence North 95 polls double black oak, thence West 66 poles to Black oak, thence North 73 polls to Black oak to the beginning containing one hundred and eighty four (184) acres be the same more or less, together with ground and timber for buildings and all other necessary purposes, the parties of the second part to have the privilege, to enter premises for the purpose of commencing operations, for the space of at any time within the space of (4) four years from date above written (otherwise this lease to be null and void) also to have all necessary right of way to enable them to carryon a legitimate oil and mining business. In consideration of these privileges hereby granted the parties of the second part, hereby promise and agree to levy to the party of the first part (10) ten percent of the net proceeds obtained of all the oils, minerals, & etc. sold or disposed of by the parties of the second part, so soon as the accounts of sales are rendered and proceeds obtained. It is agreed that if the parties of the second part fail to obtain oil other products and shall abandon the premises or upon the expiration of the term for which this lease is given, they shall be at liberty to remove all tools, engines, and machinery they may have placed on said lands. In witness whereof we the parties hereunto bind

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ourselves, our heirs, our executors and administrators and assignees. Each unto the other firmly by these presents sealed with our seals, date and year first above written. Emily D. Perkins (Seal), Thos. (his mark & Seal), C. C. Vanmeter & Co. (Seal)

Witness present

W. H. Wheeler

Sanford Barnard

F. M. (his mark) Ahefhines?

W. H. Wheeler

(EDP&T03 50 stamp 50 March 12 1865)

State of Tennessee Sumner County - Personally appeared before me John L. Bugg, Clerk of the County Court of said county, Emily D. Perkins and Thos. Barnard the bargainors with whom I a personally acquainted and who acknowledged that they made and executed the foregoing lease for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office this 13th day of July 1865. John L. Bugg, Clerk, H. W. Bugg, Depty.

Rec'd. for registration at 8 o'clock AM July 13th 1865.

Registered & examined July 13th 1865. S. Hermans, Depty. for R. D. Moore, Regr. S. C.

 

Cooper, Martin To E. M. Covington & Co. - Lease

May 19th 1865

This is to witness that Martin Cooper of Sumner County and state of Tennessee; lets, leases, and grants for the term of thirty three (33) years to E. M. Covington & Co. of Warren County and state of Kentucky, the sole and exclusive right explore, bore, and mine the following lands. A certain tract of land lying on the head water Middle Fork of Drakes Creek, being the same conveyed to me by Preun? Perry to which reference is made for a more particular description is said to contain one hundred and forty two & 1/2 (142& 1/2) acres and adjoins the lands of A. Graves, James Carter, and Frank Davis, on the Franklin & Forte Blunt Road & Gallatin Pike, and the right to underlet the whole or any part thereof, also the right at any time to remove all tools, engines, and machinery & etc. employed in said work and all rights of way necessary in said business. In consideration whereof said Martin Cooper shall have and receive one eight (1/8) part of all oil, salt, coal, and minerals obtained from said lands to be delivered on the premises and shall have the right to prevent and stop such part from being taken or removed there from said boring. Said boring or mining to commence at any time within two (2) years from this date, otherwise this lease to be null and void and both parties to be discharged from all its obligations. It is further agreed and understood that said Martin Cooper shall not be disturbed in the cultivation or enjoyment of said land except in so far as may be necessary for the purposes above expressed, and shall be fully compensated for any road or timber that may be used. Martin (his mark) Cooper, E. M. Covington & Co.

Test

Be. P. Wilson

W. H. Wheeler

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State of Tennessee Sumner County - Personally appeared before me John L. Bugg, Clerk of the County Court of said county, Ben P. Wilson and W. H. Wheeler subscribing witness to the written lease who being first sworn depose and say that they are personally acquainted with Martin Cooper the bargainor and that they saw him sign this lease and have his acknowledgment for the same on the day it bears date and for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office this 12th July 1865. John L. Bugg, Clerk, H. W. Bugg, Dep.

Rec'd. for registration at 8 o'clock AM July 13th 1865.

Registered & examined July 13th 1865. S. Hermans, Dep. Regr. for R. D. Moore, Regr. S. C.

 

Cooper, Martin To E. M. Covington & Co. - Lease

May 18th 1865 - This is to witness that Martin Cooper of Sumner County and state of Tennessee, lets, leases, and grants for the term of thirty-three (33) years to E. M. Covington & Co. of Warren County and state of Kentucky the sole and exclusive right to explore, bore, and mine for oil, salt water, coal, iron, and other minerals in and upon the following lands. A certain tract of land lying on the head waters of Middle Fork of Drakes Creek, being the same conveyed to me by Patin Trout, to which deed reference is made for a more particular description, is said to contain one hundred and eighty six (186) acres, and joins the land of A. Graves and lands of James Escue, Thos. Graves, Jack Bug lying on the Franklin Forte Blunt Road & Gallatin Pike, and the right to underlet the whole or any part thereof, also the right at anytime to remove all tools, engines, and machinery & etc., employed in said work and all rights of way necessary in said business. In consideration whereof said Martin Cooper shall have and receive one eighth (1/8) part of all oils, salt coal, and minerals obtained from said lands to be delivered on the premises, and shall have the right to prevent and stop such part from being taken or removed thence from. Said boring or mining to commence anytime within two (2) years from this date otherwise this deed to be null and void, and both parties discharged from all obligations. It is further agreed and understood that said Martin Cooper shall not be disturbed in the cultivation or enjoyment of said land, except in so far as may be necessary for the purposes above expressed and shall be fully compensated for any wood or timber that may be used. Martin (his mark) Cooper, E. M. Covington & Co.

Attest

Ben P. Wilson

W. H. Wheeler

State of Tennessee Sumner County - Personally appeared before me John L. Bugg, Clerk of the County Court of said county, Ben P. Wilson and W. H. Wheeler subscribing witnesses to the foregoing lease and

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who being first sworn depose and say that they are personally acquainted with Martin Cooper the bargainor and that they saw him sign this lease and have his acknowledge for the same on the day it bears date and for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office this 12th day of July 1865. John L. Bugg, Clerk, H. W. Bugg, Dep.

State of Tennessee Sumner County - Rec'd. for registration at 8:00 July 13th 1865.

Registered and examined July 13th 1865. S. Hermans, Dep. Regr. for R. D. Moore, Regr. S. C.

 

House, Henry To C. C. Vaumeter & Co. - Lease

Article of agreement made and concluded this 6th day of March A. D. 1865 between Henry House of Sumner County, Tennessee party of the first part, and C. C. Vaumeter & Co. of Bowlinggreen, Warren County and state of Kentucky parties of the second part, witness that the party of the first part hereby agrees to lease and let deed hereby doth lease and let for the term of ninety nine years from the date above written to the parties of the second part the exclusive privilege of boring and digging for and obtaining oil, salt water, coal, iron, and other minerals with the privilege of underletting all that certain tract lying and being in Sumner County aforesaid and bounded as follows (to wit) Beginning at a corner of Jeremiah Sarvers land , thence running with the widow Hills line, thence with Alfred Sarvers widows land, thence with James Houses line going round land, thence with Patsy Wrights land, thence with Perdue, thence with Joseph Meadows land, thence to the beginning, the foregoing tract lying on either side of Sulphur Fork containing four hundred and forty (440) acres be the same more or less, together with ground and timber for buildings and all other necessary purposes the parties of the second part unto have the privilege of cutting said premises for the purpose of commencing operation anytime within the space of four (4) years from date above written (otherwise this lease to be null and void) also to have all necessary right of way to in able them to carry on a legitimate oil and mining business. In consideration of these privileges hereby granted, the parties of the second part hereby promise and agree to pay to the party of the first part ten (10) percent of the net proceeds obtained of all the oils, minerals, & etc. sold or disposed of by the parties of the second part so soon as accounts of sales are rendered and proceeds obtained. It is agreed that if the parties of the second part fail to obtain oil or other proceeds and shall abandon the premises, or upon the operation of the term fro which this lease is given, they shall be at liberty to remove all tools, engines, they may have placed on said land. In witness whereof we the parties hereunto bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, administrators and assigns each unto the other firmly by these presents dealed with our seals date and year first above written. Henry House (Seal), C. C. Vaumeter (Seal)

Witness present

W. H. Wheeler

A. W. D. Berry

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State of Tennessee Sumner County - Personally appeared before me John L. Bugg, Clerk of the County Court of said county, Henry House the bargainor with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that he made and executed the foregoing lease for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office July 13th 1865. John L. Bugg, Clerk, H. W. Bugg, Dep.

Rec'd. for registration at 8 o'clock AM July 13th 1865.

Registered and examined July 13th 1865. S. Hermans, Dep. Regr. for R. D. Moore, Regr. S. C.

 

Ray, Ralston To E. M. Covington & Co. - Lease

May 19th 1865 - This is to witness that Ralston Ray of Sumner County and state of Tennessee, lets, leases and grants for the term of thirty three (33) years to E. M. Covington & Co. of Warren County and state of Kentucky the sole and exclusive right to explore bore & mine for oil, salt, water, coal, iron, and other minerals in and upon the following lands. A tract of land lying on the waters of Drakes Creek Branch, being the same conveyed to me by Allen Bryant, to which deed reference is made for a more particular description is said to contain (148) one hundred and forty eight acres, adjoins the land of T. C. Hobdy, Samuel Bush, Mrs. King, Catharine Bush, T. Kirby, W. W. Lynch, J. Ray, Fredrick Perdue, Wyatt Perdue, the fort blunt & Mitchellville Road, and the right to underlet the whole or any part thereof also the right at any time to remove all tools, engines, and machinery etc. employed in such work, and all rights of way necessary in said business in consideration whereof said Ralston Ray shall have and receive (1/8) one eighth part of all oil, salt, coal, and minerals obtained from said land to be delivered on the premises and shall have the right to prevent and stop such part from being removed or taken therefrom said boring or mining to commence at any time within (4) four years from this date otherwise this lease to be null and void and both parties discharged from all its obligations. It is further agreed and understood that said Ralston Ray shall not be disturbed in the cultivation or enjoyment of said land except in so far as may be necessary the purposes above expressed and shall fully compensated for any wood or timber that may be used. Ralston Ray, E. M. Covington & Co.

W. H. Ray

W. H. Wheeler

 


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