|DATE||HILDEBRAND||SOLD TO:||Book / page|
|1825||Abraham||Hamilton C. Williams||B/249|
|1830||Isaac heirs||Wm. Russell||C/185|
|1842||Wm (by sheriff)||Isaac Benton||F/282|
|1844||Jonathan||John S. Matthews||G/3|
|1848||Jonathan||Thomas H. Maddox||I/190|
|1849||Jonathan||Thos. H. Maddox||I/378|
|1851||Philip & Peter||Willis H. Bittick||K/219|
|1851||Jackson||David B. Null||K/287|
|1852||Louis M.||John Herrington||K/534|
|1852||David R.||Caleb Hildebrand||K/186|
|1852||Stephen||Wm. M. Price||L/424|
|1855||William||Francis M. Owen||M/464|
|1857||Silas M.||Israel Lee||N/495|
|1859||Martin C.||Isaac F. Wilson||P/250|
|1859||John S.& Maleta||Isaac F. Wilson||P/250|
|1859||Martin||Marshal & Elizabeth Price||P/445|
|1862||Henry||James F. Foster||S/266|
|1864||Henry||Emma D. Quate||T/345|
|DEED INDEX||- INDIRECT|
|1825||Jonathan||Samuel Hammond (by sheriff)||B/234|
|1826||Peter-by guardian||Lanard Wideman||B/339|
|1836||Henry||Wm. G. Cunningham||D/166|
|1839||David||Michael Null, Hamilton Wms|
|-||-||& Peter Hildebrand||E/138|
|1842||Peter||Samuel Byrns, Wm. C. Carr,|
|1850||Polly & Benj.||Samuel Pepper||K/265|
|1851||Caleb of||Willis Chandler, John R. Stowe||K/466|
|1852||Caleb||title bond from Wm. Hill||L/155|
p. 196: 4 Dec 1824: Indenture made between David Null and Elizabeth Null, his wife, both of the County of Jefferson, State of MO on the one part and Abraham Hillebran of the other part. For $300 David Null sells to Abraham Hilderbran land . . . containing 200 arpens, being part of a tract of land formerly owned by Peter Hillebran, with all the appurtenances, such as woods, ways, and waters, lying and being in county aforesaid, on the west side of Big River, and is one fourth part of the said tract of Land claimed by Peter Hildebran . . . .. . . David Null and Elizabeth, his wife . .
p. 234-5 Jonathan Hilderbrand of Samuel Hammond - purchased land at sheriff's auction Dec. 1824. (The sheriff had siezed a tract of land belonging to Samuel Hammond and put it up for sale). Land situated near Sulphur Springs by the name of the Drennin place. Samuel & Jonathan went together to purchase whole tract. Recorded 1 July 1825
p. 249 Abm. Hillebrand and Sally, his wife of the county of Jefferson, State of MO, for and in consideration of the good will, love, and affection we have toward, and for our son-in-law, Hamilton C. Williams, of the county and state aforesaid, do by these presents give, grant, convey and confirm unto him the said Hamilton C. Williams his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land situated in the county aforesaid being part of a certain tract of land whereon the said Abraham Hildebrand and Sally his wife now resides, it being confirmed to the said Abraham, by the United States which will more fully appear on record (Recorder's Office, St. Louis) . . .
Boundaries: laid out by poles and compass degrees to oak tree points . . . etc. 160 acres, 1/4 of survey. Witness: Elinor Johnston, Thomas Johnston, J. P., George West
10 Aug 1825 Recorded 2 Oct 1825
p. 336 Same parties as above: Hamilton C. Williams and Jane, his wife, of St. Louis County sell to Abraham Hildebrand for $180, 160 acres of original claim. (Sold back to Abraham?)
p. 332 25 Nov 1826: Jonathan Hildebrand and Jane, his wife, sold to Jabez Warner for $30 : parcel on waters of Grand Glaize Creek, 640 acres called the Drennon Place, "being the same land purchased by me at sheriff's sale 1 July 1820" on which Rowland R. Holmes now lives.
Witness: Channey Smith and J. Findley
p. 339 11 Dec 1826 Mark Wideman, guardian of Lenard Wideman, one of the heirs of John Wideman, decd and Peter Hildebrand, both of Jefferson County. For $112.50 Peter purchased 2 1/2 acres on Big River to include the mill and seat formerly owned and occupied by the decd, John Wideman.Recorded 11 Dec 1826
p. 389 25 Dec 1826: Jabez Farris and Elizabeth of St. Louis Co. sell to Peter Hildebrand for $430; parcel on south side of Meramec River near to what is called Clamorgan's Saline and was confirmed to James Clamorgan, lot #3 of the south range of lots. Sold by James Clamorgan to Clark & Carr (part of a tract of over 2,000 arpens).
p. 13 7 Aug 1826: Abraham Hillerbran and Bassheba, his wife and Isaac Hillerbran and Nancy, his wife of the one part and Michael Null of the second part purchasing for $150 a tract . . of land
containing 426 2/3 arpents, situated on Big River, County of Jefferson, joining a claim of Abraham Hellebran on the West and public lands to the north, east and south and confirmed to Isaac Hildebrand, decd which the said Abraham and Isaac Hildebrand obtained as heirs of Isaac Hildebrand, decd.
p. 34: 13 Nov 1827: Peter Hildebrand and Elizabeth, his wife, sell to Jacob Wideman, both of Jefferson Co. for $112.50 . . sell a certain moriety of an undivided tract situated on Big River in Jefferson Co. containing 2 1/2 acres including the mill and seat built, owned and formerly occupied by John Wideman.Witnessed: Abraham Hildebrand and Peter Sullens
p. 185 Land sold for auction -- non-resident, non payment of taxes. Assessed to Isaac HIldebrand heirs in Twp. 42 & 43, Range 3 & 4. Owed $. 212 acres taxed in 1828. William Russell purchased this tract and 3 others for $30.51. Total of 2,500 acres.
p. 365 25 Apr 1830: David and Eva Bryant sell to David Heldebrand for $100 a parcel on Big River - East 1/2 of S.E. fractional qtr of Sec. 29, T.43, R 4E--51 acres, the same tract purchased by David Bryant from the U.W. at St. Louis land office.Recorded 8 May 1833. (This at Byrnes Mill)
p. 371 23 March 1833 Peter Hildebrand and Elizabth to John Ranclover for $600: Lot #3 in the South range of lots, of a survey 2720 arpents of a survey claimed by Jaques Clamorgan on Big Saline Creek. Lot contains 226 arpens; bounded on the south by public lands, east by William Boli; north by Carr and Clark, west by Samuel Burns and Josiah Longworth.Attest: Wm. Boly and Thomas Perclom
p. 423 21 Nov 1823: Abraham Hildebrand and Sarah to John Hildebrand for $150, 150 acres; bonded on north by Israel Lee; south by public land.Wit. Samuel Graham and Benjamin Huckteah (?)
p. 341 24 Mar 1819: Michael Null and Margaret, his wife, both of Jefferson, Territory of Missouri, of the one part and Abraham Johnston of the second part: For $1,500 lawful currency of the U.S. A. Johnston paid to Michael Null that parcel now resides with dwelling houses, barn, stables and other improvements; commencing at SW corner of Adam House's confirmed claim of 400 arpens on Head's Creek deeded to Wm. Russell, forerly of the County of St.Louis. (Wm. Russell deeded to Michael Null containing 240 arpens or 250 acres)
p. 580: Recorded 31 July 1833: David Manchester sells to Abraham Hildebrand the east fractional 1/2 of SW fractional qtr of Sec 12, T. 42, R. 3E - 41 acres for $325.
p. 62: 15 Feb 1836: Abraham Hildebrand and Sally to David Manchester for $325. a tract: east fractional 1/2 of SW qtr of Sec 12, T 42, R 3E -- 41 acres.Wit: James Winn, J.P. for Jefferson County
p. 87: 21 Nov 1833: Abraham Hildebrand and Sarah, his wife to David Hildebrand, Jr. $150 for 150 acres beginning SW corner of original survey of Abraham Hildebrand's land where he now lives.Wit: Samuel Graham and Benjamin Hackstep.
p. 166 24 Oct 1836: William G. Cunningham and wife Elizabeth to Henry Hilderbrand, $70 for tract: NW qtr of NE qtr Sec 24, T 42, R3. 40 acres. Same original entryof Wm. G. Cunningham entered at St. Louis in the U.S. Land Office.Filed for record 27 Oct 1836.
p. 618 26 June 1838: William Hildebrand and Elizabeth to Henry Hildebrand $200 tract on waters of Big River: SW qtr of NW qtr Sec 27, T42, R 3E. 40 acres. William Hildebrand entered at US Land Office in St. Louis.Witnessed: Samuel Hildebrand and Samuel Graham
p.54: 10 July 1837: William Hilterbrand to Jonathan Denning (sic) both of Jefferson Co. $50 for 40 acres. Land SW qtr of NW qtr; Sec 34; T42, R-3. Recorded 28 Jan 1839 (note: no wife at this time)
p. 87 24 Feb 1838: William Hilderbrand and Elizabeth, wife to James Owen both of Jefferson Co., MO. $180 for 40 acres: SW qtr of NW qtr: Sec 27, T24, R3.Wit: James Winn and J. McCustion
p. 138: 24 Oct 1837: Michael Null & Eliza, wife, Hamilton C. Williams and Jane, wife, and Peter Hilderbrand and Betsy, his wife. The said Eliza Jane and Peter being the children of
To David Hildebrand for $1 640 acres, confirmed to Abraham Hildebrand, father of David, with exception of 1/3 of tract conveyed to William Russell. (intersecting line between twps 42 & 43, R3 at one point) Signed by marks: Michael Null, Eliza Null, Peter Hilderbrand, Hamilton C. Williams, Jane Williams, Elizabeth Hilderbrand.Recorded 10 Nov 1837, Henry Chouteau, Clk
p. 141: 23 July 1839: John Null and Sarah (Sarah heir to Abraham Hildebrand, decd) to David Hildebrand, decd, heirs: $100 for 1/9 part of right to 640 acres of land confirmed to Abraham
Hildebrand, father of Sarah Null --with exception of 1/3 of tract to William Russell and 150 acres to aforesaid David Hildebrand, parcel at Negro Fork. (Does not list heirs of David)
p. 361: 23 Nov 1840: Jonathan Hildebrand to Claiborn Thomas $237.13 for a tract on Big River, his residence containing 400 arpens confirmed to John Hildebrand and conveyed to Jonathan and recorded at St. Louis.Signed Jonthan Hillebran
p. 412 27 Apr 1840: Jacob Wickersham and Delila,his wife, to Jonathan Hilderbrand and Sarah, wife; John Ogle and Elizabeth, wife, Aquilla Wichersham and Sarah, wife, Samuel Herrington, and Susan, wife of the one part -- sell to Duiguid Pitzer. $60 each to them. Convey by right as heirs at law of the late Jacob Wickerham, Sr. of Jefferson County. A tract on Big River: Bounded north by Big River, SW ;by John Wickerham (deeded by Aquilla Wicherham), south bythe headline of Jacob Wickerham (willed by Jacob), N.E. by Belew's Creek.Recorded 28 July 1840 (All signed by marks)
p. 170: 15 Dec 1838: Josiah Longworth and wife, Margaret to Peter Hildebrand: $300 for 76 acres bounded North end of lot #2 in lots of a survey of 2727 arpens surveyed for Wm. C. Carr and William Clark by Joseph C. Brown. Land Josiah had purchased from Isaac McFaddin.Recorded 23 June 1842
p. 339: 21 Feb 1837: Samuel Byrns and Nancy, wife to Peter Hildebrand for $174. Part of lots 1 & 2 of a tract of 2720 arpens lying on Big Salean (sic) Creek, survey for Wm. C. Carr & Wm Clark. Byrns had purchased from John Greegen.Recorded 9 May 1843
p. 3: 4 Jan 1842: Jonathan Heldebrand to John S. Matthews and C.S. and L.J. Rankin of the third part all of Jefferson Co. Hildebrand indebted to Rankins sell tract on Big River, 400 arpens
confirmed to John Hellibran and conveyed to Jonathan at St. Louis. Sold to highest bidder at Hillsboro. Rec. 17 Jan 1844.
all of the counties of St. Genevieve, Jefferson and St. Louis. Sell to: Samuel Byrns and Hamilton C. Williams of St. Louis and Jefferson Counties. $135 for 462 arpens in R4; T 43, Sec 16: Land on Big River on the east side, 3 miles from the mouth. Known as John Peyatt Claim.Recorded 10 June 1845.
p. 471: 2 Jan 1846: Michael Null, Sr. and Margaret, to Isaac Herrington for $24, 4 acres: Commencing middle of Bear Creek at its mouth and in the forks of the branches of Bear and Head's Creeks north to survey #666: T42, R4; East to land of Null and Byrns, etc.
p. 190: Jonathan and Sarah Hildebrand to Thomas Maddox for $35, part of land on Big River; survey #395: 1 1/2 acre. Recorded 5 June 1848.
p. 365: Jackson Hildebrand to John Herrington: $250 for 136 acres. Bounded: NE fractional part of qtr of Sec 36, T42, R3.Recorded 22 March 1849
p. 378: 6 Mar 1849: Jonathan and Sarah to Thomas Maddox: $1203 Survey #359: Twp 42, R 3 of 340 acres.Recorded 9 Apr 1849
p.415: 5 May 1849: Jackson Hildebrand to John Herrington $200 for 136 acres: NE qtr Sec 36, T42, R3.Recorded 18 May 1849
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