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Gardner Deeds & Land Records

Gardner Deed Book Records, 1804 - 1843
Nash Co. & Warren Co., NC


1804, Josiah Baucom to Thomas Gardner, Warren Co., NC

This Indenture made this Twentyeth Day of January In the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred & Fore Between Josiah Baucom of Anson County in the province of North Carolina of the one part and Thos. Guardner of Warren County and province aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth That the sd. Josiah Baucom for and Inconsideration of the sum of Six pounds Virga Money to him In hand paid By the said Thos. Guardner the receipt whereof The said Josiah Baucom Doth hereby Acknowledge hath granted Bargain’d & sold & Releas’d and confirm’d and by these presents doth grant Bargain’d and sell Releas’d and confirm’d unto The said Thos. Guardner his heirs executors administrators and assigns forever one Certain Tract or Parcel of Land Lying & Being in the County of Warren and province aforesaid & Bounded as Followeth, To wit Beginning at Wm Rodwells Corner on Guardners line thencealong Rodwells Line West Course to Guardners Thence along the said Guardners Line South Course to Hartwell Willsons Line thence along his Line an east course to a corner on Guardners Line thence along Guardners Line a North course to the Beginning Containing Nineteen & a half Acres of Land also all our parts of the widows Thirds at her Death together with all the advantages & privileges Belonging There to have and to hold the said tract of Land and primises above mentioned with the appurtinances unto the said Thos. Guardner his heirs Executors adminstrators & assigns forever to the only proper use and Behoof of The said Thos. Guardner his heirs and assigns forever and the said Josiah Baucom for him self and the Joint Legatees of which him of the Children of Willaim Tolson To wit Daniel Tolson Marry Harrison Nancy Tolson Elizabeth Tolsen ____ Tolson Doth bind him self his heirs Executors & administrators & assigns Doth covenant to and with the said Thos Guardner his heirs Executors administrators & assigns that the said Josiah Baucom for himself & his heirs doth covenant grant To and agree with the said Thos. Guardner & his heirs That he and they shall at all Times hereafter peaceable & quietly hold & Enjoy The said Land and premises free from all incumberances what Ever and he the said Josiah Baucom & his heirs shall & Will warrant and forever Defend the said Land & premises with their and every of Their appertinances unto the said Thos. Guardner his heirs and assigns for Ever against all and every other person or persons that May hereafter Lay any Claim----- to in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal the day & year first written signed sealed & Delrd.

his                    
Josiah x Baucom {seal}
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In the presence of
Test
John Pryor Jurat }
William Verser }

Warren County Feby Court 1804 John Pryor proved this Deed in open court which is ordered to be Registered.

Test Mduke Johson CCC

This Deed was truly Registered this 25th Day of January 1805 By James Johnson Public Register__Jk

Source: Transcribed from the Warren Co. Deed Bk. 17, pg. 33, by C. K. Wilson.


1814, Nathan Ward to George Gardner, Nash Co., NC

This Indenture made this of February in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight Hundred and Fourteen Between Nathan Ward of the County of Nash and state of North Carolina of the one part and Gorge Gardner of the aforesaid County and State of the other part.. Witnesseth that the said Nathan Ward for and inconsideration of the sum of Two Hundred & Thirty one Dollars and seventy five cents To him in hand paid before the Sealing and Delivery hereof the receipt Doth hereby acknowledge and hereof acquit and Discharge the said Gorge Gardner hath given granted Bargained and sold and by these presents doth give grant Bargain and sell unto the said Gorge Gardner a Certain Tract or parcell of Land lying and being in the County and State above mentioned which is a Tract, of the plantation called Prior Gardners, the Middle Lott Thats lott No.2.. containing by Estimation One Hundred and twenty acres more or less and bounded as follows begining at a post oak in Derrings line and running South 75 ˝ poles to a white Oak on the south side of Greens Branch thence West 358 pols to a hicory in the said Gardners line thence his line North 75 ˝ poles to a black oak thence East 358 poles to the first Station. To Have and to Hold the said Tract or parcell of Land with every Benefit, Privilege and appertainances thereunto Belonging to the only proper use Benefit and Behoof of him the said Gorge Gardner his heirs and assigns forever and the said Nathan Ward himself his heirs Executors and Administrators doth hereby agree to Warrant and forever defend the Title and property of the above granted Land and premises and every part and parcell thereof against the Claims and Demands of any person or persons whatsoever unto the said Gorge Gardner his heirs and assigns forever. In Witness whereof the said Nathan Ward hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year above written.

Nathan Ward {seal}

Signed sealed & delivered}
In presences of------ us }
Jno. Derring }
Benja. Blount }

Nash County }

February Term 1814

Foregoing Deed was duly
proven in Open Court by the oath of John Derring
& ordered to be registered.

Wm. Hall C C

And is registered
Test. L. P. Ellen P. R.

Source: Transcribed from a copy of the Nash Co. Deed Bk. 9, pg. 74, by C. K. Wilson.


1822, James & Martha Avent to John Derring, Nash Co., NC

Between James Avent and Martha Avent his wife of the county of Nash and State of N. Carolina of the one part and John Derring of the County and State aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that the said James Avent and Martha his wife for and in consideration of the sum of One Hundred and forty two Dollars to them in hand paid before the sealing & Delivery hereof the receipt we doth hereby acknowledge and Discharge the said John Derring have given granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth Give grant bargain and sell unto the said John Derring a certain parcel of Land lying and being in the County of Nash aforesaid containing by Estimation Sixty three acres more or less and bounded as follows. Beginning at a red oak in the Boans line, thence running South 75 ˝ poles to a corner White Oak called Worses corner in the said Derrings line thence West 134 poles along Worses line thence North 75 ˝ poles to Boans line a corner persimmon Tree thence along Boans line to the first Station. It being part of the Land Willed by Gorge Gardner Dea' cd, to my wife Martha Avent & Mary P. Derring also another Tract or parcell of Land Containing by Estimation Sixty three acres more or less & Bounded as follows. Beginning at a White Oak Wards Dividing comer in sd. Derrings line formerly Drakes line thence south 75 ˝ poles to a post oak sd. Dossinger & Wards corner now Avents thence West 134 Poles to a Dogwood at Derrings other corner formerly Prior Gardners & Doakers corner thense N. 75 ˝ poles to a Dividing line Between Avent & Gardner Thence along said line last to the Beginning. It lies in Nash County adjoining the first Mentioned Tract of Land which was purchased by sd. Avent & John Ward. Also another Tract or parcell of Land containing by Estimation Five acres more or less & Bounded as follows. Begining at Lizongo Fenwick Battles & Peter Arrington corner white oak thence North to the New Road thence South along sd. Derrings line to Chamblys line thence along sd. line to the Beginning that has generally been called the Mosely to Friloc. To have and to hold the said One Hundred and Thirty one acres of land and premises with every Benefit and Privilege & Appertenances thereunto belonging to the only proper use benefit and behoof of him the said John Derring his heirs and assigns forever and the said James Avent and Martha Avent his wife for themselves their heirs, Exec. & Admin. Doth Warrant and forever defend the titled property of the above granted premises unto the said John Derring his heirs forever against the Claim or demand of any person or persons whatsoever. In Witness whereof the Said James Avent & Martha Avent his wife hath hereunto set their hands and seals the Day and Year above Written.

James Avent { seal }

Signed sealed & Delivered}
the presence of }
Tho. Armstrong }
Carter Arrington }

Nash County}

July Session 1822

the written Deed was Duly Acknowledged in
Open Court and on Motion Ordered to be Recorded
and is Registered ____ ____ Ethan ____ Wm H____

Source: Transcribed from a microfilm copy the Nash Co. Deed Bk. 10, pg. 331, by C. K. Wilson.


1822, Quit Claim, John & Mary P. Derring, Nash Co., NC

This is to certify that John Derring and Mary P. Derring doth ____ ____ full satisfaction of claims ____ ____ ____ part of the Land Willed by George Gardner Deed to Mary P. Derring and Martha Avent, ( strike through) As Witness we hereto set our hand and seal Seals this 31st day of May 1819.

John Derrring {Seal}

Witness
Tho. J Armstrong }
Carter Arrington }

Nash County (illegible) 1822
the written receipt was acknowledged in Open Court
and ordered to be registered Attest Wm. _________
And is Registered by ______ ______

Source: Transcribed from the Nash Co. Deed Bk. 10, pg. 336, by C. K. Wilson.


1828, George Gardner to Jonathan Judge, Nash Co., NC

This Indenture made this twenty third day of February in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and twenty eight between George Gardner, of the one part, and Jonathan Judge, of the other, both of the County of Nash and State of North Carolina. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the Sum of Forty eight Dollars to the said George Gardner in hand by the Said Judge at and before the Sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof the said George Gardner doth hereby acknowledge hath granted, bargained, and sold and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff, release and confirm unto the Said Jonathan Judge, his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of Land as premises Situate lying and being in the County And State aforesaid containing by estimation nineteen and one fourth acres be the same more or less and bounded as follows. Beginning at a Maple on the Brushy Branch and running East One Hundred pole to a dead red oak - Thence South eighty pole to a Maple on the aforesaid Branch - Thence down the meanders thereof to the beginning. To have and to hold the aforesaid Tract of Land and premises with all and Singular the appertenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the said Jonathan J. Judge, his heirs and assigns and Said George Gardner for himself and his heirs will forever warrant and defend the right, title, claim and interest of the Said Tract of Land and premises against all and every person or persons whatsoever unto the Said Jonathan J. Judge his heirs and assigns forever. In Witness whereof the Said George Gardner hereunto Set his hand and Seal the day and date above written.

Presence of }
Jos. Arrington }
Will Brinkley }

State of North Carolina
Nash County
Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions
November Term 1830

The foregoing Deed of Sale from George Gardner to Jonatham J. Judge was proven in Open Court by the oath of Joseph Arrington a Subscribing Witness thereto and ordered to be registered.

Attest Benja. H. Blount CCC

And is registered in Obedience thereto.

Attest Tho. H. Drake PR

Source: Transcribed from a copy of the Nash Co. Deed Bk. 13, pg. 339, by C. K. Wilson.


1834, Holeman Gardner to Stephen Sturdyvant, Nash Co., NC

This Indenture made this Thirtyeth day of September in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and thirty Four between Holeman Gardner of Nash Co. & State of North Carolina of the one part and Stephen Sturdyvant of the County and State aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that the Said Holeman Gardner for and in Consideration of the Sum of Six Hundred and Fifty Dollars to him in hand paid by the Said Sturdyvant at or before the ensealing and delivering of these Presents the Rect. whereof the Said Gardner doth hereby Acknowledge and Confess and him the Said Sturdyvant thereof aquit Exonerate & discharge hath given Granted Bargained Sold a certain tract or Parcel of Land lying and being in the County of Nash and State aforesaid Bounded as follows. Beginning at a Corner Red Oak Arthur Davis Corner now supposed to be Joel Ropers thence So. 144 Pole to another Corner Red Oak Said Davis Corner Supposed to be now Said Ropers thence E 228 pole to a Corner Red Oak Sd. Davis now Ropers, thence South 100 Pole to another Corner of Said Davis a Red Oak thence E 180 pole to another Red Oak in Frank Wards Line Thence No.250 pole to another Red Oak in Said Wards line. Thence West to the beginning. To have and to hold the above bargained premises and all its appurtenances thereunto belonging unto Sd. Stephen Sturdyvant to his Heirs and assigns forever. Free from the Claim of him the Sd. Holeman Gardner or from the Claim or Claims of all and every other person or persons Whatsoever in Witness whereof I have hereunto Set my hand and Seal the day and date above Writen. Signed Sealed and Acknowledge

Holeman Gardner {seal}

in presence of }
Witness }
James Dozier + }
Fed Battle }

State of North Carolina }
Nash County }

Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions
November Term 1834

The foregoing Deed of Sale was duly proven in open Court by the Oath of James Dozier a Subscribing Witness thereto and Ordered to be Registered.

Attest A. Whitfield C.C.C.

And is Registered by
P. W. Lamkin P. R.

Source: Transcribed from a copy of the Nash Co. Deed Bk. 15, pg. 311, by C. K. Wilson.


1838, Petition, George & Nancy Gardner, Nash Co., NC

State of North Carolina Nash County

Whereas hereunto to wit ab. March Term 1838 a Petition for the sale of real Estate for the purpose of partition was filed in the Court of equity for the County of Nash ab. the instance of George Gardner & wife & others Heirs at Law of the late Benjamin Blount dec'd among whom was Nancy wife of George Gardner said sale took place. Subsequently to wit, on the 13th day of November 1838 whereupon it was deemed that the proceeds thereof Should be divided according to the respective rights of the Said heirs one seventh part being the share of the Said Nancy and whereas She is of converting the same unto personnal Estate for the use of her husband the said George Gardner. Now therefore, this Indenture entered into this 10th day of May, in the year of our Lord, One thousand eight hundred and forty two between George Gardner and wife Nancy of the one part and William B. Gardner of the other part all of the County of Nash and State of North Carolina Witnesseth that, for and in consideration of the Sum of five cents to the said George Gardner & wife Nancy in hand paid by the said William B. Gardner the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged. The Said George Gardner & wife Nancy have bargained, sold, assigned and released and by these presents do hereby bargain, sell, assign and release to the Said William B. Gardner all rights titles and interest which they or either of them have is the proceeds of the real Estate as aforesaid in trust. Nevertheless for the sale use and property of George Gardner. In witness Whereof the said George and Nancy have hereunto put their hands and seals this day and date above written.

George Gardner { seal }
Nancy Gardner {seal}

Signed Sealed & delivered }
In the presences of }
Jno. H. Drake }

State of North Carolina}
Nash County }

Courts of Pleas & Quarter Sessions
May Term 1842

George Gardner and wife Nancy come into Open Court and acknowledges the foregoing instrument to be their acts and deed whereupon Jacob Ing a member of the courts now sitting I appointed to examine said Nancy touching this voluntary assent thereto.

Samual Brown CCC

In pursuance of the above order I have examined Said Nancy separate and apart from her husband George Gardner & she says that she executed the said deed freely voluntarily and without any constraint whatsoever. Given me as my hand & seal this 11th day of May 1842.

Jacob Ing PR

State of North Carolina}
Nash County }

Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions
May Term 1842

The foregoing deed of sale from George Gardner & wife Nancy to William B. Gardner was duly acknowledged in Open Court and its appearing to the satisfaction of the Court from the Reports of Jacob Ing Esqr. a member of this Court who was appointed to take the private examinations of the Said Nancy that She had freely and voluntarily executed the Said deed is ordered to be Registered together with the orders and certificates.

Attest Saml.Brown CCC

And is registered.
Attest J. J. J. Taylor P. R.

Source: Transcribed from the Nash Co. Deed Bk. 17, pg. 290 & 291, by C. K. Wilson.


1843, George Gardner to Thomas W. Avent, Nash Co., NC

This Indenture made this 28th of April A. D. one thousand eight hundred and forty three between George Gardner of the county of Nash and State of North Carolina of the one part and Thomas W. Avent of the County and State aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that the Said George Gardner, for and in consideration of the Sum of Two hundred and thirty two dollars in hand paid by the Said Thomas W. Avent at the time of executing these presents the rect. whereof is acknowledged hath granted bargained Sold conveyed aliened and confirmed and by these presents doth grant, bargain Sell convey alien & confirm unto the said Thomas W. Avent his heirs and assigns a certain Tract or parcel of land in the County of Nash and State of North Carolina bounded as follows (viz): begining at a corner black Jack formally Said Avents & John Derrings corner now Said Avents & Derring thence South 1 ˝ deg. West 129 pole to a corner red oak formally Said Gardners and Avents corner thence South 88 deg. West 140 to a pine formally Sally Avents line now Thomas Avents line thence North 81 pole to a black Jack corner thence South 84 deg. East 68 pole to a hickory near the road thence North 52 ˝ deg. East 96 pole to the first Station containing Eighty Acres to have and to hold the Said land & premises & all & singularly the tenements hereditarments, woods, ways, mines, minerals, improvements & appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to him the said Thomas W. Avent his heirs and assigns to his and their own use and behoof in fee simple forever and the Said Thomas W. Avent his heirs and assigns shall and will warrant and forever defend from the lawful claim or claims of any & all persons whatsoever. In testimony whereof the said George Gardner doth hereunto set his hand and seal the date first above written. Signed sealed and

George Gardner {seal}

delivered }
In presences of }
A. Arrington }
Francis Avent }

State of North Carolina }
Nash County }

Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions
May Term 1843

The foregoing deed was duly proven in Open Court by the Oath of Francis Avent one of the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered.

Attest Saml Brown CCC

And is Registered. attest J. J. J. Taylor P R

Source: Transcribed from a copy of the Nash Co. Deed Bk. 18, pg. 18, by C. K. Wilson.


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