Franklin County Deeds

 

FRANKLIN COUNTY, NC - LAND, Debnam to Hartsfield, 25 Feb 1836

This Indenture made and entered into this the 25th day of February in
the year of our Lord One Thousand eight hundred and Thirty Six between
Thomas R. Debnam of the County of Franklin State of North Carolina of
the one part and James Hartsfield of the same County & State of the
other part. Witnesseth, That the said Thomas R. Debnam for & in
consideration of the Sum of Nine Hundred & Fifty Dollars to him in hand
paid the receipt for Which Sum is in Virtue of of these presents duly
acknowledged hath bargained Sold and Conveyed & by these presents doth
absolutely bargain & sell to the said James HArtsfield and his Heirs
forever One Certain Tract piece or parcel of Land being in the aforesaid
County of Franklin adjoining the lands of Amos Wheless & others it being a
part of the Lands Knew as teh John Williams Tract Containing Two Hundred
& Seventy five acres more or Less to have and to hold the aforesaid Lands
with all the appertinances thereunto belonging to him the Said
James Hartsfield free from the lawful Claim or Claims of any
person or persons Whatsoever and the Said Thomas R. Debnam
for himself His heirs executors or administrators herey Covenant
to & agree to and with the said James Hartsfield that he is at the
time of Signing & Sealing these presence Possessed of a good sure
and perfect state of inheretance in fee simple of in & to the said
Tract of Land and that he will warrant the Same to the Said James
Hartsfield his Heirs and Assigns forever. In Witness whereof the said
Thomas R. Debnam hath hereunto Set his hand and Seal this day and
year above Written
Signed & Sealed in } Thos. R. Debnam {seal}
presence of us Witnesses}
Nathan Pearce }
Littleberry Mullins }

Franklin County -- December Sessions 1836
I hereby certify that the execution of the within
Deed was duly acknowledged in open Court by Thomas R.
Debnam and was on Motion ordered to be Registered
Test. S. Patterson Clk
The foregoing Deed is duly & truly Registered This 31st March 1837
Test D. Young P.R.

Contributed  by: Eric Hartsfield EricHartsfield@aol.com