Franklin County Deeds

 
 
 
 
FRANKLIN COUNTY, NC - DEEDS- Heartsfield to Heartsfield, 31 Dec 1796
 
This Indenture mad this 31 day of December in the
year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Ninety six Between
Jacob Hartsfield of the County of Franklin in the State of North
Carolina of the one part and Andrew Heartsfield of the County of Wake
and State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Jacob
Heartsfield for and in consideration of the sum of five pounds currancy
of the aforesaid State but more Espessily <sic> for the love and sosiety? 
the sd. Jacob Heartsfield hath for his son Andrew Heartsfied 
to him in hand paid at or before the ensealing and delivery hereof the 
receipt is hereby acknowledged and the said Jacob Heartsfield to he the 
said Andrew Heartsfield hath hereby granted bargained sold and delivered 
and firmly by these presents doth fully and absolutely grant bargain sell 
and confirm unto the said Andrew Heartsfield his heirs and assigns forever 
a certain tracts or parcel of land in Franklin County containing Nine Hundred 
and Sixty acres be the same more or less including the plantation where I 
now live.  Beginning at a corner red oak Jacob Heartsfiled old corner red 
oak on the south side of Jacob Heartsfield mill creek runing east a cross 
the sd. creek fifty two poles to to a pine in Jeremiah Perry's line then 
north along the sd. line to his corner former hickory now a pine and red 
oak then east along the afresaid Perry's line to grait Crooked Creek to a 
willow oak on the creek, then up the sd. creek to a pine on the bank of the 
creek at the mouth of a branch that runs close by an old field called Amuses 
old field Turn Bulls line then up the sd. branch to a crooked white oak the 
north side the sd. branch then north along Turn Bulls line to a post oak 
then west along Turn Bulls line to a corner hickory & pine then north along 
the sd. line to a corner pine in the wido Mullings line, then west along 
her line to a corner white oak & hickory then south along Michels line to 
a corner post oak & pine, then west to a corner post oak & two red oaks 
along Michels line then south along Michels line to a white oak & pine then 
west along the sd. line to John Smiths corner post oak then south along 
Smiths line crossing the aforesaid mill creek along James Sanders line to 
a former corner red oac it is down now a pine and hickory in Robert Sanders 
line then east along the sd. line to the miry branch corner of his fence 
then down the said branch to the mouth <illegible> long Branch then down 
the long Branch to a poplar in <illegible> Heartsfield old line then east 
along the sd. line & Joseph Freemans  <illegible> to the first station to 
conclude nine hundred and sixty acres <illegible> be the same more or less 
together with all appurtanances to the sd. land belonging and appertaining 
and all his right title and interest in and to the sd. premises & every 
part and parcel thereof with the appurtanances therunto Belonging with all 
houses out houses and buldings thereon wood and under woods waters mines 
mills and all appertanance thereunto Belonging.  To have and to hold the 
sd. tract and parcel of land with all profits and privileges to the same 
belonging to he the said Andrew Heartsfield his heirs and assigns forever 
he or they paying tax for the same and the sd. Jacob Heartsfield his heirs 
and assigns Exrs. and admrs. doth covenant and agree that the above granted 
premises are free and clear of all charges and incumbrances whatsoever and 
he the said Jacob Heartsfield for himself his heirs Exrs. admrs. or aassigns 
shall and will warrant secrue and defend the property and sail of the sd. 
land and premises to he the said AndrewHeartsfield his heirs exrs. admrs. 
or assigns forever against the lawfull claim or demand of any person or 
persons whatsoever.  In witness whereof the sd. Jacob Heartsfield hath 
hereunto set & put his hand and seal the day and year first above written. 
Signed sealed and delivered}
in presence of us          } Interlined before assigned}
Simon Williams             }
John Williams              }                 Jacob Heartsfield  {seal}
William Dunn, Jurat        }
Henry Williams             }
Franklin County.  March sessions 1815  The within deed was exhibited
in open court and the execution thereof duly proved by the oat of
William Dunn and on motion ordered to be recorded.
                                        Test.  G. Kilgore? C.C.
The foregoing deed is duly registered
                                     Test. B. Terry  P.R.

 

 

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