Franklin County Deeds

 
 
FRANKLIN COUNTY, NC - LAND, Hartsfield to Cooley, 29 Aug 1834
This Indenture mad this Twenty ninth day of August in the year of our
Lord One thousand Eight hundred & Thirty four between James Hartsfield
of the one part of the County of Franklin and State of North Carolina
and Jacob H. Cooley of the same State and County of the other part --
Witnesseth that the said James Hartsfield for and in Consideration
of the sum of Three thousand & seventy five Dollars to him in hand
paid by the said Jacob H. Cooley the receipt whereof the said James
artsfield hath bargained sold and Conveyed and by these presents
doth absolutely bargain sell and Convey unto him the said Jacob
H. Cooley one certain Tract or parcel of Land lying in the aforesaid
County of Franklin and bounded as folloows Situate lying and
being on the south side of big crooked Creek and lying on both
sides of little Crooked creek bounded by and lying adjacent 
to the land of Hardy W. Thorp Levin Perry Baly Perry & Charity
Spivey Containing nine hundred and Ninety seven Acres more
or less to him the said Jacob H. Cooley and his heirs for ever and
the sd. James Hartsfield for him self his heirs Executors and
Administratiors do warrent and for ever defend to him the
said Jacob H. Cooley and his heirs a fee simple right to the
said Tract of Land together with all the improvements
and importenences thereunto belonging to him the said Jacob H. Cooley
and his heirs forever against the claim or claims of any other
person or persons in presents of us as Witnesses the day and
date above written
Test-                                       James Hartsfield {seal}
A. Whiless
Simon Williams, Jurat.

Franklin County -- December Sessions 1834
                I hereby Certify that the execution of
the foregoing Deed was duly proven in open Court by the
oath of Simon Williams & was on Motion ordered to be Registered
                                        Test.  S. Patterson, Clk.
The foregoing Deed is duly & truly Registered the 19th June 1835
                                     Test.  D. Young  P.R.

 

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