GOAD SPRINGS CEMETERY
Benton County, Arkansas Deeds, Book B, Page 488
Be it remembered on this the 11th day of February 1853 That we Robert and
Elizabeth Hubbard his wife do give grant unto James E. Cowan Isaac Griffith & George
Creager as trustees and their successor forever for the use of a grave yard school and
meeting house for all orthodox denominations to preach in under name of Liberty the
following tract or parcel of land to wit: Beginning on the section line between sections
10 & 11 Eighty rod south of the section corner at a corner between James E. Cowan
and Robert Hubbard Runing with the line between the said Cowan and Hubbard forty
Poles thence south forward Thirty Poles thence westward Thirty four Poles to the
beginning including seven acres more or less it being section Eleven Township
Eighteen and rang Thirty west and to have the use of sd Hubbards spring for the use
of the house sd further bind our selves and heirs and assigns forever to warrant and
defend the title of the same James E. Cowan Isaac Griffith & Gorge Creager as trustees
and their successors forever in testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and
Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of ) Robert Hubbard (SEAL)
Attest Wm. A. Cowan ) Elizabeth X Hubbard (SEAL)
Sam A. Cowan )
Personally appeared Robert Hubbard and Elizabeth Hubbard his wife before me
Gorge Creager Justice of the Peace in and for Benton County and State of Arkansas
And acknowledged that they sind the within for the purposes therein set forth and
contained the said Elizabeth Hubbard first being said acquainted with the contents
thereof acknowledges that she sind and relinquishes her dowry to said land of her own
free will without any undue influence of her said husband.
Given under my hand this February the 11th 1853.
Gorge Creager J. P.
Filed and recorded the 26 day of February 1853.
A.G. Williams Clerk
Ex Officio Recorder.
NOTE: This deed is presented exactly as it was written in its typed version. The Benton
County Deeds and Mortgages have both the typed and handwritten version of the deed
available for reference on microfilm. Nancy McClellan Feroe