Sanderson Dist. No. 1
THE NEW COUNTY COURT HOUSE 1908
Record Book ‘D’ Page 73-74:
8th day of September 1887: Carr B. McClenny and wife Ada of Village of Macclenny (as spelled in deed) and The County Commissioners of said county and their successors in office in trust for and for the uses and benefits of all the people of said county for county purposes. Paralled with Fifth Street 66 feet, thence in a westerly direction paralled with said McIvor Ave 214 feet etc.
Page 232 Deed Book ‘D’ page 800: Ada Macclenny and C.B. McClenny to County Commissioners July 20, 1907. Land in an Easterly direction paralled with said McIvor Ave 214 feet in a southerly direction.
Recorded in deed book ‘J’ pages 536 through 540. On 2nd day of September A.D. 1908 Jane Herndon, widow, J. Deese and his wife Dmeilla Deese, J.R. Lindsey and the wife Lola B. Lindsey, all of Baker County Florida and Willis Altman, his wife Eliza Altman, Lillie Herndon, widow, Domaris Herndon, unmarried, all of Duval County Fl., G.W. Herndon and his wife Fannie Herndon of county of Lee in state of Florida, Julian Herndon, widower of the county of St. Johns, Clyde Herndon, a minor, conveying sole heirs of the late John R. Herndon deceased of Baker County who died possessed of the heirs conveyer property and other property in county and the county commissioners of said county of Baker deeming it to the best interest to purchase the land herein after described as a site for erecting a court house in the Town of Macclenny in said county. Board of County Commissioners consisting of J.A. Taylor, Chairman, J.E. Sessions, J.E. Burnsed, S.E. Dobson and J.W. Mann. (Purchased land from above people. Whose names all appear with seal in record.
Book ‘K’ page 61, J.R. Lindsey made 4th day of September 1908. Between Lindsey and his wife Lola B. Lindsey, sold property for sum of One hundred twenty five and no/100 cents.
Submitted by LaViece Smallwood 6/22/02
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