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 Allen Co., KY Deed Book Abstracts

 

Deed Book B 1815-1819
Transcribed & Abstracted by Sharon Tabor© 2002

 

July 10, 1816.....I Broomfield LONG of the County of Allen and State of Kentucky...and Samuel LONG of the County and State aforesaid....$200...I have this day sold...to the said Samuel Long.. certain negro boy between three and four years of age name of Prince.....Signed: Broomfield LONG. pg 53

 

Mar. 4, 1817. ..I William FINCH and Doratha my wife of the County of Allen and state of Kentucky ..natural love and affection...toward our relations Susan Gray LONG a sisters daughter of my said wife Doretha...for $1...see unto the said Susan Gray LONG....one negro girl named Joice....Signed: William FINCH (mark), Doratha FINCH (mark). Wit: James HUNT, Dan'l PITCHFORD pg 145

 

Oct 6, 1817. ..Benjamin RAY jnr of the county of Allen and state if Kentucky...for the love and tender affection I have ...toward my son James RAY now of the county and state aforesaid but is about to remove to the county of Howard and territory of Missouri I do freely give him....my negro boy slave named Peter age about 6 years....Signed: Benj RAY Snr (mark) Wit: Anthony GRIFFIN, Edward PORTER pg 253 (recorded Mar 14, 1818)

 

Apr 14, 1819. I, Hugh MORRISON in consideration of the natural love and affection ..my beloved daughter Sally HAWKINS formerly Sally MORRISON...Hugh MORRISON hereunto moving...do give...unto the said Sally one negro woman named MELINDA...Signed: Hugh MORRISON Wit: Johnson J. COCKRILL, James SPILMAN Sr pg 397

 

Apr 6, 1819. I, Edward TANNER of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky....$600..sold..unto Anak DAWSON of the county & state aforesaid a certain negro boy slave by the name of Nathan....Signed: Edward TANNER pg 411

 

Oct. 11, 1819. I Mary RAY of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky in consideration of the natural love and affection which I have and bear unto my beloved son John ROLLINS....the said Mary RAY hereunto moving...give...unto the said John ROLLINS a ..negroe girl slave name Cintha of or about the age of 12 years...Signed: Mary RAY (mark) Wit: Denton S. PORTER, Edward PORTER pg 429

 

Deed Book C 1820-1825
Transcribed & Abstracted by Sharon Tabor ©2004

 

Pg 3-4 Oct. 20, 1819 ...that I SUSANAH MOOD of Allen County and State of Kentucky for and in Consideration of the natural love and affections which I bear to my son SAMUEL MOODY of the County of Allen and State of Kentucky as well as for the further consideration of five Dollars ...a certain negro man named FRANK ...Signed SASANAH (X her mark) MOODY Test: THALES MORRISON, EZEKIEL WATSON , ADMIRAL REYNOLDS

 

Pg34-35 Apr 28, 1820 ... I.. JOHN WILLS of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky for ... $270 which sum ANAK DAWSON of the County and State aforesaid and WILLIS WILLS of Logan County and the state afsd stand bound for and liable to pay as my endorseor in a note...in the Russellville Branch Bank... sell ...to the said DAWSON and WILLS a certain Negro woman named LUCY now in the possession of the said WILLIS WILLS... Signed: JOHN WILLS.. recorded May 1, 1820 Allen County

 

Pg59-61 Aug 25, 1820 ... between JOHN WILLS of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky... and ISAAC CARROW of the City of Newyork and state of Newyork ...the said JOHN WILLS by his bond... date August 1, 1817 ... $656.33 ...has delivered in due form of law unto the sd ISAAC CARROW ... Lot.. in the Town of Scottville .. No7.. 59, 62 & 63 (household goods listed)... negro man named PLEASANT aged about 40 .. shall pay to sd ISAAC CARROW... on or before April 18, 1821 ... Signed: JOHN WILLS... recorded August 31, 1820

 

Pg82 Feb 20, 1821 ...I, MARY RAY of the county of Allen... Kentucky for and in consideration of the good will favor & affection which I bear toward LOTT W. PINSON .. have given.. one Negro girl names LOUISA about 4 months of asge... attest : DENON L. PORTER, ZEPHENIAH PINSON Signed: MARY (her X mark) RAY... recorded March 12, 1821

 

Pg89 July 21, 1819 In consideration of the sum of $650... paid I have sold unto JOHN CALVERT a negro woman named PEG and one negro boy named BURWELL the woman ages... 33 or 34 years the boy 2 years old ... Signed: WILLIAM FLIPPIN Test: HUGH BROWN, ABRAHAM CAMPBELLE... recorded May 25, 1821

 

Pg101 May 16, 1821 ...between CHARLES MOOR... and THOMAS SUTTON ... both of the County of Allen ... Kentucky ... said MOOR is indebted to the sd SUTTON in the sum of $500 ... ...for the purpose of securing the payment... and for the further consideration of $1 ... convey unto the sd SUTTON ... one Negro Girl named POLLY aged about 10 years ... all the household and Kitchen furniture including all the bond .. on BENNETTE HENDERSON ....Wit: RICHd D. MITCHELLE, JAMES McALISTER Signed CHARLES MOORE... recorded July 9, 1821

 

Pg123 Mar. 29, 1822 ..I, SAMUEL MOODY of the County of Allen ... Kentucky ... appoint my trusty friend ISAAC RALEIGH of the same county ... lawfull attorney in fact ... receive of STEPHEN HALE of the county of Pulaski and same state a certain negro man slave by the name of FRANK who belongs to me by the virtue of a certain deed of gift from my mother SUSANNAH MOODY ... dated Oct 20, 1819 ... Signed: SAMUEL MOODY

 

Pg169 July 15, 1822 ... I, MARY RAY of Allen county ... Kentucky... in consideration of the love and affection I bear toward my beloved granddaughter MARY TRAIL of Simpson County .... sell unto the sd MARY TRAIL on ..negroe child named ROSANIA (daughter of ELENDER) ... Wit: JAMES KELLEY, ZEPHENIAH PINSON Signed : MARY (her X mark) RAY

 

Pg169-70 July 25, 1822 ... I, MARY RAY of Allen County ...Kentucky ... in consideration of the parental love and affection which ... bear toward my daughter ELIZABETH TRAIL of Simpson county .... sell unto the sd ELIZABETH TRAIL one .. negroe child named CASSNADER (the daughter of ELENDER ) ... Test: JAMES KELLEY, ZEPHANIAH PINSON Signed: MARY (her X mark) RAY

 

Pg184-85 Feb 1, 1823 ... between BRUMFIELD LONG Senr of Allen County ... Kentucky ... and BRUMFIELD LONG Junr of ... county and state afsd... sum of $150 .. negro child boy names ZACHARIAH ... pay ... on or before Feb 1, 1825 ... Wit: WmP. NEALE, ANOCH DAWSON, WILLIS BURTON ... Signed: BRUMFIELD LONG, BRUMFIELD LONG ...

 

Pg265-66 Dec 1, 1823 ... between NANCY DAWSON State of Kentucky and county of Allen of the 1st part....JOHN PULLIAM of the county and state afsd of the 2nd part ... JACOB W. WALKER of the same state and county afsd of the 3rd part ... whereas there is a marriage intended between .. parties of the 1st and 2nd part ... and whereas .. to secure to sd party of the 1st part during her life to .. own the following Negro slaves and their future increase ... negro woman BETSEY and MILLY her child now the property of the ... party of the 1st part ... and be the property of MATILDA DAWSON, SALLY WILLIS DAUSON, WILLIAM CALWELL DAWSON and SIDNEY SMITH DAWSON ... they being the children of the sd party of the 1st part ... said party of the 1st part.. sell to him the sd party of the 3rd part the said negro slave BETSEY and MILLY and their future increase ... Signed : JOHN PULLIAMS, NANCY DAWSON

 

Deed Book D 1826-1831

Transcribed & Abstract from the original by Sharon Tabor © 2003

 

Pg 1 Court Term October 1825 Ordered that ANAK DAWSON, WILLIAM PULLIAM, JOHN S. GIBSON and JOS. PULLIAM be appointed commissioners.....shall assign to POLLY CUSENBERRY widow of ELIJAH CUSENBERRY deceased her dower in the land and negroes of the estate of her said husband and also to make partition of the negroes of the estate between the heirs.........Oct. 31, 1825 Teste David Walker clk

This day JOSEPH PULLIAM ....qualified to act according to the within order. Dec. 31, 1825........assign to the said POLLY CUSENBERRY one third part of the slaves belonging to said estate.....ELIJAH CUSENBERRY....ten negroes.....the deceased did some few years before his death execute a deed of gift for one of the negros a boy called LEWIS.....to ELIJAH WICKWARE his grandson.....assign to POLLY CUSENBERRY widow of said ELIJAH CUSENBERRY decd one negroe boy by the name of TIM and one negroe girl by name of SARAH ..... commissioners are of opinion that it is not practical to divide the ballance of the slaves among the legatees anything like equal without resorting to a sale......Jan. 14, 1826. ANAK DAWSON, WM. PULLIAM, JOS. PULLIAM

 

Pg 6-7 This deed of bargain and sale made and entered into this 23rd day of August 1826 between WILLIAM RAY of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky of the one part and JAMES STARK of the other part and of the same county ... for and in consideration of one dollar ... deliver to said STARK a certain negro man named SAM a slave ...and it is so... understood by the parties hereto that when the said WILLIAM RAY and ROBERT H. PARIS on the 3rd day of January 1825 executed their hand to said STARK acting excer of JEREMIAH START decd for $13 in specie being interest from it's date if not punctually paid ... on the 18th day of January 1824 said RAY and DAVID A. PORTER executed their note to JAMES or RUN (?) wife STARK for $45 specie pay ... (this is a very complicated deed giving dates and amounts of money by JOHN GOODY, THOMAS GATE, CARLTON R. GATE, JOHN MOREHEAD, SMALL GARRISON, HEXEKIAH R. GARRISON, WILLIAM RAY to JAMES STARK with the end result being debts paid by the exchange of the slave SAM to JAMES STARK) .... Wit: JESSE S. GOODY, GARIN DUNCAN, DILLARD DUNCAN Signed: WILL RAY

 

Pg 19 This Indenture made ... this 28th day of November 1826 between STEPHEN T. LOGAN of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky of the one part and BENJAMIN LAURENCE, E.T. BAINBRIDGE, and JAMES ANDERSON Junr merchants and partners trading under and known by the name style and firm of B. LAURENCE & CO of the county of Jefferson and state aforesaid ...sell unto the said party of the second part one negroe girl named MARIAH about fourteen years of age, and one boy named OVERTON about twelve years old ... note for five hundred and seventy four dollars fifty five cents bearing interest from the date ... Signed: S.T. LOGAN... recorded deed of mortgage .... Dec. 1, 1826.

 

Pg 28-29 ... I JAMES McCLUNG of the city of Richmond in the state of Virginia ... do make the following disposition of my estate ... to my beloved wife ... negroe slaves towit LUCY and her son MOSES, BETT, MILFORD, KATE and her son PETER, GILES and one other ... from ... my farm in hanover County ... all the rest ... I do ... bequeath to JOHN WILKHAM and JAMES BRECKENRIDGE in trust ... residue ... to my daughter ELIZABETH WIKHAM ... remainder to her children living at her death ... JOHN WIKHAM and JAMES BRECKENRIDGE my executors ... 13th day May 1810 Wit: J. GIBBON, JAMES DREW McCEW(?), JOHN BUCHANAN, A. BLAIR Signed: JAMES MCCLURG ... premature death of my dear wife ... I desire ... executors not to dispose of my real property except my western and distant lands ... 8th day of May 1817 ... city of Richmond ... 17th day of July 1823 This last will and testament of JAMES McCLURG deceased was proved by the oaths of JAMES GIBBON and JAMES DREW McCAIR(?), ... motion of JOHN WILEHAM (?) one of the executors ..WILLIAM A. WICKHAM and EDMUND A. WICKHAM his securities ... recorded July 30 1823 state of Virginia City of Richmond ... County of Allen ... Tuesday the 18th day of October 1825 The last will and testament of JAMES McCLURG deceased .... recorded ....

 

Pg 30-31 Articles of agreement ...5th February 1827 between CENQUE (?) WYATT of the one part of the county of Monroe and state of Kentucky and WARNER HOUSER of the county of Allen and state aforesaid of the other part ... mortgaged to the said WARNER HOUSER a certain negroe boy named CHARLES ... for the sum of $467 in silver ... the said Charles to work for the sum of $28.02 each year so long as she stays in the possession of WARNER HOUSER ... Attest: STEPHEN MOODY, STEPHEN HOUSER Signed: CONQUE (?) WYATT, WARNER HOUSER ... recorded Feb. 5, 1827 Monroe Co KY ... recorded Feb. 19, 1827 Allen Co KY

 

Pg 208-209 This Indenture made ... this 19th day of January 1829 by & between JAMES FOSTER of the county of Logan of the one part and MARY FOSTER of the county of Allen of the 2d part .. in consideration of the sum of one dollar ... and for the further consideration of $300 ... payable by note due .. to said FOSTER on or before the 1st day of January 1834 the said JAMES FOSTER ... sell unto ... MARY FOSTER all the ... claim of him the said JAMES FOSTER ... to the moiety of MARTHA JAMES FOSTER in her deceased father JAMES J. FOSTERs estate ... the said MARTHA JAMES FOSTER being one of the children and heirs of JAMES J. FOSTER ... the said estate consistes of lands and negroes belonging to the amount of one seventh part of all lands and negroes ... on the 3rd day of August the said MARTHA JAMES FOSTER departed this life leaving as one of her survivors NANCY J.S. G. FOSTER the wife of...said JAMES FOSTER ... conveying to the said MARY FOSTER the above mentioned interest in the estate of MARTHA J. FOSTER deceased .... Wit: ROBERT JAMES FOSTER, WILLIAM K. BROWN Signed: JAMES FOSTER ....

 

Pg 210-211 This Indenture made this 2nd day of May 1829 between DAVID WALKER of the one part and WILLIAM WALKER of the other part both parties of the town of Scottville Allen County Kentucky ... party of the second part by his certain deed of Morguage (sic) bearing the date of the 10th day of May 1825 ... sell... unto the said party of the first part togather (sic) with other slave and property therein mentioned a certain negro girl slave described as being at that time about 12 years old named STEPHEN ANN ... payment of $2999.43 ... advanced as security ... on account of sundry debts ... in consideration of the sum of $200 ... said party of the first part doth hereby ... forever quit claim unto the said party of the second part the said negro girl slave STEPHEN ANN ... Attest: JOHNSON J. COCKRILL, WILLIS (x his mark) MITCHELL Jr. Signed: DAVID WALKER ....

 

Pg 223 This Indenture made this 29th day of June 1829 between GEORGE WILLIAMS of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky of the one part and CHARLES SIMMONS of the county of Sumner and state of Tennessee of the other part ... in consideration of the sum of $300 ... sold to the said CHARLES SIMMONS... parcel of land containing 100 acres ...in the aforesaid county of Allen on the waters of Little Tramel and Garretts creek and bounded ... PRISLEY GARRETTs beginning corner ... GEORGE BRATTENs line ... JOHN BINNIONs beginning corner ... Signed: GEORGE WILLIAMS\par \par Pg 224 Know all men .. that I LAUMAN (?) SHORT of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky ... sold unto SAMUEL E. CARPENTER of the county and state aforesaid ...one negroe woman called... LUCY for and in consideration of the sum of $44.84 .... this 29th day of May 1829 Attest: RACHEL PROCTER, JAS. TOMBLINSEN Jr. Signed LAURMEN (?) SHORT

 

Pg 246-247 This Indenture made .. this 23d day of September in the year of 1829 between WILLIAM RAY and CAROLINE his wife of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky of the one part & JAMES C. MULLIGAN of the town of Scottville and state aforesaid ... in consideration of the sum of one dollar .... whereas the said WILLIAM RAY stands justly indebted to the said MULLIGAN ... RAY and wife ... sell ..unto the said MULLIGAN ... one negroe woman named JANE, one negroe man SCIARE (?), negroe man FRANK, and one female negroe NASE, DARCUS, LESANDER, JAMES and COOPER KIAH .... whereas HEXEKIAH ALEXANDER the grandfather of the said CAROLINE RAY, late CAROLINE GARRISON gave to the children of said SAMUEL GARRISON who was the father of the said CAROLINE RAY certain negroes at the death of their mother ....the said RAY and wife doth put in mortgage their entire interest in said negroe ..... Signed: WILLIAM RAY, CAROLINE RAY ...

 

Pg 305 Know all men ... that I ELIZA L. HILL of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky do ... convey to my \par beloved children of the county of Allen and state aforesaid MARY ELIZABETH HILL and MARTHA ANN HILLL ... all my right and title to a certain negroe girl ... by the name of EVALINE ... July 1830 ... Test: MICHAEL HATLER, JOHN CLARK Signed: ELIZA HILL ... recorded July 9, 1830 ...

 

Pg 344-345 This Indenture made ... this 18th day of November 1829 between THOMAS SUTTEN deputy for J. RAGLAND late sheriff of Allen County of the one part and DAVID WALKER Jr of the other part .... on the 9th day of Sept 1826 ..... WILL HOOD against the estate of WILLIAM EASLEY ... for the sum of $150 debt ... was by him levied on all the interest which said EASLEY as ??? of FANNEY his wife late FANNY OLIVER had in the lands and seven town lots and one negroe ?? of THOS OLIVER decd father of said FANNY .... was on the 28th day of Sept 1828 ... expose at sale to the highest bidder on a credit of three months when said DAVID WALKER being the highest bidder became the purchaser .... Signed: T. SUTTON DS for J. RAGLAND SAC ... recorded 18th November 1829 ...

 

Pg 347-348 This Indenture made this 13th day of March 1830 between WILLIAM WALKER of the town of Scottville County of Allen and state of Kentucky of the one part and ELBRIDGE G. WALKER and DAVID WALKER Jr of the county and state aforesaid of the second part ....in consideration of one dollar ...paid by the said E.G. WALKER ... in order to secure the said E.G. WALKER the sum of $60. 90.... the said WILLIAM ... sell .. unto the said DAVID WALKER Jr .... a certain negroe girl slave about the age of 14 years by the name of ELIZABETH ... if the said WILLIAM shall ... pay said DAVID WALKER Jr... on or before the 1st day of January next said debt... and in that case said negroe shall be the said WILLIAMs ... Signed: WILL WALKER, DAVID WALKER ...

 

Pg 348 - 349 This Indenture made ... into this 23d day of Sept 1830 between ZACHARIAH HOBSON of the County of Allen and state of Kentucky of the one part and WALTER THOMAS and ROBERT H. PARIS of the county & state aforesaid of the other part ... in consideration of the sum of one dollar ... for the further purpose of securing in the said THOMAS and PARIS as his security in a not ... to ROBERT CRADDOCK of the county of Warren and state aforesaid in the sum of $450 .... sell to the said THOMAS and PARIS... parcel of land ... being in the county of Allen and state aforesaid on which I now reside adjoining GEO. BRIGHTs, JESSE GODLEY and JAMES STARK also one negro man ROBERT about the age of Thirty three ... Wit: J.J. COCKRILL, WILL WALKER Signed: ZACHARIAH HOBSON ...

 

Pg 377-378 Know all men that I JOHN D. SNOW of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky in consideration of the sum of $55.12 ... paid by SAMUEL WAGGENER of the county and state aforesaid .... sell ... to the said SAMUEL WAGENER ... female negroe slave named DELIA ... Test: EDMD WAGONER Signed: SAML WAGONER ... 21st day of February 1831 ...

 

Pg 393 Know all men .. that I ROBERT FINNEY of the county of Allen & state of Kentucky for and in consideration of the sum of $269.9774 ...paid by HENRY MOTLEY of the county and state aforesaid .... confirm to the said HENRY MOTLEY a certain female negro slave .... 2d day of February 1831. Wit: HENRY CAGLE, FRED (x his mark) C. LUNCH Signed: ROBERT FINNEY ....

 

Pg 393-394 Know all men ... that we JOHN DIXON and MARY DIXON two of the heirs and representative of JOHN DIXON and FREDERICK DIXON deceased ...confirm unto our nephew THOMAS F.W. DIXON all our undivided right ... to the estate of our father JOHN DIXON and brother FREDERICK DIXON late of the county of Warren Kentucky except the land and negroes belonging to said estates for and in consideration of the sum of $10.00 ... this 5th day of March 1829 Test: ELI PITCHFORD, DANIEL PITCHFORD Signed: JOHN DIXON, MARY DIXON ... recorded April 18, 1831

 

Pg 414 Know all men ... that I PHEBE DILLON now of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky for and in consideration of the sum of $300 .... convey unto AMOS HARRIS of the county and state aforesaid a certain negroe boy slave by the name of PEYTON about 13 or 14 years of age ... 1st of November 1830. Wit: SOLOMAN H. HARRIS, ALADEN (x his mark) HICKERSON, JEREMIAH (x his mark) HINTEN Signed: PHEBY (x her mark) DILLON ... recorded August 9, 1831 ...

 

Pg 418-419 This Indenture made ... this 16th day of July 1831 between JAMES FOSTER of Warren County Kentucky of the one part and MARY FOSTER widow and executrix of JAMES J. FOSTER of the county of Allen and state aforesaid of the other part .... said JAMES J. FOSTER departed this life seised of lands, negroes, and other property.... conveying the estate aforesaid to his wife the said MARY FOSTER and his children by her towit NANCY J.S.G. FOSTER, ELIZA J.R., ROBERT J, THOMAS G., VIRGINIA M. and MARTHA J. FOSTER ... That said JAMES FOSTER intermarried with NANCY J.S.G. FOSTER who has since departed this life leaving an infant daughter thereby became entitled to her share of the ... estate ... Now the said JAMES FOSTER of the consideration of various advanced made to him by the said MARY FOSTER ... (list follows of dates and amounts of debt) ... his infant daughter MARY M. FOSTER ... sells to the said MARY FOSTER widow ... his interest in a certain tract of land lying in the county of Allen ... also his interest in a tract of land in Barren County above the mouth of Beaver creek purchased by the said JAMES P. POSTER deceased of one HARDWICK, also his interest in a tract of land... purchased ... of (blank) GILL ... Wit: JOSEPH FARLEY, JONAS BROWN Signed: JAMES FOSTER ...

 

Pg 429-430 Know all men ... that I DILLARD DUNCAN of the county of Butler and state of Kentucky ... in consideration of the sum of $213.27 sell unto JAMES STARK of the county of Allen and state aforesaid the following negroes as slaves LEAN aged 16 year and her child HIRAM aged four days .... this 29th November 1830 ... Wit: CHARLES C. STARK, WILKINS KELLEY, GRANVILLE D. STARK Signed: DILLARD DUNCAN .... recorded September 19, 1831 Allen County KY

 

Pg 431 I SAMUEL WAGGONER of the county of allen and state of Kentucky of hereby releace(sic) JOHN D. SNOW of all claims and demands I have against a Negroe girl name DELIA ...which negro girl was Mortgaged to me by said SNOW on the 4th November 1831 .... this 24th Sept 1831 .... Signed: SAMUEL WAGONER ....

 

Pg 446 Know all men...that I RACHEL LINDSEY of the county of Allen Commonwealth of Kentucky y have ... for the natural love and affection which I have .. to my son SOLOMON LINDSEY of the county of Bedford and state of Virginia and the further consideration of one dollar ...and whereas SOLOMON HANDY late of the county of Bedford aforesaid in the state of Virginia decd on the 12th day of November 1824 make his last will ... devised to the said RACHEL LINDSEY the one fifth part of his estates ....Now by virtue of the power vested in me by sd will .... I do ... deliver to said SOLOMON LINDSEY the following named property towit one negroe woman by the name of SALLY about 22 years of age and her child a boy about two weeks old .... ( following is a list of personal property) ... I acquired under the will of my father SOLOMON HARDY deceased .... this 23day of December 1831 Signed: RACHEL (x her mark) LINDSEY

 

Deed Book G

Transcribed & Abstract from the original by Sharon Tabor

 

ALLEN CO KY DEED BOOK G pt 491
KNOW all men ... That I WILLIAM OLIVER of the county of Allen and state of Kentucky have manumited and set free ... a negro man slave named WILL and I hereby declare him the said WILL to be entirely liberated from slavery and entitleyd to all the right and privileges of a free person ... is a man of darck complexion about five feet eight inches high between fifty-five and sixty years old ... this 17th day of January 1844 Signed: WILLIAM(x his mark) OLIVER .. Wit: Hezekiah A. Landers, Thomas Sutten, John J. Cockrill, A.C. Alexander, William Pulliam, Samuel Waggoner, Amos Harris & Samuel E. Carpenter ....