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Miscellaneous Bourbon County Deeds

Submitted by Kellie Scott

 

Bourbon County Deeds  Surnames: Simpson/Houston

Deed Book 51 page 135

September 12, 1859  Louis C. Simpson to deed Interest in Nancy Simpsonís Dower land to Franklin Houston

 

Bourbon County Deeds Surname Smith

Deed Book 47 page 23

October 28, 1850  Peter Smith and his wife Mary  to son  Lee C. Smith

 

Peter Houston and wife Sarah to Levi Houston

Deed Book R page 246

January 19, 1824

Welch, Samuel to Emily Hildreth Trustee, 9 Jan. 1882, Book 65, Page 533

Hildreth, Horace to Hildreth, E.M. &o, 31 Jan 1887, Book 69, Page 325

 

 

Charles Hedges and wife Elizabeth to William Northcut

Contributed by Matt McKinsey (megley@alltel.net)

October 27,1821

..a certain tract or parcel of land containing twenty five acres two roads and thirty six poles situate lying and being in the county of Bourbon aforesaid and on the waters of Houston it being a part of James Galtoways settlement and ? and is the same land that was conveyed to said Charles Hedges by Mathia Seiner and Elizabeth his wife on the twenty fifth day of February 1812 and bound as follows to wit Beginning at two boxelders and a buckeye near a branch and comer to George Hootsel thence South twenty six and a half degrees East seventy and six tenth poles to a planted stone supposed to be in Galloways original land a fallen buckeye and forked walnut near the said stone and marked as a comer thence North sixty three and a half degrees East fifty eight and seven tenth poles to a planted stone and corner to said Northcut thence with his line North twenty six degrees West sixty nine and a half poles to another planted stone of one of said Hootsels comers and thence with Hootsels line South sixty four and one fourth degrees West fifty nine poles to the Beginning..

 

Benjamin Hancock to George Hutsell

Contributed by Matt McKinsey (megley@alltel.net)

 

October 29th , 1819

The said George Hutsell his heirs and affigns all that tract of land or parcel of land situate and being in the  county of Bourbon and on the waters Huston and containing fifty acres and bounded as follows to wit

Beginning at a white oak and two sugar trees on the original line of James Galloway premptions and running thence North sixety four degrees East one hundred and ten poles to a forked black walnut and buckeye, thence North twenty six Degrees West sixty-nine and an half poles to two boxelders and buckeye thence South sixty four degrees West, West one hundred eighteen and an half poles to a blue ash small black Locust and small hickory thence South thirty-three degrees east seventy poles to the Beginning

 

Charles Smith to Levi Crose

Contributed by Matt McKinsey (megley@alltel.net)

 

October 24, 1818

Beginning at E on the Platt a dead honey locust comes to Smith and Ben Riley thence East seventy one and a half poles to a J a stone thence North two West one hundred and seventy four and one half poles to a stone comer to Andrew Trumbo thence South eighty seven West with said Trumbo line ninety eight poles to another stone and comes to said Trumbo thence South six West ninety two and one half poles to a stone in Craig's preemption line thence South seventy East with Craigs line thirty four poles to a walnut stump thence South four East sixty poles to a honey locust, thence South twenty two East six poles to a walnut honey locust, thence South twenty two East six and three fourth poles to the Beginning

 

Isaac Ruddle & Elizabeth his wife to Daniel McDowell

Deed Book B pages 413-414: Isaac Ruddle & Elizabeth & Daniel Mc Dowell-dated 16 Sep 1793.

 

 

 

 

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