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McKinsey/McKinzey

 

Joseph McKinsey and Susan his wife, David McKinsey and Anna his wife, to William Northcutt

$300, 10 A where McKinsey's live, waters of Huston. Recorded 27, Feb 1822

Contributed by Matt McKinsey (megley@alltel.net)

This indenture made and entered into the twenty fifth day of February in the year of out Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty two between Joseph McKinsey and Susan his wife and David McKinsey and Anna his wife of the one part and William Northcutt of the other part all of the county of Bourbon and state of Kentucky signify that the said Joseph and David McKinsey and their wives for and in consideration of the sum of three hundred dollars to them in hand paid the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge have granted bargained and sold and by their presents doth grant bargain and sell a lieu and conflrnl unto the said William Northcutt his heirs and assignees all that had on parcel of land lying and being in the county of Bourbon on the waters of Houston if being the same that the said McKinsey's now lives on containing ten acres and bounded as follows to wit Beginning at a boxelder in Galoway and old lines and corner to Charles Hedges hence South thirty and one fourth degrees East forty four and a half poles to a stone which is also a corner to said Hedges thence South thirty seven and one fourth West thirty three and ninety four hundredths poles to a stone connect to Henry Foster shown his line North twenty nine and three

four West fifty nine and a half poles to a stone in Galloways old line and comer to said Foster and thence with Galloway's line North sixty four and one eight degrees East thirty and sixty four hundredths poles to the Beginning together with all and singular the premises thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to have and to hold the land hereby conveyed to the said William Northcutt his heirs and assignees forever and she said Joseph and David McKinsey and their wives for themselves their executors and administrators the aforesaid had of land and premises to the said William Northcutt his heirs or assignees against the claim exclaims of all and every person or persons whatsoever claiming the same by through or under them and against the claim or claims of all other person whatsoever do and will warrant forever defend by the presents but it is further covenanted and agreed by and between the parties to these presents that should the said land be lost by any prior or better claim then that tmder which the said McKinsey claims that then and

in that case the said Joseph and David McKinsey and their wives do hereby bind themselves their heirs to refund and pay to the said Norhtucutt his heirs or assignes the consideration money herein before mentioned to have been received with legal interest from this date and so to refund in proportion to the lots of said land should any part be lost. In witness whereof the said Joseph and David McKinsey and their wives have hereunto set their hands and seal the day and year first above written

                                                                                                                                Joseph McKinsey   Seal

                                                                                                                                Susanna McKinsey Seal

                                                                                                                                David McKinsey      Seal

                                                                                                                                Ana McKinsey        Seal

Bourbon County Clerks Office

Feb. 17, 1822

This deed of bargain and sale from Joseph McKinsey and Susanna his wife David McKinsey and Anna his wife to William Northcutt was this day acknowledged and before me by the said Joseph Susanna David and Anna to be their act and deed and they the said Susanna and Anna being examined by me privately and apart from the said Joseph and David their husbands declared that they did freely and willingly seal and deliver the said writing which was then shewn and explained to them that they wished not to retract it and that they were willing and consented for the same to be recorded and the same is thereupon duly recorded

in my office

Attest Thos Smith

 

Bourbon County Deed Book N, p. 275, 5 May 1818

Agnes McKinzey, widow of John McKinzey sen, deceased to Charles Hedges (both of Bourbon Co)

32 A headwaters of Huston, part of 1OO A conveyed to John McKinsey by Charles Smith & William Clarkson.

Bourbon County, Kentucky Deed Book N, p. 275

Contributed by Matt McKinsey (megley@alltel.net)

 

This indenture made and conferred this fifth day of May eighteen hundred and eighteen between Agnes McKinzey the widow of John McKinzie for deceased of the one part and Charles Hedges of the other part both of the County of Bourbon and state of Kentucky within part that whereas the said John McKinsey deceased did on the twelfth day of November 1817 sell and convey unto the said Charles Hedges certain tract or parcel of land in the county of Bourbon and on the headwaters of the Huston containing thirty two acres is being a part of a tract of land said to contain one hundred acres conveyed to said John McKinsey by Charles Smith and William Clarkson and bounded as follows, Beginning at a locust stump and corner of Jacob Mathes thence south thirty four and a half West fifty seven and five tenths poles to a stone and comes to Henry Foster thence north fifty one and a half West sixty four and three tenth poles to a stone in the line of John Griggs thence with his line north thirty seven and a fourth East seven and five tenths poles to a stone and comer to said Griggs thence with another of his lines north thirty and a fourth West forty four and five tenths poles to a boxelder on Galloway's line and corner to Griggs thence with Galloways line ~orth sixty four and one third East thirty three poles to a stone comer to said Hedges and Benjamin Hancock, thence south fifty one and a half East eighty six poles to the Beginning which said boundary more fully appear by reference to said deed made by the said John McKinsey to the said Hedges and as the said Agnes McKinsey did not relinquish her right of dower to said Hedges during the lifetime of the said John McKinsey but did then and there and does now hold and claim her right of dower in the aforesaid tract of land now formed in consideration that the saidAgnes half since the death of the said John sold all her right of dower in the aforesaid tract of land unto said David and Joseph McKinsey they having paid her eight hundred and twenty dollars for the whole of her dower in the estate of the said John McKinsey and the said David and Joseph McKinsey having sold and transferred the said Agnes right of dower in and to the aforesaid tract of land to the said Charles Hedges for and in consideration of the swn of two hundred and sixty six dollars and sixty cents the receipt where of they have acknowledged and they the said David and Joseph McKensey having notified the said Agnes of their wish and desire that she should convey her right of dower in the aforesaid tract of land unto the said Charles Hedges now in consideration of the premises aforesaid the said Agnes doth grant bargain and sell and by these presents doth see and convey unto the said Charles Hedges all her right title and in part of dower in and to the aforesaid tract or parcel of land Wan-antying and defending her said right of dower unto the said Charles Hedges his heirs forever against the claim of her the said Agnes and all persons claiming by through or under her in writing where of I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and date sale above written N.B. the words underlined in the 1 ~ line of the second page as follows The receipt whereof they have acknowledged was in contained before                                                                                                        

her

Signea

                                                                                                    Agnes McKinsey        seal

                                                                                                             mark

George Palmer

Geo. M. Baylor

Henry Foster

 

 

John McKinzie to Charles Hedges 12 Nov 1817

John McKinsey Sr. and Agnes his wife to Charles Hedges, 800$, 32A, part 100, conveyed to McKinsey

by Charles Smith and Wm. Clarkson, Headwaters of Huston

Bourbon County, Kentucky Deed Book N, page 254

 

 

 

 

Agnes sells her dower right to David and Joseph McKinsey

Bourbon County Clerks Office 04 May 1818

From: Matt McKinsey (megley@alltel.net)

 

 

 

 

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