Zebulon Allphin

 

COURT ORDER BOOK A, Page 249, 13 October 1800, Newport

Charles Daniel Junior is appointed Captain of a patrole for the upper or salt lick District & Zebulon Alphan & Peter Daniel, his assistants they are to serve twelve hours in each month.  The upper District is to be divided from the Newport District by a line to begin at the mouth of pond Creek and strike the mouth of twelve mile.
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COURT ORDER BOOK A, Page 332, 20 February 1804, Newport

Zebular Alphan, Charles Daniel Jr. Bartlett Graves, William Daniel & Benjamin Gosney or any three of them being first Sworn to view and to mark out the nearest and best way from Grants Lick to Pendleton County line in a direction to Falmouth and report to Court.
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COURT ORDER BOOK 1, Page 29, 13 October 1806

An additional justice of the peace being needed in this County in consequence of the resignation of Nathan Lynn esqr. the Court doth recommend to Christopher Greenup esqr. Governor of this Commonwealth Samuel Sayers and Zebular Alphin residing on the Dry Ridge Road as proper persons to fill the office of a justice of the peace in this County, a majority of all the justices of the Court concurring in this recommendation.

Zebular Alphin is appointed surveyor of that part of George Town (road) in the room and precinct of Nathan Lynn.
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COURT ORDER BOOK 1, Page 31, 8 December 1806

Ordered that David McCaw, Zebular Alphin, John Griffey and Samuel Sayers or any three of them being first sworn before a justice of the peace of the County do view an amendment to that part of the George Town road beginning about one hundred and fifty yards on the North Side of Nathan Lynn's and to come in again on the south side of said Lynns and make a report of the conveniences and in conveniences of the said intended amendment to the Court.
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COURT ORDER Book 1, Page 35, 9 March 1807

Ordered that Zebular Olphen, Martin Allen, James Barns and Kenith Compton or any three of them being first sworn before a Justice of this County do view and mark the nearest and best way from where the mud lick road strikes the Boone County line to intersect the road in a direction to Graves Mill and make report to Court.
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COURT ORDER BOOK 1, Page 40, 11 May 1807

On the Motion of Squire Grant, ordered that Samuel Sayers, Martin Allen, John Griffeth, Richard Tarvin and Zebulor Olphen or any three of them being first sworn before a Justice of the peace of this County do view and mark out the nearest and best way from Squire Grants Mill on the Licking to intersect the George Town road or Pendleton County line near James Burns on the waters of Eagle Creek and make report to the Court.
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COURT ORDER BOOK 1, Page 79, 19 September 1808

Ordered that Zebular Alphin, George Hume, and Thomas James do make an allotment of the hands in the precincts of David McCaw and John Griffith and make report thereof to the Court.
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DEED BOOK, D-1, Page 24, 25 April 1810, Recorded 13 April 1811

Indenture made 25 April 1810 between John Fowler and Mellisent his wife of the County of Fayette of the one part and Zebular Allphin of the County aforesaid of the other part.  John and Millisent for and in consideration of the sum of $150 sell all that tract of land situated in the County of Campbell on the waters of the bullock pen fork of Ten Mile containing 87 acres.

Acknowledged in the presence of: A Kinkead, Sqr. Grant and Elizabeth (x) Lynn
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COURT ORDER BOOK 1, Page 138, 24 September 1810

County Court to pay to Zebular Alphin for one grown wolf Scalp $1.50
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COURT ORDER BOOK 1, Page 171, 28 December 1812

Ordered that Zebulon Alphin be appointed Surveyor in the rooms and precinct of Andrew Johnston of that part of the George Town road of which the said Johnston was heretofore appointed Surveyor with the same power.
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DEED BOOK D-1, Page 243, 25 March 1814, Recorded 29 March 1814

Indenture made 25 March 1814 between Elizabeth Lynn of the County of Campbell of the one part and Zebulin Allphin of the County aforesaid of the other part.  Elizabeth for and in consideration of the sum of $120 sells All that tract of land situated in the County of Campbell on the waters of bullock pen fork of Ten Mile Creek containing 25 acres.
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COURT ORDER BOOK 2, Page 25, May 1817

On Motion of Moses Morris, George Hightower is appointed Surveyor of the Grassey Creek road that leads to Big Bone lick in the Room & Precinct of ad. Moses Morris beginning at the 6 mile tree & to Zebulon Alphins at the Geo Town road having the same hands.
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DEED BOOK F, Page 9, 24 July 1821

Indenture made 24 July 1821 between Zebulon Allphin of the County of Campbell of the 1st part and the president & Directors of the Bank of the Commonwealth of Kentucky of the second part.  Party of the first part sells a certain tract of Land lying in the County of Campbell on the waters of Bullock pen fork Ten Mile Creek Containing 87 acres.  Elizabeth Lynn....which parcel of Land and premises with all the appurtenances the party of the 1st part declares to be in Mortgage for the payment of $700 and all interest that my accrue thereon at the rate of Six per cent per annum.
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DEED BOOK F, Page 299, 20 September 1823, Recorded 23 February 1824

Indenture made 20 September 1823 Between John Fowler of the town of Lexington by William Routt his Attorney in fact of the one part and Zebulon Allphin of the County of Campbell of the other part.  John in consideration of the sum of $304 and a half dollars sells a certain tract of land Situated in the County of Campbell on the Bullock pen fork of ten mile Creek a branch of Eagle Creek being part of John and Jordan Harris Survey of 44,109 1/4 acres Containing by survey 304 1/2 acres.

Acknowledged & Delivered in the presence of Balaam Buzbee, Richard Ransom, Robert Phillips
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DEED BOOK G, Page 127, 24 July 1826, Recorded 24 July 1826

Indenture made 24 July 1826 between Zebulon Allphin of the County of Campbell of the one part and Alexander H Carlisle of the County of the aforesaid.  Zebulon for and in consideration of the sum of $39.18 sells all that tract of land situated in the County of Campbell on the waters of the Bullock pen fork of eagle creek containing 52 1/2 acres.
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COURT ORDER BOOK, Page 49, 23 June 1828

Ordered that Zebulon Alphin, Luke Alphin, Thomas Simpson and William Jones or any three of them being first sworn to view & mark out a road from the south west corner of Samuel Carlisles land to intersect the George Town road at or near the mouth of Henry Sayers lane leading from Samuel Carlisles land to the George town road & report the Conveniences & inconveniences of said road to this Court.
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COURT ORDER BOOK, Page 85, 23 November 1818

Ordered that Joseph Anderson be reappointed Surveyor of the amendment to the George Town road Commencing at the Boone County line and extending to the Pendleton County line and that he be attended by the following hands to assist in keeping said road in repair according to law: Jesse Hamilton, John Winn, Widow Dickenson's hands, John Shryock Senr. Luke Alphin, Ransom Alphin, David Craig, William Alphin, Zebulon Alphin & hands....
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DEED BOOK H, Page 63, 21 September 1829, Recorded 12 May 1830

Indenture made 21 September 1829 between Zebulon Alphin of Campbell County of the one part and Nelson Watts of the County aforesaid of the other part.  Zebulon for and in consideration of the sum of $150 sells a certain tract of land situated in the County of Campbell and Boone on the Waters of the Bullock pen Fork of ten mile creek containing 100 acres.

Attest: Reynolds Bane, James Cloyd, Robert M Carlisle, Samuel Dickerson
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DEED BOOK H, Page 64, 21 Septe4mber 1829, Recorded 15 May 1830

Indenture made 21 September 1829 between Zebulon Alphin and Mary, his wife of the County of County of Campbell of the one part and Luke Alphin of the County aforesaid of the other part.  Zebulon and Mary for and  in consideration of the sum of $50 sell all that tract of land situated in the County of Campbell on the waters of the Bullock pen fork of ten mile creek containing 76 and 3/4 acres to Reuben Alphin in Balaam Busbees line.

Acknowledged in the presence of: Balaam Buzbee, H E Brown, R M Daniel
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DEED BOOK H, Page 295, 7 May 1830, Recorded 11 December 1820

Indenture made 7 May 1830 between Zebulon Allphin of the County of Campbell of the one part and Samuel Dickerson of the County aforesaid of the other part.  Zebulon for and in consideration of the sum of $4 sells a certain tract of land situated in the County of Campbell on the waters of Bullock pen Fork of Ten Mile Containing Ten acres Beginning at A H and the said Samuel Dickerson corner.
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DEED BOOK I, Page 424, 6 August 1833, Recorded 26 August 1833

Indentures made 6 August 1833 by and between Zebulon Allphin of the County of Campbell of the one part and John Allphin of the County aforesaid of the other part.  Zebulon for the consideration of $50 to be placed to the ?? of John Allphin, his legitimate son & perspective Joint Heir with his other children & to stand and to be considered as so much recd. at the distribution of ad. Allphin Estate by the said John Allphin.  Zebulon sells all that tract of land situated in the County of Campbell on the waters of Bullock pen fork of ten Mile creek containing 24 and 3/4 acres.

Acknowledged in the presence of: Mouning? Bucker? Tho Rout, Z Allphin
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DEED BOOK I, Page 307, 11 October 1834, Recorded 2 May 1835

Indenture made 11 October 1834 between James Cloyd of the County of Campbell of the one part and Zebulon Allphin of the County aforesaid of the other part.  James for and in consideration of the sum of $100 sells all that tract of Land situated in the County of Campbell on the waters of the Bullock pen fork of Ten Mile Creek Containing 15 acres.

Acknowledged in the presence of: Bailey Kendall, Joseph L Cloyd
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DEED BOOK I, Page 310, 14 Oct 1834, Recorded 2 May 1835

Indenture made 14 October 1834 Between Zebulon Allphin of the County of Campbell of the one part and James Cloyd of the County of the aforesaid of the other part.  Zebulon for and in Consideration of the Sum of $100 sells all that tract of Land situated in the County of Campbell on the waters of the Bullock pen fork of ten Mile containing 6 acres.

Signed in the presence of: Bailey Kendal, Spetton?? Allphin, Joseph L Cloyd
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