Deed Book 6, Page 619

Deeding property to the heirs of George B. James

Grantors -

George James (Sept. 16/18, 1791 - Jan. 16, 1855), the deceased, believed to be the son of John W. James and Mary "Polly" Jackson
George B. James was married to Rebecca Zornes (1800 - ca1836) on July 15, 1816 and also to Sarah "Sally" Smith on Oct. 18, 1836

Mary Vanlandingham - Mary Ann (James) Vanlandingham, (ca1833 - ), daughter of George James and wife

Margaret James - unidentified, possibly a daughter or daughter-in-law. On this same date, Margaret receives 95 acres under Deed Book 7, Page 589

Emily James - unidentified, possibly a daughter or daughter-in-law. On this same date, Emily receives 68 acres under deed Book 7, Page 627

Grantee -

Amanda James - unidentified, possibly a grandaughter

									  619 (Book 6)

This indenture made and entered into this 11th day of February 1856 by and 
between Zackariah Tyree Commissioner appointed by the Carter County Court 
at the December term 1855 to make deeds the heirs of George James deceased 
according to the division of lands as represented by Commissioner and ??? 
James, Mary Vanlandingham
Margaret James  Emily James  of he first part and Amanda James of the second 
part all of the County of Carter and State of Kentucky Witnesseth that for 
and in consideration of the promises aforesaid the party of the first part 
hath this day bargained sold aliened and conveyed to the party of the second 
part all that that tract of land lying and being in Carter County Kentucky 
and on the waters of Tygart's Creek Bounded as follows (to wit) Beginning at 
three dogwoods gum and chestnut Carter of ???? N 55 E 89 poles to a white oak 
& hickory a corner of A. James survey S 3 W 118 poles to a stake in A. James 
line  N 1 W 61 poles to two white oaks N 6 1/2 W 30 poles to north side of the 
State Road. S 87 W 61 poles to line of Cty. Rd.(?) S 23 E 116 poles to the 
beginning. Containing sixty three acres it being Lot A6 to have and to hold 
unto her the party of the second part and to her heirs and assigns forever as 
her portion of the real estate of George James deceased divided and set apart 
to her by Commissioners appointed for that