L.L. Tabor to James Blevins December 24, 1906 Henderson Branch 6 acres $90.00 Book Z Page 558 This deed of conveyance made and entered into this 24th. day of December 1906 between L.L. Tabor and Millie Tabor, his wife, of Carter County, Kentucky, parties of the first part and James Blevins, of the same County and State, aforesaid party of the second part witnesseth. Said parties of the first part for and in Consideration of the sum of ninety ($90.00) dollars. fifty ($50.00) dollars of which is cash in hand, paid the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged and the remaining Forty ($40.00) dollars to be paid as follows: January 1, 1907, $10.00. February 1, 1907, $10.00. March 1, 1907, $10.00. April 1, 1907, $10.00 and same is evidenced by notes of (even ?) date here of do hereby sell and convey to the party of the second part , his heirs and assigns the following described property, to with. A certain tract or parcel of land , lying or being on Henderson Branch, a tributary to Tygarts Creek in Carter County, Kentucky. Bounded as follows to wit. Beginning at a set stone, thence S42 W14 poles to a spotted oak and a gum, thence S10 E26 poles to a white oak stump, thence S54 E28 poles to two small black oaks, thence N23 1/2 E25 poles to a rock near the head of a drain, thence a straight line 34 poles to the beginning and containing six acres, be the same , more or less, and being the same land conveyed to L.L. Tabor by Asa Dailey Sr. and Sarah Dailey, his wife. By deed of date of August 13, 1891 and recorded in Deed Book L, page 204 of the Carter County court records for deeds. To have and to hold the same together with all the appurtenances thre unto, belonging unto the party of the second part, his heirs and assigns forever. The said parties of the first part hereby covenants with the said party that they will warrant the title to the property hereby conveyed unto the said party of the second part and his heirs and assigns forever. A lien is retained upon the property hereby conveyed as Security for the payments of the said unpaid purchase money. Signed by L.L. Tabor and Millie Tabor Witnessed by L.G. Erwin and Jasper F. Tabor Lewis G. Erwin was a Carter Co. Notary Public at this time and the County Clerk was James Fults.