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This indenture made and entered into this 11th day of February 1856 
by and between Zacharian Tyree Commissioner appointed by the Carter 
County Court at its December term 1855 to make deeds to the heirs of 
George James, deceased, according to the division of  lease(?) as 
reported by commissioners and Margaret James, M. E. James, Emily James, 
Amanda James, Mary Vanlandingham and Rebecca Ross of the first part 
and Rubin Willburn and Sila Willburn, his wife and daughter of George James, 
deceased of the second part, all of the county of Carter and state of 
Kentucky, witnesseth for all(?) in consideration of the promises 
aforesaid, the party of the first part has this day bargained, sold 
and conveyed unto the party of the second part all that tract of 
land lying and being in the county and state aforesaid on the waters 
of Tygerts Creek and bounded as follows to wit: Beginning at 3 white 
oaks, a corner in the deed of Gabriel Scott to George James thense 
south 65 west 35 poles to a stake in mothers(?) fich(?) S 22 E 9 poles 
to stake S 29 E 24 poles a stake S 13 E 26 poles 
white oak N 64 136 to four small white oaks N 6 1/2 E 22 poles to one 
white oak and maple N 48 E 18 to a double beech and two small spruce 
pines on a cliff N 50 W 40 to two white oaks N 21 E 32 poles to one 
white oak and ash N 30 W 28 poles to white oak and black oak and one 
hickory S 70 W 62 poles  to two white oaks and a beech on 
cliff S 15 E 36 to 3 oaks S 26 poles to 2 white oaks N 34 W 41 poles 
the beginning being lot no. 2 and survey 110 acres (written as 1,10).

Above cannot be correct as drawn.... oh well...

Submitted by: John W. Grace

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