Book S & T Pages 427 - 428 November 29, 1901 This indenture made and entered into by and between L.L. Tabor and wife Millie, George W. Dean and wife Susan and S.N. Reynolds and wife Isabelle, parties of the first part of Olive Hill, Ky. and Harbison & Walker Company, Southern Department. A corporation of the second part, witness unto that for and in consideration of the sum of Eighteen (18) dollars per acre for the property herein after conveyed the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged. The parties of the first part in consideration of the payment of said sum of money hereby bargain, sell and convey unto the party of the second part by Warranty Deed, All the Fire Clay in and under the following described tract of land, which is a small triangular tract. Not included in Deed S.N. Reynolds to G.E. Carlyle. Bounded on the North by the land of the Olive Hill Fire Brick Company, on the West by the lands of the party of the second part, known as the Sally Ann Ash farm. Which party of the second part bought from J. Garvin. On the East by the land of J.H. Armstrong Sr.. On the South by the land of S.N. Reynolds containing about two acres, more or less. Together with mining privileges of Same and also with the free and uninterupted right of way, into, upon and under Said land. At such (points?) and in such manner as may be necessary for the purpose of mining, digging, ventilating, draining and carrying away or removal of all said Fire Clay, in and under said described tract of land hereby waiving all damages or damage of any (Sin_?) arising there from or from the removal of all Said Fire Clay and also the privelige of mining and removing through said described land or (____?) road after fire clay belonging to party of the second part, their successors or assigns on which may here after be acquired. To have and to hold until the party of the second part, it's successors and assigns (f____?) all the property herein above conveyed and the _____? to the same to parties of the first part hereby warrant generally. Given under our hands this 29th. day November 1901 Geo. W. Dean Susan Dean L.L. Tabor Millie Tabor S.N. Reynolds Isabelle Reynolds
Submitted by: Bonnie Carver
Editorial note: above deed executed by Lauderdale Lane Tabor, born April 1827 in VA. and his wife, Permilia "Milly" (Stamper) Tabor, born 1827, died 1912.