Carter Co., Ky. Court House Book Y Page 451 Dec. 21, 1881 Know all men by their presence that Basil M. Tabor of the County of Carter and State of Kentucky, hereby covenant and agree with Lewis N. Kitchen, James W. Armstrong and Lillbourn E. Tabor of the County of Carter, a committee appointed by the Christian Church, known as the Campbell Light Church, Trough Camp. As follows, that in consideration of the love and affection of said Church and those friends buried there, I give and bequeath to said Church - the following piece or boundry of land, lying and being in the County of Carter and State of Kentucky, on the waters of Trough Camp Fork of Tygarts Creek at the Grave Yard near the said Basil M. Tabors. Bounded as follows towit: Beginning at a Chestnut tree on the road side thence an East course to a set stone in the corner of the fence thence a North East course 15 (75?) steps to a set stone thence a North course to a set stone thence a West course to a hickory bush and a set stone thence with the County road, Southward to the beginning. Supposed to contain one and one half acres, more or less. It is further provided that the title of the foregoing premises shall forever remain in the hands and be controlled by the trustees of the Christian Church and the succession in office but said trustees are requested to give all other denominations and others (agrees?) to use and improve the lands (are so much?) as each family may require for burial purposes, the said, Basil M. Tabor, will forever warrant and defend the title hereby conveyed. Given under my hand the 21st. day of December 1881. This deed is signed by Basil M. Tabor Acknowledged by Basil M. Tabor and ordered to record this 21st. day of December 1881 Attest: A.C. Tabor for E.P. Davis, Clerk, C.C.C.