Page 128 Record of Commissioner's Deeds Whereas in the action of John N. Ross Administrator John N. Ross heirs or defendant Pending in the Carter Circuit Court an order was entered at the March term 1893 directing S. L. Bays Commissioner of said Court, to expose for sale at public auction, to the highest bidder, the property hereinafter described; and WHEREAS said property was sold in accordance with said order on the 11 day of September 1893 for the sum of Seven Hundred and Thirty Seven dollars and 0 cents, when R. D. Davis became the purchaser thereof; ane WHEREAS the report of said sale was confirmed by said court at the October term, 1893, and at the October term, 1894, an order was entered directing S. L. Bays Commissioner, to execute a Deed of Conveyance of said property to said R. D. Davis but for greater certainty the record and proceedings in said case are referred to. Now, therefore this indenture made and entered into this 14 day of November 1894 between David J. Ross, Nancy J. Ross, John P. Ross, J. J. Ross, A. J. Ross, B. J. Ross, Catherine A. Moore, I. H. Moore, Alice W. Cline, Elza A. Cline, Vandilla Jarvis, Amellions Jarvis, Ettta Jarvis, Arthur Jarvis, Clara Jarvis, Charles Tabor, Martin Tabor, Nancy J. Tabor, David J. Tabor, Frank Tabor, George Tabor, Berry Tabor, Lillie W. Armane(?), David J. Foreman(?), Roberta Ellen Foreman, Marion Foreman(?), James Thomas Applegate, Doris(?) Applegate, Nelson B. Applegate, A. W. Kozee, J. A. Watson Dec'd(?), J. W. Scott, S. B. Young, Jobien(?) Griverse(?), and all the parties to said action by S. L. Bays Commissioner of said Court Parties of the first part and R. D. Davis of the second part, WITNESSETH that for and in consideration of the premises, and for the further consideration of the full payment of the purchase price aforesaid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, the part of the first part, S. L. Bays, as Commissioner aforesaid, has sold, and by this writing does convey to said party of the second part, and to his heirs and assigns forever, the following described property to-wit: A certain tract of land situated on the waters of Tygarts Creek and Ben's Run in the County of Carter and State of Kentucky and bounded as follows: Beginning at a large Sugar tree and poplar on the west bank of Ben's Run S 40 1/2 E 240 poles with marks and lines to a chestnut oak stump thense with the Robert Henderson line N 65 E 125 poles to a stake on the the east side of a revine thense besiding(?) on the D. K. Wise tract N 15 W 54 poles to a poplar and a white oak on a bank(?) N 33 1/2 E 35 poles with the marked line to two white oaks and a dead black oak on an ridge thense S 68 West connecting S 80 W 180 poles to the beginning containing two hundred and four acres.
Submitted by: John W. Grace