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The George Long Farm

50 Acres in the south part of Virginia Military District Survey #3798
Harlan Twp, Warren County, Ohio

Contributor: 
Images from Debbie Jacobs of Lebanon, Ohio who descends from Laura (Long) Roll
Source: 
Warren County, Ohio, Deed Books, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio
Related Links: 
 Debbie Jacobs indicates that the chain of title for this farm is as listed below.
Vol Page Date Acreage Consideration  
 103 403 2 May 1803 1840 acres   Thomas Jefferson (Pres.) to Lt. Col. Richard Taylor of the Virginia Line - Warrent #4889
4 204 16 May 1807 833 acres   Richard Taylor to William Craig
15 442 4 Oct 1830 150 acres   William Craig to Peter Nicely - Sheriff's Sale
16 305-306 21 Apr 1831 50 acres $228 Peter Nicely to George Long
George Long died 1 May 1861. The following deeds cover the sale of the undivided shares of his 50 acres.
41 269-270 19 Dec 1863 1/9 of 50 acres $50 Laura Long to Harper Long
41 270 18 Dec 1863 1/9 of 50 acres $50 Jacob Collins and Mary his wife to Harper Long
48 116-117 20 Oct 1865 4/10 of 50 acres $375 Harper & Mary E. Long to Peter C. Spurling
48 117-118 21 Nov 1865 1/10 of 50 acres $100 Alonzo Long to Peter C. Spurling
48 118 28 Dec 1866 1/10 of 50 acres $100 Seth & Rebecca Long to Peter C. Spurling - Quit Claim
48 119 31 Jan 1867 1/10 of 50 acres $85 James & Jane Long to Peter C. Spurling
48 119-120 27 Mar 1871 7/10 of 50 acres $1150 Peter C. & Amanda Spurling to Samuel Craig
48 532 12 Sep 1865 their undivided 1/10 part  $60 Elias & Eliza Craig to Samuel Craig - Quit Claim
48 533 10 Nov 1865 1/10 of 50 acres $65 John Long to Samuel Craig
50 363-364 13 Apr 1873 his entire interest in 50 acres $200 Benjamin Long to Samuel Craig - Quit Claim
58 553-554 30 Apr 1866 District #2 School House Lot $25 Mary Collins & Jacob her husband to Board of Education of Harlan Township
List of some other Long family deeds recorded in the area - no copies available at this time
20 182 15 Oct 1834 130 acres in east part of Survey #3798 $1100 David F. Randolph to Wm. Long
34 405 5 Apr 1855 130 acres in east prt of Survey #3798 (exceptions) $13.50/acre Wm. Long heirs to Jacob & Thomas Long - Sheriff's Sale [See Partition Suit by Jacob Long vs. Wm. Sawyer et al]
36 289 21 Jan 1857 130 acres in east prt of Survey #3798 $3120 Thos. & Jacob Long to Hiram St. John
39 365 19 Nov 1858 130 acres in east prt of Survey #3798 (exceptions) $625 Eliz. Long to Hiram St. John
36 81 23 Feb 1857 1 acres on Goshen Road in Survey #3798 $600 David Sims to Jacob Long
39 176 14 Nov 1860 130 acres in east prt of Survey #3798 (exceptions) $5289 Hiram St. John to A. J. Jefferies
47 403 7 Feb 1870 1 acre in east part on Goshen Road in Survey #3798 $500 Jacob Long to Mary H. Flomerfelt
           
24 130 17 Dec 1839 26 1/2 acres in west part of Survey #3801 [#5960] $500 David & Sarah Eberhart to Geo. Long    [See transcription by Bernie Clark]
93 131 11 Feb 1905 26 1/2 acres in west part of Survey #3801 [#5960] $1570

David Stiles by Admr. Wm. Chaney to Alonzo Stiles   
[could not find a record of the transfer from the Geo. Long estate to David Stiles]

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Surveys of Virginia Military District Survey #3798 and #3801
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Virginia Military Surveys, Warren Co., O., Map Room, Warren County Engineer, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]


page 102

No. 3798, 1840 acres

Surveyed for Richard Taylor 1840 acres of land on a Military Warrent No. 4889 and part of 4904 on the waters of the OBannon's Creekand Todds Ford: Beginning at a White Oak Kickory and Dogwood in the line of John Taylor's survey No. 3795 and southwest corner of John Crittendens survey No. 980: running with his line S37°E 404 poles crossing a branch at 140 poles to a stake in said Crittendens line: thence S45W° 710 poles crossing a branch at 25 poles and one at 190 poles to two Ashes and a large black oak: thence N45°W 400 poles crossing a branch at 260 poles to four dogwoods south corner to John Taylors survey No. 3794: thence with his line N45°E 764 poles crossing a branch at 110 pooles and a large branch of Todd's fork at 700 poles to the beginning

Henry Bowyer } C.C. William Lytle D.S.
Adam Hay      } June 21st, 1802
Daniel Powell M.   March 16th 1804
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page 104

 

No. 3801, 1000 acres

Surveyed for Henry Vowels 1000 acres of land on part of a Military warrent No. 4863, On the waters of Obannons Creek: Beginning at a Hickory and Elm west corner of his survey No. 3800: thence N45°W 400 poles crossing a branch at 72 poles and one at 200 poles to five Hickories south corner to Samuel P. Minzies Survey No. 3799: thence with his line N.45°E. 400 poles to two ashes and a large black oak, east corner to said Minzies's: thence S45E 400 poles, crossing a branch at 300 poles to three white oaks in the line of said Vowels survey: thence with said line S45°W 400 poles crossing a branch several time to the beginning.

Henry Bowyer } C.C. William Lytle D.S.
Adam Hay      } February 20th 1800
Daniel Powell M.   June 9th 1802
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21 April 1831 Peter Nicely and Lydia his wife of Clinton County to George Long of Warren County; $228 for 50 acres in Military Survey #3798 [Recorded 21 Sep 1831]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 16, page 305-306 Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]


Vol 16 Page 305

This Indenture made the twenty first day of April in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & thirty one between peter Nicely
and Lydia his wife of the County of Clinton in the State of Ohio of the first
part and George Long of the county of Warren & State aforesaid of the Second
part. Witnesseth that the said party of the first part in consideration of the sum
of two hundred & twenty eight dollars of lawful money of the United States to them
in hand paid by the said party of the Second part the receipt whereof is hereby ac-
knowledged have granted bargained Sold aliened enfeoffed & confirmed & by
these presents do grant bargain sell enfeoff & confirm unto the said party
of the Second part his heirs and assigns forever all that certain lot tract or
parcel of land Situate lying & being in the county of Warren & State of Ohio
containing fifty acres be the Same more of less part of Survey No. 3798 and
bounded as follows to wit Beginning at the corner of Edward C. Johnsons line
in said Survey thence running North 45° E. 108 poles thence S. 45° E. 74¼
poles thence South 45° West 108 piles thence North 45° West 74¼ poles to the
place of Beginning Together with all and singular the hereditaments & appu
rtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining & the reversions & reve
sions & remainder & remainders rents issues & profits thereof and all the estate right title
interst claim or demand whatsoever of the said party of the first part either in
law or equity of in & to the above bargained premises with the said heredita
ments & appurtenances To have & To hold the said premises above particularly
mentioned & desribed to the said party of the second part his heirs and assigns
forever & the said Peter Nicely & Lydia his wife do for themselves heirs executors
& administrators covenant and grant to & with the said party of the second part their

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Linda Booram
30 Jul - 17 Aug 2007


Vol 16 Page 306
heirs and assigns that they the said party of the first part are lawfully seized in fee of the
aforesaid granted premises that they are free from all incumbrance that they
have a good right to sell & convey the same to the said party of the second part
as aforesaid, & that they Will & their heirs executors and administrators Shall ?(???)
and defend the same to the said party of the second part his heirs and assigns
forever against all lawful demands of all persons In witness Whereof that
Peter Nicely and Lydia his wife party of the first part have hereunto set their
Hands and affixed their seals the day & year first above Written….
Signed Sealed and Delivered
In presence of Peter (his mark) Nicely
     Wm Crosson
     Joseph Hannah
and Lydia (her mark) Nicely

Received for records
19th Sept. 1831
Recorded 21st September
1831---
Asahel Brown
R.W.C

State of Ohio Warren County SS
Before the undersigned, one of the Justices of the peace Within & for the
County aforesaid. On this 21st day of April 1831, personally appeared Peter
Nicely & Lydia his wife the above named grantors & acknowledged the above
Indenture to be their voluntary act & deed. And at the same time the said
Lydia Nicely wife of said Peter Nicely being by me first examined seperate
& apart from her husband and made acquainted with the contents of the above
deed by having the same read acknowledged that she did sign the af?? deed (???)
doth acknowledge the same freely & voluntarily & without any fear force or coersion
of her said husband. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand &
affixed my seal this 21st day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand
Eight hundred & thirty one - - - - - Wm Crosson J. P.

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19 Dec 1863 Laura Long to Harper Long; $50 for her undivided 1/9 part of 50 acres in Military Survey #3798 [Recorded 4 Jan 1864]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 41, page 269-270, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]


Vol 41 Page 269

Laura Long to Harper Long

Know all men,
                              That Laura Long of the County of Warren and State of Ohio in consid-
eration of Fifty Dollars to her paid by Harper Long of the County and State aforesaid
the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged does hereby bargain, sell, and convey to the said
Harper Long his heirs and assigns forever, her undivided one ninth part of the fol-
lowing Real Estate, Situated in the County of Warren and State of Ohio and bounded and
described as follows, being part of survey No. 3798, and beginning at the corner of Edward
Johnsons land in the Said Survey; thence N.45° E 108 poles; thence S. 45° E. 74 ¼ poles;
thence S. 45° W. 108 poles, thence N. 45° W 74 ¼ poles to the beginning, containing Fifty
acres more or less, together with all the privileges and appurtenances to the same belong
ing, To Have and To Hold the same to the said Harper Long his heirs and assigns for-
ever. The grantor her heirs and assigns hereby covenanting with the grantee his heirs
and assigns, that the Title So conveyed is clear free, and unincumbered by any act of
the grantor herein. In witness whereof, the said Laura Long has hereunto set her hand
and seal, this eighteenth day of December in the year eighteen hundred and Sixty three.

Signed, sealed, and acknow-
ledged in presence of
   Henry Runyan
   Joseph W. Cuttinger

(written sideways)
Received for Record
December 19th
1863, and Recor
ded January
4th, 1864.
     P.F. Sullivan
     R.W.C.

Laura Long  {seal}

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Vol 41 Page 270
The State of Ohio
County of Warren, S S.
                       Be it Remembered, that on this Eighteenth day of December in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Sixty three before me the Subscriber, a Justice
of the Peace in and for said County personally came Laura Long the grantor in the above
conveyance, and acknowledged the Signing and Sealing the Same to be her voluntary act
and deed for the uses and purposes therein mentioned.
                  In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto Subscribed my name and affixed my
                  Seal at Butlerville on the day and year last aforesaid.
                                                                                        Henry Runyan, J.P. {seal}

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18 Dec 1863 Jacob Collins & Mary his wife to Harper Long; $50 for their undivided 1/9 part of 50 acres in Military Survey #3798 [Recorded 4 Jan 1864]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 41, page 270, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]

Vol 41 Page 270

Jacob Collins to Harper Long

Know all men,
                         That Jacob Collins and Mary Collins his wife of the County of Warren
and State of Ohio in consideration of Fifty Dollars to them paid by Harper Long of the
County and State aforesaid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, does hereby bargain,
sell, and convey to the said Harper Long his heirs and assigns forever, the undivi
ded one ninth part of the following Real Estate Situated in the County of Warren and
State of Ohio, and bounded and described as follows, being part of survey No. 3798. Begin
ning at the corner of Edward C. Johnsons land in Said Survey, thence N.45° E 108 poles,
thence S. 45° E. 74 ¼ poles, thence S. 45° W. 108 poles, thence N. 45° W 74 ¼ poles to the beginning,
Containing Fifty acres more or less, together with all the privileges and appurtenan
ces to the same belonging, To Have and To Hold the same to the said Harper Long his
heirs and assigns forever. The grantors their heirs and assigns hereby covenanting with
the grantee his heirs and assigns, that the Title So conveyed is clear free, and unincum
bered by any act of the grantor herein.
In witness whereof, the said Jacob Collins and Mary Collins his wife has hereunto
set their hands and seals, this eighteenth day of December, in the year eighteen hundred
and Sixty three.

Signed, sealed, and acknow-
ledged in presence of
   Henry Runyan
   R. Jane Runyan

(written sideways)
Received for Record
December 19th 1863
Recorded January 4th,
1864.
     P.F. Sullivan
R.W.C.

Jacob Collins  {seal}
           her
Mary   x   Collins {seal}
         mark

The State of Ohio
County of Warren, S S.
                             Be it Remembered, that on this Eighteenth day of December in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Sixty three before me the Subscriber, a Jus
tice of the Peace in and for said County personally came Jacob Collins and Mary Col
lins his wife the grantors in the above conveyance, and acknowledged the Signing and Seal
ing the Same to be their voluntary act and deed for the uses and purposes therein men
tioned. And the said Mary Collins wife of the said Jacob Collins, being at the Same
time examined by me, Separate and apart from her said husband and the contents of
Said Deed being by me made known and explained to her, then declared that she
did voluntarily, Sign, Seal and acknowledge the same and that she was Still Satisfied
with as her act and deed for the uses and purposes therein mentioned.
                In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto Subscribed my name and affixed
                my Seal at Butlerville on the day and year last aforesaid.
                                                                   Henry Runyan, J.P. {seal}

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  Bernie Clark writes on 31 July 2007
"Mary (Long) Collins and Jacob Collins are my great grandparents."
 

20 Oct 1865 Harper Long & Mary E. his wife to Peter C. Spurling; $375 for their undivided 4/10th part of 50 acres in Military Survey #3798 [Recorded 11 Jul 1871]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 48, page 116-117, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]

Vol 48 Page 116

Harper & Mary E Long to Peter C. Spurling

Know all men by these presents: that Harper Long of Warren county
state of Ohio in consideration of three hundred and seventy-five dollars
to him paid by Peter C. Spurling of same place the receipt whereof is
hereby acknowledged, does hereby grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Peter
C. Spurling his heirs and assigns forever, his undivided four tenths of the
following real estate (with all the encumberances that is (sic) now thereon) to wit,
situated in the county of Warren state of Ohio, bounded as follows: being
part of survey No. 3798, beginning at the corner of Edward C. Johnsons’
land in said survey and running thence N. 45° E. 108 poles, thence S. 45°
E. 74 ¼ poles, thence S. 45° W. 108 poles, thence N. 45° W. 74 ¼ poles to the
beginning, containing fifty acres more or less, And all the estate, title and
interest of the said Harper Long, whether in law or in equity, of, in
and to the said premises; together with all the privileges and appurtenances
to the same belonging, and all the rents, issues and profits thereof: to have
and to hold the same to the only proper use of the said Peter C. Spur
ling his heirs and assigns forever, And that said Harper Long for him-
self and for his heirs, executors, and administrators, does hereby covenant with
the said Peter C. Spurling heirs and assigns, that he is the true and law
ful owner of the said premises & has full power to convey the same; In
witness whereof, the said Harper Long and Mary E Long his wife who
hereby releases her right and expectancy of dower in said premises has here
unto set their hands and seals, this 20” day of October, in the year of
our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five.
Signed, sealed, and acknowledged in presence of us: -

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Vol 48 Page 117
D. G. Apgar
Henry Runyan
(written sideways)
Rec’d for rec-
ord June 30”,
1871,and re-
corded July 11”,
1871.
On this deed
was a U.S. Int
Rev stamp of
value 50c can-
celled: - H.L.,
Oct 20/65,
A.B. Goode RWC

           his
Harper x Long {seal}
         mark

Mary Ellen Long {seal}

The State of Ohio
County of Warren, S S.
                                     Be it remembered, that on the 20” day of October,
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five, before
me, a justice of the peace within and for the said county, personally came Har
per Long, the grantor in the foregoing deed, and acknowledged the signing
and sealing thereof to be his voluntary act and deed, for the uses and
purposes therein mentioned. And the said ______ being examined by me separate
and apart from her said husband, declared that she did voluntarily sign
seal and acknowledge the foregoing deed and that she was still satisfied
therewith for the purposes therein mentioned. In testimony whereof, I have
hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal on the day and year
above mentioned.                                            Henry Runyan, J.P. {seal

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21 Nov 1865 Alonzo Long to Peter C. Spurling; $100 for his undivided 1/10th part of 50 acres in Military Survey #3798 [Recorded 11 Jul 1871]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 48, page 117-118, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]

Vol 48 Page 117

Alonzo Long to Peter C. Spurling

Know all men by these presents: that Alonzo Long of Warren coun-
ty state of Ohio in consideration of one hundred dollars to him paid
by Peter C. Spurling of same place the receipt whereof is hereby acknow-
ledged, does hereby grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Peter C. Spurl-
ing his heirs and assigns forever, his undivided one tenth part of the
following real estate situated in Warren county state of Ohio being part
of survey No. ____. Bounded as follows, to wit: on the south west by the
land of Addis Cordell on the north west by the land of William Young
on the north east by the land of Samuel Craig and on the south east
by the land of Andrew Spence - with all the encumberances of debts and
dower that is now on said real estate containing fifty acres more or
less, being the land formerly owned by George Long now deceased, And
all the estate, title and interest of the said Alonzo Long either in law
or in equity, of, in and to the said premises; together with all the privi-
leges and appurtenances to the same belonging, and all the rents, issues
and profits thereof: to have and to hold the same to the only proper use of
the said Peter C. Spurling his heirs and assigns forever, And that said
Alonzo Long for himself and for his heirs, executors, and administrators,
does hereby covenant with the said Peter C. Spurling heirs and as-
signs, that he is the true and lawful owner of the said premises, and has
full power to convey the same; - In witness whereof, the said Alonzo Long
has hereunto set his hand and seal, this 21” day of November, in the year
of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five.

Signed, sealed, and ac-
knowledged in presence of us:
   Henry Runyan
   R.J. Runyan
(written sideways)
Rec’d for record
June 30”, 1871
and recorded July
11”, 1871.
On this mort-
gage was a U.S.
Int. Rev. stamp
of value 50c can-
celled: - H.R.,
Nov 21, 1865,
A.B. Goode RWC
           his
Alonzo x Long {seal}
         mark

The State of Ohio
County of Warren, S S.
Be it remembered, that on the 21” day of November,
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five, be-
fore me, personally came Alonzo Long the grantor in the foregoing deed,
and acknowledged the signing and sealing thereof to be his voluntary

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Vol 48 Page 118
act and deed, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. In testimony where
of, I have hereunto subscribed my name, and affixed my seal on the day and
year aforesaid.                                                      Henry Runyan, J.P. {seal}

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28th day of December 1866 Seth & Rebecca Long to Peter C. Spurling; $100 for their undivided 1/10th part of 50 acres in Military Survey #3798 [Recorded 11 Jul 1871]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 48, page 118, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]

Vol 48 Page 118
Seth & Rebecca Long to Peter C. Spurling

Know all men by these presents: that Seth Long and Rebecca Long
his wife of the county of Warren and State of Ohio in consideration of
one hundred dollars to them paid by Peter C. Spurling of the county and
state aforesaid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, do hereby remise
release, and forever quit claim to the said Peter C Spurling his heirs and
assigns forever, the following real estate, to wit: - one tenth part of all
the real estate of George Long, deceased, situate in the township of Har-
lan, county of Warren, and state of Ohio, and bounded as follows, on
the south by lands (“of” crossed out) owned by Andrew Spence; on the east by lands
owned by Samuel Craig; on the north by lands owned by William Young;
on the west by lands formerly owned by Robert C. Shurts (?); being the same
land described in a deed given to said George Long, deceased, by Peter Nicely
and recorded in book __ page __ of the records of Warren county, Ohio, and
all the estate, title and interest of the said Seth Long either in law or
in equite, of, in and to the said premises; together with all the privile
ges and appurtenances to the same belonging, and all the rents, issues and
profits thereof; to have and to hold the same to the only proper use of the
said Peter C. Spurling his heirs and assigns forever. In witness whereof,
the said Seth Long and Rebecca Long, his wife, who hereby releases her
right and expectancy of dower in the said premises, have hereunto set their
hands & seals, this __ day of __, in the year of our Lord, one thousand
eight hundred and ____.

Signed, Sealed, and acknowledged
in presence of us
      Thornton Thompson
      E. L. Runyan

(written sideways)
Rec’d for record
June 30” 1871,
and recorded July
11”, 1871 &
On this deed
was a U.S. Int
Rev stamp of
value 50c can-
celled: - S.L.,
Dec 28”, 1866
A.B. Goode RWC

Seth Long {seal}
Rebecca Long {seal}      

State of Ohio
Warren County, ss
                                      Be it remembered, that on the 28” day of December
in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six,
before me, Thornton Thompson a justice of the peace personally came Seth
Long and Rebecca Long his wife the grantors in the foregoing deed, and
acknowledged the signing and sealing thereof to be their voluntary act and
deed, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. And the said Rebecca
Long wife of the said Seth Long being examined by me, separate and a
part from her said husband, and the contents of said deed being by me
made known and explained to her, as the statute directs, declared that she
did voluntarily sign, seal & acknowledge the same and that she was
still satisfied therewith, as her act and deed, for the uses and purposes
therein mentioned. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name
and affixed my Seal on the day and year aforesaid.
                                                                Thornton Thompson, J.P. {seal}

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31 Jan 1867 James & Jane Long to Peter C. Spurling; $85 for their undivided 1/10th part of 50 acres in Military Survey #3798 [Recorded 12 Jul 1871]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 48, page 119, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]

Vol 48 Page 119
James and Jane Long to Peter C. Spurling

Know all men by these presents that I, James Long & Jane Long his wife
of the county of Warren & State of Ohio in consideration of eighty-five dollars
in hand paid by Peter C. Spurling of Warren county, Ohio the receipt where-
of is hereby acknowledged, have bargained and sold and do by these pres-
ents grant bargain sell and convey to the said Peter C. Spurling his
heirs and assigns forever, the following described real estate to wit, the un-
divided one tenth part of a tract of land formerly owned by George Long
now (dec.) containing fifty acres be the same more or less, lying & being
in the county of Warren & state of Ohio a part of Survey No 3798 &
bounded & described as follows, beginning at the corner of Edward C. Johns-
tons land in said survey thence running north 45° East 108 poles thence
south 45° east 74 ¼ poles thence south 45 west 108 poles thence north 45°
west 74 ¼ poles to the place of beginning the aforesaid undivided one tenth
part. Together with all & singular the hereditaments & appurtenances to the
the (sic) same belonging together with all the right title & interest of the said
James Long & Jane Long his wife, to have and to hold the said premises to
the only proper use of the said Peter C. Spurling & his heirs & assigns for-
ever, and the said James Long & Jane Long his wife doth hereby cov-
enant with the party of the 2nd part that they are the true & lawful
owners of the said premises & have full power to convey the same & the pre-
mises are clear free & unincumbered & the said James Long & Jane Long
his wife who hereby relinquishes her right & expectancy of dower in &
to the said premises for themselves and their heirs executors and adminis-
trators will forever warrant and defend the same against the lawful claims
of all persons whomsoever. In witness whereof, the said James Long and
Jane Long have hereunto set their hands & seals, this 31st day of Jan-
uary AD 1867

Signed, sealed, and ac knowledged in presence of us
      B. Britton (?)
      Eiza Coony (?)

(written sideways)
Rec’d for record
June 30” 1871,
and recorded Ju-
ly 12”,1871.
On this deed
was a U.S. Int
Rev stamp of
value 50c can-
celled: - J.L.,
J.L., Jan 31”
1867.
A.B. Goode RWC

James Long {seal}

her           
Jane  x  Long {seal}
mark          

The State of Ohio, Brown County, ss Be it known that on this 31st day
of January, A.D. 1867, before the undersigned a justice of the peace in &
for said county personally came the within named James Long & Jane Long
his wife the grantors in the foregoing deed and acknowledged the signing &
sealing of the same to be their voluntary act & deed & the said Jane
Long being examined by me apart from her said husband & the contents
made known to her she then declared she did sign seal & acknowledge
the same & that she is still satisfied with the same. In testimony where-
of, I have hereunto subscribed my name & affixed my Seal this a-
bove date. B. Britton, J.P. {seal}

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10 Nov 1865 Peter C. & Amanda Spurling to Samuel Craig; $1150 for their undivided 7/10th part of 50 acres in Military Survey #3798 [Recorded 12 Jul 1871]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 48, page 119-120, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]

Vol 48 Page 119
Peter C. & Amanda Spurling to Samuel Craig

Know all men by these presents: - that Peter C. Spurling of War-
ren county state of Ohio in consideration of eleven hundred and fifty
dollars to him paid by Samuel Craig the receipt whereof is hereby ac-
knowledged, do hereby grant, bargain, sell and convey to the said Samuel
Craig his heirs and assigns forever, his undivided seven tenths of the-

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Vol 48 Page 120
following described real estate situate in Harlan Township Warren County
Ohio, being part of Survey No 3798 beginning at the corner of L.R. (?)
Long’s (?) land in said survey and running thence N 45° E 108 poles, thence
S 45° E 74 ¼ poles, thence S 45° W 108 poles, thence N 45° W 74 ¼ poles
to the beginning containing fifty acres more or less, Reserving the right
of dower of Sarah Long in the above described premises, And all the es-
tate title and interest of the said Peter C. Spurling either in law or equi-
ty, of, in and to the said premises; together with all the privileges and ap-
purtenances to the same belonging, and all the rents, issues and profits there-
of; to have and to hold the same to the only proper use of the said Sam-
uel Craig his heirs and assigns forever, And the said Peter C Spurling
for himself and for his heirs, executors and administrators, do hereby covenant
with the said Samuel Craig his heirs and assigns, that he is the true and
lawful owner of the said premises, and has full power to convey the same,
that the title, so conveyed, is clear, free and unincumbered; and further that
he will warrant and defend the same against all claim, or claims, of all
persons whomsoever. In Witness whereof, the said Peter C Spurling and A-
manda Spurling his wife who hereby release her right and expectancy
of dower in the said premises, has hereunto set their hands and seals, this
this (sic) 27st day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hund-
red and seventy-one
Signed, Sealed, and acknowledged
in presence of us
      J. H. Giles
      Henry Runyan

(written sideways)
Rec’d for record
June 30” 1871,
and recorded July
12”, 1871.
On this deed
were U.S. Int
Rev stamp of
value $1.50 can-
celled: - P.C.S., Mar
27”, 1871.
A.B. Goode RWC .

P. C. Spurling {seal}
Amanda Spurling {seal}      

The State of Ohio
County of Warren, ss
                                          Be it remembered that on this 29” day of March
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one,
before me, the subscriber, a justice of the peace in said county, personally
came Peter C. Spurling the grantor in the foregoing deed, and acknowledged
the signing and sealing thereof to be (“their” crossed out) his voluntary act & deed
for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. And the said Amanda Spur-
ling wife of the said Peter C. Spurling being examined by me, separate and
apart from her said husband, and the contents of said deed being my me
made known and explained to her as the statue directs, declared that
she did, voluntarily, sign, seal and acknowledge the same, and that she
was still satisfied therewith, as her act and deed, for the uses and pur-
poses therein mentioned. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed
my name, and affixed my seal, on the day and year aforesaid
                                             Henry Runyan, J.P. {seal}

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12 Sep 1865 Elias & Eliza Long to Samuel Craig; $60 for their undivided 1/10th part of 50 acres in Military Survey #3798 [Recorded 1 Sep 1871]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 48, page 532-533, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]

Vol 48 Page 532

Elias & Eliza Craig to Samuel Craig (Q.C.)
Know all men by these presents:
                                                  That Elias Craig and Eliza Craig
his wife, of the County of Warren State of Ohio in consideration of
Sixty Dollars to them paid by Samuel Craig of the aforesaid County
and State the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, does hereby Re
mise, Release and forever Quit Claim to the said Samuel Craig his
heirs and assigns forever, their undivided one tenth part of the
following described Real Estate, situated in the County of Warren State of
Ohio, being part of Survey No ____ (sic) bounded as follows, on the
N.E. the land of Samuel Craig on the S.E. by the land of An=
drew Spence _ on the S.W. by the land of Adelia Cordell and on the
N.W. by the land of William Young containing about 50 acres
more or less: And all the estate, title and interest of the said Elias
Craig and Eliza Craig either in law or in equity of, in and to the said
premises: together with all the privileges and appurtances to
the same belonging, and all the rents, issues and profits thereof: to
have and to hold the same to the only proper use of the said Sam
uel Craig his heirs and assigns forever. In witness whereof, the
said Elias Craig and Eliza Craig his wife who hereby release her
right and expectancy of Dower in the said premises, has hereun
to set their hands and seals, this twelfsh (sic?) day of September, in
the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty five.

Signed, Sealed, and acknowledged
in presence of us
      Henry Runyan
      R. J. Runyan

(written sideways)
Recd for Record
Aug 30 “ 1871 and
Recorded Sept 1st
1871.
on this Deed
was a U.S.
int rev stamp
of value 50cts
cancelled. E.C.
E.C. Sept 12”
1865. AB Goode R.W.C.

Elias Craig {seal}

her       
   Eliza  x   Craig {seal}
mark      


The State of Ohio,
County of Warren. } ss
                                  Be it Remembered that on the twelfsh day of
September, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun=
dred and sixty five, before me, a Justice of the Peace within and for
said County personally came Elias Craig and Eliza Craig the gran
tors in the foregoing Deed, and acknowledged the signing and sealing
thereof to be their voluntary act and deed, for the uses and purposes
therein mentioned. And the said Eliza Craig wife of the said Elias
Craig being examined by me, separate and apart from her said
husband, and the contents of said Deed being by me made known
and explained to her, as the Statute directs, did and (?) that she
did voluntarily sign, seal and acknowledge the same, and that she
was still satisfied therewith, as her act and deed, for the uses
and purposed therein mentioned. In testimony whereof, I have

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Vol 48 Page 533
hereunto subscribed my name, and affixed my seal, on the day
and year aforesaid Henry Runyan J.P. {seal}

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27 March 1871 John Long to Samuel Craig; $65 for his undivided 1/10th part of 50 acres in Military Survey #3798 [Recorded 30 Aug 1871]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 48, page 533, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]

Vol 48 Page 533
John Long to Samuel Craig

Know all men by these presents
                                                       That John Long of the
County of Warren State of Ohio in consideration of Sixty five
Dollars to him paid by Samuel Craig of the same place the
receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, does hereby grant, bargain,
sell and convey to the said Samuel Craig his heirs and assigns
forever, his undivided one tenth part of the following Real
Estate, being part of Survey No 3798 in the State of Ohio,Coun
ty of Warren described as follows, on the North East the land
of Samuel Craig on the South East by the land of Andrew
Spence on the South West by the land of Adelia Cordell and
on the North West by the land of William Young containing
about 50 acres more or less, together with all the encum=
brances that is now on said described premises, And all
the estate, title and interest of the said John Long either in
law or in equity of, in and to the said premises: together with
all the privileges and appurtances to the same belonging and
all the rents, issues and profits thereof, to have and to hold
the same to the only proper use of the said Samuel Craig
his heirs and assigns forever. And the said John Long for
himself and for his heirs, executors and administrators, does here
by covenant with the said Samuel Craig his hears and assigns,
that he is the true and lawful owner of the said premises, and
has full power to convey the same: In witness whereof, the
said John Long has hereunto set his hand and seal, this tenth
day of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight
hundred and sixty five.

Signed, Sealed, and acknowl edged in presence of us
      E. S. Runyan
      E. Watkins

(written sideways)
Recd for Record
Aug 30 “ 1871 and
Recorded Sept 1st
1871.
on this Deed
was a U.S. int
rev stamp of val
ue 50cts can=
celled. Nov 10th
1865. H.R.
AB Goode R.W.C.

his      
   John  x   Long {seal}
mark      

The State of Ohio, County of Warren, ss
                        Be it Remembered That on the 10th day of No=
vember, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
sixty five, before me, a Justice of the Peace within and for said
County personally came John Long the grantor in the forego=
ing Deed, and acknowledged the signing and sealing thereof to be his
voluntary act and deed, for the uses and purposes therein men=
tioned. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my
name, and affixed my Seal on the day and year aforesaid
                                         Henry Runyan J.P. {seal}

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13 April 1872 Benjamin Long to Samuel Craig; $200 for a Quit claim to his entire interest of 50 acres in Military Survey #3798 [Recorded 2 May 1873]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 50, page 363-364, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]

Vol 50 Page 363
(bottom of p363)

Benjamin Long to Samuel Craig (Quit Claim)

Know all men by these presents
                                         That Benjamin Long of Warren County State of Ohio in con
sideration of Two hundred Dollars to him paid by Samuel Craig, The receipt whereof is
hereby acknowledged, does hereby Remise, Release, and forever Quit Claim to the said
Samuel Craig his heirs and assigns forever, his Entire interest in the following described
Real Estate situate in the County of Warren State of Ohio being part of Survey No 3798
and bounded as follows. Bounded in the East by the lands of Andrew Spence, on the

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Vol 50 Page 364
(top of p364)

South by the lands of Mr Corey on the west by the lands of William Young and in the North
by the lands of Samuel Craig being the land known as the George Long farm containing fifty
Acres more or less, and all the Estate, Title and Interest of the said Benjamin Long either in
Law or in Equity, of in and to the said premises: Together with all the privileges and appur-
tenances to the same belonging, and all the rents issues and profits thereof: To have and to hold
the same to the only proper use of the said Samuel Craig his heirs and assigns forever:
And the said Benjamin Long for himself and his heirs, do hereby Covenant with Samuel
Craig
his heirs and assigns, that the said premises are Free and Clear from all Incumbrances
by, from, through, or under the said grantor, and that he will forever Warrant and Defend
the same, with the appurtenances, unto the said Samuel Craig his heirs and assigns
against the lawful claims of all persons, claiming by, from through, or under the grantor
herein. In witness whereof, the said Benjamin Long has here unto set his hand and seal
this thirteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and Seventy
two

Signed, Sealed, and acknowledged
in presence of us
                    Henry Runyan
                    Albert G. Johnston
(written sideways)
Received for Record
April 25 1873 and
Recorded May 2nd 1873
On this Deed was U.S.
Int. Rev. Stamp of val.
50cts Duly cancelled
Thos H Drake R.W.C.
his   
Benjamin   x   Long {seal}
mark   

The State of Ohio, County of Warren, ss
                                       Be it Remembered That on the 13th day of April in the year of
our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and Seventy two before me, the subscriber, a Justice
of the peace personally came Benjamin Long, the grantor in the foregoing Deed and Acknow=
ledged the signing and sealing thereof to be his voluntary act and Deed, for the uses and
purposes therein mentioned. In testimony thereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name
and affixed my Seal on the day and year aforesaid
                                                                                            Henry Runyan J.P. {seal}

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30 Apr 1866 Mary Collins & Jacob her Husband to Board of Education of Harlan Township;
$25 for District #2 School House Lot in Military Survey #3798
[Recorded 25 Aug 1880]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 58, page 553-554, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]

Vol 58 Page 553
Mary & Jacob Collins to the Board of Education Harlan TP

Know all men by these Presents
That Mary Collins of the County of Warren and
State of Ohio & Jacob Collins her husband in consideration of twenty
five dollars to her paid by the Board of Education of Harlan To-
wnship of the County and State aforesaid the receipt whereof
is hereby acknowledged do hereby Grant Bargain Sell and Convey
to the said Board of Education and ther assigns forever the
following Real Estate situate in the Township of Harlan
County of Warren and State of Ohio, Being part of survey No
3798. Bounded and described as follows beginning at a stone
Amish (?) school house lot in District No 2 of Harlan Township
running thence a north east direction and parallel with the
Goshen and Wilmington Turnpike twenty seven feet thence
a north west direction and running parallel with the lots of
New Collumbia one hundred & 43 feet thence running a south
west direction to the aforesaid school house lot to the place of

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Vol 58 Page 554

beginning and all the Estate Title and Interest of the said Mary
Collins & Jacob Collins her husband either in Law or in Equity
of in and to the said premises together with all the privileges and app-
urtances to the same belonging and all the rents issues and
profits therof to have and to hold the same to the only proper
use of the said Board of Education and their assigns forever
and the said Mary Collins and Jacob Collins for themselves and
for their heirs executors and administrators does hereby covenant with
the said Board of Education and their assigns that they are the true
and lawful owners of the said premises and have full power to convey
the same. And that the title so conveyed is clear free and unen-
cumbered and further that they will warrant and Defend the
same against all claim or claims of all person whomsoever
In witness whereof the said Mary Collins & Jacob Collins her hus-
band hereby release their right and expectancy of Dues (?) in the
said premises have hereunto set their hands and seals this the 30th
day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-six

Signed sealed and acknowleded
in presence of us Thornton Thompson
                Charles Schooley
stamp
{__ April}
{50        }
{   1866}
         her
Mary   x  Collins {seal}
        mark
Jacob Collins       {seal}

the State of Ohio County of Warren SS
Be it Remembered that on the 30th day
of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
Sixty-six before me Thornton Thompson a Justice of Peace, personally
came Mary Collins and Jacob Collins and Jacob Collins (sic) the
granters in the foregoing Deed and acknowledged the signing
and sealing thereof to be their voluntary act and deed for the
uses and purposes therein mentioned and the said said (sic) Mary
Collins wife of the said Jacob Collins being observed (?) by me separate
and apart from her said husband and the contents of said Deed
being by me made known and explained to her as the statute
directs declared that she did voluntarily sign seal and and (sic) ac-
knowledge the same and that she is still satisfied therewith as
her act and deed for the uses and purposed therein mentioned
In testimony whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and
affixed my seal on the day and year aforesaid
Received August 25th 1880
Ap(?) 11-30 O____ ANC(?) Thornton Thompson J P
Recorded Aug 25th 1880
Henry H Dunham RWC(?)

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11 Feb 1905 William Chaney, Administrator for David Stiles deceased to Alonzo Stile; $1070 for 26 1/2 acres in Military Survey #3801 [#5960?]
Source: Warren County, Ohio, Deed Book Volume 93, page 131, Warren County Recorder, Lebanon, Ohio - [return to list of deeds]

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some abstracted details
3 Dec 1904 Chaney vs. Carrie Dupler & others [case I203]
2 Jan 1905 sale ordered
4 Feb 1905 high bid of $1070 by Alonzo Stiles
beginning at a stake and white oak in line of Philip Stump (now William L. Long) & corner of Ebenezer Stevens (now T. Jones' Heirs)
N45°E 78.5 poles; N44 1/2° N[?] 54 poles; S 44 1/2° W 78.5 poles; S 44 1/2° E 54 poles
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