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Deed Book A - Extracts©
Harlan County Court records - Pages 201 - 300

for background information, please see the
Preface

GRANTOR = seller
GRANTEE = buyer
a pole = 16 1/2 feet

page 200/201
John HOWARD Sr to Daniel NIX [reads as David in one of three places in the body of the deed] 20 July 1827 for $20 "beginning at a stone marked with D.N. on the Town line near the old ford thence southward to a sycamore on the lower point of Cawoods Island South of Town."

page 201/203
Green CLAY and Sally CLAY of Madison County, Kentucky to Robert GEORGE 20 June 1827 "for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand dollars currant money of the United States with interest there on from the 13th day of July 1819" All right title claim and interest to three tracts on Yellow Creek: 180 acres by patent bearing date of 4 Nov 1806 on the state road just above Four Mile Creek... crosses state road... the narrows below Henry RAINES house"; 340 acres by patent bearing the same date, adjoins third tract, crosses big Yellow Creek... top of the hill above Henry RAINES plantation; 190 acres beginning at corner to the land of Richard DAVIS standing on the Indian line at the foot of black Mingo Mountain, crosses little Yellow Creek. Green and Sally CLAY clearly state that they are not liable for any adverse conflicting claims. Witnesses [in Madison County]: include Brutus G CLAY.

page 203/204
Mary BASHAM of Kenawha County, Virginia Power of Attorney to Wilson LEWIS of Monroe County, Virginia 26 September 1820 "to ask, demand, sue for and recover of Abner LEWIS administrator of the estate of Wilson LEWIS deceased late of Knox County, Kentucky, any monies or legacies due her"

page 204/206
Gilbert KELLUMS and Polly KELLUMS of Orange County, Indiana to Mount PURCIFULL 26 Sept 1827 for $20 A tract surveyed in the name of Gilbert KELLUMS, certificate #347 dated 3 February 1806, crosses Cumberland River "through an island" Witnesses: Henry M CANADY and John H DAVIS [in Orange County, Indiana].

page 206/207
Zachariah MORGAN to William R COLIER 14 Mar 1827 for $100 150 acres on Poor Fork surveyed and patented to Zachariah MORGAN on 13 Nov 1822, mentions Meadow branch at the foot of Laurel Mountain Witnesses: William JENKINS, Caterina & John BACK.

page 207-208
Reuben GIBSON to Absalum COLLINS 14 July 1827 for $60 20 acres on little Yellow Creek, part of a 100 acre survey made in the name of Carr BRITTAIN [Reuben's wife Ara signed the deed and is noted in the release of dower certification] Witnesses were Robert GEORGE and John TURNER

page 208/209
Robinson HENLEY of Claiborne County, Tennessee to William TURNER 7 August 1827 for $100 50 acres on Yokums Creek of Clover Fork "now occupied by James THOMAS" including the mouth of Brittains Creek.

page 209/210
Zachariah MORGAN to Henry MAGGARD 15 March 1827 for $200 50 acres on Morgans Creek of Poor Fork which was entered in the name of William PENNINGTON, surveyed in the name of Abel PENNINGTON and patented in the name of Zackariah MORGAN on 25 June 1817. Witnesses: William JENKINS, John PENNINGTON, Jesse MORGAN and William R COLLIER.

page 210
Joseph WILDER to David ROARK 26 April 1827 for $100 50 acres "in the Gap of the Ridge between Brownies Creek and Cumberland River including an improvement of the said WILDER's." Witnesses: Elisha GREEN, James JONES, Reason WILDER and David GREEN.

page 211
John BAILEY Sr to John W BAILEY 24 September 1827 for $200 47 acres, part of a 75 acre survey dated 11 June 1811 on Clover Fork "at the long bottom" on "long branch generally called Lige branch" Witnesses were John BAILEY Jr and Jonathan KELLY. [NOTE: there are three different `John BAILEY' men here.]

page 211/212
Micager NAPIER to John LEWIS 25 May 1827 for $100 Town lot #16

page 212/213
Thomas COSSAS of Sullivan County, Tennessee to Ewell WATKINS on ______ _____ 50 acres on Yellow Creek at the first narrows above Williams Branch Witnesses: Robert GEORGE & John TURNER.

page 213/214
William SPURLOCK Jr to James SPARKS 3 Oct 1827 for $110 50 acres on the east side of Martins Fork Witness: George BRITTAIN.

page 214/215
Reuben GIBSON [wife Ara, signed & certified] to Peggy LANE 14 July 1827 for ____ 20 acres on little Yellow Creek, part of a 100 acre survey of Carr BRITTAIN's Witnesses: Robert GEORGE & John TURNER

page 215/216
William GIBSON (Peggy, William's wife, signed and certified) to Reuben GIBSON 14 July 1827 for $60 25 acres, the east end of a 50 acre survey of Reuben GIBSON's. Witnesses: Robert GEORGE & John TURNER.

page 216/217
Lewis FARMER to John N HOWARD 6 Aug 1827 for $100 Land on Cranks Creek adjoining George COLDIRON's land.

page 217/218
William SPURLOCK Jr to Smith SPURLOCK 5 Nov 1827 for $65 50 acres on Martins Fork "on the bank of said fork a small distance above the first ford below the mouth of Rockhouse hollow" Witness: George BRITTAIN.

page 218/219
Daniel NIX to James BLANTON 19 October 1827 for $20 Same land NIX bought at page 200/201.

page 219/220
Jonathan SMITH to Andrew SMITH 12 March 1827 for $12 5 acres on Poor Fork part of a 50 acre tract adjoining the survey of Jonathan SMITH.

page 220
Jonathan SMITH to Jonathan SMITH 20 May 1827 "In consideration of love and affection for my nephew* Jonathan SMITH son of my son Andrew SMITH, I do hereby grant give alien and convey to my said nephew Jonathan two hundred acres of land be the same more or less by the meets and bounds as the same include the plantation on which I now reside in the county of Harlan on the poor fork of Cumberland River with all the appurtenances there on forever the title to vest in the said Jonathan being seven months old 24th of this month at the death of my wife and myself and not before if my wife and myself should depart this life before the said Jonathan arrives at the age of nineteen years the said Andrew is to have the use and benefit of the same until he arrives at the age of nineteen as aforesaid. N.B. if the said nephew should depart this life before he arrived at the age of twenty one years the title of the above is to vest in the next lawful heir of my son Andrew according to the conditions as above in case of his failure to have issue then the title to vest in his daughter Nancy Malvina SMITH." * the term nephew was also used for other relationships, including grandson

page 221
Berry CAWOOD to George BRITTAIN 2 April 1827 for $50 1/4 acre town lot the number of which is left blank.

page 221/222
Benjamin CAWOOD to Joseph CAWOOD 15 Aug 1827 for $115 "a certain dark sorrel mare and colt with a bald face and white legs the mare is about 7 years old estimated in value at sixty five dollars also all his the said Benjamin CAWOOD's part of the crop of corn estimated at $50."

page 222/223
John N HOWARD to Samuel MARK 15 December 1827 for $1500 tract description mentions town boundary.

page 223/224
Samuel MARK to John N HOWARD 15 December 1827 for $1500 Land on the north side of the Cumberland River about 4 miles below the three forks, mentions Ewings Creek and excludes 7 or 8 acres on the north side where George OSBORNE lives, the whole containing about 200 acres.

page 224
Henry MORRAS (MORRIS) to John N HOWARD 15 December 1827 for _____ 50 acre survey dated 15 April 1819 on Ewings Creek.

page 225
Stephen S Jones Power of Attorney to Richard WILBURN 28 January 1828 "Know all men by these presents that I, Stephen S Jones of the county of Harlan and State of Kentucky for divers causes and considerations to me here unto moving have made ordained authorized constituted and appointed and by these presents do make Richard Wilburn of Surry County and State of North Carolina my true and lawful attorney irrevocable for me and in my name and to my use to ask demand sue for and recover and receive of the estate of Jane Wilbourn deceased of Surry County and State aforesaid all my part of the afore said estate as a legatee or lawful heir of the estate afore said being the lawful husband of Susanah Wilburn also by virtue of the above authority do authorise and impower the afore said Richard Wilburn to recieve all and singular my part as heir of the estate of John Wilbourn deceased of Granville County and state afore said."

page 226
James BALL and Ann his wife to David C POSEY of Claiborne County, Tennessee 15 January 1828 for $150 358 acres in Claiborne County

page 226/227
William LEWIS [of Harlan] Power of Attorney to Nelson KEYTON of Morgan County, Kentucky 15 March 1828 Regarding any inheritance from Gideon LEWIS deceased.

page 227/8
William SMITH of Rockcastle County to Robert GEORGE 10 March 1828 for $125 50 acres on little Yellow Creek part of the 1000 acre William McCLEWER survey Witnesses: George CRAIG, James FARMER and John LEWIS.

page 228/229 James FARMER to Moses BALL Sr of Lee County, Virginia 22 March 1828 for $100 100 acres on Martins Fork.

page 229/230
Joseph MARCEE and John MARCEE to John TURNER 8 March 1827 for $400 100 acres on Bennetts Fork of Yellow Creek Witnesses: Elisha TINSLEY, Robert GEORGE and Thomas DRAKE.

page 230/231
Lansford FIELDS to Samuel MARK 14 July 1828 "right title interest and claim to one equal part of the corn now growing on the farm which said Lanceford Fields now lives provided however that if the said Samuel Mark sustains no injury by his entering into replevien for a debt amounting to $14.62 1/2 cents besides costs and interest which Micager Napier recovered against said Fields then said crop to revert back to the said Fields." Witnesses: John G CRUMP and Henry MORRIS

page 231/232
William TINSLEY and his wife Mary to James DUNLAP 26 April 1828 in consideration of the love and affection for the "said James Dunlap and Peggy Dunlap his wife and daughter to the said William and Mary Tinsley" 50 acres on Lick fork of Yellow Creek.

page 232/233
Samuel HOWARD to Wilkerson HOWARD 15 Aug 1828 for $300 50 acres on Cumberland River and, for $100, 25 acres at the mouth of Spring Branch.

page 233/234
John LEWIS to Bailess SHUMATE 9 July 1828 for $100 Mount Pleasant town lot #16

page 234/235
Reuben HENDRIXSON to John HENDRIXSON 17 May 1828 for $1 50 acres on the right hand fork of Straight Creek Witnesses: Stephen RICE, Andy COSSE and Ezekiel HENDRIXSON.

page 235/236
Edmond NAPIER and Sally his wife to Jesse MORGAN 22 May 1828 for $300 300 acres on the north side of Poor Fork at Rosses Point.

page 236/237
Patsey BLAIR to Robert SMITH 31 Dec 1827 for $100 45 acres Poor Fork, west corner of Jonathan SMITH's survey.

page 237/238
Jacob SWIGERT as executor and commisioner of William LITTELL deceased and George WALLER for himself by J P THACKER their attorney in fact all of Franklin and Shelby Counties to Robert GEORGE 2 April 1828 This a compromise in a dispute regarding overlapping patents. Littell and Waller had obtained an execution against the estate of Jacob BUCKNER who held a patent for 7000 acres and Robert GEORGE claimed a portion of that land under patents of Green CLAY and Jacob MYERS which lay within the Buckner claim. [This is land in CLAY to GEORGE, pages ________]

page 239
Henry BANKS of Richmond County, Virginia, by J P THACKER, attorney in fact to Robert GEORGE 2 April 1828 for $1 31 acres on left fork of Straight Creek, the "same land sold by Achillus SNEED to Robert GEORGE" Banks claimed this property under a patent and this is an apparent compromise similar to the preceding deed.

page 240
Terry MELTON and his wife Sally of Clay County to James FARMER 20 November 1821* for $25 50 acres by survey dated 2 Apr 1823 on the ridge between Wallins Creek and the Cumberland River on both sides of the road which crosses the ridge; mentions Platts Fork. *reads 1821 but must be 1827 as the land was not surveyed until 1823

page 240/241
Robert MOSBY of Mercer County, Kentucky to Levi HOSKINS 3 November 1828 for $100 1000 acres on Brownies Creek.

page 242/243
John BACK to John HOLLEBROOKS 24 January 1829 for $100 32 acres patented 26 September 1814 by John ROARK Witness: William JENKINS.

page 243
Edward NAPIER to Joseph MORGAN 14 June 1828 for $350 650 acres on the south side of the Cumberland River Witnesses: John G CRUMP and J F HOWARD.

page 243/244
Bailess SHUMATE to Thomas SEWALL 1 Sep 1828 for $325 Mount Pleasant Town lot #16. [SHUMATE bought at page __________]

page 244/245
Joseph and Rebecca WHITEAKER to Thomas SEWALL 28 September 1828 for $75 Town lot #8 which adjoins the "lot now owned by John JONES Jr it being the lot which is now occupied by John G CRUMP"

page 245/246
Joseph and wife Rebecca WHITEAKER to Zachariah MORGAN 22 September 1828 for $110 100 acres on Clover Fork

page 246/247
Joseph and Rebecca WHITEAKER to Zachariah MORGAN 22 September 1828 for $60 Land on Clover Fork

page 247/248
Joseph and Rebecca WHITEAKER to Zachariah MORGAN 22 September 1828 for $50 154 acres on Clover Fork.

page 248/249
Joseph and Rebecca WHITEAKER to William MORGAN 23 September 1828 for $30 25 acres, part of a 50 acre tract, south side of Clover Fork.

page 249/250
Carr BRITTAIN to Stephen DANIEL 19 June 1828 for $15 50 acres on Martins Fork, mentions a conditional line between John DANIEL and William ELY. Witnesses: Elisha GREEN, Enos HOBBS and Larkin HOWARD.

page 250
Henry BANKS of Richmond, Virginia Power of Attorney to Colo Elisha SMITH of Rockcastle County, Kentucky 8 January 1829 Power to deal with conflicting patent claims.

page 251
Samuel COLLET to Rainey NAPIER 27 October 1828 for $100 50 acres on Straight Creek.

page 251/252
John N HOWARD to Hiram HOWARD 26 December 1828 for $100 150 acres by survey dated 21 April 1822 on Poor Fork adjoining the Andrew HOWARD survey.

page 252/253
Samuel HOWARD Jr [wife Elizabeth signed deed and relinquished her dower interest] to Thomas HENDRIXSON 18 November 1828 for $300 50 acres on Martins Fork including the junction with Clover Fork and up Clover Fork "except a 1/2 acre lot on Martins Fork to be known by where George BRITTAIN bored for salt water and a 1/2 acre lot deeded to John N HOWARD by Wilkerson HOWARD".

page 253/254
George W CRAIG to Robert GEORGE 27 February 1829 for $125 50 acres on big Yellow Creek, part of the Mikiel MYERS 400 acre patent.

page 254/255
Cad DRAKE and wife Elizabeth to William BEARD 6 March 1829 for $70 30 acres on little Yellow Creek Witnesses: Robert GEORGE and John TURNER.

page 255/257
Reuben GIBSON [wife Ritty signs the deed as well] to William BEARD 29 August 1828 for $80 25 acres on Yellow Creek. Witnesses were Robert GEORGE and John TURNER.

page 257
Thomas YOUNG of Clay County to John LEWIS 9 March 1829 for $350 100 acres by survey dated 10 November 1817 on Poor Fork.

page 258
Carr BRITTAIN to William SHORT 20 April 1829 for $60 50 acres on Martins Fork where Short now lives Witnesses: Elish and Elijah GREEN.

page 259
Elisha GREEN to Henry FARLEY 23 February 1829 for $200 Land at mouth of Jesse's Creek of the Cumberland River.

page 259/260
William SPURLOCK Jr to Smith SPURLOCK 10 March 1829 for $10 50 acres on Martins Fork, patented 24 February 1826.

page 260/261
Wilkerson HOWARD to Samuel HOWARD Jr 18 April 1828 for $600 50 acres, same land as _____________. Added: "N.B. The said Wilkerson HOWARD hath excepted a certain lot of a half acre of ground where George BRITTAIN boared for salt on the most Easterly side of Martins fork and on the same side the said Samuel HOWARD is not to cross the road where it now stands."

page 261/262
Gabriel FULKS to William HOSKINS 9 January 1829 for $150 50 acres on Blacksnake of Brownies Creek Witnesses: Elijah & Elisha GREEN.

page 262/263
Joseph MORGAN to Edward NAPIER 24 February 1829 for $350 656 acres on the south side of the Cumberland River, see deed at page 243.

page 263/264
James NAPIER and wife Elizabeth to Patrick NAPIER Sr [all of Harlan] 18 May 1829 for $350 Land on the Cumberland River.

page 264/265
James NAPIER and wife Elizabeth to Henry MORRIS 28 May 1829 for $255 62 acres on the north side of the Cumberland River.

page 265-266
John FORRESTER [and wife Anna] to Benjamin HARRIS 19 Feb 1828 for $51 35 acres on Martins Fork; signed and sworn to by wife Anna as well when recorded on 22 June 1829

page 266/267
Joshua BINGHAM to Argyle BRACKETT 27 Dec 1828 (no dollar figure given) 134 [or 13] acres on Simms Fork of the left hand fork of Straight Creek Witnesses: William "X" MILLER and John HENDRIXSON

page 267/268
Cornelious TAYLOR and Sally his wife to Argyle BRACKETT of Knox County 23 Dec 1828 for $60 50 acres on Simms Fork of the left hand fork of Straight Creek Witnesses: William "X" MILLER and John HENDRIXSON

page 268/269
Cornelious TAYLOR and Sally his wife to Argyle BRACKETT of Knox County 23 Dec 1828 for $60 Another 50 acres on Simms Fork of the left hand fork of Straight Creek Witnesses: William "X" MILLER and John HENDRIXSON

page 269/270
George WALLER of Shelby County Kentucky Power of Attorney to John P THACKER 6 Jun 1825 Regarding land of William LITTELL, etc. [see next two instruments]

page 270/272
William HOLMAN and George T CHAPMAN, testamentary guardians of Philander LITTELL, infant heir and devisee of William LITTELL appointment of Jacob SWIGART 30 Mar 1825 Jacob SWIGART is appointed commissioner and executor of the estate of William LITTELL regarding sale of land interests [instrument has more on the LITTELL estate form the Franklin County, Kentucky Circuit Court]

page 272-273
Jacob SWIGART, Commissioner & Executor of William LITTELL, deceased, and George WALLER by their attorney in fact [see above two instruments] to William SMITH of Rockcastle County, David HOGAN and Henry RAINES, both of Harlan County 1 Jan 1829 for _______________ Regarding the Jacob BUCKNER 7000 acre patent, 700 acres to HOGAN including the 200 on which he now lives and the rest on Yellow Creek; 400 to RAINES on Yellow Creek where he now lives and surrounding area; and 1000 to SMITH [patents also held by grantees]

page 273/274
Justices of the Harlan County Court to Samuel MARK 23 Mar 1829 for $1000 Town lots #26, 30, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33, 22, 23, 24, 25 Signed by John NOE, Joseph BENJY, Samule HOWARD and Carr BRITTAIN

page 274/275
John N HOWARD to Samuel MARK 14 Sep 1829 for $100 4 acres of a 34 acre survey dated 14 Feb 1827, mentions Berry CAWOOD's line and CLARK's line, on the north side of Clover Fork

page 275/276
James FARMER to Samuel MARK 5 Oct 1829 for $100 29 acres on the north side of the Cumberland River adjoining MARK's survey, mentions the county road leading up river

page 276/277
James NAPIER & Rainey NAPIER to Simeon WILSON 4 Jul 1829 for $150 100 acres on Straight Creek, upper survey of three 100 acre surveys patented to William GREEN, same survey on which the said WILSON now lives Witnesses: J G CRUMP and A CRUMP

page 277
George FREEMAN "who was formerly a citizen of Harlan County" to Jonathan KELLEY Jr 1 Sep 1829 for $150 75 acre survey dated 2 Jan 1819 at the head of Clover Fork including "said FREEMAN's old improvement" Witnesses: John PARSONS and Jonathan KELLEY Sr

page 278
John N HOWARD to Hiram HOWARD 14 Sep 1829 for $100 116 acres 1 mile below mouth of poor Fork, north side of and about 40 rods from the Cumberland River

page 278/279
George BRITTAIN to Jason FIELDS 14 Jul 1829 for $60.65 129 acres on Clover Fork, part of the Aaron FOUNTAIN survey assignee of Isaac WINSTON; beginning of William LEWIS upper line granted by said George BRITTAIN, mentions Jason FIELDS upper head right line

page 279/280
James FARMER to Samuel HOWARD Jr 19 Aug 1829 for $12.50 50 acres near what is called the three forks of the Cumberland adjoining the west line of a survey originally in the name of Samuel HOWARd Sr, corner to James FARMER's 150 acre survey of which this is a part

page 280/281
Argyle BRACKETT to John HENDRICKSON 10 Nov 1829 for $165 Three surveys contiaing 113 acres on Simms Creek a branch of the left hand fork of Straight Creek... crossong Camp Branch... below Joshua BINGHAM's improvement Witnesses: Stephen RICE AND Henry RIDMER

page 281/282
James WHITE of Washington County, Virginia and Hugh WHITE of Clay County to Richard PIERCE of Harlan County 13 Aug 1829 for $1 Land on Yellow Creek at the lower end of the Mill Shoal near TELLER's line and the state road

page 282/283
James WHITE of Washington County, Virginia and Hugh WHITE of Clay County to Richard PIERCE of Harlan County 13 Aug 1829 for $1 50 acres on Yellow Creek... Isabella WHITE's lower line... west side of the state road

page 284
James NAPIER & Rainey NAPIER to Simeon WILSON 4 Jul 1829 for $150 The upper survey of three 100 acre surveys on Straight Creek Witnesses: J G CRUMP and A CRUMP

page 284/285
Ezekiel HOSKINS to Isaiah WILSON 29 Jan 1830 for $80 50 acres on the north side of Straight Creek, a conditional line between John & Ezekiel HOSKINS

page 285/286
James FARMER to Ephraim OSBURN Sr 28 May 1829 for $20 Land on Cumberland River including a mill on Watts Creek Witnesses: James OSBURN and Letty OSBURN

page 286/287
Samuel HOWARD to Henry MORRIS 31 Oct 1829 for $100 75 acres ... near NAPIER's corner and part of a 100 acre survey to Samuel HOWARD 24 Jun 1824 [has note: "delivered to H MORRIS 19 Dec 1832"] Witnesses: John G CRUMP and John JONES Jr

page 287/288
James BROCK Sr and Elizabeth BROCK his wife to Ephraim OSBURN 7 May 1829 for $200 30 acres on the south side of the Cumberland River above the mouth of Foster's Creek... beginning corner of said BROCK's 61 acre survey, mentions a conditional line between said Ephraim OSBURN and James BROCK Jr and between said Ephraim OSBURN and Edmond GROSS

page 288/289
William BENJY [in body of deed and signed by his wife Peggy BENJY] to Ephraim OSBURN [Jr] 1 Jun 1829 for $20 10 acres on the south side of the Cumberland River Witnesses; Joseph BENJY and Samuel MARK

page 289/290
James FARMER to Charles BLAIR Sr 22 Feb 1830 for $350 100 acres on the north bank of the Poor Fork

page 290/291
James FARMER to Benjamin HOWARD 22 Feb 1830 for $15 50 acres on Pucketts Creek

page 291/292
James FARMER to Philip HOWARD 22 Feb 1830 for $15 50 acres on Pucketts Creek, mentions John HOWARD's corner

page 292/293
Samuel HOWARD Jr to Thomas HENDRICKSON 5 Dec 1829 for $100 Land near the 3 forks of the Cumberland River adjoining the west line of a survey originally in the name of Samuel HOWARD Sr

page 293/294
William R HYNES & Barbary HYNES his wife of Nelson County, Kentucky to Trustees of Center College at Danville, Kentucky 21 Oct 1829 in consideration of the "wish to promote the Presbyterian education society at Danville established to aid the poor but pious young man for the gospel ministry" 1250 acres, an undivided of the Jacob MYER's patent of 5000 acres

page 294/296
William Taylor [together with Caty his wife] to Larkin HOWARD 12 Mar 1830 for $375 69 acres, spur of the Piney Mountain from thence east crossing the Cumberland River Witnesses: Elisha GREEN and Joseph BENJY

page 296/297
James B DORTON of Knox County to James BURNS 23 Jan 1830 for $42.37 200 acres on Straight Creek [marginal notation: delivered to Randolph NOE 6 Mar 1833 with fee] Witnesses: Jesse JOHNSTON and Samule WOOLUM

page 297/298
James FARMER to Jesse FARLER 15 Mar 1830 for $50 100 acres on Yokums Creek a branch of the Clover Fork, west bank of Bill's Branch

page 298/299
Adron HOWARD to James OAKS 17 Jul 1830 for $50 50 acres by survey dated 1 May 1823 on a ridge between Watts Creek and Cumberland River including a small improvement of said HOWARD's

page 299/300
Cad DRAKE and wife Elizabeth to Thomas JONES 31 Dec 1828 for $35 20 acres on Little Yellow Creek to the mouth of a branch near where GIBSON's old mill stood Witnesses: Robert GEORGE and John TURNER

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