Hamilton County Deeds


May 1833


Transcript Record Book B - Vol. 1 Register, Hamilton County pp 60-61

No. 65
Warentee deed of conveyance
Cornelius Milliken
To
Clift & McRee
For 4 tracts of land

This Indenture made this 10th day of May between Cornelius MILLIKEN of the county of Hamilton and State of Tennessee of the one part and CLIFT & McREE of the County and State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Cornelius MILLIKEN for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred and fifty Dollars in hand paid the receipt receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged has Granted bargained sold alien conveyed and confirmed and by these presents does does grant bargain sell alien convey and confirm unto the said Clift & McRee their heirs and assigns forever all that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county aforesaid. Beginning as follows to wit one tract of land. Beginning on a black oak corner to BOYDSTON and ROGERS entry of No. 1 Running South twenty eight west one hundred and sixty five poles opposit STRINGERS Corner to a Black oak thence a Straight line to STRINGERS corner and along his line in all one hundred and twenty two poles thence north sixty two east one hundred and sixty five poles to the aforesaid Entry of No. 1 thence to the Beginning and one other tract beginning on a black oak and post oak marked so Beginning corner to an entry made by Benjamin CHERRY of No. 5 dated the 10th 1826. Thence with a line of said Entry north thirty five west forty eight poles to a black thence south fifty five west fifty seven poles to two post oaks in said line at the top of mountain creek Ridge thence north twenty East along said Ridge one hundred and eighty one poles to a due west line thence East with said line 100 poles to a white oak thence South 30 west 210 poles to a line of said CHERRYS entry thence with said line north thirty five west to the Beginning and one other tract beginning at a post oak corner to David CUNNINGHAMS fifty acre entry thence south sixty west with a line of said entry forty four poles to a post oak thence South twenty eight west one hundred poles to a post oak thence north sixty two west fifty poles to a line of said MILLIKENS survey thence north thirty eight eight east with said line one hundred poles to the corner of said tract and corner to David CUNNINGHAMS tract. Thence South sixty east to the beginning and one other tract Beginning at a poplar and white oak in the fork of a branch near William JAMES old improvement running north thirty six east thirty two poles to a stake thence north fifty three west one hundred and twenty eight poles to a stake thence South thirty six west sixty four poles to a stake thence south fifty three east one hundred and twenty eight poles to a stake thence north thirty six east thirty two poles to the Beginning the several tract in all containing three hundred and six acres more or less with the appurtenances and all the estate right title interest property and claim of me the said Cornelius MILLIKEN of in and to the same To have and to hold the lands hereby conveyed with all and singular the premises and every part and parcel thereof with the appurtenances unto the said Clift and McRee their heirs and assigns forever and the said Cornelius MILLIKEN his heirs hereby bargained and sold with the appurtenances unto the said CLIFT and McREE their heirs and assigns against the said Cornelius Milliken his heirs executors and administrators all and singular the premises and all and every other person or persons whatsoever doth and will warrant and forever defend by these presents In witness whereof the said Cornelius MILLIKEN hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year above written.

Attest
Elija ROGERS                             Cornelius MILLIKEN (seal)
James KEENEY

State of Tennessee           May Session & 28th day of May 1833. 
Hamilton County	      
Personally appeared before me in open court the within named Cornelius 
MILLIKEN the bargainor and acknowledged that he executed the within Deed for 
the purposes therein contained  Witness Asahel Rawlings  Clerk of said court 
at office the 28th day of May 1833.	
                                  Asahel Rawlings  Clerk of said court

State of Tennessee         Register's office 7th June 1833, 
Hamilton County	
There was the within Deed and certificate of acknowledgement and Registration thereon endorsed
Registered here in this office in Book B  pages 78 & 79 
Given under my hand at office the day and date last above written.
Jeremiah Jones Register By Asahel Rawlings Dep. R.

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August 1835


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No. 175 Deed of Trust
Isaac Curry
To
Asahel Rawlings

This Deed of Trust made and entered into this eleventh day of August D.A.1835 between Isaac CURRY of the one part and Asahel RAWLINGS of the other part all of the county of Hamilton and State of Tennessee Witnesseth that whereas the said Isaac CURRY is indebted to the said Aaron M. RAWLINGS by promissory note of hand and open account to the amount of about forty Dollars and to secure the payment thereof the said Isaac CURRY does by these presents sell and transfer unto the said Asahel RAWLINGS as trustee as aforesaid for the use and benefit of the said Aaron M. RAWLINGS a certain sorrell horse which said CURRY purchased of said RAWLINGS seventeen head of hogs and one hundred bushels of the now growing crop if there remains so much after paying the rent of the plantation to Robert L. GAMBLE and if sd. CURRY has or shall contract said horse to any other person the consideration or note of hand therefor to be placed in said trustees hands in stid and the said CURRY does authorise and impower the said Asahel RAWLINGS in the event of the said Debt being unpaid to the said RAWLINGS by said CURRY by the 1st of January 1836 to proceed to advertise (as in case of officers sales of personal property and sell the aforesaid articles of property to the highest bidder for ready money and to apply the same to the satisfaction of said debts but if said debts shall be paid on or before the day of such sale of said property then the said Asahel RAWLINGS to relinquish and quit claim of said property to the said Isaac CURRY or his legal representatives Witness our hands and seals this day and date first herein above written.

                           Isaac CURRY (seal)	
                                     Asahel RAWLINGS (seal)

State of Tennessee		
Hamilton County		
Personally appeared before me Asahel Rawlings Clerk of the Court of pleas and 
quarter session of said County Isaac CURRY the bargainor within with whom I 
am personally acquainted and who acknowledged the within as his act and deed 
for the purposes therein contained  Witness my hand at office this 11th day 
of August 1835.                           Asahel Rawlings, Clerk

State of Tennessee            Registers office the 11th day of August 1835.
Hamilton County               Their was this Deed & the certificate of the 
acknowledgement thereof registered here in this office in Book B, pages 224-
225  Given under my hand at office the day and date first above herein written.
                                Jeremiah Jones, Register
                                By Asahel Rawlings Deputy Register

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No. 181
Deed of Trust
Thomas Daughtry
& Arthur Daughtry
To
John Alexander Trustee

This Deed of Trust made this Twenty ninth day of June 1835 between Thomas DAUGHTRY and Arthur DAUGHTRY of the one part and John ALEXANDER of the other part all of the County of Hamilton and State of Tennessee Witnesseth that whereas the said Thomas DAUGHTRY and Arthur DAUGHTRY are indebted to Samuel IGOU the sum of Eighty five Dollars by note of hand dated this day and due the 1st day of December next and also unto Aaron M. RAWLINGS the sum of twenty eight Dollars and seventy eight cents five Dollars and 3 cts by note dated this day and due the 1st day of December next and balance by two several Judgements obtained (vs) said Thomas DAUGHTRY before John HANNA Esqr for which execution issued the 22nd day of April 1835 one a ballance due thereon of twenty one dollars the other for two Dollars and seventy five cents of the same date making in all included herein of one hundred and thirteen dollars and seventy eight cents now this Indenture Witnesseth that in consideration of the sum of one hundred and thirteen Dollars and seventy eight cents together with legal Interest from the said 22nd day of April unto the first day of December next on the aforesaid Execution the said Thomas & Arthur DAUGHTRY have given granted bartgained sold and delivered unto John ALEXANDER aforesaid as trustee in trust between the parties for the payment of said debts the following Goods & chattels and produce to wit: A Lease of land, one large ___ three cows and calves forty eight head of hogs, fourteen head of sheep, the said lease of Ground obtained of Allen RATLIFF for five years from the 10th day of December 1834 together with the crop thereon and crop of wheat and corn & oats and one Loom & house-hold and Kitchen furniture on the premises to have and to hold to the said ALEXANDER in trust as aforesaid the Goods and chattels lands & produce and all right title and Interest of them the said Thomas and Arthur DAUGHTRY their heirs and assigns unto said ALEXANDER as aforesaid for the use and benefit of the said IGOU & RAWLINGS for the satisfaction of said debts and for no other use or purpose whatever that the said ALEXANDER may dispose of all or such part of said property as will fully discharge the debts aforesaid at public sale on the 1st day of December next by first giving ten days previous notice of such sale and the time and place thereof at three conspicuous places in said county for public inspection and the proceeds of such sale to apply 1st to the discharge of the aforesaid debts with legal Interest as aforesaid to the said IGOU and RAWLINGS or assigns and further to secure & indemnify said John ALEXAND in all costs charges and expences accruing by virtue of this Deed of Trust and costs of sale &c and should said property be more then the aforesaid debts the residue the said ALEXANDER is to refund to said DAUGHTRYS after satisfying all that may accrue in this behalf expended and should said debts be previously setled the said ALEXANDER to reconvey the said property to the said Thomas & Arthur DAUGHTRY In testamony whereof we have hereunto set out hands and seals the date first herein above written.

In presence of                      Thomas (his X mark) DAUGHTRY (seal)
Henry (his X mark) DAUGHTRY Arthur (his X mark) DAUGHTRY (seal)
Allen Ro_____ John ALEXANDER (seal)

State of Tennessee
Hamilton County

Personally appeared before me Asahel Rawlings Clerk of the Court of pleas and quarter sessions of said county Arthur DAUGHTRY one of the bargainors within named and John ALEXANDER the Trustee therein named the 29th day of June 1835 and Thomas DAUGHTRY the other bargainor within named the 5th day of September A.D. 1835 with each of whom I am personally acquainted and all of whom acknowledged the same as their act and Deed for the purposes therein contained Witness my hand at office the 9th day of September A.D. 1835.

Asahel Rawlings  Clerk

State of Tennessee Registers office 9th day of September A.D. 1835.
Hamilton County   There was this Deed of Trust from Thomas DAUGHTRY and Arthur DAUGHTRY To John ALEXANDER Trustee for the use and benefit of Samuel IGOU & Aaron M. RAWLINGS Registered here in this office in Book B pages 231 & 232 Given under my hand at office the day and date above herein written.

   Jeremiah Jones, Register of said County
by Asahal Rawlings Deputy Register

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No. 115
Deed of General warrantee
Jesse Smith
To
Cornelius Milliken
For 50 acres of land
This Indenture made and entered into this 17th day of November in the year of our lord one Thousand Eight hundred and twenty seven Witnesseth that for the consideration of the sum of two hundred Dollars to me in hand paid the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged Know all men by these presence That I Jesse SMITH of Hamilton County and State of Tennesee have this day bargained sold and delivered unto Cornelius MILLIKEN of said county and state aforesaid a certain tract or parcel of land containing fifty acres lying and being in said county and same state of aforesaid lying on the south side of the Valley road leading from Washington C H To John BROWNS Ferry on Tennessee River it being known by the name of William JAMES'S Improvement Beginning at a poplar and white oak in the fork of a branch ____ said improvement running north thirty six East thirty two poles Thence North fifty three west one hundred and twenty Eight poles Thence south thirty six west sixty four pole Thence south fifty three East one hundred and twenty eight poles Thence North thirty six East thirty two poles to the Beginning To have and to hold to the said Cornelius MILLIKEN with all the appurtenances. I the said Jesse SMITH do warrant and forever defend unto the said Cornelius MILLIKEN _______ from the claims of all persons claiming__________ __through or by ________________________


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Original Book pages 118-119

Deed of Trust                    Book D pages 126 and 127
Arthur Daughtery
To	
G. W. Mitchell	

I, Arthur DAUGHTERY, have this day bargained and sold and do hereby convey to G. W. MITCHELL, for the sum of one dollar to me In hand paid and the other 
Consideration Hereinafter mentioned, the following property to wit:  One bedstead and bed and furniture  27 head of hogs  6 head of sheep, 1 block, 
one woman's saddle, 1 chest, 1 trunk, 1 pot, 2 ovens, 2 kettles, 1 set of dog irons, one horse with white spot on his neck and sorrel color. The said G. W. 
MITCHELL or his assigns, are to have and hold the same forever. I do covenant with the said G. W. MITCHELL that I am the lawful owner of all the above 
property and have a right to convey it; and that the same is unincumbered. I do further covenant and bind myself, my heirs, and representatives to warrant 
and forever defend the title to the said property and every part thereof to the said G. W. MITCHELL, his heirs and assigns forever. But this deed is made 
for the following uses and trusts and for no other purpose, that is to say I am indebted to Wealthy PAFFORD in the sum of one hundred and twenty-one 
dollars, loaned money by note under seal due 22nd July 1838, and I am desirous of securing and make certain the payment of the same by the 25th 
December 1839.  Now if I should pay the said debt at the time aforesaid, then this deed to be void, but if should not then the said G. W. MITCHELL, as 
trustee, after giving ten days notice in writing at the courthouse and three other public places in the neighborhood may expose the said property at 
public sale and sell it to the highest bidder for cash and appropriate the proceeds First - to the payment of said debt due Wealthy PAFFORD of one 
hundred and twenty-one dollars, and the balance to the payment of all cost that may arise on said deed of Trust and if any remains to be paid over to 
me.
Signed, sealed in the presence of           Arthur DOUGHTERY  (seal)
Elisha (X) CORBETT 
and Pervis DOUGHTRY

State of Tennessee		
Hamilton County		

Personally appeared before me, Asahel Rawlings, Clerk of the County Court of said County, Arthur DAUGHTRY, the bargainor whose name appears to the above 
and within deed of trust with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged the same as his act and deed for the purposes therein contained. 
Witness my hand at office the 8th day of August AD 1839.    		
                          Asahel Rawlings, Clk

State of Tennessee          Register's Office August the 8th, 1839, 
Hamilton County       then was the within deed of trust and the certificate 
of acknowledgement registered in this office in Book D, pages 126 and 127. 
Given under my hand at office in Dallas, the date last above written.
                                            J. S. Yarnell, Register

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Original Book Pages 140 and 141

Deed of Trust             Book D, pages 149 and 150
R. J. Tyner		
To			
J. L. Divine		

I have this day sold and do hereby convey to John L. DIVINE his heirs and assigns forever, for the sum of one Dollar to me paid and the other 
considerations hereinafter mentioned, all and singular the following described property, that is to say, twelve saddles, one pair saddle bags, one 
pair bruchings, four bolts trimmings, one bolt worsted webbing, five hog skings, four kip skins, one sheepskin, twenty five paper tacks, two monoco 
skins, four hundred pounds skirting, two horses, two houses, four sets saddle tools, six yards plush, a quantity of Domestic Bed Ticking and Padding, a 
quantity Buckles and Curb Chains and Martingales rings, two yards of cloth, eight saddle cloths, five deer skins, twenty saddle trees, ten g___ts, five 
straining Jacks, twenty four saddle seats, two buff skins, one cow and calf, one side bridle - leather, two hundred bushels corn, five candle sticks, two 
bottles varnish, one writing table, one writing desk and one Looking Glass, To have and to hold the same to the said John L. DIVINE his heirs and assigns 
forever. I do covenant with the said John L. Divine that I am lawfully possessed of said property and have a good right to sell and convey it, and I 
bind myself to warrant and forever defend the title to the said property and every article thereof against the lawful claims of all persons whatever. But 
this deed is made for the following uses and purposes and no other use or trust, that is to say I am indebted to M. & M. RAWLINGS, in the sum of One 
Hundred and twelve dollars, sixty two cents due by note to R. M. RAWLINGS, One Hundred and Five Dollars, by note and one hundred and fifty by Book 
account, and to D. J. RAWLINGS, forty dollars due by note, making in all four hundred and seventy-six two cents, which is now due and justly oweing and am 
desirous  to secure and make certain the payment of the same. Now if I should pay said debts at six months from and after this date then this deed to be 
void, but if I should not then the said John L. DIVINE, as Trustee, after giving ten days notice in writing at the Court House Door in Dallas and at 
two other public places in the Fifth district in Hamilton County, may expose the said property to public sale and sell it to the highest bidder for cash 
and appropriate the proceeds first to the payment of the necessary expences and costs; secondly to the satisfaction of said debts of four hundred and 
Seven Dollars and Sixty-two cents and thirdly to pay the balance if any there be, to me. This the first day of November 1839.
Attest:  A. G. W. PUCKETT                  R. J. TINER (seal)
        T. W. SPICER

State of Tennessee		
Hamilton County     Personally before me, Asahel Rawlings, Clerk of the County Court of said County, R. J. TINER, the Bargainor therein named, with 
whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged the same as his act and deed for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office the first 
day of November, 1839.                    Asahal Rawlings, Clerk

State of Tennessee     Register's Office, Dallas 1st day of November, 1839, Hamilton County        then was the within and foregoing deed of trust and 
the certificate of the acknowledgement and Registration thereof registered here in this office in Book D ___ 149 and 150. Given under my hand at office 
at Dallas, the first day of November, 1839.	
                           J. S. Yarnell, Register by B. B. Cannon, D.R.

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Original Book Pages 150 and 151

Deed of Trust             Book D, pages 158
Henry Daughtrey, sr.	
       To			
T. W. Spicer			
For the use of		
D. J. Rawlings		

I, Henry DAUGHTREY, sen., have this day bargained and sold and do hereby convey to Thos. W. SPICER, for the sum of one dollar to me paid and the other 
considerations herein after mentioned five hundred and fifty bushels of corn and fourteen year and a half old hogs, ears marked with a crop and two splits 
in the right ear and cross cut under the left ear, and nineteen acres of land in the State of Tennessee, Hamilton County, To have and to hold the same to 
the said Thos. W. SPICER, his heirs and assigns forever.   I do covenant with the said Thos. W. SPICER, that I am lawfully seized of said property of said 
property have a good right to convey it and that the same is unincumbered. I do further covenant and bind myself, my heirs and representatives to warrant 
and forever defend the title to the said property and every part thereof to the said Thos. W. SPICER, his heirs and assigns against to lawful claim of 
all persons whatsoever. But this deed is made for the following uses and trusts and for no other purpose. That is to say I am indebted to one Daniel 
J. RAWLINGS, in the sum of One Hundred Dollars by note, under seal of this date and due on the 23rd day of December, 1839 and am desirous to secure and 
make certain the payment of the same. Now if I should pay the said debt at the time aforesaid, then this deed to be void, but if I should not, then the 
said Thos. W. SPICER, as Trustee, after giving notice in writing at the Court house door of said county ten days, and at two other places in the Seventh 
District in said county ten days previous to selling may expose the said property to public sale and sell it to the highest bidder for cash and 
appropriate the proceeds first to the payment of the necessary expences, and costs, secondly to the satisfaction of said debt of one hundred dollars to 
pay the balance if any there be to me. This, the 13th day of Nov. 1839.
Executed and delivered in the presence of	
the day and date above written                Henry DAUGHTERY, Sr. (seal)
S. S. CONDRY
Richard SHIPLEY

State of Tennessee 
Hamilton County		
Personally appeared before me, Asahel Rawlings, Clerk of County Court of said County, Henry DAUGHTERY, the bargainor within named,  with whom I am 
personally acquainted, who acknowledged the same to be his act and deed for the purposes therein contained. Given under my hand at office this 13th day 
of November, 1839.                   Asahel Rawlings, Clerk

State of Tennessee     Register's Office, Nov. the 13th, 1839, 
Hamilton County		then was the within deed of Trust and the certificate of acknowledgement thereof Registered in this office in Book D, page 158. 
Given under my hand at office in Dallas the date last above written.	
                              J. S. Yarnell, Register

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Original Book Pges 158 and 159

Deed of Trust              Book D, pages 164 and 165    Begin
Thomas Daughtery		
     To			
Arthur Daughtery		

I, Thomas DAUGHTERY, have this day bargained and sold and hereby bargain and convey to Arthur DAUGHTERY, for the sum of one dollar to me in hand paid and 
the other considerations herein after mentioned, seventeen head of hogs, seven head of sheep, one iron grey colt, one hundred bushels of corn, three 
stacks of fodder, three feather beds, bedsteads and furniture, one Loom, one large chest, two pots, one oven, one skillet, three geese, sixteen ducks, two 
plows and pair of gears. To have and to hold the same to the said Arthur DAUGHTERY his heirs and assigns forever. But this deed is made for the 
following uses and trusts and for no other purpose, that is to say I am indebted to one A. G. W. PUCKETT and James L. REED in the sum of Seventeen 
dollars and Eighteen cents due by note under seal of this date due the 25th day of December, 1839 and one note due 25 November 1840, seventy-five dollars 
and am desirous to secure and make certain the payment of the same. Now if I should pay the said debt at the time aforesaid then this deed to be void, but 
if I should not then the said Arthur DAUGHTERY, as Trustee, after giving ten days notice in writing at the Court house door of said county and two other 
public places in the neighborhood, may expose the above described property to public sale to the highest bidder for cash in hand and appropriate the 
proceeds of the sale first to the payment of the necessary expences and costs; secondly to the satisfaction of said debts of Ninety two dollars 
eighteen cent and thirdly to pay the balance,  if any there be, to me. This 26th day of Nov. 1839.
Attest:                                 Thomas (his X mark) DAUGHTERY  (seal)
A. A. VINSON					
Lewis DAUGHTERY

State of Tennessee		
Hamilton County		
Personally appeared before me, Asahel Rawlings, Clerk of the County Court of said County, Thomas DAUGHTERY, the bargainor within named, with whom I am 
personally acquainted and who acknowledged the within deed of trust as his act and deed for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office 
the 26th day of November, 1839.          Asahel Rawlings, Clerk

State of Tennessee        Register's Office, Nov. the 27th, 1839, 
Hamilton County           then was the within Deed of Trust and the certificate of acknowledgement Registered in this office in Book D, pages 164 
and 165. Given under my hand at office in Dallas the date last above written.	
                                    J. S. Yarnell, Register

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Original Book Pages 175 and 176

Deed of Trust        Book D, pages 180 and 187
Alfred Carlton	
      To		
Elisha Corbett
For use of		
Mitchell & Stiff	

I, Alfred CARLTON have this day bargained and sold and do hereby convey to Elisha CORBITT for the sum of one dollar to me paid and the other considerations 
hereinafter mentioned: two feather beds, bed steads and furniture, two ovens and one pot, one potrack, one shovel, two chests, one side saddle and four shotes. 
To have and to hold the same to the said Elisha CORBETT, his heirs and assigns forever. I do covenant with the said Elisha CORBETT that I am lawfully seized of 
said; property have a good right to convey it and that the same is unincumbered. I do further covenant and bind myself, my heirs and representatives to warrant 
and forever defend the title to the said articles of property and every part thereof to the said Elisha CORBITT, his heirs and assigns against the lawful 
claims of all persons whatsoever. But this deed is made for the following uses and trusts and for no other purpose, that is to say, I am indebted to George W. 
MITCHELL and Thomas STIFF in the sum of Eight dollars and Seventy Cents by note under seal of this date due the twenty-sixth December, 1839. And am desirous to 
secure and make certain the payment of the same; Now if I should pay the said debt by the first day of July 1840, then this deed to be void But if I should 
not then the said Elisha CORBITT as Trustee, after giving ten days notice in writing at the Courthouse door in said county and two other public places in the 
neighborhood, may expose the said articles of property to public sale and sell it to the highest bidder for cash and appropriate the proceeds first to the 
necessary expenses and costs; secondly to the satisfaction of said debt, Eight dollars and Seventy Cents, and thirdly to pay the balance if any there be, to 
me, this 13th day of January, 1840.
Attest:   Thos. MILES, Eli THURMAN              Alfred CARLTON (seal)

State of Tennessee		
Hamilton County		
Personally appeared before me, Asahal Rawlings, Clerk of the County Court of said County, Alfred CARLTON, the bargainor within named, with whom I am 
personally acquainted and who acknowledged the same as his act and deed for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at: office the 13th day of January 
A.D. 1840.                          Asahel Rawlings, Clerk

State of Tennessee            Register's Office, 13th Jany, 1840, 
Hamilton County            then was the within and foregoing deed of trust and the certificate of acknowledgement and registration thereof duly registered in 
this office in Book D, pages 180 and 181. Given under my hand at office in Dallas, the said thirteenth day of January, 1840.
                        J. S. Yarnell, Register
                        By B. B. Cannon, DR.

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Original Book Pages 251 and 252

Power of Attorney	           Book D, pages 260 and 261
Arthur Daughtery		
     To			
Aaron M. Rawlings		
To sell a lot of land		
In Cherokee County		
     Georgia		

I do hereby nominate and appoint Aaron M. RAWLINGS my attorney in fact for me and in my name, to sell and convey to any person or persons their heirs and 
assigns forever, who will purchase the same by general warranty deed in one or more tracts as he may think best, my tract of land in the State of Georgia, 
situate, lying and being in the (24) twenty-fourth district and second section of the late Cherokee purchase; and Known as lot No. (1) one in said district and 
section, containing one hundred and sixty acres more or less, lying in Cherokee County and state aforesaid, and take and receive the consideration money or take 
notes for the same at his discretion. He may also bring and prosecute in my name any suit that may be necessary to gain possession of or establish my title to 
the same, employ such counsel or other and as he may need at my expense and charge. And I do hereby ratify and confirm any act or thing he may lawfully do 
in the premises as fully as if I were present and doing the same myself, this 30th day of June, 1840.
In presence of                                 Arthur DAUGHTERY (seal)
J. W. SCOTT
Asahel RAWLINGS, Jr.

State of Tennessee		
Hamilton County		
Personally appeared before me, Asahel Rawlings, Clerk of the County Court of said county, I. W. SCOTT and Asahel RAWLINGS, Jr., the subscribing witnesses to 
the within named power of attorney, who being first sworn depose and say that they are personally acquainted with Arthur DAUGHTERY the maker of the within 
power of attorney and that they saw him sign or heard him acknowledge the execution of the same as his act and deed for the purposes therein contained, 
about the time it bears date, Witness my hand at office this 1st day of July, 1840. 
                      Asahal Rawlings, Clerk

State of Tennessee        Recorded in Book D, pages 260 and 261, the 1st day of 
Hamilton County        July 1840.         J. S. Yarnell, Register
                                           By B. B. Cannon, D.R.

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Transcript Register Book D - Vol. 1 (Transcript Register)     page 301

Original Book pages 280 and 281

Deed of Trust           Book D, pages 289 and 290
Thos. Doughtery		
      To			
William H. Lewis		

 I, Thomas DAUGHTRY, of the State of Tennessee and County of Hamilton, have this day bargained and sold and do hereby bargain and sell to William H. LEWIS, of 
the county and State aforesaid, for the sum of one dollar to me in hand paid, on the considerations herein after mentioned, all the following named property viz. 
One heifer, twenty-four head of stock hogs, twenty acres of standing corn, the rent to be deducted out of it being the corn I made this year on the place I now 
live. To have and to hold the same to the said Wm. H. LEWIS, as Trustee, in trust between the parties for following purposes and no other, & I am indebted 
to M. R. ALLEM by note and execution which I am desirous to secure and make certain the payment of the same. Now if I shold pay the amount of said note and 
the amount of the execution by the tenth of December next, fifty dollars then this deed to be void, but if I should fail so to pay same with legal interest 
from the date of said deed then the said William H. LEWIS, as Trustee, after giving twenty days notice in writing at three of the most public places in the 
Seventh Civil District in said County of Hamilton may expose the same to public sale and sell the said property to the highest bidder for cash and appropriate 
the proceeds first to the payment of necessary expenses and costs; secondly , to the satisfaction of said debt and thirdly to pay the balance, if any, to me the 
said Thomas DAUGHTREY. Witness our hands and seals this the fifth 15th day of October year, 1840.
In presence of                     Thomas (his X mark) DAUGHTERY  (seal)
J. H. ALLEM	                        W. H. LEWIS   (seal)
James HOPPER

State of Tennessee		
Hamilton County		
Personally appeared before me, N. N. Rawlings, D. Clerk of the county court aforesaid, John H. ALLEM and James HOPPER, subscribing witnesses to the within 
transfer or assignment, he being first sworn depose and say that they are acquainted with assignor and that he acknowledged same in their presence to be 
his act and deed upon the day it bears date and that they saw him sign, seal and execute the same. Witness my hand at office this 15th Oct., 1840.
                                    Asahel Rawlings, Clk.
                                    By N. N. Rawlings, D.C.

State of Tennessee      Register's Office in Harrison, the 19th October, A.D. 
Hamilton County         1840, Then was the within deed of trust Recorded in Book D, pages 289 and 290.  Given under my hand at office.		
                                  A. G. W. Puckett				
                                     Register

No. 96 Deed of Conveyance
George W. Hagler to Morning Johnson & Others
for 290 Acres of Land
October 6, 1853
Hamilton County, State of Tennessee
Deed Book 10, Page 99 (Transcript J, Vol.1)


The State of Tennessee
This Indenture made and entered into on this the 6th day of October, AD 1853 by and between George W. Hagler of Hamilton County Tennessee of the one part and James Johnson, Executor of James Johnson deceased of Madison County in the state aforesaid of the other part by the power authority and direction of the last will and testimony of the said James Johnson deceased ? in the said James Johnson party in this mentioned as Executor of the said James Johnson deceased. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of fourteen hundred dollars to the said Hagler in hand paid by the said James Johnson Executor as aforesaid the receipt of which sum is hereby acknowledged by the said Hagler, the said George W. hagler has bargained ? sold and by these presence hath a lien transfer convey and confirm ? unto Morning Johnson the widow of said James Johnson deceased for and during her natural life or widowhood and at the termination of her widowhood to this heirs of the said james Johnson deceased Except james Johnson the son of said James Johnson deed? who is excluded from any interest in this purchase and conveyance and unto May CK? Matthew and Harriet J. Johnson share and share a like in ? accordance with the direction of said last will & tesimony & unto the wife of the said James Johnson who is ? in said last will & testiment and his children conveying unto the said wife ? and said children one shear? jointly with the other heirs & ligators afore mentioned And witnesseth further that to said widow Morning Johnson has paid four hundred and forty dollars out of her own private funds and is intittled to be reimbursed said four hundred and forty dollars upon a division or partition of said lands herein conveyed and then sold Morning Johnson takes an Equal interest with the other said bargainers, the following described tract of parcel of land to wit situated ? and being in the county of Hamilton and State of Tennessee and bounded as follows ? situated in the second range, first Fractional Township South and first section beginning on the North East corner of the South East Quarter of said section and running west twenty degrees north Eighty poles to a small post ? oak on the side of a ridge thence north twenty degrees east Eighty poles to a stake hence west twenty degrees north one hundred poles to a stake in or near a branch thencesouth with the meanders of said branch forty poles ? measure to a rock corner put up by Hagler & James Davis to supply the place of a decayed wooden stake thince a straight line to a pine stake corner of James Davis and George W. Halger forty poles at the end of the lane between said Davis & Hagler thence west twenty degrees north to a corner made and established by Nehrmiah? Evitt and George W. Hagler on this day on the north end of a ridge east of said Evitt and west of said Hagler. said corner is established marks upon one chestnut oak two black oaks & two chestnut ? thence south with the highest peaks on said ridge a line marked and agreed on by said Evitt & Hagler about one hundred and thirty line poles to a corner made and established by James Eakin & G.W. Hagler on said ridge at a pine & two chestnut oak pointers to said corner thence east twenty degrees south along a conditional line between said Eakin and said Hagler two hundred and forty poles to a corner on the range line to a black oak corner thence with said range line north one hundred and forty five poles to the beginning corner containing two hundred and ninety acres of land more or less and all of which lies in west of the Basis Line in the Ocoee District and in Hamilton County Tennessee the same to the said persons of the second part together with all and ? the ? unto and appertenances hereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to have and to hold as indefensible estate of inheritance in fee simple to the said widow Morning Johnson during her natural life or widowhood and to the said other bargainers their heirs and assigns forever according to ? them herein conveyed and mentioned in the saidlast will & testiment of the said James Johnson deceased And to said Hagler for himself his heirs and representation covenant to & with the said persons of the second part their heirs and representatives and assigns jointly and ? that he is lawfully ? of said land and has fully right to convey said lands & every part ? and covenants in like manner that said lands are ? in and in like manner covenants to for ever warrant and defend the title to said land and every part thereof to the parties of the second part above mentioned according the o ? interests above conveyed to them as an ? estate of inheritance in fee simple against the lawful claims of all persons whomsover enter ? before signed.
FHL Film No. 1906294 Hamilton Co, TN Record Book ABC, Vol. 1 Register Transcribed by Jeri L. Corbitt, jericorbitt@juno.com

Transcript Register Book D - Vol. 1 (Transcript Register)     pp 370-371

Original Book Pages 347-348
Deed of Trust              Book D, pages 363 and 364
Arthur Daughtry			
     To			
Lewis Daughtrey		
For 80 acres land		

This indenture made this 31st day of May, one thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-
One, Between Arthur DAUGHTREY of the County of Hamilton and State of Tennessee, 
of the one part and Lewis DAUGHTREY of the County and State aforesaid of the 
other part, Witnesseth that the said Arthur DAUGHTREY for and in consideration 
of the sum of One Dollar to him paid and the other considerations hereinafter 
mentioned hath bargained, sold and conveyed to the said Lewis DAUGHTERY a 
certain tract of land in Hamilton County, being the south half of the South East 
quarter of section nine fractional township four and Range three west of the 
Basis line in the Ocoee District containing Eighty acres. To Have and To Hold 
the said tract of land to the said Lewis DAUGHTREY, his heirs and assigns 
forever. And the said Arthur DAUGHTREY  doth covenant and agree for himself, his 
heirs, etc. To warrant and forever defend the title to the said tract of land 
and every part thereof to the said Lewis DAUGHTREY, his heirs and assigns 
against the lawful claims of all persons whatever. But this deed is made for the 
following uses and trusts and for no other purpose, that is to say the said 
Arthur DAUGHTREY is indebted to the said Lewis in the sum of One Hundred and 
Fifty Dollars due by note of hand under seal and the said Lewis DAUGHTREY being 
willing to give the further indulgence of Eighteen Months for the payment of the 
said sum of money, to be made by having the payment thereof secured And the said 
Arthur being desirous to secure the payment as aforesaid and get the said 
further Indulgence of Eighteen months. Now if the said debt shall be well and 
truly paid at or before the expiration of the said Eighteen months, then this 
deed shall be void. But if it should not then the said Lewis DAUGHTREY shall 
give twenty day's notice on the Court House door, and three other public places 
in said county by written advertisements of the time and place of sale and may 
proceed to sell pursuant to said advertisement the said tracts of land to the 
highest bidder for cash in hand and out of the proceeds of such sale shall first 
pay the expenses attendant thereon and next pay and satisfy said debt and 
interest that may be due thereon and lastly pay over to said Arthur the residue 
if any. Witness my hand and seal this 31st day of May, 1841.
Test:	Interlined before signed                    Arthur DAUGHTREY (seal)
B. B. CANNON
Esam FRANKLIN

State of Tennessee		
Hamilton County		
Personally appeared before me, Asahel Rawlings Clerk of the County Court of said 
County, Arthur DAUGHTREY, the bargainor within and above named, with whom I am 
personally acquainted and who acknowledged this instrument as his act and deed 
for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office the 31st day of 
May, 1841.                            Asahel Rawlings, Clerk

State of Tennessee           Register's Office, the third day of June A.D. 1841, 
Hamilton County           there was within deed of trust recorded in Book D. 
page 363.                         A. G. W. Puckett, Register

 
FHL Film No. 1906294 Hamilton Co, TN Record Book ABC, Vol. 1 Register Transcribed by Jeri L. Corbitt, jericorbitt@juno.com Transcript Register Book D - Vol. 1 (Transcript Register) pp 403-404 Original Book Pages 314 and 315 Deed of Trust Book D., pages 327 and 328 Solomon P. Mitchell To George McGhee, Trustee For Elisha Corbit This indenture made this twenty-fourth day of February One thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-one between Solomon P. MITCHELL, of the first part and George McGHEE of the second part, and Elisha CORBITT of the third part all of the of Hamilton and State of Tennessee, Witnesseth, that whereas, the said Solomon P. MITCHELL is justly indebted to Elisha CORBITT, aforesaid in the sum of two hundred dollars due by two several notes of hand for one hundred dollars each, one dated the ___ day of ____ 18__ and due ____ after date: the other dated the ____ day of _____, 18 ____ and due _____ after date, and the said Elisha CORBITT, being willing to extend to the said Solomon P. Mitchell the further indulgence of twelve months from this date for the payment of said sum of two hundred dollars and the interest now due and that may become due on said sum until paid by having the payment there of secured, and the said Solomon P. being willing to secure the same in consideration of said Indulgence being given. Now I the said Solomon P. MITCHELL, for and in consideration of the sum of One Dollar to me in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, do bargain, sell and deliver to the said George McGHEE, his heirs and assigns forever, five beds, bedsteads and furniture, two cupboards and their furniture, five tables, two dozen common chairs, four ovens, three and one skillet, one Bureau, one cow and calf, three heifers and two small steers. To have and to hold the ________________ said George McGHEE, his heirs and assigns forever. But this deed is nevertheless made in trust for the following use and purposes and no other use or purpose whatever, that is to say if the aforesaid sum of two hundred and interest already due and to become due shall be well and truly paid at or before the expiration of the time aforesaid then this deed shall be void, if not then the said George McGHEE shall proceed at the request of the said Elisha CORBITT, to advertise at the Court house door in the town of Harrison and two other public places in said county of Hamilton, by giving ten days notice of the time and place of sale the property herein conveyed to him and sell the same to the highest bidder for cash and first apply the proceeds to the payment of the necessary expences attending the execution of this deed of trust, next to the payment of said sum of two hundred dollars and interest as aforesaid, and the residue, if any, pay over to the said Solomon P. or his heirs, In witness whereof the said Solomon P. MITCHELL and the said George McGHEE have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and date above written. Test: John P. LOVE Solomon P. MITCHELL (seal) W. H. NIPPER George McGHEE (seal State of Tennessee Hamilton County Personally appeared before me, Benj. B. Cannon, Deputy Clerk of the County Court of said county, Solomon P. MITCHELL and George McGHEE, the obligors to the within deed of trust with both of whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged the same to be their act and deed for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office the 24th day of February, 1841. Asahel Rawlings, Clerk By B. B. Cannon, D.C. State of Tennessee Register's Office, the 24th February, A.D., 1841, then Hamilton County was the within deed of trust recorded in Book D, pages 327 & 8. A. G. W. Puckett, Register
FHL Film No. 1906294 Hamilton Co, TN Record Book ABC, Vol. 1 Register Transcribed by Jeri L. Corbitt, jericorbitt@juno.com Transcript Register Book D - Vol. 1 (Transcript Register) pp 444-445 [Original Book Pages 411-412] Deed of Release Book D., pages 427 and 428 - u - Lewis Daughtrey To Arthur Daughtrey 80 acres Received of Arthur DAUGHTREY one hundred and fifty dollars in full of a note of hand under seal executed by him the said Arthur DAUGHTREY to me, the payment of which was secured to him by deed of trust executed to me by him on the first day of May, 1841, conveying to me Eighty acres of land being the south half of the southeast quarter of Section nine, fractional township four and Range three west of the Basis line in the Ocoee District and in Hamilton County, which deed of trust is duly registered in the Register's Office of in said County of Hamilton in Book D., page 363, and which deed of trust is by these presents held for nought and the said Eighty acres of land released unto the said Arthur DAUGHTREY and his heirs and assigns forever. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 23rd day of September, 1841. In presence of James L. REED Lewis DAUGHTREY (seal) John (his X mark) BROWN State of Tennessee Hamilton County Personally appeared before me, Benj. B. Cannon, Deputy Clerk of the County Court of said County, Lewis DAUGHTREY, the within named releaser with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged the execution of the within Release to be his act and deed in contained. Witness my hand at office the 23rd day of September, 1841. Asahel Rawlings, Clerk By B. B. Cannon, D.C. State of Tennessee Register's Office, the 26th day of September, 1841, Hamilton County Then was this deed of Release Recorded in Book D., pages 427 & 428. A. G. W. Puckett, Register By A. A. Vinson, Dep. R.
FHL Film No. 1906294 Hamilton Co, TN Record Book ABC, Vol. 1 Register Transcribed by Jeri L. Corbitt, jericorbitt@juno.com
Transcript Register Book D - Vol. 1 (Transcript Register)

Original Book Pages 412 and 413 Pp 445-446

Deed of Conveyance Book D., pages 428 and 429
Arthur Daughtrey
To
Robert C. McRee
80 acres

This indenture made this twenty-third day of September One Thousand Eight Hundred and forty-one Between Arthur DAUGHTREY of the County of Hamilton and State of Tennessee of the one part, and Robert C. McREE of the county and State aforesaid, of the other part. Witnesseth, that the said Arthur DAUGHTREY, for and in consideration of the sum of three hundred dollars in hand paid the receipt where of is hereby acknowledged, hath and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell, alien, enfeeoff, convey and confirm unto the said Robert C. McREE, his heirs and assigns forever, a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Hamilton, in the 7th Civil District being the south half of the Southeast quarter of Section nine, fractional township four and Range three west of the Basis line in the Ocoee District, containing Eighty Acres. To have and to Hold the said Eighty Acres of land, with its appurtenances and hereditaments to the said Robert C. McREE, and his heirs and assigns forever, as an estate of inheritance in fee simple and the said Arthur DAUGHTREY for himself, his heirs, & doth covenant with the said Robert C. McREE his heirs that the said Eighty Acres of land is unincumbered and that he hath a good right to convey the same and that he will warrant and forever defend the title against the lawful claim or claims of all and every person whatsoever. In testimony whereof the said Arthur DAUGHTREY hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and date above written.
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of
James L. REED
John (his X mark) BROWN Arthur DAUGHTREY (seal)

State of Tennessee
Hamilton County
Personally appeared before me, Benj. B. Cannon, Deputy Clerk of the County Court of said County, Arthur DAUGHTREY, the within named bargainor with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that he executed the within deed of conveyance for the purpose therein contained. Witness my hand in Harrison the 23rd day of September, 1841. Asahel Rawlings, Clerk
By B. B. Cannon, D.C.

State of Tennessee Register's Office, the 28th day of September, 1841,
Hamilton County then was this deed of Conveyance Recorded in Book D.,
pages 428 and 429. A. G. U. Puckett, Register
By A. A. Vinson, D.R.


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