To: David Stanfield
January 13, 1827
State of Tennessee, Marion County.
Marion Co, Tennessee Deed Book B
This Indenture made the 13th day of January in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and twenty sevn between John Overturf of the County of Marion and State of Tennessee of the one part and David Stanfield of the County aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth for and in consideration of fifty dollars to me in hand paid the said John hath bargained and sold and by the present do bargain
(p. 304) sell lien remise & convey unto the said David a certain tract or parcel of land containing eight acres lying and being in Marion County on the waters of Battle Creek Beginning on a white oak on the bank of the creek near Trussell corner thence West with his line fifty six poles to a stake at the foot of the Mountain with the same North forty five poles to a stake on Doolys line; thence with the same Sout fifty three east seventy two poles to the beginning said land lying on Battle Creek. To have and to hold the aforesaid tract or parcel of land together with all and singular the right member appurtenances the same belonging or any wise appertaining to the said David Stanfield his heirs and assigns forever and the said John Overturf for himself his heirs executors & administrators doth covenant and agree to the said David Stanfield the said bargained premises will warrant and forever defend from him his heirs and assigns and all person or persons lawfully claiming or to claim and witness thereof the said John doth put his hand and seal the day and date above written.
John X Overturf
G. W. Salmon
Thom. A. Smith Witness
State of Tennessee Marion County Court November Term 1827.
Then was the within deed of conveyance from John Overturf to David Stanfield for eight acres of land duly acknowledged in open Court by the said John Overturf and ordered to be certified for registration. Given under my hand & private seal (not having a seal of office at Jasper This (L S) ;8th January 1828.
Jno. Kelly Clk.
Registered July 8th 1828.
Submitted and transcribed by Roger Ray