William Carington & Theodorick Patton

Source: Sumner County Deed book 1, page 225

Contributed by Joyce Hetrick (joyce@mev.net)
© March 2000

Indenture made this eleventh day of may in the year of our lord eighteen hundred and _____ between _____ and William CARINGTON of the first part and Theodorick PATTON both of the state of Tennessee and county of Sumner. That the said William CARINGTON hath bargained & sold unto the said T. M. PATTON for and in consideration of the sum of eight hundred dollars to him in hand paid_______ a certain parcel of land lying on Sinking Creek of Cumberland River being part of a tract formerly belonging to THE HEIRS OF Jacob HOUDESHELL sold by John GOURLEY to William GRAY and by GRAY to said CARINGTON. Beginning at the south east corner of said heirs running ____to Albert McCALLS......Laurence's line......belonging to Lewis_______ containing one hundred and _____ acres.........rights titles to said T. M. PATTON his heirs and assigns forever.
(the rest is unreadable) s/s William CARINGTON

(Note: this will is written in tiny script. it is contained in the estate #686 of Jacob HOUDESELL)

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