James Frazor, 1810

Contributed by Ronald Frazor (ronnief@bellsouth.net)
© 2000


To all whom these presents shall come, Greetings;
KNOW Ye, that in the consideration of military service performed William Norris to the State of North Carolina. Warrant No. 4537 dated the 24th day of December 1796 and entered the 21st day of February 1797 by No. 6634

Here is granted by the said state of Tennessee onto JAMES FRAZOR asignee of the said William Norris
A certain tract or parcel of land containing Six hundred and forty acres lying in Sumner County in the First District on the North side of Cumberland River, on the waters of the middle fork of Goose Creek; joining a two hundred and seventy four acre tract of John Paytons near the Beginning in the North boundary line of said tract, thirty seven poles West from the North East corner, runs North one hundred and sixty poles to two large sugartrees and dogwood. Thince East one hundred and sixty-four poles to two hackberries and a poplar on the West boundary line of a tract of land granted to Silby Harney, thince South with said line forty poles to a hackberry and elm, his South West corner, thince East with his South boundary line ninety five poles to a mulberry sugartree and white oak, thince South four hundred and twelve poles to a hickory and sugartree, thince West two hundred and twenty two poles to a beech and elm, thince North poling said Paytons South East corner and with his line two hundred and ninety two poles to said Paytons North East corner, a beech and dogwood, thince West thirty seven poles to the beginning
Surveyed July 22nd 1809 by Stephen DeBow DS
With the hereditaments and apppurtenances to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, with its appurtenances, to the said JAMES FRAZOR and his heirs forever
In witness, whereof Willie Blount, Governor
of the state of Tennessee, hath hereunto set his hand and caused the great seal of the state to be affixed, at Knoxville on the twenty fourth day of July--in the year of our Lord one thousand, eight hundred and ten and of the Independence of the United States, the thirty fifth.
By The Governor,
Willie Blount

R. Houston, Secretary

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