Deeds

Click on the tabs below to see available abstracts from Jackson County Deed Books.  Unless otherwise stated, these were provided by Patti Causey, former coordinator of this site. Note: All individuals are “of Jackson County, GA” unless otherwise stated

Bk AB, p. 39
James McKutchen (of Elbert County, GA) to Joseph Sheals (of Oglethorpe County, GA)
200 acres on the Walnut Fork of the Middle Oconee River in Franklin County
13 Aug 1795

Bk AB, p. 54
Promissory note ($600) from John Rainey to Samuel Shields (of Oglethorpe County, GA)
Concerns land in Jackson County on the Oconee River on both sides of Cedar Creek

Bk AB, p. 77
Samuel Nelson to John McElhannon
240 acres on the Middle Fork of the Oconee River; $200
5 Dec 1797

WILLIAM BEARDEN to ALEXANDER CRAWFORD, page 16

“Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made this ninth day of November in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight hundred & seven between William Bearden & Alexander Crawford both of the state & County aforesaid Witnesseth that for & in consideration of the sum of fifty dollars to him in hand paid I have bargained sold & delivered & by these confirm unto Alexander Crawford his heirs & assigns for ever all that tract & parcel of land containing three hundred & thirty seven & a half Acres bounded N East by Susanna Colemans land S West by Montgomerys land, S East by Robert Conleys land & North by boundary line including the Circumference of the above land surveyed for me in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred  To have & to hold for ever  I do hereby warrant & defend from all persons claiming under me or my heirs & no further for ever.  As witness my hand & seal this day & date first above written  Signed Sealed & delivered
in presence of
Henry Cureton
Wm Hudson
M.? Montgomery JP
William (his mark) Bearden (Seal)

Recorded the 1st March 1808
Edw. Adams Clk”

JOHN PATRICK to SAMUEL PATRICK, page 206

“State of Georgia  This Indenture made this twenty ninth day of December one Thousand eight hundred & Seven between John Patrick of the County of Jackson & State aforesaid of the one part & Samuel Patrick of the County of Jackson & sd. State of the same part  Witnesseth that the said John Patrick for & in consideration of the sum of four hundred dollars to him in hand well & truly paid by the said Samuel Patrick on or before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged that the said John Patrick hath bargained sold released & confirmed unto the sd. Sam. Patrick all that tract or parcel of land situated lying & being in the County of Jackson on the waters of the North Oconee river containing one hundred & forty three Acres more or less  Beginning at a post oak X South 40 Chains to a Spanish oak X East 20 Chains to a post oak X North 45 East 35 Chains to a pine X North 5 E 14 chains 50 links to a red oak X from thence to the beginning In !
which said survey was made on the 30th day of October 1784 & was granted to John Barnett the 26th day of July 1787 registered in book OOO page 178? the 25th of August 1787.  Together with all & Singular the rights members & appurtenances thereunto belonging & every part thereof unto the said Samuel Patrick his heirs & assigns forever & the said John Patrick for himself his heirs & all & every other person or persons shall & will warrant & forever defend the said premises as aforesaid  In Witness whereof the said John Patrick hath hereunto set his hand & Seal the day & year first above written  Signed Sealed & delivered in the presence of Witnesses

John Patrick (Seal)

Witness
Ephraim Patrick
William Norman J.P.

Recorded the 29th Feby 1816
Edward Adams Clk”

STRICKLAND, DREWRY to PARKERSON, JOEL, page 220?

“This Indenture made this fourth day of January eighteen hundred & six between Drewry Strickland of the one part & Joel Parkerson of the other part both of the County of Jackson State of Georgia Witnesseth that the said Drewry Strickland for & in consideration of the sum of one hundred & forty dollars to him in hand paid have bargained & sold to the said Joel Parkerson all that tract or parcel of land containing twenty Acres be the same more or less lying & being in the County aforesaid on Buffalo Creek, waters of the Middle Oconee Beginning at an Oak Corner thence S 22 E 26 Chs 33 links to stake ? 68 E 22 Chs 33 links to a Stake N 22 W 26 Chs 33 links to a W O bush thence S 68 W 36 Chs 33 links to the beginning  To have & to hold all & singular the rights members & appurtenances.  And I the said Drury Strickland hereby bind myself my heirs & assigns to warrant & defend the tract of land & premises aforesaid with the appurtenances from my self my heirs & assigns from all & e!
very other person or persons whatever unto the said Joel Parkerson his heirs & assigns to his & their own proper uses benefit & behoof for ever in fee simple.  In Witness whereof I have hereunto set mu hand & seal the day & year first above written.
Drewry Strickland (seal)
Sealed & delivered
in presence of
Jno. S.? Rushton
Caleb Russell

Recorded the 5th day of Sept. 1809
Edw Adams Clk”

TROUT, NAT, page 139?

” Know all men by these presents that I Nat Trout of the state of Georgia & County of Jackson for divers considerations me hereunto moving having made, Ordained constituted & appointed & by these presents do make ordain constitute & appoint my trusty friend Howard Smith of said County my true & lawful Attorney for me in my name & to my use to act & assign a Warranty deed to a lot 22 district No. 86  Also a lot in 27 D No. 161 W.  Also one lot 20 D No. 177 W & by these presents granting to my said Attorney my sole & full power & authority to take, pursue & follow such legal Couses for the authenticating & establishing of the same Warrantee titles to said Lots of Land as my self personally might or Could do were I present, ratifying, allowing & confirming what so ever my said Attorney shall lawfully do or cause to be done in & about the execution of the rights of said lots of land by virtue of these presents  In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal thi!
s 18th April 1809
Nat Trout (seal)
Test
G.L. Lester”

BRYAN WARD & SAMUEL WARD to BUCKNER HARRIS & WALTON HARRIS,

“Franklin Cty
Georgia
This Indenture made this sixteenth day of April one thousand eight hundred & eight between Bryan Ward & Samuel Ward, son of Bryan Ward his Attorney in fact of the County of Franklin of the one part & Buckner Harris & Walton Harris of the state aforesaid and of the County of Jackson of the other part Witnesseth that the said Bryan & Samuel hath for & in consideration of the sum of four hundred dollars to them in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained & sold & by these presents doth grant, bargain & sell unto the said Buckner & Walton all that tract or parcel of land Containing five hundred acres more or less situate lying & being in the County of Jackson but Franklin at the time of Survey on the middle fork of the Oconee River called Marbury’s fork at the time of survey & which was granted to Bayan? Weld? in the year one thousand seven hundred & eighty six signed by his Excellency Edward Telfair then Governor of said State as will more fully appea!
r referines being had to the said Grant & Survey Being part of the Original Grant containing nine hundred twenty Acres Beginning on a Birch on the said River then running north fifty seven degrees East adjoining Gabriel Huberts? land being a part of the said survey, seventy two chains to a stake corner on Apling line thence on the said line of Appling runing South 45 degrees east fifty nine Chs to a red oak corner, being a corner of the said Appling land on Bryan Wards Original line of said survey thence runing on Wards line South 20 degrees east forty two chains to a Stake Corner thence South forty five degrees west twenty two chains to the river a stake corner, thence up the said River to the Beginning Corner  Together with all & singular the rights titles, & appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appurtaining & the said Bryan Ward & Samuel Ward shall & will warrant & for ever defend the said land & premises & every part thereof unto the said Buckner Harris & Walt!
on Harris & their heirs & assigns against the Claim or Claims of themselves their heirs or any other person or persons whatsoever unto the proper use & behoof of the said Buckner & Walton their heirs & assigns for ever in fee simple  In testimony whereof the said Bryan Ward & Samuel Ward, the said Samuel Acting as the son of Bryan Ward & as his Attorney in fact hath hereunto set their hands & affixed their seals the day & year above written in the presence of
Patsy (her mark) Able
Charlot (her mark) Mays
Joel Yowel J.P.

(on right side)
Samuel Ward
for Bryan Ward (seal)
Samuel Ward (seal)

Recorded the 16th day of May 1808”

SARAH FONDREN to her children JAMES BERRY, WILLIAM ASBERRY & THOMSON, page 81

“To all to whom these presents shall come
Know ye that I Sarah Fondren of the State of Georgia & County of Jackson for & in consideration of the love good will & affection I have toward my Children by name James Berry, William Asberry & Thomson have given, granted & by these presents do freely give & grant unto the above mentioned children their heirs & the good & chattles herein mentioned to be equally divided between said Children to wit, two feather beds & furniture, one large trunk, one pewter dish, two pewter Basons & six plates, three Chairs & one Cotton wheel, one pr Cards & smoothing Iron, one pr Sheep Shears, one pr Taylors Shears, one Iron Kettle, one Iron pot, one Dutch oven, one meal sieve, one wooden tray, one pail, 2 peggins one Churn, one Sorrel Mare, has two white feet & a star in her forehead & one bay Mare Coult, one Saddle & bridle, six head of hogs Earmark a crop & hole in the left a crop & underkeel in the right, one Cow & Calf, said Cowes of the above mentioned mark, one washing tub, one Dye tu!
b, 2 ploughs, one pr geers, one ax, one bell, a small Chest To have & to hold all the said goods & chattles within mentioned as their only right & property from henceforth without any manner of Contradiction.
In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal this sixth day of August 1808
Sarah (her mark) Fondren (seal)

Signed sealed & delivered
in the presence of
Benj. Echols
Thaddeus Pirkins
William Cates”

(witness info. below it)

THOMAS KITCHENS to JOHN BORING, page 122

” This Indenture made this twelfth day of December eighteen hundred & eight between Thomas Kitchens & John Boring both of the County of Jackson & state of Georgia  Witnesseth that the said Thomas Kitchens for & in consideration of the sum of three hundred & eighty one dollars & twenty five Cents to him in hand paid before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained & sold unto the said John Boring his heirs & assigns forever all that tract or Parcel of land containing by estimation one hundred & twenty five Acres be the same more or less lying & being in the County aforesaid & bounded as follows  Beginning at a pine corner being the Corner of Milligans thousand Acre survey then N 20 W 50 Chains 50 links to a pine Corner thence S 70 W 18 Chains 50 links to Adams ? post Oak Corner thence a new marked line agreed on by the parties runing S 3 E 53 Chains to a stake on Taty back line thence to the beginning Corner  To!
have & to hold the said tract or Parcel of land & premises unto him the said Boring his heirs & Assigns & I the said Thomas Kitchens do hereby bind myself my heirs & assigns to warrant & defend the said Land & premises unto the said Boring his heirs & assigns forever in fee simple from the Claim of every person or persons whatever  In Witness whereof I hereunto set my hand & seal the day & year above written
Thos. Kitchens (seal)

Signed Sealed & acknowledged
in presence of
Daniel Mabry
Isaac Boring J.P.
Recorded the 31st Dec 1808″

JOHN LANE to ELIZABETH LANE, page 145

Georgia Jackson County
December 23rd 1808
Know all men by these presents that I John Lane of the County & state aforesaid have this day bargained agreed & sold to Elizabeth Lane the following articles to wit,  Seven Horses together with a waggon & Geers & all the Collars & bridles belonging to the same together with seven feather beds with all the furniture belonging to the same, sheets, blankets, coverlets &c with all the stands belonging to the same , together with two looking glasses & two trunks & one side board & two tables & all the kitchen furniture together with one Cotton Machine & one thousand weights of Tobacco together with all the goods wares & merchandise belonging to my store also two thousand five hundred weight of Deer skins or Pelting? so called.  And know ye that it was all for & in consideration of the sum of three thousand dollars paid to me in hand before the signing & sealing of these presents  Whereunto I set my hand with affixed seal the day & date above written
John Lane (Seal)
In presence of
John Y. Clayton
Wm Hudson
Gabriel (his mark) Jones”

B. HARRIS to LETICIA HARRIS

“Georgia
Jackson County
To all whom this may concern
Know ye that whereas by the last will & testament of Walton Harris late of Green County deceased among other things devised, the said Walton in his lifetime devised to me the sum of two hundred dollars, & then left me to share as Residuary legatee, Now I do by these presents for the natural love & affection which I bear to my beloved daughter Letitia Harris relinquish & Set over to her the said Leticia Harris all my Interest in the said Estate of Walton Harris deceased together with the said legacy, & the Executors are hereby requested to pay over to her the same upon its becoming due to me & her receipt shall be good in law against me my heirs & assigns  Witness my hand & Seal this 16 day of february 1810

B. Harris (Seal)

Test
W Harris
Early Harris”

(witness was below this on same page)

RANDOLPH TRAYLOR Power of Attorney 06 Oct 1808 Jackson, GA, page 302

“Know all men by these presents that I Randolph TRAYLOR at present in the County of Clark State aforesaid for sundry good causes and considerations (word unreadable) thereunto moving have Ordained, constituted & appointed & by these presents do ordain constitute & appoint my trusty friend William POLK of Franklin County & state of Georgia aforesaid my live & lawful attorney for me & in my name to sell, transfer & convey a certain tract of land granted to me for one thousand acres, lying in Franklin County at the time of survey, but now in Jackson County to any person my said attorney may think proper, & in my name to execute a deed or dispose the same with special Warrantee hereby satisfying & confirming whatever my said Attorney shall lawfully do, or care to be done agreeable to the tenor & terms within expressed.  In testimony where of I here unto set my hand & affirming seal this sixth day of October Eighteen hundred & eight.  Randolph TRAYLOR (seal)

Witness: Philip SHACKELFORD L. SEWALL, J.P.

recorded 13th Feby 1810 ADAMS, clk. [submitted by P. Thompson]

WILLIAM LYLES to JAMES GRACE, page 500

“Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made this 30th day of December in the year of our Lord
eighteen hundred & nine between Wm Lyles of Prince Georges County & State of
Maryland by his Attorney in fact George N. Lyles of the County & State first
aforesaid of the one part & James Grace of the County & State first
aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Geo. N. Lyles Attorney
as aforesaid for & in consideration of the sum of four hundred & twenty
dollars to him in hand paid at or before the sealing & delivery of these
presents hath bargained & sold unto the aforesaid James Grace his heirs &
assigns forever in fee simple the following tract or parcel of land lying &
being in Jackson County & State of Georgia on the South side of Cedar Creek
it being part of two tracts of land surveyed for & Granted to a certain
Doctor William Baker, & conveyed by the said Baker to the Aforesaid William Lyles & recorded among the records of Jackson County a reference thereunto will more fully appear, Beginning at a pine which stands on the south bank of Cedar Creek & running South forty five degrees East sixty six chains to a post oak thence north fifty six degrees east forty chains to a black gum on a branch thence down said branch with the meanders thereof to a white oak standing on the south bank of Cedar Creek thence up Cedar Creek with the meanders thereof to the beginning  containing & now laid out for two hundred & thirty five Acres of land more or less to have & to hold the said land or parcel of land with all & Singular the rights, members & Appertenances thereunto belonging unto the said James Grace his heirs & assigns And the said William Lyles by his Attorney as aforesaid doth for himself & his heirs the aforesaid tract or parcel of land against all persons claiming by, from or under him!
the said William Lyles by these presents doth for ever warrant & defend the said James Grace his heirs & assigns  In Witness whereof the said William Lyles by his Attorney in fact hath hereunto set his hand & seal the day & date aforesaid
William Lyles
by his Attorney
in fact
Geo. N. Lyles (seal)

Signed Sealed &
acknowledged
in presence of
Andrew Hyde
Agreppa Atkinson J.P.

Recorded the 16th Sept. 1811
Edward Adams Clk.”

BUCKNER HARRIS to LETITIA HARRIS

“Georgia
Jackson County
To all to whom this may come Greeting
Know ye that for the love & natural affection I have & bear toward my beloved daughter Letitia Harris  I Buckner Harris of the state & County aforesaid do by these presents give, grant & set over unto the said Letitia Harris her heirs or assigns all & singular my Interest in the estate of Jacob Early deceased, together with the Interest of Jeffery Early which is conveyed to me as well as the Interest of Eldridge Hargrove also transferred to me as also all debts & judgements due me by said Estate in her own right.  In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal this 16th day of february 1810
The object of the above is only to embrace what remains in the hands of Elizabeth Heard after her death

B Harris (seal)
Test
W. Harris
Jesse? Smith J.P.”

NAT TROUT Power of Attorney

“Know all men by these presents that I Nat Trout of the state of Georgia & County of Jackson for divers considerations me hereunto moving having made Ordained constituted & appointed & by these presents do make ordain constitute & appoint my trusty friend Howard Smith of said County my true & lawful Attorney for me in my name & to my use to act & assign a Warrantee Deed to a Lot 22 district No. 86  Also a lot in 27 D No. 161 W  Also one lot 20 D No. 177 W & by these presents granting to my said Attorney my sole & full power & authority to take pursue & follow such legal Courses for the authenticating & establishing of the same Warrantee titles to said lots of land as myself personally might or Could do were I present, ratifying, allowing & confirming whatsoever my said Attorney shall lawfully do or cause to be done and about the execution of the rights of said lots of land by virtue of these presents  In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal this 18th!
April 1809

Nat Trout (Seal)

Test
G. D. Lester”

HENRY POTTS to JOHN BROWN

“Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made this 5th day of April in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight hundred & four between Henry Potts of the aforesaid state & County of one part & John Brown of the aforesaid state & County of the other part Witnesseth that for & in consideration of the sum of three hundred & fifty dollars in hand paid by the said John Brown before sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged the aforesaid Henry Potts hath this day bargain, sold delivered, conveyed & confirmed unto said John Brown his heirs & assigns a certain tract or parcel of land lying & being in the aforesaid County on the waters of the Appalachee Joining lands of James Wilson & Arthur Foster Originally surveyed for Basel Jones containing one hundred & two Acres Beginning on a pine runing N 63 W 25 Chs to a pine thence S 27 W 11 Chs 35 links to Post Oak thence S 63 E 9 Chs to a post Oak thence S 27 W 11 Chs 50 lks to a Stake thence S 63 E 25 Chs to a Stake thence N t!
o Beginning to have & to hold the aforesaid tract of land & Premises together with all & Singular the rights, members, ways, waters, & water courses with all the apputenances to the same being, belonging or in any wise appertaining to the said John Brown his heirs & Assigns & the aforesaid Henry Potts for himself his heirs Administrators & Assigns do & will warrant & forever defend the aforesaid tract of land & premises from the Claim of all & every Person or Persons whatsoever unto the said John Brown his heirs & assigns  In Witness whereof the said Henry Potts has hereunto set his hand & affixed his seal the day & date first above written
Henry Potts (Seal)
Signed Sealed & delivered
in the presence of
M. Ferrell
John Foster
Wm Foster J.J.C.?

Recorded the 12th Dec 1809
Edw. Adams Clk”

JOHN CASEY to LITTLEBERRY BROOKS

“This Indenture made this tenth day of October eighteen hundred seven by & between John Casey of the County of Jackson & State of Georgia of the one part & Littleberry Brooks of the same State & County aforesaid of the other part Both? Witnesseth that for & in consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars to him the sd. John Casey in hand paid by the said Littleberry Brooks the receipt whereof the sd. John Casey doth hereby acknowledge hath given granted bargained & sold, ?? enfeoffed & confirmed & by these presents do give, grant bargain & sell, Exlein? enfeoff & confirm unto the sd. Littleberry Brooks his heirs & assigns forever a certain tract piece or parcel of land situated & lying in the County of Jackson aforesaid on the north side of Sandy Creek a water of the Oconee, it being the plantation whereon the said John Casey now lives & a part of the same tract whereon his father now lives on   Beginning at a Spanish Oak thence a north Course to a pine on James Casey Jr.!
‘s land from thence to a Chestnut on James McGinnisses line from thence to a Maple on James Caseys land, from thence to the beginning Spanish Oak containing seventy Acres be the same less or more thirty feet square at the Graves excepted for the purpose of burying Corpses in & the full liberty reserved to Old James Casey with his family to take what water they may use in his own family out of the spring that John Casey has hitherto used the branch the spring is on to be the ? between sd. Brooks & James Casey Snr. the above land to hold to sd. Littleberry Brooks his heirs Exrs. Admrs. & Assigns for ever together with all woods, Waters, Mines & Minerals & appurtenances to the said land belonging & the said John Casey binds himself by these presents his heirs & Assigns for ever to warrant & defend the above described land free & clear from all incumbrances whatsoever & against every claim or claims whatsoever lawfully claiming the same & against every person or Manner of person!
s claiming the same  In Witness whereon the said John Casey hath hereunto set his hand & Affixed his seal the year & day above written
John Casey (Seal)
Signed Sealed & delivered
in the presence of us
John Brooks
James Haggard”

JOSEPH CUNNINGHAM & AGNESS his wife to DAVID STOVALL

“This Indenture made the 2nd day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eighteen hundred & seven & in the thirty first year of of American Independence of the United States Between Joseph Cunningham & Agness his wife of the state of Georgia & County of Jackson of the one part & David Stovall of the state & County aforesaid Witnesseth that the said Joseph Cunningham & Agness his wife for & in consideration of the sum of three hundred dollars to me in hand paid by the said David Stovall the receipt thereof is hereby acknowledged that the said Joseph Cunningham & Agnes his wife have given granted, bargained sold released & Confirmed & by these presents doth give grant bargain, release & confirm unto the said David Stovall from us ourselves & assigns for ever part of a certain tract of land Originally granted to William Strong adjoining Peter Oliver, now Johnson the same is to begin at Joseph Harrisons Post Oak Corner thence N 20 W along Johnsons line to Strongs Pine C!
orner near Waits’s field thence S 70 West along Horlins line to the old dividing pine Corner between Andrew Cunningham & the said David Stovall thence S 20 E to the old dividing line Corner between the sd Cunningham & Stovall on Joseph Harrisons line thence N 70 E along Harrisons line to the beginning post oak the same being a square or nearly a square supposed to be 287 1/2 Acres be the same more or less the same was run by John Templeton Jr. William Strong & granted to William Strong made the property of Joseph Cunningham & conveyed by sd. Cunningham to the sd. Stovall To have & to hold the sd land only I reserve the Spring I now drink out of with one quarter of an Acre around the same known by the School house Spring all the rest of the water with the improvement  I do warrant & defend from ? & my heirs & assigns forever to the sd. David Stovall his heirs & assigns with all the rights titles privileges & enjoyments which may arise from and or any claim of the same  In Wit!
ness our hands & seals the day & date above written
Joseph Cunningham (Seal)
Agness Cunningham (Seal)
Test
Joseph D. Priest
John Dixson”

HARRIS, BUCKNER to KENNY, CHARLES M.

“Georgia
This Indenture made this sixteenth day of October eighteen hundred  & seven between Buckner Harris of the state aforesaid & County of Jackson of the one part & Charles M. Kenny of the state & County aforesaid of the other part  Witnesseth  That the said Buckner Harris for & in consideration of the sum of fifteen hundred & forty eight dollars to him in hand paid at & before the sealing & delivery of these the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted, bargained, sold, release & confirmed & by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, released & confirm unto the said Charles M. Kenny his heirs or assigns for ever all that tract or parcel of land situate lying & being in the County of Jackson on the north side of the north fork of the Oconee river & part on the south side of said River, Beginning on the North side of said River on a Corner White oak runing thence North ? West forty one Chains ? to a red Oak thence South twenty six West fifty two Chains to a Corner pine,!
thence South fifty eight East sixty five chains ? the Oconee River at a St?: Cherry Tree on said River to a pine, then across the river to the beginning white oak corner
Containing three hundred & eighty seven Acres which was conveyed to the said Buckner Harris by Michael Onge Gauvain ?? by his Attorney in fact Michael Ongy? Gauvain by two deeds of conveyance bearing date the tenth day of January eighteen hundred & seven being part of a tract of land Granted by the state of Georgia to Count D Estaing? for five thousand Acres To have & to hold the said tract of Land & premises together with all & singular the rights members & Appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appurtaining to him the said Charles M. Kenney his heirs & assigns for ever, to his theirs own proper use benefit & behoof, & the said Buckner Harris for himself his heirs executors & administrators the said tract of land to the said Charles M. Kenny his heirs or assigns shall & will warrant & for ever defend from the just claim of him the said Buckner Harris his heirs, executors or the ministrators against the just claim of all & every other person or persons whatsoever
In Witness whereof the said Buckner hath hereunto set his hand & affixed his seal the day & date above written
B. Harris (seal)

Signed Sealed & delivered in presence of
U.? Harris
Jno. Hanson
Jesse Smith

Acknowledged before me
the 11th Feby 1808
Edw Adams J.P. Ex. O.
Recorded the 29th? Feby. 1808”

 

This index is a partial one, including letters A-L and a few entries from M.  Entries in bold are included in the F tab on this page.

Arnold, Stephen fro N Camp……50
Adams, Jesse fro Lyles………..61
Adams, Edwd. fro W. Harry……..78
Adams, Edw fro Shff Jackson Cty…..79
Appleby, Wm fro Wm Potts Shff….79
Anglin, Henry fro Sam Gradner…..145
Allison, Robt & Benj Wilson trustees &c from Samuel Wilson….167
Armor, Jas. fro J.I.? Davy…..202
Armor, Jas. fro Wm Armor & Jos. Cowden…202
Allcorn, Elijah fro Lyles…206
Allison, Robert his Ear Mark…208
Armer, James fro Wm Armer & Jos. Cowden…210
Armer, Andrew from Cole….241
Allen, Robt & Smithwerk fro Montgomery….286
Atkinson, Cornelius from Jacob Millsap….302
Atkinson, Cornelius fro Tho. Williams….302
Atkinson, Cornelius fro Wm Potts Shff….303
Armer, Wm. from Jas. Armer…..304
Armer, Wm. from Jos. Daves…..305
Anderson, Wm from Jas. Sisson….338
Atkinson, Agrippa fro Sary Durben…368
Armer, James from Joseph Cowden….377
Allen, Robt. fro Walton Harry….421
Akridge, Levi fro Wm. Blake….431

Boring, John fro Jno Pennington…..6
Boyle, John fro Geo Cowan……9
Brooks, Middleton fro heirs of Carnes…15
Brown, John fro Samuel Pennington…23
Berrien, John fro Thos. Collier….27
Beavers, John fro John Griffin….30
Beavers, John & Beavers, Jane?…30
Beard, Wm – Sheff Wm Potts, auction, to John Hanson..31
Beavers, Jane fro Reuben Beavers et al, legatees of Robert Beavers…78
Burress?, Wm fro Michael Ange Gauvain….39
Boyle, John fro W. Harris…..41
Briant, Stephen fro A. Harper….42
Boyd, Andrew fro R. Henderson….63
Brooks, Wm fro Wm Black…..64
Bates, Mathias fro Elisha Winn…68
Blalock, Wm fro Jesse Kirk…60
Brazeal, Britain fro Wm Lyles…69
Bearden, Wm fro Dickson & McConnel…74
Bearden, Wm fro Wm Otwell…74
Beavers, Jane fro R. Beavers & others…78
Billups, Robt. R. fro John Billups & Co…88
Barnett, Samuel fro Stephen Potts…89
Bell, Frances fro Jos. Wilson…90

Bailey, Samuel (Power of Atty to Ralph Bailey)…96
(skipping some here need to check)
Bowman, Thos fro Abner Camp…..202?
Bowman, Robt fro Thos Camp….232
Burson, David from Isaac Burson….235
Boyd, Andrew fro Joshua Seurlock?…242
Brown, George from Emily Harris….244
Bacon, Wm H. fro Thos Carr…..261
Bacon, Wm H. fro Thos Carr….261
Boyle, Jno from Stuart Cowan….262
Bradberry, James from W. McRight…266
Beaver, Ephm. fro Jno Matton?…273
Bates, Julius fro Isabella McCleskey….280
Bourders, Dempsey fro Thos Cherry…286
Borders, Jno from Jesse Bennett…289
Barnett, Wm fro Saml. Barnett Senr.?..299
Barnett, Wm fro Bolar Moon….299
Baugh, Josiah fro Wm Norman…312
Boulon, Saml. jun? from Boulons…324
Beauchamp, John fro H. Fowler…339
Beauchamp, John fro Meady White…340
Boyle & Davis from Eppinger (Marshal)…344
Boyle & Davis fro Eppinger (Marshal)…345
Boring, David from James Tait…346
Barron, Thos C. & Barnaby fro Philip Cates…347
Barron, Thos C. from Barnaby Barron…348
Bobo’s from Abner Camp….352
Boyle & Davis from Eppinger (Marshall)…353
Boyce, Elsey from Moses Collins…354
Baldwin, Frederick fro James Cleghorn…365
Boring, Isaac fro W.McKenney Shff…391
Bates, John fro Jos. Wilson…395?
Burford, Thos. fro Samuel Patton…396
Bridges, Allen L. fro Henry Anglin…398
Bridges, Allen fro S.? Gardner…402
Bennett, Wm fro Wm Brumbelow…408
Boring, Isaac fro ? Weatherby…415
Boring Isaac fro Shff Jackson Cty….416
Bell, Wm from John Glenn….423
Bennett, Wm fro Absalom Gray….426
Blackstock, Wm from Wm Kelley…429
Boyle, John fro Thos Kirkpatrick….442
Bell, Wm. ? Claybourn Maddox…442
Bennett, Stephen fro Cal? Clements…444
Bennett, Stephen fro Benjn. Dowdy…445
Bennett, Stephen fro Richd. Major…44?

Carr, Tho Dabney fro Tho Carr….5
Crawford, Anderson (Atty for heirs of Perry & Samuel Wilson) fro W. Tillman…8
Cochran, James fro R. McRea…14
Coleman, John fro Shff , J.C. (JMC Montgomery, Esq.)….17
Corrigan, John fro Robt Foster….21
Coleman, Jesse fro Alex Reid….27
Camp, Nathan fro Thos. Moore…33
Camp, Abner fro Jno Stroud…..42
Cunningham, Ansel fro Shff…..46
Camp, Harper fro Nathan Camp….50
Colyer, Meredith  Ear Mark….49
Camp, Nathan fro Geo W. Camp….61
Curbow, Solomon fro Jesse Coleman….64
Cunningham, Ansel fro Wm Jacobs…65
Camp, Jos fro A. Camp….70
Camp, Jos fro Abner Camp….75
Cole, Jacob fro James Bell….75
Chandler, Jeremiah fro Eli Headen….83
Camp, Eliza fro Nathan Camp….82?
Camp, Harper fro Nathan Camp….84
Camp, Wm from Benjn. Camp….108
Camp, Benjamin fro J? Parkerson…108
Camp, William fro John Camp (Power Atty.)…109
Collins, Saml. fro James Moore….111
Collins, Samuel fro Wm Lyles….111
Crawford, Wm H. fro Deakins & Hay…127
Cole, Nancy, Wm & Henry fro Jos Thompson Sen…147
Camp, Hosea fro Lyles….149
Church Oconee fro A. Crestler…151
Chandler, Bailey fro J.H. Skinner…171
Coker, Philip fro Thomas Watson…191
Callahan, ? fro E. Callahan….204
Clements, Culliver for Cha. Clements….219
Cunningham, Jas fro Geo Smith…..220
Cormick, Jno from Stevens Thomas…227
Carter, David fro Hugh Rean?…228
Carmichael, John fro Alex Gillespie…240
Carnes?, Thos. P. fro Tax Collector of Clark Co….255
Cherry, Thomas fro David Carter….262
Collier, Merrel – Ear Mark….270
Camp, Larkin fro A. Forbes?….272
Creswell, John T. fro Wm Potts shff…..298
Creswell, John T. fro Wm Potts Shff….301
Cowan, Jas. fro Danl. Clower…..305
Cunningham, Ansel fro Wm Potts Shff…..312
Callhoram?, David fro Willis ? (will check names)….310
Curry, Wm fro Robt. Curry…….30? (page torn)
Canterberry, Jeremiah fro Gore….? (page torn)
Cobb, Wm fro A. Springfield…..33?
Carrol, Linnett fro Mary Carrol…363
Cunningham, A. fro I.T. Cunningham…..361
Cowden, Jos.? fro Jos.? Armer…..370
Camp, Nathan fro John Camp….373
Collins, Anderson fro Jas. & Isaac Cowan….387
Cady, Jesse fro Marylin? Fulcher….403
Clower, Daniel fro Jacob Forsyth….424
Clower, Daniel fro George? Menefee?… ??
Camp, Joseph fro Susannah Camp?…410
Coleman, Abner fro Thos. McAdams….428
Chandler, Solomon fro G. Box?…431
Courthouse & Jail ? fro Thos. Hyde….439?

E

Echols, Benjn. fro Jno.? Rolston….25
Ellis, Benjn. fro Jas. I. Moore…..41
Ellis, Benjn. fro Jos. Harris…..45
Evans, Hanson & Foster?, Jas. fro Jas. Evans….49
Epperson, John fro ? Pearce…..174
Epperson, John fro Littleton Hunt….175
Elsberry, Lindsey fro ?…184
Ewing, Thos. fro Jos. Wilson…..207
Ewing, Thos fro W.McKinney Shff…..207
Edwards, Isaac fro John Finch….214
Embry, Hezekiah L. fro M. Bonds….248
Easley, W. & Jos. Moss fro Jno. T. Rushton….262?
Ewing, Thos. from Comrs. of Courthouse…290
Edwards, Lewis from Willis Jinks….323
Ewing, Thomas fro Admrs. Griffin…415
Edwards, Rachel fro Jno M.? Miller….419
F
Foster, Samuel fro Thos. Davis….20
Foster, Robert fro Samuel Foster….31
Files?, David fro John Hanson….32
Foster, Evans & Hanson fro Jas Evans….49
Finch, Sally from John Finch….181
Fondren, Jas. from Elisha Lakes….183
Few, Ignatius from Thos. Carr…..195
Floutnoy, Thos. from S. Thomas….253
Freeman, Thos. fro Kitchens….270
Flannigan, Wm from David Dickson…276
Fuller, Benj fro F. Davis…..279
Farrow, Francis fro Wm Potts Shff….327?
Fowler, Nathan fro Willis Rowland….354
Fullerton, Mary fro Wm Cribbs…. 371
Frost, Ruth from Jonathan Pennell…441

Gathright, Wm M…………24
G?? (need to check), Jas. fro Lyles…….36
Glassen, Jno. fro Wm Sikes……66
Glassen, Jno. fro Jos. Tait…..66
Green, Jas. fro Wm & Jane Beauchamp…..80
Green, Sally fro Wm. & Jane Beauchamp…..80
Glass, Milley fro E.? Lindsay ? for W. Lindsay….94
Gathright, Wm M. fro Tho. Johnson…125
Gathright, Wm M. fro Milly Glass…126
Gordon, Saml. fro Jacob PettyJohn….130
Gardner, Saml. fro John Johnson….130
Gardner, Saml. fro Wilson McKinney C.T….131
Gardner, Saml. fro W. Potts C.T…..131
Gardner, Saml. fro Susanna Gardner…132
Gideon, Francis fro James Coker…134
Gibson, John fro Wm. Stark….147
Garrison, Nehemiah from Springfield…215
Green, Forest fro ?…….250
Green, Forrest fro H. Montgomery….250
George, Joseph fro Isaac Brossen?…259
George, Joseph fro Tho Walker…259
Groves, Jos. fro Eleazer Lovejoy….284
Garner, Martin fro H. Montgomery….308
Gay, Gilbert fro B. Harris & T. Moore…315
Gray, Absalom fro Joshua A. Parker…316
Garrison, Nehemiah from Cole…318
Glaze, Daniel from Isaac Sumrall…381
Glaze, Daniel fro Isaac Sumrall…..382
Glaze, Thos. fro Benjn. Maddox….383
Gibson, Jno. fro Jos. Little…408
Goode, Wm E. fro Baker Pegram…415
Gregory, John R. fro John Bender…417
Gazaway, Jno. from Jas. Collins…428

Hancock, Wm fro James Mays…..9
Hann?, Jas. fro Robt. Atkins………11
Hancock, Wm fro David Walker….12
Hancock, Wm. fro Jacob Lindsay..13
Hanson, Jno. fro Wm Potts Shff….31
Hargrove, E? fro Ann Hargrove….37
Heard & Thos Medford fro Arlines?…48
Hanson, Foster & Evans fro Jno. Evans…49
Hutchens, Wiley fro Wm Lyles….68
Higgins, Jno fro Sarah Higgins….62
Hill, Jas. fro Admr. of Sarah W. ?…62
Humphries, Geo. fro Jas Hill….62
Humphries, Geo. fro Abner Camp….63
Holcomb, Jno. fro Cockram?….65
Headen, Geo. fro Jno. Glassen….67
Hardy, Paxton? fro E. Brown Wilson?…71
Harris, Smith? fro Shff Jackson County….85
Headen, Eli fro son? Wm Headen…96
Haggard, James fro Sam Gardner…108
Horton, Proser & others fro Abner Winn….129
Hollison, Thos. fro S. Reed…..133
Harper, Wm fro Valentine Moony…146
Hanson, Thos. fro Samuel ?….148
Hudgens, Beverley fro A. Harper…150
Harper, Robt. fro Alix Harper…. 151
Heard, Jno. fro B. Brown….156
Howard, Hardy fro A. Jarratt…..158
Harper, Alex fro Sam Wilson….167
Harrison, Jos. fro W.H. Crawford ?…169
Harris, Jesse his? probate….176
Hewet, Wm fro E.D. Walker….189
Hardy, Chas. fro Gilbert Smith….199
Hemphill, Robert from Sarah Hemphill….200
Hamilton, Wm fro ? Gorham….204
Hinley?, Wm fro James Brooks….213
Howard, Hardy, Ear Mark…221
Hardy, Charles H., Ear Mark…221
Harris, Earley fro R. Thurmond….224
Hendon, Johnson fro Hendon & Jas Olive…239
Hammonds, Jos.? fro D. Castleberry…248
Henderson, Jones fro Saml. Henderson…266
Hampton, Jonathan fro Geo Hendley….267
Hampton from Grinage?…269
Hodge, Wm & Elliot fro Thos. Freeman…271
Hodge, Wm. & Elliot fro Jos. Wilson…271
Heard, Richard fro S. Nowland…280
Harris, Jesse from Jos. Harris…?
Hill, Edw. from A. Lester & Sam Loughridge…318
Harris, Walton fro H. Crawford Ea?…329
Howard, Hardy fro Geo Roberts…330
Hemphill, James fro Sarah Ward…331
Hobson, Matthew fro Jno. Jas. & W. Garrigan…347
Hamilton, Arch’d. from E. Winn….355
Heath, Rich’d. from A. Springfield….356
Haynie, Geo. fro A? Gray…367
Humphries, Geo. fro Abner Camp…377
Humphries, Geo. fro Abner Camp…378
Humphries, Geo. from Jno. Lovejoy…379
Hull, Hope fro Wm Potts Shff….394
Huson, Thos. from Commrs. of Jefferson…424

J
Jones, Jas. fro Jas. Lindsay….26
Jones, Allen fro Peyton Wyatt….48
Jordan, Sam from Jordan Bonner…55
Jones, Thos. fro Potts……62
Jarret, Ceriss? from Key….85
Johnston, Robt. D. fro Chas. M. Kinney…95
Jones, Rachel from Rachel Johnson…99
Jones, John from Collenson? Waters…110
Jones, Russell fro James Jones….111
Johnson, Thos. fro Walker….116
Jarratt, Archd. fro Thos. Key…157
Jackson, Wm fro Campbell…234
Jackson, Wm fro W. Wilkins…236
Johnston, Robt. D. fro S. Thomas….252
Jones, Wiley fro Jos. Wilson…260
Jackson, Job, Ear Mark…210
James, Jackson, Ear Mark…270
Jones, Thomas fro Edw. Pharr…310
Johnson, Thos. fro Wm. M. Green…379
Inger, John fro John Bennett…403?
Jenkins, John from James Moore…435

K
Knight, Isaac fro A. Camp…76
Kolb fro Patton…33
Kerbo, Sol fro Jesse Coleman…54
Knight, Isaac fro Abner Camp…56
Kennedy, John from Wm Vickery…109
King, James from Robt. King….197
King, John from James King….297
King, John from James King….313
King, James from Joseph McCutchen? & others…314
Keith, George fro Eth’d. Wood C of T…340
Kidd, Jas. H. from Wm Kidd….390
King, Jno. & L. Lowry fro ? Miller…419

L

Little, Jos. Ear Mark……..2
(about 5 too dark too dark to read – will have to check)
Lovejoy, Eleazer fro Abner Camp….64
Lovejoy, Eleazer from Camp, Wife & Sons….72
Lindsey, Jacob fro Wm Watkins….72
Lankford, John fro I. Pettyjohn…..92
(one hard to read)
Lynch, Isaac fro B. Harris & others….117
Lynch, Isaac fro Gouvain….118
Lynch, Isaac fro Sam Gardner…118
Lay?, Zachariah fro Lowes I. Dupree…133
Langley, James fro Moses Langley…153
Lay, Elijah from Boring & Wafer?…187
Lay, Elijah fro Nolan…..188
Lindsay, John fro Benjn. Mote?….201
Lindsay, Jno.? fro Walter Thedford?….201
Lindsay, Ephrm. fro Wm. Lindsay….203
Langston, Jas. fro Andrew Borders….212
Legg, Nathaniel fro Shff. I ?….228
Lawson, ? fro Thos. Williams…233
Little, Jos. fro S. White Adm….306
Lewilling, Wm. fro Eli Whaley….310
Lane, Jonathan fro Comms. of Jefferson….367
Lawhorn, Allen fro Geo. Shaw & the assignment of Mortgages….387
Lawhorn, Allen fro Andrew Collins…388
Langston, Saml. fro A. Marlin (or Martin)…398
Lumpkin, Geo fro Rob Montgomery…418
Lumpkin, Geo. fro S. Whitmire…418
Lowry, Seve? & John King from Jerome Miller…..419
Leopard, Holland fro Benj. Mole…422
Lawless, John fro Wm. Nesbet?…437
Lay, Elijah fro Jno. Boring…438

M

Morris?, Elizabeth fro A. Camp…..1
McBride, D.S. fro Menefee?…..1
Mayfield, B. fro Lyles……6
McAlister, John from W. Potts Sheriff…7
McColly, Janet fro Gilbert Gay……11
Mobley, Isaac fro Isaac ?….22

 

ELATHAN D. WALKER to TAPLEY, VIRGIL, ALFRED & SAMUEL STUART, Orphans of SAMUEL STUART

“This Indenture made this twenty seventh day of August one thousand eight hundred & thirteen between Elathan D. Walker of the County of Jasper & state of Georgia of the one part & Tapley Virgil Alfred & Samuel Stuart Orphans of Samuel Stuart decd of the other part all of the County of Jackson & State aforesaid Witnesseth that the said Elathan D. Walker for & in consideration of the sum of three hundred dollars to him in hand paid by the said Tapley Virgil Alfred & Samuel Stuart Orphans of said Stuart decd the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained & Sold unto Tapley Virgil Alfred & Samuel Stuart Orphans of said Stuart their heirs & assigns a certain tract of land containing one hundred & fifty acres be the same more or less situated lying & being in the County of Jackson on the middle fork of the Oconee River & bounded as follows, Viz. beginning at a hickory on the river thence with Kings land North thirty East to a stake on the road that leads from Cl!
arksborough to Nathan Camps thence up said road to a stake thence South thirty West to a pine on the river thence down the said River to the beginning Together with all & singular the rights members & appurtenances to the said tract of land belonging or in any wise appurtaining & also all the estate, right, title, interest, claim & demand of him the said Elathan D. Walker of into or out of the same to have & to hold the said tract or parcel of land with all & singular the premises aforesaid with each & every of their rights members & appurtenances unto the said Tapley Virgil Alfred & Samuel Stuart Orphans of said Stuart decd to their heirs or assigns or their own proper use & behoof for ever & the said Elathan D. Walker doth warrant & forever defend the said land against himself his heirs & all other persons to Tapley Virgil Alfred & Samuel Stuart Orphans of said Stuart decd & their heirs forever to their own proper use & behoof In Witness Whereof the said Elathan D. Walke!
r hath hereunto set his hand & fixt his seal the day & date above written Signed Sealed & delivered
inpresence of
Test
Edmund Shackelford
Wm E. Adams J.P.
(on right side) Elathan D. Walker (Seal)”

JOHN PENNINGTON to JOHN BORING, page 6

“This Indenture made this tenth day of November in the year eighteen hundred & nine between John Pennington of the one part & John Boring of the other part both of the County of Jackson & State of Georgia Witnesseth that the said John Pennington hath for & in consideration of the sum of six hundred dollars to him in hand paid by the said John Boring before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged bargained & sold & by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell, release & confirm unto the said John Boring his heirs & assigns for ever all? that tract or parcel of land lying & being in the County aforesaid containing one hundred & seventy acres be the same more or less being part of a tract of land granted to Richard Thurmond on the waters of the Mulberry fork of Oconee Beginning on a post oak corner thence N 45 E 41 chs to a post oak corner thence S 45 E 22 chs to a post oak corner thence N 35? E 18 chs to a stake, thence N 60 W 72 Ch!
s to a hickory corner thence S 5 W 23 Chs 50 links to a post oak corner thence a direct course to the beginnng corner Together with all & singular the rights members & appurtenances, & I the said John Pennington do hereby bind myself my heirs executors & assigns to warrant & forever defend the tract of land & premises aforesaid with all & singular the appurtenances unto the said John Boring his heirs & assigns from the Claim of any person or persons whatever
In Witness whereof I hereunto set my hand & Seal the day & year first above written
John Pennington (seal)

Signed Sealed & delivered
in presence of
Test John Burgess
Signed & delivered in the presence
Wm Wordlaw J.P.

Recorded the 23rd January 1813
Edward Adams Clk”

PROSER HORTON to PERMELA CARR, page 58

“To All Whom this presents shall come, I Proser Horton do send Greeting Know ye, that I proser Horton of the County of Jackson & state of Georgia for & in consideration of the love & good will & affection which I have ? bear towards my loving daughter Permela Carr of the County & state aforesaid have given & granted by these presents do fully give & grant unto the said Permela Carr her heirs, executors Admrs. & assigns one tract of land lying & being in Jackson County & on the Walnut fork of the Oconee containing one hundred & thirty two acres more or less it being part of a tract of land granted unto Samuel Patton the 8th of October 1808 lying & being as aforesaid beginning on a Lynn on the walnut fork thence S 66 W 45 Chs to a pine & thence N 47 W 17 Chs 50 links to a pine X thence runing & bounding S.E. on Seabourn Maddox land to a Hickory on the river, thence down the meanders of the river to the beginning hickory corner Together with all & singular the rights members,!
Hereditaments to the said premises belonging to have & to hold the above described land & premises unto the said Permela Carr her heirs, & assigns from henceforth as hers & their properly absolutely without any manner of condition In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this eleventh day of May in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & eighteen
Proser Horton (Seal)
Test
Wm Horton
Wm Bell J.P.

Recorded the 4th day of March 1819
Edward Adams Clk”

WILLIAM LYLES (by atty in fact George N. Lyles) to JESSE ADAMS, page 61

“Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made this twenty first day of October the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & thirteen Between William Lyles of Prince Georges County state of Maryland by his attorney in fact George N. Lyles of the County & State first aforesaid of the one part & Jesse Adams of the County & State first aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said William Lyles by his Attorney in fact George N. Lyles for & in consideration of the sum of two hundred & fifty dollars to him in hand paid at or before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained & sold & by these presents doth grant bargain & sell unto the aforesaid Jesse Adams his heirs & assigns the following piece or parcel of land Beginning on a hickory corner standing on Hosea Camps line & runing south thirty five degrees East fifty chains to a poplar corner thence South fifty five degrees west forty chains to a white oak corner thence North thirty five deg!
rees West to a post oak corner on Hosea Camps line thence to the beginning containing & now laid out for two hundred acres of land more or less it being part of a tract of land granted to Doctor? William Baker on the twenty eighth day of May eventeen hundred & eighty eight & conveyed by said Baker to the aforesaid William Lyles on the fifth day of December eighteen hundred & three which said Deed together with the power of Attorney is recorded amongst the records of Jackson a reference thereto will more fully appear To have & to hold the aforesaid piece or parcel of land with all & singular the Appurtenances & improvements thereunto belonging unto the aforesaid Isaac Adams his heirs & assigns forever in fee simple & the said William Lyles ? his Attorney as aforesaid George N. Lyles doth warrant & forever defend the aforesaid piece or parcel of land unto the aforesaid Jesse Adams his heirs & assigns against the claim of all & every person whatsoever In ___ Whereof the afores!
aid William Lyles by his Attorney George N. Lyles hath hereto set his hand & seal date first before written Signed Sealed acknowledged & delivered in presence of
George Menefee
Jos. Landrum J.P.

(on right side)
William Lyles (seal)
by his Attorney in fact
Geo. N. Lyles

Recorded the 1st March 1814”

WILLIAM JACOBS to ANSEL CUNNINGHAM, page 65

“Georgia
Jaclson County
This Indenture made this twenty sixth day of March one thousand eight hundred & thirteen Between William Jacobs of the state & County aforesaid of the one part & Ansel Cunningham of the County of Wilkes & State of Georgia of the other part Witnesseth that I the said Jacups this day doth bargain & sell a certain tract of land lying & being in the County of Jackson & state aforesaid containing two hundred & thirty Acres be the same more or less lying on the north Oconee river Granted to Wagnor? adjoining Count de Estaing whereon Jesse Smith formerly lived for the sum of three hundred & eighty two dollars Now know ye that I William Jacups of the County aforesaid do for the Consideration of the sum of three hundred & Eighty two dollars to me in hand paid the receipt whereof is acknowledged have Bargained & Sold Confirmed unto the said Ansel Cunningham his heirs & assigns the before mentioned tract of land Containing two hundred & thirty Acres be the same more or less with its m!
embers Appurtances To the said Ansel Cunningham To have & to hold the before mentioned tract of land to the said Ansel Cunningham his heirs & asigns forever to hold the same from me & my heirs & assigns but from no other person whatever In Witness whereof I have this day set my hand & seal
Wm Jacobs (seal)
Test
George Johnson
J.I.? Paint?
J.M.C. Montgomery
David Witt J.J.C.
Recorded the 3rd March 1814
Edward Adams Clk”

JOHN GLASSON to GEORGE HEADEN, page 67

“This Indenture made this sixteenth day of August in the year eighteen hundred & thirteen between John Glasson of the one part & George Headen of the other part both of the County of Jackson & State of Georgia Witnesseth that the said John Glasson for & in consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars to him in hand paid before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted, bargained Sold & coveyed to the said George Headen all that tract or parcel of land lying & being in the said County of Jackson on the waters of the Middle Oconee river & containing seventy five Acres be the same more or less it being the land included & de?? two deeds, one from William Sikes to John Glasson for fifty Acres bearing date the 22nd day of October 1806, The other from James Tait to the said John Glasson for twenty five Acres bearing date the 5th day of August 1812 Reference being had to said Deeds will more fully appear. Together with al!
l & Singular the rights members & appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining & I the said John Glasson do hereby bind myself my heirs &c to warrant & forever defend the aforesaid premises & all its appurtenances to the said George Headen his heirs & assigns to his & their own proper use benefit & behoof forever in fee simple In Witness whereof the said John Glasson hath hereunto set his hand & seal the day & date above written
John Glasson (Seal)
in presence of
Edw Adams
Jos. Landrum J.P. Recorded the 3rd March 1814”

WILLIAM LYLES to BRITAIN BRAZEAL, page 69

“Georgia Jackson County
This Indenture made this second day of April in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & thirteen between William Lyles of Prince Georges County & State of Maryland by his Attorney in fact George N. Lyles of the County & State first aforesaid of the one part & Britain Brazael of the County & State first aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said William Lyles by his Attorney in fact George N. Lyles for & in consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars to him in hand paid at or before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained & sold & by these presents doth grant bargain & sell unto the said Britain Brazeal his heirs & assigns forever in fee simple the following piece or parcel of Land being part of a tract of land granted to Col Leonard Marbury the eighth day of November seventeen hundred & eighty six for eleven hundred & fifty acres & conveyed from said Marbury by his Attorney in fact Dailo? Willia!
m Baker to Thomas Hanson & by said Hanson to the said William Lyles all of which said several deeds & power of Attorney is recorded amongst the records of Jackson County a reference thereto will more fully appear Beginning on said Marbury’s line on a pine runing south forty five degrees west forty chains to a hickory thence North forty five degrees west twenty five Chains to a white oak on Ignatius Fews line thence north forty five degrees East forty Chains to a Peach tree & Rock on said Fews line thence south forty five degrees East twenty five Chains to the beginning containing & now laid out for one hundred Acres of Land more or less To have & to hold the aforesaid piece or parcel of land with all of the improvements thereon unto the said Britain Brazeal his heirs & assigns forever And the said William Lyles by his Attorney George N. Lyles doth warrant & forever defend the aforesaid piece of land unto the said Britain Braziel against the claim or claims of all & every !
person or persons whatsoever In Witness whereof the said William Lyles by his Attorney in fact George N. Lyles hath hereunto set his hand & Seal the day & year first aforesaid
Signed Sealed & acknowledged in presence of
Test Geo Pentecost
Richard Pentecost J.P.

(on right side)
William Lyles
by his Attorney in fact
Geo N. Lyles (seal)

(in middle)
(In the thirteenth line from the beginning the words “his heirs & assigns for ever in fee Simple” being first interlined)

Recorded the 4th day of March 1814
Edward Adams Clk”

JAMES CASEY to WILLIS PERRY, Book F?, page 70
“State of Georgia
This Indenture made the sixteenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand and eight hundred & sixteen between James Casey sen of the County of Jackson & state aforesaid of the one part & Willis Perry of the County & state aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said James Casey for & in consideration of the sum of four hundred & fifty dollars to him in hand paid at & before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained sold, released & confirmed unto Willis Perry all that tract or parcel of land lying & being in the County of Franklin at the time of survey but now in the County of Jackson on Sandy? Creek granted to Henry Anderson & containing two hundred and twenty seven & one half acres more or less buting & bounding as follows Beginning on a hickory on Humphrie’s corner thence west to the mouth of the spring branch thence up the spring branch to the spring including half the spring thence up!
the branch to the head thence to A McGinnesses pine corner thence to said McGinnesses chestnut corner, thence on the long line? to a pine corner thence to post oak thence South seventy five chains eighty two links to the beginning corner Together with all & singular the rights members & appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appurtaining & the remainder & remainders issues & profits thereof unto the sd Willis Perry his heirs & assigns To have & to hold the said tract of land & premises aforesaid to his & their only proper use benefit & behoof forever & the said James Casey from himself & his heirs the said tract of land & premises aforesaid unto the said Willis Perry his heirs & assigns against him the said James Casey & all & every of his heirs & assigns the said tract of land & premises shall & will warrant & forever defend by these presents. In Witness whereof the said James Casey hath hereunto set his hand & seal the day & year above written
Signed Sealed & delivered in presence
of Jesse Perry
William Teddlie

(on right side)
James Casey (Seal)”
JANE BEAVERS from REUBEN BEAVERS, et al.  page 78

[Submitted by Cheryl Chasin]Indenture made 7 Dec 1809 between Reuben Beavers, Elijah Self & Patsey his wife, Gideon Starkey & Salley his wife, Drury Shields and Elizabeth his wife, legatees of Robert Beavers formerly of Jackson County, deceased, of the one part, and Jane Beavers, relict & widow of the said Robert Beavers, of the other part; legatees sold to Jane their shares in a tract of land due them under Robert Beavers’ will for $200; recorded 10 Mar 1814

 

 

SAMUEL BAILEY SENR. Power of Atty. to Ralph Bailey, Book F, page 96

“Georgia
Jackson County
To all & whom it may concern Know ye that I Samuel Bailey Senr. of the County & State aforesaid in right of my wife Unus Bailey formerly Unus Lyons but now Unus Bailey one of the heirs & legal representatives of Elisha Lyons deceased do constitute & appoint Ralph Bailey of the County & State aforesaid my lawful Attorney in fact & do vest him with full power to collect all or any part of the Estate which may be coming to me in right of my Wife Unus Bailey former Unus Lyons the daughter of the above named Elisha Lyons who lawfully intermarried with me the said Samuel Bailey Sen. & as such I the said Samuel Bailey am in right of my wife entitled to an equal distributive share of all the Estate both real & personal which the said Elisha Lyons decd seized from the state of Virginia Franklin County & being so entitled have authorized constituted & appointed Ralph Bailey to act for me & in my behalf & vested him with sufficient authority to collect all or any part of the said Estat!
e of Elisha which I am entitled to in manner & form aforesaid the receipt? for me & in my name & to do all other acts relating to the said Estate as I myself could do providing I was present in my own proper person all which acting & doings of the said Ralph Shall be as binding on me as if I had been at the doing of the same & I do hereby revoke all other power of Attorneys made by me to any other person or persons whatsoever In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal this twenty ninth day of July eighteen hundred & fourteen
Samuel S. (his mark) Bailey (seal)

Test
Ezeke McCravey
Samuel Patton J.P.

Recorded the 30th July 1814
Edward Adams Clk”

WILLIAM HEADEN to ELI HEADEN, Book F, page 96

“This Indenture made this nineteenth day of August in the year eighteen hundred & ten between William Headen of the one part & Eli Headen of the other part both of the State of Georgia & County of Jackson Witnesseth that the said William Headen hath for & in consideration of one hundred dollars to him in hand paid before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged granted bargained & sold & by these presents doth grant bargain, sell, convey & confirm unto the aforesaid Eli Headen his heirs & asigns forever all that tract or parcel of land containing seventy acres be the same more or less lying & being in the County aforesaid on Buffalo Creek, the Waters of the Middle Oconee River Beginning at a corner stake on William Headen Senr.’s line thence N 68 E 32 Chains to Hickory S 18 E 22 Chains to post Oak thence S 68 E 32 Chains to a white oak on Buffalo Creek thence up the meanders of said Creek to where William Headen Senr.’s line Cross!
es the same, thence Eastwardly three Chains to post Oak thence, thence Northwardly to the Beginning To have & to hold the tract of land & premises as aforesaid unto him the said Eli Headen his heirs & assigns for ever & the said William Headen doth hereby bind my self my heirs & assigns to warrant & for ever defend the tract of land & premises aforesaid with the appurtenances unto the said Eli Headen his heirs & asigns from the Just Claim of all & every person or persons whatever claiming under the said William Headen his heirs & assigns & no other person, In Witness whereof I hereunto set my hand & Seal the day & date above written.
William Headen (Seal)
in presence of
Joseph Headen
Edw Adams
And it is further agreed by the said William Headen Junr. that he doth bargain & sell unto the said Eli Headen his heirs & assigns for the sum of twenty five dollars to him the said William Headen in hand paid before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged a piece or parcel of Ground Joining the within described tract of land & bounded as follows Viz Beginning at the aforesaid White Oak Corner on the said Buffalo Creek, thence down the meanders of the Creek about three hundred yards to a white oak Corner agreed on, thence with a line agreed ? about three hundred & fifty yards to a post oak Corner on the line of the within tract of land thence with said line to the Beginning Corner on the Creek being twelve & one half Acres be the same more or less, Which said Land & premises I the said William Headen do warrant & defend from myself & my heirs unto the said Eli Headen his heirs & assigns In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my h!
and & Seal this 19th day of August 1806
William Headen (Seal)
Witness
George Headen
Edw Adams”

JOSEPH THOMPSON to NANCY COLE, WILLIAM COLE & HENRY COLE, Book F, page 147

“Know all men by these presents that I Joseph Thompson Senior of the County of Jackson & State of Georgia for & in consideration of the natural affection love & good will which I have & do bear towards my three grand Children to wit, Nancy Cole, William Cole & Henry Cole & for the further consideration of the sum of five dollars to me in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have given, granted & conveyed & by these presents do give grant, bargain, sell & convey & confirm unto them my said three grand Children their heirs & assigns for ever one Negro boy slave named George, which said Negro boy Slave George I do hereby bind myself my heirs executors & administrators to warrant & for ever defend to the said Nancy Cole, William Cole & Henry Cole their heirs & assigns for ever only reserving to my self the said Negro during my natural life In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 10th day of february 1813
Joseph Thompson (Seal)
Test
Tabitha Adams
Edward Adams

Georgia
Jackson County
Personally came before me Edward Adams & being duly sworn saith that he saw the Within named Joseph Thompson sign the within deed of Gift & that the deponent with Tabitha Adams were witnesses to the same.
Edward Adams
Sworn to before me this 20th
day of January 1815
J. Little J.P.
Recorded the 2nd day of february 1815
Edward Adams Clk”

WILLIAM STARK to JOHN GIBSON, Book F, page 147

“State of Georgia This Indenture made this thirteenth day of April in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred & nine between William Stark of the County of Columbia & State aforesaid on the one part & John Gibson of the County of Jackson of the other part Witnesseth that the said William Stark for & in consideration of the sum of one thousand dollars in hand well & truly paid by the said John Gibson at or before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained sold released & confirmed & by these presents do grant, bargain release & confirm unto the said John Gibson his heirs or assigns all that tract or parcel of land containing eight hundred Acres lying & being in the county of Jackson on the waters of the Walnut & Mulberry forks of the Oconee River being part of a survey of land granted to said Stark on the 22nd July 1798 (Viz) Beginning at a pine corner on the boundary line runing South 45 East 77 Chains to a post !
oak Corner thence South 38 West 104 Chains to a pine Corner thence North 45 West to a post oak corner on the Indian boundary line, thence along the boundary line to the beginning having such shape & marks as may more fully appear by a platt of the same. Together with all & singular the rights members & appurtenances thereof whatsoever to the said tract of land being belonging or in any wise appertaining & the remainder ?, rents, issues & profits thereof & of every part thereof To have & To hold the said tract or parcel of land & all & singular the premises & appurtenances thereunto belonging as aforesaid & every part thereupon? to the sd. John Gibson his heirs & assigns To the only proper use benefit & behoof of the said John Gibson his heirs & assigns for ever & the said William Stark & his heirs the tract or parcel of land aforesaid & premises aforesaid & every part thereof unto the said John Gibson his heirs & assigns against him the said William Stark & his heirs & all !
& every other person & persons whatsoever shall & will warrant & forever defend by these presents In Witness whereof the sd. William Stark hath hereunto set his hand & seal the day & date first above written
Sealed & delivered
in the presence of
Mary White
Rebecca Hunt
Thos. White J.P.

(on right side)
Wm Stark (seal)

Recorded the 2nd day of February 1815”

WILLIAM LYLES to HOSEA CAMP, Book F, page 149

“Georgia Jackson County This Indenture made this twenty second day of december in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & twelve between William Lyles of Prince George county and State of Maryland by his attorney in fact George N. Lyles of the County first aforesaid & State first aforesaid of the one part and Hosea Camp of the county and State first aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said William Lyles by his attorney as aforesaid for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred dollars to him in hand paid at or before the sealing & delivering of these presence the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath Granted Bargained & Sold & by these presents doth Grant bargain & Sell unto the aforesaid Hosea Camp his heirs and assigns for ever in fee simple the following piece or parcel of Land being part of a tract of land Granted to Doctor William Baker on the twenty eight day of may Seventeen hundred and eighty eight for Eleven hundred and fifty acres & conveye!
d from Said Baker to Said Lyles the fifth day of December Eighteen hundred and three which Said deed With the power of attorney is Recorded amongst the records of Jackson County a Refference thereto will more fully appear Beginning on a pine and Running North forty five degrees West to Huchins ? corner on Cedar Creek on a Sasafras thence down the Meander of Said creek to a white oak corner being the lower corner of James Grace Land at the mouth of a branch thence up the Meanders of Said branch? to James Grace Gum corner thence with a Straight line to the Beginning which Said beginning stands on the South Side of Cedar Creek on Bakers original line and Running from thence to Bakers original pine containing and now Supposed to contain four hundred acres more or less which quantity is mutually agreed on to be guessed at without the necessity of measuring the different lines To have & to hold the aforesaid piece or parcel of land to the aforesaid Hosea Camp his heirs & assigns!
for ever and the said William Lyles by his attorney as aforesaid doth Warrant & for ever defend the aforesaid piece or parcel of Land unto the aforesaid Hosea Camp his heirs and assigns for ever against the claim of him the said William Lyles & his heirs & assigns & against the claim or claims of all & every person or persons whatever will warrant & forever defend by these presents In Witness whereof the said William Lyles by his attorney in fact hath hereunto set his hand & seal the date above the word Sasafras in the fourth line word beginning being first interlined
William Lyles
By his attorney in fact
Geo. N. Lyles (Seal)

(witnesses)
Daniel B. Clowers
Edward (his mark) Wade
Robert Kelly”

JONATHAN GIBBS to ARTEMISIA PARRY NICKELLS, Book F, page 165

“State of Georgia
Jackson County
February the 10th day 1815
To all people to whom this present writing shall come~ I Jonathan Gibbs Seal? of the state & County aforesaid send Greeting
Know ye that the said Jonathan Gibbs of my own free will & accord, for divers, good considerations & by these presents do fully, fairly & absolutely give, grant & confirm unto Artemisia Parry Nickells daughter of David Nickells & Jemimia his wife such of my goods & chattles as is hereafter named in a schedule hereunto annexed (to wit). One Sorrel filley & her increase, one Red Cow & her increase, one Ewe & her increase, One trunk covered with skin one Dairy?, & one feather bed & furniture To have & to hold all & singular the good & chattles mentioned to her & to her lawful heirs for ever without any manner of Challenge or claim of me the said Jonathan Gibbs or any other person or persons whatsoever In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal the day & year above written
Jonathan Gibbs (Seal)

Jeremiah Gibbs
Larkin Sartain?”

JOHN H. SKINNER to BAILEY CHANDLER, Book F, page 171

“This Indenture made & entered into this sixth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & fifteen Between John H. Skinner of the County of Jackson & State of Georgia of the one part & Bailey Chandler of the state & County aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that for & in consideration of the sum of one hundred & forty dollars to the said John H. Skinner in hand paid receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged he hath bargained, sold, conveyed & confirmed unto said Bailey Chandler his heirs & assigns for ever a certain tract of land lying & being in the County & state aforesaid on the waters of the pond fork of the Oconee River Joining Samuel Henderson, Ezekial Green & said Skinner containing forty four Acres & one half Beginning at a Stake on Green’s & Hendersons line thence South 35 E 37 chains to a post Oak thence North 38 E 18 Chains 24 links to Red Oak thence North 73 W 37 Chains to the beginning stake all the above represented tract or parcel of lan!
d I the said John H. Skinner have bargained & Sold to the said Bailey Chandler & do for ever warrant to him his heirs & assigns for ever from all the just claims all person or persons claiming whatsoever & from my self & heirs to the said Chandler his heirs & assigns for ever to their own proper use benefit & behoof in fee simple In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal the year & day first above written
John H. Skinner (seal)

Test
W.H. Bacon
Jos. Landrum J.P.
Recorded the 19th September 1815
Edward Adams Clk”

JOHN FINCH to SALLY FINCH, Book F, page 181

“Georgia
Jackson County
Know all men by these presents that I John Finch of the state & County aforesaid for & in consideration of the good will & affection that I have & bear to my sister Sally Finch of the state & County aforesaid have given & granted & by these presents do give & grant convey & confirm unto the said Sally Finch four feather beds & furniture, two pots & two pairs of pot hooks, one dutch oven & one dozen pewter plates, four pewter Basons, two pewter dishes, one dozen knives & forks, one Chest & trunk, one pine table, two pair Chain traces, one log chain two ploughs two Clenises?, one Ax one Mattock? & two weeding hoes, two smoothing Irons one black horse, four Cows & calves twenty head of hogs, one bull yearling together with all & singular the rights, members & appurtenances to the said property To have & to hold all & singular the above mentioned property unto the said Sally Finch her heirs Executors Administrators to warrant for ever defend all & singular the said property unto!
her the said Sally Finch her heirs & assigns against myself & my heirs & against any person or persons whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof Witness my hand & Seal this eighth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & fifteen & in the thirty ninth year of America’s Independence
John (his mark) Finch Junr.

Signed Sealed & acknowledged
in presence of
Joseph Ellington
William Hewitt”

JOSEPH DAVIS to JAMES ARMOR, Book F, page 207

“Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made this twelfth day of January one thousand eight hundred and Sixteen between James Armor & Joseph Davis both of the state & County aforesaid Witnesseth that the said Joseph Davis for & in consideration of the sum of fourteen dollars thirty eight Cents to him in hand paid by the said James Armor the rect. whereof is hereby acknowledged have bargained & Sold & by these presents do bargain & Sell convey & confirm unto the said James Armor a tract of land containing thirty five Acres situate in the County aforesaid on the Waters of the Walnut fork being part of a tract of land originally granted to William Hay & sold by Wilson McKinney Esq. Sheriff of Jackson County aforesaid & ? off by the said Joseph Davis Beginning on a stake corner thence S 80 E 37, 50 to a pine corner thence S 15 W 10, 65 to a black oak corner thence 75 W 36, 50 to a stake corner thence N 10 E 9 Chains to the beginning. To have & to hold together with all & Singular the rights members,!
? & appurtenances to the same belonging And I do hereby bind myself my heirs, executors, administrators & asigns to warrant & forever defend the legal right & title of the said land unto the said James Armor his heirs & assigns against myself & heirs & against all persons claiming ? William Hay Grantee aforesaid so far as the said Sheriff is bound to me the said Joseph Davis & no further In Witness whereof I hereunto set my hand & Seal the date above written In presence of
Francis Bell
William Armor
John Glenn J.P.

(on right side)
Joseph Davis (Seal)”

RENE & WILLIAM COLE to ANDREW ARMER, Book F, page 241

“State of Georgia
This indenture made this twenty second day of November in the year of our lord Eighteen hundred and fifteen between Rainy and William Cole of the State aforesaid and Wilkes County of the one part and Andrew armer of the Said State and Jackson County of the other part Witnesseth that the said Rainy and William Cole for and in Consideration of the Sum of fifty Dollars to them in hand well and truly paid have Bargained & Sold and do by these presents according to due form of law Bargain Sell allien release convey and confirm unto the said Andrew Armer and his heirs and assigns one certain tract or parcel of land containing by Estimation five hundred Acres be the Same more or less situate lying and Being in the County of Jackson formerly Franklin granted to Wm Cole Senr. Decd. By a grant Dated twenty Second Day of February 1794 and by Said Cole Decd left to the disposal of his two Sons Rainey and William Cole and by them now conveyed to Said Armer Beginning at a Popler corner !
Running NE 70 Chs 50 lks to a R oak Corner SE 70 Chs 50 lks to R oak + and SW 70 Chs 50 lks to R oak and NW 70 Chs 50 lks to the Beginning Bounded SE by Ben ? land NW by Sangs land SW by Coles land and SE by Surveyed? land the land Being Situate on the Walnut fork of the Oconee River in Jackson County Which land together with all and Singular the Rights rents profits & Apertenances of every nature and kind in any manner belonging there unto We Rainey & Wm Cole in behalf of ourselves and our Heirs do covenant & agree the ? & our heirs will Warrant and forever defend the Same to the said Andrew Armer and his Heirs &c to have and to hold the aforesaid tract and premises free from the claim or Claims of our Selves and our Heirs as a clear right of Inheritance to the said Armer and his Heirs for Ever free from the Claim of our Selves and our Heirs and no further In Witness whereof we have hereunto Set our hands and Seals this twenty Second day of November 1815
Signed Sealed and delivered in Presents of
Robert (his mark) Hancock
Benj Cennaf J.P.

(on right side)
William Cole (seal)
Rene Cole (seal)
Recorded the 4th July 1816

Edward Adams Clk”

JOSEPH THOMPSON from JOSEPH THOMPSON JUN., page 245, Book F

“Received from my son Joseph Thompson Jun Seven hundred dollars in full for one hundred & eighteen? acres of land whereon I now live, two mares to Coult, one Yoke of Oxen – eight head of Cattle, ? head of Hogs & all my beds & furniture likewise all my household & kitchen furniture to be his after my death likewise all the property that I may acquire from this time to the day of my death received? the above sum in full for the above described property this 26th day of December 1810
Joseph Thompson

Test
Jacob Cole
James Bell”

WILLIAM KITCHENS to THOMAS FREEMAN, Book F, page 270

“Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made this twelfth day of January eighteen hundred & thirteen between William Kitchens of the County & State aforesaid of the one part & Thomas Freeman of the County of Oglethorpe & State aforesaid Witnesseth that the said William Kitchens for & in consideration of the sum of one hundred and thirty dollars the receipt is hereby acknowledged hath bargained sold & delivered unto the said Thomas Freeman all tract or parcel of land lying & being in the County aforesaid ? the Mulberry fork & containing fifty Acres be the same more or less beginning on a Dogwood corner on the said River thence up the Meanders of said River to a ? corner thence near a north course along a cross fence to Hodges line thence near an East course to the beginning corner To have & to hold the said tract of land with all the rights & privileges thereunto belonging to him the said Thomas Freeman his heirs & assigns forever & the said William Kitchens against himself his heirs & against eve!
ry other person or persons whatsoever & the said tract or parcel of land & premises aforesaid unto the said Thomas Freeman his heirs & assigns doth for ever warrant & defend by these presents In Testimony whereof he the said William Kitchens hath hereunto set his hand & Seal the day & year first above written
Wm Kitchens (Seal)

Signed Sealed & delivered in the presence of
John Bevers
Thos Kitchens
This Watson J.P.

Recorded the 25th Nov 1816”

JOSEPH WILSON to ELLIOT & WILLIAM HODGE, Book F, page 271

“Know all men by these presents that I Joseph Wilson of the state of Georgia & County of Jackson have this day for & in consideration of five hundred dollars to me in hand paid by Elliot & William Hodge the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge hath this day bargained sold & delivered & by these presents do bargain sell & deliver unto them the said Elliot & William Hodge of the state aforesaid & County of Jackson their heirs Executors & administrators all that tract or parcel of land lying & being in the County of Jackson on the waters of beach creek containing by survey two hundred Acres butting & bounding as follows. Joining Watson ? beginning at a stake thence South twelve East to a pine corner twenty nine chains & ninety two links thence North seventy five East nine Chains & fifty links to a pine corner thence South twelve East?? thirteen Chains twenty five links to a hickory corner thence South forty five west to a post oak corner forty one chains & twenty five links!
thence North forty five west to a pine corner thirty three chains thence North twenty three East? to a post Oak thirty eight chains & eighty five links thence East thirteen chains & fifty links to a post oak corner thence north twelve west twenty chains to a stake thence South Eighty three East to the beginning corner To have & to hold the said tract of two hundred acres of land be the same more or less & the said Joseph Wilson for himself his heirs executors & administrators do warrant & defend the same unto them the said Elliot & William Hodge their heirs executors & administrators against the claim of any person Whatsoever In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal this twenty eighth day of September in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and fifteen
Joseph Wilson (Seal)
Test
B?? Wilson
Samuel Wilson
Jos. Landrum J.P.
Recorded this 25th day of Nov 1816
Edward Adams Clk”

ELEAZER LOVEJOY to JOSEPH GROVES, Book F, page 284

” This Indenture made this twenty second day of March in the year eighteen hundred & eleven between Eleazer Lovejoy of the one part & Joseph Groves of the other part Witnesseth that the sd. Eleazer Lovejoy for & in consideration of the sum of six hundred dollars paid to him in hand by the Joseph Groves the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged that I have this day bargained sold & confirmed unto the sd. Joseph Groves & do by these presents bargain sell & confirm two hundred Acres of land be the same more or less it being part of a tract granted to Thomas Johnston Joining Collins’s land beginning on a pine ? N 45 W to a poplar station on Stokes’s line thence S 45 W to a stake thence S 45 E to a Black oak thence N 45 E to the beginning pine corner To have & to hold the sd. tract or parcel of land & all & singular the premises & appurtenances or anything thereunto belonging or appertaining unto the sd. Joseph Groves his heirs & assigns forever & I the sd. Eleazer Lovejoy do !
warrant & forever defend the sd. land from all & every person or persons whatsoever unto the sd. Joseph Groves his heirs & assigns forever As witness my hand & Seal this day & date above written
Eleazer (his mark) Lovejoy (Seal)
Mary (her mark) Lovejoy (Seal)

Signed Sealed & delivered in presence of
Wm. Henley
Benjamin (his mark) Camp”

JAMES WILSON & RITTER WILSON his Wife (or Riller – the t’s are crossed in this name only once, but the transcriber does not cross most of his t’s – therefore it is probably Ritter) to JOHN YOUNG, Book F, page 332?

“Georgia
Clarke County
This Indenture made the tenth day of April in year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & thirteen & in the thirty sixth year of the Independence of America between Jas. Wilson & Ritter Wilson his Wife of the County & state of afd. of the one part & John Young of the County of Jackson & state Afd. of the other part Witnesseth that the said Jas. Wilson & Ritter? his wife for & in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars to them in hand paid by said John Young the rect. whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained granted sold & delivered & by these presents doth gargain grant, sell & deliver to said John Young & to his heirs & assigns all that tract or parcel of land in? Georgia in the County of Jackson contg. amilt? one hundred Acres more or less it being a part of a large Survey Originally granted to John Cobbs bounded as follows Viz Beginning on a post oak runing North forty five degrees W 31 C & 62 L to a post Oak corner then North forty five East E 31 C & 62 L!
to P. Oak then S 45 E 31 C & 62 L to a post Oake then to the beginning post Oak on a Creek Together with all & singular the rights, titles, Interest, property or Claim of said tract of land or in any wise appurtaining there unto & the said Jas. Wilson & Ritter? Wilson his wife shall & will warrant & for ever defend the afd. tract of land & premises unto the said Jno. Young & to his heirs & assigns against the claim of themselves or their heirs & assigns or the claim or claims of any other person or persons whatsoever unto the said Jno. Young his heirs & assigns for ever in fee simple In Witness whereof the said James Wilson & Ritter? his wife hath hereunto set their hands & seals the day & year first above written

James Wilson (seal)
Ritter? (her mark) Wilson (seal)

Sealed & delivered in the presence
of Wm Harvie
A. Bonner J.P.
Interlined before signed “Recd. of John Young the within mentioned sum one hundred dollars recd by me
James Wilson this 10th day of April 1813
James Wilson
A Bonner J.P.”

JAMES SISSON to WILLIAM R. ANDERSON, Book F, page 338

“This Indenture made this twenty fifth day of March Eighteen hundred & seventeen between James Sisson of the County of Jackson & State of Georgia of the one part and William R. Anderson of County and State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said James Sisson for and in Consideration of the sum of six hundred Dollars to him paid at or before the sealing and delivering of these presents haith bargained and sold and by these presents doth bargin and sell unto the said William R. Anderson two hundred and thirty Eight acres of Land be the same more or Less Beginning at an Elm Corner thence to a hickory corner thence to a pine Corner thence to a post oak Corner thence to a Red Oak or Stake Corner thence to a post oak Corner thence to the Beginning Corner Joining John Millars land that ? Sold to Shotwell on the last? and Joining Akins on the north of the same on the West by John Justice Land including the plantation whereon the said anderson now Lives being part of a !
tract of Land originally granted to Doctor James Lawder to have and to hold the said tract of land in fee simple and the said James Sisson does Warrant and for Ever defend the said tract of Land from the Claim or Claims of all persons or person what Ever in Witness Whereof the said James Sisson has set his hand and Seal the Date first above written
James Sisson (seal)
in the presence of
Asa? A. Turner
Wm Corrigan J.P.

Recorded the 4th day of July 1817
Edward Adams Clk”

JAMES TAIT to DAVID BORING, Book F, page 346

“This indenture made this twenty second february in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & seventeen between James Tait of the State of Georgia & County of Jackson of the one part & David Boring of the aforesaid state of Georgia & county of Jackson of the other part Witnesseth that the said James Tait for & in consideration of the sum of two thousand dollars to him in hand paid by the said David Boring the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted, bargained, sold & delivered & doth? by these presents grant, bargain, sell & deliver unto the said David Boring his heirs & assigns all that tract or parcel of land situate lying & being in the aforesaid state & county on the waters of the middle fork of the Oconee containing three hundred four Acres Beginning at an ash corner & runing N 21 W 28 chains to a hickory corner thence S ?? (smeared) W 5 chains to a post oak corner thence N 52 W 27 chains to a Gum corner thence S 87 W 26 chains to a pine corner thence S 20 E 1!
1 chains to a post oak corner thence S 15 W 25 chains 50 links to a red oak corner thence S 5 E 11 chains & 75 links to a red oak corner thence S 70 E 42 chains & 50 links to a pine corner thence S 20 E 15 chains to a pine corner thence N 30 E 29 chains & 50 links to a Maple corner on a certain branch, thence down the various courses of said branch to the beginning ash corner Together with all & singular the rights members & appurtenances thereof thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining thereto To have & to hold the said tract of land premises & appurtenances thereunto belonging as aforesaid & every part thereof unto the said David Boring his heirs & assigns to the only use benefit & behoof of said David Boring his heirs, executors, administrators & assigns for ever in fee simple & the said James Tait for & against himself his heirs executors administrators or assigns & all & every other person or persons whatever will warrant & for ever defend sd. tract of land unt!
o the aforesaid David Boring his heirs executors administrators & assigns In Witness whereof the said James Tait hath hereunto set his hand & affixed his seal the day & year first above written
James Tait (seal)
Sarah (her mark) Tait (seal)

Signed sealed & delivered
in the presence of us
B. Mays J.P. (or I.P.?)
E. Shaw J.P.
Merrel (his mark) Chandler
Recorded the 11th day of September 1817
Edward Adams Clk”

AARON SPRINGFIELD to RICHARD HEATH, Book F, page 356

“Georgia: This Indenture made this ____ day of ____ in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & fifteen between Aaron Springfield of State aforesaid & County of Jackson on the one part & Richard Heath of the state & County aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Aaron for & in consideration of the sum of four hundred & twenty dollars to him in hand paid by the said Richard the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted & sold & by these presents doth grant bargain sell release & confirm to the said Richard his heirs & assigns all that tract or parcel of land situate lying & being in the state & County aforesaid on the Walnut fork of Oconee & including the plantation whereon the said Richard now lives containing two hundred & one acres being part of a tract of four hundred acres originally granted to James King & beginning on a red Oak thence runing north 60 East sixty seven chains to a chestnut & thence North 30 West 30 Chains to a red oak & thence S 60!
West 67 to a stake thence to the beginning To have & to hold & the said Aaron for himself his heirs & assigns the said premises aforesaid & every part thereof to the said Richard his heirs & assigns against him the said Aaron his heirs & assigns & all & every other person or persons whatever claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof shall & will for ever warrant & defend In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal the day & date above written
In presence of
James Montgomery
H. Montgomery IJC

(on right side)
Aaron Springfield (Seal)

Recorded the 16th day of September 1817
Edward Adams Clk”

JOHN LOVEJOY to GEORGE HUMPHRIES, Book F, page 379

“Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made this twenty first day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & Sixteen between John Lovejoy of the state & County afore’d. of the one part & George Humphries of the same state & County of the other part Witnesseth that the sd.? Lovejoy hath this day bargained sold & confirmed unto the said Humphries a certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred & fifty acres be the same more or less for the sum of one hundred dollars to him in hand paid the receipt is hereby acknowledged that I have bargained sold & confirmed unto the sd. Humphries his heirs executors & asigns all that tract or parcel of land afore’d. adjoining the sd. Humphries land Beginning on a post oak corner of the sd. Humphries’ land thence runing South ?5 E 34 Chains to a post oak corner thence South 45 W to a stake corner on Cobbs old line thence N 45 W to a red oak corner thence N 45 East to the beginning it being a part of a four thousand twenty five acre sur!
vey granted to Horatio Marbury Together with all & Singular the rights premises? & appurtenances or anything belonging thereto or in any wise thereto appertaining or belonging to the sd. Humphries his heirs & asigns forever I the sd. Lovejoy will warrant & forever defend the said tract of land from all & every other person or persons claiming the same or any part thereof unto the said Humphries his heirs & assigns forever I bind myself my heirs & assigns executors & assigns forever Whereunto I have set my hand & affixed my seal the day & date above written In the presence of
Test
John Hill
James Coker

(on right side) John Lovejoy (Seal)”

DUNCAN G. CAMPBELL, atty. in fact for SALLY GRIFFIN, executrix of JOHN GRIFFIN to THOMAS EWING, Book F, page 415

“Georgia This Indenture made this twenty fifth day of March in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred & eighteen between Duncan G. Campbell attorney in fact for Sally Griffin Executrix of John Griffin late of Wilks County deceased of the one & Thomas Ewing of the County of Jackson & both of the state aforesaid Witnesseth that the said Sally by her Attorney aforesaid for & in consideration of the sum of one hundred & forty dollars to her in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted & Sold to the said Thomas all that tract or parcel of land situate lying & being in the County of Jackson on the waters of Curries Creek Beginning on a pine the S East corner of an Eleven? hundred & fifty acre survey Originally surveyed for & Granted to John Gorham of which this survey is a part, thence north 20 deg west seventy nine chains fifty links to a pine thence S 70 West thirty one chains to a post oak then South 31 Ch 21 links to a stake thence North 60 degrees E !
10 ch to a stake thence S 30 E 10 Ch to a stake thence S 60 West ten chains to a stake, thence S 60 West 10 ch to a stake thence S 31 E 51 Ch to a post oak thence to beginning containing by estimation one hundred & eighty nine Acres be the same more or less To have & to hold & the said Sally Execurix as aforesaid by her Attorney aforesaid the premises aforesaid & every part thereof to the said Ewing his heirs & assigns against her the said Sally her heirs & assigns & all & every other person or persons whatsoever claiming or to claim the ? or any part thereof under or by virtue of the right of title of the said John Griffin or the said John Gorham shall & will forever defend, but it is further understood & agreed that if the Land aforesaid is lost by any other right or title than that of the said John Gorham then & in that case the said Sally is only to refund & pay back the above one hundred & forty dollars with Interest
In testimony whereof the said Sally by her Attorney aforesaid has hereunto set her hand & Seal the day & date above In presence of
Test
A.J. Clayton
H. Montgomery J.J.C.

(to right side)
Duncan G. Campbell
attorney in fact for Sally Griffin
Executrix of Jno. Griffin”

GEORGE W. MOORE to JAMES MONTGOMERY, Book H, page 81

” This Indenture this 2d day of September Eighteen hundred and twenty three between George W. Moore of the County of Clark and state aforesaid of the one part and James Montgomery of the County of Jackson and state aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said George for and in consideration of the sum of Eight hundred dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath Granted and sold to the said James all that tract or parcel of land containing two hundred and twenty seven acres being a part of five thousand acres originally granted to Count DEstang beginning on a white oak on the East side of the north fork of the oconee river & running thence S78W39 chs to a pine thence S60W 34 C 60 links to a pine thence S 25 E 12 C 31 L  to a stake on the Creek thence down the meanders of said Creek to an ash thence S5 W 5 C to a P.O. thence S 43 W 9 C 50 L to a willow thence S 10 E 25 C 50 L to a hickory thence N 71? E 38 C by 50 S to an ash on a branch!
thence down the meanders of said branch to the bank thence down said Creek to the river thence to the beginning white Oak to have and to hold the said George the premises aforesaid and every part thereof to the said James his heirs & assigns & against all and every other person or persons shall and will forever warrant and Defend  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and date first above written
Signed Sealed & delivered
in presence of
A.A. McLaurin
H. Montgomery JJC

Geo. W. Moore (LS)
Recorded 3d day of August 1823
Edward Adams, clk”

NATHANIEL C. JARRETT & administrator of HOWEL JARRETT to DAVID H. MCCLESKEY, Book H, page 199

“This Indenture made & entered into this 21st day of January eighteen hundred & twenty five between Nathaniel C. Jarrett & administrator of Howel Jarrett and of the one part & David H. McCleskey of the other part Witnesseth that for & in consideration of the sum of fifty dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained & sold & do by these presents bargain & sell unto the said David H. McCleskey his heirs & assigns &c all that tract or parcel of land situate lying & being in the County afoesaid on the waters of little marys? creek containing one hundred & fifty seven & half acres be the same more or less being part of an original survey granted to Howel Jarrett deceased to have & to hold the aforesaid tract or parcel of land with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging to his own proper use benefit & behoof forever & I the said Nathaniel C. Jarrett Administrator as aforesaid will warrant & forever defend the right & title of the premise!
s aforesaid unto the said David H. McCleskey his heirs & assigns forever from me my heirs & assigns & from all & every other person or persons whatever as far as the right is in me ? as Administrator aforesaid Given under my hand & seal the day & date above written signed sealed & delivered in
presence of
T.C. Depriest
George Shaw J.J.C.

Nath’l. C. Jarrett Admir. (LS)

Recorded the 22nd day of January 1825
Edward Adams Clk

 

ADAM WILLIAMSON to MARY ELIZABETH PATMAN & WILLIAM PROSSER PATMAN, Book O, Aug. 11th 1851

“Know all men by these presents that I Adam Williamson of the County & State aforesaid for & in consideration of the natural love & affection which I have & bear unto my Grandchildren Mary Elizabeth Patman & William Prosser Patman & in consideration of the settlement of an action of Tr? now pending in the Superior Court of said County at the instance of Willis Patman & the sum? of five Dollars have given granted conveyed & by these presents do give grant & convey unto Charles L. Simmons of Hall County & said state in Trust for the use & benefit of the said grand children – the following Negroes Ara? a woman & her children Albatim Collender Oliver Taylor & an infant named Evaline together with their future increase, the said property to be divided when the oldest child Mary E. comes of age or marries the said Adam Williamson & Willis Patman to have no controll over the said property except by mutual consent witness my hand & seal this 30th August 1851 witness & delivered
James Jackson J.G.C.W.C.

Adam Williamson (seal)

Recorded the 3rd September 1851
P.F. Hinton Clerk”

JOHN VENABLE, JOHN M. VENABLE, D.R. LYLE, BURNUM? S. CAMP, and BURK CAMP trustees for the ? Church Methodist Episcopal Church South to JOHN VENABLE, Book O

“State of Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made and entered into this day of October the year of our Lord one Thousand eight Hundred and fifty six between John Venable John M. Venable D.R. Lyle Burnum? Camp, and Burk Camp Trustees for the ? Church Methodist Episcopal Church South of the one part and John Venable of the other part Witnesseth that we the said trustees of the County and State aforesaid for and in consideration of the sum of Fifteen dollars to us in hand paid at and before the signing sealing and delivery of these presents have granted bargained and sold and by these presents do grant bargain sell and convey unto the said John Venable of the County and State aforesaid, a small piece of Land Containing three acres and two? tenths situate lying and being in the County and state afforesaid and known as the old Center Church place Together with all and singular the rites members hereditements and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise Incident To hold unto the said John Venable foreve!
r and we do hereby bind ourselves our heirs Executors and Administrators to warrant and forever defend the said bargained piece of land from any claim of any person claiming the same or any part thereof  In Witness Whereof we have hereunto set our hands and affixed our seals the day and year above written, signed sealed and delivered in presence of
E.W. Nash
Robert Moon J.P.

(on right side)
D.R. Lyle (seal)
B.S. Camp (seal)
Burk Camp (seal)

Recorded this 2nd March 1857
P.F. Hinton, Clerk”

IRA JARRETT – JOHN ANGLIN, Book O, page 39

“State of Georgia
County of Jackson

This indenture made this 22nd of January in the year of our Lord One Thousand eight Hundred & fifty Two between Ira Jarrett of the one part and John Anglin of the other part both of Same County and State aforesaid, witnesseth that the said Ira Jarrett for and in consideration of the Sum of Fifty Dollars to him in hand paid as and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained sold and conveyed and doth by these presents grant bargain sell & convey unto the said John Anglin his heirs & assigns all the Tract or parcel Land situate lying & being in the county aforesaid on the waters of North Oconee river bounded as follows Beginning at Pine Corner thence N.W. to pine Corner thence S.W. to sasafras Stake corner thence S.E. to poplar corner N.E. to the beginning corner adjoining Lands of Williamson & Davis & others Containing Twenty Acres more or less – To have & to hold said Tract or parcel of Land unto him the!
said John Anglin his heirs & assigns together with all and singular the rights members and appurtenances thereof to the Same in any manner belonging to his and their own proper use & benefit & behoof, forever in fee simple, – And the said Ira Jarrett for himself, his heirs executors & administrator the said bargained premises unto the said John Anglin his heirs and assigns will warrant and forever defend the right and Title thereof, against themselves against the claim of all other persons Whatever.  In Witness Whereof the said Ira Jarrett hath hereunto Set his hand and affixed his seal the day & year above written signed sealed and delivered in presence of S.B. Pittman
P.F. Hinton, Clk

Ira (his mark) Jarrett (seal)

Recorded the 28th day of January 1852
P.F. Hinton, Clk.”

HARDAY HOWARD to CORNELIUS M. SHOCKLEY, Book O, page 42

“State of Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture this Twentieth day of December in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & fifty one, Between Harday Howard of the county & state aforesaid of the one part and Cornelius M. Shockley of the same place of the Other part Witnesseth that the said Harday Howard for and in Consideration of the sum of Ten Dollars to him in hand paid at & before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt Whereof is hereby Acknowledged hath granted bargained & sold & conveyed & doth by these presents grant bargain sell and Convey unto the said Cornelius M. Shockley his heirs and assigns all that Tract or parcel of Land situate lying and being in the county aforesaid Containing Two and eight Tenth Acres by measurement adjoining Lands of said Howard & Shockley.  Butting & bounding as follows: Beginning At a stake thence S 7?W 19 Chains & 50 links to a Red Oak bush thence N 62 East 11 Chains and 70 links to a pine thence due East to the Beginning – To have and to hold said tract or parcel of land unto him the said Cornelius M. Shockley his heirs & assigns together with all and singular the rights members & appurtenances thereof to the same in any manner belonging to his & their own proper use benefit and behoof forever in fee simple and siad Harday Howard for himself his heirs executors and administrators the said bargained premises unto the said Cornelius M. Shockley his heirs & assigns will warrant and forever defend the right and Title thereof against themselves and against the claim of all other persons whatever!  In Witness whereof ? in Harday Howard hath hereunto set his name and affixed his seal the day & year above written signed sealed and delivered in
presence of
William S. Shockley
N.H. Pendergrass JP
Harday (his mark) Howard (Seal)

Recorded the 28th day of January 1852
P.F. Hinton, Clerk”

ROBERT MOON to JOHN A.M. CREYNSHAW, Book O, page 53

“Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made this 24th day of January in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and fifty two Between Robert Moon of the One part and John A.M. Crenshaw of the Other both of the county and state aforesaid Witnesseth that the sd. Robert Moon for & in consideration of the sum of Two hundred & Twenty five dollars the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained sold and conveyed and doth by these presents bargain sell & convey to the sd John A.M. Creynshaw, his heirs & assigns the following parcel of Land situate lying & being in the county aforesaid & on the waters of Buck Creek beginning on a Stake runing S. 50 W. 38 Chs to a pine Corner thence S.E. to a post Oak 35 Chs. Thence N.E. 10 chs. to said Original line to a red Oak Corner thence S. 45 E. 32 Chs to a pine Corner Thence 50 W. 39 Chs. to the Beginning Containing One hundred & fifty nine & a half Acres be the same more or less.  It being a tract of Land originally Granted to Micajah Anthony & Ho!
ratio Marbury together with all and singular the rights members & appurtenances as thereof belonging or in anywise appurtaining to have and to hold the sd tract or parcel of Land & premises to the sd Creynshaw his heirs & assigns doth warrant & forever defend by these presents in fee simple, In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal the day & year above written
Robert Moon
signed sealed in presence of
I.L. Blalock
John G. House

Recorded the 1st day of March 1852
P.F. Hinton Clerk”

ABNER SAILORS to LINTON C. DUNSON, Book O, page 55

“Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made this eighth day of December One Thousand eight Hundred and fifty one between Abner Sailors of the State and County aforesaid of the one part and Linton C. Dunson of the other part.  Witnesseth that the said Abner Sailors for and in consideration of one hundred and twenty four Dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained and sold and doth by these presents grant bargain and sell unto the said Linton C. Dunson his heirs and assigns all that part or Tract of Land lying and being in said County on the waters of Sandy Creek It being a part of the Tract of Land originally granted to Wallis, Containing Thirty Two and One half Acres be the same more or less, butting and Bounding as follows begining at a line Chestnut Corner runing Eastward by Dixon 38 Road to a Rock Corner thence a Straight line to the Hollow Branch thence down the Meanders of said Branch 90 Rods to a stone Corner thence Northwardly direction throu!
gh the old fild 64 Rods to a Dogwood Corner, on a line of a Nine Acre piece sold by ? Wilson to William Dunson, thence runing the line of ? Acre Tract of to the old Dunson line thence along said line to the begining Chestnut the whole line 143 Rods Together with all and singular the rights members and appertenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining to have and to hold unto the said Linton C. Dunson his heirs assigns forever in fee simple and the said Abner Sailors against himself and every his heirs and every other person or persons doth forever Warrant and defend by these presents  In testimony whereof he the said Abner Sailors hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day & year first above written
signed sealed and delivered in presence of
C.D. Riders
M.A. Brooks
Christopher ?, J.P.

(on right side)
Abner Sailors (seal)”

JAMES C. THURMOND – JANE B. EXES, Book O, page 164

“Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made and entered into this seventeen day of November in the year of Our Lord eighteen hundred and forty nine between James C. Thurmond of said State and County of the one part and Jane B. Exes of the same place of the Other part.  Witnesseth that the said James C. Thurmond for and in consideration of the sum of Fifty Dollars cash in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath and doth by these presents ? release and forever quit claim to all that part of his distribution part of my Mother’s Dower lying and being in Jackson County on the waters of the Mulberry Water’s with all the rights members and Appurtenances to the said his part of his Mother’s Dower in anywise appurtaining or belonging to the said James C. Thurmond his heirs and assigns, To have and to hold the said so that neither I the said James C. Thurmond, nor my heirs nor any person or persons claim under now or thence shall at any time hereafter by any way or means have claim or demand any right or title to the aforesaid premises or its appurtainances or any part thereof, In testimony Whereof, the said James C. Thurmond, hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year first above written
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
W.R. Randolph
A DeLaperriere

(on right side)
J.C. Thurmond (seal)

Recorded this 2nd February 1833
P.F. Hinton Clerk

THOMAS J. THURMOND – JANE B. EXES, Book O, page 164

“Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made and entered into this the 9th of January in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight hundred and fifty one Thomas J. Thurmond of the said state and County of the one part and Jane B. Exes of the same place of the other part, Witnesseth that the said Thomas J. Thurmond for and in consideration of the sum of fifty dollars in cash in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath sold and granted by these presents & conveyed the right and Title vested in her and my dower and defend forever all my Interest against any claim that may come have after all the distribution part of my Mothers Dower lying and being in Jackson County on the waters of Mulberry River with all the rights members and appurtenances to the said Dower in anywise appurtaining or belonging to the said Thomas J. Thurmond his heirs and assigns to have and to hold against all claims by ? or ? or demand ? right or title to the aforesaid premises or  appurtenances or any member therein?!
belonging, In testimony Whereof the said Thomas J. Thurmond hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal this day and year above written signed sealed and delivered in presence of
J.C. Thurmond
Lewis Rives?
J.L. Blalock
Robert Moon J.P.

(on right side)
Thos. J. Thurmond (seal)
I.L. Thurmond (mark) Trustee for
Thomas J. Thurmond

Recorded 2nd February 1853
P.F. Hinton Clk.”

HUNTER, JOHN C. & HUNTER, MARY ANN, Book O, page 745

“Georgia
Jackson County
Know all men by these presents that we John C. Hunter & Mary Ann his wife formerly Mary Ann Osborn both of the County & State aforesaid for divers good causes & considerations as hereunto moving have nominated Constituted appointed & by these presents do ordain constitute & appoint Dilmus N. Lyle & Samuel G. Hunter both of the County & State aforesaid our true & lawful attornies in fact for us and in our name to ask for sue & demand the remainder of our seventh part of the estate of John Osborn late deceased of said County it being the portion to which we the said John C. & Mary Ann are entitled in the said Estate from Priscilla Osborn Admx. & Benjamin Maning Admr. of said Estate and to further empower an attornies in fact as aforesaid to give full final receipts for such Share or amount while they may to receive or collect & to as fully ratify & confirm all lawful acts by them done in the premises or in & about said business in any way as if we were personally present at th!
e doing thereof and it was done by us, In witness whereof we have hereto set our hands & seals this the 12th day of May 1848
Signed Sealed & delivered in presence of
Peter E. McMillan
John Y. House J.P.

John C. Hunter (seal)
Mary Ann Hunter (seal)

Recorded this ? March 1858
P.F. Hinton, Clerk”

WILSON, MICHAEL, Book O

“State of Georgia
Jackson County
Know all men by these presents that I Michael Wilson of said State and County for divers good causes and Considerations me hereunto moving have made ordained & appointed and by these presents do make, ordain and appoint John S. Wilson of the Same County and State aforesaid my true and lawful Attorney for me and in my name and for my own proper use and benefit to be ? whatever amount may be due from the pension Office that is due me from my Fathers service as a revolutionary a soldier of William Wilson deceased and that may be due me and Receive from my Agent At Washington City D.C. and receipt for the same from my Agent or agents all monies which may be due from the Pension Office as a revolutionary soldier, And to have use and take all lawful ways and means in my name or otherwise that may be found necessary or proper in the execution of this Power of Attorney, To do all lawful Acts & things or could do were I personally present as fully in every respect as I myself might or!
could do were I personally present at the doing thereof, Ratifying and confirming & by these presents allowing Whatsoever my said Attorney Shall in my name Lawfully do or cause to be done in & about the promises by virtue of these presents  In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my this 6th August 1853 Signed Sealed and delivered in presence
Isaiah W. Wilson
Hosea A. Bennett J.P.

Michael Wilson (seal)

Recorded the 31st August 1853
P.F. Hinton Clk.”

SHOCKLEY, CORNELIUS (admr. JOHN T. GOODMAN) – SHOCKLEY, WILLIAM S., Book O

“State of Georgia
Jackson County
This indenture made this first day of April in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and fifty One between Cornelius M. Shockley of the state and County aforesaid duly Constituted administrator of the estate of John T. Goodman late of said State and County deceased of the one part and William S. Shockley of the same place of the other part.  Wtnesseth that ? by virtue of an order granted by the honorable Inferior Court of said County ? sitting for ordinary purposes previous of Application having been given agreeably to the Statute in such case made and provided on the first Monday in May 1849 to said Cornelius M. Shockley administrator as aforesaid to sell a Tract of Land belonging to the estate of said deceased situate lying & being in the County aforesaid.  On middle Oconee River Containing Three hundred and seventy eight acres more or less, butting and bounding as follows  Beginning at a poplar on the River Thence 122 W.82 chains & fifty links to a W. Oak thence S.74? E. !
3 chains & 30 links to a R.? Oak thence 52 W.8 chains & 50 links to a stake thence N.70 W. 1 chain to a Hickory Thence S.54 W. 12 chains to a Hickory thence S.36? E 16 chains & 50 links to a B. guin? on the branch thence down the branch S 60 W. 7 chains to an Oak on the Creek thence up the meanders of Buffalow Creek to a Persimmon thence N.16 E. 27 chains 40 links to a stake thence N. 74 E. 32 chains 50 links to a stake thence E 44 chains to an Iron wood on the River thence down the Meanders of the River to the Beginning Poplar with the rights members and appurtenances thereto belonging, after the said Tract of Land was duly advertised in conformity to law the same was put up and exposed to sale subject to the widow’s dower to the highest bidder at the door of the Court House at Jefferson in said County within the legal hours of sale on the first Tuesday in May last past by said Cornelius M. Shockley administrator as aforesaid Then said Tract of Land was Knocked off to said !
William S. Shockley at the price or sum of Three hundred Dollars he being the highest and best bidder.  Now for and in consideration of the said sum of Three hundred Dollars cash in hand paid to said Cornelius M. Shockley administrator as aforesaid by him the said William S. Shockley at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged said Cornelius M. Shockley administrator as aforesaid hath granted bargained & sold & by these presents doth grant bargain & sell unto the William S. Shockley his heirs executors administrators and assigns the said Tract of Land with all the rights members & appurtenances thereto belonging or in any wise appertaining unto him said William S. Shockley his heirs executors administrators & assigns to his & their own proper use benefit & behoof forever in fee simple.  In Witness whereof said Cornelius M. Shockley administrator as aforesaidhath hereunto set his hand & affixed his seal the day & year ab!
ove written signed sealed and delivered in presence of
Green R. Duke?
N.H. Pendergrass J.P.

Cornelius M. Shockley: Adm. (seal)
of John L. Goodman decd.”

JOHN S. HUNTER & JOSEPH D. CHANDLER, admrs. of estate of JAMES A. CHANDLER to P.F. HINTON, Book O

“State of Georgia
Jackson County
This Indenture made this 21st May in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight hundred and fifty eight between John S. Hunter and Joseph D. Chandler Administrators upon the Estate of James A. Chandler deceased of the one part and P. F. Hinton of the other part all of the same county and state aforesaid   Witnesseth that whereas by virtue of an order granted by the Honorable Court of ordinary of said County while sitting for ordinary purposes previous Notice of Application having been given in Southern Banner agreeably to the statute in such case made and provided on the first Monday in December 1857 to said John S. Hunter & Joseph D. Chandler Administrators aforesaid to sell one Ninth part undivided Interest in Eighty four Acres more or less situated lying in said County on the waters of Crooked Creek known & distinguished as Mary Chandler Dower in said Tract of Land with the rights members & appurtenances thereto belonging after the said tract of Land was duly advertised in c!
onformity to law the same was put up and exposed to sale in to the highest bidder at the door of the Courthouse at Jefferson in said county within the legal hours of sale on the first Tuesday in May just past it being ? just by said John S. Hunter & Joseph D. Chandler Adms as aforesaid when said Interest as aforesaid of Land was Knocked off to said P.F. Hinton at the price or sum of fifteen dollars and five Cents he being the highest and best bidder nowfor & in consideration of the said sum of fifteen dollars and five cents cash in hand paid by said P.F. Hinton at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged said John S. & Joseph D. Adms &c as aforesaid hath granted bargained and sold and by these doth grant bargain & sell unto the said P.F. Hinton his heirs, Executors, Adms &c the said one Ninth part in said Tract of Land as aforesaid and with all the rights members & appurtenances thereto belonging or in any wise appurta!
ining unto him said P.F. Hinton his heirs Executors Administrators and assigns to his & their own proper use benefit and behoof forever in fee simple  In witness whereof said John S, Hunter and Joseph D. Chandler Admrs to as aforesaid hath hereunto set their hand and affixed their seal the day and year above written signed sealed and delivered in presence of
H.M. Hodge
John G. Pittman ord

(on right side)
John S. Hunter (seal)
J.D. Chandler (seal)

Recorded 19th May 1858
P.F. Hinton Clerk”

 

M. A. PATMAN TO WM. FULCHER, Book P, p. 60
Indenture made 17 Mar 1858
M. A. Patman sells to Wm. Fulcher, for $256, 200 acres on the Mulberry Fork of the Oconee River, originally belonged to Lawrence House,
adj. Fulcher & Johnson on the east side, west adj. Collins
beginning at a white oak corner on the old Milledgeviile Road
with the meanders of sd road to an oak at Collins fence
with sd fence to [–?–] [–?–] corner near the ford of the [–?–] to an ash corner on the bend of the [–?–] down the meanders of sd River to Fulcher’s corner
thence a straight line to the beginning
signed M. A. Patman
witnesses – William L. H[–?–], John G. House, J.P.
recorded 8 Dec 1858

WILLIAM PATMAN TO MARSHAL A. PATMAN, Book P, p. 191
Indenture made 2 Feb 1855
William Patman of Clark[sic] County sells to Marshal A. Patman of Jackson County, for $950, 200 acres on the Mulbery fork of the Alcovy River
originally belonging to Lawrence House adjacent to Austin Hatcher[?], John Hinton[?], and others
Beginning on sd. river at the mouth of a ditch known as the ditch between Augustus C. Patman and the sd.[–?–],
up the meanders of sd. ditch to the fork of sd. ditch
thence up the east fork of sd. ditch to the road leading from A. C. Patman to Dr. G[–?–] thence following sd road till it strikes the Milledgeville Road
thence following sd road to the back[?] line of the sd. original tract adj. Johnson & Fulcher[known as the Glen apple orchard? entire phrase is doubtful] thence N52E along Fulcher’s line to the river
up the meanders of sd river to the beginning mouth of the ditch
signed William Patman
witnesses – William A. Patman, W. H. Dorsey (notary public)

WILLIAM PATMAN to M. A. PATMAN, Book P, p. 192
Indenture made 2 Feb 1853
William Patman of Clark[sic] County sells to M. A. Patman of Jackson County [an unspecified number of] acres on the waters of the Mulbery prong[?] of the Alcovy; beginning at the river on a [–?–] south 75 chains to an ash corner; down the meanders of the branch to an oak [–?–] corner, along [–?–] to the mouth of the Parker branch thence up the meanders of sd. River to the beginning
signed William Patman
witnesses: William A. Patman, Wm. H. Dorsey (notary public)
recorded 3 Aug 1859

JAMES E. WILLS & LEANDER T. WILLS (executors of THOMAS WILLS) to WILLIAM SHIELDS, Book P, p. 454
Indenture made 2 Dec 1857
for $500, [–?–]acres on the waters of Bear Creek, part of that land deeded by W. N. Lay and G. W. Smith as admrs of the late Stephen Arnold to the late Thomas Wills excepting that part lately claimed by Leander T. Wills & conveyed by him to M. Daniel containing 200 acres lying southwardly of M. Daniel’s land & adjoining him, Booth & others. For a more particular description meets & bounds reference may be had to the dead from the admrs of Stephen Arnold to Thomas Wills

JOEL JOHNSON & wife to B. F. BURSON, Book P, p. 570
Indenture made 12 Aug 1862 between Joel Johnson and his wife and B. F. Burson; The Johnsons sold to Burson their interest in land belonging to the estate of Jeremiah Spence, dec’d, for $200

[All items on this page submitted by Cheryl Chasin]

possibly from Deed Book O, page unknown

GEORGE BARBER, WILLIAM BAILEY, JAMES [CADE?] & WILLIS POPE to RODERICK EARLEY

“State of Georgia  This Indenture made the eleventh day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nine between George Barber, William Bailey James Cade & Willie Pope of the Counties of Wilkes & Oglethorpe & State aforesaid of the one part & Roderick Easley of the County of Clark & State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said George Barber William Bailey James Cade & Wylie Pope for the Consideration of the sum of five hundred dollars lawful money of the said state to them in hand well & truly paid by the said Roderick Easley at or before the sealing & delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted bargained, sold released & confirmed by these presents doth grant bargain, sell release & confirm unto him the said Roderick Easley his heirs & assigns forever all that tract or parcel of land lying & being in the County of Franklin at the time of convey but now in the County of Jackson & State aforesaid on !
the South side of the south fork of the middle fork of the Oconee River containing by estimation three hundred & Seventy one Acres be the same more or less which will more fully appear by a plot & grant to George Mathews bearing date the third day of June one thousand eight hundred & one & conveyed by the said George Mathews by ? to the said George Barber, William Bailey James Cade & Wilie Pope bearing date the twenty sixth day of July one thousand eight hundred & seven, bounded as follows  Beginning at a Corner beach on said River running south twenty east forty Chains to a Corner black Oak thence south ? West eighty Chains to a corner Hickory, thence North twenty west twenty five Chains to a ? Hickory thence south seventy East one Chain to a Corner black Oak thence north twenty ? thirty Chains, to a Corner Hickory on said River thence down the various courses of said river to the beginning Corner Beach – Together with all & singular the rights members & appurtenances there!
to whatsoever to the said tract of Land eblonging or anywise Appurtaining the remainders, reversions?, rents, issues & property thereof to & every part thereof, To have & to hold the said tract of Land & all & singular members the premises & appurtenances thereunto belonging as aforesaid ? unto him the said Roderick Easley his heirs & assigns.  And them the said George Barber William Bailey, James Cade & Willie Pope their heirs & Assigns do warrant & forever defend the above said tract of Land & premises against them the said George Barber Willaim Bailey James Cade & Willie Pope & their heirs but no other person or persons whatsoever  In Witness whereof the said George Barber William Bailey James Cade & Willie Pope hath hereunto set their hand & affixed their seals the day & date above written
Signed Sealed & delivered
in the presence of
George Lumpkin
Thomas Wootten

(on right side)
George (his mark) Barber (seal)
Wm Bailey (seal)
Jas Cade (seal)
Wylie? Pope (seal)”

GEORGE MENEFEE to TANDY KEY, Book ?

“Georgia
Jackson County
“This Indenture and entered into this the fourteenth day of January in the year of our lord One thousand Eight hundred and twenty two between George Menefee of one part and Tandy Key of the other part both of County and State aforesaid Witnesseth that the sais George Menefee for and in consideration of the sum of Ten thousand dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained and sold and by these presents doth grant Bargain, sell release confirm to said Tandy Key all that tract of land or parcel of land containing two hundred Seventy eight acres more or less Situated in the County and State aforesaid and on the Mullberry fork of Oconee River granted to George Mathews beginning on a beach on said River thence S 20 E 40 chains to red oak thence South 70 W 45 chains to a poplar thence N 3 W 74 chains to haen? ?? Corner on said River thence down the Meanders of said River to the beginning Corner with All and singular the rights members and app!
urtenances thereunto belonging thereunto or in any wise appertaining and every part thereof unto the said Tandy Key his heirs and assigns the premises aforesaid and every part thereof to the said Tandy Key his heirs and assigns and against all and every other person or persons whatsoever Claiming or to claim any part thereof shall and will forever warrant & defend  In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this day and date above written
George Menefee (seal)

Test
Wm Menefee
Satuire? Menefee
James T. Wafer J.J.P.?