Jacob or J.M. Plemons
Extract of Index of Reverse Deeds, M-R, in Murray County, Georgia
Covering the Years 1854-1877
(Reverse deeds are indexed by grantee/buyer.)
Specifically searched for the names "Jacob" and "J.M." Plemons and variations of the same surname (Plemon, Plemmons, etc.), no other name searched; a few other individuals are mentioned, but are not extracted in their entirety.
[Columns = Grantor: (Grantee) -- type of instr. - date of instr. - date rec. - Book, page]:
PLEMONS, Jacob & J.M. (from grantor: John Adair) - Deed - 2 Nov 1869 - -- -- --* - Bk. L, p.511
PLEMONS, Jacob & J.M. (from grantor: John Adair) - Extr - 2 Nov 1869 - 9 June 1870 - Bk. L, p.511
PLEMONS, J.M. (from grantor: E.W. Petty) - Deed - 12 Dec 1896 - 3 March 1897 - Bk. S, p.87
PLEMONS, J.M. (from grantor: B.F. Fouts) - Deed - 4 Dec 1908 - 2 June 1909 - Bk. W, p.219
PLEMONS, J.M. (from grantor: P.S. Knox) - Deed - -- -- --* - 1 Dec 1915 - Bk. W, p.539
*Where the date column is blank (-- -- --) I don't know why--maybe the deed was not officially dated/recorded.
I'm not sure what "Extr" means ~ maybe "extract." I think M.Deed = Mortgage deed, S.Deed = Security deed, etc. T.Deed may mean "transfer deed" ~ not sure.
A few other early land deeds (1854-1877) for the surname, Plemons:
The given name of the Plemons grantee, and who all they purchased land "from":
-----, Thomas (from): Edmondson; Summerour; Brown; Smith
-----, William W. (from): Summerour
-----, W.W. (from): Walker
-----, Thomas (from): Brown; Smith
-----, William (from): Adair
-----, John K. (from): Ramsey (sheriff)
-----, Y.T. (from): Money
-----, John M. (from): Thomas PLEMONS
-----, Wm. A. (from): McDonald
-----, Z.T. (from): J.K. PLEMONS
-----, William H. (from): Jacob PLEMONS
-----, Sarah A. and John D. (from): John K. PLEMONS
-----, Thomas (guardian) (from): McEntire (extr.*)
-----, W.A. (from): Morrow; J.D. PLEMONS
-----, John M. (from): Petty; Wilson.
-----, Harley (from): Bates
-----, W.H. (from): L & N Railroad; Z.T. PLEMONS; J.H. PLEMONS
*I don't know what "extr." means--I think it's a type of deed/instrument.
In addition to the ones above, there is a J.H. Plemons who was listed many times as a grantee in the 1900's. Other Plemonses mentioned in deeds of 1900 era were: B.F.; Cage and Sarah J.; and, Venie (et al). Many other Plemonses are mentioned in deeds after 1900--not extracted here.
[Note: I didn't distinguish between the variations on the surname, "Plemons." I didn't get the dates and I recorded only the surname of the grantor; but this may help someone find out whether an ancestor bought land in Murray County].