Wednesday, September 3, 2014

20 May 1851: James Edmondson Deed to Jacob Hedrick, Murray County, Georgia

Murray County, Georgia
Deed Record Book I, page 225

Summary: On 20 May 1851 James Edmondson sells to Jacob Hedrick land lot 88 (160 acres) in the Tenth District, Third Section, of Murray County, Georgia, for $160.

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James Edmondson
Deed to
Jacob Hedrick
No 88-10-3

Georgia             }
Murray County }

This Indenture made and entered into this twentieth day of May, in the year of our Lord, Eighteen hundred and fifty one, between James Edmondson of the one part, & Jacob Hedrick of the other part, both of the state and County above written: Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and sixty dollars, to him in hand paid by the said Jacob Hedrick, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath bargained, sold and conveyed, and do by these presents, covenant, release, transfer and convey unto the said Jacob his heirs & assigns, all and singular, the rights, titles & Heriditaments to lot of land, lying and being in the County of Murray and state aforesaid, and in the tenth district and third section, known and distinguished in the plan of said district, by the number eighty eight (88), the same containing by estimate one hundred and sixty acres of land, more or less; to have and to hold, the above described premises, with all and singular, the rights, titles and appurtenances thereunto belonging, which I do by these presents warrant and defend the titles to the above described premises, to the said Jacob Hedrick his heirs and assigns forever, in fee simple, and from myself, my heirs and assigns, and from and against the claims of all other persons whatsoever. In consideration whereof I have hereunto set my hand, and affixed my seal, the day & year first above written.

Signed, sealed in the presence of Witnesses
                                                                                    James Edmondson {seal}
Thomas C. Henry
Euclid Waterhouse

State of Georgia}
Murray County }   Before me, Benjamin Francisco, a Justice of the peace for said County, personally appeared Euclid Waterhouse who being duly sworn, depose and saith, that he saw James Edmondson sign, seal, and deliver the within deed for the purposes therein maintained; that deponent signed the same, as a witness, and saw Thomas C. Henry do like wise. Sworn & subscribed, before me, this
6th June 1851                }                                                                     Euclid Waterhouse
Benjamin Francisco J.P. }                                       Recorded & Certified for the 7th day of June 1851
                                                                                                            Robert McCamy   Clk
                                                                                                By his Deputy  W. C. McCamy


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