Allen Sammons Land Grant - Hardeman Co TN


(in Hardeman Co. Tennessee)
Book 2-A Page 455

The State of Tennessee No. 1357
	   Know Ye, That by virtue of Certificates No. 2995-2996
	2997 & 2998 all dated the 6th day March 1836 found then
	by the Secretary and Commissioners of West Tennessee to
	the assignee of the register of the Western District for
	25 acres each and Entered on the 19th day of May
	1836 by No. 2076 
	THERE IS GRANTED by the said State of Tennessee, unto Allen Sammons assignee
	of said Register
	A certain tract or parcel of land, containing One hundred Acres by 
	Survey, bearing date the 24th day of May 1827 lying 
	in the Tenth Surveyors District in Hardeman County 
	in range four Section four and bounded as follows to wit  
	Beginning at a Stake two black oaks and two hickory
	pointers eighty poles West of the South West corner of Entry
	No. 1110 for 145 acres in the named L. Sykert on the north
	boundry line of Entry No. for 500 acres in the name
	of T.P. Deveraux thence West 178 Poles to a Stake three
	black Jack and a black oak pointers thence North
	90 poles to a Stake two post oak and two black
	Jack pointers, thence 178 poles to a stake a black
	Jack and twi hickory pointers thence South 90
	poles to the Beginning
	With the hereditaments and appurtenances.  To have and to hold the said tract or 
	parcel of land with its appurtenances, to the said Allen Sammons 
	and his heirs forever.  In Witness whereof, Nashville          Governor 
	of the State of Tennessee; hath hereunto set his hand and caused the Great Seal of the 
	State to be affixed; at Nashville on the 12th day of October in the 
	year of Our Lord, One Thousand Eight Hundred and twenty Nine and of the Independence 
	of the United States, the  34th

			By the Governor:  Wm Carroll

			Daniel Graham  Secretary
	Note: The lettering in Italics was part of the form, and the bold was written in.

Submitted and transcribed by Charlotte Curlee Ramsey from documents searched for by Sue Nicholas Mitcham.

Charlotte Curlee Ramsey

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