James J. Sammons Land Grant 305- Gibson Co TN


(in Gibson Co. Tennessee)
Book 18 Page 305

The State of Tennessee
	   Know Ye, That for and in consideration of the sum of fees of Office, paid into the 
	Office of the Entry taker of Gibson County, and entered on the     day of      18 
	pursuant to the provisions of an Act of the General Assembly of said State, passed 2d day
	of November, 1847,
	by No. 2557574 THERE IS GRANTED by the said State of Tennessee, unto the Heirs of
James J. Sammons
	a certain tract or parcel of land, containing 294 acres 
	by servey, bearing date the 26 day of January 1846 lying in said county,
	on the Waters of the North Fork of Forked Dunnin
						Range 2 Section 2 & 3 
	Beginning at an ash on a South bank of acnR the
	SE conr of entry No 943 of 100 acres in the name of Saml
	S Crafton, mns West 100 poles to its SW conr a poplar
	then North 160 1/2 poles to its NW corner and Inc then West
	102 poles to a blackoak on the East boundary of Elijah
	Robertsons 667 1/2 Acre only then South 83 poles to its
	SE conr then West with the South boundary of the Same
	2?.5 poles To and Inc then South 173 poles to a blackoak
	then East 279 poles, to a stake opts then North 110 1/2 poles
	to a dogwood on the South boundary of a 200 acre entry
	in the name of Wm Dial then West with said line
	32 1/2 poles to a stake Opts on the East boundary of entry
	No 943 then South 14 1/2 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 Heirs of James J Sammons and their heirs forever.
	In Witness whereof, Wm B Campbell 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 1 day of
	February in the year of Our Lord, One Thousand Eight Hundred and 53 and of the
	Independence of the United States, the 77

			By the Governor:  WB Campbell

			MBA Ramsey  Secretary of State
	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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