Watson Sammons/Stephen Wood Land - Williamson Co TN


with Stephen Wood
(in Williamson Co. Tennessee)
Book O Page 89 

   Stephen Wood deed for 50 Acres} This Indenture made this 2nd day of November one Thousand eight hundred  
 			           & thirty five Between Watson
   of Land Conveyed by           } Sammons of the one part and Stephen Wood of the other part, Witnesseth, 
   				   that the said Watson Sammons
   Watson Sammons    	         } for the consideration of three hundred dollars to him in hand paid the  
   				   receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged
   Registered 2nd April 1837     } hath bargained and sold and confirmed unto the said Stephen Wood, his   
				   heirs and assigns forever a certain
	   		         } tract or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the County of  	 
	 			   Williamson and State of Tennessee on the waters
   of the Harpeth river, beginning at a cedar James Hodges, North West corner, running East 170 poles to a 
   dogwood said Hodges North
   East corner, thence North 60 poles to a cedar, thence West 70 poles to a cedar in Stephen Woods East
   boundry line, thence South to the
   beginning - fifty acres be the acres more or less, To have and to hold the aforesaid tract of land
   bargained premises with the appurtenances
   to the only use of the said Stephen Wood, his heirs and assigns forever and sd Sammons for himself his
   heirs, executors administrators & assigns
   doth agree to and with the said Stephen Wood his heirs and assigns that the before certain tract of
   land with the appurtenances will warrant &
   defend against the just and legal claims of all persons whatsoever.  In witness whereof the said 
   Watson Sammons hath set his hand and
   seal the day an date above written --- signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us,
   Test. William White, Abner (hisXmark) Sammons (Witness before assigned)
   								Watson X Sammons  (Seal)

   State of Tennessee
   Williamson County I personally approved ______  Lemuel? B. McCoussies? clerk of the County Court of
   Williamson County, Watson Sammons the
   written named bargainor with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that he executed
   the written deed for the purposes therein
   witnessed   Witness my hand at office this 2nd day of May AD 1837    L.B. McCoussies?

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

Charlotte Curlee Ramsey

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