William H. Salmon Land Grant - Blount Co TN


(in Blount Co. Tennessee)
Book 13 Page 199

The State of Tennessee No. 13477
	   Know Ye, That in consideration of an ENTRY made in the ENTRY TAKER'S OFFICE of Blount 
	County, of No. 256 dated the 3rd day of January 1826 by William H Salmon
	there is GRANTED by the State of Tennessee unto the said William H Salmon and his heirs, a
	Certain TRACT OF LAND containing six hundred and forty - - - - - - - 
	acres lying in the county aforesaid, on the waters of Nails Creek.  Beginning at a
	pine, corner to the ocpt. Survey, made by Wlam. Martin, thence
	with the same North, fifty sine? East, forty sise? chain to a stake
	South thirty East with the same, in part, fifty chain to a black
	oak, on the top of a spur of Bays mountain, thence along the same
	North sixty East, one hundred and twenty chain, to a small hickory
	Sapling, North thirty West, one hundred and sixty chain, to a stake
	and pointers, South sixty West, one hundred and sixty five chain,
	to a small blackjack, South thirteen East, eighty nine chain, to a
	Stake, in a line of Martin's, thence with the same, South sixty five
	East, thirty seven chain to the Beginning.
			Surveyed the 22nd of May 1826.

	With the appurtenances, to have and to hold the said TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND 
	with its appurtenances, to the said William H. Salmons and his heirs forever.  
	In Witness whereof, William Carroll 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 5th day of October in the 
	YEAR OF OUR LORD one thousand eight hundred and twenty  Five and of the 
	AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE the the fifty first -----

			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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