Jacob L. Pirtle to Benjamin Adcock Deed

Jacob L. Pirtle to Benjamin Adcock Deed

White Co., TN
January 8, 1842


White County Tennessee
Deed Book M, 1840-1842
Pages 443-444

Jacob L. Pirtle	|
	to		|
Benjamin Adcock	|     This Indenture made this 8th day of January eight 
hundred and forty two between Jacob L. Pirtle of White County of the one part 
and Benjamin Adcock of DeKalb County of the other part of the State of 
Tennessee.  Witnesseth that the said Jacob L. Pirtle for and in consideration 
of the sum of six hundred dollars, to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is 
hereby acknowledged hath given granted bargained sold and conveyed unto the 
said Benjamin Adcock, his heirs and assigns a certain tracts or parcels of 
Land containing in one survey forty acres, One more Survey one hundred and 
fifty six acres and 64 poles also another tract containing fifty acres all 
adjoining to each other and being in White County on the waters of Taylor's 
Creek, the first beginning at a black oak, running thence west eighty poles 
to a black oak, thence south eighty poles to a black oak &, thence East 
eighty poles to a stake, thence north to the Beginning.  The second tract 
begins as follows, to wit.  Beginning at a peach tree, running thence west 
one hundred and eighty four poles to two post oaks, thence north one hundred 
& thirty six poles to a small white and post oak, thence East one hundred and 
eighty four poles to a stake two post oaks black oak and black jack pointers, 
thence south one hundred and thirty six poles, to the beginning.  A third 
survey of fifty acres beginning at a survey of Crowary entered by Jacob L. 
Pirtle the north west corner running East with that line to its corner at the 
Potts branch, thence with said John Pirtles corner of a forty acre track, 
thence west with that line to its corner and five poles past it corner, 
thence west to the branch, thence west with that line, to a black oak on that 
line, thence south to Vermillions land, thence East to the forty acre line of 
said Pirtle, thence south that line to the Beginning, the whole Lands with 
their courses containing two hundred and forty six acres more or less.  The 
said Jacob L. Pirtle conveys to the said B. Adcock.  To have and to hold the 
aforesaid tracks of Land with all and singular the rights profits emoluments 
and appurtenances in any wise appertaining to the only purpose and behoof of 
him the said B. Adcock his heirs and assigns forever for himself his heirs or 
assigns doth covenant and agree with the said B. Adcock, that the before 
receipted land, bargained premises he will warrant and forever defend from 
the claims of himself  his heirs or assigns and from each and every person or 
persons whatsoever in testament whereof the said Jacob L. Pirtle hath 
hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and date above written.  
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of us.
     John Adcock	|						Jacob L. Pirtle    Seal
     Obadiah Pirtle	|

State of Tennessee White County
		Personally appeared before me Nicholas Oldham Clerk of White 
County Court Jacob L. Pirtle the within named conveyor with whom I am 
personally acquainted and who acknowledged the due execution of the within 
deed for the purposes therein contained which is recorded.  Witness my hand 
at office the 7th day of Feb'y A.D. 1842.
									Test   N. Oldham   Clk
									of White County Court

Field & noted in Reception Book No. 1, page 1 on 7th Feb'y 1842 at 1 O'Clock 
P.M. & Registered 14 Febr'y 1842.
									Test   N. Oldham D. Reg
								       of  R. Smith Reg White 

									Transcribed By:
									James R. Blanks
									114 Somerset Lane
									Tullahoma, TN 37388
									August 16, 2001


Collection: James R. Blanks's Collection - White County Papers


Created: 11/17/01 5:35:17 PM