Robert C. Pirtle to Jacob L. Pirtle, Samuel D. Arnold Deeds

Robert C. Pirtle to Jacob L. Pirtle, Samuel D. Arnold Deeds

Location:
White Co., TN
When:
March, 1844

Description:

White County TennesseeDeed Book N, 1842-1844
Pages 427-429

Robert C. Pirtle	|
	to	|
Jacob L. Pirtle	|     This Indenture made and entered into this 19th day of 
March A.D. 1844 between Robert C. Pirtle of the County of White and State of 
Tennessee of the one part and Jacob L. Pirtle of the same County and State.  
Witnesseth that whereas the said Robert C. Pirtle is justly indebted to the 
said Jacob L. Pirtle in the sum of about fifty dollars due some time in the 
month of March 1844 evidenced by note of hand and also in the sum of Forty 
three dollars and forty four cents due by account and whereas the said Robert 
C. Pirtle is willing and desirous to indemnify and secure the said Jacob L. 
Pirtle in said debts hereby conveys and sells to the said Jacob L. Pirtle and 
his heirs a certain Stud Colt four years old this Spring named Ben Franklin, 
but it is the expressed understanding and agreement by and between the 
parties that if the said Robert C. Pirtle shall well and truly pay off the 
above described indebtedness to the said Jacob L. Pirtle on or before the 
25th day of December next then and that case this Indenture to be void and 
the right to said Stud Colt to revest in said Robert C. Pirtle and the said 
Robert C. Pirtle is to be and remain in the possession and use of said Stud 
Colt subject however to the provisions and conditions of this deed - but 
should said Robert C. Pirtle fail to pay over to the said Jacob L. Pirtle his 
executors or administrators the above indebtedness on or before the 25th day 
of December next it shall be the duty of said Jacob L. Pirtle his executors 
or administrators to advertise said Stud Colt at three public places in White 
County one of which shall be at the court house door in Sparta for at least 
ten days before the day appointed by him for said sale.  And if on the day 
appointed for said sale the said Robert C. Pirtle shall not have paid off 
said debts with all legal interest and costs thereon said Jacob L. Pirtle 
shall proceed to sell said Stud Colt at the Court house door in Sparta to the 
highest bidder for ready money and apply the proceeds first to pay himself  a 
reasonable compensation for attending and carrying out this trust, And in the 
next place pay off and satisfy the debts herein intended to be secured and 
should there then be a surplus remaining said Jacob L. Pirtle is to pay the 
Same over to the said Robert C. Pirtle his heirs executors or administrators.  
In Witness hereof we have here unto subscribed our names and affixed our 
Seals the date above written.
Test	Samuel D. Arnold	|						Robert C. Pirtle   
Seal
	Zachariah A. Lay		|						Jacob L. 
Pirtle   Seal
	Elijah Pirtle		|

State of Tennessee	|
White County		|     Personally appeared before me William Little 
Clerk of White County Court Zachariah A. Lay and Samuel D. Arnold two of the 
subscribing witnesses to the within deed and after being duly sworn depose 
and say that they are acquainted with Robert C. Pirtle and Jacob L. Pirtle 
the within named conveyors that they acknowledged the due execution of the 
within deed for the purposes therein contained which is recorded.  Witness my 
hand at office this 29th day of March 1844.
									Test	William Little   
Clerk
									      of White County 
Court

Filed and noted in Reception Book No. 1, page 12 the 29th March 1844 at 12  
O'Clock P.M. and Registered the same day.
									Test	N. Oldham Deputy 
of
								    R. Smith Register of 
White County

Robert C. Pirtle		|
	to		|     Deed for 356 acres of Land
Samuel D. Arnold	|
	This Indenture made and entered into this nineteenth day of March in 
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty four between Robert 
C. Pirtle of the County of White and State of Tennessee of the one part and 
Samuel D. Arnold of the Same County and State of the other part.  Witnesseth 
that the said Robert C. Pirtle for and in consideration of the sum of Two 
hundred and six dollars and fifty cents to him in hand paid by the said 
Samuel D. Arnold, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath and doth by 
these presents bargain sell alien and convey to the said Samuel D. Arnold and 
his heirs and assigns forever two certain tracts or parcels of Land situate 
lying and being in the County of White and State of Tennessee on the waters 
of Cedar Creek and Townsends Creek, first tract containing by estimation One 
hundred and Sixty acres more or less being all that part of the Lands sold as 
part of the Lands of George Pirtle deceased under a decree of the Circuit 
Court of White County lying on the west side of the road.  Beginning on the 
south boundary line where the road crosses said line and running north with 
the line of the other parcel sold to Elijah Pirtle to the mouth of the Spring 
branch & to include one half of the Spring.  The other tract lying on the 
waters of Cedar Creek containing one hundred and ninety six acres all being 
the two tracts of Land described in the petition and pleadings and decree of 
the Sale of the Lands of said George Pirtle decreed in the Circuit Court of 
White County and purchased at commissioners Sale by the said Robert C. 
Pirtle.  To have and to hold to the only proper use and behoof of him the 
said Samuel D. Arnold and his heirs and assigns forever and the said Robert 
C. Pirtle hereby covenants and agrees to and with the said Samuel D. Arnold 
his heirs and assigns to warrant and forever defend the right and title of in 
and to the foregoing conveyed Land and premises together with the 
hereditaments and appurtenances to the Said Samuel D. Arnold and his heirs 
forever.
	In testimony where of I the said Robert C. Pirtle have hereunto 
Subscribed my name and affixed my seal the date above written.
Signed Sealed and delivered in
presence of us.		Jacob L. Pirtle    |				Robert C. 
Pirtle   Seal
			Wm Cantrell       |


State of Tennessee	|
White County		| 	Personally appeared before me William Little 
Clerk of White County Curt Jacob L. Pirtle and William Cantrell two of the 
Subscribing witnesses to the within deed and after being duly sworn they 
depose and say they are acquainted with Robert C. Pirtle the within conveyor 
that he acknowledged the due execution of the within deed for the purposes 
therein contained which is recorded.  Witness my hand at office the 29th day 
of March 1844.
								Test	William Little Clerk
								Of White County Court

Filed and noted in Reception Book No. 1, page 12 the 29 March 1844 at 12  
O'Clock P.M. and Registered the same day.
								Test	N. Oldham Deputy of
								R. Smith Register White 
County











									Transcribed By:
									James R. Blanks
									114 Somerset Lane
									Tullahoma, TN 37388
									August 15, 2001

	

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