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Bagwell, Susanna
January 6, 1798:
SUSANNA BAGWELL bought land from DRURY BAGWELL, her brother.

Bass, James
Deed Book 6, page 294, Brunswick County, Virginia:
Indenture made the 1st day of June, 1758, between JAMES BASS of Northampton County, North Carolina, Planter, and MARY BASS, his wife, and JAMES HICKS, son of GEORGE HICKS, of Brunswick County, Planter, for 70 pounds, conveying 415 acres on South side of Meherrin River adjoining lands of JOHN DUGAR, WINFIELD, COLES, and PETERSON, which land was granted to JAMES BASS by Patent dated December 15, 1749. Witnesses were WILLIAM THOMPSON, THOS. BASS, GEORGE MALONE, and ETHELDRED JELKS (his mark). Signed by JAMES BASS (his mark) and MARY BASS (her mark). Indenture and Receipt were proved in Court on July 25, 1758, by the oaths of WM. THOMPSON and ETHELDRED JELKS.

Bazwell, David
1  Deed Book A, Person County, NC, 1792
Page 117-8: “DANIEL MCFARLAND to DAVID BAZWELL, for 109 lbs, 109 A s side Hico adj ALLEN LOVE old line, JOHN JOHNSTON, crossing Campbell rd, ROBERT MOORE. 18 Dec 1792. Wit: H. HARALSON, CHS HOLDMAN.

2  Deed Book B, Person County, NC, 1795
Page 24-5: “DANIELl MCFARLAND to HARRISON STANDFIELD, for 107 lbs 10 sh, 107 A e side Hico adj DAVID BAZWELL, JOHN JOHNSTON, JOSEPH TURNER, WILLIAM HUSTON, on Campbell road, ROBERT MOORE. 13 Jan 1795. Wit: J. MOORE, J. M. MEGEHEE, JOHN SLATE.

2  Deed Book B, Person County, NC, 1795
Page 18-9: “DAVID BAZWELL to HARISON STANDFIELD, for 109 lbs, 109 A e side Hico adj ALLEN LOVE, JOHN JOHNSTON, ROBERT MOORE. 18 Feb 1795. Wit: J. MCGEHEE, DANL MCFARLAND, JOHN SLATE.

3  Deed Book C, Person County, NC, 1800
Page 259-60: “WILLIAM LEA & REUBEN LEA to DAVID BAZWELL, for $282, 141 A on Bear Br of S Hico adj JOSEPH RICE, DANIEL SARGENT. 5 Sept 1800. Wit: HENRY ROYSTER, H. HARALSON.

4  Deed Book C, Person County, NC, 1803
Page 383: “DAVID BAZWELL to JOHN LEA, for 158 lbs 8/4, 141 A on Bear Br of S Hico adj JOSEPH RICE, DANIEL SERGEANT. 6 Apr 1803. Wit: H. HARALSON, GEO LEA.

5  Deed Book D, Person County, NC, 1809
Page 146: “GEORGE ELLIOTT to DAVID BAZWELL, for $250, 107 A on a br adj JNO WARRIN.

6  Deed Book D, Person County, NC, 1810
Page 257: “DAVID BAZWELL to GEORGE ELLIOTT, for $150, 107 A adj JOHN WARREN, HUGH HEMPHILL. 15 Nov 1810. Wit: GEORGE ELLIOTT.

Bazwell, James
Deed Book C, Person County, NC, 1800
Page 266-7: Heirs of FRANCIS HOWARD “3 Oct 1800. Wit: WM. PERSON, ISAIA FULLER, JAMES BASWELL.

Baswell, William
7  Deed Book C, Person County, NC, 1800
Page 256: “ROBERT DICKENS exec of JOHN ATKINSON decd to WILLIAM BASWELL, for $75, 100 A w side Stories Cr. 2 Dec 1800. Wit: J. CAMPBELL, ANTHO BROWNE.

Bean, William C.
West of Tennessee River Non-Military Patents, Graves County, KY, November 6, 1834, Patent #6466, Receipt #7828, Grant Book 9, Grant Page 194:
8  9  6466. Receiver’s Office, Waidsboro November 6th, 1834, No. 7828, I, EDMUND CURD, Receiver of Moneys for the sale of lands west of Tennessee river, do hereby certify, WILLIAM C. BEAN has this day entered in my Office the North East quarter of section twenty seven township three range two East and has paid into my Office Forty dollars the full State price for said quarter of section, containing one hundred and sixty acres. EDMUND CURD Receiver.
10  JAMES CLARK, Esq. Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. To All To Whom These Presents Shall Come, Greetings: Know Ye, That by virtue and in consideration of the sum of Forty Dollars paid into the Receiver’s Office at Waidsboro, agreeably to an Act of Assembly, approved the third day of January, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-five, there is granted by the said Commonwealth, unto WILLIAM C. BEAN the North East quarter of section thirty seven township three Range two East Containing one hundred and sixty acres. With its appurtenances: To have and to hold the said tract of parcel of land with its appurtenances, to the said WM C. BEAN and his heirs forever. In witness whereof, the said JAMES CLARK, Esq. Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, hath hereunto set his hand, and caused the Seal of the said Commonwealth to be affixed, at Frankfort, on the Sixth day of January in the year of our lord, one thousand eight hundred and thirty Seven, and of the Commonwealth the forty Fifth. By the Governor, JAMES CLARK. J. M. BULLOCK, Secretary.

Brasfield, George (c. 1707, VA – c. 1771, VA)
From the book "Brasfield-Brassfield Genealogies" by Annabelle C. McAllister and Edward N. McAllister, 1959:
In Caroline County Court March 8, 1744/45. It is ordered that MCDANIEL, JR., JOHN SNEED and JAMES LINDSEY or any two of them view the land in dispute between MARGT. GOODE and GEORGE BRASFIELD and return their proceedings at the next Court. (Order Book. 1741-1746, p 351)

Brasfield, George (1765 – 1822)
From the book "Brasfield-Brassfield Genealogies" by Annabelle C. McAllister and Edward N. McAllister, 1959:
Grant. No. 799; 288 acres on Waters of Neuse River adjoining lines of THOMAS BURNETT and JOSEPH BRASFIELD. Nov. 16, 1801. JOSEPH BRASFIELD, JESSE BRASFIELD, chain bearers. One corner or property was at junction of Beaver Dam Creek. 3

Grant No. 800; 416 acres on waters of Neuse River on both sides, adjoining land of PELEG ROGERS, SR. At junction of Great Lick Creek and Motry Branch. Feb. 20, 1802. J. HUMPHRIES, Surveyor; JOSEPH BRASFIELD, JESSE BRASFIELD, chain bearers. 3

PUMPHRET EDWARDS, a private in the N.C. Continental Line, Revolutionary War, was issued land in Tennessee, Feb. 21, 1821, on Warrant No. 660. Same was transferred to GEORGE BRASFIELD, Esq., June 18, 1821, with DAVID CLEMENTS as witness. GEORGE BRASFIELD transferred it to JOSEPH LYNN Oct. 19, 1821, with WILLIE BRASFIELD as witness. (Tenn. Gen. Records, Vol. 5, pp 18-22)
ALFRED BRASFIELD, LEONARD BRASFIELD, JOHN C. BRASFIELD, and wife NANCY BRASFIELD wife of JOHN C. BRASFIELD, of Greene Co., Ala.., sold to ASA BRASFIELD, formerly of Greene Co., Ala., and now of McNairy Co., Tenn., their rights in lands left them by death of their father GEORGE BRASFIELD, Decd. (viz) one tract in Hardin and McNairy Cos., and one tract in Hickman Co., known as the Vernon tract, all in Tenn., Jan. 28, 1841. (Hardin Co., Tenn. Deed Book G, p 110)

Brasfield, Georgius
From the book "Brasfield-Brassfield Genealogies" by Annabelle C. McAllister and Edward N. McAllister, 1959, Page 5:
On May 16, 1721, RICHARD CARVER and wife, ANN, of Stafford County, VA., sold to GEORGE BRASFIELD of King and Queen County, for 1,500 pounds of tobacco, 300 acres of land in Essex County, near Peumansend Run on south side of Rappahannok River; in being a tract of land formerly belonging to WILLIAM BERRY and BENJAMIN NEWTON and by them conveyed unto THOMAS PHILLPIN by deed of sale. The said GEORGE BRASFIELD being in charge of laying off and surveying the said tract of land. Admitted to record, Essex County Court, May 16, 1721. (Deed Book 16, p 294) This land was part of the great tract of 4,763 acres granted MR. ENOCH DOUGHTY, Gent., by patent dated 15 June 1675, adjoining lands of HARRY BAKER, JOHN MEADOR, WARWICK COMTOCK. Peumansend Run is about 3 miles downstream from Port Royal. Essex County and Caroline County records do not disclose what disposition GEORGE BRASFIELD made of this land, which lay in Caroline when that county was formed."

Cavitt, Alexander
Calloway County, KY, Deed, October 25, 1871:
This Indenture made this 25th day of Oct. 1871 between NANCY CAVITT of the one part and N. J. CAVITT and J. M. CAVITT of the other part witnesseth that the said NANCY CAVITT for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars to be paid twelve months after date as evidence by note of this date and in consideration that the said NANCY CAVITT is to have and retain ___ and possess all the personal property she had when she and ALEXANDER CAVITT were married and all the personal property left by the said ALEXANDER CAVITT at his death in possession of the said NANCY CAVITT except his warring apparel and furniture that the said N. J. CAVITT & J. M. CAVITT one pay the burial expenses and physicians bill of the said ALEXANDER CAVITT of his last illness and for which the said NANCY CAVITT widow of said ALEXANDER CAVITT does hath granted bargains(?) and sold and doth by these presents grant sell and covey to the said N. J. & J. M. CAVITT all of her dower interest in and to a certain tract of land as widow of said ALEX CAVITT dec’d lying in Calloway County Kentucky known as the tract of land on which the said ALEXANDER CAVITT resided before his __ings to the said NANCY CAVItt and the same on which the said N. J. CAVITT now resides the whole tract containing one hundred and fifty acres more or less to have and to hold the dower interest in and to the land herein coveyed to the said N. J. & J. M. CAVITT their heirs or assigns forward by deed with ___ ___ity in witness where of the said NANCY CAVITT ___ sets her hand the date above ___. NANCY (her mark) CAVITT. Witness P. M. ELLISON. State of Kentucky. Calloway County sct. I LIMM BOYD clerk of the County Court for said County certify that the above deed was on Oct. 25, 1871 acknowledged before me by NANCY CAVITT to be her ____ the same being duly lodged and stamped hath with this certificate been recorded given under my hand January 26, 1872. LIMM BOYD, Clerk. By C. E. CURD, DC.

Cavitt, Claibourne
CLAIBOURNE CAVITT had property between 1822-1858, KY Land Grants West of TN River, 160 acres.

Cavett, Michael Whitley
Sumner County, TN Deed Abstracts, 1793-1805, Page 67 (original page 244):
"Article of Agreement 21 Sept., 1798, MOSES CAVETT of Knox County, Tennessee, MICHAEL CAVETT and RICHARD CAVETT, each being heirs of ALEXANDER CAVETT, dec'd, who was killed by the Indians of Knox County on 25 Sept., 1793, have agreed to division of his estate (this is set out in Agmt.) wit: ALEXANDER PIPES, ROBERT JONES, Jurat."

First Land Grants of Sumner County, TN, 1786-1833, by Helen C. Marsh, Page 118 (original page 531):
30 July, 1805, MICHAEL CAVITT and EDWARD MORGAN are witnesses to JOHN CAVITT buying "2 featherbeds and furniture and household and kitchen furniture" and "a negro man named Bob" from WILLIAM ARMSTSTRONG.

Sumner County, TN, Deed Abstracts 1806-1817, by Joyce Martin Murray, Page 7 (original page 97):
"Deed 25 March 1805, ALEXANDER WITHERSPOON, Williamson Co., TN, to John Payne, $400, 200 acres on Red River, part tr pf 274 acres granted AMBROSE MAULDIN, beg at cor to MICHAEL CAVIT. wit: WARREN PAYNE, JACOB G. YOUNG, ABRM B. YOUNG"

Cavitt, Moses
(Transcribed by Larry Hallstrom)
Sumner County, TN, 1816, DB 7, Page 323:
This Indenture made this third of April in the year of Our Lord Eighteen hundred and sixteen between JAMES RONEY of the County of Sumner & State of Tennessee of the One part and MOSES CAVITT of the County & State aforesaid Witnesseth that the aforesaid RONEY for and in consideration of the sum of One thousand Dollars the Receipt of which is acknod'd have bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain and sell unto the said MOSES CAVITT a certain tract or parcel of land containing three hundred & twenty seven acres more or less lying and situated in the County of Sumner and aforesaid on the waters of the Wolf Branch and bounded as follows (viz) Beginning at a Spanish Oak the North East corner of the six hundred & forty acres and Running from thence South one hundred and ninety three poles to a White Oak from thence West fifty poles to a black Oak, from thence North fifty degrees West forty five poles to a Hickory, from thence South thirty seven degrees West Sixty five poles to two post Oaks, from thence West one hundred and fifty four poles to a post Oak, from thence North two hundred and twelve half poles to Hickory & black Oak, from thence East Sixty poles to a stake in on Bowmans line, from thence South four poles to a post Oak Bowmans South West corner, from thence East with Bowmans line two hundred and four poles to the Beginning, To have and to hold the above described tract of land with all ways waters hereditaments and appurtenances unto the said MOSES CAVITT his heirs and assigns to the only use and behoof of the sd CAVITT against the legal claim of myself my heirs and so forth forever and from legal claim of myself my heirs and so forth forever and from the legal claim of all and every person or persons whatsoever. In witness hereof I have this day and date above written set my name and affixed my seal
JAMES RONEY {Seal}
Signed sealed and
Delivered in the
Presence of ___
State of Tennessee Sumner County Circuit Court April Term 1816
The within deed of bargain & sale between JAMES RONEY of the one part and MOSES CAVITTT of the other part for 327 acres of land was duly acknowledged in Open Court by the said JAMES RONEY the bargainer & ordered to be Registered.
A Copy Test
A.B. SHELBY clerk of said Court
Registered & Exam'd 10th May 1816
JAMES DOUGLASS Register
By ROBERT CROCKETT Deputy
Register of Sumner County

Cavitt, Thomas
West of Tennessee River Non-Military Patents, Calloway County, KY, Patent #2880, Receipt #4846, January 3, 1825, Grant Book 5, Grant Page 63: Receipt: Robert Anderson, Assignees: Thomas Gray & Thomas Cavitt. Quarter Section: NW, Township: 2, Range 3, East.
11  12  13  JOHN BREATHITT, Esq. Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. To All To Whom These Presents Shall Come, Greetings: Know Ye, That by virtue and in consideration of the sum of forty dollars paid into the Receiver’s Office at Waidsboro, agreeably to an Act of Assembly, approved the third day of January, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-five, there is granted by the said Commonwealth, unto THOMAS CAVITT afore of THOMAS GRAY who was afore of ROBERT ANDERSON the North West quarter of section eleven township two Range three East containing one hundred and sixty acres. With its appurtenances: To have and to hold the said tract of parcel of land, with its appurtenances, to the said THOMAS CAVITT and his heirs forever. In witness whereof, the said JOHN BREATHITT, Esq. of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, hath hereunto set his hand, and caused the Seal of the said Commonwealth to be affixed, at Frankfort, on the eighth day of December in the year of our lord, one thousand eight hundred and thirty two, and of the Commonwealth the forty first. By the Governor, JOHN BREATHITT, S. SANDERS, Secretary.

Calloway Co., KY General Index to Deeds, Book 1, 1822-1867:
1836 THOMAS CAVITT grantor to D. S. THOMAS grantee land, $250, Mar./Nov. 3(?), book B, pg. 390.
1839 THOMAS CAVITT grantor to JAMES BRUSH grantee land, $300, Mar. 2, book C, pg. 295(?).
1839 THOMAS CAVITT grantor to B. CULNES or CULNER grantee land, $250, Apr. 19, book C, pg. 320 or 330.

Chunn, Henry B.
Calloway County, KY, General Index to Deeds, Book 1, 1822-1867:
1853 HENRY CHUNN grantee from J. D. LEECH grantor, land, $400, Jun. 25, book H, page 72.

Chunn, Sylvester
Richmond County, NC, Deed Book C, Page 122, September 21, 1789:
JAMES SMITH, JR. & CONSTANCE (SMITH) to SYLVESTER CHUNN This indenture made the 21st day of September in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Nine between JAMES SMITH, JR. and CONSTANCE, his wife of the County of Richmond, State of North Carolina on the one part, SYLVESTER CHUNN of the same place of the other part. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds specie to him in hand paid by the said SYL. CHUNN the recording whereof he doth hereby acknowledge have bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed, and confirmed by these presents do bargain, sell, alien and confirm unto the said SYL. CHUNN his heirs and assigns forever part of several tracts of land lying and being in the county aforesaid on the waters of Little Buffalo running from the beginning at a hickory on the north branch of said Little Buffalo running thence north ten degrees last ‘till it intersects RICHARD POWELL’s line then with it ‘till it intersects the second line of a survey of six hundred and forty acres granted to THOMAS MEGGINSON near where said lines of Bosticks Road running thence east with said 2nd line to CHARLES ROBINSON’s second line of a fifty acre tract then with said line reverse to a red or turkey oak said to be WALTER’s corner thence south with WALTER’s line to the cotton pen branch then a straight line to a stake in the old road under the hills at the corner of SIL. CHUNN’s fence thence along the edge of the low ground under the hills to a small white oak by the path leading from SYL. CHUNNS to the ford of Little River thence north and west twenty poles to a small sweet gum and two hickory on the bank of Little Buffalo then down the creek to the beginning supposed to contain two hundred and fifty acres more or less with all woods, waters, mines, minerals, tenements and appurtenances to the said SYLVESTER CHUNN for his heirs and assigns forever and the said JAMES SMITH and wife for themselves, their heirs and assigns will warrant and forever by these presents defend the land and premises unto the said SYLVESTER CHUNN his heirs and assigns forever from all person or persons claiming any right, title or interest while the said JAMES SMITH and wife have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of: BENJAMIN SMITH, JAMES SMITH, SR., MARY WARD, JAMES SMITH, JR. (Seal). Richmond County April Court 1791 then the within deed was acknowledged in open court ordered to be registered. Testator WM. LOVE.

Deed Book C, 168, November 23, 1790:
JAMES SMITH, JR. to JAMES SMITH, SR. and wife SARAH SMITH, SR., and MARY WARD JAMES SMITH, JR., of Richmond County North Carolina to JAMES SMITH, SR. and his wife SARAH SMITH SR., for fifty pounds, that part and parcel of land below the branch that runs through the field and begins at the back of a line of a hundred acre survey granted said JAMES SMITH, JR., up the canal, touching the line to WALTER LEAK's line and after the death of JAMES SMITH, SR. and his wife SARAH SMITH, SR., that MARY WARD enjoy all the land … during her present situation but should she return to her husband or marry after the death of her husband that the before mentioned land revert to JAMES SMITH, JR. 23 November 1790. Signed: JAMES SMITH, JR. Witnesses: JAMES TURNER, BENJAMIN SMITH, SIL (X) CHUNN, Testator: WM. LOVE.

Deed Book G, 291, November 18, 1802:
JAMES SMITH, to SYLVESTER CHUNN for 100 pounds lawful money, tract of land, originally granted to TILMAN HELM, waters of Buffalo Creek, line of SQUIRE ROBINSONS where white oak formerly stood, corner ROBINSON's land, Indian graves, THOMAS MEGGINSON's line containing 100 acres. 18 November 1802. Signed: JAMES SMITH, Witnesses: BENJAMIN SMITH, CHARLES SMITH, Testator: WM. P. LEAK.

Deed Book G, 306, October 19, 1807:
JOHN and CHARLES SMITH to ARTHUR ROBINSON all of Richmond County, NC for eight hundred dollars, parcel of land east side of Little River, corner of JAMES SMITH's fence, to JOHN SMITH's line, CHARLES SMITH's line, to the canal, THOMAS MEGGINSON's line, SYLVESTER CHUNN's corner, Little Buffalo Creek. 19 October 1807. Signed: JOHN SMITH, CHARLES SMITH, Witnesses: JAMES SMITH, MURRY ROBINSON, Testator: WM. P. LEAK.

Clark, William Haywood
WILLIAM CLARK owned 160 acres on Rock House Creek, Hickman County, KY. 

Colley (Collie), William Thomas
Sebastian County, AR, Federal Land Records:
Name: COLLEY, THOMAS; Sec No: 6; T: 5N; R: 30W; Acres: 40; Date: 1888/12/29

Darnall, Issac
Virginia Deeds
7 Feb., 1735, In Spotsylvania County, VA, ISSAC DARNALL purchased 200 acres of land, a part of a patent granted to JOHN CHEW on 4 Jun., 1726.

3 Oct., 1757, ISAAC DARNALL conveyed 50 acres in St. George's Parish to his son HENRY DARNALL.

25 Nov., 1760, ISAAC DARNALL sold the remaining 150 acres of land to NICHOLAS DARNALL of Caroline Co., VA.

Duncan, Jesse
Shelby County, KY, Deed Indexes 1792-1838 and 1838-1871/8
(grantor Vol.1-2 on FHL film 259,225; grantee Vol.3-4 on FHL film 259,226)

I-217: JESSE DUNCAN to CHESLEY GLOVER and JAMES ANDERSON, 24 October, 1807.

Shelby County, KY, Deed (FHL film 259,231)
I-217: 24 October, 1807, JESSE DUNCAN at this time of the Co. of Buckingham but who is about to remove to State of KY, to CHESLEY GLOVER and JAMES ANDERSON of Co. of Buckingham who are also about to remove to KY, mortgage of negroes, recorded Buckingham Co, VA, 14 Dec. 1807. Wit. ROLFE ELDRIDGE, B. GAINES, WILLIAM GLOVER, JESSE GLOVER, EDMUND GLOVER JR. Rec. Shelby Co., KY, 17 Oct. 1808.

Edwards, Henry C. (died 1919)
Henry County, TN, Deed Index, Vol. A-12, 1822-1908, TN State Archives (reel #108):
1873-1878 Grantor: EDWARDS, H. C., Grantee: W. R. or T. EDWARDS, Book T, Page 727

Edwards, Joseph T.
Henry County, TN, Deed Index, Vols. A-12, 1822-1908, TN State Archives (reel #108):
Grantor SANDERE, ANDREW / Grantee J. T. EDWARDS / Book N / Page 361
Grantor FREEMAN, J. W. / Grantee J. T. EDWARDS / Book N / Page 786

Elliott, Allen J.
Minutes of Stewart County Court, Book C, April 1829 - May1836:
Gift Deed from JOHN PINNER to ALLAN ELLIOTT;  86 acres, April 21, 1824 (John Pinner was Allan's father-in-law.)

Elliott, Benjamin Blakely
KY Land Grants, Vol. 1, Chapter VI, KY Land Warrants (1816-1873), February 3, 1825,
The Counties of KY, Book Q, page 540:
14  15  16  Benjamin B. Elliott acquired 50 acres in Trigg Co., KY on Salem Creek.

17  18  Stewart County, TN, Deed, Vol. 1, 1800-1847, Book 9, Page 216, February 15, 1831:
This Indenture made this 15th day of February one thousand Eight hundred and thirty one between ABSOLUM FRANKLIN of Stewart County and State of Tennessee on the one part and BENJAMIN ELLIOTT of the same County and State of the other part witnesseth that said ABSOLOM FRANKLIN hath this day in consequence of him being his son inlaw given and by these presents doth give release and confirm unto the said BENJAMIN ELLIOTT his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land situated lying and being in the County & State aforesaid.  Containing sixty three acres and bounded as follows (to wit) Beginning at a white Oak at the head of the Spring Thence north forty five deg. West twenty one poles to a white Oak Thence north sixty one deg. West twenty six poles to an ash Thence north forty two West thirty four poles to a Sugar tree Thence north eight degs. West thirty four poles to a Hickory and Red Elm Thence north thirty two degs. West twenty five poles to a Poplar Thence south twenty two degs. West fifty four poles to the Spring runs Thence north seventy nine degs. West fifty four poles to a white oak man GEORGE WIMBERLY’s Thence north twenty six poles to the Beginning together with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging in and to said ABSOLUM FRANKLIN for himself his heirs Executors and Administrators will warrant and forever defend the above mentioned sixty three acres of land No. the said BENJAMIN ELLIOTT his heirs and assigns forever and my heirs only the same on any part thereof the ___ where of I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my Seal this day and year above written. ABSALOM FRANKLIN.  Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of
JO P. WIMBERLY, Surat.
HENRY KING, Surat.
GEORGE WIMBERLY.
State of Tennessee, Stewart County Court, July term 1832. This deed was proven in open court by the oaths of JO P. WIMBERLY and GEORGE WIMBERLY Subscribing witnesses thereto and the same was ordered to be registered. Test W. WILLIAMS, Clerk of Stewart County Court. Registered July 16th 1832.

Trigg County, KY, Deed, January 5, 1832:
This Indenture made and entered into this fifth day of January eighteen hundred and thirty two between ROBERT FULLERTON of the County of Pike and State of Missouri, by his attorney, JOHN CARR of the County of Stewart and State of Tennessee of the one part, BENJAMIN B. ELLIOTT of the County of Trigg and State of Kentucky, of the other part Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the sum of seventy five dollars to him in hand paid by the said B.B. ELLIOTT doth give, grant, bargain and sell unto said B.B. ELLIOTT his heirs assigns a certain piece or parcel of land containing twenty five acres more or less. Beginning on a white oak near the mouth of the spring branch in the State line thence North seventy three Deg. West fifty four poles to a white oak, thence North 10 Deg West with the line formerly GEORGE WIMBERLY's to a stake where ROBERT FULLERTON's ---? the same thence Eastwardly to a Stake the dividing line between said B.B. ELLIOTT and SAMUEL KENNEDY, thence with the said line to a white oak  at the head of the spring, thence with the main channel of the spring branch to the beginning. To Have and to Hold the aforesaid bargained premises with all and every its appurtenances to the said B.B. ELLIOTT his heirs and assigns to their proper use and benefit and belong to him the said B.B. ELLIOTT his heirs and assigns forever, and the said ROBERT FULLERTON by his attorney from his heirs, the aforesaid bargains land and premises with its appurtenances to the said B.B. ELLIOTT his heirs and assigns shall and will warrant and forever defend against the claims or claims of all and every other person or persons--In witness whereof the said JOHN CARR, attorney, hath hereunto set his hand and seal the  day and year above written.
Signed, Sealed and delivered in presence of
SAMUEL KENNADY
JOHNSON BLAKELY
ROBERT FULLERTON (Seal)
By JOHN CARR (Seal)
his attorney, in fact
I WILLIAM CANNON, Clerk of the County Court of the County aforesaid, do hereby certify, that this deed from ROBERT FULLERTON by his attorney in fact JOHN CARR, to BENJAMIN B. ELLIOTT, was on this day produced to me, in my office, and acknowledged by said JOHN CARR to be his act and deed. Wherefore said deed together with this certificate hath been duly admitted to record in my office. Given under my hand this 28th. day of May, 1832. Signed: WILL CANNON, C. T.

Trigg County, KY, Land Patent, Book 1, Page 64, Survey 3195, October 31, 1838:
Surveyed for KAIN A. MCCAUGHAN
35 acres of land in Trigg County, on Saline creek, By virtue of that part of Land Warrant No. 2, which issued from the County Court Clerks Office for the County on the 29th day of October 1838, Beginning at a Black Oak the N. W. corner of 25 acres on which BLAKELY B. ELLIOT LIVES.  There with its ___ East 50 poles to a ___ & an Ash in a hollow.  Thence up to hollow N35 NN33 poles to a Triple pronged Sugar tree.  Thence N3N N33 poles to an Elm.  Thence N32 ½ NN26 poles to a leaning Poplar.  Thence N87 ½ NN92 poles to a Black Oak on the West side of a ____.  Thence S41E 112 poles to the Beginning.  Oct. 31st 1838.  KAIN A. MCCAUGHAN, S.J.C., S. KENADY & B. B. ELLIOTT, wit & C.C., K. A. MCCAUGHAN.

Elliott, James B.
19  20  21  Graves County, KY, Deed, October 7, 1853:
This Indenture made this 18th day of March 1853 Between JAMES B. ELLIOTT and WILLIAM ELLIOTT both of Graves County Kentucky. Witnesseth, That the paid JAMES B. ELLIOTT for and in Consideration of the sum of One hundred fifty dollars in hand paid, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, both granted, bargained and sold and by these presents doth grant, bargain and sell unto the paid WILLIAM ELLIOTT his heirs and assigns.  The East half of the North East quarter of Section 17, Township Three, Range Two, East containing and estimation 80 acres and the same more or less, paid land lying and ___ in paid Graves County on the waters of Mayfield Creek. To Have and to Hold paid tract of land and its appurtenances unto the paid WILLIAM ELLIOTT his heirs and assigns forever. And the paid JAMES B. ELLIOTT for himself his heirs to the above described tract of land and appurtenances with the paid WILLIAM ELLIOTT his heirs or assigns against the claims of all persons, Whatsoever, debt and will forever Warrant and defend by these presents.  In Witness Whereof the paid JAMES B. ELLIOTT together with MARY A. his wife who hereby relinquishes her right of dower to the land coveyed by this deed hath hereunto set their hands and seals, the date first written.
JAMES B. (x) ELLIOTT, Seal
MARY A. (x) ELLIOTT, Seal
Kentucky
Graves County Sct.
I WILLIAM BEADLES, Clerk of the County Court for the County aforesaid do certify that this deed from JAMES B. ELLIOTT and MARY A. his wife to WILLIAM ELLIOT was on the 18th day of March, 1853 acknowledged before me by the said JAMES B. ELLIOTT and on the 5th Instant by the paid MARY A. ELLIOTT to be their act and deed for the purposes therein mentioned.  Whereupon paid Deed and this certificate hath been duly recorded in my office.  Given under my hand this 7th day of October, 1853. WM BEADLES C.G.C.C.
State of Kentucky
County of Graves Sct.
I H. A. COULTER, Clerk of the County Court in and for aforesaid County and State hereby certify that the foregoing Deed from JAMES B. and MARY A. ELLIOTT to WM ELLIOTT was on Jany. 16th, 1900 lodged in my office for re-record and I have re-recorded same and the foregoing and made a record of this my certificate in my office. This Jany. 24th, 1900. H. A. COULTER, C.G.C.C.

Elliott, Jonathan R.
Stewart County, TN, Deed, Book G 7, Page 44, May, 1823:
This indenture made and entered into this the 18th day of November 1820, between WILLIAM FORD of the county of Stewart and State of Tennessee of the one part and JONATHAN ELLIOTT of the county and state aforesaid of the other part, witnesseth: That the said WILLIAM FORD for and in consideration of the sum of Two hundred and fifty dollars to him in hand paid by the said JONATHAN ELLIOTT the receipt where of is hereby acknowledged hath given granted bargained sold aliened enfeoffed conveyed and confirmed unto the said JONATHAN ELLIOTT his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract of parcel of land situated lying and being in the county of Stewart and state of Tennessee on the north side of Cumberland River on the waters of Saline Creek: Begins on a white oak and Spanish oak running east 90 poles to a white oak, thence north 120 poles to LEVI WIMBERLY’s northwest corner, thence west 90 poles to a dogwood, thence due south to the beginning, containing 60 acres more or less.  To the proper use and behalf of him the said JONATHAN ELLIOTT his heirs and assigns forever and the said WILLIAM FORD for himself his heirs executors administrators doth covenant and agree with the said Jonathan Elliott his heirs and assigns that the before recited land and bargained premises he will warrant and forever defend against the right title interest or claims of all and every person whatsoever. In witness the said WILLIAM FORD hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year above written.  Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of GEORGE WIMBERLY
ELIJAH FLETCHER
LEVI WIMBERLY
WILLIAM FORD (Seal).
State of Tennessee, Stewart County Court, May term 1823. The within deed of conveyance was proved in open court by the oath of GEORGE WIMBERLY LEVI WIMBERLY subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered. Test ROBERT COOPER, Clerk of Stewart County Court. Registered June 5th 1822.

Stewart County, TN Deed, Vol. 1 1800-1847
Grantor:  William Ford
Grantee:  Jonathan Elliott
Book:  7, Page:  44, Book G (7):
William FORD to Jonathan ELLIOTT, 60a on Saline Creek, adj. Levi WIMBERLY's NW corner; wit:  George WIMBERLY, Elijah FLETCHER, Levi WIMBERLY; 18 Nov 1820

Stewart County, TN Deed, Book G 7, Page 44, May, 1823:
FREDERICK TAYLOR to ISAAC TAYLOR, 100a on McCARROLL Fork of Saline Creek, adj. MANN PHILLIPS E bou.; wit:  HENRY PUGH, JONATHAN ELLIOTT; 9 Jan 1824

Elliott, John Wesley
Graves County, KY, Deed, May 17, 1896:
For the Consideration of the sum of Fifty Dollars, paid, and to be paid as follows, viz: Cash in hand Dollars in hand paid, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged and .... We, J. W. ELLIOTT and wife, A. E. ELLIOTT have sold and hereby convey, with covenant of General  warranty, to CHARLEY ELLIOTT the following described real estate lying in Graves County, Kentucky, viz: Being part of the North East quarter of section 17. Township 3. Range 2 East the following described real Estate lying in Graves County Kentucky Being 1/9 interest in the lands of WILLIAM ELLIOTT deceis after the widower dower Being Eighty acres more or less sold to WILLIAM ELLIOTT by JAMES ELLIOTT and wife lying on the waters of Mayfield Creek. To Have and to Hold said real estate and the appurtenances thereunto belonging unto said CHARLEY ELLIOTT heirs and assigns forever, a lien being hereby retained on the property herein conveyed to secure payment of unpaid purchase price.  In Witness Whereof, we, said J. W. ELLIOTT and wife A. E. ELLIOTT hereunto set our hands, relinquishing our respective rights to courtesy or dower and homestead exemption in and to said real estate, this the 17 day of May 1896.
J. W. (x his mark) ELLIOTT
A. E. ELLIOTT

Graves County, KY, Deed, January 17, 1900:
For the Consideration of the sum of One hundred Dollars, in hand paid, the receipt of which is hereby               acknowledged, We, J. W. ELLIOTT and wife, ANNIE E. ELLIOTT have sold and hereby convey, with covenant  of General warranty, to CHARLES ELLIOTT, the following described real estate lying in Graves County, Kentucky viz: Being the 2/9 undivided interest in and--East half of the N.E. quarter of Sec 17, T3, R 2E, Containing 80 acres of ___ more or less and being same land conveyed to WILLIAM ELLIOTT by JAMES B. ELLIOTT by deed of date March 18th 1853, Said 2/9 interest herein Conveyed being the 1/9 interest each of NANCY E. MILLER, JOSEPHINE LAY and Conveyed to  same J. W. ELLIOTT by NANCY E.&  A. F. MILLER by deed of date January 16th 1900.  To Have and to Hold said real estate and the  appurtenances thereunto belonging unto said CHARLES ELLIOTT his heirs and assigns forever.  In Witness Whereof, We, said J. W. ELLIOTT and wife ANNIE E. ELLIOT hereunto set our hands, relinquishing our respective rights to courtesy or dower and homestead exemption in and to said real estate, this the 17 day of January 1900.
J.W.  (x his mark) ELLIOTT
ANNIE E. ELLIOTT

(Elliott) Bean, Lilly Mae
Graves County, KY Deed between LILLIE MAY ELLIOTT and CHARLIE ELLIOTT:
For the Consideration of the sum of Fifty Dollars, to be paid, as follows, viz: Fifty dollars due and payable one day after date, bearing interest at 6% from date evidenced by note being dated January 25, 1900 executed by CHARLIE ELLIOTT to LILIE MAY BEAN.

We, DEMPSEY BEAN and wife, LILLIE MAY BEAN have sold and hereby convey, with covenant of General warranty, to CHARLIE ELLIOTT the following described real estate lying in graves County, Kentucky, viz: Being one nineth 1/9 undivided interest in and to the east half of the N.E. qr of Section 17,  T 3, R2# containing 80 acres more or less, the part herein conveyed being my 1/9 undivided interest in & to said 80 acre tract.

To Have and to Hold said real estate and the appurtenances thereunto belonging unto said CHARLIE ELLIOTT his heirs and assigns forever, a lien being hereby retained on the property herein conveyed to secure payment of the unpaid purchase price.  Witness Whereof, We, said DEMPSEY BEAN and wife LILLIE MAY BEAN hereunto set our hands, relinquishing our respective rights to courtesy or dower and homestead exemption in and to said real estate, this the 25th day of January 1900.
LILLIE MAY (x her mark) BEAN
DEMPSEY BEAN
Witness: C.W. WILSON

State of Kentucky,  Sct.
County of Graves
I, H.A. COULTER Clerk of the County Court in and for the County and state aforesaid, certify that this Deed from DEMPSEY BEAN and wife LILLIE MAY BEAN to CHARLIE ELLIOtt was acknowledged before me, in said County, by DEMPSEY BEAN and LILLIE MAY BEAN an the 25 day of January 1900, to be their act and deed; all of which is hereby certified to the proper office for record, this 25 day of January 1900.
H.A. COULTER C.G.C.C.
O.T. GEORGE

State of Kentucky,  Sct.
County of Graves
I, H.A. COULTER Clerk of the County Court in and for the County and State aforesaid, certify that this Deed from DEMPSEY BEAN and wife LILLIE MAY BEAN to CHARLIE ELLIOTT was lodged in my office for record January 25, 1900 and the same and the foregoing and this certificate have been duly recorded in my office, this the 27 day of January 1900.
H.A. COULTER CC.G.C.C.

Written in the left margin:
The note herein has been paid and the lien herein is released in full, this June 23, 1902.
LILLIE MAY (x her mark) BEAN
Att: HALESUTEN CAYCE
By WOU_SON DC

(Elliott) Wilson, Louisa Jane
Graves County, KY, Deed, October 7, 1905:
This contract made and entered into this Oct 7th 1905 by and between CHARLEY ELLIOTT of the first part and L J ELLIOTT party of the second part, Witnesseth the second party has this day sold & ____ to CHARLEY ELLIOTT her life interest in and, to the home place owned by WILLIAM ELLIOTT at the time of his death same being situated in Graves Co Ky same  being 80 acres of land more or less being bounded on the north by JIM PRYOR and the East by SW Hamilton on the South by WM MALONE & on the West by JB ELLIOTT same being owned by her as Dower or homestead from her husband WM ELLIOTT, for which the same CHARLEY ELLIOTT agrees and binds himself to pay to the said L J ELLIOTT the sum of Twenty five dollars per year for the balance of her natural life the same payable annually which he binds himself heirs & assigns to pay and in Event he or his heirs or assigns fails to make said payment when due the said L J ELLIOTT may at her option rescind this contract and reenter and take possession of said land, This Oct. 7, 1905,
CHARLEY ELLIOTT
L J (x her mark) ELLIOTT
Witness W J WEBB
Recorded April 24, 1906
H A COULTER
By OL CLASON D.C.
Written in the left margin: The yearly payment of $25.00 described herein for L. J. ELLIOTT now HARRILL having been paid in full the same is hereby released April 18, 1908  Signed L.J. (x her mark) HARWELL 
J. T. HOREOELL Att, H. A. COULTER Clerk, By C. B. HOWARD D.C.

(Elliott) Phipps, Mary Jane (sister of Charlie Elliott)
Graves County, KY, Deed, March 15, 1897:
For the Consideration of the sum of Fifty Dollars paid, and to be paid as follows, viz: Fifty   in hand paid, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged and ... We, M.G. PHIPPS and wife, MARY PHIPPS have sold and hereby convey, with covenant of General warranty, to CHARLEY ELLOTT the following described real estate lying in Graves County, Kentucky.  Being the 1/9 undivided interest of said M.G. PHIPPS and wife MARY PHIPPS in and to their half of the N.E. quarter of section 17, T.3, R.2 containing 80 acres more or less said interest inherited from my father WILLIAM ELLOTT & subject to my mother’s life dowry.  To Have and to Hold said real estate and the appurtenances thereunto belonging unto said CHARLEY ELLOTT his heirs and assigns forever being hereby retained on the property herein conveyed to secure payment of the unpaid purchase price.  In Witness Whereof, we, said M.G. PHIPPS and wife MARY PHIPPS hereunto set our hands, relinquishing our respective rights to courtesy or dower and homestead exemption to said real estate, this the 15th day of March 1897.
M.G. PHIPPS
MARY PHIPPS
STATE OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY OF GRAVES, Sct.
I, J.T. GEORGE, Clerk of the County Court in and for the County and State aforesaid, certify that this Deed, from M.G. PHIPPS and wife MARY PHIPPS on the 15 day of March 1897, to be their act and deed; all is hereby certified to the proper office for record, this the 15 day of March 1897.
STATE OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY OF GRAVES, Sct.
I, J.T. GEORGE, Clerk of the County Court in and for the County and State aforesaid, certify that this Deed, from M.G. PHIPPS and wife to CHARLEY ELLOTT was lodged with me for record March 30th 1897 and same and the foregoing and this certificate have been duly recorded in my office, this the ? day of April 1897.

Elliott, William
1853 Deed between J.B. ELLIOTT and WILLIAM ELLIOTT – Graves County, KY:
This Indenture made this 18th day of March 1853 Between JAMES B. ELLIOTT and WILLIAM ELLIOTT of Graves County, Kentucky.
Witnesseth, That the said JAMES B. ELLIOTT, for and in Consideration of the sum of One Hundred fifty dollars in hand paid. the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, hath granted, bargained and sold and by these presents doth grant, bargain and sell unto the said WILLIAM ELLIOTT his heirs and assigns The East half of the North East quarter of Section 17. Township, Three, Range Two, East containing an estimation 80 acres be the same more or less, said land lying & being in said Graves County on the waters of Mayfield Creek. To Have and to Hold said tract of land and the appurtenances unto the paid WILLIAM ELLIOTT his heirs & assigns forever.
And the said JAMES B. ELLIOTT for himself his heirs & the above described tract of land & appurtenances unto the said WILLIAM ELLIOTT his heirs or assigns the claims of all persons. Whatsoever, doth and will forever Warrent and defend by these present. In Witness whereof the said JAMES B. ELLIOTT together with MARY. A. his wife, who hereby relinquishes his right of dower to the land, conveyed by this deed hath hereunto set their hands and seals the date first written.
JAMES B (x his mark) ELLIOTT
MARY A. ELLIOTT

Kentucky
Graves County Sct.
I, WILLIAM BEADLES, Clerk of the County Court of the County aforesaid, do Certify that the deed from JAMES B. ELLIOTT & MARY A. his wife to WILLIAM ELLIOTT was on the 18th. day of March, 1853 acknowledged before me by the Same JAMES B ELLIOTT and on the 5th Instant by the said MARY A. ELLIOTT to be their act and deed for the purpose therein mentioned.
Whereupon said Deed and this Certificate hath been duly recorded in my office.
Given under my hand this 7th. day of October 1853.
H.B. COULTER, D. C.

Flood, John
Virginia Deed, March, 1730
22  John Flood acquired 295 acres in Virginia for the sum of 30 Shillings. Borders John Miller, Anthony Miller, William Allen, Anthony Sevillens, and John Allen.

Flood, William Henry
Deed – Grantee W. H. FLOOD 60 acres from grantor HERMAN C. WEST, Book 16, page 394.

Franklin, Absolom, Sr.
Stewart County, TN, Deed, Book O 6, Page 469, December 20, 1821:
GEORGE WIMBERLY to ABSOLOM FRANKLIN, 127 acres on Saline Creek, adj. JOHN SCOTT, HENRY POWELL, wit:  BUCKNER SHELTON, STEPHEN FRANKLIN; 20 Dec 1821

23  24  Stewart County, TN, Deed, February 15, 1831:
This Indenture made this 15th day of February one thousand Eight hundred and thirty one between ABSOLUM FRANKLIN of Stewart County and State of Tennessee on the one part and SAMUEL CANADY of the same County and State of the other part witnesseth that said ABSOLOM FRANKLIN hath this day in consequence of him being his soninlaw given and by these presents doth give release and confirm unto the said SAMUEL CANADY his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land situation lying and being in the County & State aforesaid.  Containing sixty acres and bounded as follows (to wit) Beginning at a white Oak near GEORGE  WIMBERLY Thence south seventy Thence East fifty four poles to a white oak near the mouth of this Spring Branch Thence up the branch with the ___ there of to the head of the spring to a white oak Thence north forty five dg. West seventy one poles to a white oak Thence north sixty one dg. West twenty six poles to an ash Thence north thirty two dgs. West thirty four poles to a sugartree Thence north eight dgs. West thirty four poles to a hickory and a ___ Thence north thirty two dg. West to a popular on the back line Thence east eighty eight poles to a stake Thence south to the beginning together with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging in and to said ABSOLUM FRANKLIN for himself his heirs Executors and Administrators will warrant and forever defend the above mentioned sixty four acres of land to the said SAMUEL CANADY his heirs and assigns forever and my heirs only the same on any part thereof in ___ where of I have unto set my hand and affixed my Seal this day and year above written.
ABSALOM FRANKLIN
JO P. WIMBERLY, Surat,
HENRY KING, Surat.
State of Tennessee, Stewart County Court, May term 1831. This deed of conveyance from Absolom Franklin and Samuel Kenedy for 64 acres of land was proven in open court by the oaths of JO P. WIMBERLY and HENRY KING Subscribing witnesses thereto and the same ordered to be certified for registered. Test W. WILLIAMS. Registered July 28th 1831.