Carroll County Land Deed
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The following douments were thaken fom Carrol County Court record
books and are unedited documents.
Know al men by these present that I William Auvenshine & wife
Elizabeth Auvenshine of Carroll County Tenn of the first part have this
day bargained & sold unto J. L. Fields for & in consideration of
the sum of five hundred & ten dollars to me in hand paid the recit
of which I hereby acknowledge I have this day bargain
& sold to J.L. Fields a certain piece or parcel land lying in the 16
civil dis of Carroll County Tenn & on the waters of Cherry Creek containing
fifty acres be the same more or less & bordered as follows.
Beginning on the South East corner of the same at a stake the North East
corner of A. Phillips ,with black jack pts. thence North with J.T. Paces
west boundary 103 poles to a stake the South corner of Thomas A. French
with post oak & & black jack pts. thence West with said French
s South boundary 7.4 poles to a rock in the Crutchfild old field, thence
South 112 poles to a stake with pointers, thence East 75 poles to the beginning.)To
have & to hold the same unto the J. L. Fields his heirs & as-signs
forever. We do convenant with the said J.L. Fields first that we are lawfully
seized & possessed of said land. Second that we have the right to convey
said land & third that we war-rant & defend the title to said land
to J.L. Fields his heirs & as-signs forever. Wi my hand & seal
this Oct the 29 1878.
State of Tennessee Carroll County
This day personally appeared before me E. Falkner Clerk of the County
Court of said county William Auvenshine the barainer, with whom I am personally
acquainted, and who acknowledge that he executed the foregoing and attached
deed,( or instrument ), for all the proposes therein contained upon the
day the same bear date
And Elizabeth Auvenshine wife of the said William
Auven-shine having appeared before one privately and apart from her said
husband, acknowledged the same to have been made by her fully voluntarily
and understanding, without compulsion or constraint from her said husband,
and for the purpose therein expired.
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