Madison County, Georgia
Deed Book BDE
1818-1828

Pages 100-199

 

page 101   Madison Co., Ga.: 23 Jan 1819, Burrell Orr to Berry Hendrick, both of Madison Co., for $300, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Broad River, 300 acres, adj. William Thompson & others, beg. pine cor., N45W 85 ch. to post oak cor., N45E to pine cor., S45E to Willson’s old corner being a pine, N20W to beg., part of a 600 acres surveyed for Richard Powell. (signed) Burrell Orr. Wit: William Daniel, Jessee Clements, J.P. Rec. 6 Feb 1819.

page 101   Ga.: 31 Oct 1817, John Caruth to Valentine and James Murrow, all of Madison Co., Ga., for $180, tract in Madison Co., part of a tract orig. granted to Lewis Sewell, thence from him to John Carruth for 300 acres, beg. hickory cor., S65W 37 ch. to post oak cor., S25E 35 ch. to stake on William Cleghorn’s line, with Cleghorn’s line N65E 37 ch. to hickory, N25W to beg.,119 acres. (signed) John Caruth. Wit: Nat. Hale, John (x) Murrow, John Claghorn, J.P. Rec. 6 Feb 1819.

page 102   Madison Co., Ga.: 13 Jan 1818, Isham Pearce to William Sanders, for $180, 150 acres on waters of Broad River on Little Scull Shoal Creek, beg. black gum cor., N to post oak, E to creek, up creek to first branch on the south side, up branch to head, strate course south to the side line, along side line to hickory, to beg. (signed) Isham (x) Pearce. Wit: Mark Manner, William Manner. Proved by William Manner 17 Oct 1818, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec: 6 Feb 1819.

page 103   Hancock Co., Ga.: 1 Feb 1819, Duke Hamilton of Hancock Co., Ga. to John Hopkins of Madison Co., for $400, 551 acres in Madison Co., beg. pine, E 82 ch. to red oak, N 37 ch. to stake, N88W 65 ch. to post oak, N10E 65 ch. to pine, S65W 33 ch. to post oak, S10W 45 ch. to red oak, S4E 61 ch. to beg. (signed) Duke Hamilton. Wit: Doctor W. Thomas, Thomas Foster, J.P. Rec. 8 Feb 1819.

page 104   Madison Co., Ga.: 13 Sep 1818, James Long to Peter Smith & Burrell Orr, all of Madison Co., for $75, tract in Madison Co., bounded by village of Danielsville on one side, on one other side by Mitchell & Crowder, on the other side by said James Long, 4 acres, beg. on the road leading from Daniels Ferry at a stake cor., S10W 19 ch. 50 links to stake cor. on the line of the 50 acres laid off for the village of Danielsville, along line N64W 5 ch. 24 links to stake cor. on the road, along road N27E 18 ch. 50 links to beg. (signed) James Long. Wit: John McGower, John Richardson, Jessee Clements, J.P. Rec. 8 Feb 1819.

page 105   Madison Co., Ga.: 3 Oct 1818, Robert Groves to James Long, both of Madison Co., for $400, tract in Madison Co. on South Fork of Broad River, 530 acres, adj. Matthew Talbot, James Griffith & others, beg. pine cor., S50E 10 ch. to post oak cor., S40W 10 ch. to pine cor., S50E 65 ch. to post oak cor., 40E 70 ch. to post oak cor., N50W 85 ch. to post oak cor., S40W 17 ch. to hickory cor., S50E 10 ch. to maple or sugar tree cor., S40W 42 ch. to beg. (signed) Robert Groves. Wit: Burrell Orr, John Richardson, Jessee Clements, J.P. Rec. 8 Feb 1819.

page 106   Ga.: 26 Feb 1819, Daniel Orr of Madison Co., Ga. to Welcome Allen of Richmond Co., Ga., city of Augusta, for $2650, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Broad River, 193 acres adj. said Orr, William Atcherson & others, beg. post oak cor., N39E 8 ch. to pine cor., E 50 ch. to red oak cor., S 15 ch. 25 links to red oak cor., E 13 ch. 50 links to hickory cor., S5W 26 ch. to white oak cor., S60W 12 ch. 25 links to pine cor., S30W 20 ch. to post oak cor., N48W 31 ch. 50 links to pine cor., N30E 9 ch. to hickory, along Robert Orr’s line to beg. (signed) Daniel Orr. Wit: Burrell Orr, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 26 Feb 1819.

page 107   Madison Co., Ga.: 2 Dec 1817, Alexander Thompson to John H. Baugh, both of Madison Co., for $120, Lot No. 8 in village of Danielsville, acre. (signed) Alexander Thompson. Wit: Benjm. Borum, Joseph Vinson, Edward Ware. Proved by Benjm. Borum 1 Mar 1819, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 2 Mar 1819.

page 108   Ga.: 1 Mar 1819, Allen Daniel, Zachariah Gholston, Bozeman Adair, James Eberhart & James Sanders, commissioners of Madison Co., to John H. Baugh of Madison Co., the highest bidder, Lot No. 22 in village of Danielsville, for $25. (signed) Allen Daniel, James Eberhart, Zachariah Gholston, Bozeman Adair, James Sanders, commissioners. Wit: William Sanders, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 2 Mar 1819.

page 109   Ga.: 1 Mar 1819, Zachariah Gholston, Allen Daniel, Bozeman Adair, James Eberhart & James Sanders, commissioners of Madison Co., to John H. Baugh of Madison Co., the highest bidder, Lot No. 40 in village of Danielsville, for $25. (signed) James Eberhart, James Sanders, Zachariah Gholston, Bozeman Adair, Allen Daniel, commissioners. Wit: William Sanders, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 2 Mar 1819.

page 110   Ga.: 19 Jul 1816, William McKie of Jackson Co., Ga. to Peter Smith of Madison Co., Ga., for $400, 286 acres in Madison Co. on North Fork of Blue Stone Creek, beg. William Dickson’s post oak cor., E 23 ch. to William Dickson’s black gum cor., N 16 ch. 39 links to pine cor. being William McKie’s orig. cor., W 31 ch. to post oak cor., N 55 ch. 75 links to pine cor., S57W 86 ch. 50 links to spanish oak cor., S33E to beg., adj. Shedrick Deen, Charles Grant, William Dixon and vacant lands, the same also as John McKie, part of a 386 tract orig. granted to said William McKie 30 May 1808. (signed) Wm. McKie. Wit: Nathan Williford, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 3 Mar 1819.

page 111   Ga.: 20 Aug 1817, John Gunter of Jackson Co., Ga. to Peter Smith of Madison Co., Ga., for $200, 291 acres in Madison Co. on north fork of Blue Stone Creek, commonly called Gunters Creek, adj. the old Franklin county line and Peter Smith, granted to Charles Gunter 20 Nov 1815. (signed) John (x) Gunter. Wit: Charles Sorrells, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 4 Mar 1819.

page 112   Ga.: 1 Mar 1819, Allen Daniel, Zachariah Gholston, Bozeman Adair, James Eberhart & James Sanders, commissioners of Madison Co., to Peter Smith and Henry Tankersly of Madison Co., the highest bidders, Lot No. 1 in village of Danielsville, for $107. (signed) Allen Daniel, James Eberhart, Zachariah Gholston, James Sanders, Bozeman Adair. Commissioners. Wit: William Sanders, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 4 Mar 1819.

page 113   Ga.: 1 Mar 1819, Allen Daniel, Bozeman Adair, Zachariah Gholston, James Eberhart & James Sanders, commissioners of Madison Co., to Peter Smith and Henry Tankersly of Madison Co., the highest bidders, Lot No. 2 in village of Danielsville, for $100. (signed) Allen Daniel, James Eberhart, Zachariah Gholston, James Sanders, Bozeman Adair. Commissioners. Wit: William Sanders, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 4 Mar 1819.

page 114   Ga.: 1 Mar 1819, Allen Daniel, Bozeman Adair, Zachariah Gholston, James Eberhart & James Sanders, commissioners of Madison Co., to Peter Smith and Henry Tankersly of Madison Co., the highest bidders, Lot No. 17 in village of Danielsville, for $7. (signed) Allen Daniel, James Eberhart, Zachariah Gholston, James Sanders, Bozeman Adair. Commissioners. Wit: William Sanders, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 4 Mar 1819.

page 116   1 Mar 1819, Allen Daniel, Zachariah Gholston, Bozeman Adair, James Eberhart & James Sanders, commissioners of Madison Co., to Peter Smith and Henry Tankersly of Madison Co., the highest bidders, Lot No. 18 in village of Danielsville, for $28. (signed) Allen Daniel, James Eberhart, Zachariah Gholston, James Sanders, Bozeman Adair. Commissioners. Wit: William Sanders, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 4 Mar 1819.

page 117   Ga.: 1 Mar 1819, James Sanders, James Eberhart, Bozeman Adair, Zachariah Gholston and Allen Daniel, commissioners of Madison Co., to Peter Smith and Henry Tankersly of Madison Co., the highest bidders, Lot No. 31 in village of Danielsville, for $80. (signed) Allen Daniel, James Eberhart, Zachariah Gholston, James Sanders, Bozeman Adair. Commissioners. Wit: William Sanders, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 4 Mar 1819.

page 118   Ga.: 1 Mar 1819, James Sanders, James Eberhart, Zachariah Gholston, Bozeman Adair and Allen Daniel, commissioners of Madison Co., to Peter Smith and Henry Tankersly of Madison Co., the highest bidders, Lot No. 32 in village of Danielsville, for $30. (signed) Allen Daniel, James Eberhart, Zachariah Gholston, James Sanders, Bozeman Adair. Commissioners. Wit: William Sanders, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 4 Mar 1819.

page 120   13 Sep 1817, Thomas Coil of Madison Co., Ga. to Lewis Lester, Sr. of Oglethorpe Co., Ga., for $200, tract beg. at gum on the creek, S to McRee’s line, on said line near east to pine cor., on said line near SW course til it strikes the former line, E to post oak cor., N 20 ch. to creek, with meanders of creek to beg., 200 acres. (signed) Thomas Kile. Wit: John Brooks, William Sailors. Proved by John Brooks 7 Mar 1818, John Claghorn, J.P. Rec. 18 Mar 1819.

page 121   Madison Co., Ga.: 23 Mar 1813, Samuel Gardner of Jackson Co., Ga. to John Brooks of Madison Co., for $25, 50 acres, part of a 1000 acre tract granted to Tailor in Madison Co. on waters of Furnace River, beg. red oak, E 20 ch. to post oak, N 25 ch. to red oak, W 20 ch. to post oak, S 20 ch. to beg. (signed) Sm. Gardner. Wit: Little B (x) Brooks, George Willson. Proved by George Willson 20 Feb 1819, George N. Lester, J.P. Rec. 18 Mar 1819.

page 122   Madison Co., Ga.: 16 Mar 1819, Valentine Braswell to William Simmons, both of Madison Co., for $300, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Hubards Creek, 114 acres, S13W 6 ch. 50 links to pine cor., S78E 52 ch. 50 links to poplar cor., N13E 37 ch. 50 links to red oak cor., S17W 51 ch. 50 links to beg., adj. said William Simmons, Thomas Forester and others. (signed) Valentine Brazwell. Wit: Burrell Orr, Charles Polk, J.P. Rec. 19 Mar 1819.

page 123   8 Jan 1819, Auther C. Atkinson of Clark Co., Ga. to John Gossett of Madison Co., for $200, 100 acres in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, beg. white oak on a branch on widow Stallings’ line, up branch to dead white oak cor. on Richard R. Simms line, on branch to hickory cor. on Nathan Merony’s line, to pine cor. on Merony’s line, down branch to white oak cor., up creek to mouth of a branch on the south side of creek, up branch to white oak cor. on Distans line, with Distin’s line to stake cor., with Stallings’ line to beg., granted to John Darden. (signed) A. C. Atkinson. Wit: J. H. Atkinson, B. J. Cabbell, J.P. Rec. 20 Mar 1819.

page 125   20 Mar 1819, John Griffith to William O’Kelly, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $100, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Holly Creek, 100 acres, beg. p.o. cor., N1W 51 ch. 50 links to p.o., N89E 19 ch. 50 links to pine, S1E 51 ch. 50 links to pine, S89W 19 ch. 50 links to beg. (signed) John G. (x) Griffith. Wit: William G. Griffith, Benjamin Gholston, J.P. Rec. 1 Apr 1819.

page 125   Madison Co., Ga.: Alexander Human of Madison Co., for $200, as exec. of Bazdel Human, dec’d, all his rights & claims, to Margaret Gordon, 45 acres on south side of Holly Creek near the mouth, part of a 200 acre tract formerly the property of Bazdel Human, dec’d, beg. red oak, S19W 22 ch. to pine, S62E 18 ch. to post, N5W 22 to pine, 85E 150 to post oak, N5W 15 to creek, thence to beg. 12 Sep 1812. (signed) Alex Human. Wit: John Blake, John Moon, Jetson (x) Straun, John Jourdin. Proved by John Moon 1 Apr 1819, John Hall, J.P. Rec. 6 Apr 1819.

page 126   Madison Co., Ga.: 4 Aug 1812, Nathan Williford, sheriff of Madison Co., to James Vinyard of Madison Co.; execution was levied on the property of Alexander Human, advertised 3 Jul 1812 in the Georgia Express, sold 4 Aug to James Vinyard for $60, 200 acres on Broad River, Madison Co., granted to Brazil Human, well improved, adj. the widow Moon and others. (signed) Nathan Williford, Sheriff. Wit: Nathan Merony, J.P., A. B. Strickland, Wm. Merony. Rec. 19 Apr 1819.

page 127   Madison Co., Ga.: 17 Oct 1818, William Sanders of Madison Co. to John Mead of Clark Co., Ga., for $180, tract in Madison Co. on waters of North Broad River, 150 acres, adj. William Mitchell & others, beg. black gum cor., N to post oak cor., E to creek, up creek to first branch on the south side, up branch to head, strate course to south side line, along line to hickory cor., thence to beg. (signed) William (x) Sanders. Wit: William Manner, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 19 Apr 1819.

page 128   Ga.: 15 Aug 1818, Horatio G. Brewer of Elbert Co., Ga. to Robert L. Tate of Madison Co., for $30, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Broad River, adj. Groves & others, 269 acres, the same tract sold by the sheriff of Madison Co. 1st Tues. Dec 1816 to Horatio G. Brewer. (signed) Horatio G. Brewer. Wit: Nelson Higinbotham, Edmund B. Tate. Proved by Edmund B. Tate 27 Apr 1819, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 29 Apr 1819.

page 130   Ga.: 8 Apr 1819, George Hampton to David H. Hampton, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $500, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, beg. black oak cor. on William Merony’s line, N20E 33 ch. to spanish oak, N30W 29 ch. 50 links to black oak, S60W 70 ch. 50 links to white oak on Lors Branch, S21E 58 ch. 50 links to beg., 212 acres. (signed) George (x) Hampton. Wit: Nathan Merony, Russel J. Wilder, John Merony, J.P. Rec. 29 Apr 1819.

page 131   1 Jan 1818, Zachariah Clift to Dabney Gholston, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $850, 252 acres in Madison Co. on waters of S. Fork of Broad River, on the south side of said river, where I now live, beg. white oak on river, N29E 15 to post oak cor., N45W 46 ch. 72 links to post oak cor., N30E 44 ch. 72 links to pine, S30 30 ch. to black oak on river, back up river to beg. (signed) Zac Clift. Wit: J. H. Pryor, Joseph (x) Tolbert, Samuel Whitehead, Benjamin Gholston, J.P. Rec. 29 Apr 1819.

page 132   1 Nov 1817, Daniel Orr to Dabney Gholson, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $125, tract in Madison Co. on South Fork of Broad River & on north side of same river, 25 acres, beg. post oak, S20W 15 ch. to white oak, S58W 2 ch. 14 links to post oak, N23W 44 ch. to small spanish oak, S40E to beg. (signed) Daniel Orr. Wit: J. H. Pryor, William Harvie, Benjamin Gholston, J.P. Rec. 29 Apr 1819.

page 132   26 May 1817, Daniel Orr to Henry P. White, both of Madison Co., Ga., 200 acres in Madison Co., beg. cor. on Zachariah Clift’s line, S60E 33 to cor. pine on Clift’s line, to post oak S25W 12.50, E 4 to pine, N13E 98.50 to pine, S85W 17.50 to pine, S 42 to pine, W 32 to hickory, S 25 to beg., part of the land orig. granted to Patrick Matton and thence conveyed to Daniel Orr. (signed) Daniel Orr. Wit: Daniel Lilly, Robert Orr, Benjamin Gholston, J.P. Rec. 12 May 1819.

page 133   Wilks Co., Ga.: Heretofore William Dering and James Alexander were joint purchasers of a tract in Madison Co. containing 650 acres, granted to John Vinyard and others who conveyed same to afsd. persons jointly; said William Dearing has sold his moiety or half of said tract to James Alexander for $5000; tract adj. Deen, Daniel & others, which includes the Madison Springs and where James Alexander now lives. 14 Jan 1819. (signed) William Deering, Eliza Jane Deering. Wit: Duncan G. Campbell, Thomas D. McLaughlin, J.P. Eliza Jane Deering, wife of William Deering, relinquishes her dower. Rec. 12 May 1819.

page 134   Ga.: 31 Aug 1818, Nathan Williford and Patsy his wife to James Alexander, all of Madison Co., Ga., for $300, 285 acres in Madison Co. on waters of Blue Stone Creek, granted to said Nathan Williford 22 Nov 1816, bounded at time of survey by Allen Daniel, John Vinyard, Shadrick Deen & Batey. (signed) Nathan Williford, Patsy (x) Williford. Wit: Joseph V. Williford, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 12 May 1819.

page 135   2 Sep 1819, Wm. Brumlow of Clark Co., Ga. to Ezekel Polk of Franklin Co., Ga., for $350, tract where Brumley now lives in said county on the middle fork of Brushy Creek, beg. on bank of creek on stake on Hugh Baty’s old line, with said line on to Nathan Merony’s line, W N 75 E to Wadkins line black oak cor., with his line north to his post oak cor., N50E to Dawson’s cor. black oak, with his line N41E to cor. pine, N30W to creek, up creek to beg., 200 acres. (signed) William (x) Brumley. Possession is to be taken on 25 Dec next. Wit: Wm. Polk, Hugh Polk, Matilda Polk, Robert Watkins, J.P. Rec. 10 Jun 1819.

page 136   Ga.: 11 Mar 1815, Ezeikel Polk to Robbert Carruth, both of Madison Co., for $300, 200 acres in Madison Co. on Brushy Creek, beg. stake on the branch on William Merony’s line, with Merony’s line N75E to Watkin’s black oak cor., with his line north to post oak cor., N50E to Dawson’s black oak cor., with his line N40E to pine cor., N30W to creek, up creek to beg. (signed) Ezeikel Polk. Wit: William Cleghorn, J.P., Alfred Carruth. Rec. 10 Jun 1819.

page 137   27 Apr 1816, Wm. Polk of Jackson Co., Ga. to Ezeikel Polk of Madison Co., for $450, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Broad River, beg. spanish oak, N75W to 2nd crossing of the creek, including mile up to McCree’s line, with his line S40E to pine cor., down to stake on McCracken’s line, with that line to hickory cor. near the creek, with the old line to creek, up creek to beg., 250 acres. (signed) William Polk. Wit: Charles Polk, Betsy Polk. Proved by Charles Polk 22 Apr 1818, John Cleghorn, J.P. Rec. 10 Jun 1819.

page 138   26 Dec 1818, Even Polk of Jackson Co., Ga. to Ezeikel Polk of Madison Co., Ga., for $400, tract on South Fork of Broad River, beg. water oak near the creek, a cor. of Collins’, N75W 22 ch. to Collins’ line, 26 ch. on pine on Collins’ line, to McRee’s post oak cor., with McRee’s line to creek, down creek to beg., including all improvements, with one half of the mill, 125 acres. (signed) Evan Polk. Wit: James Kile, Adam Caruth, Charles Polk, J.P. Rec. 10 Jun 1819.

page 139   John T. Criswell of Abeville Co., S.C. appoint Samuel Groves, Esq. my true and lawful attorney in fact, to sell any lands claimed or held by me in Madison Co. & collect any money thence in my name. 2 Oct 1818. (signed) John T. Criswell. Wit: John Collins, Robert Groves, J.P. Rec. 10 Jun 1819.

page 140   Madison Co., Ga.: 15 Dec 1817, Hugh Britt, Sr. to Henry Shickry & William Shickry, all of Madison Co., for $30, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Holly Creek, 32 acres, beg. white oak cor. on Glasses Branch, S88E 24 ch. to pine, S11W 20 ch. to red oak, N55W 25 ch. to maple cor. on Glasses Branch, bounded by said branch to beg., part of a tract granted to John Darden, &c. (signed) Hugh (x) Britt. Wit: William Hanna, John (x) Jordon. Proved by William Hanna and John Jordin 19 Mar 1819, James Eberhart, J.I.C. Rec. 7 Jul 1819.

page 141   Madison Co., Ga.: 8 Jun 1819, Joseph Graham to Josiah Graham, both of Madison Co., for $300, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Fork Creek, 100 acres, adj. John Porterfield, James Roe & others, beg. spanish oak cor., W 27 ch. to stake cor., S 37 ch. to stake cor., S 37 ch. to stake cor., E 27 ch. to red oak cor., N 37 ch. to beg. (signed) Joseph (J) Graham. Wit: Vineing Cooper, Robert Groves, J.P. Rec 7 Jul 1819.

page 141   Madison Co., Ga.: 30 Aug 1819, Thomas J. Gregory to Henry Tankersly, both of Madison Co., for $200, Lot No. 30 in village of Danielsville. (signed) Thomas J. Gregory. Wit: John Phipps, Tinsley Harris, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 1 Sep 1819.

page 142   Madison Co., Ga.: 21 Aug 1813, William Fergus, Edward Ware, James Sanders & Charles Sorrells, Justices of the Inferior Court for Madison Co., to David Holmes & Robert J. Cabbell, for $55, Lot No. 3 in town of Danielsville, bounded in front of the publick square and on one other side by Alexander Ware, being one chain in front on the publick square and 2 ch. adj. Alexander Ware, acre. (signed) William Fergus, Edward Ware, Com., James Sanders, Com., Charles Sorrells, Com. Wit: Alexander Thompson, James Thompson, Henry Ware, J.P. Rec. 8 Sep 1819.

page 143   Madison Co., Ga.: Henry Tankersly of Madison Co., for good will and esteem towards John J. Boon of said county; 3 chairs, 1 sideboard, 1 pot, 1 loom, 2 cotton wheels, 1 ax, 1 mattock, 2 ploughs, 2 hoes, 1 pair horse geare, 1 hand axe, 2 augers, drawing knife, 4 hogs, 1 sythe and cradle. 7 Sep 1819. (signed) Henry Tankersly. Wit: John Phipps, Andrew Millican, Robert Groves, J.P. Rec. 8 Sep 1819.

page 144   Madison Co., Ga.: 20 Sep 1819, James Alexander of Madison Co. to Jeremiah Harris of Richmond Co., Ga., for $85, tract in Madison Co. at Madison Springs, distinguished in the village of Alexanderville by No. 13, on the conditions following: said Jeremiah to have privilege of lumber for building on said lot, and firewood to be taken only from the Springs tract containing 100 acres, and is forever restricted and prohibited from keeping a house of entertainment, or boarding any person for hire or compensation, or retailing spirits or vending goods, wares or merchandise of any kind. (signed) James Alexander. Wit: W. Boykin, N. H. Beal. Catherine Alexander relinquishes her dower. Proved by Nathan H. Beal 20 Sep 1819, Charles Polk, J.P. Rec. 20 Sep 1819.

page 146   Madison Co., Ga.: 1 Oct 1819, Gabriel Lewis to Henry Tankersly, both of Madison Co., for $175, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, beg. pine cor. on Shadrack Smith’s line, S25W 38 ch. to black gum cor., S65E 35.30 to post oak cor., S47E 30 ch. to pine cor., S31E 6 ch. to chestnut cor., S88E 10 ch. to post oak cor., N12E 18 ch. to pine cor., S78W 9 ch. 50 links to post oak cor., N16E 13 ch. to red oak stump, N40W 31 ch. to pine cor., along the old road to beg., 261 & 9/10 acres. (sigend) Gabrial (x) Lewis. Wit: William Merony, Nathan Merony, John Meroney, J.P. Rec. 2 Oct 1819.

page 146   Ga.: 18 Sep 1819, Charles Simms to John Sanders, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $500, tract in Madison Co. on Brushy Creek, beg. chestnut cor. on Burrell Seagraves’ line, S20E 11 ch. 39 links to post oak on John Lawless’ line, with said line N64E 35 ch. 50 links to post oak, S82E 30 ch. 30 links to post oak, N70E 11 ch. 50 links to maple, N20E 41 ch. 47 links to hickory, S70W 38 ch. 50 links to pine, N25W 5 ch. 23 links to red oak, with line of fence and by a landmark made by said Charles Simms in a division of land between himself and son Berkley to beg., 231 acres. (signed) Charles Simms. Wit: John G. Bullock, Joseph (x) Sanders, John Merony, J.P. Rec. 13 Oct 1819.

page 147   19 Dec 1819, William Atcherson to George Wiley, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $550, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Fork Creek, adj. Thomas M. Grimes, Bird Moon & others, 152 acres, part of a tract conveyed by William Applesbay to Gabrial White and afterwards sold to satisfy and execution against said White, and then conveyed by Robert Causby, sheriff of said county, to James Wood, and by James Wood to William Atcherson. (signed) William Atcherson. Wit: John Johns, George Jarrell, Benjamin Gholston, J.P. Rec. 15 Oct 1819.

page 148   Morgan Co., Ga.: 22 Jan 1819, Lewis T. Berry of Morgan Co., Ga. to Thomas B. Sanders of Pendleton Co., S.C., for $300, 200 acres in Madison Co., Ga., beg. red oak, W 24 ch. to cor. pine, S15E 90 ch. to cor. pine, N45E to cor., N21W 66 ch. to beg. (signed) Lewis T. Berry. Wit: Edward G. Berry, Dread (x) Bass, Samuel S. Simmons, J.P. Rec. 19 Oct 1819.

page 149   Pendleton Dist., S.C.: Thomas B. Sanders of Pendleton Dist., S.C., to Edward Sanders of same place, for $200, tract in Madison Co., Ga. on Forge Creek, 200 acres, beg. red oak cor., W 24 ch. to pine cor., S15E 90 ch. to pine cor., N45E to another cor., N21 W 66 ch. to beg. (signed) Thomas B. Sanders. Wit: William Skelton, William Sanders. Proved by William Skelton 17 Aug 1819, James McDowell, J.P. Pendleton Dist., S.C. Rec. 19 Oct 1819.

page 150   28 Dec 1816, Dabney Gholston to Benjamin Gholston, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $412, tract in Madison Co. on south fork of Fork Creek adj. Jas. Stephens, Anderson Cheek and Stephen Smith, beg. white oak, S44E 72 links to black oak, W as will appear by plat & grant dated 7 Dec 1793, 200 acres. (signed) Dabney Gholston. Wit: William (x) O’Kelly, George Read, Minor Mead, J.P. Rec. 25 Oct 1819.

page 151   Madison Co., Ga.: 2 Jan 1816, John Barry and Sally his wife, to Winston Whitworth, all of Madison Co., 76 acres in Madison Co. on waters of Lamars Creek, beg. black oak cor., S4W 20 ch. to post oak cor., S8E 46 ch. to stake cor., N10E 17 ch. to chestnut cor., on dividing line to beg. (signed) John Barry, Sally (x) Barry. Wit: William Claghorn, J.P., John Scott. Rec. 30 Oct 1819.

page 151   Madison Co., Ga.: 12 Nov 1819, Edward Ware, Sr. to Henry Ware, both of Madison Co., for $1000, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Scull Shoal Creek, beg. Giles Harris’ pine cor., N65E 45 ch. to spanish oak cor., N46W 7 ch. 17 links to white oak cor., N27W 25 ch. 59 links to pine cor., S75W 42 ch. 61 links to pine cor., S25E 41 ch. 50 links to beg., adj. Giles Harris, Edward Ware and James Ware, Jr., 143 acres. (signed) Edward Ware. Wit: John Sanders, Robert Groves, J.P. Rec. 13 Nov 1819.

page 152   Pendleton Dist., S.C.: 13 Nov 1815, William Polk Pendleton Dist., S.C. to Charles Polk of Madison Co., Ga., for $450, tract he now lives on in Madison Co., Ga. on South River, beg. old spanish oak Collis cor., with his line N15E to post oak cor. on his line, S75E 50 ch. to sweet gum, S15W 40 ch. to creek, up creek to beg., 200 acres. (signed) William Polk. Wit: Ezeikel Polk, Waler Firby, Even Polk. Proved by Evan Polk 13 Jul 1816, William Claghorn, J.P. Rec. 13 Nov 1819.

page 153   Madison Co., Ga.: 3 Nov 1817, Sidney Anderson to James B. Fulton, both of Madison Co., for $200, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, 59 acres, beg. hickory cor., S45E 42 ch. 50 links to black oak cor., N15W 46 ch. to post oak cor., S31W 28 ch. 50 links to beg. (signed) Sidney Anderson. Wit: Willis Touns, Robert Floid, James Anderson, J.P. Rec. 15 Nov 1819.

page 154   Madison Co., Ga.: 2 Nov 1819, Jacob Burton to William Simmons, both of Madison Co., for $30, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Hubbard’s Creek, beg. stake on Forester’s line, to poplar on branch, up branch to dogwood, thence to beg., 30 acres. (signed) Jacob Burton. Wit: Edward L. Christian, Thomas Simmons, Charles Polk, J.P. Rec. 13 Nov 1819.

page 155   Madison Co., Ga.: 19 Feb 1818, Jacob Burton, Sr. to William Simmons, both of Madison Co., for $700, tract in Madison Co. on Hubbard’s Creek, 250 acres, beg. red oak, S15W to red oak on Brazwell’s line, to pine, to white oak on the Still House creek, to dogwood on Sewell’s line, to pine, to beg., part of a survey Fnce Gideon, from Gideon to Jacob Burton, from Burton to William Simmons. (signed) Jacob Burton. Wit: Valentine Brazwell, William Miller. Proved by Valentine Brazwell 15 Jun 1819, John Cleghorn, J.P. Rec. 1 Dec 1819.

page 156   Ga.: 26 Dec 1819, Thomas Tribble to Benjamin Tribble, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $150, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, adj. William Sanders & others, beg. pine cor. Martin’s line, S69E 54 ch. to stake, N21W 27 ch. to rock, N69W 20 ch. to pine, S23E 1 ch. 43 links to white oak, N50E 4 ch. 21 links, N69E 14 ch. 70 links to stake, S21E 27 ch. to beg., 145 acres granted to Cargil. (signed) Thomas Tribble. Wit: David H. Hampton, Robert Groves, J.P. Rec. 1 Dec 1819.

page 157   Madison Co., Ga.: Levy Phillips of Pendleton Dist., S.C. appoint Ezeikel Polk of Madison Co., Ga. my lawful atty. so far as to dispose of a certain tract 29 acres on Brushy Creek adj. William Gilbert, George Hampton and Anderson, which is now in dispute between said Levy Phillips and said Anderson and heirs. 29 Nov 1819. (signed) Levy (x) Phillips. Wit: John Cleghorn, J.P. Rec. 6 Oct 1819.

page 157   Madison Co., Ga.: 23 Oct 1819, Adam Cox to Terrell Anderson, both of Madison Co., for $300, tract in Madison Co. where said Cox now lives, on south fork of South River, 101 acres, beg. pine cor. on Baskin’s line, N5W to line of Joseph Cox, granted to Boxley, on a black oak, with his line to Guthrie’s old line, with his line to black oak on Baskin’s line, with Baskin’s line 50 ch. to beg. (signed) Adam Cox. Wit: John Strowder, John S. Anderson, J.P. Rec. 14 Dec 1819.

page 158  Ga.: 4 Jan 1820, Allen Daniel, James Sanders, Zachariah Gholston & James Eberhart, commissioners of Madison Co., to William Simms of Richmond Co., Ga., the highest bidder, Lot No. 21 in village of Danielsville. (signed) Allen Daniel, James Sanders, James Eberhart, Zachariah Gholston, commissioners. Wit: Edward Ware, Charles Polk, J.P.

page 159   Ga.: 4 Jan 1820, Allen Daniel, James Sanders, Zachariah Gholston & James Eberhart, commissioners of Madison Co., to William Simms of Richmond Co., Ga., the highest bidder, Lot No. 7 in village of Danielsville, for $92. (signed) Allen Daniel, Zachariah Gholston, James Sanders, James Eberhart, commissioners. Wit: Edward Ware, Charles Polk, J.P. Rec. 4 Jan 1820.

page 161   Madison Co., Ga.: I, Dickson Lumpkin of Madison Co., have mortgaged unto James Long of said county, $185.35, note dated with this instrument due one day after date, and for securing afsd. mortgage unto James Long the following property; all my carpenters tools, one pen of corn in the husk, and two stacks of fodder; Dickson Lumpkin shall have it in his power at any time before the foreclosure of this mortgage to redeem said property by paying the sum afsd.. 1 Dec 1818. (signed) Dickson (D) Lumpkin. Wit: Edward Ware, Jr., Charles Polk, J.P. Rec. 4 Jan 1820.

page 161   Madison Co., Ga.: I, Dickson Lumpkin of Madison Co., have mortgaged unto Charles Polk of said county, $94.18 , note dated with this instrument due one day after date, and for better securing afsd., mortgage unto Charles Polk the following property; one feather bead and furniture, 3 cows & claves, 1 rifle gunn, 2 tables, 1 sideboard and furniture belonging thereunto, 3 chests, all my plantation tools, 1 heifer about 2 years old; Dickson Lumpkin shall have it in his power at any time before the foreclosure of this mortgage to redeem said property by paying the sum afsd.. 1 Dec 1818. (signed) Dickson (D) Lumpkin. Wit: James Long, Edward Ware, Jr. Rec. 4 Jan 1820.

page 162   Madison Co., Ga.: 8 Jan 1820, Burrell Orr, sheriff of Madison Co., to Peter Smith and Henry Tankersly of said county; by virtue of an execution issued from the Superior Court of said county in favor of Washington Allen against the property of Nelson Higinbotham, Samuel Higinbotham, Thompson C. Strickland and William Hiching Calhoun, levied on Lot No. 19 in Danielsville; after advertising in the Athens Gazette, was sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. Apr 1819 to Peter Smith and Henry Tankersly, the highest bidders, for $33. (signed) Burrell Orr, Sheriff. Wit: A. S. Tyler, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 29 Jan 1820.

page 163   Ga.: 29 Jan 1820, Peter Smith to Henry Tankersly, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $2000, all rights, titles, interest or claim to Lot No. 1, acre; Lot No. 2, acre; Lot 17, 24 rods; Lot No. 18, 100 rods; Lot No. 31, 74 rods; Lot No. 32, 208 rods; said lots in town of Danielsville, conveyed by Justices of the Inferior Court to said Peter Smith and Henry Tankersly; all rights, titles, interest or claims to Lot No. 19 in said town, conveyed by Burrell Orr, Sheriff, to said Peter Smith and Henry Tankersly as the property of Nelson Higinbotham; also all rights, titles, interest or claims to tract adj. town of Danielsville, 4 acres; also all rights, titles, interest or claims to one Cotton Machine on last mentioned lot, lot conveyed from James Long to said Peter Smith and Burrell Orr. (signed) Peter Smith. Wit: John Phipps, Wm. Rust, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 4 Feb 1820.

page 164   Madison Co., Ga.: 22 Jan 1820, Burrell Orr, sheriff of Madison Co., to John Martin of said county; by virtue of an execution issues by Superior Court of Madison Co. wherein John Martin is plaintiff and Joseph Vinyard is defendant, levied on 275 acres, property of Joseph Vinyard; after advertising in the Athens Gazette, sold at the courthouse on 1st Tues. 1820 to John Martin, the highest bidder, for $350. (signed) Burrell Orr, Sheriff. Wit: James Long, Robert Groves, J.P. Rec. 4 Feb 1820.

page 165   13 Jan 1818, William Gilbert to Joseph Sanders, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $150, tract on Brushy Creek in Madison Co., 80 acres, beg. cor. water oak, to white oak cor. on Jno. Sanders’ line, S to poplar on Joseph Sanders’ line, W to Brushy Creek, and all on the east side of said creek that afsd. line includes. (signed) Wm. Gilbert, Sr. Wit: John Sanders, Charles Simms. Proved by John Sanders 15 Jan 1820, James Anderson, J.P. Rec. 4 Feb 1820.

page 166   Madison Co., Ga.: 1 Aug 1816, William Smith, Sr. to David Smith, both of Madison Co., for $250, tract in Madison Co. on Willinghams fork of Sandy Creek, 200 acres, beg. pine cor., S45E 54 to red oak, N70E 36 to red oak x, N20W 54 to post oak, thence to beg., part of a 1000 acre survey granted to John Garnett, adj. Strowder & others. (signed) William (x) Smith. Wit: Joseph Johnson, J.P., M. H. Pittman, J.P. Rec. 4 Feb 1820.

page 167   Madison Co., Ga.: 5 Nov 1818, William Brown to Phillip Pryor, both of Madison Co., for $300, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Broad River, 100 acres, beg. red oak cor., S80E 30 ch. 75 links to post oak cor., S 33 ch. to pine cor., N80W 30 ch. 50 links to red oak cor., N 33 ch. to beg. (signed) Wm. (x) Brown. Wit: Sam Williford, Edward Ware, Sr., Wm. Higinbotham. Proved by Samuel Williford 7 Feb 1820, James Anderson, J.P. Rec. 11 Feb 1820.

page 168   25 Nov 1812, Samuel Coil to Thomas Coil, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $150, tract in Madison Co. on Reedy Fork of South Broad River, beg. pine cor. on Derskell’s line, 50 W 19 ch. to post oak, S40E 35 ch. to white oak, down creek 24 ch. to mouth of the spring branch to maple, up spring branch to its head, thence to beg., 64 acres. (signed) Samuel Coil. Wit: Elisha Lawrance, John Kile. Proved by John Kile 11 Feb 1820, John Claghorn, J.P. Rec. 11 Feb 1820.

page 169   Ga.: 20 Jan 1820, John H. Marks of Jasper Co., Ga. to William P. Arnold of Madison Co., for $2800, 678 acres in Madison Co. on north side of south fork of Broad River, beg. persimon cor. on north branch of river, N45E adj. Henry P. White 4 ch. 77 links to post oak cor., N15W 10 ch. to post oak cor., N70E 44 ch. 25 links to black oak cor., S10E 27 ch. 50 links to red oak cor., S20E 11 ch. to hickory cor., N45E 17 ch. 22 links to hickory cor., N70E 43 ch. 20 links to pine cor., S72E 9 ch. 14 links to spanish oak cor., S30 21 ch. 40 links to black oak cor., S60E 21 ch. to an old orig. black oak cor., S85W 43 ch. 62 links to black oak cor., S55W 3 ch. 20 links to p.o. cor., S53W 3 ch. 24 links to post oak cor., S55E 20 ch. 63 links to black oak cor., S45W 9 ch. 50 links to hickory cor. on north branch of the South Fork of Broad River, up river to beg.; including a tract of 24 acres and a tract of 200 acres granted to Noah Cloud, a tract of 71 acres and a tract of 200 acres granted to Samuel Nelson, and 100 acres, being part of a 174 acre tract orig. granted to John McLehanon, and bounded by Henry P. White, Osborn Carrington, Leonard Hayes, Stephen Smith and lands sold by Alexander Moore to Hugh M. Pettis, and the south fork of Broad River. (signed) John H. Marks. Wit: Zachariah Arnold, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 11 Feb 1820.

page 170   Madison Co., Ga.: 29 Jan 1820, James Long to John Montgomery, both of Madison Co., for $900, 200 acres in Madison Co., beg. white oak cor., S66E 2 ch. to pine cor., N26E 19 ch. 67 links to post oak cor., N45W 56 ch. to black oak bush cor., S14W 72 ch. 33 links to white oak cor., S80E 31 ch. to black gum cor., up a branch to beg., adj. James Griffith, the court house tract, James Long, Robert Floid, and the old Franklin county line. (signed) James Long. Wit: Saml. Groves, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 11 Feb 1820.

page 171   Madison Co., Ga.: 29 Jan 1820, Henry Tankersly to Peter Smith, both of Madison Co.; whereas Henry Tankersly hath this day made a promissory note to Peter Smith due 7 Jan next, for $500; for the securing of said note, Tankersly hath sold to Smith one half of Lot No. 1 in town of Danielsville, at present occupied by said Tankersly; if Tankersly pays to Smith the afsd. sum of $500 according to the time of said note, this indenture shall be void. (signed) Henry Tankersly. Wit: John Phipps, Wm. M. Rust, Allen Daniel. Rec. 11 Feb 1820.

page 172   Madison Co., Ga.: 29 Jan 1820, Henry Tankersly to Peter Smith, both of Madison Co.; Henry Tankersly hath this day made a promissory note to Peter Smith for $500, due 3 Jan 1822; for the better securing of said note, Tankersly hath sold to Smith one half of Lot No. 1 in the town of Danielsville, the lot now occupied by said Henry Tankersly; if Tankersly pays to Smith the afsd. sum of $500 by the time mentioned, this indenture shall be void. (signed) Henry Tankersly. Wit: John Phipps, William F. Rust, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 11 Feb 1820.

page 173   Madison Co., Ga.: 29 Jan 1820, Henry Tankersly to Peter Smith, both of Madison Co.; Henry Tankersly hath this day made a promissory note to Peter Smith for $500, due 4 Jan 1823; for the better securing of said note, Tankersly hath sold to Smith the following lots; Lots numbers 2, 17, 18, 19, 31 and 32, all in town of Danielsville; if Tankersly pays to Smith the afsd. sum of $500 by the time mentioned, this indenture shall be void. (signed) Henry Tankersly. Wit: John Phipps, Wm. F. Rust, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 11 Feb 1820.

page 174   Madison Co., Ga.: 29 Jan 1820, Henry Tankersly to Peter Smith, both of Madison Co.; Henry Tankersly hath this day made a promissory note to Peter Smith for $500, due 5 Jan 1824; for the better securing of said note, Tankersly hath sold to Smith one half of a lot of 4 acres adj. the town of Danielsville, conveyed by James Long to Peter Smith and Burrell Orr, together with one cotton machine erected thereon, also one half the packing screw and one half of other things pertaining thereunto; if Tankersly pays to Smith the afsd. sum of $500 by the time mentioned, this indenture shall be void. (signed) Henry Tankersly. Wit: John Phipps, Wm. F. Rust, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 11 Feb 1820.

page 176   27 Feb 1793, James Rogers to Solomon Strickland, both of Elbert Co., Ga., for 7 sterling, tract in Elbert Co. on waters of Blue Stone Creek, beg. maple on John Rogers’ line, S65W 7 ch. to pine, N25W 22 ch. to white oak, N65E 7 ch. to dogwood, thence to beg., part of a tract granted to said James Rogers by deed of conveyance 30 Aug 1791 by Julius Howard, 14 acres. (signed) Jas. Rogers. Wit: John Fergus, J.P., William McKie. Rhody Rogers acknowledges herself well satisfied with sale. Rec. 3 Mar 1820.

page 177   Thomas Whitehead of Franklin Co., Ga., for $30, to members of the congregation of New Hope in Madison Co., Ga., piece of land in Madison Co., part of a tract orig. granted to Criswell adj. land whereon Thomas O’Kelly now lives, beg. post oak cor. on said O’Kelly’s line, along line S86E 10 ch. to post oak, S4W 10 ch. to hickory, N85W 10 ch. to stake, N4E 10 ch. to beg., 10 acres including New Hope Meeting House and grave yard and 2 springs. 30 Oct 1815. (signed) Thomas (x) Whitehead. Wit: John Mayes, J.P., Robert Mayes. Rec. 3 Mar 1820.

page 177   Ga.: 19 Jul 1816, William McKey of Jackson Co., Ga. to William Dickson of Madison Co., Ga., for $300, 100 acres in Madison Co. on north fork of Blue Stone Creek, beg. hickory cor., S 21 ch. 25 links to stake cor., S68E 7 ch. 34 links to pine cor., N55E 19 ch. to pine cor., N 18 ch. 50 links to post oak cor., W 23 ch. 25 links to black oak cor., N 35 ch. to black oak cor., W 23 ch. to post oak cor., S33E to beg., adj. Barnaba Strickland, Thomas Hemphill, John McKie and Peter Smith, part of a 386 acre tract orig. granted to said William McKie 13 May 1808. (signed) William McKie. Wit: Nathan Williford, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 3 Mar 1820.

page 178   Madison Co., Ga.: 14 Oct 1819, Willis Touns to Samuel Williford & Willis Touns, all of Madison Co., for $5000, Lots Nos. 5, 6 & 20 in town of Danielsville. (signed) Willis Touns. Wit: David H. Griffith, Robert Groves, J.P. Rec. 2 Mar 1820.

page 179   20 Mar 1820, Benj. Witcher to William P. Culberson, all of Madison Co., Ga., for $1000, 150 acres in Madison Co., beg. orig. on a pine cor. on north side of South Broad River on Cunningham’s line, N 55 ch. to pine cor. on Butler’s line, E 24 ch. to hickory, S60E 24 ch. to post oak on Culberson’s line, on Culberson’s line due south to the river, up river to waters edge to beg. (signed) Benj. Witcher. Wit: George Jarrell, Charles Polk, J.P. Rec. 24 Mar 1820.

page 180   Jackson Co., Ga.: 10 Dec 1817, James Palmer and Bennett Strickland of Jackson Co. to Edward W. Tailor of Madison Co., for $400, tract in Madison Co. on Little Sandy Creek, 286 acres, beg. cor. hickory, on Sharp’s line to post oak, on Tailor’s line to poplar cor., on Pendleton’s line to pine, on Willson’s line to post oak cor., on said Willson’s line to elm on the creek, up creek to beg., it being the place where said Tailor now lives. (signed) James S. (x) Palmer, Bennett (x) Strickland. Wit: Moses Willson, Richard Strickland. Proved by Richard Strickland 22 Jan 1820, John S. Anderson, J.P. Rec. 24 Mar 1820.

page 181   24 Jan 1814, Levy Phillips of Pendleton Co., S.C., to James Sanders of Madison Co., Ga., for $60, 100 acres on waters of Brushy Creek in Madison Co., beg. post oak on Hampton’s line, N45W 3 ch. 25 links to stake, N20W 39 ch. to post oak & hickory cor., S60W 44 ch. to black oak, S5W 10 ch. to pine, thence to beg. (signed) Levy (x) Phillips. Wit: William Sanders, Britton Sanders. Proved by William Sanders 2 Nov 1818, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 13 Apr 1820.

page 181   Ga.: 6 Apr 1820, Gilbert Hay of Wilks Co., Ga., surviving exec. of William Hay, dec’d, to James Sanders of Madison Co., for $375, 278 acres in Madison Co. on north fork of Brushy Creek adj. said James Sanders and the line formerly dividing the county of Jackson & Oglethorpe, orig. granted to William Hay 12 Feb 1796. (signed) Gilbert Hay, ex’r of William Hay. Wit: Luke Turner, B. W. Hubbard, John B. Leonard, J.P. Rec. 13 Apr 1820.

page 182   Madison Co., Ga.: 16 Nov 1818, George Durskel of Jackson Co., Ga. to John W. Streetman of Madison Co., for $150, tract in Madison Co. on South Fork of Broad River, 147 acres, beg. pine cor., S5W to post oak cor., S85E to pine cor., N85W, N5E to beg., adj. Martin Streetman, Joseph Johnson & Joseph Moon, part of a 1000 acre survey orig. granted to Joseph Pryor. (signed) George Durskel. Wit: M. Streetman, Wm. Fleming. Proved by William Fleming 29 Jan 1820, Charles Polk, magistrate. Rec. 21 Apr 1820.

page 183   Madison Co., Ga.: 23 Nov 1818, Robert Nix of Madison Co. to Jacob Patton of Wilks Co., for $200, 150 acres in Madison Co., part of a tract granted to William Berry, beg. on the old line at hickory cor. to post oak x, S42E 21.50 to white oak, 13S 8.50 to beach x, N84W 17 to maple x, S18W 22, N 56 to beg. (signed) Robert (x) Nix. Wit: Anderson Nix, George Patton. Proved by George Patton 4 Feb 1819, Robert Groves, J.P. Rec. 21 Apr 1820.

page 184   27 Nov 1819, James Walker of Shelby Co., Al., to Valentine Brooks of Oglethorpe Co., Ga., for $150, tract belonging to said Walker on waters of Broad River, granted to Samuel Patton 17 May 1796, 100 acres, beg. w. oak, N42W 39.50 to d.wood, N48E 25 to pine, S40E 46 to pine, S48W 23 to beg. (signed) James Walker. Wit: James Eberhart, J.I.C., Robert Groves, J.P., James Griffith.

page 185   Madison Co., Ga.: James Oliver and James Long held and firmly bound to the Judges of the Court of Ordinary in the just and full sum of $3000 this 1 May 1820; the condition of said obligation is such that James Oliver, admin. of Rebecka Johnson, late of this county, dec’d, make a true and perfect inventory of the property of said dec’d and make exhibit to court of Ordinary; to administer according to law; make a just and true account of his actings and doings thereunto when required; deliver and pay to such person or persons as are entitled by law; and if it shall hereafter appear that any last will and testament was made by said dec’d, and the same be produced before the court & the executors obtain a certificate of the probate thereof, and James Oliver render and deliver up letters of admin., this obligation be void. (signed) James Oliver, James Long. Wit: William Merony, C.C.O. Rec. 5 May 1820.

page 186   15 Nov 1819, Matthew Pass to Benjamin Witcher, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $600, land belonging to Matthew Pass on waters of Broad River, granted to Bazdel Human 11 Feb 1786, beg. hickory, N40W 44 ch. to pine, S50W 54 ch. to pine, S61E 44 ch. to b.o., N50E 35 to beg., 200 acres. (signed) Mathew J. Pass. Wit: George Eberhart, Charles Clements, Jacob Eberhart, Robert Woods, J.P. Rec. 30 May 1820.

page 187   Madison Co., Ga.: 12 Jun 1820, Christopher Conley to William Conley, both of Madison Co., for $750, 178 acres in Madison Co. on waters of Simmons Creek, beg. stake on widow Christian’s line to pine, James Jones’ line to creek, on Thomas Jones’ line to corner. (signed) Christopher (x) Conley. Wit: William Saylor, Absalom Barnes, Charles Polk, J.P. Rec. 1 Jun 1820.

page 187   5 Dec 1815, James Haynes of Clarke Co., Ga. to Clarles Clements of Madison Co., for $225, 114 acres in Madison Co. adj. Bridger Haynes and William Bradberry, beg. black oak x, S87E 14 ch. 50 links to stake cor., S 21 ch. 50 links to black jack x, N44W 34 to black oak x, S10E 28 ch. to beg. (signed) James Haynes. Wit: Benjamin Witcher, Edward (x) Manry. Proved by Benjamin Witcher 4 Jul 1820, James Eberhart, J.I.C. Rec. 4 Jul 1820.

page 188   Charles Clements of Madison Co., Ga., for natural love and affection to my beloved two daughters Jane and Harriett Clements, one yellow negro woman Sofia, one yellow boy Lewis, one girl Permelia, one girl Nella and one boy Robert, two beds & furniture. 27 May 1820. (signed) Charles Clements. Wit: George Eberhart, Francis Eberhart, J.P. Rec. 6 Jul 1820.

page 188   29 Nov 1806, John Gardner to Nathan Merony, both of Clark Co., Ga., for $500, tract in Clark Co. on south fork of Brushy Creek adj. George Hampton, the widow Howell, Robert Watkins, Wm. Polk, John Nelson; beg. hickory on Hampton’s line, S66E 130 poles to red oak on line of said Hampton, with Holoway’s line N50E 254 poles to red oak on John Wofford’s lkine, N25W 10 poles to spanish oak on said line, S83W 142 poles to post oak, N5E 112 poles to red oak on Polk’s cor., with Polk’s due west 60 poles to pine cor. on Polk’s line, S 40 to beg., 200 acres. (signed) John Gardner. Wit: Emanuel James, Walter Boswell, Robert Watkins, J.P. Rec. 6 Jul 1820.

page 189   Madison Co., Ga.: 1 Feb 1820, Henry Tankersly to William F. Rust, both of Madison Co., for $175, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, beg. pine cor. on Shadrack Smith’s line, S25W 38 ch. to chestnut cor., S88E 10 ch. to post oak, N12E 18 ch. to pine cor., S75W 9 ch. 50 links to post oak cor., N16E 13 ch. to red oak stump, N40W 31 ch. to pine cor., along the old road to beg., 261 & 9/10 acres. (signed) Henry Tankersly. Wit: John Phipps, Wm. Stephens. Proved by John Phipps 17 Feb 1820, Robert Groves, J.P.

page 190   Madison Co., Ga.: 6 Jul 1820, William F. Rust of Madison Co. to Giles Griswold of the city of Augusta, Ga., for $400, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek adj. Shadrack Smith & others, beg. pine cor. on said Smith’s line, S25W 38 ch. to black gum cor., S65E 50 ch. to post oak, S47E 30 ch. to pine cor., S30E 6 ch. to chestnut cor., S88E 10 ch. to p.o. cor., N12E 18 ch. to pine cor., S78W 9 ch. 50 links to post oak cor., N16E 13 ch. to red oak stump, N40W 31 ch. to pine cor., along the old road to beg., 261 & 9/10 acres. (signed) William F. Rust. Wit: John Richardson, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 7 Jul 1820.

page 191   2 Sep 1811, Smith Rumley of Oglethorpe Co., Ga. to Nathan Merony of Clark Co., Ga., for $20, 10 acres in Clark Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, beg. poplar on a branch, down branch to oak on George Hampton’s line, with Hampton’s line to post oak, with Hampton’s line to chestnut, thence to beg., granted to John Darden. (signed) Smith Rumley. Wit: Emanuel James, Pataniel (x) James, Nicholas Baker, J.P. Rec. 7 Jul 1820.

page 192   2 Sept 1811, Smith Brumly of Oglethorpe Co., Ga. to Nathan Merony of Clark Co., Ga., for $125, 250 acres in Clark Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, beg. post oak on George Hampton’s line neare a branch, with Hampton’s line to pine, with Hampton’s line to post oak, with Hampton’s line to stake adj. Levy Rumley’s, with old line by an old red oak cor., a direct course to DeEstang’s line, with DeEstang’s line to Darden’s old line, with said old line to black gum in a pond, with Darden’s old line to Nelson Conners’ on said old line, with said Nelson’s line to beg., part of a tract granted to John Darden. (signed) Smith Rumley. Wit: Emaniel James, Patience (x) James, Nicholas Baker, J.P. Rec. 7 Jul 1820.

page 193   21 Madison Co., Ga.: 21 Dec 1818, Nathan Merony to John Merony, both of Madison Co.; Nathan Merony does give, grant and bequeath to John Merony a tract in said county on waters of Middle Fork of Brushy Creek, adj. William Merony and others, beg. chestnut cor., N73E 27 ch. to red oak, N77E 11 to pine, N10E 9 to spanish oak, N79W 24 to red oak, S12W 25.50 to beg., 60 acres. (signed) Nathan Merony. Wit: Brazile (x) Burroughs, William Merony, Bozeman Adair, J.I.C.

page 193   16 Jul 1816, Nathan Merony to John Merony, both of Madison Co., Ga.; Nathan Merony do give, grant and bequeath to John Merony a tract in Madison Co. on the south fork of Brushy Creek, adj. Joseph Sanders & others, beg. hickory on Sanders’ cor., S66E 130 poles to red oak, N50E 254 poles to red oak cor., N25W 10 poles to spanish oak, S83W 142 poles to post oak, N5E 112 poles to red oak, due west 60 poles to pine cor., S40W to beg., 200 acres. (signed) Nathan Merony. Wit: William Merony, Elizabeth Merony, Bozeman Adair, J.I.C. Rec. 17 Jul 1820.

page 194   Ga.: 22 Apr 1820, William Smith, Sr. to Shadrick Smith, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $150, tract in said county on waters of Brushy Creek, beg. stake cor., S12W 30 ch. to pine cor., S41E 21 ch. to pine cor., N51E 26 ch. to pine cor., N20W 34 ch. 50 links to hickory cor., S78W 16 ch. to beg., 109 acres. (signed) William (x) Smith. Wit: James Bond, Joseph Cox, John S. Anderson, J.P. Rec. 31 Jul 1820.

page 195   2 Mar 1820, Jas. O’Kelly to James Vinyard, Sr., both of Madison Co., Ga., for $67, tract in Madison Co. on Vinyards Creek, bounded NE by John Vinyard’s land, NW by Jas. Vinyard’s land, SW by Thomas O’Kelly’s line, SE by unknown, surveyed for Joseph Goss 18 Feb 1802, 47 acres. (signed) James O’Kelly. Wit: Bany (x) O’Kelly, John Vinyard. Proved by John Vinyard 11 May 1820, Jeremiah Hall, J.P. Rec. 8 Aug 1820.

page 198   15 May 1820, Joseph & Hester Vinyard to James Vinyard, Jr., all of Madison Co., Ga., for $525, tract in Madison Co. on Vinyard’s Creek, beg. post oak, N53E 55 ch. to hickory cor., S37E 36.37 to b.o., S parallel with first line to white oak cor., parallel with 2nd line to beg., 200 acres, surveyed 15 Jul 1785 & granted to Ishmeal Vinyard. (signed) Joseph Vinyard, Hester (x) Vinyard. Wit: John Etcherson, Elizabeth (x) Vinyard. Proved by John Etcherson 17 Jun 1820, Jas. Hall, J.P. Rec. 9 Aug 1820.

page 199   Madison Co., Ga.: 18 May 1820, John Griffith to Jas. Garner, both of Madison Co., for $250, 57 acres adj. Wm. Williford & Wm. Evans, Jas. Griffith & Jas. Garner, it being his third part of a tract deeded by John Griffith, Sr. to the heirs of John Griffith, Jr., dec’d, to wit, to Wm. Griffith, John Griffith & James Griffith, in Madison Co. on waters of Fork Creek, beg. hickory cor., S43E one third of the line to hickory cor., across the tract to white oak, N41W to post oak, S49W 36 to beg. (signed) John Griffith. Wit: John Vinyard, Benjamin Gholston, J.P. Rec. 9 Aug 1820.

page 199   Madison Co., Ga.: Henry Tankersly of said county held and firmly bound to William F. Rust in just and full sum of $2000 for delivery of one negro woman and her 3 children; Jenny about 25 or 26, Liddy about 7, Martha & Mary twins about 9 months of age. 2 Sep 1819. (signed) Henry Tankersly. Wit: Francis C. Hackney, John Phipps. Proved by John Phipps 1 Feb 1820, Robert Groves, J.P. Rec. 15 Aug 1820.