Madison County, Georgia
Deed Book BDE
1818-1828

Pages 400 - 499

 

page 400   Madison Co., Ga.: Berry G. Tillman, James Carithers, James Anderson and William C. Carithers are bound to the judges of the court of Ordinary in the just and full sum of $6000 this 13 Nov 1824; the condition of the above obligation is such that if Berry G. Tillman and James Carithers, admins. of the property of Dixon Tillman, 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; administer according to law; make a just and true account of their actings and doings therein 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 Berry G. Tillman and James Carithers render and deliver up letters of admin., this obligation be void. (signed) Berry G. Tillman, James Carithers, James Anderson, W. C. Carithers. William Sanders, C.C.O. Rec. 1 Dec 1824.

page 401   Madison Co., Ga.: 29 Jul 1824, M. T. Willhite, Sheriff of Madison Co., to Joseph Bradburry; two executions issued from the justices’ court in William L. Griffith’s dist. 13 Apr 1822 against the property of Gabrial Grice; one for $20 besides interest and cost in favor of Edward Cox, the other in favor of Dudley Dunn ofr $10 besides interest and cost; levied on all the interest, claim or title Gabrial Grice has in 100 acres whereon Lany Smith now lives, adj. James Eberhart and others, on the waters of Fork Creek, by John Russell, constable; after advertising in the Missionary, sold 6 Jul 1824 to Joseph Bradburry, the highest bidder, for $21. (signed) M. T. Willhite, Shff. Wit: Wm. L. Griffith, John Woods, J.P. Rec. 14 Dec 1824.

page 402   Ga.: 16 Sep 1824, Nathaniel H. Bullock to William G. Bullock, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $300, tract in Madison Co. on waters of north fork of Brushy Creek, beg. hickory cor. on John Merony and Hawkins Bullock’s line, S17W 15 ch. 50 links to white oak cor., S78W 20 ch. to ash, N31W 10 ch. to post oak, thence a strate line to pine on Joseph Landers’ line, S89E to beg., 90 acres, part of a tract orig. granted to John Darden. (signed) Nathaniel H. Bullock. Wit: Nathan Merony, John Merony, J.P. Rec. 14 Dec 1824.

page 403   Madison Co., Ga.: Jacob Burton and James Sewell are bound to the judges of the court of Ordinary in the just and full sum of $2000 this 13 Dec 1824; the condition of the above obligation is that if Jacob Burton, admin. of the property of Christian Sewell, late of said county, dec’d, make a true and perfect inventory of the property of said dec’d and make exhibit to court of Ordinary; administer according to law; make a just and true account of his actings and doings therein 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 Jacob Burton render and deliver up letters of admin., this obligation be void. (signed) Jacob Burton, James Sewell. William Sanders, C.C.O. Rec. 14 Dec 1824.

page 403   17 Dec 1824, James Walker of Shelby Co., Al. to Josiah Hopkins of Madison Co., Ga., for $80, 100 acres, being one fourth part of a tract granted to John Cargill dated the 12th and survey the 14th Apr 1787 on waters of South River, beg. on south side, N10E 33.40 to post oak, S80E 30 ch. to hickory, S10W 33.40 to j.o., N80W to beg. (signed) James Walker. Wit: Samuel Higinbotham, James Eberhart, J.I C. Rec. 17 Dec 1824.

page 404   Madison Co., Ga.: 10 Jan 1824, William L. Griffith, Sheriff of Madison Co., to James Scott of Madison Co.; an execution issued from the Superior Court in favor of George Christian for the use of Charles W. Christian against the property of William Cleghorn and John Cleghorn for $50 besides interest and cost, 8 Apr 1820; levied upon 200 acres in Madison Co. as the property of John Claghorn; advertised in the Missionary and sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. Sep 1822 to James Scott, the highest bidder, for $28.18 . (signed) W. L. Griffith, Shff. Wit: James Eberhart, Thomas Long, J.P. Rec. 8 Jan 1825.

page 405   Madison Co., Ga.: 12 Jan 1824, William L. Griffith, Sheriff of Madison Co., to William P. Culberson, Sr. of Madison Co.; two executions issued from Reuben Jordan, one of the justices of the peace for Oglethorpe Co., directed to Obadiah W. Tally, constable, to levy upon the property of Joseph Willingham, 28 Jan 1811, in favor of Wm. P. Culberson, which execution was for $41.22 besides interest and cost; levied upon 210 acres in Madison Co. adj. Joseph Hanna and others as the property of Joseph Willingham, by John Russell, constable; advertised in the Missionary and sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. Apr last to William P. Culberson, Sr., the highest bidder, for $95. (signed) W. L. Griffith, Shff. Wit: Jno. Phipps, Giles Harris, J.I.C. Rec. 11 Jan 1825.

page 406   Madison Co., Ga.: 9 Jan 1823, William Evans to James L. Griffith, both of Madison Co., for $300, 88 acres on waters of Fork Creek, beg. post oak cor., SE on James Jarrell’s line 55 ch. 25 links to red oak cor., N5W 49 ch. on Gumps line to red oak cor., S89W 24 ch. on Evans’ line to pine cor., S4W 4 ch. to beg. (signed) William Evans. Wit: Thomas Evans, John L. Griffith, David Evans, J.P. Celia (x) Evans, wife of William Evans, relinquishes her dower, 20 Dec 1824. Rec. 15 Jan 1825.

page 407   Madison Co., Ga.: 28 Oct 1823, Bird Moon to Camel Atcherson, for $425, half of a tract adj. Nathaniel Atcherson and George Wiley on Fork Creek; the dividing line to beg. at one end and run out at the other, not exceeding 5 rods above the ford of said creek, thence between our plantations; it being the same tract conveyed by William Appleby to Gabrial Willhite and afterwards sold to satisfy an exectution against said Willhite. (signed) Bird Moon. Wit: John Etcherson, Thomas Long, J.P. Rec. 8 Feb 1825.

page 408   Ga.: 3 Feb 1823, James Bone to Birdy Williams, both of Madison Co., for $164, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Sandy Creek adj. B. Adair, John Williams and others, beg. holly on Little Sandy Creek, S70W 10 ch. to post oak, S20E 38 ch. to stake, N62E 14 ch. 50 links to sweet gum on the creek, up creek to beg., 65 acres, part of a 150 acre survey orig. granted to John Williams. (signed) James Bone. Wit: G. Watson, William Merony, Bozeman Adare, J.I.C. Rec. 8 Feb 1825.

page 409   Jackson Co., Ga.: 23 Nov 1824, James Hargroves & George W. Hudson of Jackson Co. to Willis H. Strickland of Madison Co., for $400, 350 acres in Madison Co. on South Broad River, part of a 674 acre survey granted to John McKie, beg. post oak x, S50E 22 to gum x, S40W 16 to black oak x, S70E 50 to pine x, N15E to Hays’ line, N26W along said line to line of McKie’s survey, N75W to stake x, S15W 69 to beg., bounded NE by Hays’ survey. (signed) James Hargroves, George W. Hudson. Wit: Cinthia (x) Hargroves, Edward Carroll, J.P. Elizabeth Hargroves and Patsy R. Hudson relinquish their dowers. Rec. 8 Feb 1825.

page 410   Ga.: 30 Jul 1824, William Smithwick of Madison Co., Ga., for natural love and affection to my beloved granddaughter Susannah Smithwick, tract on Mill Shoal Creek adj. John Berryman eastwardly, beg. white oak x, S17W 31 ch. 50 links to pine x, S73E 31 ch. 50 links to black oak x, N17E 31 ch. 50 links to pine, thence to beg., 100 acres, granted to John Mconnell and conveyed to me by Joseph Neel. (signed) William (x) Smithwick. Wit: John Mason, Edward Smithwick, J.P. Rec. 7 Mar 1825.

page 410   27 Oct 1823, James H. Milllican of Madison Co., Ga. to John Stephens of Franklin Co., for $150, tract in Madison Co. including the plantation where said Millican now lives, 150 acres, beg. stake near Bragg’s land, with Berryman’s line to hickory, with John Turner’s line to post oak, with an old line turning a square to white oak near Mill Shoal Creek, strate to beg. (signed) James H. (x) Millican, Mary (x) Millican. Wit: George Bragg, Reding (x) Jordan. Proved by Reding (x) Jordan 20 Jan 1825, Edmond Smithwick, J.P. Rec. 9 Mar 1825.

page 411   12 Feb 1821, Isham T. Hogan of Morgan Co., Ga. to John Woods of Madison Co., for $600, tract in Madison Co. containing 200 acres, with 40 acres on the east side. (signed) John T. Hogan. Wit: Wm. Luker, Benjamin Witcher, Sr., Benjamin Witcher. Proved by Benjamin Witcher, Jr. 4 May 1822, Francis P. Eberhart, J.P. Rec. 9 Mar 1825.

page 412   2 Jul 1799, William Patten of Jackson Co., Ga. to Samuel Wood, Jr. of Elbert Co., for $305, tract on Broad River, granted to John Ross 19 Jan 1786, 200 acres, including a part cut off on the upper end by a division line, beg. at the river near the mouth of a branch, S28W 19 ch. to pine, S2W 16 ch. to pine, S65E 36 to hickory, N25E 23 ch. to black oak, S65W 13 ch. to stake, N24E 6 ch. to pine, E 6 ch. into river, up river to beg., 156 acres. (signed) William Pattan. Wit: Martha (x) Woods, Samuel Woods, J.P. Rec. 9 Mar 1825.

page 413   Madison Co., Ga.: 8 May 1824, John Woods to Samuel Woods, both of Madison Co., for $250, tract in Madison Co. on waters of North Fork of Broad River, 70 acres, part of a 200 acre tract orig. granted to John Watson, and part of a 40 acre tract orig. granted to Hide, the dividing beg. dogwood cor. on the east side, N68W 51 to red oak on west side. (signed) John Woods. Wit: Loverd More, Thomas Long, J.P. Rec. 9 Mar 1825.

page 413   Madison Co., Ga.: 15 Jan 1825, James Sanders of Madison Co. to the deacons of the Baptist Church of Moriah and their successors in office in behalf of said church, for good will and affection towards said church, tract in Madison Co. on Brushy Creek, 2 acres, beg. sasafrass cor. near the head of Hampton’s Mill Pond, S10W 6 ch. to post oak, S60E 4 ch. to post oak, N45E 5 ch. to stake on the bank of creek, with creek to beg., to include the Baptist Meeting House known by the name of Moriah, for a place of public worship forever. (signed) James Sanders. Wit: Kinchin (x) Strickland, William Sanders, Allen Daniel, J.I.C.

page 414   Madison Co., Ga.: 5 Apr 1824, Lewis McLeroy to Kinchin Strickland, both of Madison Co., for $24, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Broad River, 48 acres, bounding NW by unknown land, SE by Willhite’s land, NE by Griffith’s land. (signed) Lewis McLeroy. Wit: John Phipps, Benjamin Borum, J.P. Rec. 6 Apr 1825.

page 415   31 Oct 1823, Lenard Hays of Walton Co., Ga. to John Hays of Madison Co., for $300, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Fork of Broad River, adj. W. P. Arnold, Stephen Smith, beg. red oak, N70E 53.70 to pine, S71E 8.50 to spanish oak, N30E 20 to spanish oak, thence to beg., 100 acres. (signed) Lenard Hays. Wit: William Hall, Jeremiah Hall, J.P. Rec. 6 Apr 1825.

page 416   Richmond Co., Ga.: 21 Aug 1824, Welcome Allen of Richmond Co. to William L. Griffith of Madison Co., for $600, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Broad River, 193 acres, adj. Daniel Orr, William Atcherson & others, beg. post oak cor., N39E 8 ch. to pine cor., 50 ch. to pine cor., S 15 ch. 25 links to to red oak cor., E 13 ch. 50 links to hickory cor., S60W 10 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) Welcom Allen. Wit: Joseph Aney, R. Bush, J.P. Margaret Allen, wife of Welcome Allen of city of Augusta, state and county afsd., relinquishes her dower, James M. Laws, M.C.C., Justice of the Peace. Rec. 6 Apr 1825.

page 417   Madison Co., Ga.: 10 Jan 1824, William L. Griffith of Madison Co. to John Iler of Madison Co.; whereas an execution from a justices’ court in Capt. Griffith’s dist. in favor of James Hanna against the property of Margarett Gordon for $6.50 besides interest and cost, 17 Apr 1823; levied upon 30 acres adj. Bridgar Haynie and others, the property of Margarett Jordan; advertised in the Missionary and sold 1st July last to Willis Towns, the highest bidder, for $7, which bid was give up to John Iler. (signed) William L. Griffith, Shff. Wit: James Eberhart, Thomas Long, J.P. Rec. 6 Apr 1825.

page 418   Madison Co., Ga.: 5 Apr 1825, M. T. Willhite, Sheriff of Madison Co., to John Castleberry of Pitman Co., Ga.; by virtue of an execution issued from a justices’ court in said county 1816 against the property of Joshua Stephens in favor of John & William Thompson, levied on 100 acres in Madison Co. adj. James Veal & others; advertised in the Missionary and sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. Apr 1825 to Jeremiah Castleberry for John Castleberry, the highest bidder, for $20. (signed) M. T. Willhite, Sheriff. Wit: James Veal, Jr., Lewis Simms, J.I.C. Rec. 6 Apr 1825.

page 419   Madison Co., Ga.: 10 Mar 1824, Lewis McKleroy to Margarett Say, both of Madison Co., for $300, tract in Madison Co., but in Jackson Co. at time of survey, on waters of Broad River, 300 acres granted to Lewis McKleroy 7 Nov 1820, beg. post oak cor., N60E 60.50 to stake, N50W 39 to pine, N70W 7 to pine, N20W 15 to post oak, S60W 50.50 to sassafras, S22E 49 to beg. (signed) Lewis McLeroy. Wit: William Anderson, Jas. Bird, J.P. Rec. 6 Apr 1825.

page 420   Madison Co., Ga.: 1 Mar 1822, William L. Griffith, Sheriff of Madison Co., to Willis Towns of Madison Co.; an execution issued from the Superior Court of Elbert Co. in favor of Sally Powell against the property of Thomas J. Gregory, levied by John Scott, my predecessor in office, on Lot No. 35 in the village of Danielsville, 2 acres, advertised in the Missionary and sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. Dec 1821 to William Merony, the highest bidder, for $65, which William Merony gave up to Willis Towns. (signed) William L. Griffith, Shff. Wit: Edward Ware, Benjamin Borum, J.P. Willis Towns sayeth that he was possessed of a deed, of which the within is a substitute copy as near as he can recollect, and that the same is lost or mislaid, 20 Sep 1824. Rec. 6 Apr 1825.

page 421   Madison Co., Ga.: 16 Aug 1816, Nathan Williford, Sheriff of Madison Co., to Osborn Wiley of Madison Co.; by virtue of sundry executions against Lewis T. Berry, to wit; John Walton vs. Lewis T. Berry, William W. Williford vs. Lewis T. Berry and Nelson Higinbotham security in two cases, William Thompson vs. James Cooper & Lewis T. Berry, and Russell J. Daniel vs. Lewis T. Berry; levied on five lots in the town of Danielsville; advertised in the Athens Gazett, sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. inst.; Lot No. 6 sold to Osborn Wiley, the highest bidder, for $94. (signed) Nathan Williford, Shff. Wit: Saml. Williford, Wm. Cleghorn, J.P. Rec. 6 Apr 1825.

page 422   23 Nov 1812, Simon Cardwell to William Bone, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $250, tract in Madison Co. on waters of North Brushy Creek, beg. chestnut on the big road near the Oar Bank branch, with road NW 85 ch. to post oak on road, N50E 52 ch. to chestnut, S70E 70 ch. to pine, S11E 47 ch. across the Oar Bank branch post oak, S55W 48 ch. to beg., 300 acres, part of a 1000 acre survey granted to William Polk & Grant Tailor. (signed) Simon Cardwell. Wit: Malaki Simpson, William Merony, Nathan Merony, J.P. Rec. 12 May 1825.

page 423  1 Feb 1823, Littleberry Shields to William Bone, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $268, tract in Madison Co., beg. hickory on the bank of South River, S 40 ch. to pine, S85E to pine, N2E 84 ch. to stake on Esq. Jenkins’ line on the bank of river, with river to beg., 142 acres. (signed) Littleberry (x) Shields. Wit: Joel Freeman, John Claghorn, J.P. Rec. 17 May 1825.

page 423   Ga.: 26 Apr 1825, Joseph Sanders to John Sanders, both of Madison Co., for $200, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek adj. said Joseph & others, beg. post oak cor., S16E 35 ch. 50 links to pine, N74E 3 ch. to red oak, S16E to post oak, S20W 59 ch. 50 links to post oak, N23W 31 ch. 50 links to black oak, N13E, N13W 24 ch. to black oak, N68E 58 ch. to beg., 338 acres, granted to Joseph Sanders 11 Dec 1823. (signed) Joseph (x) Sanders. Wit: E.D. Ware, Benj. Borum, J.P. Rec. 21 May 1825.

page 424   Madison Co., Ga.: 11 Dec 1824, William Sanders to Argalus Sanders, both of Madison Co., for $100, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, 145 acres adj. William S. Whitworth & others, beg. pine cor., S69E 54 ch. to stake cor., S21E 27 ch. to stake cor., N69W 20 ch. to pine cor., S23E 1 ch. 43 links to white oak cor., N50E 4 ch. 71 links to pine, N69E 14 ch. 70 links to stake cor., N21W 27 ch. to beg. (signed) William Sanders. Wit: Wm. S. Whitworth, John Sanders, J.I.C. Rec. 21 May 1825.

page 425   Madison Co., Ga.: 16 Mar 1824, Vineing Cooper of Madison Co. to Phillip P. Colbert of Oglethorpe Co., for $600, 235 acres in Madison Co. on north side of Brushy Creek, part of a tract granted to Hugh McDaniel, beg. branch adj. William Webb on poplar cor., down branch to the Buck branch to a poplar cor., down branch to its junction with Brushy Creek to black oak cor., down creek to iron wood cor., N15W 38 ch. to black oak cor., S78E 4 ch. to pine, N76W 10 ch. to stake, N 3 ch. 50 links to stake, N55W 15 to pine, to beg., bounded on the Buck branch by said Colbert, on Brushy Creek by William Sanders. (signed) Vineing Cooper, Sarah (x) Cooper. Wit: Tolbert Strickland, Stephen B. Stephens, John Sanders, J.I.C. Sarah Cooper, wife of Vineing Cooper, relinquishes her dower, 9 Dec 1824, Adam Eberhart, John Sanders, J.I.C. Rec. 21 May 1825.

page 426   27 Aug 1818, Benjamin Pruitt of Madison Co., Ga. to Thomas Bennett of Jackson Co., for $400, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Blacks Creek, 172 acres, part of a tract orig. granted to William Few and part to Harden, beg. hickory, N50W 35 ch. to red oak, up creek 16 ch. 30 links to hickory, S 25 ch. to chestnut, S40W 10 ch. to post oak, S 60 ch. to post oak, thence bounded by William Howenton to post oak cor., to pine cor. agreed on between Thomas & Tapley Bennett, to spanish oak agreed on by the partys, to hickory on conditional line on Henry Strickland’s line, to beg. (signed) Benjamin Pruitt. Wit: Willson Howenton, Sterling Chandler. Proved by Sterling Chandler 2 Jul 1825, John Claghorn, J.P. Rec. 5 Jul 1825.

page 427   25 Jan 1819, Richardson Chandler to Thomas Bennett, both of Madison Co., for $100, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Blacks Creek, beg. post oak x on Willson Howenton’s line, along said line to hickory x, N50E 56 poles to post oak, NW to post oak, NE to chestnut, NW to stake, to poplar, to pine, to pine, to stake in the branch, up branch to head spring, strate line to beg., 90 acres. (signed) Richardson Chandler. Wit: Sterling Chandler, Willson Howenton. Proved by Willson Howenton 2 Jul 1825, John Claghorn, J.P. Rec. 5 Jul 1825.

page 428   9 Jan 1820, Alexander Johnson to Thomas Bennett and Tapley Bennett, for $200, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Blacks Creek, beg. red oak cor., W to pine cor., S to post oak cor., E to pine cor., along conditional line between said Johnson post to hickory cor. on the creek, to beg., 100 acres. (signed) Alexander Johnson. Wit: Willson Howenton, Elisha (x) Banks. Proved by Willson Howenton 2 Jul 1825, John Claghorn, J.P. Rec. 5 Jul 1825.

page 429   3 Jan 1824, Charles E. Woods of Tennessee to James Eberhart of Georgia, for $275, tract in Madison Co., Ga. on Fork Creek, adj. William Bradberry & William L. Griffith on the east and Peter David on the north, 171 acres. (signed) Charles E. Woods. Wit: Abraham D. Woods, Robert Eberhart. Proved by Robert Eberhart 9 Apr 1825, John Wood, J.P. Rec. 5 Jul 1825.

page 430   16 Apr 1825, Berry Hendrick to William S. Hendrick, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $500, 300 acres in Madison Co., beg. Fork Creek, to pine cor., N43W 92 20 to post oak cor., N54E 34 to pine cor., S54E 72 to pine cor., S19W 50 75 to beg. (signed) B. Hendrick. Wit: M. T. Willhite, Elisha Ware, J.P. Rec. 5 Jul 1825.

page 430   Madison Co., Ga.: 12 Jul 1825, M. T. Willhite, Sheriff of Madison Co., to Benjamin Borum of Madison Co.; execution issued from the Superior Court in favor of John Wallton against the property of John Baugh and Peter Smith, levied by John Scott, one of the officers of said county, on Lot No. 40 in Danielsville, acre, advertised in the Missionary and sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. Aug 1821 to William Murray, the highest bidder, for $25, which bid William Murray gave up to Benjamin Borum. (signed) M. T. Willhite, Shff. Wit: John Phipps, James Eberhart, J.I.C. Rec. 21 Jul 1825.

page 431   Madison Co., Ga.: 2 Jan 1822, John Scott, Sheriff of Madison Co., to Isaac Strickland of Madison Co.; whereas sundry executions issued from the Superior Court for $1108 besides interest and cost, in favor of Elisha Ware against the property of Peter Smith, 13 Dec 1825, levied on 208 acres on north fork of Blue Stone Creek adj. William Dixon & others, a tract where Peter Smith now lives, advertised in the Missionary and sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. Feb 1821 to Isaac Strickland, the highest bidder, for $850. (signed) John Scott, Shff. Wit: Solomon Strickland, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 21 Jul 1825.

page 432   Madison Co., Ga.: 25 Jul 1825, Meshack Turner Willhite, Sheriff of Madison Co., to Robert M. Garvan; whereas a writ of Fieria Facias on 9 Sep 1824 issued from Superior Court to all the sheriffs of the state, commanding that of the property of James Alexander to cause to be made the sum of $862 besides interest and cost; levied on 10 Nov 1824 on a tract in Madison Co. adj. Russell J. Daniel, Thomas Deen & others, embracing the Madison Springs, 980 acres; advertised in the Missionary and sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. Feb 1825 to Isaac Strickland, the highest bidder, for $730, which bid he gave up to Robert M. Garvan. (signed) M. T. Willhite, Shff. Wit: James Powers, Benjamin Borum, J.P.

page 433   Madison Co., Ga.: 21 Jul 1825, Meshack Turner Willhite, Sheriff of Madison Co., to James Long of Madison Co.; an execution issued on the foreclosure of a mortgage against Henry Tankersly in favor of Peter Smith for $1500 besides interest and cost, 17 Apr 1825, in which there was a mortgage to Peter Smith by Henry Tankersly, one half of 4 acres of land adj. the village of Danielsville, one half of the gin house, one half of the cotton machine and one half of everything else appertaining thereunto; levied on one half of 4 acres as above described, one half the cotton machine, one half the packing screw and one half of everything else, advertised in the Missionary and sold 5 Jul 1825 to Isaac Strickland, the highest bidder, for $49, which bid he gave up to James Long; and an exection issued against Peter Smith in favor of Isaac Strickland for $36.07 besides interest and cost, 13 Sep 1820, levied on one half of 4 acres adj. the village of Danielsville, one half of a cotton machine, one half of a packing screw and one half of everything else pertaining to said lot, known as the Gin House lot, advertised in the Missionary and sold 1 Jul 1825 to James Long, the highest bidder, for $17.50. (signed) M. T. Willhite. Wit: James Power, Benjamin Borum, J.P. Rec. 9 Aug 1825.

page 435   Richmond Co., Ga.: 15 Oct 1824, Robert Lang of Richmond Co. to Thomas J. Walton of Richmond Co., for $400, tract in Madison Co. on South Broad River adj. David, Buchhanan & Wynn, 107 acres. (signed) Robert Lang. Wit: N. Legre, A. J. Hirlington, J.P. Helena E. Lang, wife of Robert Lang, relinquishes her dower. Rec. 10 Aug 1825.

page 436   Clark Co., Ga.: 1 Mar 1825, Thomas Pye Clark of Illinois to James Burroughs of Madison Co., Ga., for $600, tract in Madison and Clark Co., but in the county of Franklin at time of survey, at the head waters of Beaverdam and Brush Creek, 450 acres orig. granted to Charles Clark 10 Jan 1787, beg. post oak (orig. a pine), S40E 84 ch. to post oak, bounded by James Burroughs, S40W 70 ch. to post oak (bounded by Beard and Watkins), N40W 85 ch. to pine stake, orig. a red oak, bounded by Count D’Estangs survey, strate line to beg., bounded by Gossett, Bullock & Burroughs. (signed) Thomas Pye Clark. Wit: Samuel Galliher, S. Brown, J.P. Rec. 3 Oct 1825.

page 437   Madison Co., Ga.: 2 Aug 1825, James Anderson, tax collector for the year 1824 to collect the taxes for the year 1823, to John Russell of Madison Co.; whereas Jessee Willingham gave in 210 acres on Holly Creek, besides his poll tax, which amounts in all to 56 cents, which tax he failed to pay; levied on the 210 acres to satisfy the tax; advertised in the Athens Gazett and sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. Aug 1825 to John Russell, the highest bidder, for $8.06 . (signed) James Anderson, TC. Wit: John Wood, J.P., Lewis Simms, J.I.C. Rec. 4 Oct 1825.

page 438   Wilks Co., Ga.: 17 Jan 1825, Daniel Carington of Wilkes Co., trustee for the heirs and representatives of the Reverand Timothy Carington, late of Madison Co., dec’d, to James Sterling of Madison Co., for $600, tract in Madison Co., the same tract Timothy Carington, dec’d did live on in his lifetime, beg. post oak cor., N70E 40 to black oak cor., to black gum cor., to black oak x, to beg., 200 acres, with the exception that the said Daniel Carington reserves in the sale 30 feet square, including the grave being on the center of said reserve. (signed) David Carington. Wit: Geo. Jarrell, Osborn Carington. Proved by Osborn Carington 1 Oct 1825, David Evans, J.P. Rec. 4 Oct 1825.

page 439   Madison Co., Ga.: 9 Aug 1825, James Sterling to Stephen White, both of Madison Co., for $75, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Broad River, 25 acres adj. Stephen White, part of a tract orig. granted to John Deal, beg. stake cor. but in the orig. grant a black oak cor., S18E 15 ch. 81 links to pine cor., N70E 15 ch. 81 links to white oak cor., N18W 15 ch. 81 links to hickory cor., S70 15 ch. 81 links to beg. (signed) James Sterling. Wit: James Long, Benj. Borum, J.P. Rec. 4 Oct 1825.

page 440   Madison Co., Ga.: 2 Aug 1825, James Anderson, tax collector for the year 1824 to collect the taxes for the year 1823, to John Russell of Madison Co.; whereas Jessee Willingham gave in 210 acres on Holly Creek, besides his poll tax, which amounts in all to 56 cents, which tax he failed to pay; levied on the 210 acres to satisfy the tax; advertised in the Athens Gazett and sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. Aug 1825 to John Russell, the highest bidder, for $8.06 . (signed) James Anderson, TC. Wit: John Wood, J.P., Lewis Simms, J.I.C. Rec. 4 Oct 1825.

page 441   Ga.: 15 Oct 1824, Nathan Williford to John Millican, both of Madison Co., for $700, 350 acres in Madison Co. on north fork of Blue Stone Creek, bounded by Thomas Hemphill, William Dixon, Russell J. Daniel and Nathan Williford, granted to John McKie 2 Aug 1786. (signed) Nathan Williford. Wit: John E. Colwell, Andrew Gailey, J.P. Martha Williford, wife of Nathan Williford, relinquishes her dower. Rec. 4 Oct 1825.

page 442   7 Apr 1821, James Oliver of Elbert Co., Ga. to Forester Upsher of Madison Co., for $700, tract in Madison Co. on North Fork of Broad River, beg. white oak x, S75W 20 ch. 36 links to pine x, N15W 63 ch. 25 links to red oak x, N75E 10 ch. to pine on North Fork of Broad River, down river to hickory cor., thence to beg., 195 acres. (signed) James Oliver. Wit: John Wood, G. B. Christian, Robert Evans, Reubin Christian, J.P. Rec. 4 Oct 1825.

page 442   Madison Co., Ga.: 28 Feb 1818, Bazel Brawner to Forester Upsher, both of Madison Co., for $15, all my part lot or legacy in the right of my wife in a tract of land more or less lying in Madison Co. on waters of Broad River, conveyed to Henry Jones to Elizabeth Campbell, Nancy Campbell, Mary Campbell, Margarett Campbell and John Campbell, adj. Forester Upsher, Jessee Balard, Thomson Hogan and land of Carlep Campbell, dec’d. (signed) Bazell Brawner. Wit: Samuel Christian, Robert B. Christian, J.P. Rec. 4 Oct 1825.

page 443   28 Dec 1824, William Campbell of Elbert Co., Ga. to Forester Upsher of Morgan Co., for $80, 80 acres in Madison Co. on waters of Broad River, granted to Joel Miller, beg. pine cor., E 29 ch. to pine, N11W 43 ch. 50 links to pine, S63W 20 ch. to pine, thence to beg. (signed) William Campbell. Wit: Allen Woods, John Woods, J.P. Rec. 4 Oct 1825.

page 444   Madison Co., Ga.: 10 Oct 1824, John Landers and Lettice Landers, his wife, to John Hopkins, all of Madison Co., for $400, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Fork of Broad River, 200 acres, part of a tract orig. granted to John Landers, adj. James Thompson, William Thompson & others, beg. dogwood, S69E 53 ch. 10 links to black oak, N20E 11 ch. 65 links to hickory, S70E 23 ch. to stake, N43W 88 ch. 46 links to post oak, S43W 80 ch. 50 links to pine, N45W 5 ch. to hickory, S45W 46 ch. to beg. (signed) John Landers, Lettice Landers. Wit: Johnathan Cooper, Lewis Simms, J.I.C. Rec. 14 Oct 1825.

page 445   Madison Co., Ga.: 8 Oct 1825, Meshack Turner Willhite, Sheriff of Madison Co., to Robert M. Garvin of Madison Co.; whereas a writ of Fieri Facias where William P. Arnold was plaintiff, James Alexander, James Oliver and Robert M. Garvin securities on the appeal are defendants, 9 Sep 1824, issued out of Superior Court, $862 besides interest and cost; on 10 Nov 1824, levied said writ, along with others against James Alexander, on a tract in Madison Co. adj. Russell J. Daniel, Thomas Deen and others, embracing the Madison Springs, 980 acres; advertised in the Missionary and sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. Feb 1825 to Isaac Strickland, the highest bidder, for $730; said Isaac Strickland authorized Meshack T. Willhite to make titles to the said Robert M. Garvin. (signed) M. T. Willhite, Shff. Rec. 14 Oct 1825.

page 446   Madison Co., Ga.: 5 Sep 1825, James Anderson, tax collector for the year 1824 to collect the taxes due for 1823, to Thomas Griffith of Madison Co.; on the 1st day of Aug. the following tract was sold to Thomas Griffith, the highest bidder, for $1; 100 acres taken as the property of Samuel Landers, adj. Sorrells, S. C. Maning, Scull Shoal Creek, in Madison Co. (signed) James Anderson, TC. Wit: William S. Whitworth, William Merony, Thomas Bennett, J.P. Rec. 14 Oct 1825.

page 447   Madison Co., Ga.: 1 Aug 1816, William Smith, Sr. to Henry Smith, both of Madison Co., for $250, tract in Madison Co. on Hardamans Fork of Sandy Creek, 106 acres, beg. pine cor., N70E 15 to maple cor., S29E 55 to post oak cor., S70W 24 to post oak cor., thence to beg., part of a 1000 acre survey granted to Garnett, adj. William Sharp and others. (signed) William (x) Smith. Wit: Joshua Johnson, J.P., M. H. Pittman, J.P. Rec. 14 Oct 1825.

page 447   Madison Co., Ga.: 24 Apr 1824, Wm. Smith, Jr. to Henry Smith, both of Madison Co., for $5, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Sandy Creek, beg. branch on a white oak, S29E to post oak cor. on Tailor’s line, S70W 24 to post oak cor., N25W to chestnut on the branch, meanders of branch to beg., 60 acres, part of a tract granted to William Smith. (signed) William Smith. Wit: John Stroder, Burrell J. Wiley, J.P. Rec. 14 Oct 1825.

page 448   26 Dec 1821, William Smith, Sr. to Samuel Smith, both of Madison Co., Ga., 160 acres, for $200, beg. post oak cor., to spanish oak stump, to post oak, to pine, to beg., adj. William Smith, Jr. & Strowder. (signed) William (x) Smith. Wit: Thomas Stapler, Wm. Smith, James (x) Smith, William H. Stapler, John Merony, J.P. Rec. 14 Oct 1825.

page 449   23 Feb 1821, Elias Hendricks to Jessee Redwine, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $150, 150 acres granted to Brock & Thomas Story, beg. fork of the creek, a new made gum cor., up creek to white oak cor., S to black oak cor., S to red oak cor. on Charles Bryant’s line, alng Berryman’s line W to red oak cor., N a new made line to Jordan’s cor. post oak, along Jordan’s line to beg. (signed) Elias Hendricks. Wit: James Kelly, William Hunt. Proved by James Kelly 24 Jun 1822, Andrew Gailey, J.P. Rec. 27 Oct 1825.

page 449   Madison Co., Ga.: 26 Oct 1825, Elias Hendricks of Madison Co. to Stephen Herne of Franklin Co., for $150, 100 acres granted to James Brock and Elias Hendrick, beg. gum cor., W to red oak cor. on Bragg’s line, NW to stake cor. on Bragg’s line, N to white oak on creek, down creek to the fork, NE prong of creek to the line, along line to black jack cor., strate line to post oak cor. on Abrom Brown’s line, along line to post oak cor., along Berryman’s line to stake cor. on Berryman’s line, along Berryman’s line to beg. (signed) Elias Hendricks. Wit: George Bragg, Drewry Pinkney, Bass Hendley. Proved by George Bragg 26 Oct 1825, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 27 Oct 1825.

page 450   23 Apr 1819, John McCurdy of Madison Co., Ga. to John Edwards of Elbert Co., for $130, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Holly Creek, 93 acres, beg. s. wood on the branch, N 16 ch. to stake, 11 ch. 30 to black oak, N 19 ch. 50 links to pine stump, W 41 ch. to hickory, S28E 26 ch. to post oak, S44E 4 ch. to stake cor. on branch, down branch to beg. (signed) John McCurdy. Wit: James McCurdy, John McCurdy. Proved by James McCurdy 24 Nov 1824, David Evans, J.P. Rec. 9 Nov 1825.

page 451  Madison Co., Ga.: 31 Aug 1824, William Hanna to Isaac David, both of Madison Co., for $200, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Broad River, adj. John Martin, Joseph Vinyard and others, part of land granted to John Dooly and Joseph Bradburry, beg. pine cor. on Martin’s line, N75W 27 ch. 25 links to pine, S15W 52 ch. 50 links to pine, S75E 10 ch. to pine, N26E 13 ch. to post oak, S63E 20 ch. to post oak, N53E 35 ch. to pine, N20W 4 ch. to hickory, N63W 8 ch. to post oak, N33W 18 ch. to black oak, N15E 2 ch. to beg. (signed) Wm. Hanna. Wit: Bird Moon, James Eberhart, J.I.C. Rec. 9 Nov 1825.

page 452   11 Mar 1825, Leroy Johnson to Isaac David, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $200, tract in Madison Co., 117 acres orig. granted to Edward Collins, beg. pine, N62E 40 ch. to pine, E 33 ch. to post oak, S10E 10 ch. 51 links to post oak, S50W 61 ch. to black oak, N40W 28 ch. to beg. (signed) Leroy (x) Johnson. Wit: John Wood, James Eberhart, J.I.C. Rec. 9 Nov 1825.

page 453   Madison Co., Ga.: Joseph Bradburry to Isaac David, both of Madison Co., for $150, 179 acres in Madison Co. on waters of North Broad River, adj. said David and others, beg. post oak, S17W 10 ch. to pine, S45E 23 ch. to white oak, S 15 ch. 50 links to pine, N19E 15 ch. 50 links to hickory, S75E 25 ch. 63 links to pine, N31E 4 ch. 39 links to pine, S70E 2 ch. 69 links to pine, N20E 17 ch. 50 links to black oak, N83W 9, N5E 18 ch. to post oak, N76W 22 ch. 70 links to cucumber, N20W 8 ch. to pine, S51W 28 ch. 50 links to beg. (signed) Joseph Bradburry. Wit: John McLeroy, Thomas Long, J.P. Rec. 9 Nov 1825.

page 453   Madison Co., Ga.: 11 Jan 1825, Bird Moon to Isaac David, both of Madison Co., for $425, the place whereon Wm. Moon resided at the time of his death, on North Fork of Broad River, 200 acres, beg. hickory cor. on the banks of river, N70W 31 ch. 62 links to pine cor., S20W 63 ch. 24 links to pine cor., S70E 31 ch. to beach cor. near the mouth of Holly Creek, along river to beg., granted to John Gorham in 1787. (signed) Bird Moon. Wit: John McLeroy, Thomas Long, J.P. Rec. 9 Nov 1825.

page 454   Madison Co., Ga.: 11 Jan 1825, Archelus Moon to Isaac David, both of Madison Co., for $350, tract in Madison Co., 350 acres, beg. post oak, S64E 8 ch. 50 links to hickory, S82E 8 ch. 80 links to black gum, N21E 45 ch. 50 links to black oak, S71E 31 ch. 50 links to water oak on river, up Broad River to pine, S48W 36 ch. to post oak, N69W 22 ch. 50 links to post oak, N26W 27 ch. to beg., granted to said Moon. (signed) A. Moon. Wit: John McLeroy, Thomas Long, J.P. Rec. 9 Nov 1825.

page 455   Madison Co., Ga.: 15 Dec 1824, Joel Britt to Jessiah Human, both of Madison Co., for $100, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Holly Creek, 100 acres, part of a tract granted to John Darden, beg. white oak cor. on Glasses branch, S88E 24 ch. to pine, 19E 39 ch. to red oak, W 12.50 to red oak, S67W 10 to white oak, bounded by Glasses branch to beg. cor. (signed) Joel (x) Britt. Wit: John Wood, Joseph Bradburry. Proved by Joseph Bradburry 12 Mar 1825, Jno. Sanders, J.P. Rec. 9 Nov 1825.

page 455   Madison Co., Ga.: 1 Nov 1825, Meshack T. Willhite, Sheriff of Madison Co., to John Russell of Madison Co.; an execution issued from the justices’ court of Capt. Culbertson’s district of said county, in favor of James & Weston against the property of Jessee G. Ballard, for $28.94 besides interest and cost, under the hand of Johnathan Sanders, Esq. 17 Jun last; which execution John Russell, constable, levied on the interest Jesses G. Balard had in 100 acres in Madison Co. on waters of Fork Creek, adj. Thomas Long & others; said execution handed over to me; advertised in the Missionary and sold 1 Nov 1825 to John Russell, the highest bidder, for $3. (signed) M. T. Willhite. Wit: Robert Groves, Benjamin Borum, J.P., Elisha Ware, J.P. Rec. 9 Nov 1825.

page 456   Madison Co., Ga.: 14 Feb 1825, Henson Carrington to Henry P. White, both of Madison Co., for $114, 100 acres adj. H. P. White, James Thompson, William Thompson & others, part of a tract granted to myself, beg. pine, S5W 1 ch. 75 links to black gum cor., on James Thompson’s line S69W 7 ch. 68 links to black oak cor., on William Thompson’s line N20E 24 ch. to post oak cor., on William Thompson’s line N71W 11 ch. 30 links to post oak cor., N21E 35 ch. 65 links to black jack, S36E 68 ch. 29 links to black oak, on Stephen White’s line S68W 13 ch. 25 links to hickory cor., N25W 5 ch. to hickory cor., S76W 24 ch. 85 links to beg., on waters of South Fork of Broad River. (signed) Henson Carrington. Wit: Benjamin Smith, Lewis Simms, J.I.C. Polly (x) Carrington, wife of Henson Carrington, relinquishes her dower, 22 Jul 1825. Rec. 9 Nov 1825.

page 457   24 Jan 1825, William Scarborough and Trucy Scarborough, his wife, to John Thompson, all of Madison Co., Ga., for $90, 90 acres granted to Faxton Hendricks, beg. pine on the creek, a new made line between the plantation, to post oak cor. on Abraham Brown’s line, along said line to red oak cor., along William Swidby line to post oak cor. on B. Kelly’s, along Kelly’s line to post oak cor., W along Kelly’s line to red oak cor. on Kelly’s line, on Faxton Hendrick’s to creek, corners on creek, to beg. (signed) William (x) Scarborough, Tiercy Scarborough. Wit: Jessee Nealms, Jessee M. Redwine, James Kelly. Proved by James Kelly 7 Nov 1825, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Rec. 9 Nov 1825.

page 458   Madison Co., Ga.: 19 Oct 1825, Margarett Smith, widow of Peter Smith, late of Madison Co., dec’d, to James Long of Madison Co., for $20, all my rights of dower in 4 acres adj. village of Danielsville, known as the Gin House Lot. (signed) Margarett (x) Smith. Wit: Samuel Williford, Benjamin Borum, J.P. Rec. 9 Nov 1825.

page 459   Franklin Co., Ga.: 1 Mar 1819, James Gilbert of Franklin Co. and William Gilbert of Mississippi Territory, to Willis Towns of Franklin Co., for $1400, tract in Franklin Co. beg. post oak cor., S45E 44 ch. 90 links to pine cor., N45E 17 ch. 50 links to black oak x, S45E 15 ch. 50 links to gum cor., S45W 35 ch. to pine x, E 11 ch. to hickory x, N74E 50 ch. to black oak x, N30E 140 ch. to pine x on Carter’s line, along Wilder’s line to post oak x, to a post oak x on Dial’s line, along said line to red oak x, N30W to ash x on Blacks Creek, up creek to hickory x, N40W along McEntire’s line 65 ch. to pine x, S35W 42 ch. 50 links to white oak x, S55E 18 ch. to black oak, S45W to beg., 900 acres. (signed) James Gilbert, William Gilbert. Wit: Phinehas Matthews, James Rylie. Proved by Phinehas Matthews, Franklin Co., 9 Dec 1820, Joseph Morris, J.P. Rec. 20 Dec 1825.

page 460   12 Nov 1825, Jacob Moon to John Colley, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $700, tract in Madison Co. on North Broad River, beg. dogwood on the river bank, S20W 81 ch. to pine, N45E 25.50 to post oak, S40E 15 to pine, N50E 45 ch. to maple on the river bank, along river bank to beg., 220 acres adj. Human and Woods. (signed) Jacob (x) Moon. Wit: William Moon, John Woods, J.P. Mary Ann (x) Moon, wife of Jacob Moon, relinquishes her dower. Rec. 20 Dec 1825.

page 460   Madison Co., Ga.: 12 Jul 1825, Meshack Turner Willhite, Sheriff of Madison Co., to Russell Jones of Madison Co.; an execution issued on the foreclosure of a mortgage in favor of Peter Smith against one half of Lot No. 1 in the village of Danielsville, 19 Dec 1822, for $500 besides interest and cost, as the property of Henry Tankersly; one other execution issued on the foreclosure of a mortgage in favor of Peter Smith & Henry Tankersly against one half of Lot No. 1, also Lots No. 2, 17, 18, 31 and 32 in Danielsville, 19 Apr 1825, for $1500 besides interest and cost; levied upon said lots, advertised and sold at the courthouse Tues. 5 Jul 1825; Lot No. 1 to Lewis Jones, Jr., the highest bidder, for $150, which bid he gave up to Russell Jones; Lot No. 2 to Lewis Jones, the highest bidder, for $52, which bid he gave up to Russell Jones; Lot No. 17 to James Bird, the highest bidder, for $10.06 , which bid he gave up to Russell Jones; Lot No. 18 to Lewis Jones, Jr., the highest bidder, for $5, which bid he gave up to Russell Jones; Lot No. 31 to Lewis Jones, Sr., the highest bidder, for $3, which bid he gave up to Russell Jones; Lot No. 32 to Lewis Jones, Sr., the highest bidder, for $12, which bid he gave up to Russell Jones; amounting together $233.06 . (signed) M. T. Willhite, Shff. Wit: Willis Towns, Benj. Borum, J.P. Rec. 20 Dec 1825.

page 462   Madison Co., Ga.: 27 Dec 1825, Margarett Smith, widow of Peter Smith, late of Madison Co., dec’d, to Russell Jones, Jr. of Madison Co., for $150, all my rights of dower in the following lots in the village of Danielsville; Lots No. 1, 2, 17, 18, 31 and 32. (signed) Margarett (x) Smith. Wit: James Long, James Sanders, J.I.C. Rec. 30 Dec 1825.

page 463   Madison Co., Ga.: 28 Nov 1825, Jeremiah Allbright to Benjamin Brown, both of Madison Co., for $700, 281 acres, with the exception of 119 acres which belongs to James Ware lying within the bounds; beg. pine, N25W 77 ch. 67 links to red oak cor. on Blue Stone Creek, up creek to white oak cor., S25E 64 ch. to post oak, N65E 50 ch. 50 links to beg., the part where Jeremiah Allbright now lives, being all the land within the bounds except 119 acres already laid off within the bounds and sold to James Ware by Jacob Allbright. (signed) Jeremiah Allbright. Wit: James Long, Saml. Williford, Benjamin Borum, J.P. Rec. 30 Dec 1825.

page 464   Madison Co., Ga.: 23 Dec 1825, M. T. Willhite to Whitmill H. Adair, both of Madison Co., for $500, 304 acres in Madison Co. on waters of Holly Creek, adj. Kinchen Strickland & Hodge, beg. post oak, N11W 66 degrees 38 to post oak, S8W 45 D 40 minutes to hickory, S11E 68.30 to black oak, N78E 45.40 to beg. (signed) M. T. Willhite. Wit: John Scott, Lewis Simms, J.I.C. Rec. 30 Dec 1825.

page 464   Madison Co., Ga.: 2 Jan 1826, Meshack T. Willhite, Sheriff of Madison Co., to John B. Streetman of Madison Co.; sundry fi fas issued from justices’ court against the property of Maning H. Gore & Sarah Nichols, levied by Abner Sailors, constable, on 154 acres on South Fork of Broad River, adj. Martin Streetman & others, as the property of Maning Gore; advertised in the Missionary and sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. Sep 1825 to John B. Streetman, the highest bidder, for $10. (signed) M. T. Willhite, Shff. Wit: John Montgomery, Whitmill H. Adair, Noah W. Pittman, J.P. Rec. 5 Jan 1826.

page 465   Madison Co., Ga.: 2 Jan 1826, Meshack T. Willhite, Sheriff of Madison Co., to William R. Streetman of Madison Co.; fi fa issued from Inferior Court against property of James Dickson, levied on 134 acres whereon Martin Streetman now lives, as the property of James Dickson, advertised and sold at the courthouse 1st Tues. May 1824 to William B. Streetman, the highest bidder, for $11. (signed) M. T. Willhite, Shff. Wit: John Montgomery, Whitmill H. Adair, Noah W. Pittman, J.P. Rec. 7 Jan 1826.

page 466   Madison Co., Ga.:14 Feb 1824, Henson Carington to Stephen White, both of Madison Co., for $50, tract in Madison Co. on waters of south prong of Broad River, 10 acres, part of a 282 acre tract granted to Henson Carington the 3rd day of the month and year above written, beg. black oak, N52E 35 ch. 25 links to hickory, S2W 7 ch. 20 links to pine, S68W 29 ch. 60 links to beg., adj. D. Hopkins, S. White. (signed) Henson Carington. Wit: Benjamin Smith, Lewis Simms, J.I.C. Rec. 7 Jan 1826.

page 467   Madison Co., Ga.: 31 Dec 1825, Josiah Graham of Newton Co., Ga. to Benjamin Sanders of Madison Co., for $170, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Fork Creek, 100 acres adj. James Porterfield, James Rhodes & others, beg. spanish oak, W 27 ch. to stake, S 37 ch. to stake, E 27 ch. to red oak, N 37 ch. to spanish oak cor. (signed) Josiah (x) Graham. Wit: James Long, Elisha Ware, J.P. Rec. 7 Jan 1826.

page 467   Madison Co., Ga.: 13 Dec 1825, Stephen Groves to Henry Maning, both of Madison Co., for $100, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Broad River, part of a tract granted to Criswell & Offett, 50 acres, beg. red oak cor., S80E 2 ch. to stake, S 18 ch. 50 links to hickory, N67W 39 ch. to hickory, N20E to beg., adj. James Towns & others. (signed) Stephen Groves. Wit: Zemule W. Groves, Benjamin Borum, J.P. Rec. 7 Jan 1826.

page 468   12 Nov 1825, Joseph Cox of Simston Co., Al., to Samuel Strickland of Madison Co., Ga., for $500, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Broad River, 299 acres, beg. black gum on the Wolf branch, S20E 74 ch. to post oak, N49E 95 ch. to post oak, N 2 ch. to post oak, 66 ch. to poplar on the Wolf branch, up branch to beg., part of a tract orig. granted to George Bozley. (signed) Joseph Cox. Wit: John G. Pittman, Joshua Johnson. Proved by Joshua Johnson 24 Dec 1825, Burrell J. Wyley, J.P. Rec. 7 Jan 1826.

page 469   22 Mar 1825, John Winn and Jacob Eberhart, admins. of the estate of John Winn, dec’d, both of Madison Co., Ga., to David H. Griffith of Oglethorpe Co., for 159 4/10 acres, beg. pine cor., S75E 26 ch. to black jack, S3W 44 ch. to post oak, S57W 9 ch. 30 links to post oak, N75W 27 ch. to pine x, N15E 52 ch. to beg., adj. McLeroy, Patton & others, on waters of South Broad River in Madison Co., for $171.25. (signed) John Winn, Admr., Jacob Eberhart, Admin. Wit: Zachariah Colley, James Eberhart, J.I.C. Rec. 9 Jan 1826.

page 470   Madison Co., Ga.: Received of David H. Griffith, $427.56 for two negroes, Hannah and her child Augustus, 4 Jan 1825. (signed) Jacob Eberhart, John Winn. Wit: Thomas R. Smith, James Eberhart, J.I.C. Rec. 9 Jan 1826.

page 470   Madison Co., Ga.: 12 Nov 1825, John Hayes to William P. Arnold, both of Madison Co., for $150.75, tract in Madison Co. on South Fork of Broad River adj. said Arnold, William Hayes & Stephen Smith, beg. hickory cor., N62E 17 ch. to hickory, N70E 38 ch. 14 links to pine, S71E 9 ch. to spanish oak, N84W 10 ch. 50 links to spanish oak, S71W to hickory, 16 ch. to beg., 96 4/10 acres. (signed) John Hayes. Wit: William Hayes, David Evans, J.P. Louisana (x) Hayes, wife of John Hayes, relinquishes her dower. Rec. 18 Jan 1826.

page 472   Madison Co., Ga.: 13 Jan 1826, Delila Wynn, widow of John Wynn, late of said county, dec’d, to Asa Wright & Lucy his wife, one of the daughters of John Wynn, dec’d; William Robinson and Polly his wife, one of the daughters of John Wynn, dec’d; John Wynn, one of the sons of John Wynn, dec’d, for himself and guardian of Daniel Wynn, another son of said dec’d; James H. Patton & Rebecka his wife, another daughter of said dec’d; Jacob Eberhart & Elizabeth his wife, also a daughter of said dec’d, for himself, and guardian for Adeline & Ezeikel Wynn, other daughter & son of said dec’d; John Patton and Patsey his wife, also a daughter of said dec’d; Thomas D. Griffith & Eliza his wife, daughter of said dec’d; the said John Wynn, dec’d departed this life intestate, leaving a considerable real estate; widow elected to take dower out of said real estate; it is mutually agreed between said Delila and the other partys that Delila shall retain for her dower the tract whereon she now lives in this county, with the Mill, known by the name of Wheeler’s Mills; she will accept said tract for her dower and will never disturb the heirs of said intestate in the agreement of any part of the balance of real estate of said John Wynn, dec’d. (signed) Delila (x) Wynn, Asa Wright, Lucy Wright, William Robinson, Polly Robinson, John Winn for self & Daniel Winn, James H. Patton, Rebeck Patton, Jacob Eberhart, Elizabeth Eberhart, Jacob Eberhart for Adeline Wynn, Hezekiah Wynn, John Patton, Patsy Patton, T. D. Griffith, Eliza M. Griffith. Wit: George Eberhart, Jonathan Sanders. Rec. 18 Jan 1826.

page 473   Madison Co., Ga.: 7 Feb 1825, Lewis McKleroy to Mary McKleroy, both of Madison Co., for $100, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, beg. hickory cor., S39E 44 ch. to black gum, N82W 7 ch. 50 links to pine, N 85 ch. to post oak cor., to beg., 45 acres, part of a tract granted to James Hodge 17 Nov 1823. (signed) Lewis McKleroy. Wit: William Merony, William Baxter. Proved by William Merony 11 Feb 1826, Benj. Borum, J.P. Rec. 11 Feb 1826.

page 474   Madison Co., Ga.: 23 Jan 1824, Lewis McKleroy to John McKleroy, both of Madison Co., for $200, tract in Madison Co., beg. pine, S70E 22 ch. 50 links to white oak, S10E 8 ch. 10 links to post cor., S15W 7 ch. to red oak, E 16.50 to red oak, S20W 42 ch. 25 links to red oak, W 21 ch. 24 links to red oak, N12E 9 ch. to red oak, N30E 7 ch. to hickory, N70W 1 ch. 50 links to chestnut, N22W 11 ch. to pine stake, N2W 40 ch. to beg., 150 acres. (signed) Lewis McKleroy. Wit: Elizabeth F. Bird, James Bird, J.P. Rec. 11 Feb 1826.

page 475   Madison Co., Ga.: 24 Jan 1826, Benjamin Brown and Anne Brown, his wife, to James Rhodes, all of Madison Co., for $300, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Fork Creek, 126 acres adj. William W. Williford, John McCurdy & others, beg. pine, 55W 41 ch. to pine, S38W 34 ch. to stake on the north side of Fork Creek, down creek to stake cor., thence to beg. (signed) Benjamin Brown, Anney (x) Brown. Wit: Patrick Buchhanan, Elisha Ware, J.P. Rec. 11 Feb 1826.

page 475   30 Jan 1826, George Jarrell to Enoch Jarrell, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $300, tract on waters of Holly & Fork Creek, 136 acres, beg. red oak cor., with Evans’ line N 46 ch. to black jack cor., E with W. Allen’s and McCurdy’s line to red oak cor., S with Mr. O’Kelly’s line to Hartsfield’s line, W with Hartsfield’s line to beg. (signed) Geo. Jarrell. Wit: A. Moon, Nathaniel B. Gholston, Willis S. Jarrell. Proved by Nathaniel B. Gholston 18 Feb 1826, David Evans, J.P. Rec. 21 Feb 1826.

page 476   Ga.: 19 Jan 1826, William Scarborough of Madison Co., Ga. to Fredrick Scarborough, for $100, 90 acres in Madison Co. on waters of Mill Shoal Creek, on the east side of the road leading from Hatton’s Ford, bouned on the S by Christiana Thompson, N by unknown land, W by Wm. Thompson, part of an 800 acre tract on which the widow Mason formerly lived, granted to John Darden. (signed) William (x) Scarborough. Wit: Fredrick Scarborough, Jr., William Thompson, J.P. Terrissee (x) Scarborough relinquishes her dower. Rec. 21 Feb 1826.

page 477   Ga.: 13 Feb 1826, William S. Hendrick to Berry Hendrick, both of Madison Co., for $1000, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Broad River & Forge Creek, adj. William Thompson & others, 330 acres, beg. pine, S19W 50 ch. 75 links to pine, N43W 92 ch. 20 links to post oak, N 54 ch. to pine cor., S54E 22 ch. to beg. (signed) William S. Hendricks. Wit: John Vincent, William D. Jones, J.P. Rec. 21 Feb 1826.

page 478  Madison Co., Ga.: 14 Mar 1825, John Sanders of Madison Co. to Burrell Segraves, for $500, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, beg. pine cor. on Burrell Segraves’ line, S29E 11 ch. 29 links to post oak on John Lawless’ line, with said line N74E to the Oglethorpe line, down said line to where it intersects with Eberhart’s line, N20E to hickory, S70W 30 ch. 50 links to pine, N25W 5 ch. 23 links to red oak, with a line of fence and by a landmark made by Charles Simms on a division of land between himself and son Burkley to beg., 200 acres. (signed) John Sanders. Wit: Milzy Strickland, Burrell J. Wiley, J.P. Rec. 21 Feb 1826.

page 479   Madison Co., Ga.: 7 Mar 1826, Solomon Strickland to Anderson Smith, both of Madison Co., for $10, tract in Madison Co., 150 acres, beg. pine cor., W 29.14 to hickory cor., 11S 36 to pine cor., W 9 ch. 4 links to post oak cor., N 57 ch. to pine cor., S75E 17 ch. to hickory, N52E 9 ch. to post oak cor., S18E 47 ch. 50 links to beg. (signed) Solomon Strickland. Wit: Samuel Williford, Benj. Borum, J.P. Rec. 7 Mar 1826.

page 479   Madison Co., Ga.: Jeremiah Allbright of Madison Co. received from James Long $550 in full value for a negro man by the name of George, about 23 years of age, 7 Jan 1826. (signed) Jeremiah Allbright. Wit: Alexander Harris, Benj. Borum, J.P. Rec. 8 Mar 1826.

page 480   Oglethorpe Co., Ga.: Susanah Berry of Oglethorpe Co., one of the heirs of Grant Taylor, dec’d, for $600, to Charles J. Jenkins of Madison Co., tract in Madison Co. on headwaters of Lamars Creek, surveyed for Grant Taylor as 650 acres, 150 acres of which was sold off to some person unknown, to which I also relinquish my claim, adj. at time of survey B. Brown, now owned by the said C. J. Jenkins, and on all other sides by unknown land, 500 acres, 2 Jul 1819. (signed) Susanah Berry. Wit: Samuel Black, William Berry. Proved by Wm. Berry, Johnathan Cowder, J.P. Rec. 9 Mar 1826.

page 481   Madison Co., Ga.: Charity Wood of Madison Co., for $350, to James Scott of Madison Co., one negro man by the name of Toby, 14 Jun 1825. (signed) Charity (x) Wood. Wit: Charles Simms, Milza Strickland, J.P. Rec. 9 Mar 1826.

page 481   Ga.: 7 Nov 1790, John Barnett & Caroline his wife, to William Sharp, all of Wilks Co., Ga., for 50 , 200 acres granted to John Barnett 17 Nov 1784, in Wilks Co. on South Fork of Broad River, bounded NE by surveyed land and all other sides vacant when surveyed. (signed) J. Barnett, C. Barnett. Wit: Thomas B. Scott, J.P. Rec. 14 Mar 1826.

page 482   Madison Co., Ga.: 5 Aug 1825, John Sanders to Charles Simms, both of Madison Co.; whereas Charles Simms is security for John Sanders for $73 on a promissory note baring date Dec 1822, on which note is a suit pending in the Superior Court in favor of William Dabney against John Sanders and Charles Simms; for $5 by Charles Simms to John Sanders, as well as for better indemnifying Charles Simms against the payment of afsd. note which he is security for, John Sanders sold to Charles Simms a tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, adj. George Hampton, Jos. Sanders & others, beg. hickory cor. with said Hampton, N45E 50 ch. to red oak cor., S45E to Brushy Creek, up creek to Joseph Sanders’ line, with Sanders’ line to cor. on the old line of orig. survey, N45W to beg., 150 acres, part of a 200 acre survey orig. granted to Thomas Stephens; if John Sanders shall pay the above note so as to clear Charles Simms from the payment, this deed shall be null and void, otherwise remain in full force. (signed) John Sanders. Wit: Sarah (x) Strickland, Milza Strickland, J.P. Rec. 15 Mar 1826.

page 483   Ga.: 1 Aug 1823, Moses Bowman, Jr. to Nepthali Martin, both of Madison Co., for $140, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Sandy Creek, adj. John Watson, DeEstang and others, beg. hickory on DeEstang’s line, N40W 42 ch. with said line to hickory, N70E 30 ch. to pine cor., S22E 14 ch. 20 links to pine cor., S58W 13 ch. to beg., 43 acres, orig. granted to Cain Gentry. (signed) Moses Boman. Wit: William Smith, James Anderson, Whitmill H. Adair, J.P. Rec. 17 Apr 1826.

page 484   Madison Co., Ga.: 11 Feb 1825, Edward Pye of Oglethorpe Co. to Moses Birdwell of Madison Co., for $150, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Fork Creek, beg. post oak, W 11 ch. 10 links to sasafrass, N5W 26 ch. 50 links to pine, N70E 17 ch. 71 links to hickory, to beg., 40 acres. (signed) Edward Pye. Wit: Martin Tiller, Jefferson Culbertson. Proved by Martin Tiller, Oglethorpe Co., 11 Mar 1826, Robert Huff, J.P. Rec. 17 Apr 1826.

page 485   12 Oct 1825, Thomas J. Walton of Richmond Co., Ga. to Coleman Pitts of Madison Co., for $200, tract in Madison Co. on waters of South Broad River, adj. David Buchanan and Wynn, 107 acres. (signed) Thomas J. Walton. Wit: James M. Prescott, A. J. Huntington, J.P. Rec. 17 Apr 1826.

page 486   11 Dec 1824, Grisham Hering of Madison Co., Ga. to William Webb of Oglethorpe Co., guardian of the heirs of Thomas Hopwell, dec’d, for $400, two tracts adj. each other in Madison Co. on north side of the Buck branch waters of Brush Creek, 180 acres, adj. Phillip Colbert and others; one tract beg. red oak cor., N10W 17 ch. to red oak, S75W 31 ch. to hickory on the Buck branch, down branch to poplar at the fork of said branch, up fork to poplar, N49E to beg., 131 acres; the other tract beg. post oak, N40E 42 ch. to post oak cor., 31 E 26 ch. to hickory cor., S75W 42 ch. to beg., 50 acres. (signed) Grisham Hering. Wit: James Stamps, James Barnett. Proved by James Barnett, Oglethorpe Co., 26 Mar 1825, Willis Carter, J.P. Rec. 17 Apr 1826.

page 487   Madison Co., Ga.: 20 Mar 1826, Jacob Anderson to James Baxter, both of Madison Co., for $175, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Brushy Creek, 314 acres, beg. chestnut on the big road near the head of the Oar Bank branch, with road NW 85 ch. to post oak on the road, N50E 22 ch. to chestnut, S11E 47 ch. across the Oar Bank branch to post oak, S55W 48 ch. to beg., part of a 1000 acre survey granted to William Polk & Grant Tailor, adj. Elijah Williams & George Hampton. (signed) Jacob (x) Anderson. Wit: James Long, Benjamin Borum, J.P. Rec. 17 Apr 1826.

page 488   Oglethorpe Co., Ga.: 16 Sep 1825, William M. Stokes, exec. of William & Sarah Stokes, dec’d, of Oglethorpe Co., to James Graham of Madison Co., for $201, tract in Madison Co. adj. David, Carrington, Robertson, Griffith and John McKleroy, 229 acres, sold at Danielsville 4 Jan last to James Graham, the highest bidder; beg. pine cor., N14E 102 ch. 50 links to pine cor., S2W 31 ch. 50 links to post oak cor., N89E 30 ch. 50 links to pine cor., S15W 51 ch. 71 links to black oak cor., S63W 34 ch., S71W 10 ch. to beg., being the tract formerly belonging to Obed Hall and conveyed by Obed Hall to Sarah M. Stokes. (signed) Wm. M. Stokes, executor of Sarah M. Stokes, dec’d. Wit: William Sanders, T. B. Pierson, Thos. S. Cook, J.P. Rec. 6 May 1826.

page 489   25 Dec 1823, Daniel Orr to Morassett David, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $826.66, tract in Madison Co. on South Fork of Broad River, adj. Floid, Gholston, Allen, Gorum and Webb, 248 acres, beg. pine on river, 18 E 33 to black gum, N71E 14.80 to parsimon, N46W 20 to post oak, N30E 21.70 to post oak, N47W 32 to pine, S31W 58 to pine, S59E 32.10 to pine, S39W 17 to sow wood cor. on river bank, along river to beg. (signed) Daniel Orr. Wit: Jona. Sanders, Thomas Long, J.P. Rec. 6 May 1826.

page 490   Ga.: 10 Dec 1823, Bozeman Adair to Elijah Williams, both of Madison Co., for $218.50, tract in Madison Co. on waters of Little Sandy Creek, beg. chestnut cor. on Knights old road, up road N50W 64 ch. to pine cor. on road, S22W 36 ch. to a branch, down branch 15 W 25 ch. to black gum cor., 89 E 19 ch. to post oak cor., S71E 39 ch. to post oak cor., N22E 26 ch. to beg., 218 acres, being the tract where Elijah Williams now lives. (signed) Bozeman Adare. Wit: John Merony, Whitmill H. Adair, Elisha Ware, J.P. Rec. 6 May 1826.

page 491   Ga.: 2 Mar 1825, Alsey Catlett to Reuben Simmons, both of Madison Co., for $300, tract containing 268 acres; also Alsey Catlett’s part in share of 12 acres lying up and down Hubbards Creek, 6 acres on each side of creek, which will more fully appear by reference to the last will and testament of Samuel Sewell, late of Franklin Co., dec’d; the afsd. 268 acres, together with Alsey Catlett’s part in share of the afsd. 12 acres, being part of 2 tracts, one surveyed for Russell Jones, the other for Nathaniel Arther, in Madison Co. on Hubbards Creek, beg. post oak cor., N35E 18 ch. 50 links to dogwood cor., N3W 24 ch. to poplar cor., N20W 9 ch. 50 links to pine cor., N13E 6 ch. to red oak cor., N75W 39 ch. to pine cor., W 18 ch. to pine cor., S31E 27 ch. to pine cor., S26W 31 ch. to red cor., S80E 51 ch. to beg., bounded by Jacob Burton. (signed) Alsey Catlett. Wit: C. Christian, Thomas Bennett, J.P. Rec. 6 May 1826.

page 492   Madison Co., Ga.: 18 Dec 1822, John Scott, William Scott, James Scott and Rebecka Scott, heirs and legatees of James Scott, dec’d, to John Millican in right of his wife Lettice Millican, formerly Lettice Scott, one of the heirs of James Scott, dec’d; on a division of the real estate of said dec’d, Lettice Scott, now the wife of John Millican, was entitled to 93 acres, part of the real estate of said dec’d, on waters of Blue Stone Creek adj. Anderson, Millican and others, beg. pine cor., S76E 52 ch. to sweet gum cor., N13W 6 ch. to black oak cor. on the big branch, up branch to mouth of a spring branch, up spring branch to white oak cor. on the old orig. line of Cargill’s survey, S65W to white oak cor., S65W 44 ch. to beg.; in consideration of John Millican being now in right of his wife one of the heirs of James Scott, dec’d, we quit claim to every part of said land. (signed) John Scott, James Scott, William Scott, Rebecka Scott. Wit: William Cleghorn, Simeon Christian. Proved by Simeon Christian 13 May 1826, John Cleghorn, J.P. Rec. 13 May 1826.

page 493   Ga.: 21 Jan 1826, William Scarborough to William Thompson, both of Madison Co., for $100, tract on waters of Mill Shoal Creek on west side of the road leading from Daniels Ferry to Hattons Ford, 50 acres, bounded on E by Fredrick Scarborough, SE by Christian Thompson, part of 800 acres orig. granted to John Darden. (signed) William (x) Scarborough. Wit: Wm. Daniel, Allen Daniel, J.I.C. Terrissee (x) Scarborough, wife of William Scarborough, relinquishes her dower. Rec. 24 Jul 1826.

page 494   22 May 1826, John Berryman to William Thompson, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $84, 100 acres in Madison Co. on waters of Winters Creek, beg. stake cor., S55W 40 ch. to post oak cor., N35W 25 ch. to black gum cor., 55 E 40 ch. to stake cor., S35E 25 to beg., part of a 200 acre tract orig. granted to William Stubblefield 10 Apr 1792. (signed) John Berryman. Wit: Thomas Staples, P. Staples, Lewis Cape, J.P. Susanah (x) Berryman relinquishes her dower, 29 May 1826. Rec. 24 Jul 1826.

page 495   Ga.: 12 Sep 1821, Andrew Millican to John Scott, both of Madison Co., for $100, 81 acres in Madison Co. on waters of Blue Stone Creek, beg. post oak cor. on McKentire’s line, N40W 44 ch. to black jack on the old Franklin line, S7W 50 ch. to post oak cor. on James Scott’s and Thomas Cargill’s line, N65E 38 ch. to beg., orig. granted to Andrew Millican 17 Jul in the present year. (signed) Andrew Millican. Wit: William Claghorn, Andrew Scott. Proved by William Claghorn 8 Aug 1826, Elisha Ware, J.P. Rec. 8 Aug 1826.

page 495   15 Feb 1813, Claybon Doss of Jasper Co., Ga. to Ancel B. Strickland of Madison Co., for $500, 493 acres in Madison Co., formerly Franklin, on waters of South Broad River, granted to the afsd. Claybon 10 Oct 1812, beg. stake on the river, S60E 3 ch. to pine x, N21E 46.50 to pine x, N26W 93 ch. to pine x, S65W 28.50 to pine x, S33E 30 ch. to black oak x, S38W 11 ch. to black oak x, S20E 25.50 to pine x, S29W 40 ch. to hickory x on the bank of river, down river to beg. (signed) Claybon Doss. Wit: John Hodge, Byhugh Sewell, Johnston Strong, J.I.C. Rec. 8 Aug 1826.

page 496   Ga.: 9 Aug 1826, Robert M. Garvin & Lucinda his wife of Madison Co., to Thomas J. Bugg and Simmons Crawford of Columbia Co., Ga., for $50, one lot containing one half acre, beg. stone cor. on the street, N20E 418 feet to stone cor., N70W 52 feet to stone cor. on the corner of a lot deeded to John Groves, S20E 418 feet along Groves’ line to the cor. of his lot on the street, N70E on the street 52 feet to beg., known in the village of Alexander or Madison Springs as Lot No. 24, bounded W by lot deeded to John Groves, S by street down to the mineral spring, on all other sides by lands of Robert M. Garvin, said lot laid out of a tract known as the Madison Springs tract, sold 1st Tues. Feb 1825 as the property of James Alexander by Meshack T. Willhite, then sheriff, by fieri facias against the James Alexander, to Robert M. Garvin; upon the following conditions; Bugg & Crawford agree not to board or accommodate for hire any person, nor keep open or expose to sale goods, wares or merchandise or articles in the grocery or dry goods line of merchandising. (signed) Robert M. Garvin, Lucinda T. Garvin. Wit: Stewart McMullen, William G. Springer, J.P.M.C. Lucinda T. Garvin relinquishes her dower. Rec. 1 Sep 1826.

page 498   Madison Co., Ga.: 17 Sep 1825, Jane Mason, Camel Hendricks, Gilbert Mason, John Mason, William Mason, Allen Mason, Richmond Mason, Reubin Mason & Lewis Mason to William Scarborough, all of Madison Co., for $200, 140 acres in Madison Co. on waters of Mill Shoal Creek, adj. Fredrick Scarborough near a west course, also adj. William Thompson on W side, Jesse Moon, not granted, being part of a survey of 800 acres orig. granted to John Darden, being the whole of said survey orig. tract except the lands of Jessee Moon, Helena Hendrick, Fredrick Scarborough and William Williams, agreeably to the boundary above expressed. (signed) Jane (x) Mason, Camel Hendrick, Gilbert Mason, John Mason, William Mason, Allen Mason, Richmond Mason, Lewis Mason, Reubin Mason. Wit: William Thompson, Fredrick Scarborough, A. Gailey, J.P. Rec. 7 Sep 1826.

page 499   2 Oct 1826, Lenard H. Gholston to James Graham, both of Madison Co., Ga., for $750, tract where I now live, being a tract surveyed, one of which is bounded as follows; beg. white oak on the river bank, N29E 15 to post oak, N45W 46.50 to post oak, N30E 44.72 to pine, S60E 44.72 to pine, S30 30 ch. to black oak on river bank, up river to beg.; the other beg. post oak, S20W 15 to white oak, S68W 2.14 to post oak, N23W 44 to spanish oak, S45 to beg.; the two parcels containing together 296 acres, in Madison Co. on South Broad River, adj. Morrassett David & others. (signed) Lenard H. Gholston. Wit: Stephen Allen, David Evans, J.P. Rec. 3 Oct 1826.