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HISTORY OF EARLY JEFFERSONTOWN & SOUTHEASTERN JEFFERSON COUNTY, KENTUCKY by Jobson 976.944J

p. 26 Grantee Acres Survey Date Some Conveyances

11-4-1802 SAML PARKER  to Jno Rose, 110 ac.

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HISTORY OF SHELBY COUNTY, KENTUCKY by Willis

p. 103 Chapter VII Shelby County Schools

About the same time there was taught a school one mile east of Shelbyville by James Herndon. The patrons of this school were: the Scott, Wells, George Carr, Trudle, PARKER, Guinn families.

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THE "CORN STALK" MILITIA OF KENTUCKY 1792-1811 by Clift

Jefferson Co. Regiments p. 106

Joshua Parker, Ensign, 1st Regiment May 14, 1800

Samuel Parker, Lieutenant    "                      "               prob

Samuel Parker, Captain         "              April 6, 1801 Sam Jr.

Samuel Parker, Ensign          "               March 25, 1802

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1800 Kentucky Tax List

John Parker Shelby County paid on 8/7/1800*

SAMUEL PARKER Jefferson County

Samuel Parker, Jr. Jefferson County

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Shelby Co. Kentucky Marriages

John Parker & Elizabeth Weaver 1799

Joshua Parker & Mary Patterson bond 8/7/1800 *

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HISTORY OF TENNESSEE (Goodspeed, Pub Co.) 976.84H

p. 869 All of Humphreys County was granted by the State of North Carolina at the time this was a portion of that State, to survivors of the continental war & was afterwards formed out in smaller tracts to the settlers as they arrived from the older states. Among the military grants issued were the following...Bailey Hooper, 640 acres...[this shows Bailey served Rev. for NC. Bailey was 7 in 1776! Land for Dad's service??].

p. 870 those of the settlers from 1800 to 1805 who settled in the western portion of the county were SAMUEL PARKER, John & Jessee Holland all of whom came from Georgia & settled on Trace Creek. [The Hollands were from Georgia - there were Samuel Parkers who drew in the 1805 land lottery in GA, but they remained there.]

p. 874 The 1st Court of Humphreys County shall be held at the house of Samuel Parker, Jr.

p. 923 ...SAMUEL PARKER...were among the settlers who came to Dickson County between 1800-10.

p. 928 ...SAMUEL PARKER...1804 among those appointed to serve on a jury in Dickson County.

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EARLY TENNESSEE TAX LISTS

Humphreys County paid taxes 1812

Parkers:

John

Joshua

SAMUEL

Thomas

William

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From an old, unpublished manuscript in the files of the Tennessee Historical Society in the State Library & Archives [sent by Almon F. Parker]

Names of the justices of the peace who constituted the first county court for Humphreys County in 1810, SAMUEL PARKER, Robert Jarmon, James Teas.

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THE RIVER COUNTIES QUARTERLY

Vol. I No. 3

p. 178 Humphreys sales

Sheriff sales advertised in Clarksville Gazette, 8 Jan 1820:

Thomas Holland's 119 acres on Trace Creek of Tennessee River--the place where he now lives:

Harmon Lytle's 200 acres on Trace Creek;

SAM'L PARKER'S 100 acres on Trace Creek of Tennessee River where Lydia Parker now lives,

Execution against all these was brought by David B. Carnes.

(Editor's note: first court of Humphreys County was held at Samuel Parker's place, which was located between Waverly and Gorman at what was known as the Wood Spur of the railroad in the 1930's.)

[Lydia Parker living on the land of Samuel Parker is not listed as an heir in the Alabama Records below? Daughter deceased by 1823? Daughter-in-law? 2nd wife?]

Vol. V, No. 2, April 1976

p. 106 Dickson County Court Minutes, from Roll No. 26, March 1804 - Jan. 1807: Jurors for next County Court of Pleas and Quarter sessions to be held...John Holland...SAMUEL PARKER. 19 Mar 1804.

SAMUEL PARKER records his ear mark as follows Vzt Swallow fork and under bit in the right ear, and a Swallow fork and under Bit in the left ear. June Session 1804.

p. 180 A deed Bryan Farrior to SAMUEL PARKER Proven by the Oath of John Holland and Ordered to be registered. June Session 1804.

Vol. V, Oct 1976

p. 267 From Dickson County Court Minutes Rol No. 26, March 1804 to January 1807...June 18, 1805 among those named as securities for the bond for a court house prison and stocks were John Holland and SAMUEL PARKER SENR.

Vol. VI, No. 2, April 1977

P. 64 Dickson Co. Relationships, Residences, etc.: PARKER, SAMUEL of Robertson Co., gets 640 acres from Bryan Farrior of Montgomery Co.; land on both sides of Yellow Creek about the Chickasaw Tract; mentions Capt. Daniel William's line; witnesses, Charles Teas, John Holland, Bailey Hooper; made 14 Oct. 1803, reg. 15 Jan. 1805. Page 26 Dickson Co. Deed Book A, march 1804 - Feb. 1812.

p. 79 From Humphreys Co. Relationships, Etc., taken from deed Book B, Humphreys Co. Deeds: Humble, George gets 161 acres from Henry Stevens on Trace Creek, borders John Davidson, SAMUEL PARKER...mentions Moulder's Spring and line between Thomas Holland and SAMUEL PARKER; witnesses, Isaac Pavatt and Elias White; made 26 Apr 1819, reg. 1 June 1819 (p224-5).

p. 107 Dickson County Court Minutes, March 19, 1804: Named jurors were John Holland, Hugh Robertson, SAMUEL PARKER. p. 107 Beginning of term at June Sessions 1804 - SAMUEL PARKER records his Ear mark as follows Vzt Swallow fork and under bit in the right Ear, and a Swallow fork and under Bit in the left Ear.

p. 108 Ordered that Thomas Gray is appointed constable in this County, and gave bond of One Thousand Dollars with SAMUEL PARKER and Edward Pickett his securities and Qualified according to Law.

p. 108 John Holland plaintiff against Benjamin Holland Debt to which June Term 1804 the Plaintiff appeared by Nathaniel A. McNary Esquire his attorney (case omitted).

p. 108 A deed Bryan Farrior to SAMUEL PARKER Proven by the oath of John Holland and Ordered to be registered.

Vol. VI, No. 3, July 1977

p. 137 From Dickson County Court Minutes (Roll 26--contd. from last issue) SAMUEL PARKER named to Grand Jury, Monday, 17 March 1806.

Vol. VII, November 1978

p. 208 SAMUEL PARKER of Dickson County, deeds 50 acres north side Yellow Creek to John Walker of Dickson; this was a location in the name of Mary Rogers heiress of William Rogers and conveyed by Mary Rogers to Bryant Farrice and by him to SAMUEL PARKER; made 16 Aug. 1805 registered 7 April 1808; witnesses Huse Roberson, Nathal. Mcarry. (p. 211 Dickson County Deed Book "A".)

p. 208 SAMUEL PARKER of Dickson deeds land on both sides of Yellow Creek to John Holland of Dickson, Made 10 Jan. 1805, registered 4 April 1804; a location in name of Mary Rogers, heiress of William Rogers and conveyed by Mary to Bryant Farrice and by him to SAMUEL PARKER; witnesses Charles Teas. Caswell Matlock. (p. 213 Dickson County Deed Book "A".)

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HISTORY OF HUMPHREYS COUNTY, TENNESSEE by Jill Knight Garrett

Samuel Parker, Jr. settled on Trace Creek in period between 1800 and 1805. The first court in the county was held at his home.

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ALABAMA RECORDS VOL. 35 Compiled by Jones & Gandrud

From Huntsville Republican Newspaper--Madison Co., Alabama

p. 22 November 14, 1823                                         

State of Tennessee Humphreys County. Circuit Court  September Term 1823

Thomas Holland                                                                          

vs                                                                      

Elizabeth Parker                                                   

Joshua Parker                                                            

Richard Parker                                                                

Delila Parker                                                                 

William Parker                                                                

Bailey Hooper and wife Frances                                       

Samuel Parker, Jr.                                                       

Thomas Gray and wife Lucy

Heirs at law of SAMUEL PARKER, deceased

Defendants Richard, Delila, William, Samuel Parker and Thomas and Lucy Gray are inhabitants of Alabama.

[Thomas Holland is listed on several land and other transactions with SAMUEL PARKER. It is possible he was owed money or was married to a daughter of SAMUEL PARKER who was deceased & felt he should be included in the estate division???]

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Jefferson County, Kentucky 1799 Deed Book 5 page 144

Tolbert to Parker )    This Indenture made this twenty seven day of February  Seventeen hundred and ninety nine between Thomas  Tolbert and wife Sarah of the one part and SAMUEL PARKER Senior of the County of Jefferson and state of Kentucky of the other part that said Thomas Tolbert and Sarah his wife are for and in Consideration in the sum of one hundred pounds good and lawful money of the state of Kentucky to him in hand paid by said SAMUEL PARKER the receipt whereof we do acknowledge have bargained sold allowed and given in possession and by the present do sell bargained and attain unto said SAMUEL PARKER a Certain Tract or parcel of land containing one hundred and ten acres it being part of seven hundred and fifty acres survey which being entered in the name of Thomas Tolbert deceased and patented in the name of Thomas Tolbert son and heir of said deceased for him the said SAMUEL PARKER said one hundred and ten acres according to the following courses and distances viz Beginning at the south of cain run at Hickory and Buckeye thence with the measure of said run No 5 degrees East 26 poles no 13 degrees East 20 poles No 69 degrees East 50 poles No 61 degrees East 14 poles to two sugar trees and a hickory thence south 32 degrees West 30 poles to a sugar land two bushes thence 10 degrees west 240 poles to the beginning for him the said SAMUEL PARKER his heirs and assigns to have full prevely of all the said Tract in all Tenements and in water and water courses wood and wood under woods building trees stones and of same all other implements whatsoever and we the said Thomas Tolbert and Sarah will warrant and forever defend our heirs and assigns and all other person or persons or whatsoever laying any claim thereunto or said SAMUEL PARKER his heirs or assigns forever as witness our hands and seal this day and evermore to above written.   

Thomas Tolbert      Sarah Tolbert

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of us                      Haley Buchner; Bailey HooperJames Scott

On the seventh day of May 1700 the written deed was proved before me by the oath of James Scott witness thereto and on the 8th day of October following was acknowledged by the said Thomas Tolbert and Sarah his wife to be their act and Deed the said Sarah being examined as the law directs relinquishes her rights of Dower to the hands within contained.

Teste                    Worden Pope

Note in margin - Delivered Original to PARKER

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Jefferson County, Kentucky 1802 Deed Book 6 pages 319-320

This indenture made this fourth day of November one thousand and eight hundred and two between SAMUEL PARKER and MARY his wife of the county of Jefferson and Commonwealth of Kentucky of the one part and John Rose of the same County and Commonwealth of the other part witnesseth that the said SAMUEL and MARY for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and sixty five pounds good and lawful money of Kentucky to him in hand paid by said John Rose the receipt whereof we do acknowledge Have granted, bargained sold, delivered, released adopted and confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain deliver convey and confirmed and by these present do grant bargain, sell alien deliver convey and confirm unto the said John Rose his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land situated lying and being in the County of Jefferson aforesaid and bounded as follows viz Beginning at a hickory and buckeye on the south side of Cain Run thence with the measure of said Run N 85 degrees E 20 poles N 73 degrees E 20 poles N 57 degrees 30 poles N 69 degrees # 60 poles thence 61 degrees E 14 poles to two sugar trees and a hickery thence N 8 degrees W 180 poles to two birches thence S 82 degrees W 80 poles to a sugar tree and beach thence south two two hundred and forty poles to the Beginning containing the quantity of one hundred and ten acres of land including the said PARKER's plantation and being part of a tract of seven hundred and fifty acres entered in the name of Thomas Tolbert and granted to or patented in the name of Thomas Tolbert his son and heirs at law to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with all the apparatus unto the said John Rose his heir and assigns to his and their own proper use, benefit and behoof forever, And the said SAMUEL PARKER and MARY his wife do covenant and agree to and With the said John Rose that they have an indefensible estate of inheritance in and to the promise hereby bargained and sold and that the same now are and forever hereafter shall be and remain free and clear of and from all and any kind of evidence whatsoever. And the said SAMUEL & MARY his wife do further covenant and agree to and with the said John Rose that they the said SAMUEL and MARY his wife and their heirs executors and administrators shall and will warrant and forever defend the said tract or parcel of land with all the appurtenances with the said John Rose his heirs executors administrators and assigns against all and every person or persons whatsoever lawfully or to claim the same. In witness thereof the said SAMUEL and MARY his wife have hereunto put their hand and seals on this day and year first written.

Signed sealed and delivered SAML X (his mark) PARKER SEAL                                                                                        

Worden Pope Clerk              MARY PARKER SEAL

Jefferson County November 4th 1802.  This day the within Indenture of bargain sale from SAMUEL PARKER to John Rose was acknowledged before me as clerk of the court for the county by said PARKER and ordered to record.                    Worden Pope, Clerk

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Dickson County, Tennessee 1803 Deed Book Vol. A page 25

This Indenture made the fourteenth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and three Between Bryon Farrior of the state of Tennessee and County of Montgomery of the one part and SAMUEL PARKER of the state of Tennessee and County of Robertson of the other part witnesseth that the said Byron Farrior for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred Dollars to him in hand paid at or before the sealing and deliver of these presents the receipt thereof is hereby acknowledged by the said Byron Farrior have granted bargained sell alien convey and confirm unto the said SAMUEL PARKER one Certain Tract or parcel of Land Situate lying and being in County of Robertson and state aforesaid six hundred and forty acres of land south side of Cumberland lying on both sides of Yellow Creek about the Chicasaw Trace Beginning at a stooping black oak on Capt. Daniel Williams upper line sixty four poles west side of said creek runs East two hundred and twenty poles to a Mulberry and White Oak said Williams South East Corner thence south four hundred and fifty two poles to a stake thence west two hundred and twenty six poles to a stake thence North four hundred and fifty two poles to the Beginning Containing by Estimation the compliment of Land together with all woods waters mines minerals Improvements as all also all the rights titles interest claims property and demands of and to the said land and premises and every part and parcel thereof. To Have and to Hold unto the said SAMUEL PARKER his heirs and assigns forever and the said Bryon Farrior do by these presents covenant and agree to warrant and Defend the lawful Claims or demands of any person or persons whatsoever. In witness whereof the said Bryon Farrior hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and Date first within written sealed and delivered in presence of  Charles Teas;  John Holland;  Bailey Hooper               Bryon Farrior

State of Tennessee) Dickson County ) June Sessions 1804.   Then was the within deed proven in open Court by the oath of John Holland and ordered to be Registered.  Test. D. Darson C.D.C.

January the 15th 1805.  Then Registered the above Walker R.D.C.

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Dickson County, Tennessee 1805 Deed Book Volume A page 211

This Indenture made this 16 day August one Thousand Eighteen hundred and five Between SAMUEL PARKER of the County of Dickson and State of Tennessee of the one part and John Walker of the County and State aforesaid of the Other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and Ten dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged by the said PARKER hath Bargained sold alien and confirm and by these Present doth Bargain Sell and confirm unto the said Walker his Heirs and Assigns forever a Certain Tract of land or parcel of Land lying on both sides of Yellow Creek in the County of Dickson and state aforesaid bound as follows. Beginning at a White walnut and Sycamore branded with W. P. on the North side of Yellow Creek on the south boundary line of an six hundred and forty Acre Tract of Land Located in the name of Mary Rogers heirs of William Rogers and conveyed from the said Mary Rogers to Bryant Farrior and from the B. Farrior to SAMUEL PARKER and Running south sixty poles to a stake thence west fifty poles to a stake Thence North one hundred and sixty poles to a Stake thence East fifty to a Stake the Original south boundary line thence South with said line one hundred poles to the beginning containing fifty acres with all there elements and other appurtenances there unto belong or in any wise appertaining To have and Hold the said fifty acres of Land with Every part thereof unto the said John Walker his heirs and Assigns forever and the said SAMUEL PARKER doth hereby Warrant and forever Defend the said premises unto the said John Walker Against the Lawful Claim or Claims of any person whatsoever Lawfully Claiming the same In Witness where of the said SAMUEL PARKER hath hereunto set his seal this day and date first above Written done in the presents of us--  Teste Nathen C. Nearry; ?Thuse Roberson                                                                                                                               SAMUEL PARKER SEAL              

State of Tennessee) Dickson County) October Term 1807.  Then was the within Deed of Conveyance    Acknowledged in Open Court and Ordered to be Registered Teste David Dickson C.C.   April 7, 1808 Then was the above Registered J. Walker R.C.C.  by his Deputy Richard Waugh

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Dickson County, Tennessee 1805 Deed Book Volume A page 213

This Indenture made this tenth day of January One Thousand Eight hundred and five Between SAMUEL PARKER of the County of Dickson and State of Tennessee of the one part and John Holland of the said County and State of the Other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of six hundred Dollars to him in hand paid the receipts where of is hereby Acknowledged by the said PARKER hath bargained sold alien Engaged and confirmed and by these presents do Bargain sell engage and confirm unto the said John Holland his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land lying on both sides of Yellow Creek in the County of Dickson and state of aforesaid and Bounded as follows Beginning at a stooping black Oak on Capt. Daniel William upper line sixty four poles West of said Creek it being a part of a six hundred and forty Acre Tract of Land Located in the name of Mary Rogers heiress of William Rogers and conveyed from the said Bryan Farrior it is conveyed to the said SAMUEL PARKER and Turning East two Hundred and Twenty six poles to a Mulberry and White Oak said Williams South East corner thence south to William Parkers line thence with William Parkers line to the old Original Boundary line, Thence south with said line to a Stake thence West Two Hundred and Twenty six poles to a Stake thence North four hundred and fifty five poles to the Beginning Containing five hundred and Ninety acres with all their developments and Other Appertainances thereunto Belonging or in any wise Appertaining to have and to Hold the said five Hundred and Ninety Acres of land with Every part thereof unto the said John Holland his heirs and Assigns forever, and the said SAMUEL PARKER doth hereby Warrants and forever Defend the said premiss unto the said John Holland against the Lawful claim or claims of any person or persons lawfully claiming the same In Witness whereof the said SAMUEL PARKER hath hereunto set his seal this day and date first above written--  done in the presents of Charles Teas; Chaswell Matlock                 SAMUEL PARKER SEAL     

State of Tennessee) Dickson County) July Term 1807.  Then was the within Deed of Conveyance proven in Open Court by the Oaths of Caswell Matlock and Charles Teas and ordered to be Registered Teste David Dickson C.C.  April 4, 1808 Then was the above Deed Registered  J. Walker R.D.C.   by his Deputy    Richard Waugh

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Humphreys County, Tennessee 1810 deed Book A, page 50

From Book A page 50 & 54 John Thompson Transcribed

This indenture made this twenty fourth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten between John Davidson of the County of Dickson and SAMUEL PARKER of the County of Humphrey and all the State of Tennessee witnesseth, that for & in consideration of the sum of one hundred and twenty dollars, to the said John Davidson in hand paid by the said SAMUEL PARKER, the right of which is hereby acknowledged, that the said John Davidson has given and granted and by these presents do give and grant and deliver to the said SAMUEL PARKER a tract or parcel of land containing fifty nine acres be the same more or less lying in the County of Humphreys aforesaid and bounded as follows to wit: Beginning at a sugar tree one hundred poles, below Moulders springs running thence North eighty eight poles to a Dogwood thence east fifty four poles to said Moulders springs, thence with a conditional line made between said PARKER and Thomas Hollands with its Moulders one hundred and forty four poles to a Dogwood thence west one hundred and forty five poles to the Beginning it being in the beginning corner of a three hundred and forty acre survey of said Davidson, which said fifty nine acres of land aforesaid the said John Davidson doth forever warrant and defend to heirs the said SAMUEL PARKER from himself his heirs, and all and every person or persons whatsoever claiming under them or either of them and from any other person or persons. In testimony whereof the said John Davidson had hereunto set his hand and seal this day and date first above written--  Signed sealed and delivered in presence of Dawsey Hudson;  David H. Barton            John Davidson SEAL                                        

January session 1811, there the written Deed of conveyance acknowledged in Open Court and ordered to be registered                     Dawsey Hudson C. Clerk

State of Tennessee Humphreys County Registers office July 15th 1811, then was the within deed duly Registered in Book A Page 53 & 54

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Humphreys County, Tennessee 1810 Deed Book A Page 52

From Book A Page 55 & 56 John Thompson transcribed

This indenture made this twenty fourth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten, between John Davidson of the County of Dickson & SAMUEL PARKER of the County of Humphreys and all of the State of Tennessee, witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and forty Dollars to the said John Davidson in hand said by the said SAMUEL PARKER, the right of which is hereby acknowledged that the said John Davidson has given and granted and by these presents do give and grant and deliver to the said SAMUEL PARKER a certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred and twenty one acres, be the same more or less lying in Humphreys County as aforesaid and bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at a beach the North East corner of a hundred and sixty acre survey deeded from the said John Davidson to Thomas Hollands, on Trace Creek running thence west, seventeen degrees North, thence forty three poles to a stake thence North forty poles to a post Oak thence East two hundred and twenty poles to a hickory thence south one hundred and fifteen poles to the Beginning which said one hundred and twenty one acres of land as aforesaid the said John Davidson doth forever warrant and defend to him the said SAMUEL PARKER from himself his heirs and all and every person or persons, whatsoever claiming under them or either of them from any other person or persons, In testimony whereof the said John Davidson has here unto set his hand and seal this day and date first above written---   Signed sealed and Delivered  in presence of           Dawsey Hudson;  David H. Barton          John Davidson SEAL       

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Humphreys County, Tennessee 1816 Deed Book C. Pages 47 & 48

SAMUEL & Thomas Parker

This indenture made this 12 day of December one thousand Eight hundred and sixteen between SAMUEL PARKER of the state of Tennessee and County of Humphreys of the one part and Thomas Parker of the State and County aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred and fifty dollars to him the said SAMUEL PARKER in hand paid at and before the delivery of these presents byThomas Parker the Receipt of which is hereby acknowledged the above SAMUEL PARKER hath bargained and sold and by these present do bargain and sell to the aforesaid Thomas Parker a certain tract or parcel of Land in the State and county aforesaid on Trace Creek of Tennessee the place whereon the said Thomas Parker now lives containing one hundred and twenty one acres be the same more or less beginning and Running as follows, viz, beginning at a beach the North East corner of a tract of Land of one hundred and sixty acres that Henry Stevens now lives on and veering west seventeen degrees North two hundred and forty three poles to a stake, Thence North forty poles to a post oak, Thence East two hundred and thirty poles to a Hickory Thence south one hundred and fifteen poles to the beginning which said tract or parcel of land the aforesaid SAMUEL PARKER doth warrant and defend unto the said Thomas Parker and his heirs or assigns forever from himself, by heir or assigns or any other person or persons whatsoever in witness where of the aforesaid SAMUEL PARKER hath hereunto set his hand and seal this day and year first above written  Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of  Henry Stevens;   Jessie Parker      SAMUEL PARKER SEAL

State of Tennessee ) Humphreys County) July term 1819. This was written and proven in open court by the Oath of Henry Stevens and Jessie Parker the witness thereto and ordered to be Registered Dawsey Hudson C. Clerk

State of Tennessee ) Humphreys County) Registers Office April 16, 1822.  Then was the within deed duly Registered insaid office in Book C Pages 47 & 48.    John Thompson, Register

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?Rutherford County, Tennessee 1826 Book CC Page 224

(Murfreesboro is county seat of Rutherford County which was created from Davidson County, Tennessee)

The state of Tennessee. To and to whom these presents will come - Greeting

Know ye that By virtue of Warrant No. ?808 dated the 16 day of August 1821 paid by the Secretary of the State of North Carolina to the President and Trustees of the University of said state on account of the military Services of SAMUEL PARKER Decd for 640 acres and entered on the 30th day of April 1820 by N. 1358.

There is granted by the said State of Tennessee, unto Joseph Kirkpatrick assignee of the said President & Trustee.

A certain tract or parcel of Land containing Six hundred and forty acres by survey bearing date the 5th day of November 1823 lying in the 12th District in Weakley County on Mud Creek a branch of the middle fork of Obian River in the Seventh Section & first Range and bounded as follows to wit Beginning at a dogwood standing on the meridian line one hundred poles north of the two mile post north of the Southwest corner of the Section Running East crossing mud creek running to the right at ten poles in all three hundred poles to a black oak and Dogwood. Thence South crossing a road at 300 poles in all three hundred forty one and a third poles to a black oak thence west three hundred poles to a Spanish Oak on the Meredian line Thence north with the same crossing mud creek running to the left at 276 in all three hundred forty-one and one third poles to the beginning.

With the hereditaments and appurtenances To Have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances to the said Joseph Kirkpatrick & his heirs forever. In witness whereof William Carrole Governor of the State of Tennessee hath hereunto set his hand & caused the great seal of the state to be affixed at Murfreesborough on the 20th day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty five and of the

Independence of the United States the 49th   

Buy the Governor: Wm. Carrole                                

 Daniel Graham Secretary

 

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