Haywood County, North Carolina, Deeds (1809—1815), Part II

Abstracted by James Pylant
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Part II—Reprinted from American Genealogy Magazine, Vol. 9, No. 3

Page 60-61.
In consideration of 50 shillings for every hundred acres hereby granted to our Treasury by Jas. BRITTEN hath given and Granted and by these presents do give and grant unto the said Jas. BRITTEN a tract of land containing 200 acres in the Co. of Haywood on Richland Creek including all the vacant land lying below where Col. T. LOVE now lives and joining the same and forming the land that Robert LOVE bought of Joseph CHAMBERS. David STONE. Will WHITE, Sec. Registered in Haywood Co., 26 Mar. 1810.

Page 61.
I John FERGUS of the Co. of Haywood for and in consideration of $100 bath Bargained and sold unto Hugh NEELY of the said Co. 200 acres of land in Haywood Co. including the improvement were sd. NEELY now lives on the waters of the Ochre bank branch of SCOTT’s Creek. Beginning on a black oak corner of William McCONNEL’s, thence W 62 poles to a hickory thence S 218 poles to a stake thence E 147 poles to a hickory thence N 218 poles to a black oak on McCONNEL’s line and with sd line to the beginning. 29 Jul. 1809. John FERGUS {Seal}. Witnesses: Thos. LOVE and H. BATTLE. Registered in Haywood Co., 20 Apr. 1810.

Page 62-63.
Indenture, 22 Sep. 1809, between Isaac ROBISON and William GILLISPIE, both of the Co. of Haywood, in consideration of the sum of $500 to him in hand paid bath sold unto him the said William GILLISPIE his heirs and assigns forever a certain parcel of land in the Co. aforesaid beverdam Creek of Piegeon river containing 209 acres be the same more or less and is bounded as follows: Beginning at a hickory on Benjamin CLARK’s line 22 poles from his NE corner and runs with his line due W crossing Beaverdam Creek 262 poles to a stake on a ridge near small hickorys pointers then N 126 poles to a pine on a ridge to the SW corner of William ROBINSON’s land and with his line due E 262 poles crossing the creek to stake ROBINSON’s corner same course 40 poles to a small white oak in a rich hollow then S 36 poles to a small white oak and hickory then W 40 poles a stake on and old line then with the same to the beginning the same being part of the large tract of land originally granted to David ALLISON for 250, 240 acres and sold by James HUGHEY high Sheriff of Buncombe Co. to satisfy publick and Co. tax thereon for the year 1796 by the said sheriff’s deed to John STROTHER therefor which deed bears date 29 Sep. 1798 and recorded in the register’s office of Buncombe Co. on the 28 Dec. 1798 and being conveyed to Isaac ROBINSON aforesaid by the said John STROTHER bearing the date 23 Mar. 1805. Registered in the Register’s Office, 8 Oct. 1806. 22 Sep. 1809. Isaac ROBINSON {Seal}. Witnesses: R. HUNTER and William ROBINSON. Registered 20 Apr. 1810.

Pages 63-64.
Indenture, 16 Sep. 1809, between Joseph DOBSON by his special attorney Robert LOVE of the Co. of Burke and George BUFF of the Co. of Haywood in consideration of the sum of 75 pounds in hand paid by the said George BUFF hath sold unto the said George BUFF his heirs executors administrators and assigns forever a tract of land being in the Co. of Haywood except 100 acres to be laid off at the W end of said tract adjoining Robert LOVE’s land. Beginning at a hickory on the River bank and runs S 76 poles to a pine-near a branch there W 439 poles to a stake near a meadow branch N 88 poles to a stake in Robert LOVE’s line thence E with his line 48 poles to a hickory… Joseph DOBSON {Seal} by Robert LOVE his attorney. Witnesses: Phil T. BURFORD and John McAMISH. Registered in Haywood Co., 20 Apr. 1810.

Pages 64-65.
Quit claim, 10 Feb. 1810, between John WELCH and Adam KILLYON both of Haywood formerly Buncombe Co. as witnesseth that I John WELCH for and consideration of the sum of $10 to him in hand paid by Adam KILLLAN convey all my right to the lower end of a tract or parcel of land where Adam KILLYON now lives also known by the name of Kentucky to the said Adam KILLYON to his heirs Executors Adrs and assigns which tract of land was purchased by John WELCH Adam KILLYON from John STROTHER in partnership by a deed bearing date 19 May 1803 entered 17 Oct. 1801 No. 8704. John WELCH {Seal}. Witnesses: Thos C St CLAIR. Registered 20 Apr. 1810.

Pages 65-66.
30 Dec. 1808. I, Jesse CORNWELL of the Co. of Buncombe for and in consideration of the sum of $100 paid by John PICK [PECK?] hath conveyed all that certain piece of land lying in our Co. of Buncombe and on both sides of the N fork of Oconeylufly. Beginning on a small black oak the beginning corner of said survey Jesse CORNWELL bought from William GREEN and runs N 120 poles more or less till it strikes a condition line between said CORNWELL and PECK… Jesse CORNWELL {Seal}. Witnesses: William WELCH and John CODY. Registered 20 Apr. 1810.

Pages 66-67.
I, John WELCH of the Co. of Haywood in consideration of the sum of $300 hath sold unto Henry PLOT of the Co. aforesaid a certain parcel of land in the Co. aforesaid whereon the said PLOTT now lives. Beginning on a white oak bush near two hickorys one spanish oak and two sourwood pointers N side the Creek running thence E 89 and one half poles to a rattle Box thence S 179 poles to a black oak thence W 89 and one half poles to a white oak thence with Isaac LAND line to the beginning containing by estimation of 100 acres be same more or less the same being Granted originally to Gabriel RAGSDALE. 12 Mar. 1810. John WELCH {Seal}. Witnesses: John FERGUS and John BRYSON. [No registration date.]

Pages 67-68.
Indenture, 10 Feb. 1809, between Michael DEFEDELLAR of the Co. of Haywood and John McFARLAND of the said Co. in consideration of the sum of $300 the said Michael DEFADELLAR convey unto the said John McFARLAND a certain parcel of land being in the Co. of Haywood on the waters of Pigeon River on the E side thereof adjoining the land of John McFARLAND and John FULBRIGHT. Beginning at the said FULBRIGHT’s corner at a cluster of Pines in the fork of a little branch running thence to an with said McFARLAND’s line S 204 poles to some small hickory saplings on the top of a ridge said FULBRIGHT’s corner thence with his line to the beginning containing 150 acres more or less the same being part of a tract of land originally granted to David ALLISON by the state of NC which said land was sold by James HUGHEY high Sheriff of Buncombe Co. to John STROTHER. Michael DEFFEDELLAR {Seal}. Witnesses: John McFARLAND Jur and John FULBRIGHT jurat. Registered 21 Apr. 1810.

Page 68.
Indenture, 16 Sep. 1809, between Joseph DOBSON of the Co. of Burke by Robert LOVE of the Co. of Haywood and Martin BUFF of the Co. of Haywood in consideration of $150 pounds hath granted a parcel of land lying in the Co. of Haywood on both sides of Richland Creek. Joseph DOBSON {Seal}. Witnesses: Phil T. BURFORD and John HOWELL. Registered 21 Apr. 1810.

Pages 69-70.
I John STROTHER of the Co. of Rutherford in the State of TN by Robert LOVE of the Co. of Haywood in the State of NC my agent for and in consideration of the sum of one cent paid by Joseph DOBSON of the Co. of Burke in the State last named and for no further consideration of the said Joseph DOBSON having relinquished & quit his claim to certain lands in said Co. of Haywood on the W side of Pigeon river of an Equivelent value I do for myself and my heirs Executors & administrator Quit my claim to the land described within the bounds and limits of the Grant of No. 1728 for 640 acres on both sides of Richland Creek. 16 Sep. 1809. John STROTHER {Seal} by his Agent Robert LOVE. Registered 14 Apr. 1810.

Pages 70-71.
Indenture, 10 Feb. 1809, between John FULBRIGHT of the Co. of Haywood and John Mc-FARLAND of Co. aforesaid in consideration of the sum of $400 do sell a certain parcel of land in the Co. of Haywood on the waters of Pigeon and on the E side thereof adjoining Joseph DOBSON on the S. Beginning at a cluster of pines in a fork of a little branch running thence E crossing a branch 120 poles to white oak on the side of a hill then N 12 poles to a Spanish oak on the top of a hill then N 44 E 40 poles to a pine on the top of a ridge then N 80 E 35 poles to a Spanish oak then S three E 30 poles to a Spanish oak then S 53 E about five poles to a small hickory sappling there down the ridge to the other said tract to a white oak in a fork of said branch in a field and at TAFLELLAR’s old line then N 53 W to the place of beginning containing 74 acres be the same more or less the same being part of a large tract of land originally Granted to David ALLISON by the State of NC which said was sold to John FULBRIGHT 10 Feb. 1801 by John STROTHER. John FULBRIGHT {Seal}. Witnesses: John McFARLAND Jur and Michael DEFADELLER. Registered 21 Apr. 1810.

Pages 71-72.
I George CUNNINGHAM of the Co. of Haywood in consideration of the sum of $100 hath sold unto John MORROW of the Co. aforesaid a tract of land on SCOTT’s Creek in the Co. adjoining the Indian boundaryline…containing 150 acres Granted originally to me by Patent 9 Dec. 1809. 26 Mar. 1810. George CUNNINGHAM {Seal}. Witnesses: John FERGUS and H. BATTLE. Registered 21 Apr. 1810.

Pages 72-73.
I, John DAVIDSON of the Co. of Buncombe in consideration of the sum of $80 sold unto Thomas WELCH of the Co. aforesaid all that certain parcel of land situated in our Co. on a fork of Richland Creek on the E side of s’d Creek… Beginning on a white oak below the forks of said Creek about 10 poles from the W bank on John McDOWEL’s old line and runs E 220 poles crossing the E fork of said Creek…containing 150 acres more or less. 8 Aug. 1806. John DAVIDSON {Seal}. Witnesses: James WELCH and John COLVARD Jurat. Registered 22 Apr. 1810.

Page 73.
I John FERGUS of the Co. of Buncombe in consideration of the sum of $100 sold unto George GUNTER of the Co. aforesaid 100 acres of land in s’d Co. on both sides of the Judicully [?] a fork of SCOTT’s Creek. 2 Apr. 1808. John FERGUS {Seal}. Witnesses: Hollm BATTLE and Robert MORGAN. Registered 22 Apr. 1810.

Page 74.
Indenture, 26 Mar. 1810, between John FERGUS of the Co. of Haywood and Robt. DICKEY of the Co. aforesaid in consideration of the sum of $75 the said John FERGUS doth sell a parcel of land containing 50 acres unto him the said Robt. DICKEY. Beginning on a poplar and Gum corner on John STILES line running on William STILES line W 68 poles to a stake thence N 118 poles to a stake thence 60 E to a stake thence to the beginning the said land entered in Oct. 1804 and granted unto the said John FERGUS 19 Dec. 1805. John FERGUS {Seal}. Witnesses: William L. CALDWELL and H. BATTLE. Registered 22 Apr. 1810.

Pages 74-75.
Indenture, 1 Mar. 1810, between Isaac EATON of Co. of Haywood and Daniel EATON of the Co. aforesaid in consideration of the sum of $60 doth convey unto the above named Daniel EATON a part of said tract of land whereon said Isaac EATON now lives. Beginning on the Branch running through said land. where William ALEXANDER’s line crosses said branch thence up said branch to a marked white oak thence S until] it strikes the top of the ridge thence along said ridge westwardly untill it intersects the N and S line of said tract of land conveyed from John CRAGE to said Isaac EATON thence along said line to the corner N thence E to the beginning corner the same containing 100 acres or less. Isaac EATON {Seal}. Registered 22 Mar. 1810.

Pages 75-76.
Indenture, 1 Mar. 1810, between Isaac EATON of the Co. of Haywood and Jesse EATON of the Co. aforesaid in consideration of the sum of $60 doth convey unto the above named Jesse EATON a part of that tract whereon the said Isaac now lives. Beginning on the branch that runs through said tract of land where William ALEXANDER’s line crosses said branch to a marked white oak designated in the deed of Daniel EATON thence along said designated line to the N and S line of the 200 acre tract of land deed from John CRAGE to said Isaac EATON thence S said line to the S corner thence E to ALEXANDER’s line thereon N to the beginning containing 100 acres be the same more or less. Isaac EATON {Seal}. Registered 22 Apr. 1810.

Pages 76-77.
I, John BATTLE of the State of N.C. and the Co. of Rutherford in consideration of the sum of $70 sold unto James WHEELER of the Co. of Buncombe state aforesaid 100 acres of land in the Co. of Buncombe on some small Branches of SCOTT’s Creek between the Judicully and BALSAM mountains. 26 Jan. 1807. John BATTLE {Seal}. John FERGUS and Holl BATTLE. Registered 22 Apr. [1810].

Pages 77-78.
Indenture, 7 Nov. 1804, between John STROTHER of the Co. of Buncombe and William JAMES of the Co. aforesaid in consideration of the sum of $25 doth convey unto him the said William JAMES a certain parcel of land containing 87 acres in the Co. of Buncombe on the brush fork of CRABTREE Creek. Beginning at the SW corner of ROSS’ land on a [illegible] oak runs thence W 28 poles to a white oak thence S 140 poles crossing main CRABTREE to McDOWEL’s line thence N 140 poles to a stake ROSSes line & with his line to the beginning the same being part of a tract of land Granted to David ALLISON… John STROTHER {Seal}. Geo. STROTHER and James BRYSON Jurat. Registered 22 Apr. 1810.

Pages 78-79.
I, Nathan DEVER of the Co. of Haywood in consideration of the sum of $1,000 paid by Thomas BIRD of Co. aforesaid convey to the said Thomas BIRD a certain parcel of land in the Co. of Haywood being as follows: on the W side of the W fork of Pigeon river and beginning on a white oak on the bank of the Creek runs with Elijah DEVER’s line thence with said to a black oak on the bank of the river thence running up the [illegible] of the river to a conditional line made between Nathan DEAVER and William DEVER to a white oak thence N the conditional line to the Creek thence down the [illegible] of the Creek to the beginning containing 100 [acres]. 5 Sep. 1809. Nathan DEVER {Seal}. Witnesses: Jonathan BIRD Jurat, Nathan DEVER and Margaret BIRD.

Page 79.
State of North Carolina, Haywood County} I, William DEVER of the Co. aforesaid in consideration of the sum of $300 in hand paid Thomas BIRD who hath deeded the within land I do for myself and my heirs executors or assigns quit claim to the said Thomas BIRD all my right of 20 or 30 acres. 5 Sep. 1809. Wm. DEVER {Seal}. Witness: Jonathan BIRD. Registered 22 Aug. 1810.

Pages 79-80.
Indenture, 20 Mar. 1810, between Andrew McCLURE Senr and Thomas McCLURE both of the Co. of Haywood…the said Andrew McCLURE hath this day in consideration of the sum of $60 conveyed a certain parcel of land in Haywood Co. on the S side of CRABTREE Creek. And.w McCLURE {Seal}. Witness: James Ale[?] ELLIS Jurat. Registered: 22 Apr. 1810.

Pages 80-81.
Indenture, 14 Nov. 1809, between Waightslill AVERY of Burke Co. & Robert LOVE of Haywood Co. and Thomas BIRD of said Co. of Haywood in consideration of a bond performance of the said LOVE & AVERY to Joseph DOBSON with condition to be void on their making a release and quit claim of their right & claim to the lands whereon Nathan DEVER, Elijah DEVER & Richard DEVER then lived on the W side of Pigeon river so much as lies within the lines of said AVERY & LOVE’s grant the lines whereof are herein after expression to wit beginning at a large white oak supposed to be George DAVIDSON’s corner on the bank of the river and runs W 220 poles to a stake on a ridge thence S 330 poles to a stake on the bank… 30 Nov. 1809. Waightstile AVERY {Seal}, Robert LOVE {Seal}. Witness: Wm McE[—?].

Pages 81-82.
I, Joseph DOBSON have consented & requested that the within deed of release and quit claim should be made to the within named Thomas BIRD in part performance of my bond on the said AVERY & LOVE and that the release to quit claim for the remainder should be made to Elijah DEA VER and Richard DEVER. 14 Nov. 1809. Joseph DOBSON {Seal}. Witness: Joseph SORRELLS. Registered 22 Apr. 1810.

Page 82.
I, Richard MORROW of the Co. of Buncombe in consideration of the sum of $500 hath sold unto Benjamin CHASTENE of the Co. aforesaid 144 acres of land in said Co. 6 Mar. 1807. Richard MORROW {Seal}. Witnesses: Clement HOOPER and Elijah CHASTAIN. Registered 25 Apr. 1810.

Page 83.
I, George CUNNINGHAM of the Co. of Haywood in consideration of the sum of Si 00 hath sold unto William McCONEL of the Co. aforesaid a certain tract or parcel of land in said Co. on a small branch of SCOTT’s Creek adjoining land of Elijah JOHNSTON on the N side…containing 100 acres being part of a tract of 150 acres Granted originally to be by patent bearing date the 9th day of Dec. 1809. 26 Mar. 1810. George CUNNINGHAM {Seal}. Witnesses: John FERGUS and H. BATTLE. Registered 25 Mar. 1810.

Pages 83-84.
I, James McKEE of the Co. of Haywood in consideration of the sum of $800 have conveyed unto John WELCH of the Co. aforesaid a tract containing 126 acres lying in the Co. of Haywood on a creek that it known by the name of Gap or Racoon Creek being the same tract which said McKEE purchased of Joseph SPENCER Dec’d and originally granted unto John CRAIG Deceased and by him conveyed to same SPENCER. Beginning on a white oak at the lower end of a Glaide and near the mouth of said Creek and runs S 254 poles to a stake thence E 23 1/2 poles to a stake on Thomas WELCHES’ land… James McKEE {Seal}. Witness: Saml SAMPLE. Registered 25 Apr. 1810.

Page 85.
I, Joseph CHAMBERS of the Co. of Buncombe in consideration of the sum of $555 hath sold unto John WELCH of the Co. aforesaid that part of the tract of land whereon I now live which lies on the N side of Richland Creek in the Co. aforesaid the same being part of a tract of land Granted originally to Abegail CHAMBERS and containing in the whole 400 acres together with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging or appertaining and all the estate right title interest or claim or demand of me or my heirs of in to or out of the same and I do hereby bind myself my heirs Executors and administrators to warrant and defend the said lands sold against myself and my heirs and against all and every person or persons whatsoever having any lawful claim against the same the claim of Audley OSBORN only except unto the said John WELCH his heirs and assignees for his and their only proper use and behoof forever and in the case of aforesaid OSBORN should be more valid in law than the claim whereby I now hold or has held the said land I then bind myself my heirs executors or Administrators to pay or cause to be paid unto the said John WELCH his heirs or assigns the value of $500 in property and likewise $50 in case to be paid in the space of one year after the said OSBORN hath made his claim good in law. 16 Apr. 1802. Joseph CHAMBERS {Seal}. Witnesses: John FERGUS Jurat and John COLVARD. Registered 25 Apr. 1810.

Pages 85-86.
I, John STROTHER of the Co. of Rutherford in State of Tenn. by Robert LOVE of the Co. of Haywood in the State of N.C. my agent in consideration of the sum of one cent paid by Joseph DOBSON of the Co. of Burk in the last mentioned State and for the further consideration of the said Joseph DOBSON having relinquished & quit claim to certain lands in said Co. of Haywood in the State aforesaid on the W side of Big Pigeon river of an Equivelent value I do for my self my heirs Executors and administrators quit my claim to the land described within the bounds & limits of the within Grant No. 1729 for 500 acres Except 100 acres to be laid out on the W end of said tract adjoining Robert LOVE’s land which said 100 acres I the said Joseph do for myself my heirs executors administrators Quit my Claim to and assign over to the said John STROTHER {Seal} By Robert LOVE his agent. Joseph DOBSON {Seal} by Robert LOVE his Special Agent. Acknowledged by the Agent. Registered 25 Apr. 1810.

Page 86-87.
I, William McCONNELL of the Co. of Haywood for and in consideration of the sum of $100 bath sold unto Sollomon MESSER of the Co. aforesaid a certain parcel of land in s’d Co. on a small branch of SCOTT’s Creek adjoining lands of Elijah JOHNSON on the N side….containing 100 acres being part of a tract of 150 acres granted originally to George CUNNINGHAM conveyed to William McCONNEL now conveyed to sd Sollomon MESSER which said 100 acres being part of 150 to said George CUNNINGHAM by Patent bearing date 9 Dec. 1809. 26 Jun. 1810. William McCONNELL {Seal}. R. RUFFIN and Hugh NEELY. Registered 16 Jul. 1810. Page 87-88: Indenture, 27 Dec. 1809, between Samuel BURNES of the Co. of Haywood and William STODGHEL of the Co. of Buncombe in consideration of the sum of $270 convey unto the said William STODGHEL two certain pieces of land in the Co. aforesaid on the waters of Pigeon River on the E side of sd river one tract containing 130 acres. Beginning on a chestnut oak thence E 130 poles to a hickory in a cove of a mountain thence N 150 poles to a hickory on DEFADELLAR’s line thence with his line and William BURNES to Mill Shoal branch to a stake then up said branch to a pine a conditional corner between said SHOOK and David KILLIAN

Pages 87-88.
Indenture, 27 Dec. 1809, between Samuel BURNES of the Co. of Haywood and William STODGHEL of the Co. of Buncombe in consideration of the sum of $270 convey unto the said William STODGHEL two certain pieces of land in the Co. aforesaid on the waters of Pigeon River on the E side of sd river one tract containing 130 acres. Beginning on a chestnut oak thence E 130 poles to a hickory in a cove of a mountain thence N 150 poles to a hickory on DEFADELLAR’s line thence with his line and William BURNES to Mill Shoal branch to a stake then up said branch to a pine a conditional corner between said SHOOK and David KILLIAN thence up a slash the conditional line to the place of beginning the other tract containing 10 acres more or less beginning on a rock three rods below said shoal thence up sd branch to a stake then E to a stake on DEFADELLAR’s line thence N to a stake on William BURNES’ line thence with sd line to the place of the beginning. The s’d two tracts of land being part of two tracts of land purchased from Samuel BURNES. Samuel BURNES {Seal}. Witnesses: John McFARLAND and Abraham STODGHEL Jurat. Registered 16 Jul. 1810.

Pages 88-89.
Indenture, 29 Dec. 1809, between John FULBRIGHT of the Co. of Haywood and Jonathan WOODDE of the Co. aforesaid in consideration of the sum of $100 doth convey unto the said Jonathan WOODDE a parcel of land in the Co. aforesaid on the waters on & on the E side of Pigeon & Joining land of Michael DEFADELLAR on the S & E side….the said tract up a ridge to the beginning containing 75 acres the same being a part of a large tract originally Granted by the State of NC to David ALLISON, Grant No. 251. John FULBRIGHT {Seal}. Witnesses: Abraham STODGHEL Jurat and William FULBRIGHT. Registered 16 Jul. 1810.

Page 90.
Indenture, 3 Dec. 1807, between William DAVIDSON Senr and William Mitchel DAVIDSON both of Buncombe Co. in consideration of $900 the said William DAVIDSON Senr doth convey unto the said William Mitchel DAVIDSON a certain parcel of land in the Co. aforesaid on Jonathan’s Creek a water course of Big Pigeon river. Beginning on a white oak and Hickory then run S 52 poles to a hickory on the point of a ridge then E by land said to be John G. BLOUNT’s 38 poles to a hickory sapling…containing 300 acres. William DAVIDSON {Seal}. Phil T BURFORD Jurat and Patsey DAVIDSON. Registered 16 Jul. 1810.

Pages 91-92.
Indenture, 5 Jan. 1809, between Felix WALKER of the Co. of Haywood and John HENRY of the same Co. in consideration of the sum of $200 hath conveyed unto the said John HENRY a tract in the said Co. on both sides of the Socah. Beginning at a maple tree at the N of a branch on the S side of Socah Creek thence S 20 E or near that direction a direct course toward the highest place on the top of a mountain oposite to the line of the Survey which this a part thence with said line N 65 W to a black oak with Chestnut and hickory pointers the beginning corner of said Survey thence from that course S 70 E 150 poles to a blackoak on his other line thence N a long a mountain 100 poles suposed to where John DOBSON’s line intersect the said line & with John DOBSON’s line…containing as is supposed 150 acres Granted to the said Felix WALKER by Patent bearing the date 5 Dec. 1804…it is provided that the line in this deed running N 70 E shall not extend further than the top of the mountain nor further than the upperline of a tract of land sold by the said Felix WALKER to Benjamin PARKS and John DOBSON. F. WALKER {Seal}. Witnesses: David McFARLAND and Eli Newman HENRY. Registered 16 Jul. 1810.

Pages 92-94.
Indenture, 14 Mar. 1807, between John STROTHER of the Co. of Buncombe and Mathias MEASE of the Co. of Buncombe in consideration of the sum of $100 the said John STROTHER doth convey unto the said Mathias MEASE a parcel of land containing 200 acres in the Co. of Buncombe on the waters of the Garden. Creek of Pigeon river ad-joining BARNETT’s & KILLIAN’s….being a large tract of land originally granted to David ALLISON. John STROTHER {Seal}. Witnesses: Geo. STROTHER & Robert GILLISPY. Registered 16 Jul. 1810.

Page 94.
I, John WEELER do hereby appoint Nathaniel TAYLOR of the State of Tenn. and Co. of Carter my lawful Attorney in my name to sell all my lands situated in the State of Tenn. and also to apply to the commissioners of E & W Tenn. for my land warrants or to any other person that may have them in possession and to take all lawful ways and means to recover. 15 Jun. 1809. John WHEELER {Seal} Witnesses: Paul GRAHAM. Registered 16 Jun. 1810.

Pages 94-95.
I, Gideon HARRIS do hereby appoint Nathaniel TAYLOR of the State of Tenn. and Co. of Carter my lawful Attorney in my lawful Attorney in my name and for my use to sell and dispose of all my lands in the State of Tenn. and also to apply to the commissioners of E & W Tenn. for my land warrants or to any other person that may have them in possession and to take all lawful ways and means to recover. 28 May 1809. Gideon HARRIS {Seal}. Witnesses: Thomas GREEN and John SHAW. Registered 16 Jun. 1810.

Page 95: State of NC, No. 45…in consideration of the sum of 30 Shillings for every 100 acres hereby Granted paid unto our Treasury by George DAVIDSON and Thomas DAVIDSON have Granted a tract of land containing 300 acres in the Co. of Buncombe on the W side of Pigeon river near the point of a hill Including an Indian old field and the war ford on the said river. Beginning at a stake on the river bank a small distance above a small Island then due W through the old field 160 poles Crossing a small branch to two Spanish oaks on the N side of a knob then due S 320 poles by vacant land to a black oak on a ridge then due E 144 poles Crossing a small pond two white oaks on the river bank by James McNAB’s line. 9 Jan. 1794. Richd Dobbs SPAIGHT. J. GLASGOW, Sec. Registered 17 Sep. 1810.

Page 96.
State of N. C., No. 1632…in consideration of the sum of 50 Shillings for every 100 acres hereby granted unto our Treasury by Adam WATSON a tract of land containing 50 acres in the Co. of Buncombe on a small creek S of Richland joining William ALLEN’s and on the S side of Andrew Green ROBINSON’s land including the path that leads to Adam WATSON’s. Entered 13 Apr. 1807. Nat ALEXANDER. Willm WHITE, Sec. Registered 20 Aug. 1806.

Page 97.
Indenture, 20 Feb. 1806, between James STILES of the Co. of Buncombe and John BELLAH of the Co. of Buncombe in consideration of the sum of $40 the s aid James STYLES doth convey unto the said John BELLAK a certain parcel of land containing ten acres and a half in the Co. aforesaid on Big Pigeon river and on the NE side of said river bounded by lands of said James STILES and Thomas STILES. Beginning at the mouth of a small branch running into Pigeon river on the NE side and posit to where the said BELLAH now lives. James STILES {Seal}. Witnesses: Thomas STILES and CABE. Registered 20 Oct. 1810.

Pages 97-98.
I, George CUNNINGHAM Senr of the Co. of Buncombe in consideration of $84.50 hath sold unto George CUNNINGHAM Junr of the Co. aforesaid on a small creek running into SCOTT’s Creek on the N side. Beginning on a small black oak on the E side of the Creek on John HEUGHES line and with said line N 20 W 170 poles to a stake thence S 50 E 130 poles to a stake and thence E to the beginning containing 75 acres it being a part of 320 acres Granted originally to me. 8 Oct. 1808. George CUNNINGHAM Senr {Seal}. Witnesses: John FERGUS and James HUGHES. Registered 28 Oct. 1810.

Pages 98-99.
Indenture, 3 Mar. 1805, between John STROTHER of the Co. of Buncombe and Adam WATSON of the Co. aforesaid in consideration of the sum of $130 the said John STROTHER doth convey unto the said Adam WATSON a certain piece or parcel land in the Co. aforesaid on the waters of Richland and including the place where John HACK family lived….containing 130 acres of land the same being part of a large tract of land Originally Granted to John Gray BLOUNT for 340,640 acres and sold by James HUGHEY high sheriff of Buncombe Co. to satisfy public and Co. tax due for the year 1796 as will more fully appear by said Sheriff’s deed to the said John STROTHER, 29 Sep. 1798. John STROTHER {Seal}. Witnesses: Geo. STROTHER and Hugh NEELEY Jurat. Registered 20 Oct. 1810.

Pages 99-100.
I, George CUNNINGHAM of the Co. of Haywood in consideration of the sum of $400 sold unto Humphrey CUNNINGHAM of the Co. of Buncombe a tract of land in Haywood Co. containing 141 acres be the same more or less. Beginning on the W side of Pigeon river on a branch of SCOTT’s Creek on the N side beginning on a white oak thence with a line of FERGUS N. 16 Mar. 1810. George CUNNINGHAM {Seal}. Witness: Thomas EAKINS.

Pages 100-101.
State of N. C., Haywood Co., I Richard MORROW of the above Co. in consideration of $250 paid by Samuel DENTON of the Co. aforesaid have granted unto the said Samuel DENTON a certain tract of land lying in the said Co. beginning on a white hickory a conditional line between Jonathan BLYH and Charity DAVIS thence with the back line thence E to a stake thence S 110 poles to a stake thence W down to the main Creek. 29 Jan. 1810. Richard MORROW {Seal}. Witness: John McCLUNG and Aron PERSON. Registered 20 Oct. 1810.

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State of N. C., No. 8…in consideration of the sum of 30 shillings for every 100 acres hereby Granted paid into our Treasury by John McDOWELL and have given unto the said John McDOWELL Junr a tract of land containing 100 acres in the Co. of Haywood on Piegon river. Entered 21 Jan. 1795. 8 Dec. 1810. Benj.m SMITH. Will WHITE, Sec. Registered 4 Feb. 1811.

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State of N. C., Haywood Co. Indenture, 19 Oct. 1810, between John STROTHER of the Co. of Buncombe and John LEATHERWOOD of the Co. of Haywood in consideration of the sum of $50 the said John STROTHER doth hereby convey unto him the said John. LEATHERWOOD a certain piece or parcel of land containing 54 acres in the Co. of Haywood on the waters of Jonathan’s Creek. Beginning at a hickory one of the corners of the WILLIAMS Survey ….the same being part of a large tract of land originally Granted to David ALLISON. John STROTHER {Seal} by Robert LOVE his Agent. Witnesses: William McFARLAND and Jacob McFARLAND.

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State of N. C., Buncombe Co. Indenture, 8 Mar. 1808, between John STROTHER of the Co. of Buncombe and Benjm HIDE of the Co. aforesaid in consideration of the sum of $25 the said John STROTHER doth convey unto the said Benjm HIDE a parcel of land containing 100 acres in the Co. of Buncombe on the waters [of] Pigeon River. Beginning on a Spanish oak and running S 15 degrees W 100 poles to a stake thence S 35 degrees 160 poles to a stake thence N 15 E 100 poles to a stake thence to the beginning the same being part of a large tract of land originally granted to David ALLISON. John STROTHER {Seal} by his Agent Geo. STROTHER. Witnesses: James HUGHES and David McDOWELL Jurat. Registered 5 Feb. 1811.

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State of N. C. Buncombe Co. Indenture, 1 Mar. 1808, between John STROTHER of the Co. of Buncombe and Benjamin HIDE of the Co. of Buncombe in consideration of the sum of $35 the said John STROTHER doth hereby convey unto the said Benjamin HIDE a certain piece of land containing 100 acres in the Co. of Buncombe on the waters of Jonathan’s Creek. Beginning on a spruce pine on the bank of Pigeon River running S 50 D W 90 poles to a white oak on the point of a mountain thence N 40 D W 70 poles to a white oak bank of Jonathan’s Creek thence down said Creek to mouth thence up Pigeon River to the beginning to same being part of a large tract of land originally granted to David ALLISON. John STROTHER {Seal} by his Agent Geo. STROTHER. Witnesses: Danl McDOWELL and James HUGHES. Registered 5 Feb. 1811.

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State of N. C.: In consideration of the sum of 50 Shillings for every 100 acres hereby granted paid into our Treasury by Benjamin PARKS have given and granted unto the said Benjamin PARKS a tract of land containing 200 acres in the Co. of Haywood. Entered 8 Nov. 1809. 21 1810. Benjm SMITH. Will WHITE, Sec. Registered 15 Mar. 1811.

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25 Feb. 1807. I, John TOMLINSON of the Co. of Buncombe in consideration of the sum of $250 paid by Jesse CORNWELL I do hereby convey unto the said Jesse CORNWELL of the Co. of Buncombe a certain tract or parcel of land containing 200 acres in our Co. of Buncomb. Beginning on a black oak on the E side of the N fork of Oconeylufty river near a large rock and runs thence N 254 poles to a stake and thence S 254 poles to a stake and thence to the beginning the same granted originally to John FERGUS by State’s patent 11 Dec. 1804 No. 1399. John TUMLINSON {Seal}. Witnesses John HIDE and William WELCH Jurat. Registered 5 Apr. 1811.

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I, Andrew WELCH of Haywood Co. in consideration of the sum of $60 paid by Jesse CORNWALL of the Co. aforesaid on both sides of the N fork of Oconeylufty river. 24 Jan. 1811. Andrew WELCH {Seal}. Witnesses: James WELCH Jurat and John BRYSON. Registered 5 Apr. 1811.