Jeremiah Walker & Samuel Varner Deed

State of Mississippi - November 10, 1823

[COPIED FROM XEROX MADE IN LAWRENCE CO, MS, COURTHOUSE]

State of Mississippi

County of Franklin Know all men by these presents that I, Jeremiah Walker, of said county for and in consideration of the sum of seventy dollars to me in hand paid by Samuel Varner of said county at or before the sealing on delivery of these presents the receipt of which I do hereby acknowledge, have bargained and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain and sell unto the said Samuel Varner, his executors, administrators, and assigns all and singular the cattle hereafter mentioned that is to say one dunn colored cow and one yearlin Heffer and three 3 year old heffers running and being at James Palmers in the county of Lawrence State aforesaid and likewise one no horned cow or heffer one color three years old running at Isaac Walkers in said county of Lawrence and one pided heffer three years old at Asa Walkers in the _________of Isaac of said County of Lce. To have and to hold and singular the said cattle above mentioned and sold to the said Samuel Varner his executors, administrators and assigns forever, And I the said Jeremiah Walker for myself, my excts, administrators all and singular -all and singular the said cattle or heads the said Samuel Varner his exec, adm and assigns against me my exec, admin, and against all and every other _________ shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 10th day of November A.D 1823.

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Mississippi memorandum) the day and year first within written _________________ of the cattle etc by the within written deed bargained and sold and delivered by the said Jeremiah Walker to the said Samuel Varner by giving and delivering to the said Samuel Varner ______________ in the names of the whole of said cattle sold in presence of us.

Witnessed: Jas. C. Hawley

John Warren J of peace

State of Mississippi

County of Franklin

Personally appeared before me Jas C. Hawley Esq. a Justice of the Peace of this county the within named Jeremiah Walker who acknowledged that he signed sealed and delivered the within bill of sale on the day and year therein mentioned as his act and deed. Given under my hand and seal this the tenth day of November A.D. 1823.

Jas. C. Hawley

J of Peace

Filed in the Clerks Office, this 8th of December 1823,Harmon Runnels C Ck

Recorded in Book A and paged 186 & 187 this 6th of March 1824

H H Runnels Clk

[Transcribed by Dorothy Sutphin & Sandra Olney. Transcriber’s note:Franklin Co, MS, joined Lawrence to the west at this date. Jeremiah Walker and Samuel Varner lived in Franklin and Isaac and Asa Walker lived in Lawrence Co, MS.]

Research note: Franklin has a 1820 Census - need to see

Donated by: Sandra Sutphin Olney, Beach City, TX - my submitted GEDCOM is Isaac Walker.

 

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