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Rutherford County Deeds from TSLA microfilm roll #112

03 November 1830

Rutherford County Deeds Book S, page 312

Stephen Cantrell & wife to Howard Barlow, 520 acres

This Indenture made and entered into this third day of November in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred & thirty between Stephen Cantrell and his wife Juliat A.D. Cantrell both of the County of Davidson State of Tennessee of the one part and Howard Barlow of the county of Rutherford and State aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Stephen Cantrell and Juliet A. D. for and in consideration of the sum of two thousand one hundred dollars to them in hand paid .and [ ] to be paid by the said Howard Barlow the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath this day bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed and confirmed and do by these present bargain, sell, alien and convey and confirm unto the said Howard Barlow and his heirs and assignees forever a certain tract or parcel of land. Situate lying and being in the county of Rutherford and State aforesaid on the waters of Armstrongs Creek of the west fork of Stones River butted and bounded as follows, to wit. Beginning at a stake in the north west corner of Lot No. 4 which was laid off for the heirs of Matilda McCartin dec¹d, thence running South three hundred and twenty poles to a stake being the south boundary line of Johnson¹s tract, thence west eighty poles to a stake on said line, thence south two hundred and ten poles to a stake, thence west one hundred and twenty five poles to a stake on the west boundary line of Grant No. 3282, thence north two hundred and two poles to a stake, thence East thirty eight poles to a stake, thence north three hundred and twenty poles to a stake being the north west corner to said Johnson¹s tract, thence East one hundred and sixty poles to the beginning. Supposed to contain five hundred and twenty acres, being Lot No. 5 in the Division of the lands of John & G.M. Deadrick, which Lot was drawn by the said Stephen Cantrell and Juliet A.D. Cantrell his wife, which division and reports of commissioners have been duly Registered in the Registers office of said county of Rutherford in Book [M?] pages 102, 102, 104, 105 & 106, which is here referred for greater certainty. To have and to hold to the said Howard Barlow his heirs and assignees forever the before recited land and bargained premises with the exception of a certain part or parcel of land which was recovered by Thomas Hopkins from the said Stephen Cantrell and Juliet A.D. his wife off of one end of the above described tract, which piece is a not hereby sold supposed to contain forty or fifty acres also the said Stephen Cantrell and Juliet A.D. his wife are not bound to warrant not defend any part of the before recited tract of five hundred and twenty acres which may be claimed at this time by the said Howard Barlow, his heirs or assignees by interfering lines of the said Barlow with the before recited tract of land. To have and to hold to him the said Howard Barlow his heirs, executors & administrators the before recited land with its appurtenances and hereditaments and every part and parcel thereof with the exceptions herein specified, and the said Stephen Cantrell and Juliet A.D. Cantrell his wife will for themselves, their heirs, executors & administrators warrant and forever defend the before recited land and bargained premises against the claim or claims of all and every person or persons whatsoever with the exception of the interfering lines of the said Howard Barlow and the part recovered by the said Thomas Hopkins and which is here distinctly understood not to be conveyed.

In testimony whereof the said Stephen Cantrell and Juliet A.D. Cantrell have hereunto se their hands and affixed their seals the day & date found herein written.

Signed, sealed & delivered in presence of us:

Stephen Cantrell (seal)
David Wendel
Juliet A.D. Cantrell (seal)
D.D. Wendel

24 January 1831

Rutherford County Deeds Book S, page 416

No. 538 Howard Barlow to Benajah Carlton, Deed 148 1/2 acres

This indenture made and entered into his 24th day of January, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and thirty one, between Howard Barlow of the County of Rutherford and State of Tennessee of the one part and Benajah Carlton of the County and State aforesaid of the other part, witnesseth that the said Howard Barlow for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and forty dollars to him in hand paid and secured to be paid by the said Benajah Carlton the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath this day bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed and confirmed and do by these presents bargain, sell, alien and convey and confirm unto the said Benajah Carlton and his heirs and assignees forever a certain tract or parcel of land, situate lying and being in the County of Rutherford and State aforesaid on the waters of Armstrong¹s Creek of the west fork of Stones River, butted and bounded as follows, to wit. Beginning at a Hickory the south west corner of what is called the Johnson tract, and running thence south one hundred and ninety poles to a Cedar, thence East one hundred and twenty five poles to a Red oak and Dogwood, thence north one hundred and ninety poles to a Black oak, thence west one hundred and twenty five poles to the beginning. Containing one hundred and forty eight and one half acres by a late survey. To have and to hold to the said Benajah Carlton his heirs and assignees forever the before recited land and bargained premises. To have and to hold to him the said Benajah Carlton, his heirs, executors & administrators the before recited land with its appurtenances and hereditaments and every part and parcel thereof, and the said Howard Barlow will for himself his heirs executors and administrator warrant and defend the before recited land and bargained premises against the claim or claims of all and every person or persons whatsoever. In testimony whereof the said Howard Barlow has hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the say & date first herein written.

Signed, Sealed & delivered in presence of
Howard Barlow (seal)

14 Feburary 1831

Rutherford County Deeds Book S, page 493

Howard Barlow to Benjamin D. Barlow: 106 acres

This Indenture made and entered into this fourteenth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty one between Howard Barlow of the County of rutherford and State of Tennessee of the one part and Benjamin D. Barlow of the County and State aforesaid of the other part; Witnesseth that the said Howard Barlow aforesaid in consideration of the sum of eight hundred and forty eight dollars to him in hand paid and secured to be paid by the said Benjamin D. Barlow the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath this day bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed and confirmed, and do by these present bargain, sell, alien and convey and confirm unto the said Benjamin D. Barlow and his heirs and assignees forever a certain tract or parcel of land containing 106 acres, Situate lying and being in the County of Rutherford and State aforesaid on the waters of Armstrongs Creek of the west fork of Stones River, butted and bounded as follows to wit. Beginning at a Dogwood near the knob being the dividing corner between Stephen Cantrell and Cartin in what is called the Johnson tract, and running west into said Johnson¹s South boundary line one hundred and sixteen poles to a Cedar stake, thence north with said Howard Barlow¹s line one hundred and forty six poles to Cedar stake in Albert G. Barlow¹s line, thence East with said line one hundred and sixteen poles to a stake in the lane between the said A.G. Barlow and Cartin, thence South one hundred and forty six poles to the beginning. To have and to hold to the said Benjamin D. Barlow his heirs and assignees forever the before recited and bargained premises, to have and to hold to him the said Benjamin D. Barlow his heirs, executors, and administrators the before recited land with its appurtenances and hereditaments and every part and parcel thereof, and the said Howard Barlow will for himself, his heirs, executors and administrators warrant and forever defend the before recited land and bargained premises against the claim or claims of all and every person or persons whatsoever. In witness whereof the said Howard Barlow has hereunto set his hand and affixed his Seal the day & date first herein written.

Signed, Sealed & delivered in presence of Howard Barlow (seal)

07 October 1834

RUtherford Co Deeds Book U, page 150
Lemuel Ransom to Benjamin D. Barlow; 50 acres

This Indenture made and entered into this 7th day of October 1834 by and between Lemuel Ransom of the County of Rutherford and State of Tennessee of the one part and Benjamin D. Barlow of the aforesaid county and State of the other part; Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the Sum of Seventy five dollars to him in hand paid or [coŠd] to be paid by the aforesaid B.D. Barlow, the said Lemuel Ransom hath this day bargained, sold, aliened & conveyed and by these presents do bargain, sell & convey to the said B.D. Barlow a certain tract or parcel of land lying being & Situate in the County of Rutherford and State aforesaid, on the head waters of Overalls Creek and bounded as follows viz. Beginning on a Cedar and Ash in Acy Freemans line, thence South one hundred poles to a post oak & Hickory, thence East Eighty poles to a Walnut & Cedar, thence north one hundred poles to two Cedars, thence West to the beginning. Containing fifty acres more or less. To have and to hold the above described land and chartered premises with all the rights, profits, emoluments and hereditaments thereunto belonging or in any way thereunto pertaining to the only proper use & behoof of him the said B.D. Barlow his heirs and assignees forever, and the said L. Ransom for himself his heirs administrators & assignees do hereby covenant and agree to and with the said B.D. Barlow his heirs & assignees the above described land and chartered premises he will warrant and defend against the right, title, claim or interest of all and every person or persons.

In testimony whereof, I Leml. Ransom have set my hand and seal the day & date above written.

Test. Lemuel Ransom (seal)
Richard Ransom
Foster Hooker

24 January 1835  

James Gibson Will

In the name of God Amen: I James Gibson of the county of Rutherford and State of Tennessee, of sound mind and memory do make and publish this my last will and Testament in manner and form following. I give and bequeath unto my grand daughter Elizabeth Barlow a feather bed and furniture. I give and bequeath unto my daughters, Polly Henderson and Betsey Patterson fifty dollars each to be paid in cash at my decease by my son Matthew unto whom I give and bequeath all and every Real and personal property of which I may die possessed of, and in particular a note of hand executed by my said son Matthew in my favor for two hundred and odd dollars which was put by me into the hands of my son James for sake keeping. ­ And it is my will that the said note be null void and of no effect, in Law or Equity against my said son Matthew, he being bound for the payment of the said sum of fifty dollars to each of my forenamed two daughters at my decease. And I hereby appoint my son Matthew my sole executor to this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me made.

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 24th day of January A.D. 1835.
Singed Sealed and Acknowledged his
In the presence of us James X Gibson (Seal)
Nathan H. Frost mark
Moses Gibson

25 July 1837

Rutherford County Deeds Book W, page 720

No. 777 Benjamin D. Barlow to Willis Jackson, Deed 50 acres

This Indenture made and entered into this 25th day of July 1837 by and between B.D. Barlow of the one part, of the County of Rutherford and State of Tennessee and Willis Jackson of the aforesaid County and State of the other part; Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars to him in hand paid or cause to be paid by the aforesaid Willis Jackson, the said B.D. Barlow hath this day bargained, sold, aliened & conveyed, and by these presents do hereby bargain, sell and convey to the said Willis Jackson a certain tract or parcel of land, lying being & situate in the County of Rutherford and State aforesaid, on the head waters of Overalls Creek and bounded as follows viz. Beginning on a Cedar and Ash in Silas Winsett¹s line, thence South one hundred poles to a post oak & Hickory, thence East Eighty poles to a walnut & cedar, thence north one hundred poles to two Cedars, thence west to the beginning. Containing fifty acres more or less. To have and to hold the above described land & chartered premises with all the rights, profits, emoluments and hereditaments thereunto belonging or in any way thereunto pertaining to the only proper use & behoof of him the said W. Jackson, his heirs and assignees forever, and the said B. D. Barlow for himself, his heirs, administrators & assignees do hereby covenant and agree to and with the said W. Jackson his heirs and assignees the above described land & chartered premises he will warrant & defend against the right, title, claim or interest of all and every person or persons.

In testimony whereof I B. D. Barlow have set my hand and seal the day & date above written.

Test. Alfred G. Cosby [?]
B. D. Barlow (seal)
Jos. Lindsey

02 May 1840

Tennessee Telegraph
Murfreesborough, Tennessee, Saturday, May 2, 1840

In Chancery.
April Rules 1840.
Philip J. Burrus
Surviving partner } Original
& c. vs. and
Mathew Gibson
Hall J. Winsett } Injunction
And others Bill.

IN this case it appearing from complainants Bill which is sworn to, that Mathew Gibson and Hall J. Winsett are now residents of the State of Tennessee, and that they reside in the State of Missouri. "It is therefore ordered by the Clark and Master that publication be made in the Tennessee Telegraph; a newspaper printed in Murfreesborough four weeks in succession, requiring said defendants to appear on or before the next Chancery Court of Rutherford State aforesaid at the Court House in Murfreesborough on the first Monday in July next, and plead, answer or demur toŠ[missing] for confessed and set down for hearing ex parte as to them.

G.S. CROCKETT,
Clerk and Master

Bill charges in substance, that at the Nov. term 1839, of the Circuit Court of Rutherford county complainant recovered a judgment against defendants Gibson & Winsett for $3717:94 that fi fa was issued on said judgement and placed in the hands of the Sheriff of said county who returned the same, endorsed "No property to be found" that about the time of the rendition of the aforesaid judgment the said Gibson & Winsett removed to the State of Missouri insolvent that said Gibson left in the hands of defendant Paterson Notes promisory [sic] on the other defendant Jarman and Barlow amounting to about $1150, which are still in the possession of Said Patterson‹that there is no other effects belonging to said defendants out of which the foresaid [sic] judgment or any part of it can be made. And prays for Injunction and attachment to restrain the said Jarman and Barlow from paying said notes to defendants Gibson or Patterson, and the said Patterson from transfering [sic] or disposing of said note so as to prevent their application to the aforesaid judgement, and for relief generally in the premises.

G.S.C. C. & M.
April 11th 1840‹4w.‹Pr¹s fee $12,50

In Chancery.
April Rules 1840.
Philip J. Burrus
Surviving partners } Original Bill
&c. vs.
Hall J. Winsett }
Mathew Gibson
And
Andrew McKee

IN this case it appearing from affidavit of complainats [sic] counsel that Hall J. Winsett and Mathew Gibson two of the above named defendants are now inhabitants of the State of Missouri. It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and master shat [sic] publication be made four weeks in succession in the Tennessee Telegraph a newspaper published in Murfreesboro¹, requiring said defendants to appear on or before the next Chancery Court to be holden for Rutherford county at the court house in Murfreesboro¹ Tennessee on the first Monday in July next and plead answer or demur to said bill, otherwise the same will be taken fro [sic] confessed and set down for hearing expartee as the them.

G.S. CROCKETT,
Clerk and Master

Bill states in substance that at the November Term 1839, complainant recovered a judgment against defendants Winsett and Gibson in the Circuit Court of Rutherford county for $3717.94 besides costs of suit, that execution was regularly rissued [sic] and placed in the hands of the Sheriff of said county who returned the same at the succeeding term of said court, endorsed "No property to be found in my county" that about the date of the rendition of said judgment said defendants removed from the State of Tennessee to the State of Missouri, leaving no property or effects of any description, except some promising notes, to secure which, complainant has heretofore filed his bill and sued out an attachment against the makers and holders of said notes. That said Gibson has an equitable interest in a small tract of land in said Rutherford county, on which there is a Saw Mill which was purchased jointly by defendants Gibson and McKee but the deed was taken in favor of said McKee and prays for a
decree to sell the same and that the proceeds of said sale be applied in part to the satisfaction of the aforesaid judgment and also for general relief &c.

G.S.C. C. & M.
April 11th 1840‹4w.‹Pr¹s fee $12,50

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