Carroll County Deeds

 

                                                Coleman to Coleman

                                             Deed Book 14, page 259 , 260

Contributed By: Geneva Petit

                                                                              

Deed made and entered into this 22nd day of August, 1879  between first party,  Joseph Coleman of Trimble County and W. C. Coleman of Carroll County of the second part.

 For the sum of one dollar receipt acknowledged and the further consideration of the love and affection he bears to the party of the second  part, he gives granted and bargained and sold by these present does grant bargain , sell and convey unto the said W. C. Coleman  a tract or parcel of land lying in Carroll County, it being a part of the same on which the said W. C. Coleman now resides and a portion of the same which was allotted to Joseph Coleman in the division of Stephen Coleman and the heirs of John F. Coleman decd. and the said Joseph Coleman.

 Bounded as described as follows, corners to heirs of T.D. Evans to B.T. Robertson to a stake in a pond in line of John S. Jenkins,  100 and 1/2 acre.   Reserving to the said Joseph Coleman and of said division 100 acres.

 

 

Smith to Foree

                                                        Deed Book  22 Page 272

 

Deed of conveyance to Jesse Smith from P. J. Foree, Administrator for Dr. J. V. Conn of Shelby County, KY.

 2 April, 1894,  64 acres bordering the land of Joseph Coleman  deceased  on the Waters of Mill Creek, corners to  Evans  land, four acres of land claimed by Zack Gregory.

Land to be paid for in 3 payments of Two hundred dollars each. 

 Note:

The land owned by Jesse Smith was part of the one hundred and one acres deeded to W. C. Coleman by Joseph Coleman.  The 1883-4 Atlas shows it as Coleman Springs, the old Spring was still being used by the grand daughter of Jesse Smith as late as the 1970ís.

   

 

Moore to Adcock

 

                                                                                 DEED BOOK 6, PAGES 18 AND 19

                                                                                 CARROLL COUNTY, KENTUCKY

                                                                                 ROBERT MOORE TO ADCOCK

 

 

 

THIS INDENTURE MADE THIS 25TH OF OCTOBER, 1856 BETWEEN ROBERT MOORE AND JEMIMIA MOORE  HIS WIFE OF THE FIRST PART AND ANDERSON ADCOCK OF THE SECOND PART, ALL OF CARROLL COUNTY, KENTUCKY.   WITNESSETH, THAT SAID MOORE AND WIFE FOR AND IN CONSIDERATION OF THE SUM OF TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS IN HAND PAID THE RECEIPT OF WHICH IS HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGED, HAVE BARGAINED, SOLD, CONVEYED AND DELIVERED SAID ADCOCK THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED TRACT OR PARCEL OF LAND IN CARROLL COUNTY ON THE WATERS OF MILL CREEK AND DESCRIBED THUSLY.

 

BEGINNING AT TWO CHINQUIPIN TREES IN A LINE OF LAND CONVEYED BY WM EGNOR TO STEPHEN COLEMAN, THENCE S 60 DEGREES, 680 POLES TO TWO SUGAR TREES AND ASH, CORNER TO THE LAND CONVEYED BY SAID EGNOR TO SAID COLEMAN STANDING ON A BRANCH THENCE UP SAID BRANCH WITH ANOTHER TREE IN SAID DEED TO THE MOUTH OF THE FIRST SPRING BRANCH ON THE WEST SIDE, THENCE UP SAID SPRING BRANCH TO ANOTHER LINE OF LAND CONVEYED AS AFORESAID FROM SAID EGNOR TO COLEMAN AND WITH SAID LAST MENTIONED LINE TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING, CONTAINING THIRTY ACRES MORE OR LESS WITH THE APPURTENANCES TO HAVE AND HOLD AND SAID TRACT OF LAND AND APPURTENANCES UNTO SAID ADCOCK, HIS HEIRS AND FOREVER.  AND SAID MOORE COVENANTS WITH SAID ADCOCK TO WARRANT THE PROPERTY HERBY CONVEYED.

IN TESTIMONY WHERE OF SAID MOORE AND WIFE HAVE HERETO SET THEIR HANDS, DATE ABOVE WRITTEN.

ATTESTED BY JOHN HAGAN

 

                                                                                                                                               SIGNED BY MARKS

                                                                                                                                                ROBERT MOORE 

                                                                                                                                                  JEMIMA MOORE

 

STATE OF KENTUCKY, SCT.

 

I HENRY CRITTENDEN, CLERK OF CARROLL COUNTY FOR CARROLL COUNTY , CERTIFY THAT THIS DEED TO ANDERSON ADCOCK WAS TODAY PRESENTED AND ACKNOWLEDGED BEFORE ME AND IN MY OFFICE BY ROBERT MOORE AND JEMIMA MOORE HIS WIFE PARTIES HERETO AND WAS LODGED TO BE IS WITH THIS CERTIFICATE DULY RECORDED IN MY OFFICE THIS 25 OCTOBER, 1856.

 

                                                                                                                      H CRITTENTON, CLERK

                                                                                                                    JOHN HAGAN, DPT. CLERK

 

 


Deed between William Strickland and Marion Montgomery widow of John Montgomery

Submitted by: Jerri Thompson

 

William Strickland Land Deed

 

Carroll county Kentucky

Book 14

page 344-345

 

This Indenture made and entered into this 22nd day of January 1880 between Marion Montgomery the party of the first part and William Strickland of the second. Just all Carroll county Kentucky, wireper that the party of the first part for and in consideration of three o ecen date herewith extended by this said William Strickland be said Marion Montgomery on foe three hundred and fifty dollars which entered from March 1 1880 at the rate of eight per cent per annum's payable asperity on the 1st of March 1881 and 1st of March 1882 to serve the payment of said notes as being in herby enchained on the land hereafter conveyed, do hereby sell grand and moved to said William Strickland her heirs and assigns all his original titles and interest in following describe property, a certain tract of land in and Medermly Kentucky being the land allotted and sill between Servis Mongtomery foas MM Smith and Senard  Search are learn if application the Warrall  heir  in the land of the late John Montgomery deceased, said land is bounded as follows; beginning  shich on the flat in s and division of said decents land comver to sot w126 poles to d corner to lat no 2 in 2 homes whicline line thence whivlsnf hid linrd 5561/4  abd w19 9/10 to poles to a breckend and surgar treethence s54w47 4/10 poles to a stone at 3 tence s29 3/4c883/10 poles to an oak and two brick fences s24e31 1/10 poles to bern said plat and corner to sob 1 lines n 63 3/4 E86 poles to the beginning and 58 1/4 acres to have and to hold In service to William Strickland with amound of herebard Warenty in Tericky  where the party of the first part has signed his name.

 

Marnie Montgomery.

 

*Notes: This  widow of John Montgomery  later married William H Waters nephew of William Strickland