Mortgages of Scott County

Submitted By:  Dixie Lee Blake (nee Moore)
Hemet, CA.

Mortgage Book - H.A. Moore & Co

(pages 15 and 16)

Therefore this Indenture made and entered into this 24th day of February 1843 between the said Harvey A. Moore and Scott S. Moore of Scott County Kentucky of the first part and Jehosephat Polk
of the same county and state aforesaid of the second part witnesseth that the said Harvey A. Moore and
Scott S. Moore in consideration of the sum of one dollar to them in hand paid and for the further consideration herein before & herein after mentioned do hereby bargain sell and convey to the said Jehosephat Polk three
lots or parcels of land lying in the county aforesaid in and adjoining the village of Marion. One of which
lots being the same on which the rope and bagging factory stands containing twenty seven acres two roads
and three poles and another of said lots containing two roads & eighteen poles both of which were conveyed
to said Harvey and Scott by Samuel Moore & wife by deed having date September 22nd 1838 and the third lot containing one acre one road and twenty eight poles and on which the said Scott resides which was conveyed to said Harvey & Scott by the said Samuel Moore & wife & Crawford Moore & wife by deed
of the same date with which deeds are on record in the Scott County Court Clerks office and are refered to
for a more particular description of said lots together with all the houses & machinery belonging thereto or to said factory also three horses two bays & one sorrel, twenty head of stock hogs. Also all the hemp now on hand & __________. Also one bed & bedding & bedstead belonging to H.A. Moore. Also one dozen cane bottom chairs, five tables, one sideboard, one _________, two leaf sets and one cupboard belonging to Scott S. Moore & also a bill of exchanges on John C. Bull & Co for thirteen hundred & nine dollars and some cents due in February 1839 and now in the hands of J.C. Harrison for collections also all the debts due or to
become due to said H.A. Moore & Co whether by notes or account. Also a Franklin stove belonging to said Scott and the _________ of andirons belonging thereto. To have and to hold the above described property & notes together with all the appertenances thereto belonging to him the said Polk & his heirs forever in
trust first for the payment of said debt to Daviess Offutt Trustee of Glenn & all the debts for which said Polk is bound as security for said H. A. Moore & Co and after these debts are paid then the balance to be apporpriated as far as necessary to the payments of all other debts in which said H.A. Moore & Co
are principals and any other person or persons are bound as security or securities for them and after these debts are paid the balance to be appropriated as far as necessary to the payment of all other debts for which the said H.A. Moore & Co are individually & alone bound and after these are paid then the remainder if any to be appropriated to the payment of all other debts for which the said H.A. Moore & Co are bound in any way &
should anything be left to be returned to said H.A. Moore & Co but it is further understood that said Polk is to reserve in his hands a sufficiency out of the first proceeds to defray all necessary expenses in attending to the function of this trust and a reasonable compensation for his time and trouble in attneding to this business and the said Polk hereby accepts the foregoing trust and that there may be no delay the parties hereto agree that they will at the next term of the Scott Circuit court by consent obtain a decree for the sale of this property in this deed mentioned. In testimony thereof they have hitherto set their hands and seals this 24th day of February
1843.
                  H.A. Moore {seal}
                  S.S. Moore {seal}
                  Jehosaphat Polk {seal}

Scott County                            February 25th 1843

The foregoing deed of trust from H.A. Moore & Scott S. Moore to Jehosaphat Polk was this day produced to me and acknowledged by the said H.A. Moore & Scott S. Moore to be their acts and deed for the purposes therein named. By virtue whereof the same is duly recorded.

                       Ben B. Ford CK
                       By M. Price DC

 Mortgage Book - James Moore

(pages 17 and part of 18)

Where as James Moore is indebted to Robert Barkley on his own account to Offut trustees of Glenn as security for H.A. Moore & Co & is security for H.A. Moore & Co on a note held by Gen Joseph Delha Executors & security for H.A. Moore & Co in two notes payable in and belonging to the Branch Bank of Kentucky at
Lexington and is also security for H.A. Moore & Co for a debt to Johnathan Read for which a judgement has been obtained in the Scott Circuit Court and is indebted on his own account to James
A. Daviess & Robert Risk by notes and is also bound for a debt of H.A. Moore & Co to S. Hawkins and for a debt of Crawford Moore to James Risk and for another debt for the same to the Bank of Kentucky at Frankfort & for various other debts as security for H.A. Moore & Co & Crawford Moore & Westley Moore & is desirous as far as possible to secure the payment of his various debts & liabilities.

Therefore this Indenture made and entered into this 25th day of February 1843 between said James Moore of Scott County Kentucky of the first part and William Moore of Scott County Kentucky of the second part. Witnesseth that the said James Moore in consideration of the sum of one dollar to him in hand paid & for
the _________ considerations herein before & herein after mentioned doth hereby bargain sell alien & convey to the said Willliam Moore a certain tract of parcel of land lying and being in the County aforesaid on Lane's Run containing one hundred acres & the same on which the said James Moore now resides and
the same heretofore conveyed by him to Westley Moore ___________ the use thereof for and during his life also the following negro slaves to wit: Nancy about forty five years old, Jane about 30 years old, Tom a boy about sixteen years old, Lucinda about fourteen years old, George about nine years old, Harvey about
seven years old, John about six years old, Henry about two years old. Also twelve head of horses, one cart & yoke of oxen, six head of cattle, sixteen head of stock hogs, six head of sheep, twenty barrels of corn, one plough, two _____________, four large ____________, three beds bedstands & furniture, two bureaus, one
sugar chest, two tables and one clock about twelve acres of hemp part broke and unbroke.

To have and to hold the above described land & its appertenances and also the above descrived personal property to him the said William Moore & his heirs forever in trust for the payment first of said debt to Offutt trustees as aforesaid & the debt to Reed and the debt to J.A. Daviess and the debt to Robert Risk and
the debts to the Bank of Kentucky at Lexington and also a debt to William Moore and after these are paid and all necessary expenses _______ in the execution of this Trust then for the payment of said debts to T. Hawkins, James Risk, the Frankfort Bank & a debt to Henry Benny and after these are paid then the remainder to be equally apportioned amongst all the debts which the said James is in anyway bound & whatever may remain after all is paid is to be secured to the wife of said James during her natural life & the remainder to be equally divided amongst those of his children for whom he may have paid nothing under & by virtue of this conveyance and the said William Moore hereby accepts the trust aforesaid and in order that there may be no delay the parties hereto agree to obtain a decree at the next term of the Scott Circuit Court for the sale of the aforesaid
property. In testimony whereof the said parties have hitherto set their hands & seals this 25th day of February 1843.
                          James Moore {seal}
                          William Moore {seal}

Scott County            February 25th 1843
The foregoing deed of Trust from James Moore to William Moore was this day produced to me and was acknowledged by the said James Moore to be his act and deed for the purposes therein named by
virtue whereof the same is duly recorded.
                          Ben B. Ford CK
                          By M. Price DC


Mortgage Book - Westley Moore

(part of page 18 thru part of page 20)

Whereas Westley Moore of Scott County Kentucky is indebted to Jehosephat Polk in the sum of six hundred and sixty five dollars 52 cents with interest from October 15th 1842 by note transferred to him by W.C. & F. Webb & is also indebted to J.H. Daviess in the ________ of about Fifty eight dollars by note payable to
H. Holtzdaw & by him transferred to said Daviess & which is now ____________ on in the Scott Circuit Court in the name of said Holtzdaw and whereas the said Polk is bound as security for said Westley Moore in a note for about three hundred and seventy five dollars which note was given for the rent of the farm of the
late Hugh Moore deceased & payable about two years ago & whereas William Moore is bound as security for said Westley Moore for about the sum of four hundred and sixty nine dollars for the rent of the same place during the year 1841 & the said Westley is also indebted to John Shealy and also for the rent of the
farm on which Westley now lives for the the last year & is bound for various other debts to different persons and being desirous to secure the same.

Therefore this Indenture made and entered into this 25th day of February 1843 between the said Westley Moore of the first part & William Moore of the same county & state of the second part. Witnesseth that the said Westley Moore for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar to him in hand paid & for the further
consideration herein before and herein after mentioned doth hereby bargain sell alien and anvey to the said William Moore a certain tract or parcel of land lying in said county & state on Lanes Run conveyed to said Westly by his father James Moore by deed subject to the life estate of said James therein & containing
one hundred acres and the same on which said James Moore now resides also one negro boy slave for life name Stephen aged about seven years, a negro girl slave for life named Mariah aged about seven years, about fifteen acres of hemp in the field spread out four hemp breaks, nine head of horses, one cart &
yoke of oxen, four head of cattle, twenty five head of hogs, five sheep, four ploughs, three sets of _________, two beds bedsteads and furniture, six chairs, one bureau, one clock, two tables, and one cupboard.

To have and to hold the above described land & personal property to him the said William Moore and his heirs forever in trust first for the payment of said debts for which the said William Moore & Jehosephat Polk are bound as securities for the said Westley as foresaid & for the payment of said debt due to said
Polk transferred to him by said Webb & also said debt to J.H. Daviess payable to H. Hotzelow as aforesaid and after these are paid and satisfied then for the payment of said debts to John Shealy & the rent of said farm for the last year & a debt to P.L.Mitchell and after these are paid then for the payment of all debts for which said Westley is bound as principal & any persons whatever is bound as his security and after these are paid then
for the payment of the other debts for which said Westley is bound above and after these are paid then for the payment of all other debts for which the said Westley is in any way bound. The said William as Trustee as aforesaid is to retain out of the proceeds a sufficiency to defray the necessary expenses of the execution of this Trust and the said William Moore hereby accepts the foregoing trust and in order to prevent delay in the
appropriation of the above named property to the payment of the above named debts in the order aforesaid the parties hereby agree to obtain at the next term of the Scott Circuit Court a decree for the sale of the same. In testimony whereof they have hereunto set their hands & seals the date above mentioned.
                         Westley Moore {seal}
                         William Moore {seal}

Scott County                February 25th 1843
The foregoing deed of trust from Westley Moore to William Moore was this day produced to me ans was acknowledged by the said Westley Moore to be his act and deed for the purposes therein names by virtue whereof the same is duly recorded.
                         Ben B. Ford CK
                         By M. Price DC

Mortgage Book - Crawford Moore

(part of page 20 thru part of page 22)

Whereas Crawford Moore of Scott County Kentucky is indebted to Robert Risk in the sum of Fifteen hundred dollars by note dated April 25th 1835 and payable one day abter date and is also indebted to Jehosaphat Polk in the sum of seven hundred & forty nine dollars 37 cents due September 20th 1842 and is also bound
as security for H.A. Moore & Co for a debt to Offutt Trustee of Peter Glenn for five hundred & twenty nine dollars 24 cents due 120 days after the 2nd of June 1833 and indebted by one hundred & fifty dollars paid Feb 11th 1833 & is indebted to Miss Abigail Robinson, James Risk, Harvey Benny, Westley Moore & various other persons and being anxious to secure the payments of his debts:

Therefore this Indenture made and entered into this 25th day of February 1843 between the said Crawford Moore of Scott County Kentucky of the first part & Robert Risk of the county of Woodford and state aforesaid of the second part. Witnesseth that the said Crawford Moore in consideration of the sum of
one dollar to him in dand paid & for the further consideration herein before & herein after mentioned doth hereby bargain sell alien & convey to the said Robert Risk a certain tract or parcel of land lying in the County of Scott & state aforesaid on the waters of Lanes Run containing one hundred & sixty two acres as the same more or less being the same on which said Crawford now resides & the same conveyed to said Crawford & to
Harvey Moore & Scott Moore jointly by Alfred D. Offutt & two thirds of which were afterwards conveyed to said Crawford by the said Harvey & Scott both of which deeds are on record in the Scott County Court Clerks office and are here refered to for a more particular description of said land. Also a negro woman slave for life named Sally Ann aged about eighteen years also twenty seven hundred pounds of broke hemp. Also about thirty two acres of hemp in the field not yet broke part in the shock & part spread on the ground. Also a stallion named Dick Menifee, one sorrel mare, one bay filly, one sorrel horse, a two year old bay colt & a yearling bay colt. One cart & yoke of oxen. One _______ & ________ nine head of cattle about thirty head of stock hogs, six head of sheep, Forty barrels of corn, Twenty bushels of wheat, Twenty bushels of ________ seed, one stack of oats, two stacks of hay, one stack of rye, four ploughs, one _____ seven ___________ breaks & two hemp cradles. One wheat cradle, one cutting box, One axe, two _________, one clock three _______ beds bedsteads & furniture & one trundle bed & furniture & stead. One bureau, one table, ten charis, One thousand pounds of lacon also the services of two negro men hired for the present year one named Edmund & the other named Harry. To have and to hold the above described track of land with all the appertenances thereto belonging & also the above described property of every kind to him the said Robert Risk & his heirs forever in trust first for the payment of said debts to said Robert Risk, Jehosaphat Polk, & Offutt Trustee of Peter Glenn & after these are paid then for the payment of said debts to Miss Robinson, James Risk, Westley Moore & Henry Benny and after these are paid then for the payment of all debts for which the said Crawford is bound as principal and any other person bound as his security and after these are paid then for the payment of all debts for which said Crawford is alone bound & after these are paid then for the payment of all other debts of every kind for which the said Crawford is bound. But the said Robert Risk is to retain out of the proceeds first received by him all necessary expenses incured in the execution of this trust & also a reasonable compensation
for his expenses herein. And the said Robert Risk hereby accepts the trust hereby confirmed and the said Crawford Moore & Robert Risk in order to prevent delay hereby agree that a decree shall be obtained by consent at the next term of the Scott Circuit Court for the sale of the property hereby conveyed. In testimony whereof they have hereto set their hands & seals this 25th day of February 1843.
                        Crawford Moore {seal}
                        Robert Risk {seal}