Samuel Braswell from Elisha Fykes Sept 10, 1833 This indenture made this tenth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty three between Elisha Fykes of the County of Hopkins and state of Kentucky of the one part and Samuel Braswell of the County of Robertson and state of Tennessee of the other part witnesseth that the said Elisha Fykes for due in consideration of the sum of sixty dollars to him in hand paid by the said Samuel Braswell the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledges hath given granted bargained Sold conveyed and confirmed by the said Fykes by these presents unto the said Braswell his heirs and ---- for--- a certain tract or parcel of land ---lying and being in the county and state last aforesaid on little Buzzard ---- bounded as follows to wit, Beginning at a white oak on the South boundary line Known by the name of James Webb thence East With Said line forty poles to a black Jack thence South one hundred and sixty poles to a Spanish oak then West eighty poles to a Stake then East forty poles to a Stake then north eighty poles to the Beginning Containing Sixty acres being a tract of land deeded to said Fykes by Graves Gunn by deed bearing date 28 of Feby 1829. To have and to hold Said land and premises with the ------and -------thereunto belonging or in any wise of pertaining to the said Samuel Braswell his heirs and asignees forever and the said Fykes for himself his heirs Extr and Administrators doth agree to forever Warrant and defend the right of said land from all persons Whatsoever In Testimony Whereof the said Elisha Fykes hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first aforesaid Written. This deed is given in ------of our hereto for given Which is lost or destroyed it bring forth ---consideration Signed and acknowledged............................
Elisha Fykes Seal in presence of Rich R P Powell seal State of Tennessee Robertson County Personally appeared before me William Leal Clk of the court of please and Quarter Sessions for the County aforesaid Elisha Fykes the above bargained with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that he witnessed the same for the promises therin contained witness my hand at ---- this 10th day of September 1833 ..........................................W Leal
Samuel Braswell from Richard Qualls Oct 28 1829
This indenture made this twenty third day of November in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty seven Between Richard Qualls of the county of Henry and State of Tennessee on the one part and Samuel Brasil of the County of Robertson and State aforesaid on the other part witnesseth that the said Richard Qualls for and in consideration of the sum of Two hundred dollars to him in hand paid by the said Samuel Brasel the-------whereof is hereby acknowledge and------hath bargained and sold and by these presents doth bargain and sell and confirm with the said Samuel Brasel all that tract and parcel of land lying and being in the County of Robertson and State aforesaid Containing Sixty acres in the fork of Buzzard Creek and----and bounding as follows to wit Beginning at a red oak in the North boundary line of a one hundred Acre tract in the name of Joseph Perry near the northwest corner running East one hundred twenty/seventy seven poles to a hickory thence north Seventy poles to a hickory thence West one hundred and Thirty seven poles to a red oak thence South Seventy poles to the Beginning to have and to hold the said bargained land and Premises with all the rights------and------thereof and to warrant and defend the same against the claim of all and every person or persons-----unto the said Samuel Brasel to his own proper use and behalf forever in witness whereof have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day and year first above written. Signed Sealed and delivered in the presence of
Isaac Mason.......................................Richard Qualls seal
State of Tennessee
Robertson County Court November Term 1828
This indenture from Rich Qualls to Samuel Brasull was acknowledged in open Court by said Qualls to be his act and deed and ordered to be registered.
Test W Leal Clk
NOTE: Samuel Braswell is my 3rd great grandfather. He married Sarah J. Hart, daughter of Barnaby Hart , whose wife's name is currently unknown.