Itawamba County Mississippi Deed Book 2


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Holland Lindsey of Itawamba County sold to Bazzel Lee Lindsey of Itawamba County the northwest quarter of Section 30 in Township 8, Range 10 on 26 May 1838 for $1,920: DB2/OO1

Dorn Patton of Itawamba County sold to William J. Meador of Itawamba County the southeast quarter of Section 31 in Township 10, Range 10 on 25 May 1838 for $252.25: DB2/002

Malachi Green of Itawamba County sold to Jacob Green the southeast quarter of Section 5 in Township 10, Range 10 on 1 July 1838 for $322.80: DB2/003

William H. Toomer of Itawamba County sold to Joshua Toomer of Itawamba County the southwest quarter of Section 22 and the northwest quarter of Section 27 in Township 9, Range 8 on 21 August 1838 for $1,000: DB2/005

John L. Collins of Marion County, Alabama owed the firm of Toomer and Copeland of Itawamba County. Security for payment was: Lot 7 in Block 8 in the Town of Fulton: DB2/007

Shah Ha Kee of the Chickasaw Nation sold to John Bell Sections 18, 19 and 20 in Township 11, Range 6 on 8 November 1837 for $300: DB2/012

John Bell of Pontotoc Town sold to John M. Shannon of Pontotoc County Section 20 in Township 11, Range 6 on 16 May 1838 for $2,700: DB2/O13

John Bell of the Town of Pontotoc sold to Samuel Shannon of Pontotoc County Section 8 in Township 11, Range 6 on 16 May 1838 for $2,600: DB2/015

Jesse V. Tyra of Itawamba County sold to Edward Maxcy of Itawamba County the southeast quarter of Section 33 in Township 8, Range 10 on 8 September 1838 for $200: DB2/O16 This indenture made ... this 3rd day of September ... 1838 between Charles Warren, sheriff of the county of Itawamba ... and Holland Lindsey and John N. Cox of the county aforesaid ... at the June Term of the said county circuit court in the year of our Lord 1838, D.A. Patrick & Co. (obtained a) judgement against David Files and William H. Files for the sum of one hundred and twenty three dollars debt together ... and a writ was issued to the sheriff comanding him (to sell) the goods, chattels and land of the said defendants ... the same has been levied on the north half of a certain lot of land ... in the Town of Fulton ... designated in the plan of the Town as Lot No. 5 in Block No. 12 .. therefore I, Charles Warren, sheriff ... have exposed to sale said lot of land and have sold the same to Holland Lindsey and John M. Cox, they being the highest and best bidders ...the said Holland and Lindsey have paid the sum of twenty two dollars...: DB2/017

William W. Garrard of Itawamba County sold to Lewis Smith of Lauderdale County, Alabama Section 31 in Township 9, Range 7 on 16 November 1883 for $1,200: DB2/019

Duncan Clarke of Itawamba County sold to Abraham Keykendall of Marion County, Alabama the south half of Section 20 in Township 9, Range 8 on 24 November 1837 for $750: DB2/021

Abner Prewitt and Nancy, his wife, of Monroe County sold to Edward Orne Sections 1, 10 and 21 of Township 11, Range 6 on 1 June 1837 for $3,300: DB2/022

Ah Nook She Tubby of the Chickasaw Nation sold to Daggett Walton Section 24 in Township 8, Range 7 on 28 June 1836 for $1,000: DB2/024

This indenture of three parts made ... this 22nd day of November 1838 between William Blakeley and William Downs, merchants trading under the firm of Blakeley and Downs of the county of Itawamba of the first part and M.C. Cummings of the second part and David Hodges, John W. Hodges and Thos. Murrill of the firm and stile of D. Hodges & Co. of the county of Franklin, Alabama ... for ... the sum of Five dollars in hand paid by M.C. Cummings to said Blakeley and Downs ... the said Blakeley and Downs have sold unto M.C. Cummings (as security, the following): one Negro girl named Anaky, eleven years, five head of horses, waggons and gear, one spring machine, twenty head of hogs, 1 bureau, 1 cupboard, five feather beds, furniture of the household and kitchen furniture, farming utensils, the above described property of William Downs and rifle gun, cotton gin, two head of horses, forty head of hogs, one set of blacksmith tools, forty barrels of corn, one bureau, four feather bedsteads and furniture of all my household and kitchen furniture that I now have or may have, one ox waggon, two pair of oxen, all of my farming utensils, thirty head of sheep, one man's saddle, one rifle and one shotgun, one pair of mill stones, 1 pair balances, forty barrels of corn of William Downs, the west half of Section 16 in Township 9, Range 11, merchantile books including all the amounts and notes ... amounting to twenty five hundred dollars or more, William Downs' interest in the southeast quarter of Section 12 in Township 8, Range 10 East, one spinning machine of William Blakeley's, thirty head of cattle ... to have and to hold unto the proper use of M.C. Cummings (as security) in trust .. the said Blakeley and Downs is indebted to said D. Hodges & Co. in the amount of $4,430 ... DB2/026

Lewis H. Gideon of Itawamba County sold to Nathaniel Farrar of Itawamba County the southwest quarter of Section 8 in Township 11, Range 9 on 4 December 1838 for $600: DB2/030 Edward F. Watkins of Lowndes County sold to Robert D. Haden in trust the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 9 in Township 9, Range 2 on 1 August 1838 for $10: DB2/031 This indenture made ... this sixteenth day of November ... 1838 between Isaac W. Edwards of the first part, James Wood of the second part and Edwin G. Thomas of the third part, all of Itawamba County ... the said party of the first part is indebted to the said party of the second part in the sum of $1,300 ... by note (dated) the first day of November 1837 ... (security sold to Edwin G. Thomas): one chesnut sorrel horse about seven years old, forty head of stock cattle, thirty seven head of stock hogs with their increase, six hundred bushel of corn, five thousand bundles of fodder and three feather beds and bed furniture ... the said party of the third part shall permit the said party of the first part to remain in possession of the property hereby conveyed until he shall be required ... to make sale of the same at public auction (for payment of Edward's debt)... DB2/033

Edward Winston and J.N. Wilie of Pontotoc County sold to Phillip I. Weaver of Dallas County, Alabama Section 6 in Township 9, Range 6 on 18 June 1836 for $700: DB2/035

This indenture made ... this third day of November ... 1838 between Joseph Barnett of the county of Itawamba of the first part and Joroyal Barnett of the same place of the second part and George W. Johnson of the same place of the third part ... the party of the first part is justly indebted to the party of the second part in the sum of $100 by note ... for and in consideration of the promise to pay and the sum of $5 paid to the party of the first part, the party of the first part has granted unto George Johnson (in trust) the following property towit: one bay mare about nine years old, three cows and calves, one feather bed and bed clothing, and fifty bushels of corn .... the party of the third part shall permit the party of the first part to remain in possession of the property until the note is due.. .DB2/037

I, John Collins of the County of Itawamba being justly indebted to John Thomason of the same place in the sum of $1,000 ... for the purpose of securing the debt, have granted and mortgaged unto John Thomason the following property: three cows and calves, 12 beds and bedsteads, 8 blankets, 24 quilts, 48 sheets, 24 pillows and pillow cases, 6 mattresses, 12 boulsters, 3 large tables and 4 small tables, 30 chairs, 10 dishes, 48 plates, 4 sets of cups and saucers, 4 sets of spoons, 4 sets of tea spoons, 2 sets of shovels and tongs, 3 pair andirons, 6 pots, 6 ovens, one frying pan, 3 spiders, 1 pair waffle irons, 3 coffee pots and 1 clock..: DB2/039

This indenture made this 12th day of November ... 1838 between William Blakeley of the first part and James McCullock of the second part and Wm. M. McCullock of the third part, Wm. Blakeley and James McCullock being citizens of Itawamba County and William M. McCullock being a citizen of Franklin County, Alabama ... for $1 paid by James McCullock unto William Blakeley, I, William Blakeley hvae sold unto James McCullock a lot of hogs consisting of 60 head, 40 head of which are pork hogs ... in trust for the following purposes: (a promise to pay notes) ... that on the 18th day of May 1838 the said William Blakeley being indebted to William M. Mccullock in the sum of $702 and $110 ... : DB2/040

This indenture made ... on the 30th day of November 1838 between Charles McClain of the County of Walker, state of Alabama of the first part, and Wiley W. Gaither and Jeptha Robbins of the second part and Malachi C. Cummings of the third part all of the county of Itawamba ... the party of the first part is justly indebted t the said parties of the second part in the sum of $215 ... now for the sum of $5 (paid by Cummings), to Charles McClain, McClain has sold unto Cummings (in trust) the following: a certain Negro boy by the name of Ned between 9 and 10 years (for a promise to pay the note)... DB2/042

Henry Cook of Pontotoc County sold to Joseph McDougle of Itawamba County the northeast quarter of Section 15 in Township 7, Range 9 on 6 November 1838 for $350: DB2/044

William H. Files of Itawamba County sold to James Files of Itawamba County the northwest quarter of Section 22 in Township 9, Range 8 on 12 December 1838 for $960: DB2/045

William W. Garrard of Pontotoc County sold to Henry Butler the west half of Section 34 in Township 10, Range 6 on 17 November 1838 for $900: DB2/041

This indenture made ... the 28th day of November 1838 between James Ables of the first, Finas H. Walker of the second and Jeptha Robbins of the third part all Itawamba County ... the party the first part is justly indebted to the party of the second part in the sum of $625 ... James Ables has sold (in trust) to Jeptha Robbins the following as security in payment of debt: (the extensive list apparently includes a store's inventory of clothing, household items, brandy, and whiskey, which shows that Ables was probably a store owner) ... DB2/048

Malcolm Graham of Itawamba County sold to Samuel B. Wright of Lowndes County the southwest quarter of Section 4 in Township 11, Range 9 on 12 February 1839 for $300: DB2/051

Pistuly Tubby of the Chickasaw Nation sold to Henry Anderson and Edward Orne Section 31 of Township 9, Range 6 on 17 September 1837 for $800: DB2/053

Mortgage Deed of George H. Wax and William Higgs of Itawamba County to Finas C. Walker of Itawamba County dated 19 February 1839 for $110: DB2/055

Dorn Patton of Itawamba County sold to James Osborn the southwest quarter of Section 20 in Township 9, Range 10 on 26 January 1839 for $2,000: DB2/057

Mortgage Deed of Lemuel Beene and wife Sally to the Mississippi Union Bank purchasing stock and mortgaging the southwest quarter of Section 33 and the southeast quarter of Section 32 in Township 9, Range 9 on 18 August 1838 for $3,900: DB2/059

Mortgage Deed of John Beene of Itawamba County to the Mississippi Union Bank purchasing stock and mortgaging the northeast quarter of Section 29 in Township 9, Range 9 on 29 August 1838: DB2/064

Mortgage Deed of Reuben Warren and wife Martha of Itawamba County to the Union Bank of Mississippi and mortgaging the northeast quarter of Section 28 in Township 9, Range 9 on 28 August 1838: DB2/O 70

William R. Cunningham of Clarke County, Georgia sold to Swepson Taylor of Harris County, Georgia the southwest quarter of Section 36 in Township 10, Range 3; the southeast quarter of Section 2 in Township 7, Range 6; the southeast quarter of Section 13 in Township 10, Range 6; the southeast quarter of section 23 in Township 10, Range 6; Sections 24 and 25 in Township 10, Range 6; the northeast quarter of Section 15 in Township 5, Range 7; the northeast quarter of Section 22 in Township 5, Range 7 and the northwest quarter in Section 19, Township 10, Range 7 on 10 January 1839 for $10,000: DB2/076 Wesley B. Kemball of Pontotoc County sold to Henry Cook of Pontotoc County Section 6 in Township 11, Range 5 on 24 February 1838 for $800: DB2/078

John C. Whitsell and Thomas N. Niles of Pontotoc County sold to Henry Cook of Pontotoc County Section 11 in Township 7, Range 6 on 7 March 1839 for $1,000: DB2/0 79

John C. Whitsell and Thomas N. Niles of Pontotoc County sold to Henry Cook of Pontotoc County Section 15 in Township 9, Range 8 on 18 December 1838 for $1,000: DB2/081

Ahbittanoyea of the Chickasaw Nation sold to Henry Cook of Pontotoc County Section 4 in Township 11, Range 6 on 7 August 1837 for $1,000: DB2/082

Sheh Nah Ha of the Chickasaw Nation sold to Wesley B. Kimball Section 16 in Township 11, Range 9 on 5 September 1837 for $800: DB2/084

This indenture made ... this 28th day of March 1839 between Everett Sheffield of the first part, Eckford and Clifton of the second part and Francis M. Eckford of the third part (all of Itawamba County) ... Everett Sheffield is justly indebted to Eckford and Clifton in the sum of $175.50 ... for and in consideration of the promises and for the further sum of $5 paid to Sheffield by Francis M. Eckford, Sheffield has sold (in trust) to Francis M. Eckford the following: one sorrel mare 7 years old, one gray mare 8 years old one black pony 8 years old, 1 yoke of oxen 8 years old, one cart, 4 cows and calves, 5 feather beds and furniture, 3 bed steads, 1 cross cut saw and one grind stone ... DB2/086 This indenture made ... 10th day of July 1838 between Lancaster C. McVay of the first part, Isaac N. Owen of the second part and Joshua Smith and John McVay of the third part ... Lancaster Mcvay is justly indebted to the parties of the third part towit: $1,500 to Joshua Smith and $1,156 to John McVay on a note given to Samuel Henderson, administrator of Benjamin Gwennett, deceased, due the first of March 1837 ... Lancaster McVay is desirious of securing all of said debts and to secure the said John Mcvay against any liability as his surety ... has sold to Isaac N. Owen (in trust) 5 beds and bed steads and furniture, 4 bee stands, 6 Windsor chairs, 6 common chairs, one bureau, 1 candle stand, 1 folding leaf table, 1 small walnut table, 1 sugar chest, 1 wooden clock, 1 wagon and 8 pair of gear, 8 head of horses ... 40 head of hogs, 4 cows and calves, 5 heifers, 1 harness, 2 chests, 2 pair castors, 2 looking glasses, 2 pair andirons, 2 smoothing irons, 1 pot rack, 2 tea kettles, 2 ovens, 4 pots, 3 skillets, 1 set knives and forks, 1 doz. plates, set of candle sticks, 1 spinning wheel, 1 axe, 1 Negro girl, Ann, 12 years old, 1 mulatto woman slave named Maria and her three children Cintha, six years old, Mara, 3 years old, and Liva, an infant, also, 1 lot in the town of Moulton (Alabama) lying north of the lot on which the Male Academy is situated.. .DB2/088

Ahbittanoya of the Chickasaw Nation sold to John G. English of Itawamba County Section 9 in Township 11, Range 6 on 26 October 1837 for $800: DB2/090

This indenture made .. the 3rd day of November ... 1838 between Alexander McCown of the county of Tuskaloosa, State of Alabama of the first part and James McCown of the second part ... whereas by articles of co-partnership entered into on the 3rd day of September 1838 Alexander McCown, Charles M. McCown, Benjamin S. Wilson, Guilford R. Wilson, Abel H. White, Robert Oliver, Chapman A. Hester, Baker Hobson, Pheridius P. Brown, Daniel P. Ware, Ambran K. Ramsey, John McCain and Benjamin Wilson did agree among themselves to form a co-partnership for the purpose of buying and selling all kinds of merchandise, wares ... and real estate ... under the following names: Conrow Ramsey & Co. in the city of Tuskaloosa, McCown, Hobson Williams & Co. of Mobile Hester, Wilson, White & Co. of New York ... the party of the first part hath granted ... unto the said James McCown ... that parcel of land lying ... in the county of Itawamba to wit: Section 32 in Township 8, Range 6 ... in trust ... shall be held by the said James McCown in trust for the payments of all and singular the debts contracted by the said co-partnership: DB2/092

William Downs of Itawamba County sold to Benjamin Frost the southwest quarter of Section 8 in Township 7, Range 11 on 26 September 1838 for $700: DB2/097

This indenture of two parts made this 18th day of November, 1835 between Mary A. McMien and her infant daughter, Sarah Margaret of the district of Abbeville, State of South Carolina of the first part and John C. Livingston of the same district and state of the second part. Whereas the said Mary A. is possessed of her own right, a Negro man slave named John and is desirious of making provisions for her said infant daughter ... witnesseth that in consideration of the natural love and affection of the said Mary A. for her said daughter and of one dollar by the said John C. to the said Mary A. in hand paid ... Mary A. hath bargained and sold unto John C. the said Negro man slave John ... to the sole separate use of the said Mary A. and Sarah Margaret for and during the natural life of the said Mary A. and at the deceased of the said Mary A., if the said Sarah Margaret shall survive her, then the said Negro to best absolutely in the said Sarah Margaret ... said John C. shall yearly receive and apply the hires and profits of the said Negro to the maintenance of the said Mary A. and Sarah Margaret... DB2/O98

Thomas N. Niles of Pontotoc County sold to Samuel Stibbins of Mobile, Alabama Section 1 in Township 11, Range 7 on 26 May 1836 for $1,000: DB2/1OO

Thomas N. Niles of Pontotoc County sold to Samuel Stibbins of Mobile, Alabama Section 24 in Township 7, Range 7 on 13 May 1836 for $1,000: DB2/102

Thomas N. Niles of Pontotoc County sold to Samuel Stibbins of Mobile, Alabama Section 12 in Township 11, Range 7 on 26 May 1836 for $3,000: DB2/104

This indenture made the 10th day of June 1839 between John Gideon of the first part, Wiley Burdine of the second part and H.W. Stegall of the third part ... the said John Gideon is justly indebted to the party of the third part in the sum of $250 ... for and in consideration of the promise and sum of $5 ... the party of the first part has granted unto Wiley Burdine (in trust) the following described property: 4 head of horses, 7 head of cattle, 12 head of sheep, 17 head of hogs ... DB2/106

William Bullen of Itawamba County sold to Robert Bullen and Joseph Bullen of Itawamba County, Section 7 in Township 9, Range on 15 May 1837 for $1,500: DB2/107

Duncan Clarke of Itawamba sold to Katherine Riddle of Itawamba County the northwest quarter of Section 2 in Township 8, Range 7 on 13 June 1839 for $400: DB2/11O

This indenture made this 1st . day of June 1839 between Pleasant B. Downing of the first part Edwin G. Thomas of the second and William Duke Sr. of the 1st part all of the county of Itawamba ... the said party of the first part is justly indebted to the party of the third part ... the sum of $118 ... now for consideration of the promises and sum of $5 ... the party of the first part has sold to the Party of the second part (in trust) the following: the southwest quarter of Section 19 in Township 9, 11, and 50 head of hogs more less, 3 cows and calves and mare and colt... DB2/111

William H. Toomer and wife Maril___ of Itawamba County to Benjamin Toomer of Lowndes County the southwest quarter Section 14 in Township 9, Range and the north half of Section in the same township and range 13 October 1838 for $1,000: DB2/113

Mortgage Deed of John Bowles and wife Carolina to the Union Bank for amount due of $1,600 on 28 August 1838: DB2/115

Mortgage Deed of John Blaylock of Itawamba County to the Union Bank in the amount of $1,400 for the northwest quarter of Section 1 in Township 9, Range 8 on 1 September 1838: DB2/120

Mortgage Deed of Josiah Lindsey of Itawamba County to the Union Bank in the amount of $1,900 for the northwest quarter of Section 30 in Township 10, Range 10 on 5 August 1838: DB2/126

Mortgage Deed of George Nelson to James Nelson for debt of $140 owed by George to James, George has mortgaged the following property: the northwest quarter of Section 25 in Township 11, Range 9, one mare and colt, one cow and calf, two sows and pigs: Dated 24 June 1839: DB2/132

Mortgage Deed of William Russell of Itawamba County to the Union Bank, Russell has mortgaged the following property: the northwest quarter of Section 5 in Township 7, Range 6: Dated 1 September 1838: DB2/133

Allen Sneed of Itawamba County sold to William Pickett the north half of the northwest quarter of Section 9 in Township 7, Range 8 on 14 December 1838 for $200: DB2/139

Henry W. Stegall of Itawamba County sold to John Bennet the northeast quarter of Section 10 and the west half of Section 11 in Township 10, Range 8 on 13 April 1838 for $2,000: DB2/140

Isaac H. Owen and wife Martha A. of Lawrence County, Alabama sold to William R. Pollard of Lawrence County, Alabama the north half of Section 17 in Township 7, Range 7 on 20 March 1837 for $1,000: DB2/141

This indenture made this April 1, 1839 between Charles Warren, sheriff of Itawamba County and George W. Coopwood of Monroe County ... whereas at the June term of Circuit Court the case of George W. Coopwood against Coahoma duly levied on the east half of Section 15 of Township 10, Range 7 ... the judgement was rendered unfair of said plaintiffs for the sum of $163.33 damage ... have sold to George w. Coopwood the above described land ... DB2/143

Un Ti Mi Ah Tubby of the Chickasaw Nation sold to John D. Bradford Section 30 in Township 10, Range 6 on 10 May 1836 for $800: DB2/145

Elizabeth Pierce of Itawamba County sold to Pleasant B. Downing the southwest quarter of Section 19 in Township 9, Range 11 on 20 March 1839 for $1,000: DB2/146

A.B.C. Reagan of Itawamba County sold to James O. Priddy the south half of the southwest quarter of Section 3 in Township 11, Range 9 on 31 December 1838 for $116.25: DB2/1 48

Joseph H. Beene of Itawamba County sold to James O. Priddy of Itawamba County the northwest quarter of Section 10 in Township 11, Range 9 on 31 December 1838 for $95: DB2/150

Jesse Bradley and Lucinda, his wife, of Itawamba County sold to James Shorter the southeast corner of Section 18 and the northeast quarter of Section 18 in Township 10, Range 9 on 20 May 1839 for $81.50: DB2/152

William Medley of Itawamba County sold to Hiram Queen of Itawamba County the northwest quarter of Section 13 in Township 9, Range 8 on 18 December 1838 for $625: DB2/154

Eliba Allen, president of the Board of Police of Itawamba County sold to Alfred Maxcy lots 1,2,3 & 4 in Block 1 and Fractional Lot 8 East on 4 June 1839 for $37.37: DB2/156

Bazzle L. Lindsey of Itawamba County sold to Meredith Moses of Tuskaloosa County, Alabama the northwest quarter of Section 30 in Township 8, Range 10 on 12 January 1839 for $1,500: DB2/157

Joseph G. Conwill of Itawamba County sold to Owen Williams of Itawamba County the north half of Section 26 in Township 10, Range 7 on 27 March 1839 for $600: DB2/160

Eliba Allen, president of the board of Police of Itawamba County sold to John Walker, lots 1 & 2 in Block 25 and Lot 4 of Block 11 on 1 April 1839 for $105.50: DB2/163

Charles W. Martin of Pontotoc County sold to John G. English and Jesse Garth of Pontotoc County Section 8 in Township 11, Range 6 on 4 March 1839 for $2,700.60: DB2/164

The State of Alabama, Franklin County: This indenture made the 16th day of July 1839 between Jerry W. Thomas, William Devan and Barnard Devan of the first part, Jesse W. Garth of the second part and Stephen O. Nelson Cashew of the third part ... that Jerry W. Thomas & Co., John S. White and James Prewit are owing the branch of the Bank of the State of Alabama at Decatur $5,550 ... for and in consideration of the promises ... and $5 ... the parties of the first part has granted (in trust) unto the parties of the second part the following property towit: also 4 Negroes, Joe 40 years, a girl Milly 18 years in possession of Jerry W. Thomas and living in Itawamba County, Mississippi, also a Negro boy Smith 15 years old, Elvira 7 years old in possession of W. Devan ... also the store house in Moulton in which Hodges Store is located ... also the following Negroes, Nelly 60 years old, Vincent 50, Harry 35, Sally 30 years of age, Lewis 12, Dennis 5 and Scott 2 years of age...: DB2/168

Zachariah Allen of Itawamba County sold to Jonathan Stephens of Itawamba County the southeast quarter of Section 25 in Township 10, Range 9 on 13 May 1839 for $525: DB2/171

Jonathan Stephens of Itawamba County sold to Zachariah Allen of Itawamba County the northeast quarter of Section 21 in Township 10, Range 10 on 13 May 1893 for $600: DB2/173

Joshua S. Barnard and Zelenetta his wife of Itawamba County sold to William H. Toomer of Itawamba County the southwest quarter of Section 25 in Township 9, Range 8 on 10 November 1838 for $150: DB2/174

William H. Toomer of Itawamba County sold to James P. Barnard of Itawamba County the northwest quarter of Section 2 in Township 10, Range 8 on 28 Narch 1839 for $275: DB2/176

Eliba Allen, president of the county board of police sold to Lemuel Beene of Itawamba County Lot 6 in Block 9 and Lots 1 and 4 in Block 2 in the Town of Fulton on 4 June 1839 for $120: DB2/178

This indenture made the 16th day of July 1839 between John Peacock of the one part and William Peacock, Alfred Peacock, Atlas Peacock, Cynthia Moore, Brantley T. Peacock, Christian Peacock and John C.C. Peacock, children of the said John Peacock ... John Peacock, for the natural love and affection which he has, has sold to his children for their better maintenance and support the following property: to William Peacock and Brantley Peacock all that portion of land known and designated as Section 36 in Township 10, Range 7 lying south and west of the Boguefala Creek to John C.C. Peacock all that portion of Section 36 in Township 10, Range 7 north and east of the Boguefala Creek ... to Alfred Peacock all the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 11 in Township 13, Range 16 and the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 10 in Township 13, Range 16, also the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 22 in Township 13, Range 16, also the northwest quarter of Section 27 in Township 13, Range 16, all of said parcels lying in Marion County, State of Alabama ... unto Atlas Peacock all the west half of the northeast quarter of Section 19 in Township 13, Range 15 in the District of Huntsville and State of Alabama, also the east fourth of the northwest fourth of Section 13 in Township 13, Range 15 in the District of Huntsville ... unto William Peacock, one Negro boy named Willis about fourteen years old ... unto Alfred Peacock, one Negro girl by the name of Eliza about 13 years old ... unto Atlas Peacock, one Negro girl by the name of Rose about 12 years of age; unto Cinthia Moore, one Negro woman about 15 years of age named Dice and one Negro child a girl by the name of Sarah about 8 months old ...unto Brantley T. Peacock, one Negro boy by the name of Milton, about 8 years of age ... unto Christian Peacock, one Negro girl by the name of Jane about 5 years of age and one Negro boy by the name of Henderson about 3 years of age ... unto John C.C. Peacock, one Negro boy named Tom about 15 years of age ... and unto Christian and John C.C. Peacock jointly, one Negro woman by the name of Milly about 32 years of age: DB21179

William Peacock of Itawamba County sold to Lemuel Beene of Itawamba County the southwest quarter of Section 32 in Township 9, Range 9 on 11 July 1839 for $150: DB2/184

Ki Ah Mah of the Chickasaw Nation sold to Whitsell and Niles of Monroe County Sections 20 and 29 in Township 15, Range 6 for and the west half of Section 28 in Township 8, Range 6 for $2,500: DB2/186

James Maddox and Jane his wife of Itawamba County sold to John Maddox and John Wallis the northeast quarter of Section 8 in Township 11, Range 9 on 2 September 1839 for $375: DB2/189

Allen Sneed of Itawamba County sold to William Pickett the northwest quarter of Section 9 in Township 7, Range 8 on 3 August 1839 for $175: DB2/191

This indenture made the 25th day of September 1839 between Thomas D. Baker of the first part, Elizabeth Ann Baker his wife, of the second part and James W. Kyle of the third part, all of Itawamba County ... that the said Thomas D. Baker for the connubial love and affection which he has for his said wife and for $5 to him paid by James W. Kyle ... has granted unto James W. Kyle the northeast quarter of Section 3 in Township 8, Range 6, also one gray mare about six years old and her increase, two cows, Amy and Sevity and their increase, all the household and kitchen furniture and poultry of which Thomas D. Baker is possessed ... in trust for the said Elizabeth Ann Baker for and during her natural life, then in trust for the children, heirs of Thomas D. Baker and Elizabeth Ann Baker until they shall respectively become of age then to be equally divided between such heirs ... Thomas D. Baker is to remain in possession of the property ... excepting the poultry, which Elizabeth Ann Baker will be permitted to take and keep ... and it is further agreed that in the event any unhappy differences should arise between the said Thomas D. Baker and his Elizabeth Ann and they should determine to live separately and apart which may Heaven avoid, then the trustee is hereby authorized to take immediate possession and control of the aforesaid household and kitchen furniture ... and the said Thomas D. Baker agrees that he will furnish and provide for the support and maintenance of said wife Elizabeth Ann for such time as she may determine to live separate and apart ... if Thomas D. Baker shall leave and abandon the country then the aforesaid trustee is authorized to take unto his possession and control, all the property hereby conveyed in trust for the use of said Elizabeth Ann Baker and the children and heirs of the said Thomas D. Baker: DB2/192

Ruffin Cole of Limestone County, Alabama sold to Benjamin Patton of Madison County, Alabama the north half of Section 35 in Township 9, Range 8 on 9 August 1839 for $1,000: DB2/195 James W. Duke of Pontotoc County sold to Lewis Collins of Itawamba County the northeast quarter of Section 14 in Township 8, Range 10 on 26 December 1839 for $235: DB2/196 Henry Cook of the Town of Pontotoc in Pontotoc County sold to Robert Nelson the southeast quarter of Section 17 in Township 7, Range 10 on 18 December 1839 for $80: DB2/198

William Pickett and wife Susan of Itawamba County sold to Simeon Buckhannon of Itawamba County the southwest quarter of Section 9 in Township 7, Range 8 on 18 October 1839 for $300: DB2/200

Samuel L. Watt of Pontotoc County sold to James W. Kyle of Itawamba County the northwest quarter of Section 4 in Township 9, Range 6 on 7 June 1839 for $100: DB2/201

Samuel L. Watt and John R. Russell and wife Sarah of Pontotoc County sold to James W. Kyle of Itawamba County the north half of Section 20 in Township 8, Range 6 on 26 February 1838 for $1,000: DB2/202

Thomas D. Baker and Elizabeth Ann his wife of Itawamba County sold to Benjamin Clarke Earle of Pontotoc County the northeast quarter of Section 3 in Township 8, Range 6 on 7 November 1839 for $217.43: DB2/204

This indenture made the 25th day of November 1839 between James Eckford and Harriet his wife of Lowndes County of the first part and William Eckford of the second part ... for and in consideration of $1,000 the parties of the first part sold to William Eckford the following property in Itawamba County: a one third interest in (2,100 acres in various sections of land) ... DB2/207

John Randolph Wren and Mary Ann, his wife of Itawamba County sold to John N. Craddock the southeast quarter of Section 34 in Township 7, Range 8 on 28 November 1839: DB2/208

Charles W. Martin of Pontotoc County sold to William Boland of Pontotoc County tbe northeast quarter of Section 18 in Township 11, Range 8 on 31 December 1838 for $600: DB2/210

James O. Priddy of Itawamba County sold to Kibble Terry of Marion County, Alabama the south half of the southwest quarter of Section 3 in Township 11, Range 9 on 1 July 1839 for $300: DB2/211

Jeremiah W. Thomas and Winnafred his wife of Itawamba County sold to John Walker of Itawamba County the southwest quarter of Section 35 in Township 7, Range 8 on 2 September 1838 for $500: DB2/213

James T. Burdine and wife Mary of Monroe County sold to Stephen Cook of Monroe County the northwest quarter of Section 5 in Township 11, Range 9 on 1 November 1838 for $575: DB2/214

John D. Silman of Itawamba County sold to Isaac N. Owen of Itawamba County the southwest quarter of Section 30 in Township 9, Range 11 on 27 November 1839 for $300: DB2/216

William Duke Jr. of Itawamba County sold to William Duke Sr. of Itawamba County the southwest quarter of Section 35 in Township 7, Range 9 on 14 May 1839 for $1,000: DB2/217

William Beene of Itawamba County sold to Reuben Warren of Itawamba County all that part of Section 28 located on the east side of a branch, containing 40 acres, in Township 9, Range 9 on 1 July 1838 for $150.60: DB2/219

James M. Hedgepeth of Monroe County sold to James S. Bourland of Itawamba County the northwest quarter of Section 7 in Township 11, Range 9 on 30 September 1839 for $700: DB2/221

Harvy Jamison, president of the board of police sold to Joseph Calvin Clark of Itawamba County Lots 1 and 2 in Block 4 in the Town of Fulton on 2 December 1839 for $63: DB2/222

In Ki Ah of the Chickasaw Nation sold to Duncan Clarke Section 20 in Township 9, Range 8 on 16 October 1837 for $800: DB2/223

Ish Ta H Tubby of the Chickasaw Nation sold to Duncan Clarke Section 6 in Township 9, Range 8 on 20 October 1837 for $700: DB2/225

Clo Ha Th Tubby of the Chickasaw Nation sold to Duncan Clark Section 13 in Township 9, Range 7 on 30 November 1837 for $500: DB2/226

Eliba Allen, president of the board of police sold to William Eckford and Wiley D. Clifton Fractional Lot 9 East in the Town of Fulton on 19 January 1839 for $72.25: DB2/227

John Dulaney of Itawamba County sold to Ann Hawkins Cooper the south part of the northeast quarter of Section 14 in Township 8, Range 8 on 1 July 1839 for $100: DB2/228

This indenture made the 21st day of December 1839 between James C. George, natural guardian for Jesse George, minor, and son of the said James C. George, of the county of Itawamba and Joseph H. Beene of the second part ... for and in consideration of the sum of $83 ... has granted and sold unto Joseph H. Beene all that tract and parcel of land in the northwest quarter of Section 23 in Township 8, Range 9: DB2/229

William Bailey of Itawamba County sold to Peter H. Weeks of Marion County, Alabama the southwest quarter of Section 28 in Township 10, Range 9 on 27 September 1837 for $500: DB2/230

Robert Beene of Itawamba County sold to Andrew J. Higgans the southwest quarter of Section 35 in Township 9, Range 9 on 4 November 1839 for $400: DB2/232

William Russell of Tishomingo County sold to Norman Clarke of Itawamba County the northwest quarter of Section 5 in Township 7, Range 6 on 15 January 1840 for $750: DB2/233

This indenture made the 6th day of August 1838 between Charles Warren, sheriff of Itawamba County, Mississippi and Hugh Rogers of said state ... at the June Term of the Circuit Court of said county ... in the case of Hugh Rogers against William Rogers duly served on the northwest quarter of Section 34 in Range 9 of Township East (no township number was given) on which a judgement was rendered against the plaintiff for the sum of $1,400 damage ... DB2/234

William Owen and Edit Q., his wife of Itawamba County sold to James Keys the northeast quarter of Section 27 in Township 10, Range 8 on 17 June 1839 for $1,100: DB2/236

Eliba Allen, president of the board of police sold to James C. Wright Lot 5 of Block 12 in the Town of Fulton on 4 June 1839 for $181: DB2/237

This indenture entered unto the 17th day of November 1837 between George Albertson, Isaac Albertson, Benjamin Love and Henry Love, comissioners under the Chickasaw Treaty of the 24th of May 1834 of the first part and John D. Bradford of the County of Pontotoc of the second part ... whereas one Cunato, an Indian of the Chickasaw Tribe of Indians being entitled to one section of land in the Chickasaw Cession, and having died bearing no heirs ... therefore for the consideration of $800 ... do sell unto the said John D. Bradford Section 26 in Township 11, Range 7: DB2/239

Eliba Allen, president of the board of police sold to Wiley W. Gaither of Itawamba County, Lots 2 and 3 in Block 2 in the Town of Fulton on 5 August 1839 for $50: DB2/240

Quitclaim Deed: John Wightman of Monroe County sold to Robert Gordon of Pontotoc County Section 22 in Township 10, Range 6 on 20 March 1838 for $1000 DB2/241

John Bean of the Chickasaw Nation sold to John Wightman of Monroe County Section 22 in Township 10, Range 6 on 10 October 1836 for $1,000: DB2/243

Elijah Lynch of Itawamba County sold to Samuel Billingsly of Itawamba County Section 36 in Township 8, Range 7 on 21 October 1839 for $100: DB2/245

Edwin Foster and Ann, his wife, of Itawamba County, sold to Jeptha Robins the southwest quarter of Section 29 in Township 9, Range 9 on 29 November 1839 for $400: DB2/246

John Wallace of Itawamba County sold to John Maddox of Lincoln County, Tennessee the southeast quarter of Section 8 in Township 11, Range 9 on 1 December 1839 for $187.50: DB2/248

Joseph F. Gideon of Itawamba County sold to Jeptha Robbins the southwest quarter of Section 9 in Township 11, Range 9 on 9 November 1839 for $187: DB2/249

William Peacock and B.T. Peacock of Itawamba County sold to John Peacock Section 36 in Township 10, Range 7 on 26 November 1839 for $1,000: DB2/251

John M. Cox of Itawamba County sold to David A. Patrick of Itawamba County an un-divided one half interest in the north half of Lot 5 in Block 12 fronting the public square in the Town of Fulton on 27 December 1838 for $65: DB2/252

John R. Wren of Itawamba County sold to Albert James of Itawamba County Lot 7 in Block 8 on the north side of the public square in the Town of Fulton on 20 November 1839 for $200: DB2/253

This indenture made the 1st day of March 1837 between Henry Love, Benjamin Love, Ish To Ho Pa and Isaac Albertson, commissioners and chiefs of the Chickasaw Nation and Henry Anderson and Edward Orne of the second part ... whereas a certain Ahk Yenk Na No # 255 McGilvery's District and Report No. 514 a native Chickasaw being entitled to Section 29 in Township 9, Range 9, which has been located for her under the treaty, she having died leaving no heirs ... for and in consideration of $800 have this day sold unto the said Anderson and Orne the said section of land ...: DB2/255

Holland Lindsey of Itawamba County sold to David A. Patrick of Tishomingo County half of Lot 5 in Block 12 including 25 feet on the public square in the Town of Fulton on 8 December 1838 for $71: DB2/256

Articles of Agreement this day entered into between Lemuel Copeland of Itawamba County and William H. Toomer of the same county ... whereas the said partners trading as merchants and partners under the firn and style of Toomer & Copeland ... the said parties by mutual consent desire the said partnership be disolved the said William H. Toomer hath agreed to pay all the debts the said William H. Toomer will receive all the books and accounts ... (it is apparent that Toomer will continue in business by himself): DB2/257

This indenture made the 9th day of January 1840 between George Whitton of the first part and John Patton of the second part and William Beene of the third part all of Itawamba County ... the party of the first part is justly indebted to the party of the second part in the sum of $200 ... for and in consideration of the sum of $5 Whitton has sold (in trust) unto the party of the third part ... a certain Negro girl named Prudence about sixteen years of age ... until the debt is paid ...: DB2/258

John L. Collins of Itawamba County sold to John Thomson Lots 2 and 3 in Block 14 in the Town of Fulton on 6 December 1838 for $200: DB2/260

Bill of Sale: This indenture made the 9th of June 1838 between Holland Lindsey of Itawamba County and Bazel L. Lindsey of said county ... for and in consideration of $1,200 paid by the part of the second part, Holland Lindsey sold ... Three Negroes: 1 woman about twenty five years old named Sally, one sucking child female five months old named Lucinda and one girl about eight years old named Matilda all of which I warrant to be slaves for life: DB2/262

This indenture made and entered the third day of December 1838 between Charles Warren, sheriff of Itawamba County and Joshua Toomer of same county ... whereas at the June term of the Circuit Court ... in the case of Abraham Johnston against William Blakely and William Downs .. a judgement in favor of the said plaintiff for the sum of $243.89 was levied against the northeast fractional quarter of fractional Section 17 in Township 7, Range 11 ... have sold unto Joshua Toomer the above referenced section: DB2/263

Lewis Smith of Lauderdale County, Alabama sold to Ellen Lucinda Smith of Lauderdale County Section 31 in Township 9, Range 7 on 20 January 1840 for $1,200: DB2/264

John Peacock and Zeltha his wife sold to William Medley Section 36 in Township 10, Range 7 on 13 January 1840 for $1,200: DB2/267

This indenture made the 22nd day of April 1839 between Charles Warren, sheriff of Itawamba County to William Mark Moore Owen of same county ... witnesseth that on the 11th day of December 1838 in the Circuit Court of Monroe County of the goods and chattels of William G.W. Jowers, John E. Foster, Bera Kendall and Alfred F. Holcome, late of his county in the sum of $1,200.47 which Miles A. Nisbet lately in our Circuit Court of Monroe County hath recovered against them for a debt which may be discharged by the payment of $649.23 ... whereby the said William G.W. Jowers Foster are convicted of the judgement ... on the northwest quarter of Section 7, Township 11, Range 9 ... have this dayt sold to said Owen the above described land: DB2/268

This indenture mad of November 1839 between John Peacock & Zilpha his wife, of Itawamba County and William Medley of the same county for the sum of $1,200 paid by th second part, have sold Medley the following land: that portion of Section 36 in Township 10, Range 7, lying south and west of Boguefala Creek: DB2/270
 



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