1804 Deed - James Reeves to Micajah Neal

1804 Deed - James Reeves to Micajah Neal

Deed - James Reeves to Micajah Neal

Shelby County, Kentucky
Deed Book F, p395-396
6 Dec 1804


This Indenture made the sixty day of December One thousand Eight hundred and four between James Reeves of the County of Henry and state of Kentucky of the one part and Micajah Neal of the County of Shelby and state aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Jas Rieves (sic) for and in Consideration of the sum of forty five pounds lawful money of Kentucky to him in hand paid hath and by these presents doth grant bargain and sold (sic) unto the said Micajah Neal his heirs and Assigns a Certain Tract of land in the County of Shelby and on the waters of Tick Creek and Guyses (Guist ?) Creek in the County of Shelby and state of Kentucky bounded as followeth Viz Beginning Two ashes & buck Marias Hainbrough’s North west corner running thence East Two Hundred and seventy two poles with said Hainbroughs line to his North East corner to an Ash sugar tree and buckeye thence North One hundred forty six poles to two buck trees and Cherry tree standing on the South side of and hill in Thomas Hughes line thence south forty five degrees West one hundred and forty Eight poles to a sugar tree hickory and buckeye and white Walnut standing on the bank of a small drain thence North forty five degrees West Two hunred and five poles to an Ash buck and hickory Henry Brenton corner standing in said Hughes line thence south One Hundred and sixty four poles with the said Brenton line to the Beginning Containingone Hundred and fifty acres to have and to hold said tract of land with its Appurtenances unto the said Micajah Neal his heirs and Assigns forever and said James Reeves doth for himself his heirs and Assigns forever warrant and defend the same against the Claim of William Bryant or himself his heirs and now does (?) Witness my hand and seal the day and year above written
                                                                                                    James Reeves (Seal)

Shelby County Sct.
                    Clerks Office December 6th 1804
This day James Reeves came personally before me James Craig Clerk of said County and Acknowledged the within Indenture of bargain and sale and therefore the same was Admitted to record
                                              James Craig Clk

Examined and delivered


Shelby County KY Deed Book F, p. 395-396, scanned images online at Family Search

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