1829 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield

Page 1 of 1829 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield
Page 1 of 1829 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield
From the papers of Merry T. Pittman
Page 2 of 1829 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield
Page 2 of 1829 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield
From the papers of Merry T. Pittman

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This indenture made this third day of April in the year of Our Lord Christ One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty nine between Kinchen Roberts of the County of Chatham and State of North Carolina of the one part and Thomas Springfield of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of Eighteen Dollars and five cents to me in hand paid by the said Springfield the receipt thereof I do hearby acknowledge and myself fully paid hath bargained sold and delivered unto the said Springfield all of interest to the lands undivided lands of Ishmael Roberts Deceased being a legatee of said Ishmael Roberts Deceased of Chatham County and State of North Carolina the lands lying on Bush Creek ajoining the Rossers, Yarboroughs Thomas and others, supposed to be One Hundred and Fifty acres be the same more or less to have and to hold the aforesaid land and premises together with all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging unto the aforesaid Thomas Springfield his heirs and assigns forever

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and I Kinchen Roberts for myself my heirs administrators and assigns will warrant and forever defend the said land and premises ^clear and free from all incumbrence whatoever unto the said Springfield his heirs and assigns forever in witness whereof I have set my hand and affixed my seal this day and date first above written
Inter lined before assigned
Edmund P. Drake [his mark]
Benjamin Springfield [his mark]
Kinchen Roberts [his mark]

State of North Carolina Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
Chatham County May Term 1829

The execution of this deed was duly proven in open court by the oath of Edmund P Drake as witness thereto and ordered to be registered.
Thomas Ragland

State of North Carolina
Chatham County
Registers Office the 25th day of May AD 1829
Then duly registered Book AB Pages 186-187
A Gunter Regr

1828 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield

Page 1 of 1828 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield
Page 1 of 1828 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield
From the papers of Merry T. Pittman
Page 2 of 1828 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield
Page 2 of 1828 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield
From the papers of Merry T. Pittman
Page 3 of 1828 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield
Page 3 of 1828 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield
From the papers of Merry T. Pittman
Page 4 of 1828 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield
Page 4 of 1828 Deed: Kinchen Roberts to Thomas Springfield
From the papers of Merry T. Pittman

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State of North Carolina
Chatham County
Registers Office the 25th February AD 1829
When duly registered Book AB pages 134-135
A Gunter Registrar

[Side]
Roberd’s Deed To Springfield

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This Indenture made this 25th day of December in the year of Our Lord Christ One Thousand Eight hundred and Twenty Eight Between Kinchen Roberts of Chatham County and the State of North Carolina of the one part and Thomas Springfield of the other part of the county and state aforesaid witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of Two Hundred Dollars to me in hand paid by Thomas Springfield aforesaid the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge and myself therewith fully satisfied and paid I have bargained sold conveyed and delivered and by these presents doth bargain sell convey settover and deliver unto Thomas Springfield his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcil of lands situate lying and being in the County of Chatham aforesaid and on the south side of Cape Fear River Beginning at a dead pine Drake’s corner then west 77 poles to a Black Ooak at Brassel’s corner the South 54 poles to a stake in Brassel’s line thence west 163 poles to a stake then north 120 poles to a pine in Abner Hill’s line then East across Henry’s Branch 240 poles to a Red Oak in the Ferry Road the across the Ferry Road 66 poles to the beginning containning by

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estimation One Hundred and Fifty four acres be the same more or less To have and to hold the aforesaid described land together with all and singular the appertainances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the aforesaid Thomas Springfield his heirs executors administrators and assigns for ever and I Kinchen Roberts for myself my heirs executors and administrators will warrant and for ever defend the aforesaid land and premises unto the aforesaid Springfield and his assigns free and clear from the lawful claim or claims of any person or persons whatsoever in witness I Kinchen Roberts hath here unto sett my hand and affixed my seal the day and date first above written
Kinchen [his mark] Roberts [seal]
Edmund L Drake
William Sloan

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Chatham County February Sessions 1829
The execution of the within deed was duly proven in open court by the oath William Sloan and ordered to be registered
Thomas Ragland

1821: Kinchen Robirds Land Plat, Chatham County-Moore County

1821: Kinchen Robirds Land Plat, Chatham County
1821: Kinchen Robirds Land Plat, Chatham County
From the papers of Merry T. Pittman

 

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The above plat representsĀ one hundred and sixty four acres of land on Both sides of the road leading from Avents Ferry in Chatham County to the longstreet in Moore County and bounded as follows (To wit)-
Beginning at a dead pine in a small pond at the intersection of Rossers and Ishmael Robirds lines and runs thence west along Ishmael’s line twenty chains to a Black Jack thence south thirteen chains and sixty links to a Black Jack stump near Ishmael Robird’s stable thence with another of Ishmael’s lines west forty chains to a pine thence with another of said Ishmael’s lines north thirty two chains and ten links to a dead pine in William Rush’s line thence East sixty chains with said Rush’s line to a red oak stump his corner thence South two degrees East eighteen chains and fifty links to the beginning it being bounded all round by other and older lines except the line of forty chains and of thirty two chains and ten links agreeable to the date of the grant […] surveyed this 19th July 1821-
By William Campbell