Deed Transfer
CWH Biles to JG Hastin

Source: Clara Parker, Old Courts Records, Giles County, Tennessee

Bk KK pg. 185 Giles County, Tennessee

C. W. H. Biles & wife
To Deed
Jos G. Hastin
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Registered December 22, 1876

We C. W. H. Biles and wife S. R. L. Biles of the county of Giles and State of Tennessee of the first part and Joseph G. Hasten of the second part Witnesseth that the said part of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of Seven Hundred and twenty seven dollars and fifty cents to _____ paid hath bargained and sold and by the presents doth grant and convey to the said party of the second pat his heirs and assigns forever all that certain piece or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Giles and State of Tennessee Civil District No. 2 and is bounded as follows to wit: Beginning at a red oak N. S. Beasley South East corner; thence S 88 (degree symbol) E 100 poles to a stake a _____ of Joseph Hastens thence __454 E __ poles to a stake Charles Nelsons _____ thence S77 W 133 poles to a small persimmon south to a walnut & _________ . Thence ___ 57 W 133 poles to a stake M. S. Beasleys line ___ chestnut ______ thence S 15 E with his line 17 poles and _____ like to the piece of beginning containing thirty six and three eighth acres __ the same more or less together with all and singular the tenements here _____uments and appurtenances all the _______, title and interest of the said party of the first part doth hereby covenant and agree with the said party of the second part that at the time of the delivery _____ the said party of the first part was the lawful owners of the premises above granted and seized thereof in fee simple absolute and that they will warrant seized thereof in fee simple absolute, and that they will warrant and defend the above granted premises in the quiet and peaceable possesssion of the said party of the second part & his heirs and assigns forever Witness whereof we have hereunto our hand and seals this (the translator does not have the rest of this document in her possession).


Submitted by Ruth Hasten Walsh