Deed from Mary A. Kennedy
to John Glasco(Glasgow)

Giles County, Tennessee

Mary A. Kennedy to John Glasco [Glasgow]

Deed for 25 Acres of Land On the Waters of Bradshaw Creek
Registered November 5th 1850

Transcribed by Craig Glasgow

Mary A. Kennedy {
To {       Deed
John Glasco {

This indenture made this twelfth day of October in the year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fifty between Mary A. Kennedy of the county of Giles and the State of Tennessee of one part and John Glasco of the other, both of the county of Giles and State aforesaid, witnesseth, that the said Mary A. Kennedy for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and seventy five dollars to me in hand paid by the said John Glasco, the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, both bargained and sold unto the said John Glasco and his heirs and assigns forever all that tract of land, situated lying and being in the County of Giles and the State of Tennessee and on the waters of Bradshaw creek, bounded as follows to wit.Beginning at an Elm on the widow Smith's boundary line in the bank of the creek turning thence five degrees East to a beech. Thence thirty four poles two links, thence South twelve degrees west thirty two poles to a Sycamore, thence South fifteen degrees East sixty five poles to two Dogwoods, thence North Eighty Six degrees West forty one poles to s Stake. Thence Eastward thirty one and a half poles, thence running with the said widow Smith's line to the Beginning, containing twenty five acres more or less together with all said singular hereditaments and apperitunances thereunto belonging to the only use and benefit of said named Glasco. I bind myself and heirs to defend the Right and title of said land forever day and date above mentioned.

Mary A. Kennedy {Seal}

Signed in presence of us{
Pleasant New
Jacob New

State of Tennessee{

Personally appeared before me, Edward D. Jones, Giles County Clerk, Pleasant New and Jacob New Subscribing witnesses to the within named Deed who being first sworn dispose and Say That they are acquainted with Mary A. Kennedy the Bargainor and that She acknowledged the same in their presence to be her wit and Deed upon the day it bears date. Witness my hand at office this 28th day of October AD 1850.

{ No. 45 Oct. Received 4 oclock Oct 31st 1850 }

E D Jones, Clerk
Pages 371 - 372

Submitted by Craig Glasgow