Deed of Transfer
Magnusson to Hargrove

Giles Co. TN Deed Bk 73, page 464

Registered Novr. the 9th 1914.

J. H. Magnusson & wife.
Deed to
D. E. Hargrove.

For the consideration of Eighty five dollars, Fifty dollars cash paid in hand the receipt we hereby acknowledge, and a promissory note of thirty five dollars due on day after date, and dated Mch. 11. 1899, We, J. H. Morganson and wife, Sarah Morganson have this day bargained, sold, transferred and by these presents do grant and convey to D. E. Hargrove, his heirs and assigns all of our right, title interest and estate in and to a certain tract or parcel of land situated and lying in District No. 1, Giles County, Tenn., being a part of the tract of land recently purchased of L. A. King, by J. H. Morganson and bounded as follows: North by J. H. Morganson, east by D. E. Hargrove, south by Tenn., and Alabama State line, west by J. H. Morganson, containing by estimation seven acres more or less; with all the appurtenances thereunto.

We covenant unto the said D. E. Hargrove that we are lawfully ..........

A lien is hereby retained upon said land for the balance of unpaid purchase money.

Witness our hands, this Mch. 31, 1899 signed J. H. Magnusson. Sarah M. Magnusson.

State of Tennessee)
Giles County)

Personally appeared before me, C. O. Bull a Notary in and for said state and county, the within named bargainors, J. H. Morganson and his wife, Sarah M. Morganson, with whom I am personally acquainted, and who acknowledged that they executed the within instrument for the purposes therein contained.

Mrs. Sarah M. Morganson, wife of the said J. H. Morganson, having appeared before me privately and apart from her husband, the said J. H. Morganson, she, the said Mrs. Sarah M. Morganson acknowledged the execution of said deed to have been done by her freely, voluntarily and understandingly, without compulsion or constraint from her said husband, and for the purposes therein expressed. Witness my hand and seal of ...(I failed to copy the rest of the deed. imm)

Submitted by: Imogean M. McDonald