Deed Book A- Index

(March 10, 1859-Feb. 11, 1869)

 

page 50, Bond, Office of Ordinary to Governor Joseph E Brown, March,  1859

 

page 50, March 17, 1859 Promissory Note, William Hicks and Simon Marks

 

page 51, September 5, 1857  Deed of Gift, Turner Lane of Habersham County and his children, Charles, Mary, Martha, and Sarah Lane

 

page 52, September 5, 1857 Deed, Turner Lane of Habersham County, Grantee, Leonard W. Furr, Grantor

 

page 52,  September 5, 1857 Deed of Gift, Turner Lane of Habersham County and his children, William, Daniel, and Alexander Lane

 

page 53, February 1, 1859

Auction, John W. Vincent, Sheriff to Thomas J. McCarter of Franklin County

 

page 54, May 3, 1859  Agreement of Division, Lewis Parker of Habersham County, Grantor, and Squire Parker of the same place

 

page 54, April 12, 1859  Promissory Note and Deed to Secure Debt, Barnabas Garrison

 

page 55, May 17, 1859  Promissory Note, Simon Massey and Samuel W. Pruitt

 

page 56, September 5, 1858  Deed of Gift, James Fagan, Habersham County, Grantor, to son, Littleton Fagan

 

page 57, August 30, 1859  Deed, William F. Parsons, Franklin County, Grantor, to Wiley Rucker

 

page 57,  August 30, 1859 Deed, Williamson Mize, Franklin County, to Wiley Rucker

 

page 59,  January 27, 1859 Deed-Quit Claim, John Higgins, Habersham County, Grantor, and Joshua White

 

page 59, September 12, 1859  Deed, John Higgins, Habersham County, to Joshua White

 

page 60,  September 16, 1859 Deed, Samuel Watson, Jackson County, Grantor, and Isaac M. David of Banks County

 

page 61, November 29, 1859 Deed, William H. Gober, Franklin County, and William Meaders, same place

 

page 62,  November 29, 1859 Deed, R.G. Crump, Franklin County, and Micajah Martin, same place

 

page 62,  December 14, 1859 Deed, William Boswell of Banks County, Grantor, and James D. Martin

 

page 63, December 16, 1859 Deed, Abel Vaughan of Banks County and Henry F. David of Franklin County

 

page 64,  December 16, 1859 Deed, Abel Vaughan of Banks County and Washington J Burgess, same place

 

page 64,  December 16, 1859 Deed, Washington J Burgess and Abel Vaughan

 

page 65, December 16, 1859 Promissory Note, Lot 48 in Homer, Justices of the Inferior Court; William T Martin, William B Gillespie, Joshua Owen, Isaac M David and James M McDonald, Grantors, to Thomas F Anderson, Grantee, of Jackson County

 

page 68,  January 5, 1860 Deed, Hasting D Palmer, Grantor, of DeKalb County and Thomas F Anderson, Franklin County

 

page 69,  January 5, 1860 Deed, Thomas F Anderson, Grantor, of Franklin County, and James Anderson of Franklin County

 

page 70, January 5, 1860 Power of Attorney, John Johnston of Chatooga County to Samuel Johnston of Franklin County

 

page 70, January 5, 1860 Deed, Samuel Johnston of Franklin County, Grantor, on behalf of John Johnston of Chatooga County, and Francis Ballew of Franklin County

 

page 71,  January 5, 1860 Deed, Lot 15 to Francis Ballew, Lot 58 to Francis Ballew, Lot 14 to Francis Ballew

 

page 72,  January 6, 1860 Deed, John Bond of Habersham County to Absalom Stevens

 

page 73,  January 27, 1860 Quit Claim, Samuel Headen of Franklin County and Tarlton W Walker of Franklin County

 

page 73, no date, Deed, Tarlton Walker of Franklin County and James Norwood of the came place

 

page 74,  January 28, 1860 Deed, Narcissa Bell and William R Bell, Adms. of estate of John Bell, Hall County, Grantors and Tarlton W Walker of Hall County

 

page 75,  January 25, 1840 Deed, John A Walker of Franklin County and Tarlton Walker.  Acknowledged in Franklin County  January 25, 1840

 

page 75, Recording date not shown, Deed, John L Gordon and Azmon Rucker

 

page 76,  February 2, 1860 Deed, Martin Anthony and W.B.J. Hardman

 

page 76, February 2, 1860  Deed, W.B.J. Hardman and James Wade

 

page 77,  February 16, 1860 Incorporation, New Lebanon Church

 

page 78,  No date, Lots 66 and 82 to Nathan J Arnall

 

page 79,  February 22, 1860 Bond, Elisha P Headen, William G Scales and McKinny H Boling for Securities for Elisha Headen, Ordinary, Clerk and Treasurer of School Fund

 

page 79,  April 27, 1860 Bond, Jonathan C Vaughn, Madison H Thomas and William Turk for Securities to Governor Joseph Brown; elected sheriff and deputies

 

page 80,  No date  Deed, Lemuel Dodd of Hall County and William Dodd of Hall County

 

page 80, February 24, 1860  Deed, William Dodd of Banks County and Thomas Mize of Franklin County

 

page 81, February 26, 1860 Deed, Hudson Moss, Habersham County, and Aaron Smith of Habersham

 

page 81, February 26, 1860 Deed, Jesse Austin, Habersham County, and Aaron Smith of Habersham

 

page 82, February 26, 1860  Deed, Jesse Austin, Habersham County, and Aaron Smith of Habersham

 

page 83,  March 10, 1860 Deed, William R Goss, Banks County, and Joshua Woods of Jackson County

 

page 84, March 12, 1860 Deed, William B Wofford, Habersham County, and Stephen A Cash of Habersham

 

page 85, March 12, 1860 Deed, William Boswell and Robert L Boswell

 

page 86,  No recording date Deed of Gift, William Boswell and "my Seven Children, Larany Prickett, Fatina Epperson, Sarey P Parks, Jasper N Boswell, William B Boswell, Tabitha C Bray, Banson P Boswell", at his death and the death of his wife, Mary Boswell

 

page 87,  No recording date Deed of gift, Russel Holcomb and "my son", Absolom Holcomb

 

page 88, April 21, 1860  Deed, Joseph W Cartledge, Franklin County, and David M Burns, Jackson County and William B Burns of Banks County

 

page 89,  No Date, Deed, Lot 55 to John E Harper, Lot 51 to Thomas Harper

 

page 90,  No recording date Deed, Lot 52 to Thomas Harper

 

page 91,  May 24, 1860 Deed, Jonathan C Vaughn of Banks County and Henry F David of Franklin County

 

page 92,  June 4, 1860 Deed, Iley B Coffee, Habersham County, and Ely Smith, Habersham County

 

page 93,  June 5, 1860 Deed, James Rylee and William R Bell of Banks County and Martha B Banks of Hall County

 

pages 94-95, No recording date  Lots 12,13,18,19 to William R Bell. Lot 70 to William N H Turk

 

page 96,  No recording date,Deed, James D. Martin and Berry Gordon

 

page 96,  June 27, 1860 Deed, Town Committee of Berlin and Jordan LeCroy, Town Lot 23 on Berlin

 

page 100, July  30, 1860  Daniel G. Candler and Francis M Owen, Town lots portions 22 & 9, for office fronting the courthouse

 

page 101, July 5, 1860 Gabriel S. Martin, Banks County, and William J Parks, Newton County

 

page 101, September 13, 1860  Dr. G. S. Martin, Banks County, and william J Parks of Greene County

 

page 102, Clarke County, between William J Parks of Greene County and Joel D. Gunnels of Franklin County, Henry F Parks of Greene County, Wesley F. Parks of Franklin County. Lists widow of his deceased son, Osborn B. Parks and 6 minor children; Joicy B., Sarah A. E, Eliza F, William W G, Naomi Rachel, Mary Evline, and Harwell B. Parks.

 

page 103,  July 9, 1860 Separation Settlement, John N. Turk and Mary E. Turk

 

page 103, Clarke County, Subs signature of Charles M. Lumpkin

 

page 103, Elisha P Headen, committee for Town of Berlin,  M. Estes , E. T. Wilmot, O. Brown. J. Morgan and H. Meyer, for "growth and prosperity", February 28, 1860; $5.00 crossroads at Headen's old store, commencing at William Turk's line; near graveyard

 

page 104, October 23 1860  Power of Attorney,Franklin County, John A. Walker and wife, Lydia, G. J. Forbes and wife, Nancy, Henry A. Forbes and Elizabeth Pritchard of Spalding County to Talton W. Walker of Hall County to settle estate of Samuel Headen, also referencing estate of Daniel Bush

 

page 105,  October 1, 1860 Deed, Allen Acre and James H. Caudell

 

page 106, March 15, 1860 Habersham County, Thomas A. Ayers and wife, Priscilla, and James H. Caudell of Banks County

 

page 107,  Release Quit Claim, Franklin County, January 1, 1850, Hinesbury Whitfield and wife, Martha, to Allen Acre, referencing estate of Asa Bradley

 

page 107, Quit claim in share of estate, Franklin County, March 7, 1857 Benjamin F. Caudell and wife, Margaret A., and Allen Acre, referencing estate of Asa Bradley

 

page 108, February 1, 1861Promissory note, Elijah Owen, A. W. Owen, F. Owen payable to Abram Atkins

 

page 108,  November 19, 1860 Deed, Benson Stow and Abner Massey

 

page 109,  December 20, 1860 Deed to secure promissory note, Wesley Pritchett and Louise E. Hunt

 

page 110, No recording date Promissory Note, Enoch Anderson to Inferior Court Justices, Lot 80, Homer

 

page 110, February 10, 1860 W.F. James of Jackson County and J.N. Chambers of Banks

 

page 111,January 22, 1861  Deed, Abram Atkins and John F. Smith

 

page 112, September 24, 1857  Franklin County, D. N. Chandler and D.S. Baker, Anderson, South Carolina

 

page 113, November 24, 1859 Deed " of natural love and affection", Sanders Watson and Elias Watson

 

page 113,  February 8, 1861 Henry Meyer and T. Mize & Higgins. Sold all goods, groceries and accounts

 

page 114,  No recording date Hall County, Received John E Brown, $6000.00 in cash and property, viz. $1000.00 cash and house and lot in Gainesville, and lot 321 First District in Coweta County, 1 Negro Woman, Louisa, about 23 years and 2 Negroes property of Clara A Garrison, as former receipt taken up.

 

page 114,  November 3, 1860 Deed, William C. Chambers and W. E. Headen

 

page 115, Franklin County, June 12, 1858  William A. Garrison and Caleb Garrison

 

page 116, Franklin County June 1858, Martin Garrison and Thomas Garrison

 

page 117,  December 26, 1860 Deed, James W. Martin and Green W. S. Martin

 

page 117,  January 20, 1860 Deed, Barksdale Smith and Newton Jordan

 

page 118, November 6, 1860 Deed, W.E. Headen and S. Marks

 

page 119,  No recording date Lot number 4 in Homer to Leonard Smith

 

page 120, February 3, 1860  Lot number 73 in Homer to D. G. Candler

 

page 121, February 3, 1860 Lot number 81 (1/100 only) to James O. Wood

 

page 122, February 3, 1860 Lot number 50 to James O. Wood

 

page 122, February 18, 1856 Deed, Habersham County, Robert Isbell and Aaron Smith

 

page 123, May 18, 1858 Deed, Habersham County, Jeremiah Mauldin and John Suggs, Sr.

 

page 124, October 30, 1858 Deed, Habersham County, John Suggs and Aaron Smith

 

page 125, February 21, 1861,Lot 132 to Francis M. Owen

 

page 126, February 7, 1850  Deed, Habersham County, Enoch Brady and Samuel Rice

 

page 127, December 26, 1860 Personal loan of one year to Mark Arnold by Simon Marks; secured by a horse about thirteen years old.

 

page 128, September 6, 1859 John A. Headen, B.V. Headen and T.W. Walker, Adm. of estate of Samuel Headen to James M McDonald, courthouse auction (by law)

 

page 129, January 26, 1861  Deed, Allen Acre and Wily Acre, "son of Allen Acre"

 

page 129, August 17, 1860 John A. Walker and Elisha P Headen, $150.00 and a negro man named Green, 45 years old and with yellow complexion

 

page 130, February  21, 1861 Lots (fractional) 137, 138, 139 in Homer to John E. Harper

 

page 131, September 5, 1860 Deed, James Massey to James M. McDonald

 

page 132,  __, 1860 Deed, Sidney R McEntire of Hall County to Perry Voils of Banks County

 

page 133, September 6, 1859 Deed, B.V. Headen, John A. Headen, Tarlton W. Walker, Adms. of estate of Samuel Headen to Elisha P. Headen, "highest bidder at auction"

 

page 134, April 10, 1861  Muster Roll, "Banks County Guards", CSA

 

page 135, April 10, 1861 Promissory Notes (3), Andrew J. Whitlock to Anderson Hill

 

page 135, May 16, 1861 Stock Mark in L&R ears-not decipherable

 

page 136, April 4, 1861 B.V. Headen and T.W. Walker, Adm. to John A. Headen at Public Auction

 

page 137, Deed, Stuart County Ga., April 5, 1856;  R.W. Williams, Z.C. Williams, G.D. Williams and J.S. Dobbins, All of Stuart County to Allen Acre, James Massey, and William Acre of Franklin and Habersham Counties

 

page 138, March 1, 1861 Deed, Robert McMillian to John Lane

 

page 138, April 13, 1860 Deed, James Massey to James M. McDonald

 

page 139, January 15, 1859 Deed, Welborn M. Caudell to Stephen D. Caudell

 

page 140, April 23, 1861 B.V. Headen, John A. Headen and T. W. Walker, Adms. of estate of Samuel Headen to Stephen D. Caudell

 

page 141,April 6, 185(9?)  Deed, Elizabeth J. Davis to George J. Vaughn

 

page 142, August 5, 1853 Franklin County, Hugh McDonald to James M. McDonald;$50.00, one interest in land on which James M. McDonald now lives, adjoining land of William Turk, Samuel Turk, Samuel Johnston and others.

 

page  142, October 16, 1848 Franklin County,Theodore Turk to Samuel Orr, both of Franklin County, $15.00 202 1/2 A. on Hudson Fork of Broad River adjoinig WIlliam Turk and Samuel Johnston, whereon Nancy McDonald lives;1/13 interest of above tract at demise of Nancy McDonald, her dower interest in estate of James McDonald, deceased

 

page 143, Hunt County, Texas, Andrew McDonald to James M. McDonald,$50.00; share of tract interest as heir of father, James McDonald /s/ W. A. Mattox, Chirf Justice, Hunt County Texas

 

page 144, December 6, 1854 Franklin County, Nancy McDonald to James M. McDonald, $200.00; 260A. life state-tract on Hudson River , whereon James M. McDonald now lives.

 

page 144, August 18, 1857 Forsyth County, Samuel Orr of Forsyth County to James M. McDonald of Franklin County, $100.00; part 200/300 A.;  1/13 part  interest in James McDonald, deceased, place on Hudson Fork of Broad River.

 

page 145.  March 11, 1860 Deed. William Daily to Howel Mangrum

 

page 146, May 31, 1861 Hall County, John D. Simmmons as Adm. of estate of Moses Simmons, deceased; duly advertised forst Tuesday March 1858; Confirm deed conveyed to Charles L. Simmons, deed lost or destroyed, originally dated 30 May 1858

 

page 147, May 30, 1860 Hall County, Charles L. Simmons to John D. Simmons, as Trustee for Mildred M Hyder, Formerly Mildred McSimmons and her children, proceeds of real estate of Moses Simmons, deceased, late of Rutherford Co, N.C., 1/2 undividedtract of 500 Acres originally in Franklin County granted to William Call, Jr., now in Banks County

 

page 148, April 6, 1858 Hall County, John D. Simmons, Adm. of Moses Simmons, deceased, to William S. Simmons

 

page 149, May 30, 1860 Hall County, William S. Simmons, Jackson County, to John D. Simmons as Trustee for Mildred McHyder, formerly McSimmons and her children

 

page 150, No date recorded Lot 94 to Robert Allen

 

page 151, May 18, 1860 Chattel Mortgage, Lillian H. Wright to John L. Land of South Carolina

 

page 151, May 17, 1859 Deed, William Pool to Elisha M. Pool, "love and affection"

 

page 152, Deed, Franklin County,March 6, 1857  William Strange to Elisha M. Pool

 

page 153, Deed, Franklin County, January 6, 1858 Allen T. Garrison to Barnabas Garrison

 

page 153, Deed, Franklin County, January 6, 1858 Isaac B. Lawrence to Barnabas Garrison

 

page 154, June 18, 1858 Deed, William B. Sisson, Habersham County, to Barnabas Garrison, Franklin County

 

page 155, November 9, 1860  Deed, George W. Verner to Barnabas Garrison

 

page 156, December 7, 1860 Daniel G. Candler, Trustee under Will of Julius Nichols, deceased, of Franklin County, appointed instead of Ranson Nichols, deceased, to John J. J. Sheperd of Hart County

 

page 157, December 6, 1860 Deed, Remainderman: William A Johnson, State of Alabama, James L Malone and H.W. Davis by his attorney, William A Johnson, both of Texas, James P Hudson, Jackson County, and James W Manly, Banks County, and Stephen H Neal, Campbell County, by his attorney, to J.A. Wilson of Hart County

 

page, February 27, 1861  Promissory Note, James Anderson to James Norwood

 

page 160, May 19, 1860  Deed, A.W. Henley to W.R. Bell, Jackson Oliver, Hope Sims, G B Legg, Leroy Parks, William Meaders, D.C. Oliver, William Brewer, and A.H. Quillian, Trustees, tract upon which to build New Salem Church

 

page 161,  April 29, 1861 Deed, Absolem Holcomb to Russel Holcomb

 

page 162, December 13, 1860 Deed, Benjamin S. Evins(Evans) to James W. Manley

 

page 163,  December 28, 1861Henry Mize Sr., Habersham County and Abner Mize, Franklin County. (original deed date March 13, 1827)

 

page 164,  December 15, 1858 Deed, George W. Pierce and Susan Pierce to Hudson Moss, all of Habersham County

 

page 164, Habersham County,November 5, 1829 Enoch Brady to Hudson Moss

 

page 165, Habersham County, July 19, 1824  Enoch Brady and his wife, Nancy, to Hudson Moss

 

page 166. Habersham County, January 25, 1831, William Riche by his mark X to Hudson Moss

 

page 166, November 6, 1860 W. E. Headen to S. Marks

 

page 167, Habersham County, August 7, 1860  Peyton H Colbert, Trustee for Caroline M. Colbert to S. Marks of Banks County

 

page 168, January 7, 1860 Joel S. Mitchell to Moses E. McWhorter of Clarke County

 

page 168, January 11, 1861 James Fagans to Wilborn Fagans

 

page 169, January 11, 1861James Fagans to Wilborn Fagans

 

page 170, June 6, 1861 To Jackson Oliver, William R Bell, Francis M. Ragsdale, Freeman A. Garrison and John E. Willis, Trustees Methodist Episcopal Church, Lot 89 in Homer

 

page 170,  November 25, 1859 Lot number 34 to Allen Bell, Hall County

 

page 171, Franklin County, November 2, 1858  J.D. Gunnels to William R Bell

 

page 172, November 21, 1861 John Greenway to James Rylee

 

page 173,  February 6, 1862 Stephen D Caudell to Wilborn M. Caudell

 

page 174,  Hall County, February 5, 1859  James Brock to Bennett Rylee

 

page 175, Hall County, April 6, 1858  John D. Simmons, Adm, of Moses Simmons, deceased, to Charles L Simmons

 

page 175, December 4, 1860 Williamson Mize to Isaac Furr

 

page 177, July 22, 1861 William Turk to John C. Stephens, Lot number 72

 

page 178,  February 23, 1858 Micajah T Smithson, Pickens District, South Carolina, to Daniel W Gordon

 

page 179, May 8, 1862 Elijah Owen to Milton Ritchie

 

page 179, January 23, 1862 Reuben Nunnally to Ashley Nunnally, "love and affection"

 

page 180, January 23, 1862 Reuben Nunnally to Richard Nunnally, "love and affection"

 

page 181, Franklin County, March 7, 1834  David Garrison to Michael Ragsdale, Lowery Gillespie, Barnabas Meaders, Levi B. Garison and Jedidiah Meaders, Trustees of Mount Pleasant Society

 

page 182, Franklin County, July 10, 1853  Michael Ragsdale to Francis M. Ragsdale

 

page 183, November 5, 1861 Terry D. Stephens to Nancy Landers

 

page 184, January 1, 1862 John W. Brewer to James O. Wood

 

page 184, March 8, 1862 John Lane to J.J. King

 

page 185, September 10, 1862 Deed of gift (not a will), M. Estes as Trustee, to Martha A. Bray, said daughter and her children, "love and affection" by present husband only; 2 Negroes, Mary, 32 years and her daughter, Nancy, 5 years

 

page 186, January 1, 1863 Martha Owen to William Brewer, son in law, "natural love and affection" to daughter Cynthia Brewer, Negro woman, Lucinda, 19 years

 

page 186, January 1, 1863 Martha Owen to Louvica Owen, daughter, "love and affection", Negro girl, Catherine, age 3

 

page 187, Habersham County, December 26, 1854  William Brady to Berry Whitfield

 

page 187, September 24, 1860 Eli T. Wilmot to Berry Whitfield

 

page 188, January 3, 1860 A.J. Bowen to Angelina Winters

 

page 189, December 23, 1862 Fountain G. Moss to Augustus C. Moss

 

page 190, Elbert County, January 27, 1855  Benjamin Maxwell of Elbert County to James J. Meaders of Franklin County

 

page 191,  February 3, 1860 Promissory note, Alanson G. Bowden, Lot number 27

 

page 191,  July 22, 1861 William Turk to Alanson G. Bowden

 

page 192,  March 2, 1863 Alanson Forbes to James F. Ray

 

page 193,  February 28, 1873 Minutes, New Lebanon congregation elected William M. Ash, Trustee, to fill vacancy occasioned by death by Wiley Rucker

 

page 193,  January 17, 1861 Clackston Mize to Ransom R. Bozwell (Boswell)

 

page 194, March 9, 1863 Alanson G. Bowden to James Norwood

 

page 195, January 5, 1863 Martha Owen to Joshua Owen, son, "natural love and affection", George, a Negro man 24 years old

 

page 195, January 24, 1863 Bartley Cash to Edwin M. Wynn

 

page 196, No date, Habersham County, Robert McMillian to Edwin M. Wynn, Banks County

 

page 196, April 1, 1863 Charles W. Wofford to Thomas S. Wells

 

page 197 June 25, 1862 John G. Mayes and Martha Mayes, Extrs. of estate of Allen N. Mayes, to Howell Mangum

 

page 198, February 21, 1863 Edward J. Wade to Nathaniel B. Hardy

 

page 199, July 7, 1863 Elijah Owen, Sheriff, to Hudson Moss at legal sale advertised in the Southern Banner as property of Lilbern H. Wright in favor of William C. Chambers

 

page 200, July 3, 1863 Enoch Anderson to William A. Bradley

 

page 200, Franklin County July 16, 1858, Donald McDonald to Alexander P. McDonald; $500.00; 74 Acres on Grove River, originally granted to Allen and others-on Forbis's line, Archibald McDonald's Minyard Sanders; known as No. 3 in plat of division.  Wit. Robert A. McDonald, Minyard Sanders, Joshua Owen J. P.

 

page 201, August 19, 1863 Henry J. Morris to William F. Morris, $1200.00; 108 A. on Grove River, to old Station spring branch to James L. Water's spring branch.

 

page 202, September 2, 1863Elijah Owen to John W. Chastain

 

page 203, January 11, 1862 Elisha P. Headen and Blakely V. Headen

 

page 204, October 16, 1862 John N. Prickett, Ransom P. Boswell, William B. Boswell, James W. Epperson, Thomas L. Bray, Mary Boswell, all of Banks County, Henry Parks, Gwinnett County, and Jasper N. Boswell of Calhoun County, Alabama, to James A. Langston

 

page 205, February 17, 1862 Coweta County, Richmond Sewell, as Executor of the estate of John Sewell, Deceased, late of Banks County to Elizabeth Anglin

 

page 206, Franklin County, April 19, 1856 James .L Gillespie to George Patterson

 

page 207, September 18, 1863 James L. Waters to William L. Waters

 

page 207, March 6, 1861 Mathew Ellison of Jackson County to William L. Waters

 

page 208, September 15, 1863 James L. Waters to William L. Waters

 

page 209, August 4, 1863 Patterson R. Gillespie to George Patterson

 

page 209, August 4, 1863 Patterson R. Gillsepie to Grandison M. Thomas

 

page 210, July 5, 1859 Patterson R. Gillespie, Administrator of Joshua Whorton, Deceased,  to William C .Thomas, by virtue of Order of Ordinary of Franklin County

 

page 210, January 20, 18__ William B. Gillespie to George Patterson

 

page 211, No date Sanders W. Colbert, Madison County, to Joshua Wood, Banks County

 

page 212, February 23, 1861 William Turk to John E. Harper

 

page 213, October 8, 1863 James L. Waters , Banks County, to Emmons P. Douglass, Polk County, Tenn., "John Waters farm" (recorded again on pages 304-305)

 

page 214, November 5, 1861 Terry D. Stephens to Nancy Landers, Hall County

 

page 215, February 27, 1862 John Pruitt to Empson Pruitt

 

page 215, Franklin County,September 29, 1863 Thomas Mize to Abner Massey of Banks County 

 

page 216,  July 22, 1863 Hudson Moss to Floyd Jordan

 

page 217, October 13, 1863 Jonathan C. Vaughn to William Anglin Jr.

 

page 218, Franklin County, September 29, 1863 Thomas Mize and Abner Massey of Banks County

 

page 218, No date Henry M. Wilbanks to Nancy Ray, Jackson County and James F. Ray of Banks County, original land of Daniel McDonald

 

page 219, No date Robert McMillian, paid by Wilson D. Dobbin as trustee for his wife, Elizabeth H. and her children, Mary Eichenlburger and Henry M. Eichelburger

 

page 220, February 17, 1863 John L. Gordon and Elliot Rucker

 

page 221, Franklin County, September 28, 1848  Joshua Whorton to William C. Thomas 130 A.

 

page 221, Franklin County,September 28, 1848  Joshua Whorton to Wm. C. Thomas 50 A.

 

page 222,  February 28, 1862 Richmond T. Chambers to William A. R. Flynn

 

page 223, December 7, 1863 Simeon Lord to Craddick Gober

 

page 223, Hall County, March 16, 1858  John Waters to James L. Waters and William L. Waters, his children all of Hall County, natural love and affection; any and all land and tenements; advanced in life and making suitable provision for the support of himself and his wife, "for kindness and faithfulness"; Already paid to M.W. Rollins and Nancy E Rollins, already paid Newton Suddeth and wife, already paid Rice R. Bates and wife, already paid Richard V. Morris and wife, all children and sons-in law of John and Oneida Waters.  Dated March 16, 1858

 

page 224, August 26, 1861 William L. Waters to James L. Waters

 

page 224, December 24, 1863 Bennett Rylee to Emmons P. Douglass

 

page 226, December 30, 1863 John Gober, $5.00 and "natural love and affection" to my son, Henry J. Gober, my Negro man, Quill, about 45 years and my personal property

 

page 226,  March 17, 1860 Levi H. Shankle of Jackson County, to Henry J. Gober

 

page 227, April 28, 1863 John E Willis to Benjamin Ellard, 400 A. on Hudson River adjoining Asa Griffin, More H. Crow, Elias Sosbee, and the Rileys

 

page 227, June 9, 1863 Henry J. Morris to John Suggs of Habersham County, 500 A. on Silver Creek 912th District adjoining B. Ellard's B. Cox, Dr. Estes, Asa Griffin

 

page 228,  August 4, 1863 Malinda Roper to George W. Suggs

 

page 229, December 9, 1863 T. W. Walker to Bennett Rylee

 

page 230, November 21, 1863 William Acre to Abner Massey

 

page 231,  August 1, 1863 Hope Sims to Alpha Williams of Forsyth County (wife of William D. Williams, daughter of said Hope Sims, "natural love and affection, Julie Ann, Negro girl about 12 years old

 

page 231, October 8, 1863 John W. and S. W. Pruitt to William R. Goss

 

page 232, January 3, 1863  Martha Owen to Jesse Martin, Anderson District, South Carolina, $5.00 and "love and affection for her son in law", Negro woman, "Sarah", and her boy child, "Albert"

 

page 232,  January 15, 1860 Elijah Owen to R. Chasteen

 

page 233,  February 23, 1853 Alanson Forbes, Franklin County, to Micajah Estes of Franklin County

 

page 223,  November 23, 1853 William R. Welbourn of Franklin County to Micajah Estes of Franklin County

 

page 234, January 6, 1860 John Davis of Pickens District, South Carolina, to Rany Chasteen

 

page 235, February 4, 1864 Raney Chasteen to Thomas J. Boyd of Polk County, Tenn.

 

page 235, February 1, 1864 Raney Chasteen to Thomas J. Boyd, Polk County, Tenn. (additional 60 Acres)

 

page 236,  September 24, 1863 Crawford H. Little of Franklin County to William T.M. Brock of Jackson County

 

page 237, January 3, 1863 Martha Owen to John Owen, Anderson district, South Carolina, $5.00  "natural love and affection" to her son, Negro boy, Frank

 

page 237-238, September 8, 1863  James L. Gillsepie to M. P. Alexander,(deed partially copied), James L. Gillespie to M. G. Alexander-completed and recopied

 

page 238, February 23, 1864 James Norwood to Dr. J. W. Garrett, Homer Lots 27 and 28

 

page 238, February 23, 1864 James Norwood to Dr. J. W. Garrett Homer Lots 2 and 127

 

page 240, March 14, 1864 James Norwood to Alanson G. Bowden

 

page 240, December 21, 1851 William Bozwell of Franklin County to W. W. Mayes of the same

 

page 241,  January 2, 1849 William Bozwell to W.W. Mayes, both of Franklin County

 

page 241-242 , September 29, 1855 William W. Mayes of Tuscaloosa County, Ala. to M.H. Thomas of Franklin County

 

page 243,  March 14, 1864 James Norwood to James M.  McDonald

 

page 243, April 5, 1864 Sceny Vaughn to Elizabeth A. Vaughn

 

page 244, September 29, 1863 Thomas Mize of Franklin County to James M. McMillan of Banks County

 

page 245, November 3, 1863 Groves H. Cartledge and David P. Freeman, Administrator of the estate of John Freeman, late of Banks County, to Sumner J. Smith of Town County

 

page 246, June 9, 1864 Thomas N. Garrison to John C. Stephens

 

page 247, July 30, 1862 Madison Strickland of Jackson County to James Rylee of Banks County

 

page 248, July 30, 1862 Madison Strickland of Jackson County to James Rylee of Banks County, release of quit claim

 

page 249, April 19, 1864 James Wade to Edward J. Wade

 

page 249-254, January 27, 1855 "Henry J. Morris's Deeds", Franklin County; James G. Bowden and Alanson G. Bowden

 

page 250, September 2, 1863  Alanson G. Bowden to Henry J. Morris

 

page 251, April 26, 1860 Hall County, Lewis Jones and his wife, Elizabeth W. Jones to Henry J. Morris of Banks County; $200.00, 400 A. on Grove River whereon William Morris lived at time of his death

 

page 252, April 27, 1860 Hall County, John E. Morris to Henry J. Morris of Banks County; $200.00, 400 A. whereon William Morris lived at the time of his death; formerly Hall County, now Banks.

 

page 253, February 23, 1862 J. C. Vaughn, Sheriff, to H.J. Morris, issued by Tax Collector against W. G. Morris

 

page 254,  May 10, 1862 William C. Chambers to R. T. Chambers

 

page 255, March 3, 1861 Henry J. Morris as Administrator of estate of R.T. Chambers, deceased, to W. F. Morris

 

page 256, December 7, 1863 Isaac S. Furr to Henry J. Morris

 

page 257, February 3, 1860 Lot number 24 to Henry J. Morris

 

page 258, May 2, 1864 Deed of Gift, Thomas Garrison to Cisly A. Garrison and Caleb A. Garrison, grandson and granddaughter of said Thomas Garrison, $5.00 "natural love and affection", stock and tools in the possession of William Sheridan and Sarah E. Garrison

 

page 259, February 17, 1865 Articles of Contract and Agreement, Emmons P. Douglass, ordered to Army as a soldier, to George W. Bowden

 

page 261, January 25, 1865 W.C. Chambers to G. W. Pierce

 

page 261, October 21, 1863 Milton Hix to Gibson Hobson of Hall County

 

page 262, November 28, 1864 Aaron Smith to E. G. Hobson

 

page 263, January 27, 1865 William T.M. Brock to Leroy Parks

 

page 264, October 12, 1864 Mary P. Stephens, Administrator of Absalom Stephens (by Will) to John Bond Sr.

 

page 266, December 27, 1864 William Crow to Asa Crow "love and affection"

 

page 267,January 14, 1865  Fountain G. Moss, Administrator of Hudson Moss, deceased, to Clark M. Cash

 

page 268, September 15, 1859 James G. Bowden to G.W. Bowden "Good will and affection I have for my son"

 

page 269, No date Allen J. Bell to Madison Bell

 

page 269, November 25, 1859 Allen D. Candler, Clayton County, Lot 71 in Homer

 

page 270, November 25, 1859 Lot 43 to Allen D. Candler

 

page 271, May 2, 1860 D.L. Baker to John N. Wilson of South Carolina

 

page 272, May 23, 1865 Elizabeth Waters appoint James W. Simmons, attorney in fact;" to sue for property wrongfully taken away from me."

 

page 272, August 9, 1865 John L. Gordon to Madison Bell

 

page 273, September 23, 1865 James F. Vaughn to Richard K. Minish of Jackson County

 

page 274,  February 9, 1865 G.W. Bowden to G.W. Lecroy

 

page 275, November 18, 1863 Obe Brown of Banks County to S.W. LeCroy of Franklin County

 

page 276, December 15, 1863 Tarlton W. Walker to Thomas LeCroy of Franklin County

 

page 277, December 23, 1865 Thomas LeCroy to Susan McCarter

 

page 278, October 5, 1861 J.N. Wilson to James J. Wilson of South Carolina

 

page 279, October 18, 1860 Samuel Fleming to James J. Wilson of Anderson District, South Carolina

 

page 280, June 5, 1860 William P. Colbert to Peyton H. Colbert,Trustee for Caroline M. Colbert, all of Habersham County

 

page 281, August 17, 1860 Habersham County, Peyton H. Colbert, Trustee of Caroline M. Colbert, to Simon Marks of Banks County

 

page 284, September 8, 1859 B.V. Headen, John A. Headen and Tarlton W. Walker, Adms. of estate of Samuel Headen, to James M. Little

 

page 285, September 22, 1859 James M. Little to William B. Headen

 

page 286, April 9, 1850 Habersham County, James B. Maxwell to Fountain G. Moss

 

page 287, September 20, 1855 Habersham County. Fountain G. Moss to William P. Colbert

 

page 288, June 5, 1860 Habersham County, William Colbert to Peyton H. Colbert, Trustee of Caroline M. Colbert

 

page 289, August, 1860 P.H. Colbert, Trustee of Caroline M. Colbert, to Simon Marks

 

page 290, May 5, 1865 James H. Caudell, Administrator, Estate of Benjamin Caudell, deceased, to A. J. West

 

page 291, May 5, 1866 A. J. West sold the same tract to James H. Caudell for identical money

 

page 292 ,February 3, 1860  Promissory note for lot 40  given by Renny Chasteen to Justices of Inferior Court

 

page 292, November 25, 1859 Lot number 33 in Homer to Renny Chasteen

 

page 292, April 5, 1861 Lot number 128 in Homer to Renny Chasteen

 

page 297, February 13, 1860  Mathew Ellison of Jackson County to Amanda Ellison (wife), Josephine Ellison and Oney Ellison, Children "natural love and affection"

 

page 295, October 30, 1860 William Turk to Robert Williamson

 

page 295, April 29, 1865 Robert Williamson to Lawson A. Brown

 

page 296, October 3, 1865 L.A. Brown to A.J. West

 

page 297, February 1, 1866 Michael A. Borders to James M. Wilson

 

page 298, October 25, 1865 William Turk to Andrew J. West

 

page 298, July 18, 1866 D.H. McDonald to A.J. West

 

page 299, July 20, 1865 J.N. Chandler to A.J. West

 

page 300, January 15, 1865 Henry J. Whorton to James C. Broom

 

page 301, July 16, 1866 Justices of the Inferior Court; James M. McDonald, William C. Moss, D. W. Gordon, William T. Martin to James F. Ray, Lot 114 in Homer

 

page 301, December 28, 1865 James Norwood to Armstead Hardy, even exchange

 

page 302, July 14, 1866 William B. Burns to Crawford H. Little of Franklin County

 

page 303, July 20, 1866 Thomas A. Neal to James D. Martin

 

page 305, No Date James L Waters to Emmons P. Douglass, Re-record deed to correct distances of original survey of John Waters

 

page 306, September 11, 1866 Franklin County, George W. LeCroy and Thomas Morris to Augustus C. Halley of Franklin County

 

page 308, November 5, 1865 H.C.C. Poe to A.F. LeCroy of Habersham County

 

page 308, August 29, 1866 Reuben Jordan as security to William Boling to pay James W. Dooley or Bearer on various notes

 

page 310, March 11, 1856 Harris Parsons of Franklin County to Meriwether Parsons of same place

 

page 310, November 7, 1856  Franklin County,Meriwether Parsons to A.G. Bowden

page 311, May 28, 1866 A.G. Bowden to S.I. Bowden of Pickens District, South Carolina

 

page 312, September 15, 1859 James G. Bowden to A.G. Bowden, "love and affection for my son"

 

page 312, Recorded on Banks County November 18, 1866  State of Texas, Bell County, A.W. Collins, guardian of Martha J. Hudson, a minor child of J.F. and D.M. Hudson, now deceased, Guardianship and Power of Attorney, to receive all debts and moneys and effects due said minor.

 

 

page 313, November 19, 1866 George W. Hudson appoint James W. Simmons, Attorney-in-fact to sue for just settlement "belonging to me or my sister, Martha Jane Hudson", only portions of estate of grandfather, Joshua Simmons.  Recorded Nov. 19, 1866

 

page 314, January 1, 1866 Anderson District, S.C., John E. Harper to Thomas Harper

 

page 315 ,November 19, 1862  Lot number 26 in Berlin Community to William S. Meredith

 

page 316, July 26, 1859 Azmon Rucker to John L. Gordon

 

page 316, February 17, 1863 Elliot Rucker to John L. Gordon

 

page 317, October  8, 1866 John L. Gordon to Aaron Bell of Hart County

 

page 318, November 1, 1866 Aaron Bell to Allen J. Bell

 

page 320, November 9, 1865 Asbury A. Vaughan to Willis H. Wade of Habersham County

 

page 321, November 9, 1866 James J. Meaders to William J. Parks of Newton County

 

page 322, February 5, 1864 John C. Stephens to Armour Rucker

 

page 322, February 3, 1860 Justices of Inferior Court to Joseph H. Brewer, Lot Number 74, Homer

 

page 323, February 4, 1867 Floyd County, Ga. James C. Allen to Charles H. Smith

 

page 324, February 3, 1860 Justices of Inferior Court to Joseph H. Brewer Lot 75, Homer

 

page 324, March 27, 1867 Joseph H. Brewer to Madison Bell, Lot 75, Homer

 

page 325v ,March 27, 1867  Joseph H. Brewer to Madison Bell, Lot 74, Homer

 

page 326,  February 18, 1867 William Turk to Madison Bell, Lot number illegible, Homer

 

page 327, March 2, 1865 John C. Stephens to John L. Gordon

 

page 328,  December 14, 1866 Charleston, South Carolina, John Evans Eddings to Clara A. Garrison for "friendship and kind feeling", the homestead of the late John N. Garrison in trust for her and her descendants.  Note-Josephine E. Eddings, the wife of John Evans Eddings relinquished all claim to tract of land

 

page 329, January 1, 1866 John Brooks to Reuben Lemuel and Cinson Brooks, sons, for "natural love and affection"

 

page 330, No date Jesse D. Strange to Mary A. White of Franklin County

 

page 331, March 13, 1867 Promissory Note, John M. Patterson to John Duncan of Franklin County

 

page 332, July 2, 1867 James W. Dooly of Habersham County to James M. Little

 

page 333,  Decembe 12, 1862 Habersham County, Phillip Martin to James W. Dooly

 

page 334,  July 5, 1867 Elizabeth Anglin to William Anglin

 

page 335,  April 29, 1867 Job Watkins to Delila Watkins, daughter, "love and affection"

 

page 335,  April 23, 1867 William Anglin to Teresa Anglin

 

page 336, September 1, 1861 William J. Parks of Newton County to H.H. Parks of Banks, currently residing in Athens

 

page 337, No date,Pickens District, South Carolina, John Brooks appoints James Brooks as "Attorney in all matters of controversy pertaining to my business"

 

page 338, October 1, 1867 John C. Stephens, Sheriff, to John J. J. Sheppard, foreclosure of James Anderson by note of James Norwood

 

page 339, October 12, 1867 Robert Davidson to Edwin N. Wynn

 

page 339, June 28, 1866 Richard L. Hooper to Micajah Martin

 

page 340, February 5, 1867 Elisha P. Headen to Eli J. Rylee

 

page 341, November, 1866 Regular Term of court of Ordinary, Ely J. Rylee, Administrator of A. C. Holley, deceased to Elisha P. Headen

 

page 341, December 17, 1866 Jobis E. Chandler of Murray County and Wife, Rhoda Chandler to John J.J. Sheppard "being the estate of Jedithan Porter"

 

page 342, October 26, 1866 Thomas Mize, Franklin County to John W. King of Habersham County

 

page 343, December 3, 1867 John C. Stephens, Sheriff, to Simon Marks "whereon Martin H. Carson now resides in foreclosure".

 

page 343, August 27, 1866 Joseph Holcomb to John C. Holcomb

 

page 344, January 20, 1848 Habersham County, W.B. Wofford to William Chambers, Sr.

 

page 345, March 14, 1853 Habersham County, William Chambers to James Loggins

 

page 345, June 8, 1857 Habersham County, James Loggins to McKinny Boling "part of original grant to Thomas Greg" (Greggs)

 

page 346, June 28, 1866 Micajah Martin to Nathan B. Hooper

 

page 347, December 3, 1867 John C. Stephens, Sheriff, to Elizabeth H. Key, property of Pierce C. Key, deceased, foreclosed by Sarah A. Ash

 

page 347, October 25, 1867 Mathew B. Hooper to William C. or Willis C. Ayers "natural love and affection for his son in law and his wife

 

page 348, Octoer 25, 1867  Mathew B. Hooper to Richard L. Hooper, as trustee for minor children of Richard L. Hooper, "my grandchildren"; William C. Hooper, Sylvanus M. Hooper, Mathew T. Hooper, and John W. Hooper

 

page 349, October 25, 1867 Mathew B. Hooper, Sr. to Alvin D. Hooper, son "natural love and affection"

 

page 350, October 25, 1867 Mathew B. Hooper, Sr. to James M. Cochran and Mary V. Cochran, "his grandchildren"

 

page 352, January 1, 1868 Aaron Bell to Madison Bell

 

page 352, November 24, 1867 Teresa Anglin to Francinia Anglin (incomplete)

 

page 353,  April 17, 1849 Franklin County, Thomas Farmer to William Turk

 

page 354, January 4, 1868 District Court, Northern District of Georgia, assignee of James McDonald for Estate of Joshua Owen, Bushville, Banks County Ga., bankrupt

 

page 354, November 6, 1867  Willaby Boling, as power of attorney for McKinny H. Boling to James W. Dooly of Habersham County

 

page 355, November 6, 1867 Willaby Boling to James W. Dooly of Habersham County

 

page 356, November 6, 1867  Willaby Boling to James W. Dooly of Habersham County

 

page 357, February 24, 1868 William Turk to James G. Bowden, William H. Turk, Jonathan Morgan, and William M. Ash, Trustees for Homer Presbyterian Church, "for divers good causes and considerations, "  5 A. tract known as the "Presbyterian Lot", beginning at gate of H. J. Morris lot No. 116. to rock corner near the academy.

 

page 358, October 14, 1859 Fulton County, Nancy Toney, John Toney, James Toney, James Lowery and Johnson Parks to William Turk, "release interest and claim from our uncle, Col. William Toney, deceased."

 

page 359, September 8, 1859 James Williams, Greene County, to William Turk, "release interest by will of Col. William Toney, late of Franklin County"

 

page 359, September 30, 1859David Evins (Evans) of Jackson County to William Turk "release claims under will of Col. William Toney, deceased".

 

page 360, October 3, 1859 Monroe County, Ga., Jasper N. Toney to William Turk, "release claim by will of Col. William Toney, deceased".

 

page 360, July 28, 1868 LaFayette County, Arkansas, Elisha Williams and wife, Lucinda Toney Williams to William Turk, "release claim by will of Col. William Toney, deceased".

 

page 361, May 15, 1860 Pulaski County, Arkansas, Ann Toney to William Turk "release claim by will of Col. William Toney, deceased".

 

page 362, February 11, 1868 Bankruptcy, Estate of Reuben Jordan

 

page 363, February 11, 1868 Bankruptcy, Estate of Renny Chasteen

 

page 363, February 11, 1868 Bankruptcy, Burton Rucker

 

page 365, February 11, 1868 Bankruptcy, William Brewer

 

page 367, June 4, 1866 Patterson Dodd to Albert H. Dodd, son, "natural love and affection"

 

page 367. March 27, 1868 Hall County, Sarah C. and James H. Allen to Phill R. Simmons

 

page 368, No date Thomas S. Wells to Frulin C. Davis, "release all claims in estate of Samuel Wells"

 

page 368, August 15, 1866 Benjamin Ellerd to F.F.A. Rich of Habersham County

 

page 369, Franklin County July 10, 1851, John Hill to William Turk

 

page 369, August 5, 1867 Reuben Nunnally to Rachel Nunnally, his wife "natural love and affection"

 

page 370, December 17, 1867  Thomas Bush to Hariett A. E. Bush, daughter, "natural love and affection"

 

page 371, August 11, 1862 Abbeville, South Carolina, Alfred Gailey to Sarah Caroline (Allen) and her heirs, wife of James H. Allen

 

page 372, Copy of Grant from Gov. George W. Towns to Alfred Gaily (Habersham County 10th District) originally purchased Sept 14, 1848

 

page 373, November 4, 1867 Reuben Jordan to Leonard Dalton

 

page 373, January 10, 1868 John C. Oliver and Mary Oliver to David R. Parks of Lumpkin County, 1/5 part of tract as heirs of William Barnwell, deceased

 

page 374, January 20 1868 William G. Morris and wife, Emily (Barnwell) Morris to David R. Parks of Lumpkin County, release claim to 1/5 interest in land of William Barnwell, deceased

 

page 375, January 20, 1868 Elisha M. Smith and wife, Sarah to David R. Parks of Lumpkin County, release claim to 1/5 interest in land of William Barnwell, deceased

 

page 376, January 16, 1868 Daniel Linch(Lynch) and wife, Nancy to David R. Parks of Lumpkin County, release claim to 1/5 interest in land of William Barnwell, deceased

 

page 377, January 20 1868 David Greenway and wife, Sintha to David R. Parks of Lumpkin County, release claim to 1/5 interest in land of William Barnwell, deceased

 

page 378, December 3, 1867 John C. Stephens, Sheriff, to Isaac Furr; property of Williamson Mize fi fa issued in favor of J. N. and T.C Chandler

 

page 378, October 14 1859Fulton County, Ga., Nancy, John, James Toney and James Lowery and Johnson Parks to William Turk, release all interest in estate of Col. William Toney,late of GA. on Webbs Creek

 

page 379, Franklin County November 13, 1856, William Sheridan to James M. McDonald

 

page 380, January 2 1861 William Ward, Franklin County, to James M. McDonald

 

page 381, April 7 1868 James M. McDonald, by Assignees in Bankruptcy, Estes et al. to William C. Richey

 

page 382, February 21, 1861 Justices of Inferior Court to Harvey R. Anderson, Lot number 119, Homer

 

page 382, October 25, 1864 Harvey R. Anderson to James M. McDonald, Lot number 119, Homer

 

page 383, April 7 1868 James M. McDonald by Assignees in Bankruptcy, Estes et al. to James O. Wood

 

page 383, April 7 1868 James M. McDonald by Assignees in Bankruptcy, Estes et al. to Francis Ballew

 

page 385, Franklin County, June 5 1858 John W. Pruitt to George T. Bond

 

page 385,386,387, August 15 1868 Emmons P. Douglass and James K.P Douglass, several parcels including the "John Waters farm"

 

page 387, August 17 1868 John Sheridan to Frances Sheridan Muller, of Pickens District, South Carolina, "daughter" and children by her present husband, Frederick Muller

 

page 388, No date John W. Pruitt, James J. Turnbull, Assignee in Bankruptcy

 

page 388, August 2 1868 Francis M. Owen to Sallie S. Candler, Lot number 22, Homer, known as Owens Grocery

 

Page 389, December 27 1860 Habersham County, William J. Wells to William A. Martin of Banks County

 

page 389, December 17 1867 Hall County, Andrew J. Martin to Micajah Martin

 

page 390, Orange County, Virginia, November 16 1863  Green W.S. Martin of Banks County Ga. to William J. Wells of Banks County Ga. Note-Dated Nov. 16, 1863

 

page 391, June 7 1868 William A. Martin to Micajah Martin

 

page 391, February 21 1868 Bankruptcy of Minyard Sanders

 

page 392, December 11 1866 Craddock Gober to Thomas H. Gober

 

page 393, September 11 1868 William G. Scales to Thomas S. Wells

 

page 394, Court term, October 1867 Sale of Estate of Michael Ragsdale, deceased, by Michael J. Ragsdale, Administrator, to Abner Massey

 

page 394, October 1 1867 Alexander Murray to Michael J. Ragsdale

 

page 396, September 12 1868 Abner Massey to Alexander Murray

 

page 396, December 3 1867 John C. Stephens, Sheriff, to James W. Dooly of Habersham County;  $340.00; 300 A. whereupon James M. Little lived, adjoining John Griffin, E.P. Nunn, J. W. Dooly and others

 

page 397, June 12 1868 James L. Gillespie, Jr., Nancy Gillespie, William P. Gillespie, and Martha J. Meaders to Milton W. Gillespie, Jr.

 

pagge 398, October 25 1867 Mathew B. Hooper Sr. to Mathew B. Hooper Jr., son, "natural love and affection"

 

page 399, November 14 1867 Reuben Jordan to Wiley S. Dudley

 

page 400, Franklin County, December 3 1851  William R. Legg to Gustavus Legg, Jr.

page 400, Fayette County, Alabama, M.H. Thomas, Attorney for Gustavus Legg, relinquishment all claim to deed

 

page 401, November 2 1868 Agreement between Gustavus Legg and W.T. M. Brock

 

page 401, November 27 1867 John Hardy to Thomas H. Gober

 

page 402, November 3 1868  James F. Ray to Nancy H. Ray, release claim to one half tract on Grove River originally granted to Donald McDonald

 

page 403,  December 1 1868 Oliver H. Bond, Administrator, Estate of Honor Cagle, deceased, to Edward M. Wynn

 

page 404, December 28 1868 James Norwood and wife, Epsy Norwood to John Hill

 

page 404, March 30 1868 B. J. Cash to Hiram Cash, "Seth Strange survey"

 

page 405, January 5 1867 John C. Stephens, Sheriff, to Thomas S. Wells where Samuel Wells resided at the time of his death by writ of fi fa issued in Hart County in favor of M. A. Martin, excepting the widow's dower

 

page 407, Habersham County, January 10 1848 Russell Holcomb to W. B. Wofford

 

page 407, January 29 1862 David J. Garrison to Daniel E. Meaders

 

page 408, Franklin County, OCtober 10 1857 William Meaders to Daniel A. Meaders

 

page 409, December 12 1868 Promissory Note from A. W. Henley and Mrs. F. J. Henley to J. E. and T. Harper of Anderson District South Carolina for $100; collateral personal property and Medical Library of 25 volumes

 

page 410,  February 11 1869 John W. Chasteen to Permelia R. Vaughn "in consideration of marriage between them", 121 A. and all personal property she now possesses to be her separate property, however to be used by them both; being "goods and chattels of her late husband, James A. Vaughn".

 

 

 

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