George W. Combs to Sampson Combs Deed
(Transcribed & Donated by Vivian Moon)

 This Indenture made and entered into this 6th day of March 1880 by and between George W. Combs and Malory Combs his wife of the first part and Sampson Combs of the second part each of the County of Lee and state of Kentucky, Witnesseth; that the party of the first part hath this day for and in consideration of the sum of five hundred dollars in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby these present doth grant bargain sell and convey unto the party of the second part all of a certain tract or a parcel of land lying and being in the County and state aforesaid on Billys Fork of Millers Creek beginning at Tobias Smith corner near the creek and running with his line to the top of the dividing ridge between Little Sinking and Billys Fork;  Thence with the top of the ridge around to William Smith corner Thence running with John H. Barrett line to the creek;  Thence down the creek as it meanders to the beginning containing Four hundred acres more or less and the same land sold and deed by Jacob Crabtree to Isum Barrett and the same land sold and deeded Jourdan Neal as Sheriff Estill County to George W. Combs the party of the second part to have and to hold the same from the party of the first part forever and the party of the first part Doth hereby warrant and defend the title the said land unto the party of the second part his heirs or assigns against all claims that is now or may hereafter come against the same in witness whereof we have hereunto set our hand and seals the day and year above written

att.  K. S. Hargis
attest  C. B. Hill D. C.                                                        G. W. Combs
                                                                                             his X mark
                                                                                           Malory Combs
                                                                                             her X mark
State of Kentucky
County of Lee

    I J. N. Lutes Clerk of the Lee County Court; do certify that the foregoing deed from George W. Combs to Sampson Combs was acknowledged by Geo. W. Combs on the 6th day of March 1880 and in July by Malory Combs the same year as appears from the Indorsement thereon which in words and figures are as follows, “ Acknowledged before me in due form of law by Geo. W. Combs this 6th day of Mch. 1810 W. P. Hill C. Lee”  “Acknowledged by Malory Combs wife of G. W. Combs July 1880 C. B. Hill D. C. for W. P. Hill Clk.” and the same was this day lodged for record, whereupon the same and foregoing and this Certificate has this day been duly recorded in my office.
  Given under my hand this 30th day of Nov. 1904
                                                                                             J. N. Lutes, Clerk
 

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