Putnam County Deed Book I, pp. 506-507, between William Hedden and Nancy his wife of Phillips and William M. Hedden of Carmel. Deed was dated 15 May 1835 and recorded 16 May 1835. Consideration was $900 for 45 acres in Carmel. Witnesses were Nathaniel Crawford, Daniel D. Travis and Sally Heden.
Beginning at a stake and stones the east side of the Hollar (Hollow?) crick being a corner of the lot of land that was sold by the 1st part to SAMUEL HEDDEN and in the line of EBENEZAR LOCKWOOD and from thence a easterly course with Lockwood's land a straight line to the land formerly and by ISAAC AUSTIN to a stake and stones being a corner. Thence a northerly course along the same lands to the land of WILLIAM M. HEDDEN land and from thence with the same alnds to a chestnut oak marked being a corner and from thence a westerly course with the same lands of the 2nd part to a (?) sapling now a corner adgining (adjoining) the lands of ISAAC LOCKWOOD. Thence a south course with Lockwood land and from thence with the same to a rock being a corner of the lands that was sold to Samuel Hedden and from thence a easterly course with the said lot to the road and from thence with the same a easterly course to the east side of the crick to a stake and stones being a corner and from thence a southwest course down the crick on the east side of the crick to the stake and stones to the place of beginning.