Notes for Thomas Killebrew: DRESDEN, WEAKLEY COUNTY, TENNESSEE DEED RECORD BOOK I, PAGE 556 1850-1851
Register October 11, 1851, at 8 oclock p.m.
Received of Thomas Killebrew one hundred and ten dollars to me in hand paid for the fourth part of a negro man named Charles, a negro man belonging to the estate of Jeptha Boite which I am a heir of the same to which I warrant the said boy Charles to be sound both in body & mind and warrant the title to be good against any other claim that which we assign to be good to the said Killibrew or his heirs or assigns forever. Acknowledged and assigned in the presence of the the 15 of October 1850.
JOHN W. WEBB (seal) MARY ANN WEBB (seal)
Witness Kinchen Killibrew E.A. Old
State of Tennessee This day Kinchen Killibrew and E.A. Old, subscribing witnessee, County of Weakley to the within Bill of Sale. Testify before me that they are personally acquainted with the within named bargainers, and that they acknowledged the execution of the same to be their act and deed for the purpose & considerations there in spicefield, Witenss: C.P. Bondurant, Clerk Weakley County Court at office in Dresden on the 6 Oct. 1851.
25 cents paid, C.P. Bondurant, Clerk W.C. Court.
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