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1819 Oct 19 -- Bk D P 249
James Cloyce and Penelope, his wife, to George KESTERSON for $200.00. Lying on the waters of the Muddy Fork of little River consisting of 25 Acres. Wit. Luke NICHOLS

This indenture made this 19th day of October in the year 1819 between James Cloyse and Penelope his wife of Caldwell County in the State of Kentucky the one part to George Kesterson of Caldwell County and State aforesaid of the other part____. That for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars to them said James Cloyse and Penelope his wife in hand paid before the signing and delivering of thse present the receipt whereof do hereby acknowledge hat bargained granted sol and confirmed by these present do bargain, grant, sell and confirm unto the saide George Kesterson his heirs and assigns ___all that tract & parcel of land situate lying ___ being in the COunty of Caldwell on the waters of teh Muddy Fork of Little River and bound as followeth to wit: Beginning at two post oaks, and black oak then S 86 80 poles to two black jacks, and post oak, thence ___82 poles to a spanish oak sapling near a spring thence ___ 100 poles to the beginning containing 25 acres more or less to have and to hold the aforesaid tract of land with all advantages ___and appurturess thereunto belonging unto the said George Kesterson his heirs and assigns forever, and the said James Cloyse and wife for themsleves their executors, administrators and assigns do covenant and agree to and with the said George Kesterson his heirs and assigns to warrant and forever defent the afforsaid bargained, ___ the said George Kesterson his heirs executors administrators and of any other person or persons ----. The said James Cloyse and wife have hereunto set their hand and sealed today. Signed by James and Penelope. WItnessed by Luke Nichols, George Kesterson Jr. State of Kentucky Caldwell County Clerk. Recorded 12 Aug 1824
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1824 Mar 2 BK D P 299

James Cloyse and Penelope his wife, to George KESTERSON for $287.00. Land lying on the waters of the Muddy Fork of Little River containing 155 Acres and patented to Cloyse 11 Jun 1816 by virtue of Christian Co Court Certificate 2113. Bounded by Jacob COLLINS 200 Acres,Andrew COLLINS Corner, James COLLEY corner in Andrew COLLEY line. Also one other tract containing 3 acres part of 100 acre survey pattented to Nathaniel NICHOLS and Andrew COLLEY by Christian Co Court Certificate - Corner of Andrew COLLEY 200 Acre Survey on west side of the road leading from Hopkinsville to the Saline near a branch, with 400 Acre survey by James COLLEY. Acknowledged before, interlined before assign Ben P CAMPBELL,George KESTERSON Jr., John KESTERSON, John ROGERS. Was transmitted to court of appeals 1 Jan 1825. Penelope appeared before the clerk 12 Aug 1824. James CLOYSE appeared again 9 Dec 1824 and all acknowledged the transaction sound.
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1825 Jan 8 BK D P 460
Charley JOHNSTON to Samuel KESTERSON


This indenture made this 8th day of January 1825 between Charles Johnson of the one part and Samuel Kesterson of teh second part both of Cadlwell Co KY. Charles Johnson for and in consideration of the sum of $350.00 in commonwealth paper the receipt thereof is hereby acknowledged, have this day granted, bargained and sold unto the said Samuel Kesterson , his heirs and assigns forever, the following described tract ofor parcel of land situate lying, and being in the county of Caldwell. Bounded as follows: Beginning at a small post oak in a line of John Moores 200 Acre survey, thence with said line N64W 116 poles to a stake at Morris L west corner, thence S26 W 58 to a stake thence S 40 E 214 poles to a three small post oaks near a road thence N 10 E 100 poles to two black oaks and two small post oaks corner of John Bradleys 200 Acre survey thence N26 E 50 poles to four black jacks N of said 200 Acre Survey. Signed by Charles Johnson and Sarah Johnson their marks. Acknowledged before William Lear and John Kesterson Recorded 29 Nov 1825
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1826 Nov 18
Survey for George Kesterson 15 1/4 Acres of Land in Christian County on the waters of Trade Water by virtue of part of a Kentucky Land Office Warrant No. 16239. Beginning at two white oaks in a line of a survey made for Ben P Campbell - thence with said line N9E 16 poles to a spanish oak in Songs line - there with said line N14 E 82 poles to a post oak and hickory. Amy Bobbits corner thence with her line west 53 poles to a oak and black jack in Elizabeth Campbells line - thence with said line S18 E 100 poles to the beginning. Witnessed by B Campbell and Robert Wuvis. Recorded by Francis Summers for Edw Bradshaw 4 Dec 1826.
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1827 May 15         
BK # P 258 John KESTERSON to Andrew McFADDEN $60.00 for 25 Acres Witness C COLLEY. Recorded 11 Oct 1827

This indenture made this 15th day of May 1827 between John Kesterson of the one part and Andrew McFadden of the other part, all of the County of Caldwell and Commonwealth of Kentucky. Witnesseth that the said John Kesterson for and in consideration of the sum of $86.00 in hand paid him by the said Andrew McFadden the receipt whereof hereby acknowledged, have this day granted, bargained and sold and do by these present grant bargain and sell and confirm unto the said Andrew McFadin and his heirs forever all that tract or parcel of land containing by estimation 25 Acres situate and lying and being in the County of Caldwell, and bounded as followeth. To Wit: Beginning at a black oak in the line of John Kesterson adjoined by Andrew McFaden and thence S78W 6tpoles to two hickory thence S14 E 112 poles to a black oak and post oak in John Kestersons line, thence with Kesterson to the beginning. Together with all an dsingular, the appurtenances there unto belonging or in any wise appertaining and the said John Kesterson for himself, his heirs doth covenant and agree to with Andrew McFadin his heirs, that to him the McFadden his heirs the before and __ mentioned tract or parcel of land with all its appurtenances against the claim of all persons or manner of persons whatsoever will by these present forever warrant and defer. Acknowledge: Campbell/Colley. Recorded by Phelps 6 Oct 1827
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1829 Dec 28 BK F P 148
Nathaniel NICHOLS to William KESTERSON. $1.00 for 200 Acres lying on the waters of the Muddy Fork and Tradewater. Bounded by J BRADLEY, Elizabeth BRADLEY.

This indenture made this 28th day of Dec 1829 between Nathaniel Nichols of Caldwell County and state of Kentucky of the first part and William Kesterson of Caldwell County and the State aforesaid. Witnesseth that the said Nathanial Nichols for and in consideration of the sum of $1.00 to him paid and herefore acknowledged has bargained and sold to William Kesterson by those present. All that land confirming by survey 200 acres lying and being in the County of Caldwell on the waters of teh Muddy Fork and tract bounded as follows. Beginning at 2 black oaks J Bradleys corner, thence N 28 W ?? Poles to white oak thence N78 E 200 poles to a stake then S 150 poles to a stake 12 poles to a hickory and white oak corner Bradleys corner, thence N5E 90 poles to the beginning.
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1833 Jan 4 Moses CADWELL bought land 4 Jan 1833. Deed was delivered to George KESTERSON



1833 Mar 24 BK G P 171
George KESTERSON to John BAKER $300.00 for 112 Acres part of 250 Acres patented to George KESTERSON by virtue of Christian Co Cert 214. Acknowledged by Nathaniel DAVIS/John KESTERSON

This indenture made this 24th day of March 1833 between George Kesterson Jr of the County of Caldwell and State of Kentucky of the one part and John Baker of the County and State aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that the said George Kesterson Jr for and in consideration of the sum of $300.00 to him in hand paid by the said John Baker the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have granted, bargained and sold and do by these present grant, bargain and sell and confirm unto the said John Baker his heirs forever all that tract or parcel of land containing by survey 112 acres it being that of a 250 acre Survey patented to said George by virture of a Christian County Court Certificate No 214 situate, lying and being in the County of Caldwell on the waters of the Muddy Fork of Little River and bounded as follows: Beginning at five post oaks corner of a 150 Acre survey of James Vaughns thence with his line S80 W 68 Poles to two black oaks and a post oak on the west side of a branch thence S5W 140 poles to three post oaks Garrats line, thence S89E 136 poles to two black oaks thence N5E 30 poles to Black Oak, thence with a line of a 200 Acre survey of Susanna Bradleys N20 W 182 poles to the beginning. Together with all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise ppertain and the said George Kesterson Jr for himself his heirs unto the said John Baker his heirs the above described tract of parcel of land with every tract or parcel thereof against the claim or claims of all persons or manner of persons whatsoever claiming, the same, by these present warrant and forever defend. Acknowledged before Nat Davis, John Kesterson. Signed by George Kesterson Jr. Recorded 5 Aug 1833
Submitted by: Christine Walters


1835 Apr 15 BK G P 512
Lazrus NICHOLS to John KESTERSON $98.00 for 100 Acres signed by Lazrus NICHOLS and his wife Elizabeth. Witnessed by CARTWRIGHT & George KESTERSON Sr

This indentue made this 15th dayof April 1835 between Lazarus Nichols of the County of Caldwell and state of Kentucky of the one part and John Kesterson of the County and State aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth. That the said Lazarus Nichols for and in consideration of the sum of $98.00 to him in hand paid by the said John Kesterson the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have this day granted, bargained and sold and do by these present grant bargainand sell and confirm unto the said John Kesterson his heirs and assigns forever, all that tract or parcelof land estimated to contain 100 Acres of land it being that part of a Four Hundred Acre Survey made for Penelope Morris situate lying and being in the County of Caldwell on the Waters of the Muddy Fork of the Little River. Beginning at two poplars at the corner of said PenelopeMorris thence S79W 12 poles to a White Oak said Morris Corner, thence with herline S13W crossing the Princeton Road at 70 Poles course contained in all 98 poles to a Hickory Samuel Dunnings Corner then with his line S14E 186 Poles to two poplar his corner, thence with the corner line of said Penelope Morris N69 1/2 E 116 poles to a black oak stump corner of Scoggins thence N14W 64 poles to a small hickory bush in John Kestersons line thence S79 W 105 poles to a Hickory an White Oak and a drain thence due North crossing the Sam Princeton Rd at 76 Poles in all 180 poles to the beginning. Together with all and singular belonging or in any wise appertaining and the said Lazrus Nichols for himself, his heirs to the said John Kesterson his heirs. Acknowledged J A Cartwright George Kesterson Sr. SIgned by Lazarus Nichols and Elizabeth Nichols ( Her mark) Recorded 20 Aug 1835
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1835 Dec 30 BK H P 86
Samuel & Catherine KESTERSON to Wm CALDWELL for $150.00. Bounded by John S MOORE, John BRADLEY. Recorded 1 Jan 1836

This indenture made this 30th day of December 1835 between Samuel Kesterson of the one part of County of Caldwell and commonwealth of Kentucky and William P Caldwell of the same county and state aforesaid of the other part. Witnessth that the said Samuel Kesterson for and in consideration of the sum of $150.00 to me in hand for the receipt is hereby acknowledged have this day granted, bargained and sold unto the said William Caldwell his heirs and assigns forever the following described tract or parcel of land. Situate lying and being in the county of Caldwell and bounded as follows. To Wit - beginning at a small ??? ash in a line of John S Moors 200 acre survey thence with a line N64W 116 poles to a stake at Moors corner, thence S26W 58 poles to a stake, thence S40E 214 poles to three small oaks near a road thence N10E 100 poles to two black oaks and two smalloaks corner of John Bradleys 200 acre survey, thence N26E 50 poles to four black jacks corner of said 200 acre survey, thence with a line thereof N64W 54 poles to the beginning. Together with all and singular the appurtenances therewith belonging or in any wise appertaining. To have and to hold within bargained and sold premises to their ??/ use. The said Samuel Kesterson for myself, my heirs ado by these present the within bargained and sold premises, to the said William P Caldwell his heirs - will by those present forever warrant and defend. Signe dby Samuel Kesterson and Catherine Kesterson (Their marks) Recorded 1 Jan 1836 Nathaniel Dollain , Clerk
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1836 Jan 18 BK H P 96
George KESTERSON Jr, George KESTERSON Sr and Andrew COLLEY to George H PETTIT. $318.00 154 Acres on Muddy Fork of Little River bounded by Jacob COLLEY, Andrew COLLEY, George KESTERSON, Nathaniel NICHOLS. Witnessed by Luke NICHOLS. Recorded 18 Jan 1836

This indenture made this 1st day of January 1836 between George Kesterson and Andrew Colley bothof Graves County Kentucky and George Kesterson Sr of Caldwell County and Sate aforesaid of the one part and George H Pettitt of Caldwell Co State of Kentucky of the other part. Witnesseth: The Kestersons and Colley for and in consideration of the sum of $318.00 to them in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged by these present, grant, bargain, sell, convey and confirm unto the said George H Pettitt and heirs and assigns forever the following tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Caldwell and on the Waters of the Muddy Fork of Little River, containing 154 acres and bounded as follows: Beginning at a post oak northwestwardly corner of 200 Acre survey made for Jacob Colley, thence N50E 96 poles to a black oak, corner of Andrew Colleys survey, thence N40W 207 poles to a white oak, Andrew Colleys corner on the bank of Wallis Creek and on the south side of the Saline Road thence with N77W 15 poles to a white oak and a road thence S20W to a stake in line of 400 acre survey made for James Colley thence with hisline N88W 26 poles to 2 black oaks George Kesterson's corner with Nathaniel Nichols line thence S107E 205 poles with Kestersons line to 2 black jacks thence N86E 84 poles to the beginning. Together iwth all the appertainances thereunto belonging to have and to hold the said land to the said George H Pettitt his heirs and assigns forever, and the said Kesterson and Colley for ourselves and heirs, executors, administrators and assigns that we the said Kestersons and Colley will warrant and defend the title of said tract of land to the said George H Pettit against the claims and demands of all persons whatsoever. In testimony whereof we the said Kestersons and Colley hath hereunto set our hand and affixed our seals the day and date above written.
Signed by George Kesterson Jr, Andrew Colley and George Kesterson Sr
Acknowledged by Luke Nichols Recorded by N Dallain , Clerk 18 Jan 1836
Submitted by: Christine Walters


1836 Apr 18 BK H P 144
George KESTERSON to George PETTIT. $200.00 200 Acres. Part of 400 Acre survey made by virtue of a Christian Co Court Certificate granted to George KESTERSON situate lying on the Muddy Fork of Little River and bounded by James DAVIS

This indenture made this 18th day of April 1836 between George Kesterson of the county of Caldwell and state of Kentucky of the one part and George H Pettit of the county and state aforesaid of the other part, witnesseth that the said George Kesterson for and in consideration of the sum of $200.00 to him in hand paid by the said George H Pettit the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted, bargained, sold and do by these present grant bargain sell and confirm unto the said George H Pettit his heirs and assigns forever, all that tract or parcel of land estimated to contain 200 acres by the same more or less. It being a part of a 400 acre survey made by virture of a Christian County Court Certificate granted to the said George Kesterson situate lying and being in the county of Caldwell on the water of the Muddy Fork of Little River and bounded as follows to wi. Beginning at a sickamore and black walnut in James Davises line, thence S289 poles to two spanish oaks, thence N71 E 92 poles to 2 -- oaks and black oak, thence S86 E 80 poles to two black jacks and -- oak thence West 37 poles to a black oak and white oak, thence N44 W 89 poles to the beginning. Together with all and singular the appurtances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. And the said George Kesterson for himself his heirs and unto the said George H Pettit his heirs, the aove described tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances against the claim or claims of all persons or manner whatsoever, claiming the same will be those present warrant and forever defend. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day and year within and above written.. Signed by George Kesterson
Submitted by: Christine Walters


1839 May 11 BK I P 221
John BAKER & Nancy his wife to William KESTERSON $50.00 for tract of land on Muddy Fork of Little River. Part of 200 Acre tract patented to James COOK and bounded by James COOK Original South East Corner and by the stage road leading from Princeton to Hopkinsville and by the Cadiz Rd containing 2 acres

This indenture made and entered into this 11th day of May in the year of our Lord 1839 between John Baker of the county of Caldwell and state of Kentucky of the one part and WIlliam Kesterson of the county and state aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Baker for and in consideration of the sum of $50.00in hand paid the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge hath granted, bargained and sold and doth by these present sell, convey and confirm unto the said William Kesterson a certain tract or parcel of land lying being and situate in the county of Caldwell and state aforesaid on the waters of the banks of the Muddy Fork of Little River the same being a part of a 200 acre tract patented to James Cook and bounded as follows. to wit. Beginning on a black ? James Cooks original South East Corner and beginning with his line south 70 West 7 Poles to a black oak in line thence N20 East 47 1/2 poles to a stake at the endge of the stage road leading from Princeton to Hopkinsville, thence with the said road south 59 East 7 poles to a stake at the croping of the Cadiz road, thence 20 West 47 1/2 to the beginning, containing 2 (TWO) Acres be the same more or less. To have and to hold the above described parcel of land to him the said William Kesterson his heirs and assigns forever and the said Baker hereby covenants and agrees to and with said Kesterson to warrant and defent forever the parcel of land with all that appertains thereunto belongs therewith belonging to him the said William Kesterson from the claim or claims of all other persons whatever. In witness whereof the said Baker has hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal this day and date above written.
Signed by John Baker and Wife Nancy Baker
Submitted by: Christine Walters


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