Robertson County, Tennessee
Deeds

Deed Book A - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Jan 16, 1797
Hugh HENRY to George GORDON
pg 51) This indenture made this sixteenth day of January one thousand seven hundred and ninety seven between Hugh HENRY of the County of Robertson State of Tennessee of the one part and George GORDON of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said Hugh HENRY for and in consideration of the sum of five hundred and sixty five dollars in hand paid, the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged and himself therewith fully satisfied, contented and paid hath given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, alien, convey and confirm unto the said George GORDON, his heirs and assigns forever, a tract or parcel of land containing two hundred and twenty six acres and one quarter of an acre be the same more or less, lying and being in the County of Robertson on the Sulpher Fork of Red River being part of said Hugh HENRYs pre-emption whereon he now lives.
Beginning at a hornbean on the Clay Lick branch, runs South thirty two poles to a hickory, thence West fourteen poles to a stake, thence South two hundred and forty poles to a hickory and dogwood, thence West one hundred and thirty four poles to a sugar tree near the Sulpher Fork, thence North down said Creek two hundred and twenty four poles to the mouth of the Clay Lick branch, thence up said branch as it meanders to the beginning.
To have and to hold the above bargained premises and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining with all and singular the benefits and emoluments thereto and therefrom to arise to the said George GORDON, his heirs and assigns to his only use and behoof forever, and the said Hugh HENRY for himself his heirs, executors and administrators doth covenant, promise and agree to and with the said George GORDON, his heirs and assigns, that to them and them only the land and premises herein conveyed he will forever defend against the lawful claims and demands of all and every person or persons whatsoever whereby the above mentioned premises may be affected or encumbered contrary to the true intent and meaning of these presents.
In witness whereof the said Hugh HENRY hath set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year first above written.
Hugh HENRY (signed & seal)
Registered by me, Bazel BOREN, Reg. R. Co.

Feb 9, 1802
Moses WINTERS to Joseph WASHINGTON
pg 115) This indenture made this 9th day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & two between Moses WINTERS of the County of Robertson of the one part and Joseph WASHINGTON of the County & State aforesaid of the other part, witnesseth that the said Moses WINTERS for and in consideration of the sum of eight hundred dollars in hand paid by the said WASHINGTON to him the said WINTERS the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, he the said Moses WINTERS hat bargained & sold & by these presents do grant bargain, sell, alien, convey and confirm unto the said Joseph WASHINGTON, his heirs and assigns a certin tract or parcel of land situated lying and being in the County & State aforesaid and lying on the South side of Sulpher Fork of Red River, being part of Moses WINTERS deed, preemption containing 204 acres more or less and bounded as follow, to wit, Beginning at a black gum runs West 73 poles to a white oak, thence North 45 degrees West 120 poles to a white oak on the Sulpher Fork Creek, then down the meanders of the Creek as follows, North 10 degrees East 41 poles North 45 degrees East 13 poles, thence North 50 degrees East 67 poles, thence North 40 degrees West 26 poles, thence North 70 degrees West 12 poles, thence West 38 poles, thence North 70 degrees West 32 poles, thence South 70 degrees West 18 poles, thence South 30 degrees West 40 poles, thence South 18 degrees West 40 poles, thence South 5 degrees East 18 poles, thence South 18 degrees East 23 poles, thence South 70 degrees East 6 poles, thence South 20 degrees East 53 poles, thence South 75 poless, thence South 23 degrees East 12 poles, thence South 10 degrees East 13 poles to a double sycamore then with the Bluff of Caleb's Creek North 70 degrees East 40 poles, thence South 55 degrees East 2 poles, thence South 65 degrees East 29 poles to a white oak and to a sugar tree, thence to the beginning.
To have and to hold the said land and granted premises together with all the appurtenances, hereditaments, woods, ways, waters, mines, minerals to the said Jos. WASHINGTON his heirs and assigns forever also all the estate, rights, title, property, claim & demands which I the said Moses WINTERS now has or even had of in and to the said land & premises or any part or parcel thereof and I the said Moses WINTERS doth hereby covenant and agree for myself, my heirs, executors and administrator to and with the said Joseph WASHINGTON, his heirs and assigns that I the said Moses WINTERS my heirs, executors, administrators shall and will warrant and forever defend against all lawful claims or demands of all person or persons whatsoever claiming or demanding the said 204 acres of land whereby the premises may be affected or incumbered contrary to the true intent and meaning of these presents for value rec'd.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day and date above written.
Moses WINTERS (signed & seal)
Signed, sealed & delivered in presence of Miles KIRBY, Andrew WASHINGTON

Mar 20, 1802
Thomas YATES to William RAGSDALE
pg 116) This indenture made this 20th day of March in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & two between Thomas YATES of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and William RAGSDALE of the County & State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said Thomas YATES for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars in hand paid have bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain sell and convey unto William RAGSDALE his heirs and assigns one hundred acres of land, more or less, lying and being in the County of Robertson on Red River.
Beginning at a black oak on the bank of the river, runs with a line made by said YATES & RAGSDALE to a spanish oak, thence North the whole length of YATES survey to a stake on the North side of the river, thence East and South meanderings the river to the beginning so as to include all said YATES survey lying on the North side of Red River to have and to hold to the said William RAGSDALE his heirs and assigns forever, and the said YATES doth for himself his heirs and assigns to warrant and forever defend the aforesaid land and premises against himself his heirs or any person claiming under them his heirs and all persons whatsoever unto the said William RAGSDALE, his heirs.
In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day and date above written.
Thomas YATES (signed & seal)
Reg. B. BOREN, Reg. R. Co.

July 15, 1806
George GORDON to Samuel HENLEY
pg 256) This indenture made this the fifteenth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six between George GORDON of the County of Livingston and State of Kentucky, Samuel HENLEY of the State of Tennessee and County of Robertson for and in consideration of the sum of $270.00 current money of the State of Tennessee to him in hand paid before the sealing and delivering of these presents the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge hath granted, bargained and sold, aliened and confirmed and by these presents doth grant, bargain, alien and confirm unto the said Samuel HENLEY his heirs, a certain tract or parcel of land containing six hundred and thirty acres lying in the State of Tennessee and the County of Robertson on the waters of Buzzard Creek, deed bearing date the 14th day of August one thousand eight hundred and five, and bounded as follows, to wit, Beginning at a hickory a white oak and black oak on David JONES West boundary running West 240 poles to two post oaks thence South 440 poles to a spanish oak and to maples thence East 240 poles to a stake thence North to David JONES Southwest corner in the whole 440 poles to the beginning to hold the said tract or parcel of land containing six hundred and thirty (630) acres, be the same more or less, with all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging unto the said Samuel HENLEY his heirs and assigns forever to his and their proper use and behoof and the said George GORDON for himself his heirs and assigns the said tract or parcel of land unto the said Samuel HENLEY shall and will warrant and forever defend against the claim of the said George GORDON his heirs and assigns but not otherwise.
In witness whereof the said George GORDON hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day month and year first above written.
George GORDON (signed and seal)
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of
Test, J. HENLEY, Peter HINKLE, Wm HENLEY
Robertson County Court August term 1806 the within deed was proven in open Court by the oath of Josiah HENLEY & Wm HENLEY and ordered to be registered.
Test, Thos JOHNSON, C.R.C.
Registered, Bazel BOREN, Reg. Robt. Co.


Deed Book B - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

May 15, 1797
George GORDON to James & David JONES
pg 113) This indenture made this the 15th day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety seven between George GORDON of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and James and David JONES of Davidson County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of seven hundred and ninety one dollars to him in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged by the said George GORDON to fully satisfied, confirmed and paid hath given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed and confirmed and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, alien, convey and confirm unto the said James & David JONES their heirs and assigns forever, a certain tract or parcel of land containing two hundred and twenty six acres be the same more or less lying and being in the County of Robertson on the Sulpher Fork of Red River, being part of Hugh HENRYs pre-emption whereon he now lives. Beginning at a hornbean on the Claylick branch, runs South thirty two poles to a hickory, thence West fourteen poles to a stake, thence South two hundred and forty two poles to a hickory and dogwood, thence West one hundred and thirty four poles to a sugar tree near the Sulpher Fork, thence North down said Creek two hundred and twenty four poles to the mouth of the Claylick branch, thence up said branch as it meanders to the beginning. To have and to hold the above bargained premises and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining with all and singular the benefits and emoluments there and there from to arise unto them the said James & David JONES their heirs and assigns to their only use and behoof forever and the said George GORDON for himself his heirs, executors, administrators doth hereby covenant, promise and agree to and with the said James and David JONES their heirs and assigns that unto them and them only the land and premises hereby conveyed he will warrant and forever defend agains the lawful claims of every person or persons whatever, whereby the premises above mentioned may be affected or encumbered contrary to the true intent and meaning of these presents.
In witness whereof the said George GORDON hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year above written.
George GORDON (signed & seal)
Signed, sealed and delivered in presents of
James APPLETON, John APPLETON
Registered by Bazel BOREN, Reg. Robt. Co.


Deed Book E - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Aug 18, 1807
William McADOOE to Samuel McALILY
pg 98) This indenture made this eighteenth day of August one thousand eight hundred and seven between William McADOOE of Indian territory & County of Knox of the one part and Samuel McALILY of the State of Tennessee & County of Robertson of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration fo the sum of one thousand dollars to him in hand paid the receipt and payment is hereby acknowledged have bargained, sold and confirmed by these presents do bargain, sell, convey and confirm unto the said McALILY his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract of or parcel of land situate lying & being in the State of Tennessee & County of Robertson on the South fork of Red River butted and bounded as follow, (to wit) Beginning about sixty poles below a Rocky Spring in the river bank at a spanish oak on the river thence East one hundred and sixty nine poles to a black oak South to the river thence down the meander of said river to the OLER patent line a stake in river thence with patent line West to a stake thence North two hundred & ten poles to a stake then East forty poles to the beginning estimated to contain two hundred acres be the same more or less being part of a tract of land containing two hundred and seventy four acres grant to the said William McADOOE by the State of North Carolina grant bearing date the eleventh day of July one thousand seven hundred and eighty eighty and No. 701 which two hundred acres be the same more or less I the said William McADOOE doth grant unto the said Samuel McALILY his heirs and assigns with all the appur-
pg 99) tenances thereunto belonging and rents issues and profits arising therefrom unto the said Samuel McALILY his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns To have and to hold the only proper use and behoof of him the said Saml McALILY his heirs and assigns forever and the said William McADOOE for himself and his heirs, executors and administrators and assigns do hereby covenant, promise and agree that he will at all times hereafter warrant and forever defend the title of said land unto the said Samuel McALILY his heirs and assigns against all claims and demands of any person or persons whatsoever whereby the above mentioned premises may be affected an incumbrance contrary to the true intent and meaning of these presents in Witness whereof the said William McADOOE hereunto set my hand and seal this day and date first above written
Signed, sealed & delivered
William McADOOE
in presents of interlined before assigned the words receipt & payment is hereby acknowledged
James GAMBILL, Alexander GORDON
Robertson County Court Oct term 1807
This deed was proven in open Court by the oaths of James GAMBILL & Alexander GORDON and ordered to be registered, Test, Thos JOHNSON
Registered by Bazel BOREN, R.O.C.


Deed Book F - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Aug 9, 1804
Alexander GORDON from Lewis BARKER
pg 40) This indenture made this ninth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and four between Lewis BARKER of the State of Kentucky and county of Livingston of the one part & Alexander GORDON of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the other part witnesseth that for the consideration of the sum of five hundred and fifty dollars in hand paid to the said BARKER the receipt whereof is hereby fully acknowledged hath granted, bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed, confirmed & by these presents covenant, bargain, sell, alien convey & confirm unto the said Alexander GORDON his heirs & assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Robertson containing two hundred acres be the same more or less on Red River beginning at the said BARKERs beginning corner white oak on the State line runs South forty poles to McADOOes line thence West with said line 170 poles to a red __ then South with said line two poles to a stake & small bush marked in said McADOOEs line thence a line agreed on between Joseph McDOWEL on said GORDON North eighty acre and half, East forty seven poles to two spanish oaks, thence South forty East thirty two poles to the Spring Branch thence South seventy two East crossing the said branch forty five poles to a small cherry tree in said BARKERs old plantation, thence North forty five East seventy seven poles to a post oak North eighty one half, East one hundred poles to a stake in the BARRENS, North one hundred and twenty poles to a stake in the State line, thence with the State line South seventy four degrees West four hundred and forty four poles to the beginning with the appurtenances & all rents and profits to him belonging or appertaining to have and to hold the said land and premises hereby granted with the appurtenances unto the said Alexander GORDON his heirs & assigns forever and the said Lewis BARKER for himself his heirs, exrs & admr doth by these presents warrant & defend the said land & premises to him the said Alexander GORDON his heirs and assigns forever, In witness whereof the said Lewis BARKER hath hereunto set his hand & affixed his seal the day & year first above written.
Lewis BARKER (signed & seal)
Test, James GAMBELL
Jo McDOWELL
B. BOREN Reg Robertson County Court November term 1804
This deed was produced in open Court by the oath of James GAMBELL & ordered to be registered. Test, Thos. JOHNSON

Aug 14, 1804
George GORDON from James MENESS
pg 78) This indenture made this 14th day of August one thousand eight hundred and four between James MENEES Sheriff of the County of Robertson of the one part and George GORDON of Livingston County and State of Kentucky of the other part witnesseth that whereas by virtue of a writ of ___ ___ founded on a judgement obtained by George GORDON against John ELLIS issued from the Court of Pleas & Quarter sessions held for the County of Robertson on the third Monday in the town of Springfield and by virtue of the writ aforesaid directed to the Sheriff of Robertson County aforesaid requiring him the said Sheriff to cause to be made the sum to satisfy the judgement aforesaid and a further sum of ___ at office accruing in the suit aforesaid and witness the said James MENEES did in pursuance of the writ aforesaid expose to public sale agreeable to law one tract of land containing 630 1/2 butted and bounded as follows, to wit, Beginning at a hickory white oak & black oak on David DORRIS West boundary line running West 240 poles to two post oaks then South 440 poles to a spanish oak two ___ poles then East 240 poles to a stake then North going to David JAMES Soutwest corner and in his line in the ___ of the land North line 440 poles to the beginning on the __ day of and sell the same to the said George GORDON who was the highest bidder for the sum of fifty one dollars & seventy five cents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged. Now the said James MENEES for & in consideration of the premises aforesaid and by virtue of the authority vested in him by law as Sheriff aforesaid doth by these premises bargain, sell, release, convey & confirm unto the said George GORDON all that tract of land contained within the bounds aforesaid with all and singular the rights, privileges, emoluments, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining to have and to hold the same with the premises aforesaid to the only proper benefit & behoof of him the said George GORDON his heirs & assigns forever against the claim of the said John ELLIS but not otherwise. In witness whereof the said James MENEES as Sheriff aforesaid hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and date above written.
Jas. MENEES (signed & seal)
Signed, sealed and delivered in presents of Thos SELLERS, William STARKS
Robertson County Court May term 1805
This deed was proven in open Court by the oath of William STARKS and ordered to be registered. Test, Thos. JOHNSON

Aug 9, 1804
Alexander GORDON from Lewis BARKER
pg 199) This indenture made this ninth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and four between Lewis BARKER of the State of Kentucky and County of Livingston of the one part and Alexander GORDON of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the other part witnesseth that for the consideration of the sum of five hundred and fifty dollars in hand paid to him the said Lewis BARKER, the receipt whereof is hereby fully acknowledged hat granted, bargained, sold, aliened & conveyed and confirmed and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell, convey and confirm unto the said Alexander GORDON his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land lying in Robertson County containing two hundred acres be the same more or less lying and being in Robertson County on Red River beginning of the said BARKERs beginning white oak in the State line running thence South 40 poles to McADOOEs line
pg 200) thence East with the said line one hundred and seventy poles to a red oak thence South with the said line ten poles to a stake and small bush marked on the said McADOOEs line thence a line agree on between Joseph McDOWEL and said GORDON North eighty one and a half, East forty seven poles to two spanish oaks thence South forty East thirty two poles to the Spring Branch, thence South seventy two East crossing the said branch forty five poles to a small cherry tree in the said BARKER's old plantation thence North forty five, East seventy seven poles to a post oak, thence North eighty one and one half, East one hundred poles to a stake in the BARREN's thence North one hundred and twenty five poles to a stake in the State line, thence with the State line south seventy four, West four hundred and fifty four poles to the beginning with the appurtenances thereunto belonging and all rents, ___ and profits to him belonging or appertaining To have and to hold the said lands and premises hereby granted with ___ acres unto the said Alexander GORDON his heirs and assigns forever and the said Lewis BARKER for himself his heirs, executors, administrators doth by these presents warrant and defend the said land and premises to him the said Alexander GORDON his heirs assigns forever. In witness whereof the said Lewis BARKER hath set his hand and affixed seal the day & year first above written.
Lewis BARKER (his seal)
In witness of
James GAMBELL, W. KIRKLAND, James McDOWEL


Deed Book G - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Mar 14, 1809
Edmund EDWARDS from Alexander GORDON
pg 142) This indenture made this fourteenth day of march in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nine between Alexander GORDON of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Edmund EDWARDS of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for the consideration of the sum of one thousand five hundred dollars in hand paid to him the said Alexander GORDON the receipt whereof is hereby fully acknowledged hath granted, bargained, sold, conveyed and confirmed and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell, convey and confirm unto the said Edmund EDWARDS his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land lying in Robertson County on Red River beginning at white oak on the State line it being the beginning corner of a tract of four hundred acres granted by the State of North Carolina to Lewis BARKER and conveyed by the said BARKER to Alexander GORDON running thence South forty poles to McADOOE's line thence
pg 143) East with said line one hundred and seventy poles to a red oak thence South with the same line ten poles to a stake and small bush marked in the said McADOOE's line thence a line agreed on between Joseph McDOWELL and said GORDON North eighty one and a half East forty seven poles to two spanish oaks thence South fourty East thirty two poles to the Spring Branch thence South seventy two East crossing the said branch forty five poles to a small cherry tree in BARKERS old plantation thence North forty five East seventy seven poles to a post oak thence North eighty one and a half East one hundred poles to a stake in the barrens thence North one hundred and twenty five poles to a stake in the State line thence with the State line to two water ___ SMITH HAMPTON's corner thence Southward by to three hornbeans and ___ saplings on the West side of the Spring branch thence West sixty two poles to a black oak and hickory bush thence North eighty eight poles to a poplar and two small hickory's on the State line thence with the State line to the beginning with the appurtenances thereunto beloning and all rents issues and profits to him belonging or appertaining to have and to hold the said land and premises hereby granted with the appurtenances unto the said Edmund EDWARDS his heirs and assigns forever and the said Alexander GORDON for himself his heirs, executors, administrators doth by these presents warrant and forever defend the said land and premises to him the said Edmund EDWARDS his heirs and assigns forever against
pg 144) the claim of any person or persons whatsoever whereby the above mentioned paremises may be affixed or incumbered contrary to the true intent and ___ of these presents in witness whereof the said Alexander GORDON hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year first above written.
Alexander GORDON (signed & seal)
Witnesses present James GAMBELL, Robert HAMILTON
Robertson County Court April term 1807. This deed was acknowledged in open Court by said GORDON and ordered to be registered.
Test, Thos. JOHNSON C.R.C.
Registered by B. BOREN


Deed Book J - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Feb 14, 1810
Alexander GORDON from William HUEY
pg 1) This indenture made this 14th day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & ten between William HUEY of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Alexander GORDON of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said William HUEY for and in consideration of the sum of thirteen hundred dollars to him in hand paid the receipt and payment whereof is fully acknowledged the said William HUEY hath given, granted, bargained & sold and by these presents doth give, grant, bargain and sell unto the said Alexander GORDON his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Robertson & State of Tennessee on the waters of Red River beginning on the North side of the river at two cherry trees running South three hundred & twenty poles to a post oak thence West one hundred and sixty poles to Theophilus MORGAN's fence thence North with said fence twenty five poles to the corner thence West one hundred and sixty poles to a stake on the original line thence North two hundred and sixty poles to a stake on MOORE's line, thence East with said
pg 2) line two hundred and twenty poles to the corner, thence North twenty six poles to the line of the original survey, thence East one hundred poles to the beginning containing five hundred & eighty and (be the same more or less) To have and to hold the aforesaid tract or parcel of land together with all the priviledges, benefits & appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining unto him the said Alexander GORDON his heirs & assigns forever & the said William HUEY for myself my heirs, executors & administrators doth covenant, promise & agree to and with the said Alexander GORDON his heirs and assigns do warrant & forever defend the said tract or parcel of land free & clear of all incumbrances whatsoever & from the lawful claim or demand of any person or persons whatsoever claiming thereunto the said Alexander GORDON his heirs and assigns forever in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day & year first above written.
William HUEY (signed & seal)
Signed, sealed & delivered in presents of Thomas JOHNSTON, Anderson CHEATHAM

May 10, 1810
Alexander GORDON from William HUEY
pg 13) This indenture made this 10th of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ten between William HUEY of the County of Robertson & State of Tennesee of the one part and Alexander GORDON of the County & State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of fifty dollars & seventy cents to him in hand paid by the said Alexander GORDON at or before the sealing & delivering of those presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted, bargained, sold and delivered and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell and release, convey & confirm unto the said Alexander GORDON his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land located and being in the County of Robertson & State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of fifty dollars & seventy cents to him in hand paid by the said Alexander GORDON at or before the sealing & delivering of those presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted, bargained, sold and delivered and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell and release, convey & confirm unto the said Alexander GORDON his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land lying & being in the County of Robertson & State aforesaid on the waters of Red River containing twenty five acres more or less beginning at a maple on John HUEYs line, thence South forty eight poles to a sweet gum on McDOWELL's line, thence eighty
pg 14) three poles to a post oak JOHNSON's line, thence North forty eighty poles to ___ corner on a post oak, thence West eighty three poles to the beginning to have and to hold the above mentioned land and premises contained within the above mentioned bounds forever all priviledges, rights, appurtenances thereunto belonging and the said William HUEY & for himself, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns forever warrant and defend the above land and for ___ unto the above mentioned Alexander GORDON his heirs and assigns forever against the lawful claims and demands of all persons whatsoever whereby the above ___ land and premises may ___ contrary to the intent and true meaning of these ___ witness unto the said William HUEY hath set hand and affixed his seal this day and above mentioned.
William HUEY (signed & seal)
Test, James BENTON, Edward NATHAN
pg 15) Robertson County Circuit Court April term 1811 the foregoing deed William HUEY to Alexander GORDON was acknowledged in open Court by said William HUEY.
Test, Thomas JOHNSON Clk
Received August 15th 1811 three and half cents the tax fee on this deed let it be registered.
James TUNSTALL, C.R.C.C.

Sep 10, 1811
Bartley PITTS & James LYNN Junr. from State of Tennessee - Sep 10, 1811
pg 17) State of Tennessee - No. 31 - To all to whom these presents shall come: Greeting, Know ye that by virtue of a certificate No. 249 for 640 acres dated August 15th 1807 obtained from the board of commissioners for West Tennessee by James BYRNES and entered the third day of September 1807 there is granted by the State of Tennessee unto Bartley PITTS and James LYNN Junr. assignees of the said James BYRNES and their heirs a certain tract or parcel of land containing four hundred acres being part of said warrant lying in Robertson County
pg 18) in the first district twelfth range & first section Beginnning at Joseph McDOWELL's Northeast corner on three post oaks on the state line and running South with his line one hundred and seventy nine poles to a stake thence East three hundred and fifty poles to a black oak thence North two hundred thirty poles to a stake in the state line thence South eighty two degrees West with the state line three hundred and eighteen poles to the beginning surveyed the nineteenth day of September 1807 with the appurtenances To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with appurtenances to the said Bartley PITTS and James LYNN Junr. and their heirs forever In witness whereof John SEVIER, Governor of the State of Tennessee hath hereunto set his hand and caused the great seal of the State to be affixed at Knoxville on the thirteenth of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eight and of the independece of the United States the thirty second
by the Governor John SEVIER
B. HOUSTON, Secretary
pg 19) Examined, recorded and examined Book first page & 9 - 1811 August 13th __ rec'd and ordered to be registered.
Test, James TUNSTALL, CRC
Bartley PITTS & James LYNN are entitled to the within mentioned tract of land. D. McGOVOCH, register West Tennessee.

Nov 15, 1810
John TRAUBAUGH from Alexander GORDON
pg 31) This indenture made this fifteenth day of November one thousand eight hundred and ten between Alexander GORDON of the State of Tennessee & County of Robertson of the one part and Jno TRABAUGH of the State & County aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for and in the consideration of the sum of one hundred and twenty five dollars the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted, bargained, sold, conveyed and confirmed and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell, convey and confirm unto the said John TRAUBAUGH his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land situate lying & being in the State and County aforesaid bound as follows, Beginning on the West side of the Spring on three hornbean saplings and ash running West sixty two poles to a black oak and hickory bush, thence North eighty eight poles
pg 32) to a poplar and two small hickory's on the State line, thence East with the State line sixty two poles to two white oaks, thence Southwardly to the beginning so as to include the West sprout of the Spring containing thirty four acres be the same more or less being part of a tract of land granted to Lewis BARKER by the State of North Carolina which land ghirty four acres be the same more or less I the said Alexr GORDON my heirs & will at all times hereafter warrant and forever defend the said land and premises against all and every claim whatever unto the said John TRAUBAUGH his heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns forever to have & to hold the said land and presents with all rents, issues and profits arising thereon from to use, occupy and enjoy the same in ___ possession him, his heirs & forever against all and every other claim that may be set in the
pg 33) clear of all encumbrances. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and date first above written.
Alexr GORDON (signed & seal)
Signed, sealed & delivered in presence of
Martin WALTON
John GORDON
Robt EWING
Jno WEBANK
Wm TRAUBAUGH
Robertson County Circuit Court April term 1811 the goregoing deed Alexander GORDON to John TRAUBAUGH was acknowledged in open Court by said Alexr GORDON.
Test, Thos JOHNSON, Clk
Rec'd Aug 15th 1811 three and a half cents tax on this deed let it be registered.
Jas TUNSTALL, Clk

Apr 3, 1812
William RAGSDALE from Mary ISBELL
pg 229) Know all men by these presents that we William RAGSDALE Senr and Mary ISBELL of Robertson County and State of Tennessee have entered into the following contract (to wit) that I William RAGSDALE Senr of Logan
pg 230) County and State aforesaid have agreed and do hereby agree that the said Mary ISBELL of Robertson County and State of Tennessee may and shall forever hereafter have a right to dispose of all and singular the property she now possesses in any way she may see fit provided she and myself enter into a marriage contract or in other words the real or personal estate of said Mary ISBELL to be after marriage as completely at her own disposal as it is now and the said Mary ISBELL doth hereby agree with him the said William RAGSDALE that she will not by vesture of said marriage claim by vesture thee of any part or parcel of the estate of said Wm RAGSDALE wither real or personal but that we severally and jointly agree that we do hereby relinquish all right to the or interest on the property or estate of each other given under our hands and seals this 4th day of Febr 1812.
William RAGSDALE (signed & seal)
Mary ISBELL (signed & seal)
Test, Abraham MOORE, A.M. CAMPBELL
1812 Febr Proven by the oaths of Abraham MOORE and Archibald CAMPBELL and ordered to be registered.
Test, Jas. TUNSTALL


Deed Book L - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Feb 8, 1814
Joseph PITTS from the State of Tennessee
pg 10) The State of Tennessee No. 5348, To all to whom these presents shall come, greeting: Know ye that by virtue of part of certificate No. 249 dated August 15th, 1807 obtained from the board of commissioners of for ___ Tennessee by James BYRNS and entered on the 30th day of January 1808 by No. 1309. There is granted by the said State of Tennessee unto Joseph PITTS assigns of the said James BYRNS a certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred acres lying in Robertson County in the first district near the Goose Pond tract Beginning at a post oak marked M.G. Northwest of a spring called James HOGAN Spring ten poles and near the
pg 11) Northeast corner of Bazel BORENs old survey running West thirty eight poles to a stake in the BARRENs, thence South twenty three poles to a post oak on Bazel BORENs line, thence East forty six poles to his corner a black oak, thence South one hundred and four poles to a spanish oak, thence East one hundred and seventeen and one fourth poles to a black jack, thence North one hundred and twenty seven poles to two hickories, thence West one hundred twenty five and one fourth poles to the beginning surveyed February 2nd 1813 by H. JOHNSON.
With the hereditaments and appurtenances to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances to the said Joseph PITTS and his heirs forever in witness whereof Willie BLOUNT Governor of the State of Tennessee hath hereunto set his hand and caused the great seal of the State to be affixed at Nashville on the eighth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fourteen and of the independence of the United States, the thirty eighth.
By the Governor Willie BLOUNT
W.G. BLOUNT, secretary
Joseph PITTS is entitled to the within mentioned tract of land.
D. McGAVOCH, Register of West Tennessee State of Tennessee Robertson County received April 6th 1815 ten cents State tax on this grant let it be registered. Jas TUNSTALL, Clk

Mar 18, 1814
Elisha WILLIS from Jos PITTS
pg 15) This indenture made this 18th day of March in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and fourteen by and between Jos PITTS of the State of Tennessee and County of Robertson of the one part and Elisha WILLIS of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said PITTS for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars to him in hand paid by the said WILLIS the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath given, granted, bargain, released and conveyed to the said WILLIS a certain tract of land lying on the South side of Red River beginning at a post oak
pg 16) marked M.G. Northwest of a spring called James HOGANs spring ten poles and near the Northeast corner of Bazel BORENs old survey running West thirty eight poles to a stake in the BARRENs thence South twenty three poles to a post oak on Bazel BORENs line, thence East forty six poles to his corner a black oak, thence South one hundred and four poles to a spanish oak, thence East one hundred and seventeen and one fourth holes to a black jack, thence North one hundred and twenty seven poles to two hickories, thence West one hundred twenty five and one fourth poles to the beginning containing one hundred acres be the same more or less it being a tract of land granted to Jos PITTS by the State of Tennessee by patent dated February the 2nd 1813 and I the said Joseph PITTS for myself, my heirs and assigns do warrant and forever defend the aforesaid tract of land to E. WILLIS from me, my heirs or any person claiming in through or under me in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this day and date first above written.
Jos PITTS (signed & seal)
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of us
Test, Geo BARBEE, Michael FINLEY
Robertson County Court February term 1815 this indenture from Joseph PITTS to Elisha WILLIS was acknowledged in open Court by the said Joseph PITTS to be his act and deed and by the Court ordered to be registered.
Test, Jas TUNSTALL, Clk

Aug 9, 1814
HUEY's heirs from Lewis RAGSDALE
pg 77) This indenture made the ninth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & fourteen between Lewis RAGSDALE of the County of Logan & State of Kentucky of the one part and John HUEY, Enoch HUEY, Joseph HUEY, James HUEY, Morgan HUEY, Polly BRYANT, Sarah HUEY heirs and representatives of William HUEY deceased of the County of Robertson County & State of Tennessee of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred
pg 78) & twelve dollars in hand paid by the said William HUEY in his lifetime to the said Lewis RAGSDALE the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted, bargained and sold, aliened, conveyed & confirmed unto the heirs of William HUEY dec'd as above named their heirs & assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being on the middle fork of Red River on Robertson County Beginning at a black gum on the river bank thence running across the plantation a South direction to a post oak in the barrens thence a West direction to a white oak in the timber thence a South direction to the back line of the said tract thence along the said line an East course to a post oak thence South to a black jack thence East to SIGLER's line, thence North to two hickorys, thence East to a red oak thence North one hundred & forty poles to a persimmon thence down the meanders of the river to the beginning containing one hundred & forty five acres be the same more or less To have and to hold the said land and bargained premises to the said heirs of William HUEY dec'd, their heirs and assigns to their only proper use and behoof forever and the said Lewis RAGSDALE for himself his heirs, Executors & administrators doth covenant, promise and agree to and with the said heirs of Wm HUEY dec'd that the land and premises
pg 79) hereby conveyed he will warrant and forever defend against the just claim of all person or persons whatsoever lawfully claiming the same, In witness whereof the said Lewis RAGSDALE hath hereunto set his hand & affixed his seal the day and year first above written.
Leis RAGSDALE (signed & seal)
John LISCOLLECT
Isaac H. DORRIS
Sampson MATTHEWSJun.
Robertson County Court February term 1815
This indenture from Lewis RAGSDALE to the heirs of William HUEY deceased was proven in open Court by the oath of Sampson MATTHEWS & Isaac H. DORRIS subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered.
Test, James TUNSTALL (signed & seal)


Deed Book M - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Aug 17, 1816
Baptist Church from Martin WALTON
pg 121) Know all men by these presents that I Martin WALTON of Robertson County and State of Tennessee for and in consideration of the love and affection that I bear towards the Church of Jesus Christ under the character or title of the United Baptists and particularly that part of them composing the Baptist Church of Christ known by the name of the Cave Spring Church in said County and for their accomadation & use as a place to hold and carry on their religious worship of Almighty God I do hereby give and grant unto Meredith WALTON, William SALE & Charles POWELL and their ___ in office (Trustees for the said Cave Spring Church) in trust for the use and benefit of said church & their ___ of the United Baptist ___ order & by these presents do give, grant, alien, convey & convey unto the said Trustees in trust for the said Cave Spring Church & their ___ in that order of Religious Worship forever. All my rights, title, interest, claims or demands whatsever to one certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in Robertson County containing by survey three and one half acres (including the spot whereof the Cave Spring Baptist meeting house now stands) and bounded as followeth, to wit, Beginning
pg 122) at a post oak saplin a beginning corner of said WALTONs in a South boundary line of Doctor ___ 640 acre survey and running thence West with his line twenty eight poles to a stake corner on Dr GLOUCESTERs line thence South with GLOUCESTERs line twenty poles to a hickory saplin in said line thence EAst twenty eight poles to a stake thence North twenty poles to the beginning with its appurtenances together with all the estate rights, title, interest, possessions, claims or demands whatsoever of me the said Martin WALTON my heirs, executors or assigns to the aforementioned threee and one half acres of land & premises to the said Trustees in trust for the said Baptist Church of Christ and their sucessors of the United Baptist order forever. In witness whereof I the said Martin WALTON have hereunto set my hand and seal this seventeenth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixteen.
Martin WALTON (signed & seal)
In the presence of George THOMAS, Samuel SAYLE, Thomas COOK
pg 123) Robertson County Court November term 1816
This indenture from Martin WALTON to the Baptist society was proven in open Court by the oath of George THOMAS and Thomas COOK subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered.
Test, James TUNSTALL Clk


Deed Book N - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

July 16, 1816
George BARBEE from State of Tennessee
The State of Tennessee No. 9472
pg 74) To all to whom these presents shall come, greeting:
Know ye that by virtue of part of certificate No. 2062 dated the second day of March 1815 issued by the register of West Tennessee to Major GREGORY and entered on the second day of March 1815 by No. 14635. There is granted by the said State of Tennessee unto George BARBEE ___of the said Major GREGORY a certain tract or parcel of land containing four hundred and ninety three acres by survey bearing date the third day of August 1815 lying in Robertson County in the first District on the waters of Red River and bounded as follows, to wit, Beginning at a stake the Southeast corner of John HOLLAND's fifty acre tract running West with his line two hundred and ninety five poles to a stump and post oak said HOLLAND's corner, thence South with his line twelve poles to the corner post oak then West thirty poles to pointers on said BARBEE's line thence South with his line sixty nine poles to a post oak and black jack in RUMINER's line, thence East with said line thirty poles to the corner post oak thence South with his line 120 poles to the corner hickory thence West with his other line 30 poles to a hickory HAMPTON's corner, thence South with his line 112 poles to a black jack ROSES corner, thence East with his line 120 poles to a stake in HOGUE's line, thence North with his line
pg 75) 92 poles to the corner black oak thence East with his other line 205 poles to a stake in SMITH HAMPTON's line, thence North with his other line 220 poles to the beginning with the hereditaments and appurtenances. To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances to the said George BARBEE and his heirs forever. In witness whereof Joseph McMINN Governor of the State of Tennessee hath hereunto set his hand and caused the great seal of the State to be affixed at Knoxville on the sixteenth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixteen and of the Independence of the United States the forty first.
By the Governor Jos. McMINN
Wm Alexander, secretary
George BARBEE is entitled to the within mentioned tract of land.
D. McGAVOCH, Register of West Tennessee
Recorded in the Registers office of West Tennessee May 16, 1817
D. McGAVOCH, Reg.
State of Tennessee Robertson County - October 23rd, 1817
Received forty nine cents and three mills the State tax on the grant let it be registered.
Ja TUNSTALL, C.K.C.


Deed Book P - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Feb 2, 1821
WALTON From WALTON
pg 407) This indenture made and entered into this second day of February one thousand eight hundred and twenty one between Martin WALTON of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and David J. WALTON of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred dollars to him in hand paid by the said David J. WALTON the receipt and payment whereof in the said Martin WALTON doth hereby acknowledge himself therewith fully satisfied, contracted and paid and hath given, granted, bargained and sold aleined, conveyed and confirmed and by these presents doth give, grant, bargain and sell, aleinate and confirm unto the said David J. WALTON his heirs and assigns forever a tract or parcel of land containing sixty acres , fifty acres of which was granted to Thomas JONES No. 6025 the other ten acres was granted to John STARK by virtue of certificate
pg 408) No. 2712 and dated the second day of August one thousand eight hundred and seventeen the survey bearing date 8th day of October the same year lying and being in Robertson County and State of Tennessee in the first district butting and bounding as followeth, to wit, Beginning at three post oaks near and old road leading from Bazel BOREN's (now Henry HARTS) to William BENSON's and running due East eighty poles to two post oaks, thence due South one hundred and twenty seven poles to a hickory in FLOOD's line thence West with said line fifty seven poles to the corner stake in RAY's line, thence North with his line twenty seven poles to a hickory in Martin WALTON's line, thence West twenty one poles to his the said WALTON's corner on a black oak, thence due North one hundred poles to the Beginning including the place known by the name of the hickory ___ to have and to hold the aforesaid bargained premises and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining with all and singular the benefits and hereditaments these are therefore to arise unto him the said David J. WALTON his heirs and assigns to his only use forever and the said Martin WALTON for himself his heirs Executors and Administrators doth hereby covenant ___ and agree to and with the said David J. WALTON his heirs and assigns that unto them only the land and premises
pg 409) above mentioned be the said Martin WALTON bind himself his heirs Executors, Administrators and assigns forever to warrant and defend the title of said land against the lawful claim and demand of any person or persons whatsoever, In witness whereof the said Martin WALTON doth hereunto set his hand and seal this day and date first above written.
Martin WALTON (signed & seal)
Signed, sealed & deliverd in the presence of us Samuel G. SAYLE, H. FREY
Robertson County Court February term 1821. This indenture from Martin WALTON to David J. WALTON was acknowledged in open Court by said Martin WALTON and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL, CRC

Apr 10, 1818
William RAGSDALE from Tennessee
pg 505) The State of Tennessee No. 11405
To all to whom these presents shall come, greeting: Know ye that by virtue of a certificate No. 2079 dated the 27th day of March 1815 issued by the
pg 506) Register of West Tennessee to Wm LITTLE and entered on the 27th day of March 1815 No. 14194 there is granted by the said State of Tennessee unto Wm RAGSDALE assignee of the said Wm. LITTLE a certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred acres by survey bearing date 13th day of September 1815 lying in Robertson County in the first district on the waters of Red River bounded as follows, to wit, beginning at a red oak Thos. YEATS Northwest corner on WILLIAMS line running South one hundred & forty three poles to a red oak in said RAGSDALE's line, thence West with said line seventy three poles to a stake corner to a ten acre survey belonging to said RAGSDALE, thence North with said line twenty eight poles to the corner red oak, thence West with other line forty eight poles to a red oak, thence North one hundred and fifteen poles to a stake in WILLIAMS line, thence East with line one hundred & twenty poles to the beginning with the hereditaments and appurtenances to have & to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances to the said William RAGSDALE and his heirs forever in witness whereof Joseph McMINN Governor of the State of Tennessee hath hereunto set his hand and caused the great seal of the State to affixed at Knoxville on the tenth
pg 507) day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & 18 and of the Independence of the United States the forty second.
By the Governor Jos McMINN
Daniel GRAHAM, secretary
Recorded in the office of the Register of West Tennessee May 26th 1819. D. McGAVOCH, Reg
William RAGSDALE is entitled to the within tract of land. D. McGAVOCH, Reg of W. Tennessee
State of Tennessee Robertson County
July 12, 1821 Received ten cents the State tax on the grant, let it be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL, C.R.C.

July 7, 1817
William RAGSDALE from State of Tennessee
pg 507) The State of Tennessee No. 10303
To all to whom these presents shall come, greeting: Know ye that in consideration of ___ ___ performed by ___ ___ to the State of
pg 508) North Carolina Warrant No. 5001 dated the 24th day of November 1797 and entered on the 14th day of Jan 1811 by No. 5756 there is granted by the State of Tennessee unto William RAGSDALE asignee of the heirs of the ___ ___ a certain tract or parcel of land containing fifty acres part of said warrant by survey bearing date 17th day of July 1812 lying in Robertson County in the first district on the North side of Red River near the Wild Cat Hollow and bounded as follows, to wit, beginning on a fork a black jack on Joel MOORE's East boundary line of a sixty acre tract in the BARREN's and running East one hundred poles to a post oak, thence West one hundred poles to a hickory on STALLION's line, thence North with the said line and MOOREs line to the beginning with the hereditaments & appurtenances to have & hold the said tract or parcel with it's appurtenances to the said William RAGSDALE and his heirs forever in witness whereof Joseph McMINN Governor of the State of Tennessee hath hereunto set his hand & caused the great seal of the State to be affixed at Knoxville on the 7th day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand
pg 509) eight hundred & seventeen and of the Independence of the United States the forty second.
By the Governor Jos McMINN
Daniel GRAHAM, secretary
Recorded in the Registers office of ___ Tennessee
D. McGAVOCH, Register
William RAGSDALE is entitled to the mentioned tract land
D. McGAVOCH, Reg.
State of Tennessee Robertson County July 12, 1821
Received five cents the State tax grant, let it be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL C.R.C.


Deed Book Q - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

June 18, 1821
Theophilus MORGAN Junr from William RAGSDALE
pg 212) This indenture made this eighteenth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty one between William RAGSDALE of the County of Robertson State of Tennessee of the one part and Theophilus MORGAN Junr. of the County of Robertson and State aforesaid the other part witnesseth that the said William RAGSDALE for and in consideration of the sum of two thousand dollars to him in hand paid by the said Theophilus MORGAN the receipt payment whereof is hereby acknowledged
pg 213) given, granted, bargained, sold, aliened, confirmed and conveyed unto the said Theophilus MORGAN Junr the tract or parcel of land (to wit) first one tract or parcel containing one hundred acres be the same more or less situate lying and being in the County of Robertson and State aforesaid lying on Red River Beginning at a black oak on the bank of the river running with a conditional line made by RAGSDALE and YATES running to a spanish oak thence North the whole length of Thomas YATES survey to a stake on the ___ side of Red River thence East and South and ___ the river to the beginning so as to include the said Thomas YATES survey lying on the North side of the river and being the whole of the land specified by the said YATES to William RAGSDALE - Secondly, one other tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the County of Robertson and State aforesaid on Red River containing __ acres more or less bounded as follow (to wit) Beginning at a black jack on Joel MOORE's East boundary line of ___ tract in the barrens & running East one hundred poles to a post oak thence South eighty poles to a stake thence West __ hundred poles to a hickory on STALLION's line thence North with said line and MOORE's line to the beginning granted by the State of Tennessee to the said William RAGSDALE by No. 1030? __ lastly one other tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the County aforesaid on Red River containing __ acres more or less bounded as follows, to wit, beginning ___on said RAGSDALE's old line and runs thence twenty __ and one half poles to a black oak thence East fifty sixe poles to a hickory thence South twenty eight and a half poles to a stake on said __ line thence West with the said line
pg 214) to the beginning granted by the State of Tennessee to William RAGSDALE by No. 11208 to have and to hold the before mentioned and bargained premises to Theophilus MORGAN Junr, his heirs and assigns to and the said William RAGSDALE doth agree for himself, his heirs, executors or administrators to forever warrant and defend the right and title of the before mentioned land and bargained premises free from the just claim or claims of all and every person or persons whatsoever claiming the same or any part thereof. In testimony the said William RAGSDALE hath herein set his hand and affixed his seal this day and day first aforesaid written.
William RAGSDALE (signed & seal)
Thos. A. SIMMONS, Thos. YATES
Robertson County Court November term 1821. This indenture from William RAGSDALE to Theophilus MORGAN Junr was proven in open Court by the oath of Thos. YATES and Thos. SIMMONS subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL, Clk

Dec 20, 1820
John P. CHAMBERS from Moses McCORLEY
pg 350) This indenture made this twentieth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty between Moses McCORLEY of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and John P. CHAMBERS of the County of Humphrey of the other part witnesseth that the said Moses McCORLEY for and in consideration of one thousand and fifty dollars to him in hand paid by the said John P. CHAMBERS the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted, bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed and confirmed unto the said John P. CHAMBERS his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land situate lying & being in the County of Robertson and State aforesaid on Beaver Dam Creek containing by examination two hundred and twenty five acres it being the same more or less including the plantation whereon the said Moses McCORLEY now lives Beginning at a red oak David HENRY's Southeast corner running thence North with said HENRY's line two hundred and twenty six poles to a stake in the barrens said HENRY's Northeast corner thence East one hundred and sixty poles to a red oak John CROCKETT's corner thence South with CROCKETT's line twenty three poles to a black oak thence South seventy poles to BUKON's line
Pg 351) West with said line to the place of Beginning to have and to hold the aforesaid land with all and singular the rights, profits, emoluments, hereditaments & appurtenances ___ in and to the same belonging or in anywise appertaining to the only proper use and behoof of him the said John P. CHAMBERS his heirs and assigns foerver and said Moses McCORLEY for himself his heirs, executors and administrators doth covenant and agree to and with said John P. CHAMBERS his heirs and assigns the below receipted land and bargained premises he will warrant & forever defend against the right, title, interest or claim of all and every person whatsoever in witness whereof the said Moses McCORLEY hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year first above written.
Moses McCORLEY (signed & seal)
Test, William HENLEY, John CONE
Robertson County Court March term 1822
This indenture from Moses McCORLEY to John P. CHAMBERS was acknowledged in open Court by said McCORLEY to be his act and deed and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL C.R.C.

Nov 19, 1821
Joseph PITTS from George BARBEE
pg 366) This indenture made this nineteenth day of November in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and twenty one between George BARBEE of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Joseph PITTS of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said BARBEE for the love and affection he has towards the said Joseph PITTS hath given, granted and aliened, conveyed
pg 367) confirmed unto the said Joseph PITTS his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land containing twenty eight and one fourth acres lying and being in Robertson County on the waters of Red River butted and bounded as follows, to wit, beginning at a stake the Southeast corner of Major GREGORY's twenty eight & one fourth acre tract running west with said line one hundred twenty four poles to a stake in said line thence North thirty six & two thirds poles to the beginning with the appurtenances and every part & parcel thereof to have and to hold the before mentioned land and bargained premises to the said Joseph PITTS his heirs & assigns forever and the said George BARBEE for himself, his heirs, executors, administrators doth hereby covenant, promise and agree to and with the said Joseph PITTS, his heirs and assigns that the before mentioned land and bargained premises he will covenant and forever defend __ himself his heirs or any person or persons claiming __ or under them in witness whereof the said BARBEE hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal this day and date first above written.
George BARBEE (signed & seal)
Bartley PITTS, Robert B. GORDON

Aug 13, 1821
Bartley PITTS from Robert B. GORDON
pg 369) This indenture made the 13 day of August 1821 between Robert B. GORDON of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Bartley PITTS of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred eighty two dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged the said Robert B. GORDON bargained and sold & all that tract of land lying and being in Robertson County on the waters of Red River & butted and bounded as follows, to wit, Beginning at a stake the Southeast corner to Joseph PITTS twenty eight & a fourth acre tract running ___ with said line 124 poles to a red oak thence South __ poles to a stake thence East 124 poles to a stake on ___ line thence North to the beginning with the appurtenances and priviledges and advantages that in any wise belong to the said land and
pg 370) premises to the said Bartley PITTS his heirs, assigns forever and the said Robert B. GORDON for himself, his heirs, executors and administrators will forever warrant and defend the right and title of the above mentioned land to Joseph PITTS, his heirs and assigns forever the day and date above written.
Signed & sealed Robert B. GORDON
Robertson County Court August term 1821. This indenture from Robert B. GORODN to Joseph PITTS was acknowledged in open Court by Robert GORDON to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded.
Test, Wm SEAL Clk

Aug 1821
Bartley PITTS From Robert & Milly GORDON
pg 370) This indenture made and entered into the __ of August 1821 between Robert B. GORDON and Milly GORDON his wife of the one part and Bartley PITTS of the other part all being of the State of Tennessee and County of Robertson witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of nine hundred and seven dollars to him in hand paid the __ is hereby acknowledged the said Robert B. GORDON and Milly GORDON his wife has bargained, __ all that tract of land that hath fell to the __ & Milly GORDON from the connection of Joseph PITTS dec'd on butted and bounded
pg 371) land lying in Robertson County on the waters of Red River & beginning at the Spring Branch on an Elm, hickory and walnut it being Joseph PITTS Northeast corner of number four running South sixty three degrees West 106 poles to a black jack it being a corner to Joseph PITTS and Susannah STRICKLAND thence South 150 poles to a black jack thence East 130 poles to a stake thence __ 38 poles to a hickory thence East 20 poles to a post oak thence North 60 poles to a stake in the Spring Branch thence down the branch to the beginning containing one hundred & forty seven acres be the same more or less with the appurtenances to have and to hold the aforesaid land and premises with every right, profit, advantage that may in any wise belong to the __ & unto the aforesaid Bartley PITTS his heirs & assigns forever I the said Robert & Milly GORDON themselves their executors & administrators & do forever warrant and defend the right and title of said land __ unto the said Bartley PITTS and his assigns forever __ and date above written.
Robert B. GORDON (signed & seal)
Milly GORDON (her mark & seal)
Robertson County Court August term 1821
This indenture from Robert Gordon & Milly Gordon & Bartley PITTS was acknowledged in open Court __ Robert GORDON & Milly GORDON to be their __ deed and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL C.R.C.

Nov 19, 1820
Bartley PITTS/James LYNN From George BARBEE
pg 372) This indenture made this the nineteenth day November in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and twenty between George BARBEE of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Bartley PITTS and James LYNN of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said BARBEE for the love and affection he bares towards the said Bartley PITTS and James LYNN hath given, granted & aliened and confirmed unto the said Bartley PITTS and James LYNN his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land containing fifty acres be the same more or less lying & being in Robertson County on the waters of Red River butted and bounded as follows, to wit, beginning at a stake the Southeast corner of Elisha WILLIS __ acre tract running West with said line one hundred & twenty four poles to a stake thence South 7 __ to a stake in CARTER's line thence East 124 poles to a stake in William DORRIS line thence North the beginning with the appurtenances and every part and parcel thereof to have and to hold the before mentioned land and bargained premises to the said Bartley PITTS & James LYNN the heirs and assigns forever and the said __ for himself his heirs executors & administrators
pg 373) do hereby warrant, promise and agree to and with the said Bartley PITTS and James LYNN, their heirs and assigns that the before mentioned land and bargained premises he will warrant and forever defend against himself his heirs or any other person or persons claiming from or under them in witness whereof the said BARBEE hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year above written.
George BARBEE (signed & seal)
Test, Robert B. GORDON, Elisha WILLIS
Robertson County Court May term 1821
This indenture from George BARBEE to Bartley PITTS & James LYNN was acknowledged in open Court by said BARBEE & ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL C.R.C.

Nov 25, 1820
Bartley PITTS From William RICE & Others
pg 373) This indenture made this twenty fifth day of November eighteen hundred & twenty between William RICE, James RICE, Dicey RICE, Sarah RICE & Susannah & heirs of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Bartley PITTS of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that said William, James, Dicey, Sarah & Susannah for and in consideration of thirty dollars to them is __ paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath given, granted, bargained, released, conveyed unto the said Bartley PITTS & a certain parcel of land
pg 374) lying and being in the County and State aforesaid it being our __ as heirs at law of John STRICKLAND deceased as respects the land of said deceased to all whom it concerns but understood that the said William, James, Dicey, Sarah and Susannah have sold and conveyed to the said Bartley PITTS all the interest that we hold as heirs at law of John STRICKLAND deceased that is to say to a certain tract of land which was granted to the said dec'd by the State of Tennessee which grant calls for one hundred acres and binds on Joseph PITTS on the South, Emsley BEASLEY on the East and Robert B. GORDON on the West with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging in any wise whatsoever and we the said William, James, Dicey, Sarah and Susannah will at all times warrant and forever defend the right and title of said land to Bartley PITTS and his heirs forever against the lawful claim or claims of any other person whatsoever in witness whereof we have hereunto set our hand and affixed our seals the day and year first above written, signed, sealed & delivered in presence of William RICE (signed), James RICE (his mark), Sarah RICE (her mark), Susannah STRICKLAND (her mark)
Test,
Joseph PITTS
Elisha WILLIS
Burwell PITTS
pg 375) Robertson County Novr term 1821
This indenture from Wm RICE, James RICE, Sarah RICE, and Susannah STRICKLAND to Bartley PITTS was proven in open Court by the oath of Burwell PITTS and Joseph PITTS subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL, C.R.C.

Jan 25, 1821
Bartley PITTS from Henry STRICKLIN
pg 375) This indenture made and entered into this twenty fifth day of January one thousand eight hundred and twenty one between Henry STRICKLAND of the State of Tennessee and County of Robertson of the one part and Bartley PITTS of the same place of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of ten dollars in hand the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged by said Henry STRICKLIN heir of John STRICKLAND deceased hath bargained, sold, conveyed and confirmed and by these presents doth bargain, sell, convey and confirm unto the said Bartley PITTS his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land all the interest I have as heir of the said John STRICKLAND deceased to the undivided part of one hundred acres of land lying and being in the State and County aforesaid granted to the said John STRICKLAND by the State of Tennessee as for me the said Henry STRICKLAND & for myself, my heirs and assigns firmly by these presents warrant and forever defend the title of land unto the said Bartley PITTS his heirs & forever free from
pg 376) all incumbrances whatever in testimony whereof have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and date above written.
Henry STRICKLAND (his mark & seal)
Signed, sealed & delivered in presence of us
Test, James ROSE, Laborn EDWARDS, James LYNN, Joseph PITTS, Wm COPELAND
Robertson County Court Novr term 1821
This indenture from Henry STRICKLIN to Bartley PITTS was proven in open Court by the oath of Joseph PITTS & William COPELAND subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL Clk

Mar 1, 1820
Thomas FISHER from Alexander GORDON
pg 518) This indenture made this first day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty between Alexr GORDON of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Thomas FISHER of the State and County aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of twenty five hundred & thirty five dollars & twenty five cents in hand paid by the said Thomas FISHER the said GORDON the receipt and payment whereof is hereby
pg 519) acknowledged hath granted, bargained and by these presents doth grant, bargain and sell unto the said Thomas FISHER, his heirs and assigns forever a certain parcel of land lying and being in the County of Robertson containing twenty five acres more or less beginning at a maple on John HUEY's line thence South twenty eight poles to a sweet gum on McDOWELL's line thence East eighty three poles to a post oak JOHNSON's line thence North forty eight poles to Eli JONES's corner at a post oak thence West eighty three poles to the beginning the above tract of land was conveyed by William HUEY survey to Alexander GORDON the tenth day of May one thousand eight hundred and ten. Also one other tract of land containing four hundred and fifty eight acres lying and being in said County on the waters of Red River being the place on which said FISHER now lives and butted and bounded as follows, to wit, beginning at a post oak thence Southeast corner of the original survey on __ James BREHAN's line running South eighty eight and one half degrees West one hundred and seventy and one half poles to a stake thence North ninety and one half degrees East seventy poles to a stake thence North eighty and one half degrees West eighty three poles to a red oak thence North eighty four and one half degrees West twenty nine poles and seven links to a black oak thence North eighty one & a half degrees West thirty six poles to a red oak thence North thirty four poles and two links to the middle of the road thence with the meanders of the road as follows, to wit, No thirty nine and a half degrees East twenty poles North thirty five degrees East, fifteen poles North, three degrees East, thirteen poles North ___ & one half degrees West eighty poles North ___East sixteen poles North sixty one half degrees East, six poles North thirty two & half degrees nineteen poles North five and a half degrees eight poles north twenty four & one half East eight poles North sixteen degrees East
pg 520) fourteen poles North twenty three degrees __ poles North two degrees East seven poles __ seventeen and one half degrees East twenty poles North ten degrees East nine poles North twenty degrees East thirteen poles North ten and a half East eight poles North twelve degrees West __ poles North five degrees West ten poles North seven and a half degrees East eleven poles eight links to a hickory North eighty seven __ East ninety one poles to a black oak __ degrees West twenty one poles and ten links three post oaks growing together North seven degrees East one hundred & thirty three poles crossing the River to a cherry tree Doctor B__ thence South one fourth of a degree East on B__ line three hundred and twenty four to the beginning to have and to hold the above mentioned two tracts of land with the appurtences to the said Thomas FISHER his heirs and assigns to their proper use and behoof forever and Alexander GORDON for himself his heirs and administrators doth hereby covenant in and agree to and with the said Thomas FISHER his heirs and assigns that the before two tracts of land I bargained, promise to warrant and forever defend against the lawful claim of all person or persons lawfully the same in witness whereof the said Alexander GORDON hath hereunto set his hand and his seal the day and year first above written.
Alexr GORDON (signed & seal)
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of us
John VANHOOK, William GORDON, William MORGAN, Anthony FISHER


Deed Book R - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Nov 12, 1823
Alexander GORDON to Dempsey POPE
pg 355) This indenture made this 12the day of November one thousand eight hundred and twenty three between Alexander GORDON of the State of Tennessee of the one part and Dempsey POPE of the same State and County aforesaid of the other part in witness whereof I the said Alexander GORDON for and in consideration of the sum of eight hundred dollars to him in hand paid by the said Dempsey POPE the receipt whereof I the said Alexander GORDON hath hereby acknowledged and hath bargained and sold and conveyed and confirmed and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell a certain tract of land & unto the said Dempsey POPE lying and being in the County of Robertson and State aforesaid on the waters of Red River & bounded as follows, beginning at a black jack the Southeast corner of Robert GORDON's survey and running West 280 poles with the said Robert GORDON's to HART's then South with HART's & STARK's to Charles POPE line thence East with the said Charles POPE, him and James ROBERTSON's to a post oak the Southeast corner of the old survey then North with A. WASHINGTON's line the beginning 98 acres the said more or less of land with all its appurtenances thereunto belonging to the only proper use of him the said Dempsey POPE his heirs and assigns forever in witness whereof I the said Alexander GORDON me and my heirs will warrant and forever defend against all rights, titles, claims and of all persons whatsoever unto the said Dempsey D. POPE and his heirs forever the above tract of land in witness whereof I the said Alexander GORDON hath hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the same day and date first above written.
Alexander GORDON (signed & seal)
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of witnesses A. WASHINGTON, W.W. GORDON, R.B. GORDON
pg 356) Robertson County Court November term 1823
This indenture from Alexander GORDON to Dempsey POPE was proven in open Court by the oath of Andrew WASHINGTON and Robert B. GORDON subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL Clk


Deed Book S - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

July 20, 1820
Alexander GORDON from James EAST
pg 160) This indenture made this twentieth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty between James EAST of the County of Madison and State of Illinois of the one part and Alexander GORDON of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of twenty eight hundred dollars paid before the sealing & delivering of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged the said James EAST bargained and sold and by these presents doth bargain sell alien convey and confirm all that tract or parcel of land lying situate and being in the County of Robertson it being the same which said A. GORDON now lives on containing five hundred and ninety two acres the same more or less and bounded as follows viz. Beginning at a post oak about sixty poles East of BARKER's old road opposite to a walnut grove of timber running North to Jesse COBB's corner and with his line two hundred and eighty five poles to a stake thence West two hundred and forty poles to a stake thence South two hundred and eighty five poles to a black oak thence East two hundred and forty poles to the beginning and also another survey adjoining the original beginning at a stake the Northeast corner of a survey granted to Martin DUNKIN where on the said GORDON now lives thence West with the said line two hundred and twelve poles to a hickory thence North forty four poles to two hickories on WILLIS's line thence East with said line sixty eight poles to his corner thence North with said line seventy four poles and a half to a black jack thence East sixty eight poles to a stake thence South seven poles to the corner of another survey belonging to said GORDON continuing with his line seventy four and a half poles to his corner
pg 161) at a black jack thence East with his line passing his corner at sixty poles in all seventy six poles to a stake thence South forty four poles to the beginning also another survey bounded by the original as follows, beginning on a black jack on Martin DUNKIN's line nine poles from his Northeast corner running West with said line sixty poles to a black jack thence North sixty seven poles to a black jack thence East sixty poles to a stake thence South sixty seven poles to the beginning. Also another survey joining the original beginning at a black jack on said GORDON's Northwest corner on WILLIS's line twenty two poles to a post oak on PAISLEY's line thence East with his line one hundred and forty three poles to the corner stake on the line of another survey beloning to said PAISLEY thence South with said line twenty four poles to the corner hickory thence East with his line forty five poles to a black oak in MASON's line thence South with his line fory six poles to a post oak on EDWARDS line thence West with his line sixty seven poles to a black oak thence South with said EDWARDS' line twenty eight poles to a stake the corner of said GORDON's twenty five acre survey thence West with said line twenty poles to a black jack thence North with said GORDON's line seventy six poles to a stake his corner thence with his line one hundred and thirteen poles to the beginning with the appurtenances thereunto belonging to have and to hold the aforesaid land and premises hereby granted unto the aforesaid Alexander GORDON his heirs & assigns forever and said EAST doth for himself, his executors, administrators and assigns doth hereby covenant and agree that he will at all times warrant and defend the said land and premises unto said Alexander GORDON, his heirs & assigns forever
pg 162) against the right, title, interest or claim of any person or persons whatever in testimony whereof he the said EAST hath hereunto set his hand & seal the day and year first above written, sealed & delivered in presence of us
James EAST (signed & seal)
Robert GORDON, Jeremiah RICE
Robertson County Court August term 1821
This indenture from James EAST to Alexander GORDON was proven in open Court by the oath of Robert GORDON and of the subscribing witnesses and the hand writing of Jeremiah RICE the other subscribing witness was proven by the oath of Burwell PITTS and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL, Clk

Aug 13, 1821
Robert GORDON from Bartley PITTS
pg 162) Know all men by these presents that I Bartley PITTS of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand & fifty dollars to me in hand paid have bargained, sold & delivered to Robert GORDON of the County & State aforesaid three Negroes named as follows, __, a woman about 29 years old, Jasper a boy about 4 years and 6 months old, __ a boy about 4 months old and the said Bartley PITTS do warrant and forever defend the right of said Negroes against the lawful claim of any other person or persons. August 13 day 1821. Bartley PITTS
Robertson County Court August term 1821
This bill of sale from Bartley PITTS to Robert GORDON was acknowledged in open Court by said PITTS to be his act and deed and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL, Clk

Oct 13, 1821
Robert GORDON from A. WASHINGTON
pg 164) This indenture made the thirteenth of October in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & twenty one between Andrew WASHINGTON of the one part and Robert GORDON of the other as witnesseth that for in the consideration of the sum of one hundred and fourteen dollars to me in hand paid the receipt is hereby acknowledged hath given, granted, bargained and sold unto the said Robert GORDON, his heirs & assigns a certain tract or parcel of land bounded as follows (viz) Beginning at a post oak being EDWARDS marked Southwest corner running East sixty nine poles to a white oak on the banks of the Spring Branch thence up the Spring branch thirty degrees South of East thirty two poles to a sasafras thence West eighty five poles to a hickory on GORDON's line thence to the beginning twenty seven poles to the beginning with all wood, waters, minerals which I the said Andrew WASHINGTON bind myself, my heirs and administrators and executors firmly by the presents forever to warrant and defend the aforesaid premises from the lawful claim of all and every person lawfully claiming the __ but unto the said GORDON, his heirs & assigns forever. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the day & date above written in the presence of
Andrew WASHINTON (signed & seal)
James DOSS, J.G. WASHINGTON
Robertson County Court November term 1821
This indenture from Andrew WASHINGTON to Robert GORDON was acknowledged in open Court by said WASHINGTON to be his act and deed and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL, Clk

Nov 8, 1821
Robert B. GORDON from Alexander GORDON
pg 165) This indenture made this the eighth of November in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & twenty one between Alexander GORDON of the one part and Robert GORDON of the other part both of Robertson County & State of Tennessee as witnesseth that I Alexander GORDON for & in the consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars to me in hand paid the receipt is hereby acknowledged hath given, granted, bargained & sold unto the said Robert GORDON, his heirs & assigns a certain tract or parcel of land in the County aforesaid & on the waters of Red River and bounded as follows Beginning at a blocak oak on WASHINGTON's line running North one hundred & ten poles to a hickory in EDWARDS line then West fifty seven poles to a red oak then South fifty two poles to a hickory then West two hundred & twenty to an ash in John DORRIS' line thence North fifty six poles to a hickory it being John MORGAN's Northwest corner thence East two hundred and seventy seven poles to the begiunning with the woods, waters, minerals & hereditaments thereunto belonging to have and to hold whereunto I bind myself, my heirs, executors, administrators forever to warrant and defend the same against the lawful claim of all and every person or persons claim the __ unto the said Robert GORDON his heirs & assigns forever. In testimony whereof I have set my hand and affixed my seal the day & date above written in the presence of Alexander GORDON (signed & seal)
James McDOWELL, William W. GORDON
Robertson County Court September term 1822. This indenture from Alexander GORDON to Robert GORDON was proven in open Court by the oath of James McDOWELL and William W. GORDON subscribing witnesses thereunto and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL, Clk

Nov 19, 1820
Robert B. GORDON from George BARBEE
pg 170) This indenture made this nineteenth day of November in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and twenty between George BARBEE of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Robert B. GORDON of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said George BARBEE for the love and affection he has towards the said Robert B. GORDON hath given, granted, aliened, conveyed and confirmed unto the said Robert B. GORDON, his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land containing twenty eight and one fourth acres lying and being in Robertson County on the waters of Red River butted and bounded as follows, to wit, beginning at a stake the Southeast corner of Joseph PITTS twenty eight and one fourth tract running West with said line 124 poles to a red oak thence South 36 2/3 poles to a stake thence East 124 poles to a stake in an old line thence North to the beginning with the appurtenances and every part and parcel thereof to have and to hold the before mentioned land and bargained premises to the said Robert B. GORDON, his heirs and assigns forever and the said George BARBEE for himself, his heirs, executors and administrators doth hereby covenant, promise and agree to and with the said GORDON, his heirs and assigns that the before mentioned land and bargained premises he will warrant and forever defend against himself, his heirs or any person or persons claiming from or under them in witness whereof the said BARBEE hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year first above written. George BARBEE (signed & seal)
Test, Elisha WILLIS, Bartley PITTS
Robertson County Court May term 1821
This indenture from George BARBEE to Robert B. GORDON was acknowledged in open Court by said BARBEE to be his act and deed and ordered to be registered. Test, Wm SEAL, Clk

July 15, 1823
David J. WALTON from Wm CAMPBELL
pg 186) This indenture made this fifteenth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty three between William CAMPBELL of the State of Tennessee and the County of Robertson of the one part and David WALTON of the same County of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars to him in hand paid by the said WALTON the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained and sold and conveyed a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County & State aforesaid bounded as follows, viz, Beginning at a post oak the Northeast corner of said WALTON tract of land on which he now lives and running East twenty and 2/3 poles to a hickory thence South one hundred and twenty five poles to a red oak in __ line thence West twenty and 2/3 poles to a hickory thence North one hundred and twenty five poles to the beginning and containing sixteen acres be the same more or less to have and to hold the aforesaid land and with all and singular the rights, profits, immoluments, hereditaments and appurtenances of in and to the same belonging or in anywise appertaining to the only use of him the said David WALTON, his heirs and assigns forever and the said William CAMPBELL for himself, his heirs, executors and administratros doth covenant and agree to and with the said David WALTON line and his heirs that he will warrant and forever defend against all rights, title, claims and interest of every person or persons whatever to said land. In witness whereof I the said William CAMPBELL hath hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this same day and date first above written. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence
pg 187) of us. Wm CAMPBELL (signed & seal)
Seth FLOOD, E.D. HARDAWAY
Robertson County Court Feby term 1824
This indenture from William CAMPBELL to David J. WALTON was acknowledged in open Court by said CAMPBELL to be his act and deed ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL, Clk

Jan 16, 1826
Robert B. GORDON from Dempsey D. POPE
pg 325) This indenture made this the 16th day of January in the year of our Lord 1826 between Dempsey D. POPE of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the other part and Robert B. GORDON of the same State and County aforesaid of the other part, in witness whereof the said Dempsey D. POPE for and in consideration of the sum of six hundred dollars to me in hand paid, the said Robert B. GORDON the receipt whereof I the said Dempsey D. POPE hath hereby acknowledged and hath bargained and sold & conveyed & confirmed by these presents doth grant, bargain & sell a certain tract of land unto the said Robert B. GORDON lying & being in the County and State aforesaid on the waters of Red River & bounded as follows, Beginning at a black jack the Southeast corner of Robert B. GORDON's survey and running West 280 poles with the said GORDON's line to HART's thence South with HART's line to Charles POPE's line fifty three poles to a black oak thence East with the said Charles POPE's line and James ROBERTSON's to a post oak the Southeast corner of the old survey thence North with A. WASHINGTON's line to the beginning ninety eight acres the said more or less of land with all its appurtenances thereunto belonging to the only proper use of the said Robert B. GORDON heirs and assigns forever in witness whereof I the said Dempsey D. POPE __ and my heirs will warrant & forever defend against all rights, titles, claims and of all persons whatsoever unto the said Robert B. GORDON and his heirs foerever the above tract of land in witness whereof I the said Dempsey POPE hath hereunto set my hand and affix my seal this the same day and date first above written. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of
Dempsey D. POPE (signed & seal)
Test, William W. GORDON, J.G. WASHINGTON, Andrew WASHINGTON

Jan 16, 1826
Robert B. GORDON from Dempsey D. POPE
pg 333) This indenture made this 16th day of January A.D. 1826 between Dempsey POPE of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Robert B. GORDON of the same State and County aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said Dempsey D. POPE for and in consideration of the sum of fifty dollars to him in hand paid by the said Robert B. GORDON the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged by the said Dempsey POPE hath granted, bargained and sold a certain tract of land lying and being in the County and State aforesaid unto the sais Robert B. GORDON as follows, viz, Beginning at a post oak the Southeast corner of the old survey running South to the branch thence up the river of the branch to a stake in James ROBERTSON's line thence West with said line to a stake the corner of the said survey thence North to black oak
pg 334) the corner of James ROBERTSON's survey in Robert B. GORDON's South boundary line to the beginning corner post oak containing of five acres be the same more or less containing of all the improvements made on said branch of land thereunto belonging forever to be to only proper use and behoof of the said Robert B. GORDON, his heirs and assigns forever hereafter shall peaceable & quietly convey the aforesaid same premises free and clear from all incumbrances whatever I the said Dempsey D. POPE does by these presents warrant and forever defend the aforesaid land unto the aforesaid GORDON, his heirs and assigns foerever free and clear from the claims of all persons whatever. Witness whereof I the said Dempsey D. POPE have hereunto set my hand and fixed my seal the same day and date first above written. Signed, sealed, delivered in the presence of us
Dempsey D. POPE (his mark & seal)
Test, W.W. GORDON, J.G. WASHINGTON, Andrew WASHINGTON
Robertson County Court February term 1826.
This indenture from Dempsey POPE to Robert B. GORDON was proven in open Court by the oath of Wm W. GORDON and Joseph G. WASHINGTON subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered. Test, Wm SEAL, Clk

July 27, 1826
Wm W. GORDON from A. GORDON
pg 506) This indenture made this the twenty seventh day of July in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and seventy six between Alexander GORDON of the one part & William W. GORDON of the other part as witness that for the live & affection & good will I bear to my said son William W. GORDON hath given, granted, bargained and sold unto the said William W. GORDON a certain tract of land lying and being in the County of Robertson being part of the tract I now live on Beginning at a hickory running North fifty four poles thence West one hundred and seventy four poles to a hickory thence South one hudnred and ten poeles to a stake on Robert GORDON's line thence East one hundred and eighteen poles with said line to a stake thence fifty one poles to a red oak thence fifty __ poles to the beginning with all the woods, waters, minerals or hereditaments
pg 507) thereunto belonging or anywise appertaining to have and to hold forever he, his heirs and assigns I bind myself, my heirs, executors and administrators forever to warrant and defend the same from all lawful claim or claims whatsoever. In testimony whereof I have set my hand and affixed my seal this the day and date above written.
Alexander GORDON (signed & seal)
In the presence of James DOSS, Elisha WILLIS
Robertson County Court November term 1826. This indenture from Alexander GORDON to William W. GORDON was proven in Court by the oath of James DOSS & Elisha WILLIS subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered. Test, Wm SEAL, CLk

Nov 19, 1820
Major GREGORY from George BARBEE
pg 524) This indenture made this nineteenth day of Nov in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and twenty between George BARBEE of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Major GREGORY of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said George BARBEE for the love and affection he bears towards the said Major GREGORY hath given, granted & aliened, conveyed & confirmed unto the said Major his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land containing twenty eight and one fourth acres lying and being in Robertson County on the waters of Red River butted and bounded as follows, to wit, beginning at a stake the Southeast corner of John HOLLAND's fifty acre tract running West with his line one hundred and twenty four poles to a stake in said line thence South thirty six and two third poles to a black oak thence East one hundred and twenty four poles to a stake in John STRICKLIN's line thence North with said line thirty six & two third poles to the beginning with the appurtenances and every part and parcel thereof to have and to hold the before mentioned land and bargained premises to the said Major GREGORY
pg 525) his heirs and assigns forever and the said George BARBEE for himself his heirs executors and administrators doth hereby covenant, promise and agree to and with the said Major GREGORY his heirs and assigns that the before mentioned land & bargained premises he will warrant and forever defend against himself, his heirs or any person or persons claiming from by or under them. In witness whereof the said George BARBEE hath hereunto set his hand & affixed his seal this day and year first above written.
George BARBEE (signed & seal)
Test, Robert B. GORDON, Bartley PITTS
Robertson County Court May term 1825. This indenture from George BARBEE to Major GREGORY was acknowledged in open Court by said BARBEE to be his act and deed and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL Clk

July 27, 1826
W.W. GORDON from R.B. GORDON
pg 529) This indenture made this the twenty seventh day of July eighteen hundred and twenty six between Robert GORDON of the one part and William W. GORDON of the other part as witnesseth that Robert GORDON for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred & thirty dollars to me in hand paid the receipt is hereby acknowledged hath given granted bargained & sold unto the said William W. GORDON a certain tract or parcel of land lying and bounded as follows beginning at a post oak being EDWARDS marked Southwest corner running East sixty nine poles to a white oak on the bank of the Spring branch thence up the Spring Branch thirty degrees South of East thirty two poles to a poplar thence West eighty five poles to a hickory on my own line thence to the beginning twenty seven poles with all the woods, waters, minerals or hereditaments thereunto belonging or in any way appertaining which I the said Robert GORDON doth bind myself, my heirs, executors and administrators forever to warrant and defend the aforesaid premises free and clear from the lawful claim of all and every person or persons lawfully claiming the same but unto the said William W. GORDON, his heirs & assigns forever. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal the day and date
pg 530) above written.
Robert B. GORDON (signed & seal)
In the presence of us Elisha WILLIS, James DOSS
Robertson County Court November term 1826. This indenture from Robert B. GORDON to William W. GORDON was proven in open Court by the oaths of James DOSS and Elisha WILLIS subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL, Clk


Deed Book T - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Nov 19, 1820
Elisha WILLIS from George BARBEE
pg 213) This indenture made this the 19th day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eighteen hundred and twenty between George BARBEE of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Elisha WILLIS of the County and State aforesaid the other part witnesseth that the said BARBEE for the love and affection he bears towards the said WILLIS hath given, granted, aliened, conveyed and confirmed unto the said WILLIS his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land containing twenty eight and one fourth acres lying and being in Robertson County on the waters of Red River butted and bounded as follows, to wit, Beginning at a stake the Southeast corner of Robert B. GORDON's twenty eight and one fourth tract running
pg 214) West with said line 124 poles to a stake thence South 36 2/3 poles to a stake thence East 124 poles to a stake in an old line thence North to the beginning with the appurtenances and every post and parcel thereof to have and to hold the before mentioned land and bargained premises to the said WILLIS his heirs and assigns forever and the said BARBEE for himself his heirs, Excr. and Admr. doth hereby covenant, promise and agree to and with the said WILLIS his heirs and assigns that the before mentioned land bargained premises he will warrant and forever defend against himself his heirs or any other preson or persons claiming from or under them In witness whereof the said BARBEE hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal this the day and year first written.
George BARBEE (signed & seal)
Test, Robert B. GORDON
Bartley PITTS
Robertson County Court May term 1821
This indenture from George BARBEE to Elisha WILLIS acknowledged in open Court by said BARBEE to be his act and deed and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL, Clk


Deed Book U - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Sep 24, 1822
David J. WALTON from Thomas MORGAN
pg 97) This indenture made this 24th day of September the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty two between Thomas MORGAN of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and David WALTON of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the aforesaid Thomas MORGAN for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars to him in hand paid by the said David WALTON the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged by the said Thomas MORGAN that he is truly paid and satisfied, hath bargained and sold and confirmed and conveyed unto the said David WALTON, his heirs and assigns and executors and administrators a certain tract or parcel of land containing twenty three acres lying and being in the State and County aforesaid bound as followeth, to wit, Beginning at two post oaks the Southwest corner of said WALTON tract of land wherein he now lives and running South fifty three poles to a black oak thence West seventy six poles to a stake in PRICE's line thence North with said line to a __ East seventy six poles to the beginning, it being a part of a fifty acre survey entered by said Thomas MORGAN and granted to him by the State of Tennessee and entered in the 15th day of August 1875 and No. 15475 to have and to hold the aforesaid tract or parcel of land with everything that appurtenances thereunto belonging and thereafter Thos. MORGAN doth bind himself, his heirs and his administrators and executors, will warrant and forever defend the aforesaid land and premises unto the said David WALTON his heirs and assigns forever in witness whereof I the said Thomas MORGAN hath hereunto set my hand and afixed my seal the same day and date first above written, signed, sealed and delivered in the presents of us.
Thomas MORGAN (signed & seal)
Witness, William CAMPBELL
Reuben MORGAN


Deed Book V - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Oct 9, 1829
Daniel G. BAIRD from Robert B. GORDON
pg 352) This indenture made this ninth of October one thousand eight hundred twenty nine between Robert B. GORDON of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the first part and Daniel G. BAIRD of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand to us in hand paid by the said Daniel G. BAIRD, the receipt and payment unto the said Daniel G. BAIRD, his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Robertson and State aforesaid and bounded as follows
pg 353) beginning at a post oak the Southeast corner of the six hundred and forty acre survey granted to Martin DUNCAN and about sixty poles East of BARKER's old road running North to Jesse COBB's corner and with his line one hundred and fifty two poles to a stake thence due West to a hickory Alexander GORDON's Southeast corner thence West with his line sixty six poles to a stake and black oak pointer thence due South to a stake fifty two poles thence due West passing a black walnut in the field running two hundred and fourty poles to a dogwood and hickory and white oak pointers in CHAMBERS line thence Southwest CHAMBERS and HARTS line one hundred poles to a water oak Henry HARTS Southeast corner and is the original line of the said DUNCAN's survey thence due East with the original line two hundred and eighty poles to the beginning thence one other tract granted to Andrew WASHINGTON beginning on a post oak the Souteast corner of Martin DUNCAN's survey running South to the branch thence up the __ of the __ to a stake in ROBERTSON's line thence West with his line to a stake thence North to a black oak James ROBERTSON's Northeast corner in DUNCAN's South boundary line thence with his line to the beginning by estimation one hundred and ninety eight acres __ the same more or less to have and to hold the same unto the said Daniel G. BAIRD, his heirs and assigns forever and the said Robert B. GORDON do bind myself, my heirs, assigns, executors and administrators forever to warrant and defend the aforesaid tract or parcel of land from the lawful claim of all and every person lawfully claiming the land unto the said Daniel G. BAIRD, his heirs and assigns foerever in testimony whereof I have set may hand and affixed my seal this day and date above written in the presence of us
R.B. GORDON (signed & seal)
Alexander GORDON
John HILL
Thomas HORTON
State of Tennessee Robertson County Court February term 1831. This deed of conveyance from Robert B. GORDON to Daniel G. BAIRD was proven in open Court by the oaths, Alexander GORDON and Thomas HORTON subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered. Test, Wm SEAL, Clk

Mar 6, 1830
Goolsberry CHAMBERS from Alexander & Alexander GORDON
pg 390) This indenture made this sixth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred thirty between Alexander GORDON of the one part and Goolsberry CHAMBERS of the other part as witness for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and thirty six dollars sixty two and a half cents to us in hand paid by the said Goolsberry CHAMBERS, the receipt and payment is hereby
pg 391) acknowledged, hath given, granted, bargained and sold unto the said Goolberry CHAMBERS, he, his heirs and assigns forever, a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Robertson and on the waters of Red River and being a part of the tract of land where the said Alexander GORDON now lives upon and beginning on a hickory near Barker DORRIS in line running due East forty four poles to a black jack thence South __ degrees West ninety poles to a red oak thence due West fourteen poles to a red oak thence South thirty six degrees West one hundred and fifty four poles to a dogwood near the first edge of a __ thence due North one hundred and seventy four poles to Barker DORRIS line to a stake and pointers thence East with line seventy six poles to a stake and pointers thence North forty six poles to the beginning by estimation twenty eight and three fourths acres to have and to hold the same with all its woods, waters, hereditaments thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining to the same to the said CHAMBERS, his heirs and assigns forever and we the aforesaid Alexander GORDON Senr and Junior doth forever warrant and defend the aforesaid tract of land from the lawful claims of all and every person lawfully claiming the same but unto the said Goolsberry CHAMBERS, his heirs and assigns forever. In testimony whereupon we do bind over, __ our heirs, executors and administrators forever to warrant and defend whereunto we have hereunto set our hands and affixed our seals this the day and date above written in the presence of us
Alexander GORDON (his mark & seal)
Alexander GORDON (signed & seal)
James DOSS, James __
State of Tennessee Robertson County Court May term 1830
This indenture from Alexander GORDON Senr and Alexander Gordon to Goolsberry CHAMBERS was proven in open Court by the oath of James DOSS & subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be certified and at May term 1831 of said Court was further proven in open Court by the oath of James __ the other subscribing witness thereto and ordered to be registered.
Test, Wm SEAL, Clk


Deed Book W - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Mar 31, 1832
Daniel G. BAIRD from William W. GORDON
pg 165) This indenture made this the 31st day of March one thousand eight hundred and thirty two between William W. GORDON of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the first part and Daniel G. BAIRD of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and eighty dollars to him in hand paid the said Daniel G. BAIRD the receipt and payment thereof and hereby acknowledged hath given, granted, bargained and sold unto the said Daniel G. BAIRD, his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Robertson and State aforesaid and bounded as follows, viz, Beginning on a red oak standing in the West end of __ and about fifty seven poles West of a hickory it being __ Beginning the corner of a tract of land which Alexander GORDON Senr gave to the said Wm W. GORDON running West on his land eighteen poles to a stake thence South to the said Daniel BAIRD's line thence East with said line one hundred and __ poles to a stake thence North to the Beginning __ tract or parcel of land Beginning on a white oak __ Branch the Northeast corner of the said parcel of land that Andrew WASHINGTON deeded Robert B. GORDON & running ____ South of East thirty two poles to a sassafras thence __ with the said BAIRD's line eighty poles to a stake thence __ twenty seven poles to a stake in EDWARDS line thence East with his line to the Beginning both tracts or parcels of land containing in all forty eight acres be it the same more or less lying __ and to hold the same unto the said Daniel G. BAIRD, his heirs and assigns forever and I the said William W. GORDON bind myself, my heirs, executors and administrators forever warrant and defend the aforesaid tracts or parcels of land from the lawful claim of all and any person lawfully claiming the same unto the said Daniel G. BAIRD, his heirs and assigns forever. In witness whereof I have set my hand and affixed my seal this day and
pg 166) date above written in the presence of us
Wm W. GORDON
James DOSS
Alfred MOORE
State of Tennessee Robertson County Court May term 1832. This deed of conveyance from William W. GORDON and Daniel G. BAIRD was proven in open Court by the presents of James DOSS and Alfred MOORE subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered. Test, Wm SEAL, Clk

July 1832
George KING from Alexander W. GORDON
pg 219) We the undersigned __ appointed & chosen by Alexander GORDON executor of the late Alexander GORDON deceased and George KING and Sarah his wife both or each of them being equal distributors of the lands and testaments of said dec'd as may fully appear in the last will and testament of said deceased have met surveyed and attested to Alexander GORDON lot Number One beginning at a red oak running North fifty six poles to a red oak thence Westwardly up the Spring Branch to the center of the same twenty five poles thence North three degrees East fifty four poles to a stake & peach tree pointers thence due West one hundred and fifty eight poles to a post oak within two poles of CHAMBERS line thence South with said line eighty degrees West against his corner a red oak thence West fourteen poles to a red oak thence South forty one degrees West forty four poles to a hickory two poles South of CHAMBERS line thence __ South one hundred and twenty eight poles to a red oak on BAIRD's line continuing the due East forty eight poles to a small oak thence North one hundred poles to a hickory thence East one hundred and forty eight poles to the Beginning by estimation one hundred and thirty two & half acres. Lot No. 2 to George KING & Sarah his wife, beginning at a red oak A. GORDON's Northeast corner running Westwardly up the Spring Branch to the center of the Spring thence three degrees East with GORDON's line fifty four poles to a stake and pointers thence West 158 poles to a post oak within two poles of CHAMBERS line thence Southwardly with the same distance there from to a red oak thence West 14 poles against his corner __ and running South 41 West to a red oak & hickory thence due South 125 poles to a red oak Alexander GORDON's Southwest corner a red oak thence West
pg 220) 49 poles to a dogwood thence North 70 poles to a bush thence North 41 degrees East with CHAMBERS line to his red oak corner thence East 14 poles to a red oak thence North 8 degrees East 72 poles thence East 24 poles to a black jack thence North 96 poles to a post oak thence 155 poles to a stake thence South 24 poles to a __ thence East 60 poles to a hickory MASON's line thence __ 46 poles to a post oak thence West 67 poles to __ thence South 28 poles to a stake thence East 9 poles thence South 98 poles to the beginning by estimation being two hundred and eighty and half acres George KING and wife whereunto We the said __ Alexander GORDON Executor, George KING and Sarah his wife do certify we have and forever will __ aforesaid division of land and tenants __ our hands this eighteen hundred thirty two and 14th as witness our hands and seals in the presence of
Alexander W. GORDON (signed & seal)
George KING (signed & seal)
Test, James DOSS, M. McCARLEY
State of Tennessee Robertson County Court May term 1832.
This deed of conveyance between Alexander GORDON and George KING was proven in open Court by the oath of James DOSS and Moses McCARLEY subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered. Test, Wm SEAL, Clk

May 27, 1831
Goolsberry CHAMBERS from William B. DORRIS
pg 317) This indenture made this 27 day of May 1831 between William B. DORRIS and Goolsberry CHAMBERS both of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee witnesseth that the said William B. DORRIS for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and seventy four dollars to him in hand paid by the aforesaid Goolsberry CHAMBERS the receipt and payment I hereby acknowledged, I have given, granted, bargained and sold unto the said CHAMBERS, heirs and executors a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee and on the waters of Red River beginning at a post oak it being a corner to Elisha WILLIS and runs South 99 poles to a stkae in said WILLIS's line thence East 54 poles to a stake in said WILLIS's line thence South 72 poles to a hickory thence West 61 poles to a stake thence North 50 poels to a black oak thence West 22 poles to a black oak John ASHABRANNER's corner thence North 72 poles to a stake in said ASHABRANNER's line thence West 18 poles to a stake thence North 44 poles to a stake thence East 58 poles to the beginning said tract of land is supposed to contain forty acres be the same more or less. Now I the said William B. DORRIS, his heirs do warrant and defend the title of the above described land to the said CHAMBERS heirs to be __ lawful and in witness I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and date above written. William B. DORRIS (signed & seal)
Test, Bartley PITTS, George FREY
State of Tennessee Robertson County Court November 1832
This deed of conveyance from William B. DORRIS to Goolsberry CHAMBERS was proven in open Court by the oath of Bartley PITTS and George FREY subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered. Test, Wm SEAL, Clk


Deed Book X - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Feb 20, 1833
William W. GORDON from Daniel CLARK
pg 40) Know ye that all men by these presents that I Daniel CLARK of Robertson County State of Tennessee have this day 20th of February eighteen hundred thirty three have for the consideration of the sum of five hundred twelve dollars and fifty cents to me in hand paid the receipt is acknowledged have bargained and sold unto William W. GORDON
pg 41) of the County and State aforesaid a certain Negro woman named N? about 20 years of age and her two children William eighteen months old and Jack one month old which I warrant the said woman sound & healthy only when she is in a family way then she has sick spells. I also bind myself, my heirs and assigns forever to warrant & defend all claims or demands that may come against the said __ for the said negroes in testimony whereof I hereunto set my hand this the day and date above written. Daniel CLARK
State of Tennessee Robertson County
Personally appeared before me William SEAL, Clk of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions for the County aforesaid Daniel CLARK the within bargainor with whom I am personally acquainted with who acknowledged that he executed the within bill of sale, his act and deed for the purposes therein contained, witness my __ office this 13th day of May 1833.

May 27, 1831
Elijah WILLIS from Goolsberry CHAMBERS June 4th, 1833
pg 42)
This indenture made and entered into this 27th day of May 1831 between Goolsberry CHAMBERS and Elijah WILLIS both of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee witnesseth that for & in consideration of the sum of one hundred and twenty five dollars to me in hand paid by the said Elijah WILLIS the receipt is hereby acknowledged. Now I the said CHAMBERS have bargained, sold and delivered unto the said WILLIS a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County and State aforesaid butted and bounded as follows, Beginning at a black oak running North 58 poles to a stake in Elizabeth EDWARDS line thence East 123 poles to a stake in Alexander GORDON's line thence South with said line 72 poles to a honey locust thence West to the beginning and to contain fifty acres now I the said CHAMBERS have bargained and sold the said described land to Elijah WILLIS and do at all times warrant and defend the title to the same to be a good and lawful and in testimony I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 15th day of August 1831.
Goolsberry CHAMBERS (signed & seal)
George FREY, Peter FREY, John ASHABRANNER
State of Tennessee Robertson County - Personally appeared before me William SEAL Clerk of the Court of Pleas and Quarter session for the County aforesaid Goolsberry CHAMBERS the within named bargainor with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that he executed the within deed for the purposes therein contained. Witness William SEAL Clerk of our said Court at office this 13th day of May 1833.
W. SEAL


Deed Book Y - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Nov 9, 1835
Alexander G.W. GORDON from William W. GORDON
pg 433) This indenture made this the ninth day of November in
pg 434) the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and thirty five between William W. GORDON of the one part and Alexander GORDON of the other part witness that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars to me in hand have granted, bargained and sold unto the said Alexander GORDON a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Robertson on the waters of Red River being part of __the said A.G.W. GORDON now lives on Beginning __ in the East end of the __ between __ and running North fifty four poles to a stake __one hundred and seventy four poles to a hickory __ fifty four poles to a stake thence East one hundred seventy four poles to the beginning with __ waters and minerals or hereditaments thereto __ any __ appertaining to have and to hold __ and assigns I bind myself, my heirs, executors, administrators forever to warrant and defend from all lawful claim or claims whatsoever whereof I hereunto set my hand and seal this the __ date above written.
W.W. GORDON (signed & seal)
State of Tennessee Robertson County
Personally appeared before Wm. SEAL clerk of the Court of Pleas and Quarters at the County aforesaid Wm W. GORDON, the above named __ with whom I am personally acquainted and acknowledged that he executed foregoing deed for the __ therein contained.
Witness my hand at office __ of February 1836.


Deed Book Z - Contributed by, Sharon Smith

Sep 28, 1837
pg 459)
William WILLS from John P. CHAMBERS
This indenture made this 28th day of September the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven between John P. CHAMBERS of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and William WILLS of the State and County aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said John P. CHAMBERS for and in consideration of the sum of three hundred and fifty dollars to him in hand paid by the said William WILLS Jr. the receipt and payment is hereby acknowledged hath given, granted, bargained, sold and conveyed unto the William WILLS Jr. a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee on the waters of Beaver Dam of the Sulphur Fork butted and bounded as follows, to wit, Beginning at the Southeast corner of David HENRY's ___ and Northwest corner of James OWENS deceased tract on a fallen down black oak and pointers running thence East forty two poles to a walnut thence North sixty eight poles to a sycamore on the bank of the creek thence down said creek with its several markers to a red
pg 460) oak on the bank of the creek thence South seventy poles to a stake thence West fifty two poles to three black oaks in a cluster and ___ with pointers around the same thence South one hundred and twenty two poles to a small black oak thence East eighty eight poles to a black oak in OWENS line thence with said line one hundred and twenty two poles to the beginning containing one hundred acres to have and to hold the said bargained land and premises with and singular all the rights, titles, hereditaments and appurtenances thereto belonging to the same unto the said William WILLS Junr. his heirs & forever and the said John P. CHAMBERS doth covenant to and ___ with the said William WILLS Jr. his heirs & that he will warrant and forever defend the aforesiad land and premises unto the said WILLS his heirs & from himself his heirs & from the lawful claim of any ___ person claiming the same in testimony whereof the said John P. CHAMBERS hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and date within writtin.
John P. CHAMBERS (signed & seal)
Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of us.
State of Tennessee Robertson County
Personally appeared before me William SHELLY Clerk of the County Court for said County John P. CHAMBERS the bargainor of the above deed with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that he executed the same for the purposes therein contained. Witness my hand at office Oct 2, 1837
W. SHELLY