#7 and on waters of Rock Creek; beginning on a black oak southeast corner of John Lasater's 150 acres; thence west with the northern boundary of the same 74 poles to the southeast corner of Philip Danell's tract and east with the south boundary 120 poles to a poplar and chestnut, thence south 133 - 1?3 poles to a stake thence west 120 poles to a stake, thence north 74 poles to beginning.
Also another tract beginning fallen black oak Abner Lasater's south boundary line, thence east with said line 48 poles to a Shumake and Sasafras pointer thence south 101 poles....thence west 49 poles....thence north 101 poles to beginning.
130 acres more or less
Witnesses: Ransom Holder and James Byrom
History and Genealogy of the Hinds family by Albert Henry Hinds, 1899. Pg. 312
SAMUEL ACKLIN HINDS, son of William and Elizabeth (Acklin) Hinds, born in Abingdon, VA, in 1803, and died in Marble Plains Church, Tenn., in 1882; married in Winchester, TN, Tabitha Davis, who was born in 1811. He was a carpenter and farmer, and had a brother, William Nuten Hinds, who served in the Southern army under Gen. Joe Wheeler, during the Civil War.
" , M. Adeline (daughter of Ransom & Ann (Hinds) Rice)
HINES, Samuel, age 56, b. VA