Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Muhlenberg Co., KY, Deed 8-182

Muhlenberg Co., KY, Deeds

This Indenture made and entered into this 5th day of December [1834] bewween William Roark of the one part and John Roark of the other part both of the County of Muhlenberg and Commonwealth of Kentucky

Witnesseth the said William Roark doth bargain sell unto the said John Roark his heirs forever and by these presents doth bargain grant and sell a certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the county aforesaid on the waters of Cypress Creek containing by survey seventy acres more or less and bounded as followeth, (To Wit) Beginning at Edward Holeman's northwest corner a white oak and black oak running South 10 West 45 poles to an ash and white oak thence South 80 East 115 poles to a sweet gum thence north 10 east 95 poles to a black oak hickory and elm thence north 30 West 118 poles to the beginning.

With its appurtenances to have and to hold with and singular the premises and appurtenants thereunto belonging to the said John Roark his Heirs forever and the said William Roark doth covenant and agree to and with the said John Roark as aforesaid to warrant and defend the said seventy acres of land unto him the said John Roark and his Heirs forever to his and their only use , benefit and behoof of them and their Heirs and with all and singular the appurtenances aforesaid the said John Roark and his Heirs against the claim of him the said William Roark and Heirs and against all other persons claiming by, through, or under him or them of any of them but not against the claim of any other person and will by these warrant and defend to the said John Roark and his Heirs.  In witness where of the said William Roark have here unto set my hand and seal the day and date above written.

William Roark
Martha Roark

In the same area (source):
"Deed Book 5, page 26), September 11, 1821
Aaron Lot and Nancy Lot his wife, sell to Joseph Arnold, all of Muhlenberg
Co., 100 acres on Cypress in Muhlenberg Co. bounded by the lines of Josiah
Arnold, Edward Holeman and Wm. Holeman."

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