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Carland in Buncombe, again
Posted by: Teresa De Rios (ID *****3836) Date: May 10, 2004 at 16:46:13
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This is a deed of property in Buncombe Co. that orignally belonged to Nathanial Stuart and then went to Edward Stuart. Edward's heirs, William Praytor, J. B. Stuart, and Joshua Jones as grantors convey this land to Polly Stuart.

This deed appears in the Buncombe Co., NC Deed Book, pp. 218-219.



State of North Carolina, Buncombe County. This indenture made and entered into this sixth day of February and in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and thirty two between Sarah Stuart and William Praytor and Joshua Jones and Jacob Stuart of the one part and Polly Stuart of the other part all of the state and county of aforesaid witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars to us in hand paid by the said Polly Stuart the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged herein ------- and sold and by these presents do bargain and sell and release and convey to the said Pollly Stuart a certain piece or parcel of land by way and being in the County of Buncombe and the State of North Carolina and on the west side of French Broad river and on the east side of the Ball Mountain and on the head waters of the Young branch the same being part of a four hundred and fifty acre tract granted by the state of North Carolina to Nathaniel Stuart in the year of our Lord one thousand and Eight hundred and fifteen December the first beginning on a black oak the beginning corner of a conditional line made by Joshua Jones between the said Polly Stuart and the said Joshua Jones and runs from thence first supposed forty four poles to a stake in A.B. CARLANS line and from thence forty poles to a locust stump thence north seventy poles to a stake there west sixty eight poles to a stake thence north one hundred and ninety seven poles to a stake then South seventy four degrees East one hundred poles or till it will reach the west end of the conditional line above mentioned to a stake and thence with said conditional line to the place of beginning containing by calculation three hundred acres by the same more or less the same as a right of freehold to have and to hold by the said Polly Stuart her heirs assigns executors and administrators forever from and entirely clear from ------ ---- and our heirs assigns executors and administrators in right of our individual interest in right of dowery certain right of intent in that part of the real estate of Edward Stuart deceased of whom we claim our legal right of heirship and the same a right of freehold in land with all and every of the appurtances heir to belonging or in any wise thereunto appurtainning and the same so to forever warrant and defend to the same Polly Stuart against the lawful claims of every other person or persons whatsoever in witness whereof we heirs severally signed sealed delivered the presents in the presence of and year above written our hands and seals



Forester (?) William Praytor {SEAL}

William A. Byers J. B. Stuart {SEAL}

Joseph Lanch Joshua Jones {SEAL}



State of North Caroline }

Buncombe County }

Court of Pe--- & Quarter Session Oct Term 1849

The foregoing deed was duly proven in open court by the oath of Joseph Lauce a subscribing witness there to & was admitted of record submitted registered. R.B Nance clerk


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