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Frethias Parman deed
Posted by: Dave Parman (ID *****5983) Date: March 21, 2002 at 17:39:15
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Knox County, KY land deed found by Dave Parman at the courthouse clerk’s office on March 4, 2002.

320 This indenture made and entered into this 29th day March 1848 between Elizabeth Parman, John Parman, Alexander Parman, Eliza Parman, Leithia [?] Parman, Giles Parman, William Parman, Joseph Parman, Jesse Fowler Parman, Phoeba Ann Parman, Mary Parman and Frethias Jarvis Jackson Parman widow and heirs at law of Frethias Parman, deceased, by Will D. Miller appointed a commissioner to convey on their behalf by an interlocutory decree of the Knox Circuit Court renewed at its September Term 1847 in the case of John G Eve against the heirs of Frethias Parman, deceased, of the first part and America Eve, widow and sole divider of all the estate of John G Eve now deceased of the second part. Witnessforth that the said parties of the first part in consideration of the payment of the sums of money mentioned in the hindered file in the aforesaid case by John G Eve in his life time and of the decree aforesaid with the case aforesaid and of the previous proceedings therein doth hereby grant, bargain, sell and convey all the right title and interest which Frethias Parman their father had in case to and which descended to them as the heirs at law of the said Frethias Parman, deceased, their tracts or parcel or parcels of land lying in Knox County one tract known as the Coleman Cumstock tract lying on the middle fork of Richland Creek and containing two hundred acres by survey one tract known by [illegible] branch lying on the south side supposed to be fifty-five acres adjoining Nathaniel and James Curtis and another tract Tract upon which Frethias Parman, deceased, lived on the 8th of October 1840 the date of the bond aforesaid containing ninety-eight acres unto the said America Eve to have and to hold the aforesaid tracts of land and all their respective apportionances forever the commissioner in no event to be personally responsible. In Testimony where the parties of the first part by the commissioner have hereunto set their hands and seals this the date above witnesseth

Elizabeth Parman
John Parman
Alexander Parman
Eliza Parman
Leithia Parman
Giles Parman
Wm Parman
Joseph Parman
Jesse Fowler Parman
Phoebe Ann Parman
Mary Parman
Frethia Jarvis Jackson Parman
By their commissioner Will D Miller

Knox County Set
I James F Ballinger clerk of the County Court of the County aforesaid do certify the this deed from Frethias Parmans heirs to America Eve was acknowledged by the commissioner therein named in open court at the March Term of the Knox Circuit Court 1848 and ordered to be certified to the clerk of the county court of Knox for record. Whereupon said deed hath been duly admitted to a record in my office.

James F Ballinger Clerk
I have been using Arlene Parman's book and have been trying to track these 3rd great aunts and uncles of mine. If anyone has information on what happened to William, Giles, Leithia(?) and Joseph, I would love to hear from you. Arlene seemed to only be able to gather a little information on those siblings of my 3rd great-grandfather, Alexander. Contace me dparman@evansville.net
God bless, Dave Parman.


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