Sorry ... I overlooked something. The 1834 distribution of John Furr's land in Montgomery County appears in the Cabarrus County Deed Book 14, page 139. The plat and distribution is for John Furr's land on Rocky River. From the metes and bouds, it appears the land lies to the northwest of the river. John Furr's land wraps around the land of Thomas Pinion. So Thomas Pinion did not receive a share from the estate. Rather, he is named as owner f adjoining land. From the estate of John Furr, Thomas Pinion's land was surrounded by tracts given from the estate to Sally Furr, Lenard Hartsell, Jesse Furr, Henry Furr, and Tobias Furr.
Thomas Pinion's tract appears to be a five sided tract. I thought his land was up near Love's Grove? I've platted most of the land in that area, so will look closer to see how it matches up.
Sorry for the false alarm and my rambling...
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