MORRISON TO MORRISON DEED - 1839
Transcribed by Trisha London     Posted by Myrtle Bridges February 10, 2008



This indenture made the 2nd day of March AD 1839 between Benjamin Morrison of the County of Cumberland 
and State of North Carolina of the one part and Alexander Morrison of the County and state aforesaid of 
the other part, witnesseth that the said Benjamin Morrison has for the consideration of fifty dollars 
sold unto the said Alexander Morrison, nine hundred and ninety nine acres of land lying on the waters 
of Walkers Creek. Beginning at a stake and three pines the old corner of the speculation land in the 
bounds of David Walker's land (formerly McDougald's) runs thence south etc then East one hundred and 
forty chains to a stake and gum pointers thence south seventy nine West eight chains to a large Pine, 
thence North eleven West one hundred and thirty three and two chains fifteen links to a Pine the corner, 
then North ten, West six chains fifty links to a stake and pointers thence direct to the beginning which 
land I the said  Benjamin Morrison having purchased for the taxes due thereon from John Black, late Sheriff
 of the county aforesaid on the 12th day of November 1832, do myself, my heirs, executors administrators 
 warrant and defend forever unto the said Alexander Morrison and his heirs from all persons and claims 
 whatsoever claiming by me. 
 
Signed Sealed and delivered the day and date above mentioned
Benjamin Morrison   seal
In the presence of 
Archibald McLean
Daniel McDonald

State of North Carolina Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
Cumberland County March Term 1839

Then was this deed proved in open Court by Daniel McDonald and ordered to be registered
Test    John Mc Laurin, Jr. Clerk

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