Archive for the ‘Deeds and Land Grants’ Category

Turner Land Transactions

by on Friday, September 19th, 2003

Allison Stanhope researched and contributed this database of Turner land transaction in Hardeman, Lauderdale, Rutherford  and Tipton Counties, TN.
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1883-1888: Land Deeds

by on Friday, September 19th, 2003

Kimbro-Field: A History of the Kimbro and Field Families of Middle Tennessee byKenneth Kimbro, 1992, pp. 82-831883-1888: Land Deeds

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Jesse A. M. Field

by on Friday, September 19th, 2003

In 1898, Jesse A. M. Field purchased what was known as the “Old Springer Place,” and moved his family to Dickson County. He became the first in our line of Fields to live in that county. Below is a copy of the deed for the land.

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George Washington England

by on Friday, September 19th, 2003

1860, January Dickson County Minute Books, Jan. 1853-Feb. 1866, MF Roll #22.
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George Washington England

by on Friday, September 19th, 2003

Deed dated 7/31/1845
Dickson County, Tennessee, Book 29
Page 326
From: Washington and Eleanor England (spelled Elendor in document)
To: Methodist Trustees
Description: Land o­n which Eno Methodist Church was built.
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George Washington England

by on Friday, September 19th, 2003

Land Grant dated 5/13/1840
Dickson County, Tennessee Land Grants
Book 20, Page 188, Number 17129
190 acres
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John A. Baker

by on Friday, September 19th, 2003

Several deeds and land grants involving John A. Baker and Wife Eliza Baker
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H. E. Allen and Lena Allen-Montgomery County

by on Friday, September 19th, 2003

 DEED. Leaf-Chronicle, Clarksville.

We have this day bargained and sold, and do hereby transfer,
and convey to……H. E. Allen and his wife Lena Allen
the following tract or parcel of land,lying and being
in…..20…. Civil District of Montgomery County, Tennessee.
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John Armstrong Baker

by on Saturday, August 2nd, 2003

John Armstrong Baker and his wife Jane moved to the southwest part of Dickson County in 1806 from Franklin County Georgia. The land had been purchased by John Baker in 1793. Benjamin Baker, his brother, and two cousins John Armstrong and Absalom Baker and their families were part of the group. They located next to John Tatum, a revolutionary war veteran. John Tatum was a farmer as were all his neighbors; however, John Tatum also ran a whiskey still. 
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John Baker

by on Sunday, February 16th, 2003

These records are the personal research of and contributed to us by Ken Kimbro
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