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Live Oak Co., TX - 13 May 1872: Thomas L. Adams to Alfred Yarbrough

[ Transcribed from Document 1 ]
State of Texas
County of Live Oak
                    I M W C Frazier Clerk of the District
                    Court of said County do hereby certify
that the foregoing instrument of writing with its
certificate of authentication and W. S. Internal Revenue
Stamp amounting to $50/100 thereon was filed for
registration in my office the 28th day of February
AD 1872 at 1 oclock P. M. and duly recorded the 13th
day of May AD 1872 at 11 oclock A.M. in the
records of said County in Book C on Page 226 &
227.  Witness my official seal and signature at
Office in Oakville the State last above written
                                M W C Frazier C D C L O C

[ Transcribed from Document 2 ]
The State of Texas
County of Live Oak
                            Know all men by these presents
That I Thomas L Adams of the County of Live Oak
and State of Texas for and in consideration of the
sum of       . Dollars to me in hand paid by Alfred
Yarbrough of the County of Live Oak and State of Texas
The receipt of which is hereby acknowledged Have granted
bargained sold and released and by these presents
grant, bargain, sell, release and convey unto the said Alfred
Yarbrough his heirs and assigns the following described
property to wit all that certain tract (sic) or parcel of
Land laying and being in the County of Live Oak
and State of Texas and more fully described as being
the Fifth Survey in the division of One League and
One Labor of Land originally granted to Thomas
Adams as a Colonist in McMullen and McGloin
Colony an the North side of the Nueces river about
Three miles above the mouth of the Rio Frio Beginning
[ Transcribed from Document 3 ]
at an Elm Marked X an the bank of said River
(Said Elm being forked) Marked as the South West
Corner of 1000 acres surveyed for R. D. Vickers as a
portion of said League and Labor.  Thence (sic) said
Given with its meanders S 76 W 460 vs N 70 W 35
vs West 256 vs S 53 W 240 vs West 34 vs S 42 W 208 vs
South 160 vs S 30 360 vs to a Hackberry Marked T on the
bank of said river for the South East Corner of
this Survey.  Thence N 84 W 4479vs to a stake set on
the west boundary line of said League and Labor
from which a Mesquite marked X bears N 12/ 1/2
W 14 vs Thence N 9 E with said line 160 vs a
ravine 388 vs a stake set for the North west corner
the North boundery line 2808 vs to a stake set for
the west corner of said 1000 acres made for said
Vickers  Thence South 69 E with said Vickers
South West line 3245 vs to the beginning Together
with all and singular the rights members
hereditaments and a(sic)tenances thereunto belong-
[ Transcribed from Document 4 ]
unto the said Alfred Yarbrough his heirs or legal rep
sentatives forever and I Thomas L. Adams do here
bind myself my heirs, executors and administrat
to warrant and forever defend all and (sic)
the said primises unto the said Alfred Yarbrough
his heirs and assigns against every person
whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim
the same or any part thereof.  In Testimony
Whereof I have hereunto set my name at Once
In presence of M. W. C. Frazier        Thomas L. Adams

Recieved from Beth Walker
Transcribed by Renee Smelley

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