Amanuensis Monday: Land Grant to Mansfield Anderson, 10 December 1852

Source: Macon County, North Carolina, Deed Book G (1853 – 1859): 409 – 410; Register of Deeds, Franklin.

State of North Carolina No. 1081

Know ye that we for and in consideration of the Sum of five
cents for every acre hereby granted paid into our treasury by Mans-
field Anderson hath given and granted and by these
presents do give and grant unto the said Mansfield
Anderson a tract of land containing one hundred acres
lying and being in the county of Macon on the waters of Tenn
-essee River Beginning at a white oak near the pole Bridge
Branch and public Road and runs thence East sixty poles to a
pine thence South fifty East eighty poles to a B. oak
thence South forty poles to a Stake thence South forty five
West seventy five poles to a Stake thence west ninety poles to
a Stake thence North one hundred and fifty poles to the Beg
-inning Entered December the 12th 1849 as by the plat hereunto
annexed doth appear together with all woods waters mines
minerals hereditaments and appurtenances to the said land
Belonging or appertaining to hold to the said Mansfield
Anderson his heirs and assigns forever yielding and paying
to us such sums of money yearly or otherwise as our general
assembly from time to time may direct provided always
that the said grantee shall cause this grant to be Reg
-istered in the Registers office of our said county of Macon
within twelve months from the date here of otherwise the
same shall be void in testimony whereof we have
caused these our letters to be made pattent and our
great seal to be here unto affixed. Witness
David S Reid our governor at Raleigh the 10th day
of December in the 77th year of our independence and
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred
and fifty two

By command W. Hill Secretary of State David S Reid

The foregoing grant was duly Registered in my office as
Register the 7th day of July 1854

Witness J N Keener R M C

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