John Ogletree & Piety to Edward Woodham
Deeds Vol. 1, pp. 463-464
Greene County, Georgia, 4 Jan 1800
submitted by:Bob Ellis
Transcribed by Bob & Linda Ellis
This Indenture made the fourth day of January in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundard and the twenty fourth year of the American independancy between John Ogletree and Piety Ogletree his wife of the State of Georgia Wilks County of the one part and Edward Woodham of the other. Witnesseth that the sd. John Ogletree and Piety Ogletree for and consideration of the sum of one hundred and thirty dollars to them in hand paid the receipt whereof they the sd. John Ogletree & Piety Ogletree his wife doth hereby acknowledge hath bargained and sould & by these presents doth make over & confirm unto the sd. Edward Woodham one hundard acres of land lying in Greene County on the waters of Richland Creek with all the improvements & priviledges thereunto belonging being part of a tract of land granted unto Joel Terrell bounded as follows Viz. beginning at a red oak running N 10 W 28 chains to a red oak thence S 80 W 36 chains to a stake corner thence S 10 E 28 Ch. to a post oak corner thence running with the Bruderes line to the beginning & the sd. John Ogletree & Piety Ogletree his wife doth oblige ourselves & our heirs to warrentt & forever defend the sd. land unto the aforesaid Edward Woodham his heirs and assigns against all claims or incumtrances whatsoever. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands & seals the day & date above written.
Signd and seald & delivered in the presents of
John Ogling(?) John (x) Ogletree
Amasa Palmer Piety (x) Ogletree
S. Branham, J.J.P.
Recorded the 2nd July 1800
Transcribed by Bob & Linda Ellis, Duluth, GA
GA Archives, Dr. 34/Box 13
Greene County Deeds Vol. 1, pp. 463-464