Deed-John W. Jackson-Warren Co, GA

Document: Deed of John W. Jackson to Aaron, Nathan, and
Thomas Jackson
Document Location: Georgia Archives, roll 103-27
Document Condition: Excellent
Cite: Warren County Deeds, Book Y, Pg. 149.
Signed: 20th February 1846
Recorded:  30th March 1850
Date read and transcribed: 26th February 1893

Know All Men By These Presents that I, John W. Jackson, for
and in consideration of the natural love and affection which
I have and bear for and toward my sons Aaron Jackson, Nathan
Jackson, and 
Thomas Jackson (the said Aaron resides in the County of
Warren, the said Nathan in the County of Henry, and the said
Thomas in the County of Troup, all in the state of Georgia)
as well as in consideration of the sum of ten dollars to me
in hand paid, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged.
I have given and granted and by these presents do give and
grant unto my three sons Aaron, Nathan, and Thomas, the
following Negroes,
   to wit: ALBERT a negro man about twenty-four [years] of
   EDY a woman about twenty-two or three years of age, and
TWO CHILDREN of the aforesaid EDY
   to wit: NELMOND, a boy about four years of age, and MARY,
a girl about three years of age, together with the increase
of said Negroes, to have and to hold the aforesaid Negroes
to the proper use, benefit, and behoof of my three sons
Aaron, Nathan, and Thomas, forever.
   And I, the said John W. Jackson, for myself, my heirs,
executors and administrators, the aforesaid bargained
Negroes to the aforesaid Aaron, Nathan, and Thomas, their
heirs and assigns, will forever warrant and defend against
the claims of myself, my heirs, and all other persons

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal
this twentieth day of February 1846.
John W. Jackson (by mark)

Joseph W. Thomas (L.S.)
Nathaniel Parham (L.S.)
Samuel F. Jackson (L.S.)

Recorded:  March 30, 1850 by B.F. Roberts, J.P.

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