Deed, tract of land in Forsyth County purchased from J. R. and Jennie Osborn by E. N. Jarrett, June 10, 1886.
Transcription [all spelling & grammar is as written]:
State of Arkansas / Caroll County: / This Deed made this the tenth day of June eighteen hundred and eighty six by J. R. Osborn and his wife Jennie Osborn of Caroll Co, State of Arkansas / of the first part to E. N. Jarrett of Forsyth County and state North Carolina of the second part Witnesseth: That said J. R. Osborn and his wife Jennie Osborn in consideration of the sum of fifteen dollars ($15.00) to them paid by E. N. Jarrett the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged have bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain and sell and convey to said E. N. Jarrett and his heirs a certain tract or parcel of land in Forsyth County State of North Carolina adjoining the lands of Austin Charles and others bounded as follows, vis: It being the one sixth part of an [illegible] five acre tract of land known as the Branson Osborn land and of which one sixth part descended to said J. R. Osborn and wife Jennie Osborn as legatees of Branson Osborn and the whole undivided tract bounded as follows vis: Beginning at a stone in the Salisbury Road thence west forty poles to a stone / To have and to hold the aforesaid tract or parcel of land and all privileges and appurtenances there to belonging to the said E. H. Jarrell and his heirs and assigns, to their only use and behoof forever. / And the said J. R. Osborn and wife Jennie Osborn covenant that they are seized of said premisses in fee and have right to convey the same in fee simpe; that the same are free and clear from all incumbrances and that they will warrant and [illegible] the said title to the same against the claims of all persons whatsoever. / In testimony where of the said J. R. Osborn and his wife Jennie Osborn have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year above written / [signature and seal of J. R. Osborn] / [signature and seal of J. E. Osborn]
|Date||June 10, 1886|
Jarrett, E. N.
Osborn, J. R.
|Credit Line||Gift of Carolyn B. Oakley|