Bullitt County History

L. W. & Minerva Nichols to B. H. Blair - Rawlings Tracts

On 13 Oct 1883, Minerva Nichols and her husband deeded her share of two Knob Creek tracts that had come to her from the estate of her father, Lewis Rawlings, to B. H. Blair as noted below.

Bullitt County Deed Book Y, Page 432-433

This deed made and entered into October 13, 1883 between Minerva J. Nichols and L. W. Nichols her husband of the county of Bullitt and state of Kentucky of the first part and B. H. Blair of the county and state aforesaid of the second part.

Witnesseth that the said first parties for and in consideration of the sum of $125 to be paid December 25, 1883, the same to be secured by a note bearing even dae with this deed, that the said first parties have granted, bargained and sold and by these presents doth convey unto the said B. H. Blair all their right, title and interest in and to two tracts of land, one of 84 acres conveyed to Lewis Rawlings by Mathew Wilson, and one of 12 acres conveyed by Charles Foster to the said Lewis Rawlings lying on Knob Creek in the County of Bullitt and state of Kentucky, being one undivided interest in said land and also the interest of said grantors in the share of Julania C. Cook dec'd, descended from the said Lewis Rawlings dec'd.

To have and to hold the interest conveyed unto the said B. H. Blair, his heirs and assigns forever with covenant of general warranty, and in token of her relinquishment of all dower and of homestead interests in said lands the said Minerva J. Nichols joins in the due execution hereof. Witness the hands of the first parties the day and year above written.

[Signed by grantors and recorded in Bullitt County on 13 Oct 1883.]

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