Bullitt County History

George Reed to John Beckwith - 41 Acres

Bullitt County Deed Book C, pages 73-74
17 Mar 1813
George Reed of Bourbon County to John Beckwith of Bullitt County
$102.50 for 41 acres

Parcel of land, a part of a tract that Reed purchased from Edward Williams, beginning at a sugar tree, mulberry and elm on northeast corner of Williams' preemption, running thence South 18.5° West 198 poles to a stone in a line of Jesse Willson's, thence with said line East 10 poles to a cherry and elm trees, thence with Willson's line South 24 poles to a dogwood and two elms in Benjamin Summers' line and with his line East 50 poles to a mulberry, hickory and dogwood saplings in a line of the original survey, and with said line North 204 poles to the beginning.

A photocopy of this deed is shown below.

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