Bullitt County History

George Reed to John Phebus - 10 Acres

Bullitt County Deed Book A, page 191
19 Dec 1800
George Reede of Bourbon County to John Phebus of Bullitt County
$50 for 10 acres

Parcel of land, part of tract purchased by Reed from Edward Williams, beginning at Robert Martin's northwest corner at a white oak, beech and ash, thence North 24 poles to a black oak and two elms in Jessy Wilson's line, thence East 66 2/3 poles to an elm and cherry, thence South 24 poles to a dogwood and two elms in Martin's line, thence with his line 66 2/3 poles to the beginning.

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