Bullitt County History

John Riley to Miller, Harshfield, Pohon

On 1 Nov 1825, John Riley sold three parts of his patented land in northwestern Bullitt County; the first of 179 acres to Jacob Miller, the second of 882.25 acres to Martin Harshfield, and the third of 111 acres to William Pohon.

Images of these deeds may be viewed below.

John Riley to Jacob Miller
179.25 acres
Bullitt County Deed Book F, Pages 98-99

John Riley to Martin Harshfield
882.25 acres
Bullitt County Deed Book F, Pages 99-100

John Riley to William Pohon
111 acres
Bullitt County Deed Book F, Pages 100-111

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