John Riley continued to sell parts of his patented land, including parts to Christian Barrall and Elizabeth Harshfield, and additionally 80 acres to Jacob Miller and 180 acres to Henry Beghtol.
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John Riley to Christian Barrall
Bullitt County Deed Book H, Pages 102-103
29 Aug 1834
"All my land lying on Knob Creek which is unsold lying between the lines of Martin Harshfield, Buchner, Jacob Miller and Walter Harshfield."
John A. Riley, attorney for John Riley Sr., to Jacob Miller
Bullitt County Deed Book M, Page 389
31 Dec 1835
"80 acres on Knob Creek"
John Riley to Elizabeth Harshfield
Bullitt County Deed Book I, Pages 137-138
6 Sep 1838
"All my land lying on Knob Creek which is unsold lying between the lines of Jacob Miller and Martin Harshfield."
John Riley to Henry Beghtol
Bullitt County Deed Book I, Pages 138-139
6 Sep 1838
"180 acres lying on Knob Creek between the lines of Peter Miller, Jacob Horine, William Pohon and the division line between Riley and Nicholas Buckner including all unsold land of said Riley."
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