DEED - B. P. Holland, Trustee to J. S. Fowlkes

Transcribed by Lori Thornton

Source: Monroe County Deed Record 55, pp. 47-48

B. P. Holland, Trustee Deed To J. S. Fowlkes

The State of Mississippi }
County of Monroe         }    By virtue of the authority vested in me as substituted trustee in a certain deed of trust executed by Zack Coats on the 24th day of January 1889, to leave the payment of a certain indebtedness herein named to M. A. Dilworth and duly recorded in the Chancery Clerk’s office of the County of Monroe, State of Mississippi in Book “H” at page 171 and default in the payment of said indebtedness having been made by the said Zack Coats. I, as said substituted trustee, have this day according to the provisions of said deed of trust sold the following described lands lying being and situated in said County & State, to wit: the NE ¼ of the SW ¼ and the SW ¼ of the NE ¼, Section Five (5), Township Thirteen (13) Range Eighteen (18) West containing 80 acres when J. S. Fowlkes because the highest and best bidder therefore at the sum of Two Hundred and seventy-five Dollars and having paid said sum of money, I now convey said land to him.
                                  Witness my signature this the 28th day of Jany 1892.
                                  B. P. Holland, sub. Trustee

The State of Mississippi }
County of Monroe         }            Personally appeared before me W. H. Nabors, an Ex officio Justice of the Peace for said County the within named B. P. Holland who acknowledged that he signed and delivered the foregoing Deed as his act and deed on the day and year therein named.
                                Witness my signature this the 30th day of January 1892.
                                W. H. Nabors, Mayor & Ex Off. J. P.

Filed for record Feb 4, 1892 2 o’clock P.M.
                                                           W. H. Kolb, Clk.
                                                           A. C. Lowe, D. C.


 

 

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