Below are four indentures of Garland (Garlant) Hall born 5 March 1778 (Kentucky/Tennessee) m. Penelope Strickland early 1800s and died 5 April 1847 in Macon County, Illinois.
Transcribed from Court Entry reading: Garlent Hall from Thomas Huey June 19th 1815 Following the indenture from Tonnly Redfearn to Issac Redfearn
DATED NOVEMBER 1, 1815
This indenture made this first day of November One Thousand Eight Hundred and Fourteen between Thomas Huey of the one part of the County of Lincoln and in the State of Tennessee and Garlent Hall of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of three hundred dollars to the said Thomas Hughey well and truly paid by the said Garlent Hall at or before sealing and delivering of these presents. The receipt hereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted sold and Released and confirmed and by these presents doth grant Bargain sell Release and Confirm unto the said Garlent Hall his heirs and assigns all that tract or piece of Land Containing forty three acres lying and being in the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee on the waters of Red River Beginning at the North west Corner of a tract of land it being a Hickory Thomas Johnsons Corner and Running west Fifty Eight and a half poles to a post oak thence North one Hundred and seventeen poles to a Hickory thence East fifty Eight and one half poles to a stake thence South one hundred and seventeen poles to the beginning surveyed on the 22nd day December 1807. The premises where the said Garlent Hall now lives together with all and singular the Right and appurtenances thereof whatsoever to the said tract of land being and belonging as in anywise appertaining to have and to hold the said tract of Land and all and singular the premises and appurtenances thereunto belonging as afore said and every part thereof unto Garlent Hall his Heirs and assigns to the only proper benefit behoof of the said Garlent Hall his Heirs and assigns forever and the said Thomas Huey and his Heirs that tract of land and premises aforesaid and part thereof unto the said Garlant Hall his heirs and assigns and the said Thomas Huey do Warrant and define from him and his heirs and no other person or person in witness inhere of I have hereunto set this hand and Seal the day and year first above written signed sealed and delivered in the presence of us.
Archibald M. Campbell
John Huey for Thomas Huey (SEAL)
Attorney in fact
I Archibald M. Campbell of Logan County and state of Kentucky will warrant and forever defined the above mentioned land & premises which in Conveyed by John Huey to Garlent Hall his Heirs and assigns against the Just Claim of all persons or persons whatsoever witness my hand & seal this 8th day of May 1815.
Ad. M. Campbell (SEAL)
Robertson County Court May Term 1815. This Indenture from John Huey Attorney in fact for Thomas Huey to Garlent Hall was proven in open Court by the oath of Archibald Campbell and William McCurdy subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be Registered.
Jas. Tunstale, C.R.C.
Followed by the Indenture of Hugh Johnson from James England .. June 19,
Transcription of a Court Entry on page 1816 marked as 1132 and entitled:
Garland Hall from A.M. Campbell May 23rd
DATED MAY 13, 1816
This indenture made this thirteenth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixteen between Archibald M. Campbell of the County of Logan and State of Kentucky of the one part and Garland Hall of the County of Robertson of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of fifty dollars in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained and sold and by their presents doth give grant bargain sell convey and confirm unto the said Garlant Hall his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land containing twenty four acres lying and being in the County of Robertson on the waters of Red River Beginning at a post oak near Homer Hamilton's west boundary line of a forty three acre survey and running west forty four and a half poles to two black Jacks thence South eighty six poles to a post oak thence east forty four and a half poles to a Spanish oak thence South eight six poles to the beginning containing twenty four acres with the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining to have and to hold the aforesaid land and premises hereby granted with the appurtenances unto the said Garlent Hall his heirs and assigns and forever and the said Archibald M. Campbell for himself his heirs executors administrators doth hereby forever promise and agree that he will at all times hereafter warrant and forever defend the said land and premises to the said Garlant Hall his heirs and assigns forever against all claims and demands of any person or persons whatever whereby the above mentioned land and premises may be affected or encumbered contrary to the true intent and meaning of these presents in witness whereof Archibald M. Campbell hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written.
A.M. Campbell (SEAL)
Robertson County Court May TERM 1816 THIS Indenture from Archibald M. Campbell to Garlant Hall was presented in Court acknowledged by the said Archibald M. Campbell to be his act and deed and by the Court ordered to be Registered.
Test Ja. Sunstall C.R.C.
Transcription of a Court Entry on page 0313 entitled: Garland Hall from Tennessee Oct 19, 1819
GARLAND HALL FROM TENNESSEE
October 19, 1819
The State of Tennessee No. 12819
To all to whom these presents shall come greetings. Know ye that by notice of part of certificate No. 1290 dated the twenty-third date of October 1812 penned by the Register of West Tennessee to William P. Anderson the thirteenth day of August 1814 by No. 12998 this is granted by the said State of Tennessee unto unto (sic) Garland Hall assignee of the said William P. Anderson a certain tract or parcel of land containing ten acres by survey bearing date the 26th day of August 1814 lying in the first district in Robertson County on the waters of Red River and located as follows to wit, beginning at a post oak on Alsa Babbs South East corner thence East twenty poles to a post oak on Homer Hamilton's line thence North with said line eighty poles to a dead oak thence West twenty poles to a stake on said Babbs' line thence South with his line eighty poles to the beginning. With the listed amounts and appurtenances. To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances to the said Garland Hall and his heirs forever. In witness whereof Joseph McMinnis Governor of the State of Tennessee hath hereunto set his hand and caused the great seal of the State to be affixed at Winfries (?) burough on the second day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighteen and of the Independence of the Untied State this forty thrice -------- By the governor
Recorded in the office of the Register of West Tennessee June 11th 1819. McGavock, Reg. Garland Hall is entitled to the within mentioned tract of land.
McGavock, Register of West Tennessee
State of Tennessee
October 18th 1819
Received one Cent this State tax on this grant. Let it be registered.
Wm. Deal, CRC
Transcription of a Court Entry on page S 493 entitled: Garlant Hall from D.W. Slater dated 7th Dec 1826
GARLANT HALL FROM D.W. SLATER
7th December 1826
This Indenture made this fifteenth day of September one thousand eight hundred and twenty four between David W. Slater of the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee of the one part and Garlant Hall of the County and State aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that the said David W. Slater for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars to him in hand paid the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained sold aliened conveyed and confirmed and by these presents do bargain sell alien convey and confirm unto the said Garlant Hall a certain tract or parcel of land situated lying and being in the County of Robertson and State of Tennessee on the waters of red river Beginning at a black Jack the north west corner of a tract of land sold by said Slater to Richard Woodard running West fifty eight poles to a post oak then South ninety poles to a small hickory bush thence East fifty eight poles to a stake the South West corner of Richard Woodard then with his line North ninety poles to the Beginning Containing thirty two and three fourth acres and being part of a tract conveyed by Henry Slater to David W. Slater in this year 1823. To have & to hold this above granted premises with all and singular the rights profits hereditaments and appurtenances as hereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to the said Garlant Hall his heirs and assigns forever. And the said David H. Slater for himself his heirs executors and administrators doth hereby covenant and agree to and with the said Garlant Hall his heirs and assigns the above mentioned premises he will warrant and forever defend against the interest claim of remaining heirs executors and administrators and against all other persons claiming the same.
In Testimony Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 15th day of September 1824.
Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of
John C. Stranghorn
D.H. Slater (SEAL)
Sandford H. King
Robertson County Court November Term 1826.
This Indenture from David H. Slater to Garlant Hall was proven in open Court by the oath Sanford H. King and William Gambill subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be registered.
Wm. Seal (Clk)
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