Fairview Missionary Baptist Church Deed

Deed transcribed & submitted by Peggy D. Gilkey

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the foregoing described     tract  piece  or parcel   of land, and the
improvements and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, unto   them
      the said parties of the second part and their successors in office
and assigns, etc., forever, with covenant of "General Warranty"of title.

In Testmony Whereof, the said party of the first part, hereunto sets his hand this 27th day of February, 1893
                 signed....J.J. Jenkins

State of Kentucky
Caldwell County
Frank A. Pasteur, Clerk of the County Court for the County and
State aforesaid, do certify that the foregoing deed from J.J. Jenkins
to Trustees of Fairview Church
on 27th day of Feburary 1893
was produced to me in my office
and acknowledged before me by J. J. Jenkins

to be his act and deed for the uses and purposes therein mentioned and this day ordered
to record it and that I have recorded it and this certificate in my said office

Witness my hand this 8th day of April 1893
     Frank A. Pasteur  Clerk
     By C. M. Wood   D.C.

This Deed, Made and entered into by and between J.J. Jenkins party to the first part, and L.R. Goodaker, R.M. Tyrie, and Thos. Tyrie in trust for Fairview United Baptist Church near Smith's Mill in Caldwell County, Ky. and their successors in office, party of the second part Witnesseth, That the said party of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of $10.00 cash in hand paid, the receipt of which acknowledged he the said party of the first part has this day and does by these presents grant, bargain, sell, and convey, unto the said party of the second part and their successors in office the following described real estate, viz: a certain piece or parcel of land situated in Caldwell County, Kentucky, on waters of Flynn's fork of Tradewater river near Smith's Mill, is a part of the land known as the John Richey Survey, and is bounded as follows, Beginning at a rock in the Richey line near John Pugh's dwelling house, and nearly East of same running thence in an Easterly course with the Richey line 17 poles to a stone, thence in a Northerly course 16 1/2 poles to another stone thence in a Westerly course 17 poles to another stone, thence in a Southerly course 21 poles to the beginning, containing 2 acres more or less. It is hereby understood that in the event of the premises above described ever being vacated or abandoned for church purposes then and in that event one acre of the above described land off the South side or end of same is to revert back and the title to same being vested in said first party or his assigns.


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