[APG Public List] Land Indenture Language

Valerie Stern wolawol at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 07:35:34 MST 2010


Donna,

Did you find it under a Grantor or Grantee index? The grantor (seller) is
usually the first one mentioned, in my experience.

Valerie Stern

On Tue, Feb 9, 2010 at 1:27 AM, Donna McR <donna316 at tx.rr.com> wrote:

> I need to confirm the legal meaning here:
>
>
> State of Georgia, County of Wilkes. Indenture dated 12 October1871 between
> Branson Thomas of Heard County, of the first part, and Samuel Smith of the
> State of Alabama, County of Randolph, of the second part, for and in
> consideration of the sum of $600: 95 acres, the east side of lot #189 in the
> 12th District of originally Carroll now Heard County.
>
> Please tell me which is the seller of this land----the party of the first
> part (Branson Thomas) or the party of the second part (Samuel Smith)?
>
> Help appreciated-----
>
> Donna
>
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