Glynn Co. Deed Book 3U
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Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of:

J.J. Spears
N.D. RUSSELL
Notary Public, Glynn County, Ga.
(Notarial Seal)

Received this 5th day of December 1925 A.O. Townsend, Deputy Clark

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State of Georgia
Glynn County.

          This Indenture made and entered into on this 24th day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and seventeen (1917), by and between S.A. Burney and I.K. Burney both of said Glynn County, as the parties of the first part, and A.R. Berrie of said Glynn county, as the party of the second part.
          Witnesseth: That the said parties of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of three hundred dollars ($300.00) to them cash in hand paid, at and previous to the ensealing and delivery of these presents, and the receipt of which they now hereby admit, has granted, bargained, sold and conveyed, and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said party of the second part and his heirs and assigns, all of that tract lot, parcel of land situated, lying and being in said Glynn County, Georgia, and on Blythe Island therein, and on that part of Blythe island commonly known as Naval City and forming in shape a rectangle with ends four hundred and fifty (450) feet, and sides seven hundred and fifty (750) feet in length, and containing eight (8) acres be the same more or less, and having the courses and distances following and to say: commencing on the south side of Louise Avenue where it is intersected by the west side of Twelfth Street and running thence westwardly along the south line of Louise Avenue four hundred and fifty (450) feet to the east line of Fourteenth Street, thence southwardly along the east line of Fourteenth Street seven hundred and fifty (750) feet to the north line of New York Avenue, thence eastwardly along the North line of New York Avenue four hundred and fifty (450) feet to the west line of Twelfth Street, and thence northwardly along the west line of Twelfth Street seven hundred and fifty (750) feet to the initial point; and bounded north by Louise Avenue; west by Fourteenth Street south by New York Avenue; and east by Twelfth Street and being readily identified by reference to the map of Naval City made by E.A. Penniman, county surveyor of Glynn County, Georgia and now on file in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of said county.
          Together with all and singular the tenements and hereditaments, the remainders and reversions, the houses, out houses and buildings, the rents, issues and profits and all and singular the rights, members and appurtenances to the same in any way belonging or in any wise appertaining.
          To have and to hold the said bargained and above described tract of land with appurtenances unto the said party of the second part and his heirs and assigns forever and in fee simple.
          And the said parties of the first part will and their heirs, executors and administrators shall the right and title in and to said bargained and above described tract of land with the appurtenances unto the said party of the second part and his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, against the claims of all persons whomsoever forever warrant and defend by virtue of these presents.
          In testimony whereof, the said parties of the first part have hereunto set their hands hereon affixed their seals and delivered these presents on the day and year first above written.

S.A. Burney {L.S.}
I.K. Burney
{L.S.}

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of:

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C.G. Holmes
A.O. Anderson
Notary Public, Glynn Co., Ga. 11/19/17
(Notarial Seal)

Recorded this 5th day of December 1925 A.O. Townsend, Deputy Clerk

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State of Pennsylvania,
County of Philadelphia

          This Indenture, made and entered into on this the 23rd day of August 1918, by and between Phillip Massman, of the County of Philadelphia, and State of Pennsylvania, as the party of the first part, and A.R. Berrie of the County of Glynn, and State of Georgia, as the party of the second part.
          Witnesseth: That on the 6th day of July 1916, the said party of the first part, by this certain indenture of that date agreed to convey the property hereinafter described and hereby conveyed to the said party of the second part upon the payment of one thousand dollars ($1000.00), and the said one thousand dollars ($1000.00) having been paid to the true intent and meaning thereof to the said party of the first part, the said party of the first part for the said one thousand dollars ($1000.00) cash in hand paid the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, has granted, bargained, sold and conveyed, and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said party of the second part and his heirs and assigns: All of that certain lot, tract or parcel of land situate, lying and being in said Glynn County and State of Georgia, and on Blythe Island therein containing two hundred and sixty one (261) acres of land, more or less, and in that part or portion of said Blythe Island known as “Naval City” which said tract is divided up into blocks and lots, and is particularly known and identified on and in the map and plan of said Naval City as made by b E.A. Penniman, Civil engineer, of said Glynn County, as follows, to wit:
          Block of land number two hundred and forty two (242), bounded according to said map on the south by the United States Navy Yard property and on the North by Broadway Street, excepting from said block lots number forty two (42), forty three (43), forty four (44), forty five (45), forty six (46), forty seven (47), and forty eight (48), which have heretofore been sold.
          Also block of land number two hundred and thirty five (235) bounded according to said map on the south by Government Navy Yard property, and on the north by said Broadway Street.
          Also block of land number two hundred and twenty eight (228), bounded according to said map on the south by said Government Navy Yard and on the north by said Broadway Street;
          Also block of land number two hundred and twenty one (221) bounded according to said map on the south by said government navy yard property and on the north by said Broadway Street.
          Also block of land number two hundred and fourteen (214), bounded according to said map on the south by said Government navy yard property and on the north by said Broadway Street, excepting from said block lots number on (1), two (2), three (3), four (4), and five (5), which have heretofore been sold.
          Also block of land number two hundred and seven (207), bounded according to map on the south by said government navy yard property and on the north by said Broadway Street.
          Also block of land number one hundred and eighty four (184), bounded on the south by according to said map by Glynn Avenue, and on the north by Georgia Avenue.
          Also block of land number one hundred and ninety eight (198), bounded according to said map on the south by said Glynn Avenue and on the north by said Georgia Avenue.
          Also block of land number two hundred and five (205), bounded according to said map

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on the south by Glynn Avenue and on the north by said Georgia Avenue.
          Also block of land number two hundred and twelve (212), bounded on the south by said Glynn Avenue and on the north by said Georgia Avenue.
          Also block of land number two hundred and nineteen (219), bounded on the south by said Glynn avenue and on the north by said Georgia Avenue.
          Also block of land number two hundred and twenty six (226), bounded according to said map on the south by said Glynn Avenue and on the north by said Georgia Avenue.
          Also block of land number two hundred and thirty three (233), bounded according to said map on the south by said Glynn Avenue and on the north by said Georgia Avenue.
          Also block of land number two hundred and forty (240), bounded according to said map on the south by said Glynn Avenue, and on the north by said Georgia Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and forty seven (247), bounded according to said map on the south by said Glynn Avenue and on the north by said Georgia Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered one hundred and eighty two (182), bounded according to said map on the south by said Glynn Avenue and on the north by said Georgia Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered one hundred and eighty nine (189), bounded according to said map on the south by Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by New York Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered one hundred and ninety six (196), bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by said New York Avenue; excepting from said blocks lots numbers twelve (12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14), fifteen (15), sixteen (16), seventeen (17), eighteen (18), nineteen (19), twenty (20), twenty one (21), and twenty two (22);
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and three (203), bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue, and on the north by said New York Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and ten (210), bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue, and on the north by said New York Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and seventeen (217), bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by said New York Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and twenty four (224), bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by said New York Avenue;
          Also block of land numbered one hundred and fifty two (152), bounded according to said map on the south by Louise Avenue, and on the north by the line dividing the said Naval City from the lands of John I. Holley et. al. excepting from said block lots number seventeen (17), eighteen (18), nineteen (19), twenty (20), twenty one (21), twenty two (22), twenty three (23), twenty four (24), twenty five (25), and twenty six (26).
          Also block of land numbered one hundred and fifty nine (159), bounded on the south by Louise Avenue and on the north according to said map by said line dividing said Naval City from lands of John I. Holley et. al.
          Also block of land numbered one hundred and sixty six (166), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by said line dividing said Naval City from lands of said John I. Holley et. al.
          Also block of land numbered one hundred and eighty (180), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by said line dividing said Naval City from lands of John I. Holley et. al.
          Also block of land numbered one hundred and eighty seven (187), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by said line dividing said Naval City from lands of said John I. Holley et. al.
          Also block of land numbered one hundred and ninety four (194), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue, and on the north by said line dividing said Naval

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City from lands of said John I. Holley et. al.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and one (201), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by said line dividing said Naval City from the lands of the said John I. Holley et. al.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and eight (208), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by said line dividing the said Naval City from the lands of said John I. Holley et. al., excepting from said block lots number twelve (12), twenty seven (27), twenty eight (28), twenty nine (29), forty eight (48), forty nine (49), fifty (50), fifty one (51), and fifty two (52).
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and fifty four (254), bounded according to said map on the south by Glynn Avenue and on the north by Georgia Avenue, excepting from said block lots numbers sixteen (16), seventeen (17), eighteen (18), nineteen (19), twenty (20), twenty one (21), twenty two (22), twenty three (23), twenty four (24), twenty five (25), twenty six (26), twenty seven (27), twenty eight (28), twenty nine (29), thirty (30), thirty one (31), thirty two (32), thirty three (33), thirty four (34), thirty five (35), thirty six (36).
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and sixty one (261), bounded according to said map on the south by said Glynn Avenue, and on the north by said Georgia Avenue, excepting from said block lots numbers twenty two (22), twenty three (23), twenty four (24), twenty five (25), twenty six (26), twenty seven (27), twenty eight (28), twenty nine (29), thirty (30), thirty one (31).
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and seventy four (274), bounded according to said map on the south by Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by New York Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and thirty one (231), and block of land number two hundred and thirty eight (238) bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by said New York Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and forty five (245), bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by said New York Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and fifty two (252), bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by said New York Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and fifty nine (259), bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by said New York Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and sixty six (266), bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by said New York Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and seventy two (272), bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by said New York Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and seventy seven (277), bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by said New York Avenue.
          Also block of land numbered two hundred and eighty two (282), bounded according to said map on the south by said Pennsylvania Avenue and on the north by said New York Avenue.
          Also the southern one half of block of land number two hundred and twenty two (222), bounded according to said map on the south by Louise Avenue, and on the north by the northern one-half of said lot number two hundred and twenty two (222).
          Also the southern one half of block of land number two hundred and twenty nine (229), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by the northern one half of said block number two hundred and twenty nine (229).
          Also the southern one half of block of land number two hundred and thirty six (236), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by the northern one half of said block number two hundred and thirty six (236).
          Also the southern one half of block of land number two hundred and forty three (243),

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bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by the northern one half of said block number two hundred and forty three (243).
          Also the southern one half of block of land number two hundred and fifty (250), bounded according to said map on the south by Louise Avenue, and on the north by the northern one half of said block number two hundred and fifty (250).
          Also the southern one half of block of land number two hundred and fifty seven (257), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by the northern one half of said block number two hundred and fifty seven (257).
          Also the southern one half of block of land number two hundred and sixty four (264), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by the northern one half of said block number two hundred and sixty four (264).
          Also the southern one half of block of land number two hundred and seventy (270), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by the northern one half of said block number two hundred and seventy (270).
          Also the southern one half of block of land number two hundred and seventy five (275), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by the northern one half of said block number two hundred and seventy five (275).
          Also the southern one half of block of land number two hundred and eighty (280), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by the northern one half of said block number two hundred and eighty (280).
          Also the southern one half of block of land number two hundred and eighty four (284), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by the northern one half of said block number two hundred and eighty four (284).
          And also the southern one half of block of land number two hundred and eighty seven (287), bounded according to said map on the south by said Louise Avenue and on the north by the northern one half of said block number two hundred and eighty seven (287).
          TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said above described and hereby conveyed tracts of land with said appurtenances unto the said party of the second part and his heir(s) and assigns forever and in fee simple.
          AND the said party of the first part for himself, his heirs, executors and administrators, the right and title in and to the said above described and hereby conveyed tracts of land unto the said party of the second part his heirs and assigns, will forever warrant and defend against the claim or demand of all persons whomsoever by virtue of these presents.
          IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said party of the first part has hereunto set his hand hereon affixed his seal and delivered these presents on the day and year first above written, and in said county of Philadelphia.

Philip Massman {LS}

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of:
D. Freedman
Arnold Katz
State of Pennsylvania City of Philadelphia

          This 30th day of November 1918, personally appeared before me Arnold Katz a notary public for the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, residing in the city of Philadelphia, the aforesaid Philip Massman and in due form of law acknowledged the foregoing deed to be his act and deed and desired the same might be recorded as such according to law.
          Witness my hand and official seal the day and year aforesaid.

Arnold Katz Notary Public, My commission expires March 25th, 1921 {Notarial Seal}

Internal Revenue Stamp $1.00

Recorded this 5th day of December 1925 A.O. Townsend Deputy Clerk.

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State of Georgia
Glynn County.

          THIS INDENTURE made and entered into on this the 1st day of November 1921, by and between Mrs. Addie R. Lipthrott, of said Glynn County, Georgia, acting by and through A..R. Berrie of said Glynn County, Georgia, as the party of the first part, and the said A.R. Berrie individually, of said Glynn County, Georgia, as the party of the second part.
          WITNESSETH: That whereas the said Mrs. Addie R. Lipthrott did in the 18th day of September 1920 executed and deliver to the said A.R. Berrie her certain mortgage on the property hereinafter described and hereby conveyed, to secure the said A.R. Berrie as an accommodation endorser on the certain note for three hundred and twenty five dollars ($325.00) mentioned in said mortgage, and the said note of three hundred and twenty five dollars ($325.00) having been reduced to two hundred and seventy dollars ($270.00) and the said renewal note of two hundred and seventy dollars ($270.00) having matured by its face on July 15th 1921, and which said mortgage is recorded in Volume 23, folio 741, of the records of said Glynn County, and reference is hereto given for all purposes.
          And whereas there is at present the amount of two hundred and seventy dollars ($270.00) due under the terms of said mortgage, and the said mortgage stipulates that if the said Mrs. Addie R. Lipthrott shall fail to pay promptly the said indebtedness to said bank or said bank’s assigns, or renewals thereof, and the said A.R. Berrie shall pay the same as said endorser and the said A.R. Berrie being given the right to pay the same immediately upon failure of the said Mrs. Addie R. Lipthrott to pay said note or renewal, the said A.R. Berrie shall have the right to sell said property and all the right, title, equity and interest of the said Mrs. Addie Lipthrott therein, at public outcry before the court house door of said Glynn County, Georgia, between the legal hours of sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, the property hereinafter described and hereby conveyed to ay said indebtedness as stipulated therein.
          And whereas the said Mrs. Addie R. Lipthrott failed to pay said renewal note of two hundred and seventy dollars ($270.00) at maturity and the said A.R. Berrie paid the same to the Brunswick Bank & Trust Company, to which bank the said note was made payable and the said A.R. Berrie having advertised the said property to be sold in the Brunswick News, the newspaper in which the sheriff’s advertisements of said Glynn County are published once a week for four weeks preceding the sale’s day.
          And whereas the said party of the second part did on the first Tuesday in November 1921, between the legal hours of sale offer the said property hereinafter described and conveyed, for sale before the court house door of said county, to the highest and best bidder for cash and the said A.R. Berrie being the highest and best bidder for cash, the same was knocked off to him for the sum of one hundred dollars ($100.00) thereby divesting the said Mrs. Addie R. Lipthrott of any right, title, interest, claim or demand in equity or in law which she had or may have had in said land.
          Now therefore, said Mrs. Addie R. Lipthrott, acting through the said A.R. Berrie for one hundred dollars ($100.00), which is credited on said note of two hundred and seventy dollars ($270.00) as before stated, and by the power recited in said mortgage, does hereby grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said A.R. Berrie, individually, his heirs and assigns, THAT CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY, lying and being in said State and County, and on the island of Blythe therein containing twenty five acres, more or less, and bounded as follows: On the east by thirty fourth street of Naval City, on the west by a salt marsh, on the north by the lands of the said party of the second part, also known as Kennards lands, and on the south by a salt marsh.

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          TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said bargained and above described tract of land unto the said A.R. Berrie, his heirs and assigns, so that neither the said Mrs. Addie R. Lipthrott, nor any one claiming under or by her shall at any time ever have or claim any right or title to the said above described tract of land, with its appurtenances.
          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said Mrs. Addie R. Lipthrott, acting by and through said A.R. Berrie, has hereunto set her hand, hereon affixed her seal and delivered these presents on the day and year first above written and in said Glynn County, Georgia.

Mrs. Addie R. Lipthrott LS
By A.R. Berrie {LS}

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of:
R.S. Pyles
Julia M. Dart
Notary Public-Glynn County, Georgia
{notarial seal}
Internal Revenue Stamp $0.50

Recorded this 5th day of December 1925 A.O. Townsend Deputy Clerk.

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State of Georgia
County of Glynn

          THIS INDENTURE, made and entered into on this the 13th day of July 1922, by and between W.W. Spaulding and Mrs. Ellen Spaulding, both of said Glynn County, Georgia, as the parties of the first part, and A.R. Berrie, of said Glynn County, Georgia, as the party of the second part.
          WITNESSETH: That heretofore and on the 12th day of October 1918, the said party of the second part did convey the property hereinafter conveyed to the said parties of the first part and through an error the said deed was made to W.M. Spaulding when the same should have been made to W.W. Spaulding and Mrs. Ellen Spaulding, the said parties of the first part hereto.
          NOW THEREFORE the said parties of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of eight hundred dollars ($800.00) cash in hand paid to the said parties of the first part by the said party of the second part, and the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged the said parties of the first part have granted, bargained, sold and conveyed unto the said party of the second part, and his heirs and assigns, ALL OF THOSE CERTAIN TRACTS, lots or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the 26th District G.M., of said Glynn County, Containing twelve (12) acres more or less, known as the home place of W.B. Manoe, deceased on Blythe Island therein, and being the same tract of land conveyed to the said W.B. Manoe by those certain three (3) deeds, the first from Louisa C. Doerflinger, dated May 10th, 1888, and recorded in book “HH” page 544 of said county; the second from Euphemia A. Harris, dated October 30th, 1897, and recorded in book “RR” page 120; and the third from the Seaboard Land improvement and manufacturing company of Georgia, dated February 17th, 1890 and recorded in book “NN” pages 345-346, reference to which said deeds and records is had for all purposes of description; and in which deeds the property herein conveyed is described as follows:
          1. In the said deed from Louisa C. Doerflinger as lots number one (1), two (2), three (3), four (4), five (5), six (6), seven (7), eight (8), nine (9), ten (10), eleven (11), twelve (12), thirteen (13), fourteen (14), fifteen (15), sixteen (16), seventeen (17), eighteen (18), nineteen (19), twenty (20), twenty one (21), twenty two (22), twenty three (23), twenty four (24), twenty five (25), twenty six (26), twenty seven (27), twenty eight (28), twenty nine (29), thirty (30), thirty one (31), thirty two (32), thirty three (33), thirty four (34), thirty five (35), thirty six (36), thirty seven (37), thirty eight (38), thirty nine (39), forty (40), forty one (41), forty two (42), forty three (43), forty four (44), forty five (45), forty six (46), forty seven (47), forty eight (48), forty nine (49), fifty (50), fifty one

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(51), fifty two (52), fifty three (53), fifty four (54), in blocks two hundred and sixty two and two hundred and sixty nine, there being fifty four (54) lots in each block, numbering on (1) to fifty four, making a total of one hundred and eight (108) lots, to low water mark, division “C”.
          2. In said deed from Euphemia A. Harris, as fifty two (52) lots of land in block number two hundred and forty eight (248), said block being a parallelogram in shape, with ends one hundred and ninety (190) feet in length, and sides seven hundred and eighty (780) feet in length, and being bounded on the north by Glynn Avenue, on the east by eight street, on the south by Broadway and on the west by Ninth Street.
          3. In said deed from said Seaboard land improvement and manufacturing company, as lots one (1) to twenty three (23), inclusive and lots thirty two (32) to fifty two (52), inclusive in block number two hundred and fifty five (255), in division “C”; all of such description of each of said deeds being according to the plan of said Naval City as referred to in said deeds.
          TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said bargained and above described and hereby conveyed tract of land, together with the tenements and hereditaments, the remainders and reversions, the houses, out houses, and buildings and the rights, members and appurtenances to the same in any way belonging, or in any wise appertaining, unto the said party of the second part, his heirs, and assigns, forever and in fee simple.
          And the said parties of the first part will and their heirs, executors and administrators shall, the right and title in and to the said bargained and above described tract of land, with the appurtenances unto the said party of the second part, and his heirs, executors administrators and assigns, against the claims of all persons whomsoever forever warrant and defend by virtue of these presents.
          IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said parties of the first part have hereunto set their hands, hereon affixed their seals and delivered these presents on this the day and year first above written and in said Glynn County, Georgia.

W.W. X Spaulding {LS}
his mark
Mrs. Ellen Spaulding
{LS}

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of:
Anna Isabelle Bernstien
F.M. Scarlett, Jr.
Notary Public, Glynn County, Georgia
Internal Revenue Stamp $1.00

Recorded this 5th day of December 1925 A.O. Townsend Deputy Clerk.

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State of Georgia
Glynn County.

          THIS INDENTURE made and entered into on this the thirteenth (13) day of July 1922, by and between W.W. Spaulding of said Glynn County, Georgia, as the party of the first part, and A.R. Berrie of said Glynn County, Georgia, as the party of the second part.
          WITNESSETH: That the party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred dollars ($400.00) cash in hand paid to the said party of the first part by the said party of the second part, and the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, the party of the first part has granted, bargained, sold and conveyed and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said party of the second part, and his heirs and assigns, all that tract or parcel of land lying in Glynn County, Georgia, Blythe Island, Naval City Georgia. Bounded south by lands of Unites States Government east by the Turtle River, north by division line of said Naval City tract or tract formerly owned by Holly Kennard and others. The land intended to by conveyed is particularly described on plot and plan made by E.A.

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Penniman C.E. 11th January 1905. Said land is described as Northern one half (1/2) of blocks, number 249, 256 and 263. Said halves of said block. Bounded as follows: North by Broadway Street, east by low water Mark Turtle river, west by 9th Street, said tract of land hereby conveyed being the same conveyed, January 11th 1905 from D.H. Devereaux to Mrs. Annie E. Harris, and is recorded in book “ZZ” general records of Glynn County, Georgia, less ALL THAT BLOCK OF LAND lying and being in said County and on Blythe island therein and at the bluff or landing of said Blythe island, and on the extreme southeast corner of the land brought by the said W.W. Spaulding from Mrs. Annie E. Harris by deed of March 15th, 1919, and recorded in book 3-K, folio 20, of the records of said Glynn County, and which said block of land contains one hundred and thirteen by one hundred feet (113x100), and fronts 100 feet on Turtle River, said block of land bounded on the south by lands of Fletcher Wilder; on the north, east and west by lands of the said W.W. Spaulding and which block of land was conveyed by said W.W. Spaulding to Mrs. Cora Wilder on December 14th, 1920 and recorded in the records of said county.
          TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the said bargained and above described and hereby conveyed tract of land, together with the tenements and hereditaments the remainders and reversion, the houses outhouses and buildings and the rights, members and appurtenances to the same in any way belonging, or in anywise appertaining, unto the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns, forever in fee simple.
          And the said parties of the first part will, and their heirs, executors and administrators shall, the right and title in and to the said bargained and above described tract of land, with the appurtenances unto the said party of the second part, and his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, against the claims of all person whomsoever, forever warrant and defend by virtue of these presents.
          IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the said parties of the first part have hereunto set their hands, hereon affixed his seal and delivered these presents on this the day and year first above written and in said Glynn County, Georgia.

W.W. X Spaulding {LS}
his mark

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of:
Anna Isabelle Bernstein
F.M Scarlett
Notary Public, State at Large for Georgia
{Notarial Seal}
(Internal Revenue Stamp $0.50)

Recorded this 5th day of December 1925 A.O. Townsend Deputy Clerk.

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State of Georgia
County of Glynn

          THIS INDENTURE, made and entered into on this the 25th day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty five (1925) by and between J.E. Dubberly of Glynn County, Georgia, the party of the first part, and A.R. Berrie of Glynn County, Georgia, the party of the second part.
          WITNESSETH: That the said party of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of ten dollars cash to him in hand paid by the said party of the second part at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, has granted, bargained, sold and forever quit-claimed and by these presents does grant, bargain sell and forever quit-claim unto the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns, all of the following tract or parcel of land lying situate and being in said Glynn County, Georgia, to-wit:
          All of that tract or parcel of land containing one thousand acres, more or less, lying situate and being on Blythe Island, Glynn County, Georgia, and being the north end of said

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island and bounded as follows: on the north by Hillary Island; on the east by Turtle River; on the south by the division line of the tract known as “Naval City” and lands formerly of A.F. Warnke; and on the west by Blythe Back River and being the same tract of land as conveyed by the said party of the second part to the said party of the first part by a deed to secure debt dated March 10, 1921, and recorded in book “3-N” folio 258 of the general records of Glynn County, Georgia, to which reference is had for a more complete description of the said property.
          TOGETHER WITH ALL and singular the rights, members, easements, hereditaments, improvements or appurtenance unto the same belonging or in anywise appertaining.
          In Witness whereof the said party of the first part has hereto set his hand and affixed his seal on this the day and year first above written.

Jno. Dubberly {LS}

Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of:
R.E. Breisnick
Chas. L. Gowen
Notary Public-Glynn County, Georgia

Recorded this 5th day of December 1925 A.O. Townsend Deputy Clerk

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State of Georgia
County of Glynn

          THIS INDENTURE, made and entered into on this 21st day of November in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty five (1925) by and between A.R. Berrie, of Glynn County, Georgia, the party of the first part and R.E. Benedict of Washington, District of Columbia, the party of the second part.
          WITNESSETH: That the said party of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of ten dollars and other good and valuable considerations to him paid by the said party of the second part, at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, has granted, bargained, sold and conveyed and by these presents does grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns, all of the following described real property in the county of Glynn and state of Georgia, to-wit:
          All of that certain tract or parcel of land containing twenty six hundred (2600) acres more or less, of high land and marsh, being islands lying along the western shore of Turtle River, which is more particularly described as the whole of Little Blythe Island and all of Blythe Island lying north of the northern line of the United States Naval Reserve upon said island; saving excepting and reserving however from this conveyance the following four (4) small tracts embraced within said description, to-say: 1. A tract of eight (8) acres more or less, claimed by one Wilder and lying next to the Government fence and on the eastern shore of said Blythe Island; 2. That certain lot rectangular in shape and containing one hundred by one hundred and thirteen (100x113) feet, lying next to the said Wilder tract, beginning at the edge of the high land and fronting on the marsh for a distance of one hundred feet and running back westerly along the said Wilder line a distance of one hundred and thirteen feet, being the lot claimed by Cora Wilder; and 3. That certain tract containing three (3) acres, more or less, claimed by one Lipthrott, lying next to the Government fence and along the western shore of said Blythe Island; and 4. That certain tract of land containing three (3) acres more or less, lying on what is known as Morrison Creek and on the west side of said creek, that is claimed by H. Wiggins.
          TOGETHER WITH ALL and singular the rights, members, easements, hereditaments, improvements and appurtenances unto the same belonging or in anywise appertaining;

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          TO HAVE AND TO HOLD The said described and bargained premises and property unto the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns, forever in fee simple.
          AND The said party of the first part, for himself, his heirs, executors and administrators, will warrant and forever defend unto the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns, the right and title to the said described and conveyed property against the claim or claims of all and every person or persons whomsoever claiming or to claim the same; provided however that this warranty shall not extend to that portion of the said described and conveyed property which was formerly known as Naval City, but as to the said Naval City portion of said property the said party of the first part only hereby makes a quit claim conveyance.
          In Witness Whereof, the said party of the first part has hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal on this the day and year first above written.

A.R. Berrie {LS}

Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of:
F.M Scarlett
C.B. Conyers
Notary Public, Glynn County Georgia
Internal Revenue Stamps $30.00

Recorded this 5th day of December 1925 A.O. Townsend Deputy Clerk.

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State of Georgia
County of Glynn

          THIS INDENTURE, made and entered into on this 27th day of November in the year nineteen hundred and twenty five (1925) by and between J.A. Roberson of Glynn County, Georgia, the party of the first part, and R.E. Benedict of Washington, District of Columbia the party of the second part.
          WITNESSETH: That the said party of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of six thousand ($6,000.00) dollars to him paid by the said party of the second part, at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, has granted, bargained, sold and conveyed and by these presents does grant, bargain sell and convey unto the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns, the following two (2) tracts or parcels of land in Glynn County, Georgia, lying together and forming one body of land, to-wit;
          1. That certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred (100) acres, more or less described as follows: Bounded on the north by lands originally owned by N.H. Barnwell, south by lands formerly owned by D.C. Bacon, east by the New Hope Plantation pine lands, and west by land now or formerly of Mrs. M.C. Dent; for a more complete description of said tract reference is had to two certain deeds and the plats thereto attached made by N.H. Barnwell to A.J. Liles, one dated May 1, 1896, and recorded in Book RR, page 161, and the other dated February 3, 1899, and recorded in Book RR, page 162, of the general records of Glynn County, Georgia, and
          2. That certain tract or parcel of land containing two hundred and ninety five (295) acres, more or less, described by courses and distance around the same as follows, to-wit Beginning at a point on the west side of the Old Brunswick & Altamaha Canal where this tract corners on said canal with lands formerly of Parker & Tait, running thence south 47 1/2 degrees west 70 chains and 50 links to the boundary line of the tract of land hereinabove described thence north 42 1/2 degrees west 32 chains along the boundary line of said tract above described, thence north 47 1/2 degrees east 114 chains along the boundary line between this tract and the lands now or formerly of Mrs. M.C. Dent to the said Brunswick & Altamaha Canal, and thence southwesterly along said canal to the point of beginning.

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