Glynn Co. Deed Book WW
Part 2

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State of Georgia County of Glynn.
          This Indenture, of lease made and entered into this the twenty first day of May in the year eighteen hundred and eighty nine, by and between J.J. Spears of the County and state of the first part, and Mrs. Laura Southard of the same county and state, of the second part;
          Witnesseth, that the said party of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of Two hundred dollars cash in hand paid by 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 unto the said party of the second part and by these presents does grant, bargain, sell and convey all that certain portion or lot of land lying and being in that portion of the city of Brunswick known as Town Commons and bounded as follows; commencing at the corner of lot 143 and 144 on Albany Street and running thence west ninety feet, thence south ninety feet to the northern line of lot 145 thence west along said northern line of lot 145 to Albany Street, thence west along line of Albany thence north along line of Albany Street to place of beginning, the said right, title and interest conveyed in this deed being the unexpired lease hold interest made by the Mayor and Council of the city of Brunswick to said J.J. Spears on the twenty third day of February in the year eighteen hundred and seventy and expiring on the second day of March nineteen hundred and sixty seven.
          To have and to hold the above described property as fully as held by the said J.J. Spears.
          Signed, sealed and delivered this the 21st day of May eighteen hundred and eighty nine.

J.J. Spears {ls}

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of
Oscar Bousse
Edgar C.P. Dart
Ordinary Glynn County Ga.

Recorded December 20th 1904 A.O. Townsend Deputy Clerk

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Georgia Glynn County.
          This Indenture, made and entered into on this the tenth day of June A.D. 1904, by and between J.J. Spears, of the county and state aforesaid, and hereinafter designated as the first party, and Mrs. Laura Southard, of the same place and hereinafter designated, as the second party.
          Witnesseth, that whereas, the first party some thirty years ago contracted to sell to said second party the following described property, to wit; the unexpired lease-hold interest in and to all that tract, lot or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the county and state aforesaid and in the city of Brunswick therein, and in that part of said city known as “Town Commons”, and being known, numbered and designated on the official map of said Town Commons of file in the office of the clerk of the Mayor & Council of said City, as the western one half (1/2) of town commons lot numbered one hundred and forty four (144) lying between Albany, Wolf, “J” and “K” Streets in said city, said half of said lot

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being bounded east ninety (90) feet by the eastern half of said lot 144, on the north ninety (90) feet by a portion of lot 143, on the west ninety feet (90) by Wolf Street and on the south ninety feet by a portion of lot 145.
          And whereas, said second party did at the time of said contract of purchase go into possession of said described one half of said lot 144 and did erect valuable improvements thereon and has since remained in actual, peaceable and exclusive possession thereof.
          And whereas, on the 21st day of May 1889, said second party having fully paid to said first party the purchase price of said half of said lot 144, said first party did sign, seal and deliver a deed to said second party in which said deed is was the intention of said first party to convey to said second party said unexpired lease-hold interest in and to said western half of said lot 144, the said lease-hold interest having been granted to said first party by the Mayor & Council of said city of February 23rd, 1870, for a term of years expiring on March 2nd, 1967.
          And whereas, said deed was defectively drawn by error and mistake of the scrivener that it failed to express the true intent of the parties thereto and did not properly convey the said western one-half of said lot 144 as was intended to be conveyed.
          Now therefore in order to reform the said deed and without resorting to a court of equity or law for that purpose, and to make said deed speak the truth and to carry out the true intent and meaning of the parties thereto and to ratify and confirm said contract of sale and for any and all purposes of making perfect the title to said half of said lot.
          The said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of five dollars to him in hand paid and for other good and valuable considerations him thereunto, assign, set over and convey unto the said second party, her heirs and assigns, the unexpired lease-hold interest in and to the said western one-half (1/2) of said Town Commons lot number One hundred and forty four (144) lying between Wolf, Albany, “J” and “K” Streets in said city as hereinbefore described, with all the rights, members, improvements, privileges and appurtenances to the same in any manner belonging or appertaining.
          To have and to hold the same for and during the full and and [sic] term of said unexpired lease-hold interest in said lot, which lease-hold interest is held under a lease from of same granted to said first party by the Mayor & Council of said city on February 23rd, 1870 for a term of years expiring on March second A.D. nineteen hundred and sixty seven (1967) so that neither the said first party nor any one claiming or to claim by through or under him shall have any right, claim, demand, or title thereon or thereto.
          In witness whereof the said party of the first part has hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal and delivered these presents, this the day and year first hereinabove written and mentioned.

J.J. Spears

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of
R.D. Meader
A.O. Townsend
Dep. Clerk S.C. Glynn County Ga.

Recorded December 20th 1904, A.O. Townsend.

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State of Georgia Glynn County.
          This Indenture, made and entered into on this the 15th day of December, A.D. 1904, by and between Mrs. Laura Southard of the county and state aforesaid and hereinafter designated as the first party, and Marcus A. Baker of the same place and hereinafter designated as the second party.
          Witnesseth, that said first party, for and in consideration of the sum of Five hundred ($500) Dollars lawful money of the United States to her in hand paid, by said second party at and before the signing, sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged has granted, bargained, sold, assigned, transferred, set over and conveyed, and by these presents does grant, bargain, sell, assign, transfer set over and convey unto said second party, his heirs and assigns, the following property to wit; the unexpired lease-hold interest in and to all that tract, lot or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the county and state aforesaid, and in the city of Brunswick therein and in that part of said city known as “Town Commons” and being known, numbered and designated on the official map of said town commons of file in the office of the clerk of the Mayor & Council of said city as the western one-half (1/2) of town commons lot number one hundred and forty four (144) lying between Albany, Wolf “J” and “K” Streets in said city, said half of said lot being bounded on the east ninety (90) feet by the eastern half of said lot one hundred and forty four (144) on the north ninety (90) feet by a portion of lot in said block numbered one hundred and forty three (143) on the south ninety (90) feet by a portion of lot in said block numbered one hundred and forty five (145), and on the west by Wolf Street.
          To have and to hold said western one half (1/2) of said lot 144 together with all and singular the rights, members, improvements and appurtenance to the same belonging or appertaining unto said second party, his heirs and assigns, for and during the remainder of the unexpired lease-hold interest in the same under the original lease granted by the Mayor and council of said city, which lease-hold interest does not expire until March 2nd, 1967.
          And said first party for herself and for her heirs, executors and administrators the right and title to the said unexpired lease-hold interest unto said second party, his heirs and assigns will warrant and forever defend against the claim of demand of any and all persons whomsoever, by virtue of these presents.
          In witness whereof said first party has hereunto set her, hand, affixed her seal and delivered these presents, this the day and year first above written and mentioned.

Mrs. Laura Southard {ls}

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of
J.P. Shelly
witness
Wm. Nussbaum
Notary Public Glynn County Ga.

Recorded December 22 1904 A.O. Townsend Deputy Clerk.

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State of Georgia County of Glynn.
          This Indenture, made and entered into on this the sixth (6th) day of December in the year of our lord, nineteen hundred and four (1904) by and between W.J. Clubb, of said county and state, the party of the first part; and Laurence Johnson, Trustee, for his wife Mary T. Johnson, and their children, by her born and to be born, and Mary T. Johnson,

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State of Georgia County of Glynn

            This Indenture made and entered into on this the 21st day of December, 1904, by and between James G. Young, of said county as party of the first part, and Mrs. M.E. Davidson, also of said county, as party of the second part;
            Witnesseth, that the said party of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of Eight hundred forty dollars ($840) cash in hand paid, at and before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath granted, bargained, sold and conveyed, and doth by these presents grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said party of the second part, her heirs and assigns, all of that certain tract, lot or parcel of land situate, lying and being in said state and county, and in the city of Brunswick therein, and being that part of that certain lot designated upon the map or plan of said city, as made by George R. Baldwin in the year A.D. 1837 as Old town lot number Two hundred and one (201) being the eastern ninety by one hundred (90 x 100) feet, described as follows; to wit;
            Commencing at a point one hundred and eight (180) feet south of the south western intersection of Union and Howe streets and running thence in a southerly direction along the western side of Union street, ninety (90) feet thence in a westerly along the dividing line between Old town lots number two hundred and one (201) and two hundred and two (202), a distance of One hundred feet (100), thence in a northerly direction across said lot number two hundred (200) and two hundred and one (201), thence eastwardly along said dividing line one hundred (100) feet to the point of beginning.
            Together with all and singular the rights, members and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining.
            To have and to hold the said tract of land unto the said party of the second part her heirs and assigns, forever, in fee simple.
            And the right and title thereof unto the said party of the second part, her heirs and assigns, the said party of the first part will, and his heirs, executors and administrators shall forever warrant and defend against the claims and demands of any and all persons whomsoever.
            In testimony 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.

James G. Young {LS}

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of:

D.J. Gill
H.F. duBignon
, Clerk Superior Court Glynn Co. Ga.

Recorded December 22nd, 1904, A.O. Townsend, Deputy Clerk

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State of Georgia county of Glynn

            This Indenture, made and entered into on this fifteenth day of April Anno domini One thousand eight hundred and eighty four by and between Gustavus Friedlander formerly of said county and state but at present temporarily residing in the city of San Francisco, in the state of California, and setting by and through his duly constituted

 

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Attorney in fact (under a power of attorney dated the nineteenth day of May in the year eighteen hundred and eighty and duly signed, sealed and delivered for the purposed William A.O. Anderson of the county and state first aforesaid, party of the first part, and Peter Christopher, Samuel Wilson, Lemuel Richardson, Henry Williams and Abram Sadler, all of the county and state first aforesaid, as Trustees for the First Bryant Baptist church colored of the city of Brunswick in the county and state first above written, parties of the second part;
            Witnesseth, that the party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars lawful money of the United States to him in hand cash counted and paid at and before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged has granted, bargained, sold, aliened, remised, released, enfeoffed[?], confirmed and conveyed, and does by these presents grant, bargain, sell, alien, release, remise, enfeoff[?] confirm and convey unto the said parties of the second part in trust to and for the sole, separate, absolute and exclusive use, benefit, advantage, and behoof of the said First Bryant Baptist church colored of the said city of Brunswick, all of that certain lot, tract, or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the said city of Brunswick, county of Glynn and state of Georgia, and containing twenty seven hundred square feet and forming in shape a rectangle having ends thirty and sides ninety feet long, and fronting on “F” Street, in said city of Brunswick, thirty feet and running back and preserving that width a distance of ninety feet said lot, tract or parcel of land being the western one0sixth of that lot of land identified on Baldwin’s map of said city of Brunswick, as Old town lot number three hundred and fifty seven (357) and bounded north by said street, east by the remainder of said lot south by Old town lot three hundred and fifty eight and west by Carpenter street.
            Together with all and singular the tenements, and hereditaments, the remainders and reversions, the rights, members and appurtenances unto the same in every manner belonging.
            To have and to hold the said bargained and above described premises together with the appurtenances unto the said parties of the second part, as such trustees and in trust as aforesaid, and to and for the purpose of erecting churches, or meeting-house, upon said granted and above described lot, tract or parcel of land for the uses of the said First Bryant Baptist church colored of Brunswick, aforesaid, and to their successors in said trust upon the same said uses and trusts forever and in fee simple.
            In testimony whereof the said party of the first part has hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year above first written and set out.

Gustavus Friedlander {LS}
by attorney in fact Wm. A.O. Anderson

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of us

Bolling Whitfield
W.E. Kay
, Notary Public Glynn Co., Ga.

Recorded December 22nd, 1904 A.O. Townsend, Deputy Clerk

 

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        And the said party of the first part her heirs, executors, and administrators, the said bargained premises unto the said party of the second part his heirs, executors and administrators and assigns, against the said party of the first part her heirs, executors and administrators and all and every other person or persons shall and will warrant and forever defend by virtue of these presents.
        In witness whereof the said party of the first part has hereunto set her hand and affixed her seal, the day and year first above written.

Mrs. Frances Phillips {seal}

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of A.B. Coley and Wm. Nussabaum Notary Public Glynn County Georgia.

Recorded January 12th 1905 A.O. Townsend Deputy Clerk

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State of Georgia county of Glynn
        This Indenture, made and entered into on this the 10th day of January 1905, by and between J.J. Smith, party of the first part and Oren S. Lancaster, a married woman having a separate estate, party of the second part, each of said state and county.
        Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the sum of hone hundred and fifty dollars ($150) cash in hand paid the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged before the signing and delivery of these presents, the said party of the first part has this day bargained, sold and conveyed, and by these presents does bargains, sell and convey unto the said party of the second part, her heirs and assigns; all that tract of land containing ten (10) acres of land more or less, situate in the 26th district, G.M. Glynn County, Georgia, and described as follows; commencing at a light wood stake on the ditch on the south side of Thomas W. Lamb's line outside his pasture fence, and running south 19 degrees east along the eastern line of lands belonging to the Brunswick Investment company, four hundred and sixty (460) feet to a stake corner; thence south 85 1/2 degrees east nine hundred and fifty (950) feet to a stake on the line of the survey made by Urbanus Dart of the Demere Hammock tract" of one hundred and eighty six acres in 1855; thence along the line of said survey north 12 degrees 45 minutes east four hundred (400) feet to a stake on Lamb's ditch; thence along the line of said ditch north 85 1/2 degrees west eleven hundred and eighty eight (1188) feet to the stake at the point of beginning, as per a plat of same made by E.A. Penniman, County Surveyor, April 25th 1895, appearing of record in Volume NN folio 364 of the general records of Glynn county Ga., reference being had thereto for all purposes.
        Together with all the rights, members, improvements and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining.
        To have and to hold the above described, bargained premises to the said party of the second part, her heirs and assigns forever in fee simple.
        And the said party of the first part will, and his heirs, executors and administrators shall, the title to the said above described property unto the said party of the second part her heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, forever warrant and defend against the lawful claims and demands of any and all persons whomsoever.

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        In testimony whereof the said party of the first part has hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year first above written.

J.J. Smith {ls}

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of O.W. Cole and H.F. duBignon Clerk Superior Court Glynn County Ga.

Recorded January 12th 1905 A.O. Townsend Deputy Clerk.

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State of Georgia, county of Glynn, city of Brunswick
        Know all these presents, that I, Butler Yopp, of said state and county, and city, do hereby acknowledge myself held and firmly bound unto Miss Frankie St. Clair, of the said state, county and city, in the full and just sum of Two hundred ($200) Dollars, for the payment of which well and truly to be made, I bind myself, my heirs, executors and administrators firmly and severally by these presents, signed, sealed and delivered this 2nd, day of February Nineteen hundred and three.
        The conditions of the above bond are such that whereas, the said Butler Yopp, has this day agreed to sell and convey unto the said Frankie St. Clair, a tract of land in the City of Brunswick Glynn County Ga., and known as the northwest portion of town commons lot sixty three (63) between H and I streets and fronting forty five (45) feet on Stonewall street and running back one hundred (100) feet, commencing at a point on the northern line of town commons lot number sixty three (63) on Stonewall street, and running east one hundred (100) feet on town commons lot number sixty five (65), thence south forty five (45) feet, thence west one hundred (100) feet, thence north forty five (45) feet, to the point of beginning.
        The terms of said sale being that the said Miss Frankie St. Clair, shall pay in cash this day fifty dollars ($50) the receipt hereby acknowledged, and has executed his note for fifty dollars ($50) due in four months from date.  Should the said Frankie St. Clair, make default in the payment of said note within thirty (30) days after same becomes due, in that event the fifty dollars ($50) paid shall be held as rent for said premises, and the said obligator shall have the right to enter and take possession of said premises and the said Frankie St. Clair, agrees to surrender and yield said premises without let or hindrance, and forfeit the fifty dollars ($50) previously paid.
        Now therefore should I, the said Butler Yopp, upon payment by Miss Frankie St. Clair of said note unto said Butler Yopp, shall make and execute deed and sufficient titles, selling and conveying all my interest, especially my lease hold interest, which I have in the above described property, and in that event this bond is void, otherwise in full force.
        In testimony whereof, I the said Butler Yopp have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal, on this the day and year above written.

Butler Yopp {ls}

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of G.F. Gay and W.J. Way Notary Public Glynn County Ga.

Recorded January 12th 1905 A.O. Townsend Deputy Clerk

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The state of Georgia Glynn county.
          This agreement witnesseth, that I have agreed to purchase of Jesse French Piano and Organ company, a Richmond Piano, number 46506, for $375.00 payable as follows, $10.00 on Jany 12th, 05, balance payable $8.00 per month, as evidenced by contract bearing even date this signed by me.
          The title to the above described property is to be and remain in the Jesse French Piano and Organ company until all of the above purchase money and expenses of collecting same are paid.
          Witness my signature this 2nd, day of Jany 1905.
attest. J.R. Knight                                                                Mrs. A.E. Flanders

State of Georgia Ware county.
          Personally came before me J.R. Knight who on oath says he saw Mrs. A.E. Flanders sign and deliver the within agreement for the purpose therein mentioned.
                                                                             J.R. Knight

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3rd, day of January 1905.
(seal of office)                                                                       R.P. Bird   N.P. Ware Co. Ga.
                                                                                            Recorded March 1st 1905
                                                                                            A.O. F????? [signature of Deputy Clerk]

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State of Georgia County of Glynn.
          This Indenture, made and entered into on this the first (1st) day of September, A.D. one thousand nine hundred and four (1904) by and between Robert S. Moody, of the county and state aforesaid, as party of the first part, and A.R Berrie, of the same place as party of the second part;
          Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and fifty Dollars ($150) cash in hand paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, the said party of the first part hath granted, bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell alien and convey unto the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns, all that tract, lot or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in said county and state, 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 feet (750) 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 an 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

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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, and now of file.
          To have and to hold the said bargained and above described premises, together with the appurtenances, unto the party of the second part, and his heirs and assigns, forever in fee simple.
          And the said party of the first part will, and his heirs, executors and administrators shall, the said bargained and above described tract of land and its appurtenances unto the party of the second part, and his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, by virtue of these presents, and against the claims of all persons whomsoever, warrant and forever defend.
          In witness whereof the party of the first part has hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal, on the day and year first above written, in the county of glynn.
signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of.                     Robert S. Moody (ls)
Harry F. Dunwoody.                                                          Recorded March 2nd, 1905.
Sam'l. C. Atkinson.                                                           A.O. Townsend [signature of Deputy Clerk]
Notary Public Glynn county Ga.
 

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State of Georgia county of Glynn.
          This Indenture, made and entered into on this the fifteenth day of February, A.D. Nineteen hundred and five (1905) by and between A.R. Berrie, of the county and State aforesaid, as party of the first part, and Andrew J. Burney, of the same place as party of the second part.
          Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars ($150) cash in hand paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is herby acknowledged, the said party of the first part hath granted, bargained, sold, aliened, conveyed and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell, alien and convey unto the said party of the second party, his heirs and assigns, all of that tract, lot or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in said county and State 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, and now on file.
          To have and to hold the said bargained and above described premises, together with

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the appurtenances, unto the party of the second part, and his heirs and assigns, forever in fee simple.
          And the party of the first part will, and his heirs, executors and administrators shall, the said bargained and above described tract of land and its appurtenances unto the party of the second part, and his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, by virtue of these presents, and against the claims of all persons whomsoever, warrant and forever defend.
          In witness whereof the party of the first part has hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal, on the day and year first above written, in the county of glynn.
signed, sealed, and delivered in the presence of.                                A.R. Berrie  (ls)
R.S. Pyles.                                                                                     Recorded March 2nd, 1905
H.F. duBignon.                                                                      A.O. Townsend [signature of Deputy Clerk]
Clerk S.C. Glynn Co., Ga.
 

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STATE OF NEW YORK---COUNTY OF NEW YORK---CITY OF NEW YORK
          THIS INDENTURE made an entered into on this the 28th day of February, A.D. ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND FIVE (1905) by and between the Empire Trust Company, being a corporation duly created by law, of the State of New York, as party of the first part, and Davis & Brandon, a firm of co-partners of Camden County, Georgia composed of J.S.N. Davis, Jr. and G.W. Brandon, as party of the second part:
          WITNESSETH:  that the said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of Five Thousand ($5,000) dollars to it cash in hand paid at end before the sealing, and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath granted, bargained, sold, aliened and conveyed and doth by these presents grant, bargain, sell, alien, and convey unto the said parties of the second part, their heirs and assigns, all of the timber, trees, tree tops, logs, stumps and wood situate, standing, lying or being on COLONEL'S ISLAND in Glynn County, Georgia, saving and excepting such hard wood trees, other then pine trees, as are not growing in the swamps or ponds on said Island, and saving and excepting especially such live oak or other hard wood trees, other than pine, as are growing at or near any of the water landings on said Island which would be reasonably desired at such places for shade trees or for ornamental purposes.
          It is intended that the timber and trees, tree tops, logs, stumps and wood intended to be conveyed by the operation of this conveyance as hereinbefore specified shall be used by the parties of the second part for any use and in any manner which they may desire, including, among others, the right to use or work the same in any manner they may desire in the manufacture of rosin and spirits of turpentine and other naval store products.  In order that the same may be used, the said parties of the second part are granted the right to still end mill locations for manufacturing purposes, and are hereby granted full end complete rights of ingress and egress to and from and over and upon said Island for the purpose of working, manufacturing and otherwise using and enjoying the same.
          Saving and excepting, however, to the party of the first part, its successors and assigns, pending the term of the duration of this conveyance, the right to lease said Island

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Louis A. Fendig                                                                    Recorded March 17th 1905
Wm. Nussbaum                                                                   A.O. Townsend [signature of Deputy Clerk]
Notary Public Glynn county Ga.
 

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State of Georgia county of Glynn.
     Lang & Wood, material men, a firm composed of W.L. Lang & J.W. Wood, claim a lien on the house of Alma Holmes, and the real estate on which it is built, to wit; the eastern one-half of town commons lot #104 (one hundred and four) between albany and amherst streets in the city of brunswick Georgia, for furnishing material for improvements of the same.
     This March 17th 1905.
                                                                            Lang & Wood, Material Men
                                                                            Recorded March 17th 1905
                                                                            A.O. Townsend [signature of Deputy Clerk]

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State of Georgia county of Glynn.
     This bill of sale made and entered into on this the 11th day of March 1905, by and between Mrs. W.B. Manoe, of said state and county, as the party of the first part, and A.R. Berrie, of said state and county, as the party of the second part,;
     Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and seventy dollars ($270) cash in hand well and truly counted and paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, the said party of the first part has granted, bargained, sold and conveyed, and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns, the following described personal property to wit;
     Thirty (30) head of cattle marked as follows,; swallow fork in one ear, crop and two splits in the other ear; all of said cattle being now on Blythe Island in said county and state.
     To have and to hold the said above described property, unto the the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns forever.
     And the right and title to the said above described property the party of the first part will warrant and forever defend against claims of any and all persons whomsoever.
     In witness whereof the said party of the first part has hereunto set her hand and affixed her seal on this the day and year fist above written and mentioned.
executed in the presence of.                                                  Mrs. W.B. Manoe  (ls)
J.R. Davis                                                                          Recorded March 17th 1905
                                                                                           A.O. Townsend [signature of Deputy Clerk]

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