Glynn Co. Deed Book YY
Part 2

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State of Georgia county of Glynn.
          This Indenture, made and entered into on this the eighteenth (18th) day of September, A.D. Nineteen hundred and six (1906) by and between J.E. Dubberly of said County and state as the first party, and A.R. Berrie of the same place as the second party,
          Witnesseth, that said first party for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand two hundred and fifty Dollars ($1250.00) cash to him in hand paid by said second party at and before the signing, sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby confessed and 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 the following property to wit;
          An undivided one-fourth (1/4) interest in and to all that tract, lot or parcel of land situate, lying and being in said county and on that certain Island in said county known as Blythe Island, said tract containing one thousand acres (1000) more or less being the northern end of said Island and being bounded on the north by Hillory Island, on the east by Turtle river on the south by the division line of the tract known as naval city and by lands formerly known as land of A.F. Warnke and on the west by Blythe Back river, being the same interest in said land heretofore conveyed by the American Realty company to the first party on May 28th 1906, together with all and singular the rights, members, improvements and appurtenances to the same in any manner belonging or appertaining.
          To have and to hold said undivided interest in said tract to said second party, his heirs and assigns forever in fee simple, and said first party for himself, and for his heirs, executors and administrators, the right and title to said undivided in said tract unto said second party, his heirs and assigns, shall and will forever warrant and defend against the claim and demand of any and all persons whomsoever, by virtue of these presents.
          In witness whereof, said first party has hereunto set his hand, affixed his seal and delivered these presents, this the day and year first hereinbefore written and mentioned.
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of.                     J.E. Dubberly.  (ls)
J.L. Richardson.                                                                 Recorded September 20, 1906
J.T. Colson.                                                                        A.O. Townsend [signature of Deputy Clerk]
Notary Public Glynn county, Ga.
 

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          This Indenture, made and entered into on this the 15th day of September, A.D. Nineteen hundred and six (1906) by and between  Wilhelmina Kennard, of the county of Suffolk and the state of Massachusetts, as the first party and A.R. Berrie, of the county of Glynn and the state of Georgia as the second party,
          Witnesseth, that said first party for and in consideration of the sum of three thousand dollars ($3000.00) cash to her in hand by said second party at and before the signing, sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and confessed, has granted, bargained, sold and conveyed and by these presents does grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the said second party, his heirs and assigns, all the right, title, interest, claim, estate or demand that the said first party has or may hereafter have in or to the following tract of land, to wit; All that certain tract, lot or parcel of land, situate

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lying and being in said county of Glynn and state of Georgia, and on that certain Island in said county known as Blythe Island, said tract containing one thousand (1000) acres, more or less and being the northern end of said Island and being bounded on the north by Hillory Island on the east by Turtle River, on the south by the division line of the tract known as "Naval city" and lands formerly the lands of A.F. Warnke or known as the lands of A.F. Warnke and on the west by Blythe Back river, together with all and singular rights, members improvements, and appurtenances to said tract hereby conveyed appertaining or belonging.
          To have and to hold the same unto the said second party his heirs and assigns, forever in fee simple, so that neither said first party nor any other person claiming or to claim by, through or under her shall ever have nay right, title, claim, estate or demand therein or thereto.
          In witness whereof, said first party has hereunto set her hand, affixed her seal and delivered these presents, this the day and year first hereinbefore written, she signing and executing this Indenture in the county of Suffolk and the state of Massachusetts.
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of.                      Wilhelmina Kennard  (seal)
F.J. Hale.
E.A. Chippen-

State of Massachusetts county of Suffolk
     In person appeared before the undersigned, a Notary Public, in and for said state and county, and having authority under the laws of said State to take acknowledgements of deeds, Wilhelmina Kennard, to me personally known and known to me as the person who executed the foregoing deed and she being by me examined this day, did acknowledge that she signed sealed and delivered the foregoing deed for the purpose therein mentioned and that the same is her free act and deed.
     In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and official signature and affixed my notorial seal, this September 15th 1906.
______________________                                          William L. Thompson
William L. Thompson.
                                                  Notary Public for the commonwealth
Notary Public, for                                                           of Massachusetts.
the commonwealth of
Massachusetts                                                                Recorded September 20th 1906
                                                                                      A.O. Townsend [signature of Deputy Clerk]

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Georgia Glynn county.
          This Indenture, made and entered into on this the eighteenth day of September, A.D. nineteen hundred and six (1906) by and between A.R. Berrie of the county and State aforesaid, and hereinafter designated as the first party and Davis & Brandon, a firm of copartners engaged in business at Woodbine, in Camden county, in said state and elsewhere, said partnership being composed of J.S.N. Davis, Jr. and G.W. Brandon, both of said Camden County, said Partnership being hereinafter designated as the second parties.
          Witnesseth, that said first party, for and in consideration of the sum of four thousand dollars ($4000.00) cash to him in hand paid by said second partys at and before the signing, sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby confessed and acknowledged, has granted, bargained, sold and conveyed and by these presents does grant,

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bargain, sell and convey unto said second parties, their heirs and assigns, all the following property to wit; Al the timber and trees standing or fallen on the land hereinafter described, this to include not only such timber and trees as may be now standing or fallen thereon but also such timber and trees as may be standing or fallen on said land at any time within seven (7) years from the date of this instrument or until September 18th A.D. 1913 said land being described as follows,
          All that tract, lot or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the county of Glynn and state of Georgia and on that certain Island in said county, known as Blythe Island said tract containing one thousand (1000) acres more or less and being the northern end of said Island and being bounded on the north by Hillory Island; on the east by Turtle River; on the south by the division line of the tract known as Naval City and by lands formerly known as the lands of A.F. Warnke, and on the west by Blythe Back river, said second parties their heirs or assigns shall have not only said timber and trees but also the exclusive right to the use of said land until September 18th, 1913, and shall have the right to build or erect a saw mill or mills, turpentine still or stills, tie camp or camps, or any other plant or establishment for utilizing said timber and trees on said lands until said September 18th 1913 and also for and during the same time they shall have the right and privilege of erecting any other structures or structure, building or buildings, such as store houses, out-houses dwelling houses, stables, wharves, landings, tramways or any other sort of building, structure, or arrangement necessary, convenient or appurtenant to the operation of any business for the utilization of said timber and trees on said land, until said September 18th 1913, and said second parties, their heirs or assigns, shall further have right and privilege of removing any such saw mill, turpentine still, tie camp. or other buildings, structures, arrangement or property that may be placed on said land by them, from said land up to said September 18th 1913, and shall also have the right to remove the same from said land up to said September 18th 1913, and shall also have the right to remove the same from said land within a reasonable time after said September 18th 1913, and neither the first party nor his heirs or assigns, shall have or claim any right to any structure, building or property unless said second parties, their heirs or assigns, shall delay an unreasonable time after said date in removing the same, it is the true intention of this conveyance that th3e only use to be made of said land by said first party from the date of this conveyance until said September 18th 1913, shall be to use the same as a cattle range, provided that said use shall not in any way conflict with or be injurious in any way directly or indirectly to the full and free use and enjoyment by the second parties, their heirs and assigns, of all the rights, privileges and property hereinbefore granted them, and shall not be in any way injurious to the timber, trees or other property of said second parties on said land.
          Said first party for himself and for his heirs, executors and administrators the right and title to the property, rights, and privileges hereinbefore granted and conveyed unto said second parties, their heirs and assigns, shall and will forever warrant and defend against the claim or demand of any and all persons whomsoever, by virtue of these presents.
          In witness whereof, said first party has hereunto set his hand, affixed his seal and delivered these presents, this the day and year first hereinbefore written and mentioned.
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of.                                A.R. Berrie  (ls)
J.T. Colson,
R.D. Meader.
                                                                               Recorded Sept. 20th 1906
Notary Public Glynn county Ga.                                                      A.O. Townsend [signature Deputy Clerk]

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State of Georgia Glynn county,
          This Indenture, made this eight day of September, in the year of our lord one thousand nine hundred and six between the Burroughs Real Estate Agency of the County of Glynn of the first part, and William L. James Colored of the county of Glynn of the second part;
          Wintnesseth, that said party of the first part for and in consideration, of the sum of five hundred dollars in hand paid 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 that tract or parcel of land, lying and being in the county of Glynn said state Georgia, city of Brunswick, in that part of the city known as Dixville and numbered and described on the map or plan thereof Dixville lots one, two and three (1,2, and 3) lying west of Lee street, and south of George street, with improvements thereon.
          To have and to hold the said bargained premises, together with all and singular the rights, members and appurtenances thereof, to the same being, belonging or in anywise appertaining, to the only proper use, benefit and behoof of him, the said party of the second part his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, in fee simple.
          And the said party of the second part their heirs, executors, and administrators the said bargained premises unto the said party of the second part his heirs, executors administrators and assigns, 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 parties of the first part have hereunto set their hand and affixed their seal, the day and year first above written.
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of.                   Burroughs Real Estate Agency
W.H. Boyd
                                                                        By W.B. Burroughs, Manager (ls)
A.J. Crovatt                                                                      Recorded Sept. 20th 1906
Notary Public Glynn co. Ga.                                                A.O. Townsend [signature of Depute Clerk]
 

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Georgia Glynn county
          This Indenture, of contract made and entered into on this the seventeenth (17th) day of Sept. one thousand nine hundred and six (1906) by and between Andrew R. Berrie of said county, party of the first part and the Hoskins-Burton Timber Company, a corporation under the laws of Georgia, with its home office in Glynn county, Georgia, party of the second part;
          Witnesseth, that for and in consideration of the sum of on dollar ($1) cash in hand paid, and the further consideration of the agreements and stipulations hereinafter contained, the party of the first part doth hereby grant and extend to the party of the second party this right option and privilege of the use and benefit as hereinafter prescribed of the eastern shore of the north end of Blythe Island, in said state and county, a distance of one thousand (1000) feet, more or less, and extending between the points on said shore there the same touches the marsh, said shore being further identified as having point

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thereon commonly known as the black rock and being the same shore as now occupied and used by the said party of the second part; the use and benefit herein granted being intended to include said shore from low to high water mark.
          The said party of the second part to use said shore for the purpose of storing and securing rafts and logs of timber.
          It is further understood that the party of the second part shall have the right of driving the necessary piling upon said shore and beach for the purpose of securing and making fast said, rafts and logs; and shall have the right of erecting upon the mainland of said Blythe Island, adjacent to said shore a frame building and to occupy the same for the purpose of storing tools and implements necessary to said business, and of housing and lodging a watchman to guard and supervise said rafts and timber.
          It is further understood that the said improvements shall remain upon said property at the termination of this contract and shall become the property of the said party of the first part without further consideration.
          Said contract to begin and commence with even date herewith and to continue for a period of nine (9) years after the fifteenth (15th) day of June One thousand nine hundred and seven (1907) at which time it shall be fully completed and ended, unless the sooner terminated as herein provided.
          The said party of the second part agreeing and covenanting to pay the said party of the first part the sum of fifty dollars ($50.00) per year for the privileges and rights herein extended; said payments to be made on the fifteenth (15th) day of June in each year; it being understood that no charge be asked or required, in addition to the consideration of one dollar ($1) hereinbefore set out, until the first payment on the fifteenth (15th) day of June, one thousand nine hundred and seven; It being further understood and provided that the said party of the second part shall have the right of canceling and annulling this contract at the end of any  year as herein set out.
          It is further mutually agreed that should the said party of the second part fail to pay the said sum of fifty Dollars in advance, as herein stipulated, within thirty days after the same shall become due, then the said party of the first part shall have the right and option if he so elects, and without notice of declaring said contract terminated and at an end.
          The second party shall not have the right to assign or sublet this lease to any other person or persons except to such person, natural or artificial, as shall be a successor in business to the second party, without the consent in writing of the first party.
          In testimony whereof the said first party has hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal, this 17th day of September A.D. 1906.
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of.                       Andrew R. Berrie (ls)
J.T. Colson.
R.D. Meader
Notary Public Glynn county Ga.                                              Recorded Sept. 20th 1906
                                                                                              A.O. Townsend [signature of Deputy Clerk]

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affixed his seal this day and year first above written.
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of.                              W.P. Monroe  (ls)
Chas. R. Munro   __________________
D.S. Wilson                                                                                  Recorded December 15, 1906
                               D.L. Wilson Notary
 N.P.L Co. Ga        Public Lowndes Co. Ga                           A.O. Townsend [signature of Deputy Clerk]
                               __________________
 

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State of Georgia county of Glynn.
          This Indenture, made and entered into on this the fifth day of December, in the year of our lord, One thousand nine hundred and six (1906) by and between Elizabeth Manoe, Administratrix upon the estate of W.B. Manoe, late of said county, deceased, as party of the first part; and A.R. Berrie, of said County and Sate, party of the second part.
          Witnesseth, that whereas, the court of Ordinary of said county, did at its regular November term 1906, upon application of said Administratrix, party of the first part, for leave to sell certain real estate of the said deceased, for the purpose of payment of debts and distribution, pass an order duly authorizing the sale of the real estate of said deceased hereinafter described, due and legal publication of such application by said administratrix having been made once a week for four weeks before the date of hearing in the Brunswick News, the Gazette in which the county advertisements for said Glynn County are published.
          And whereas, the said party of the first part after advertising such sale in the Brunswick News, a newspaper having a general circulation in said county where said real estate lies, once a week for four weeks after said leave was granted and before the sale, did expose the same at public auction on the first Tuesday in December, 1906, between the legal hours of sale at the court house of said county, when the same was then and there knocked off to the said A.R. Berrie, party of the second part, as the highest and best bidder, at and for the sum and price of seven hundred dollars ($700.00).
          Now, therefore, the said administratrix, in consideration of the premises, as well as for and in consideration, of the said sum of seven hundred dollars ($700.00) lawful money of the United States of America, by the said party of the second part to the said party of the first part, cash in hand well and truly counted and paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby duly acknowledged and confessed 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 described property to wit;
     All of these 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 Euphenia A. Harris, dated October 30th 1897 and recorded in book "RR" page 120; and the third from 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

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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 numbers, 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 (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 the each block numbering one (1) to fifty four (54), making a total of one hundred and eight lots, to low water mark, division "C".
          2-In said deed from Euphenia 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, 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 in 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 above described and hereby conveyed premises and property together with all and singular rights, members and appurtenances to the same belonging or in anywise appertaining, unto the said party of the second part his heirs and assigns, forever, in fee simple, as in full, ample and complete a manner as the said property was had, and owned and held by the said deceased in his life time.
          In witness whereof the said administratrix, the party of the first part has hereunto set her hand and affixed her seal on this the day and year first above written.
Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of.                  Mrs. Elizabeth Manoe (ls)
Fred Manoe                                                                     Administratrix upon the estate
D.W. Krauss                                                                    of W.B. Manoe deceased
Notary Public Glynn county, Ga.                                        Recorded December 15th, 1906.
                                                                                         A.O. Townsend [signature of Deputy Clerk]
 

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State of Georgia county of Glynn
          This Indenture, made and entered into on this the sixth day of December, in the year of our lord, one thousand nine hundred and six by and between T. Harry Flowers of said county and State, party of the first part and Mrs. Daisy Tison Branham of said county and State, party of the second part;

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