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The Search For My Howell's: Land Deed Genealogy of Lincoln County, Tennesse, Vol. 1-3

Land Deed Genealogy of Lincoln County, Tennesse, Vol. 1-3
By: Marsh, Helen Crawford

10 Feb 1816
Reg. 12 Nov 1816
Deed from Reace Howel of Lincoln County, Tennessee to Philip Koonce of same place for 10 acres of land in Lincoln County on the head waters of Stewart's Creek, a South branch of Elk River and adjoining a tract of land in the name of David Howel. Signed. Reese Howel.
Witnesses: John Smith, James Messr

25 Jul 1816
Reg. 02 Sep 1816
Deed from Armstead Dodson of Allen County, Kentucky to Philip Koonce of Lincoln County, by survey dated 06 Jul 1813, lying in the 2nd district on the waters of Stewart's Creek, a south branch of Elk River and adjoining North of David Howell's line.
Witnesses: Andrew McCartney and James Messer.

13 Sep 1816
Reg. 14 Nov 1816
Deed from David Howel of Lincoln County, Tennessee to Joshua Dodson of same place for 50 acres of land in Lincoln County, Tennessee on south side of Elk River and the waters of Stewart's Creek and adjoining a tract in name of Robert Kennedy. Said land being part of a certificate no. 31 dated 14th May of 1808 issued to John Gowen and entered 20th feb 1809 by no. 1188.
Witnesses: W. J. B. Coker and Nelson Yarborough

14 Dec 1816
Reg. 25 Feb 1817
Deed from Benjamin Clements of Lincoln County, Tennessee to Andrew McCartney of same place for 25 acres of land in Lincoln County on the waters of Stewart's Creek a south branch of Elk River and adjoining a survey in the name of Robert Kennedy. Said land being the one half of a 50 acre tract originally granted to William Fish and Benjamin Clements by the State of Tennessee.
Test: David Howell and Alexander McCullough

02 Jan 1817
Reg. 01 Dec 1817
Deed from Martin Shofner of Bedford County, Tennessee to Mary Howell of Lincoln County, Tennessee for 120 acres of land in Lincoln County, Tennessee and on the waters of Mulberry Creek and adjoining Joseph Morgan's corner on John Bailey's line and John Whitaker's line.
Test: Christopher Shofner and Jonathan Howell

07 Oct 1817
Reg. 30 Jul 1818
Deed from William B. Higgins of Town of Fayetteville, Tennessee and containing 1/2 acre, being the same lot whereon Thomas Howel lived at the date of the bond and whereon said Francis Smith now lives.
Test: Bennett ? Higgins and Thomas Kercheval

27 Jan 1818
Reg. 17 Oct 1818
Deed from John A. Chapman of Lincoln County, Tennessee to Reese Howel of Same place for a tract of land in Lincoln County on the east fork of Mulberry Creek north side of Elk River and adjoining William Douglass' 640 acre survey. In all 108 acres.
Witnesses: William Whitaker and Thomas Pully

29 Dec 1818
Reg. 16 Feb 1819
Deed from David Howel of Lincoln County, Tennessee to George Koonce of same place for a tract of land in Lincoln County on the head waters of Stewart's Creek a south branch of Elk River and adjoining lands of Robert Kennedy. Containing 26 agres.
Witnesses: William B. Koker and William Davis

20 Nov 1819
Reg. 18 Dec 1830
Deed from George Koonce of Lincoln County, Tennessee to Reece Howell of same place for 26 acres of land in Lincoln County on the head waters of Stewart's Creek a south branch of Elk River and adjoining the west boundary line of a 400 acre tract in the name of Robert Kennedy.
Witnesses: Griffin ? and Walter Harkins

22 Dec 1820
Reg. 16 Aug 1821
Bill of Sale - I, Robert Lackey of Lincoln County, Tennessee sold to John Street of same place one negro girl by name of Jane, age 8 years old. This 22nd Dec 1820
Test. A. Mabley, Tunstall Gregory and Reese Howell

02 Feb 1822
Reg. 14 Mar 1823
Deed from John Jones of Lincoln County, Tennessee to Joel Howell of same place for 90 acres of land in Lincoln County, Tennessee on north side of Elk River on the 2nd creek that empties into said river above the mouth of Mulberry Creek adjoining a tract in the name of William B. Robertson.
Witnesses: William F. Mason and Frances Porterfield

03 Feb 1824
Reg. 18 Mar 1826
Deed from Joel Howell of Lincoln County, Tennessee to Henry Renagar of same place for 90 acres of land in Lincoln County lying on Elk River above the mouth of Mulberry Creek and adjoining said Howel's tract. Said land was granted by the State of Tennessee to William B. Roberts by Grant No. 3662 and dated 21st Jan 1812
Witnesses: John Moorehead and John Loyd

31 Jul 1824
Reg. 27 Nov 1827
Deed from Samuel Howell of Lincoln County, Tennessee to James Lingo of same place for 60 acres of land lying on the head waters of Streets branch and adjoining a 640 acre tract of landin the name of Robert Buchanan and containing 30 acres, it being a tract of land that was granted by the State of Tennessee to Reese Howell by Grant No. 15846 and dated 02 Oct 1812. Also one other tract of land adjoining the above described land and adjoining Robert Buchanan's 640 acre tract and a tract of land in the name of Brice M. Garner, and a 2500 acre tract in the name of George Doherty. Said tract containing 30 acres, it being granted by the State of Tennessee to James Bright by Grant No. 14507 and dated 19 Apr 1820.
Witnesses: George W. Dennis and Elijah Mayfield

31 Mar 1825
Reg. 14 Sep 1825
Deed from Joel Howell of Hardeman County, Tennessee to John and Richard Webb of Lincoln County, Tennessee for 90 acres of land in Lincoln County in the 5th range, 5th section, lying on the second creek that empties into Elk River on the north side above Mulberry Creek and adjoining lands of Joseph Graham. Said land was granted by the State of Tennessee to William b. Roberts by Grant No. 3663 and dated 1st January 1812.
Witnesses: James B. Hill and Eben. Hill

Reg. 16 Jan 1826
Deed - Whereas Reuben Chinalt in his lifetime gave his bond, to wit, I, Reuben Chinault of Lincoln County, Tennessee am bound unto John Smith of same place for two hundred dollars to be paid to said John Smith on 22 Dec 1813. The condition of the above obligation is to make over to said John Smith a deed to a certrain tract of land granted to Reuben Chinault by the State of Tennessee for 20 acres of Lincoln County being on the road leading from Fayetteville to Winchester and is the same tract of land whereon the said Reuben Chinault now lives.
Witnesses: Walter Harkins and John Chinault. This 18 Apr 1823
Now on ? day of ? 1825, between Elizabeth Chinault, administratrix of the estate of Reuben Chinault, deceased, to Thomas McCullock and Alexander McCullock for the said tract of land in Lincoln County, Tennessee being on the road leading from Fayetteville to Winchester and on the waters of Lees Creek a south branc of Elk River and adjoining a tract of land in the name of Samuel Howell. Containing 20 acres. Reg. 16 Jan 1826

23 Feb 1828
Reg. 18 Sep 1829
Deed from Andrew McCartney of Lincoln County, Tennessee to David Howell of same place for a tract of land in Lincoln County on the head waters of Stewart's Creek a south branch of Elk River adjoining William McGee's west boundary line, and Joshua Dodson's south boundary line. Land containing 48 1/2 acres. Also one other tract adjoining the above tract and containing 10 acres. Also one other tract of land adjoining the above tracts containing 10 acres.
Witnessess: Morgan B. Hinkle and Joel Dodson

21 Apr 1828
Reg. 25 Jun 1830
Deed from Stephen Alexander of Lincoln County, Tennessee to John B. Smott (Smoot) of same place for a tract of land containing ? acres in Lincoln County whereon the said Smoot now lives on Mulberry Creek near the said Alexander's mill and adjoining Henry Warren's corner.
Witnesses: Reese Howell and George W. Street

23 Oct 1828
Reg. 17 Feb 1832
Mortgage Deed - Thomas Howell to Brice M. Garner. Said Thomas Howell sold and conveyed the following property, to wit, four head of cattle, two bed steads and furniture, two chairs, one table, one churn, nine chairs, five crocks, one dozen knives and forks one and a half dozen plates, three pitchers, one half dozen cups and sauces, one sugar dish, one spinning wheel, chest of carpenter tools, one grind stone, two axes, one broad axe, two hoes, one plough, two ?, and one pair of fire irons.
Witnesses: Enoch Rust and T. S. Williams

06 Apr 1829
Reg. 15 Sep 1829
Deed from David Howell of Lincoln County, Tennessee to George Koonce of same place for 4 acres of land in Lincoln County on the head waters of Stewart's Creek a south branch of Elk River adjoining a 120 acre tract of David Howell.
Witnesses: Joshua Dodson and Elijah Dodson

04 Nov 1831
Reg. 12 Sep 1832
Deed from John Watkins of Madison County, Alabama to Joseph Whitaker of Lincoln County, Tennessee for two tracts of land in Lincoln County on the east fork of Mulberry Creek containing about 108 acres, being the same tract which was conveyed to said Watkins by Reece Howel dated 05 Jan 1820. Also one other tract of land on the east fork of Mulberry Creek and which is partly described in a deed of conveyance for the same from James Cowley to said Watkins dated 30 Jul 1825. Also one other tract of 72 acres laying on the waters of the same creek, being the same land granted to said Watkins by Grant No. 8494 and dated 28 Aug 1828.
Witnesses: Samuel Garland and Abner Steed

06 Jan 1832
Reg. 10 May 1833
Deed from James Cole of Lincoln County, Tennessee to David Howel of same place for 45 acres of land in Lincoln County on the waters of Stewart's Creek adjoining the north boundary line of Robert ? tract of 150 acres, and the south boundary line of David Howel's tract of 15 acres.
Witnesses: T. Barnes and John Edmiston

21 Aug 1832
Reg. 04 Dec 1832
Deed from David Howel of Lincoln County, Tennessee to James Phillips of same place for 68 1/2 acres of land in Lincoln County on the head waters of Stewart's Creek a south branch of Elk River and adjoining William McGee's west boundary line.

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