LAND GRANTS TO EDWARD BUTLER


Certificate No. 26758 Recorded 24 January 1857

Certificate No. 1814 17 Sept 1812 to Thomas Dillan for 640 acres 16 Nov 1812 n. 9470

Tennessee grants to Edward Butler assignee of Thos. Dillon 20 acres 3 Nov 1814.

. . . on Turkey Creek beginning on Bailey Butlers N boundary line of 640 acres at a brich 10 poles East of said Creek Thence west 48 poles to a birch, & Elm on the side of a bluff then ?? 12 E with said Bluff 20 poles then N 14 to 14 poles N 50 ?? 20 poles in all 34 poles to a birch at the foot of said bluff on then West bank of the Creek ? then East 85 poles to a Sugartree ledge ??? on a steep hill side thence South 46 poles to a Stake, then West 21 poles to the Beginning.
TSLA Land Grants Roll FF p. 166 GG
Certificate 26758 Recorded 24 January 18

. . .to Thomas Dellon for 640 acres 16 November 94970

Tennessee grants to Edward Butler assignee of Thos. Dillon 20 acres lying:

on Turkey Creek beginning P___ by Butler's N boundary line of 640 acres at a birch 10 poles East of s' Creek Thence west 48 poles to the beech & Elm on the side of a bluff then __ 12 E with said Bluff 20 ? poles then ____ 14 poles or ____ 20 poles in all 34 poles to a birch at the foot of said bluff ??? the west bank of the ________ then East 85 poles to a Sugartree on a steep hill side then ___ at 46 poles to a Stake then west 21 poles to the Beginning.
24 January 1837

TSLA Land Grants Roll FF p. 166 GG


Certificate No. 6110 Recorded October 11, 1814

. . .by virtue of part of Certificate No. 1522 dated January 11, 1813 to Robert Learcy Jan 15, 1813 No 15,955

Tennessee grants to Samuel _____ Edmund Butler, James Butler and Isaac Price assignees of Robert Learcy 9 [?] acres lying:

in the first district and on the waters of the second branch between the mouth of Websters Creek on the South side of Cumberland Beginning at a landing stump the tree cut down marked at a corner a beech and hickory. Running north 38 poles to a _______ thence East 38 poles to two dogwoods a white oak and ash and poplar saplings thence south 38 poles to two beeches and a dogwood thence west 38 poles to the Beginning including a salt peter cave called [to her ?] Williams Cave.
Surveyed 9 July 1813 by John Murray DS

October 10, 1814