Blount County, Tennessee, Land Grant to William Means, 1810

Acreage: 233 1/4, 33 poles
Date: 15 May 1810
Number 1102
Book 2-1, p.226; Book 2, p.226

            No. 1102

The State of Tennessee.
To All To Whom These Presents Shall Come - Greeting:
Know Ye, That in Pursuance of an Act of the General Assembly passed in the twenty third day of November Eighteen Hundred and nine there is granted by the said State of Tennessee unto William Means a certain tract or parcel of land containing Two Hundred and thirty three acres one fourth and thirty three poles lying in the County of Blount in the District South of French Broad and Holston on the waters of Six Mile Creek there being due and chargeable on said land the sum of Two hundred and thirty three dollars forty five and a half cents with the Interest due thereon, Beginning at a white oak and [running?] with Vacant Knobs North thirty two West sixteen chains and six tenths to a hickory North sixty then East thirty one chains and two tenths to a white oak South seventy two East with Vacant Land thirty eight chains and three tenths to a stake South twenty six and a half East one hundred and eight chains to a chestnut South sixty West eighty four chains to a white oak then with James Means North fifteen West forty seven chains and five tenths to a black oak saplin North thirty West twenty chains and three tenths to a hickory North eight West sixty chains to the Beginning.

Transcribed by Linda Wood, October 1999, from "Tennessee Land Grants." [Microfilm at Maryville Public Library, Blount County, Tennessee.]

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