Malinda Gann To W.G. Gann

Malinda Gann To William (W.G.) Gann
March 17, 1904
Book XX, pgs. 530-531
Clarke County, GA

Warrantee Deed Malinda Gann To W.G. Gann

Georgia Clarke County
This indenture made and entered into on this March 17th, 1904 between Malinda Gann of said County and State of the first part, and said W.G. Gann of said County and State of the second part. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of $400.00 cash in hand paid at and before the signing, sealing, and delivery of these presents, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, the party of the first part hath and does by these presents sell, alien, and convey unto the party of the second part the following described property to wit: All my right title and interest in and to 55 acres more or less of land situate lying and being in the 1467th District of said County on the waters of Middle Oconee River joining the original "Joe Lee" place, land belonging to David Gann (while in life) and lands of Jefferson Jennings and known as the William Gann dower land, and the interest therein which I convey by this deed is more specifically known as are b/4 undivided interest, ? interest of which was bought from Jas. F. Foster adm on estate of David Gann on 12th day of Dec. 1900, and the ? interest bought by me from Robt and Mary McEver and David Gann on 25th day of Feby 1881, and said dower land is adjoining land now owned by Wigleys and __________, M.B. __________ known as the Arenia-Aubonia Trust: Jo_ Smith (col) and bounded on one side by the Middle Oconee River. To have and to hold the said property, together with all and singular the members and appurtenances thereto belonging forever in Fee Simple. And the said party of the first part for herself, her heirs, executors, administrators and assigns will and does hereby warrant and defend the right, title and quiet and peaceable possession of the said property and premises against the claim for the party of the first part her heirs, executors, administrators and assigns or any one holding or claiming

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Submitted by Wesley Gann