Book C, p. 436, of Logan County Deeds
(Dashes represent words that I could not decipher--JFA)
This indenture made this 11th day of May 1812, between Robert McMillin, Hugh McMillin, Joseph Gilmore & Elizabeth Gilmore his wife, Matthew Alexander & Elenor his wife, William Alexander & Esther his wife, William McMillin, and John McMillin, Heirs at law of William McMillin, decd., of the one part, and John Curd of Logan County & state of Kentucky of the other part. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of Six Hundred and seventy five dollars to them in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have granted, bargained, and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain, and sell unto the said John Curd, his Heirs, and forever, two certain tracts or parcels of land lying and being in the said ___________. Gabriel Lang's line, thence N35E 90 poles to William McMillin's (fence?) line, thence with his line S30E 126 poles to a stake on a white oak in Gabriel Lang's line and corner to the before mentioned tract running eastwardly 124 poles to a stake, thence N60E 86 poles to an elm and two spanish oaks corner to ___ survey, thence a direct line to the beginning. To have and to hold the said tract or parcels of land with all and every of their appurtenances to the said John Curd, his heirs forever, and the said Robert McMillin, Hugh McMillin, Joseph Gilmore & Elizabeth Gilmore his wife, Matthew Alexander & Elenor his wife, William Alexander & Esther his wife, William McMillin, and John McMillin, heirs as aforesaid, do further in covenant to and with the said John Curd that they will forever warrant and defend this before described promises with all and every of their appurtenances to the said John Curd, his heirs, before ___________. In testimony whereof, they have hereunto set their hand and affixed their seals the date aforesaid.
Witness Berry Barnes or Burns