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Adams Crawford Land

From my research in the Pulaski County, Kentucky tax records, I knew that Adams Crawford owned land in Pulaski County. In order to try and figure out whether Adams Crawford might be related to my Crawford Research, I tracked down the deed where Adams Crawford purchased land.

Pulaski County Kentucky

Deeds Vol. 3
FS Film  DGS 007896972

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Deed where Adams Crawford purchases land.

This indenture made and entered into this 6th day of May in the year of
our lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen between John James executor
of Thomas Adams and of the one part and Adams Crawford of the other part
all of Pulaski County and State of Kentucky witnesseth that for and in consideration
of the sum of five hundred and seventy five dollars to the said James in hand paid the receipt
whereof is hereby acknowledged the said John James hath thus bargained
and doth and [with] by these presents bargain sell and convey to the said Adams
Crawford, a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county
aforesaid containing two hundred acres be the same more or less and on
the waters of the Sinking Vally and bounded as followeth to wit
Beginning at thence Red Oak sapling thence S 46 degrees west 171 poles to a
white oak and ash thence south 44 degrees east 188 poles to two post oaks thence
north 46 degrees east 171 poles to three water Black Oaks thence north 44 degrees west
188 poles to the beginning with all its appertanances to have and to
hold the said 200 acres of land to the said Adams Crawford and his
heirs forever and the said John James doth warrant and defend the
said tract of parcel of land from all persons claiming through or by

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by the said Thomas Adams dec’d to the said Adams Crawford and his heirs
forever but not from any other claims whatever in witness whereof the
said John James hath herein to set his hand and seal this day and
year above written

John James

Josiah Evans
D F James
John Canford