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Title: [Legal] 1827 Aug. 17 [Tennessee, land survey for James S. Johnson] / J. Nelson : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author: Nelson, J.
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Date: August 17, 1827
Extent: 2p
Summary:This is a land survey dated August 17, 1827, written by J. Nelson. The document states the boundaries of a tract of land belonging to James S. Johnson along the Nolichucky River.
Collection:J. Nelson Papers
Box:New Accessions
Folder:n/a
Document: sc254
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The annexed plot represents a Tract of land belonging to James S Johnson lying on the South Side of Nolichucky River it being a part of a Tract formerly owned by William Calyar Deceased & bounded as follows Beginning at a Stone on the Bank of the River a corner to William Calyar 100 Acre Tract thence with a line of Said Tract South twenty two degrees East two hundred and fifty four poles to a Stake near two [unclear: Spaneshacks ] on Elijah Embree s line thence with said line North Sixty degrees East Sixty Six poles to a [unclear: postoak ] thence with a dividing line between James S Johnson and Isaac Taylor North twenty two degrees West two hundred and thirty five poles to to a Stake near Sycamore on the Bank of the River thence down the meanders thereof to the Beginning containing one hundred Acres
Surveyed August 17th 1827

J Nelson



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[added: James S Johnson
Plot 100 Acres]



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