Wednesday, November 22, 2017

ALABAMA, Jefferson County: Cantley and Pitcher (1834)

From Vivian:

STATE OF ALABAMA Jefferson County
DEED OF TRUST Page 119&120 
JOHN CANTLEY of Jeff. Co. Ala. to CHARLES G. PITCHER of Tuscaloosa Co. Ala. trustee. 
Enslaved Person: negro girl, named Mace, about 12 yrs old

Premises. A lot in Elyton, lying on the W side of the public square and bounded on the N by a lot formerly owned by John Sloan, and on the S by a lot belonging to Geo. Morrow, the same being 30 ft. In front and extending 210 ft. back, and also the two lots adjoining the one above described, lying immediately on the S side of the same, and on the N side of the white tavern owned by Charles Rogan, now occupied by T.A. Reid, also one mahogany secretary, one side board, one settee, one set winsor chairs, one gig & harness, one large pair glasses, one mahogany table, one candle stand, one carpet and other furniture such as belongs to a parlor including all of the same, also one negro girl, named Mace, about 12 yrs. old. Whereas John Cantley is indebted to St. John & Leavens
of Mobile Ala. in the sum of $3355.85 evidenced by two notes and being willing to
secure the payment thereof executes this deed of trust. Dated May 10, 1834. Ack. before
B.E. Grace, Clk. C.C. May 10, 1834. Filed May 10, recorded May 13, 1834. B.E. Grace,
Clk. C.C.

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