W. Wood & wife DEED To Abe Lantz.
County, Mississippi Deed Record, Book 72, pp. 56-57
Transcribed by Lori Thornton
This Indenture, made this 23rd day of December A. D. 1907 between
Charles W. Wood and Rose M. Wood, his wife, of Woode County, in
Oklahoma, of the first part and Abe Lantz of the second part.
WITNESSETH, The parties of the first part, in consideration of
the sum of Three Thousand and no/100 Dollars, the receipt whereof
is hereby acknowledged, do by these presents grant, bargain, sell
and convey unto said party of the second part his heirs and assigns,
all of the following described Real Estate, situated in the county
of Monroe and state of Mississippi: The East two hundred (200)
acres of the North half of section Twenty (20), Township Fourteen
(14) Range Seven (7); Also One triangular acres off from the West
point of the following described piece of land, viz: Beginning
at the quarter section post on the East line of section Twenty
(20), Township Fourteen (14), Range Seven (7), thence due West
Twelve (12) chains four -pole and eighty-nine links to a stake,
thence South ten and 1/2 (10 1/2) degrees East (true median basis)
Fifty (50) Chains four-pole and fifty three (53) links to a stake
in section line; thence due North on section line to place of
beginning, being that portion of the South-East Quarter of said
Section Twenty (20) cut off by the Aberdeen & Houston road,
except a strip of land twenty-five feet wide off the North side
of the above described land, and one square acre in North-West
corner of first above described tract of land of 200 acres.
To have and to hold the same, Together and with all and singular
the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging
or in any wise appertaining forever.
And said Charles W. Wood and Rose M. Wood, his wife, for themselves,
their heirs, executors or administrators, do hereby covenant,
promise and agree to and with said party of the second part, that
at the delivery of these presents they are lawfully seized in
their own right of an absolute and indefeasible estate of inheritance,
in fee simple, of and all and singular the above granted and described
premises, with the appurtenances, that the same are free, clear,
discharged and unincumbered of and from all former and other grants,
titles, estates, judgements, taxes, assessments and incumbrances,
of what nature or kind soever and that they will warrant and forever
defend the same unto party of the second part his heirs and assigns
against said parties of the first part their heirs, and all and
every person or persons whomsoever, lawfully claiming or to claim
In witness whereov, The said parties of the first part have hereunto
set their hands the day and year first above written.
Charles W. Wood
Rose M. Wood
of Oklahoma }
County of Alfalfa } ss
Before me a notary Public, in and for said County and state, on
this 23rd day of December 1907 personally appeared Charles W.
Wood and Rose M. Wood, his wife to me known to be the identical
persons who executed the within and foregoing instrument, and
acknowledged to me that they signed and delivered & executed
the same as their free and voluntary act and deed for the uses
and purposes therein set forth.
F. R. Winslow [seal]
My commission expires Jany 22, 1908.
State of Mississippi }
Monroe County }
Personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority of the
county of Monroe, the within named Charles W. Wood who acknowledged
that he signed and delivered the foregoing warranty deed, on the
day and year therein mentioned, as his act and deed. Given under
my hand and official seal this 31st day of December 1907.
Guy H. Watkins [seal] Notary Public.
for record the 1st day of Jan. 1908 at 10 o'clock A. M. and truly
recorded the 24 day of February 1908.
C. P. Smith, CLERK