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ABSOLAM AUTREY 1740-1833 26 MAY 1824

St. Clair County, Alabama Deed 1823-1832 Book A, Page 28

The State of Alabama } Know all men by these presents that I, Absalum Autrey, of the state and

County of St. Clair } county aforesaid for in consideration of the good will and natural affection which I have and bear to my well beloved sons: Enoch Autrey, James Autrey and George Autrey, have this day given, granted and delivered and by these presents do give, grant and deliver unto the said Enoch, James and George all my whole stock of cattle, one cow excepted and her calf now in my possession to be equally divided among them to have and to hold to them and their heirs forever and I do further by these presents give each of my three sons above named three rifles guns – which I do, by these presents deliver and warrant to each and all of them one to my aforesaid son Enoch, one to James and one to George and I do, by these presents further give and deliver to my said three sons Enoch, James and George three beds – one to Enoch, one to James and one to George together with the furniture thereto attached and belonging to have and to hold to each of them and their heirs severally and I do further, by these presents give and deliver to my said son, George Autrey, a certain bay filly with a blaze face to have and to hold to him and his heirs forever all which said property above described with the several dispositions thereunto made I do for myself and my assigns warrant and defend unto my said three sons, Enoch, James and George forever and I do further by these presents give, convey and deliver unto the said Enoch, James and George Autrey their heirs and assigns, my whole stock of hogs to be equally divided among them to have and to hold to them and their assigns forever.

His

Absalum X Autrey

Mark

Test:

Andrew P. Earl

Acknowledged before me for the purposes herein contained this 26th day of May 1824.

Robert Lawson

Judge County Clerk

Recorded the 2nd day of July 1824.