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ELIZABETH AUTREY ESTATE APRIL 1868

 

Union Parish, Louisiana Deed Book N, Pages 420-421

A. Autrey & Others } Know all men by these presents that we, Absalom Autrey, partner and survivor

Deed Land } in community of the estate of Elizabeth Autrey, deceased, and William N.,

John B. L. Mitchell } Robert M., John, Bird, Charles and Martha Autrey, Lucinda Mitchell wife of John B. L. Mitchell , who is present consenting and authorizing this act of his wife Lucinda, Elizabeth J. Fuller wife of Silas M. Fuller who is present consenting and authorizing this act of his said wife Elizabeth, Celia Field wife of William Field who is present consenting and authorizing this act of his wife Celia, Elizabeth Mitchell wife of Charles J. Mitchell who is present consenting and authorizing this act of his said wife Elizabeth, Sarah Lovelady wife of Obediah Lovelady who is present consenting and authorizing this act of his wife Sarah – all lawful and legal heirs of age in the estate of Elizabeth Autrey, deceased, all of the Parish of Union and State of Louisiana have this day the _______ of April A.D. 1868 have granted and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell and deliver unto Thomas J. Autrey of the Parish of Union and State of Louisiana the following tract or parcel of land, situated and being in the said Parish of Union and State of Louisiana described and numbered as follows to wit: the East half of the Southwest quarter Section 21; The Northeast quarter of the Northwest quarter, Section 28, Township 20, Range 3 West containing one hundred and twenty acres, more or less together with all the rights, titles, claims and improvements belonging and annexed thereto for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and forty dollars, cash in hand the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, the said parties of the first part agreeing and binding themselves, his heirs and assigns to defend and protect the said Thomas J. Autrey, his heirs and assigns forever peaceable and lawful possessions of the same. In witness whereof we the said parties of the first part and Thomas J. Autrey of the second part have this day the above day and date written set our hands and seals in the presence of T. J. Henry, William Mitcham and S. M. Fuller, lawful witnesses of same residence.

S. M. Fuller J. B. L. Mitchell

Elizabeth J. Fuller Lucinda Mitchell

B. G. Autrey Obed H. Lovelady

Robert M. Autrey Sarah A. Lovelady

W. J. Field C. J. Mitchell

Celia Field Elizabeth J. Mitchell

Cornelius Autrey W. N. Autrey

Martha Autrey John Autrey

C. H. Autrey A. Autrey

Proven by witness T. J. Henry on 24th March A.D. 1871

Recorded 24th March A.D. 1871 by W. C. Smith

 

 

ELIZABETH AUTREY ESTATE APRIL 1868

Union Parish, Louisiana Deed Book N, Page 421 – 422

Absalom Autrey & Others} Know all men by these presents that we Absalom Autrey partner and

Deed Land } survivor in community of the Estate of Elizabeth Autrey, deceased,

B. G. Autrey } and William N. Autrey and his wife Rebecca, Robert m. Autrey and his wife Elias Jane, Thomas J. Autrey and his wife Cynthia E., Cornelius Autrey and his wife Amanda P., John Autrey and his wife Dicy, together with Lucinda Mitchell and her husband John B. L. Mitchell, Elizabeth j. Fuller and her husband S. M. Fuller, Celia Field and her husband William Field, Elizabeth Mitchell and her husband Charles J. Mitchell, Sarah Lovelady and her husband Obediah Lovelady, Sarah Neighbors, wife of Albert Neighbors, and Martha Autrey and Charles H. Autrey, all legal heirs in the Estate of Elizabeth Autrey, deceased, of the Parish of Union and Bienville, State aforesaid and Bowie County, State of Texas have this day bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain sell and convey unto B. G. Autrey all that tract of land lying and being in the Parish of Union – Known as the West quarter of the Southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 28, Township 20, Range 3 West according to the original survey containing Ten acres more or less for and in consideration of Twenty dollars cash in hand paid at and before the signing and delivery of these presents, the parties of the first part will forever warrant and defend the right and title of the said land to the said B. G. Autrey free from encumbrances and claims of any and all persons whatever.

In Witness whereof the parties of the first part and B. G. Autrey of the second part, have affixed their signatures, date above written. In Presence of witnesses: S.M. Fuller, T.J. Henry, William Mitcham

S. M. Fuller C. J. Mitchell

Elizabeth Fuller Elizabeth J. Mitchell

Robert M. Autrey W. N. Autrey

T. J. Autrey W. J. Field

J.B.L. Mitchell Celia Field

Lucinda Mitchell Cornelius Autrey

Obediah Lovelady Martha Autrey

Sarah A. Lovelady A. Autrey

Proven by witness T. J. Henry on 24th March A.D. 1871

Recorded 24th March A.D. 1871 by W. C. Smith

 

 

ELIZABETH AUTREY ESTATE 16 OCTOBER 1868

Union Parish, Louisiana Deed Book N, Page 419

 

Absalom Autrey & Others}

Deed Land } Know all men by these presents that we Absalom Autrey partner and

B. G. Autrey } survivor in Community of the Estate of Elizabeth Autrey, deceased,

And William N. Autrey and his wife Rebecca, Robert M. Autrey and his wife Eliza Jane, Thomas J. Autrey and his wife Cynthia E., Cornelius Autrey and his wife Amanda P., John Autrey and his wife Dicy, together with Lucinda Mitchell and her husband John B. L. Mitchell, Elizabeth J. Fuller and her husband S. M. Fuller, Celia Fields and her husband William Fields, Elizabeth Mitchell and her husband Charles J. Mitchell, Sarah Lovelady and her husband Obediah Lovelady, Sarah Neighbors wife of Albert Neighbors, and Martha Autrey and Charles Autrey all legal heirs of the estate of Elizabeth Autrey, deceased and of the Parishes of Union and Bienville, State aforesaid and State of Texas, have this day October 16th, 1868, bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain, sell and convey unto B. G. Autrey all that tract of land lying and being in the Parish of Union – Known as the North half of the East half of Southwest quarter of Section 28, Township 20, Range 3 West and the south half of the West half of the Northwest quarter of Section 28, Township 20, Range 3 West according to the original survey containing eighty acres more or less and in consideration of $160.00 cash in hand paid at and before the signing and delivery of these presents the parties of the first part will forever warrant and defend the right and title of the said land to the said B. G. Autrey free from encumbrances and the claim of any and all persons whatever. In witness whereof the parties of the first part and B. G. Autrey of the second part have affixed their signatures. Date above written.

In presence of: A. Autrey

T. J. Henry C. J. Mitchell

William Mitcham O. H. Lovelady

W. N. Autrey

John Autrey

Robert M. Autrey

C. Autrey

Thomas J. Autrey

S. M. Fuller

Martha Autrey

C. H. Autrey

J. B. L. Mitchell

W. J. Field

A.M. Neighbors

Elizabeth J. Fuller

Lucinda Mitchell

Sarah A. Lovelady

Elizabeth J. Mitchell

Celia Field

Proven and recorded 24th March 1871.

 

 

ELIZABETH AUTREY ESTATE 24 DECEMBER 1870

Union Parish, Louisiana Deed Book N, Pages 311-312

 

Absalom Autrey etal } Know all men by these presents that we, Absalom Autrey, partner and survivor

Deed Land } in community in the estate of Elizabeth Autrey, deceased, and John Autrey and his

Robert M. Autrey } wife Dicy, William N. Autrey and his wife Rebecca, Cornelius Autrey and his

Neighbors, wife of Albert Neighbors, Lucinda Mitchell and her husband J. B. L. Mitchell, Elizabeth J. Fuller and her husband S. M. Fuller, Celia Field and her husband William Field, and Martha Autrey, Elizabeth Mitchell and her husband Charles J. Mitchell, Sarah Lovelady and her husband Obediah Lovelady – all legal heirs in the Estate of Elizabeth Autrey, deceased, of the Parish of Union and Bienville, State aforesaid and Bowie County, State of Texas, have this day December 24th 1870 bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain, sell and convey unto Robert M. Autrey – all that tract of land lying and being in the Parish of Union, known as the North half of the Southwest quarter of Section 27, Township 20, Range 3 West according to the original survey containing eighty acres more or less for and in consideration of one hundred and sixty dollars cash in hand paid at and before signing and delivery of these presents. The parties of the first part will forever warrant and defend the right and title of the said land to the said Robert M. Autrey free from encumbrances and the claims of any and all persons whatever.

In witness whereof the parties of the first part and R. M. Autrey of the second part, have fixed their signatures – date above written. In presence of witnesses: G. W. Campbell, W.S.A. Welden, S.M. Fuller, T.J. Henry, William Mitchell, E.B. Kent.

I do hereby certify that the above witnesses of the within document have signed it in presence of me this the 24th day of December 1870. G. G. Heone, J. P.

A.M. Neighbors

Sarah Neighbors

S. M. Fuller

Elizabeth J. Fuller

Thomas J. Autrey

J. B. L. Mitchell

Lucinda Mitchell

Obed H. Lovelady

Sarah A. Lovelady

C. J. Mitchell

Elizabeth J. Mitchell

W. N. Autrey

W. J. Field

Celia Field

Martha Autrey

C. Autrey

C. H. Autrey

A. Autrey

Recorded 27th day of December A.D. 1870

 

 

 

ROBERT M. AUTREY TO W.C. MOORE 26 DECEMBER 1870

Lincoln Parish, Louisiana Deed Book _____, Page 17

 

This Indenture made the 26th day of December one thousand eight hundred and seventy between R. M. Autrey of the first part and W. C. Moore of the send part, witnesseth that the said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred dollars to him in hand paid, by the said party of the second part, the receipt where of doth bargain and sell unto the said party of the second part and to his heirs and assigns forever, all the East half of the North half of the South West quarter of Section 27, Township 20, Range 3 West and all of that part of the West half of the North half of the South West quarter and East of Lake Creek together with all and singular the hereditments and appurtenances then unto belonging or in anywise appertaining and the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, rents, issues and profits and also all the Estate right, title, interest, claim or demand whatsoever of him the said party of the first part, either in law or equity every part and parcel thereof, to have and to hold to the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns, with sole and only proper use, benefit and behoof of the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns, forever in witness whereof, we affix our names and seal

 

 

Robert M. Autrey

E. J. Autrey

Attest: John B. L. Mitchell

B. B. Brittin

Wiley Cook

 

Proven by witness B. B. Brittin 21 May 1873

ELIZABETH AUTREY ESTATE 26 DECEMBER 1870

Union Parish, Louisiana Deed Book N, Page 417

 

R. M. Autrey } This Indenture made the 26th day of December one thousand eight hundred and seventy between

Deed Book } R. M. Autrey of the first part and C. Autrey of the second part witnessed that the said party of the

C. Autrey } first part for and in consideration of the sum of Three hundred (dollars) to him in hand paid by the said party of the second part, this receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained and sold and by these presents doth bargain and sell with the said party of the second part and to his heirs and assigns forever, all that part of the West half of the north half of the Southwest quarter of Section 27, Township 20, Range 3 West and west of lake on Autrey Creek. Together with all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining and the revision and revisions, remainder and remainders, rents, issues and profits, and also all the estate rite, title, interest, claim or demand whatsoever of him the said party of the first part, either in Law or Equity every part or parcel thereof to have and to hold to the party of the second part, his heirs and assigns to the sale and only proper use benefit and behoof of the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns forever. In witness whereof we affix our names and seals.

R. M. Autrey

E. J. Autrey

John B. L. Mitchell

M. R. Green Recorded 24th March A.D. 1871 by W. C. Smith

Nathaniel Estes Proven by witness john B. L. Mitchell 24 March A.D. 1871

 

ELIZABETH AUTREY ESTATE 26 DECEMBER 1870

Union Parish, Louisiana Deed Book, N, Pages 417-418

Absalom Autrey & Others } Know all men by these presents that we, Absalom Autrey partner and survivor

Deed Land } in Community of the Estate of Elizabeth Autrey, Deceased, and John Autrey

John B. L. Mitchell } and his wife Dicy, William N. Autrey and his wife Rebecca, Cornelius Autrey and his wife Amanda P., Thomas J. Autrey and his wife Cynthia E., B. G. Autrey and his wife Georgia Ann, Charles H. Autrey, Sarah Neighbors, wife of Albert Neighbors, Elizabeth Fuller and her husband S. M. Fuller, Celia Field and her husband William Field, Martha Autrey, R. M. Autrey and his wife Eliza Jane, Elizabeth Mitchell and her husband Charles J. Mitchell and Sarah Lovelady and her husband Obediah Lovelady – all legal heirs in the Estate of Elizabeth Autrey, deceased, and of the Parish of Union and Bienville; State aforesaid; State aforesaid and Bowie County, Texas have this day bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain, sell and convey unto J. B. L. Mitchell all that tract of land lying and being in the Parish of Union known as the East half of the Northwest quarter of Section 21, Township 20, Range 3 West according to the original survey containing eighty acres more or less. (Also) the Southeast quarter of Southwest quarter of Section 22, Township 20, Range 3 West according to the original survey containing forty acres more or less – all for and in consideration of $240.00 cash in hand paid at and before the signing and delivery of these presence the parties of the first part will forever warrant and defend the right and title of the said land to the said J. B. L. Mitchell free from encumbrances and the claim of any and all persons whatever.

In Witness whereof the parties of the first part and J. B. L. Mitchell of the second part, have affixed their signatures, date above written.

 

A.M. Neighbors

S. M. Fuller

Elizabeth J. Fuller

In presence of B. G. Autrey

S. M. Fuller T. J. Autrey

T. J. Henry Robert M. Autrey

William Mitchell Obed H. Lovelady

Sarah A.Lovelady

C. J. Mitchell

Elizabeth J. Mitchell

W. N. Autrey

John Autrey

W. J. Field

Celia Field

Cornelius Autrey

Martha Autrey

C. H. Autrey

A. Autrey

 

Proven by witness T. J. Henry 24th March A.D. 1871.

Recorded 24th March A.D. 1871 by W. C. Smith

 

WILLIAM N. AUTREY TO THOMAS J. HENRY 2 JANUARY 1872

Union Parish, Louisiana Page 241 – 242

This Indenture made on this the second day of January A.D. 1872 between W. N. Autrey of the parish and state aforesaid of the first party and Thomas J. Henry of the above named state and parish, of the second part. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of ninety dollars to me in hand paid by the party of the second part, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have bargained, granted and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell and convey unto the party of the second part, the following described tract or parcel of land to wit: the N. half of N. W. Quarter of Section 5, Township 20 N, Range 3 West containing 80 acres more or less, and we the party of the first part do hereby bind ourselves, our heirs, administrations and assigns unto the party of the second part to firmly warrant and defend the right and title of the above described tract or parcel of land against the legal title or claim of any and all persons whomsoever claiming the same, so will as the claim of the general government unto the party of the second part, his heirs, administrations or assigns, given under my hand and seal this the 2nd day of January 1872.

W. N. Autrey

Witnesses: S. M. Fuller

John N. Fuller

The State of Louisiana

Parish of Union

This day before me the undersigned William C. Smith Bender, an official notary public, in and for the parish and state aforesaid, personally came William N. Autrey of the said parish, who declared he was indebted to his wife, Rebecca Henry, in the sum of $l,100.00 by the amount of paraphernalia property and money received from his said wife about the year 1858 and 1859 and by him converted to his own use having disposed of one house which she received from her father previous to his death for the sum of $160.00 that she received out of the Estate of her father of his paraphernalia (property).

I hereby testify the foregoing to be a true and correct transcription of the (document) as appears on record in my office in Notary Book H, page 449. Witness my official signature, seal of office this 28th day of August A.D. 1873

W. C. Smith Bender

Parish of Union, Louisiana

Recorded April 16, 1874

 

CORNELIUS AUTREY TO BRAXTER MORROW 12 NOVEMBER 1872

Union Parish, Louisiana Deed Book _____, Page 7

Know all men by these presents that I, Cornelius Autrey, do hereby certify that I have bargained and sold and delivered unto Braxter Morrow a certain tract or parcel of land being and lying in the State of Louisiana and Parish of Union designated and known as the East half of the Southeast quarter of Section 28, Township 20, Range 3 West and the West half of the northwest quarter of the Southwest quarter of Section 27, Township 20, Range 3 West north of Red River containing 100 acres more or less, in consideration of the sum of fourteen hundred dollars. I, Cornelius Autrey, do relinquish all my claims of said land unto Braxter Morrow. I, the said C. Autrey, do hereby bind myself, my heirs, executors and administrators to warrant and defend the right and title of the above described land against all claims whatsoever.

Witnesses: Cornelius Autrey

John B. L. Mitchell Arminda Autrey

John A. Mitchell

D. Stein

W. C. Moore

 

CORNELIUS AUTREY TO W.C. MOORE 12 DECEMBER 1872

Union Parish, Louisiana Deed Book ____, Page 18

Know all men by these presents that I, Cornelius Autrey, do hereby certify that I have bargained and sold and delivered unto W. C. Moore a certain tract or parcel of land in the State of Louisiana and Parish of Union designated and known as the West half of the Southeast quarter of Section 28, Township 20, Range 3 West, and north of Red River, containing 80 acres more or less in consideration of the sum of $716.00. I, the said Cornelius Autrey, do hereby bind myself, my heirs, executors and administrators to warrant and defend the right and title of the above described land against all claims whatsoever, this November 12, 1872.

Cornelius Autrey

Attest: Arminda Autrey

J.B.L. Autrey

John A. Mitchell

D. Stein

 

BIRD G. AUTREY TO CHARLES H. AUTREY 26 FEBRUARY 1873

Union Parish, Louisiana

This Indenture made on this the 26th day of February 1873 between Bird G. Autrey of the one part and C. H. Autrey of the other part both of the Parish and State aforesaid witnessed: That the said Bird G. Autrey for and on consideration of five hundred dollars to him paid at and before signing and delivery of these presents has this day bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain, sell and convey unto the said C. H. Autrey all that tract or parcel of land lying and situated in the Parish and State aforesaid together with improvements thereunto belonging. Known as Southeast quarter of the northwest quarter and the Northeast quarter of the Southwest quarter and ten acres off of the West side of the West side of the Southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of Section 28, Township 20 North of Range 3 West according to the original survey. And I, Bird G. Autrey for myself and my heirs and assigns unto the said Charles Henry Autrey his heirs and assigns will forever warrant and defend the right and title to the above described land, free from encumbrances and the claim or claims of any and all persons whatever.

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal on the date above written.

B. G. Autrey

Test:

W. S. Bell

J.T Taylor

 

ELIZABETH AUTREY HEIRS TO CHARLES H. AUTREY 18 SEPTEMBER 1876

Lincoln Parish, Louisiana Deed Book B, Pages 417-418

This Indenture made this 18th day of September 1876 between Absalom Autrey, John Autrey, William N. Autrey, Cornelius Autrey, Robert M. Autrey, Thomas J. Autrey, B. G. Autrey, Sarah Neighbors, Elizabeth J. Fuller, Lucinda Mitchell, Martha Reed, Celia Field, Elizabeth Mitchell and Sarah Lovelady of the first part and Charles H. Autrey of the second part witnessed: That the said party of the first part for and in consideration of four hundred and sixty dollars to them in hand paid at and before the signing and delivery of these presents has this day bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain, grant, sell and convey unto the said Charles H. Autrey all that tract or parcel of land lying and situated in the Parish of Lincoln and State of Louisiana known as South half of Southeast, quarter of Section 21 and North half of Northeast quarter and Southeast quarter of Northeast quarter and Southwest quarter of Northeast quarter (except 10 acres in a slip off of West part) of Section 28, Township 20, Range 3 West.

It is being well understood that the aforementioned Absalom Autrey shall hold and occupy in his own right the above mentioned lands, appurtenances for and during his natural life, and his wife, Kisiah (Kezia) McCulia (McCalla) have a home and support during her natural life.

And as the parties of the first part unto the said Charles h. Autrey will forever warrant and defend the right and title to the above lands free from encumbrances and the claim or claims of any and all persons whatsoever subject to the conditions above mentioned. In testimony whereof the parties have hereunto subscribed their names and affixed their seals (on the date) above written.

Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the presence of:

William McCarly

W. Norris

John Autrey

Absalom Autrey

B. G. Autrey

Cornelius Autrey

S. A. Autrey

R. M. Autrey

S. M. Autrey

E. J. Autrey Fuller

Abe Reed

Martha Reed

C. Autrey

C. J. Mitchell

A. M. Neighbors

S. Neighbors

William N. Autrey

Thomas J. Autrey

L. C. Mitchell

 

 

HEIRS OF JOHN B. L. MITCHELL TO C.H. AUTREY 7 FEBRUARY 1885

Lincoln Parish, Louisiana Deed Book U, Page 442

 

In the matter of the Tutorship of the Minor Heirs of J. B. L. Mitchell, deceased, District Court of Lincoln Parish, State of Louisiana. Be it known that on this the 7th day of February A.D. 1885 in pursuance with the order from Honorable judge of the 3rd District Court in and for the Parish and State aforesaid – the said order based on a family meeting and in accordance therewith that I, L. C. Mitchell, tutrix of the minor heirs aforesaid and a resident of said Parish and State, having heretofore disposed by sale of all of the land belonging to said succession as shown by the process verbal on file in said Court except the land herein after described and not having been able to secure a purchaser for the same previous to this date who could comply with the terms of the sale, as fixed by the family meeting do by these presents hereby grant, bargain, sell, transfer and deliver unto C. H. Autrey, resident of said Parish and State, the following described tract or parcel of land lying and being situated in said Parish and State and which is known and described as follows: The West half of Southeast quarter and West half of East half of Southeast quarter of Section 28, Township 20, Range 3 West containing 120 acres more or less. To have and to hold the said property together with all of the improvements and appurtenances thereto belonging to the said purchaser, his heirs and assigns warranty and defending the title to the same against the claims of all other persons whomsoever by these presents. Now the consideration for which the above sale is made is the sum of $140.00. One third thereof to wit: The sum of $80 each in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby duly acknowledged, and for the balance of said purchaser has this day made, executed and signed his promissory note bearing eight percent annum interest from date, made payable twelve months after date, the said purchaser recognizing and acknowledging the vendors privilege on the said land, in favor of the said succession of J. B. L. Mitchell, deceased. In full faith whereof we have hereunto signed our names on the day and date above written in the presence of lawful witnesses.

L. C. Mitchell, Tutrix

Attest:

C. H. Mitchell

J. A. Mitchell

 

FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ABSALOM AND ELIZABETH AUTREY ESTATES

JULY 21 1885

Lincoln Parish, Louisiana Deed Book U, Page 443

We the undersigned hereby certify that we have received pay in full of all our interest in the estate of A. Autrey, Deceased and his wife Elizabeth Autrey, Deceased.

E. J. Mitchell O. H. Lovelady Celia Fields

Cornelius Autrey Sarah Neighbors W. N. Autrey

B.G. Autrey Martha Reed T. J. Autrey

John Autrey Abe Reed L. C. Michael

S. M. Fuller R. M. Autrey