his Indenture made and entered into this 11th day of June 1824, between William Hulen and Polly, Ambrose Hulen and Sally, his wife, Taylor Hulen and Elizabeth, his wife, Charles Hulen and Elizabeth, his wife, John Hulen and Sally, his wife, John Barnes and Milly, his wife, Henry Noland and Charlotte, his wife, and Peggy Hulen of the County of Estill and State of Kentucky, of one part and Lewis Moore of the County and State aforesaid of the other part, witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of $600 to them in hand and paid, the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge, hath granted, bargained, and sold aliened and confirmed and by these presents doth grant, bargain and sell unto the said Lewis Moore and his heirs forever a certain tract or parcel of land situated lying, and being in the County of Estill on the Kentucky River containing by survey 69 1/2 acres being a part of a larger tract containing 253 acres by survey and bounded as follows ... Beginning at the mouth of Big Doe Creek at a sycamore and box elder thence S 52 E 26 poles to a stone thence S 50 W 10 poles to a stone thence S 83 E 57 poles to a stone, thence S 5 W 58 poles to an elm and beech on the bank of Big Doe Creek, thence down said Creek with its several meanders to the beginning to have and to hold with its appurtenances unto the said Lewis Moore and his heirs forever and the said William Hulen and Polly his wife, Taylor Hulen and Elizabeth, his wife, John Hulen and Sally his wife, John Barnes and Milly, his wife, Henry Noland and Charlotte, his wife, William Gess and Sally, his wife, and Peggy Hulen do warrant and will forever defend the aforesaid land and premises unto the said Lewis Moore and his heirs from the claim of themselves, their heirs, executors, or administrators and against the claims of all other persons through them. In witness we set our hands and affix our seals this day and date above written. William Hulen and Polly, John Barnes and Milly, William Gess and Sally, Henry Noland and Charlotte, Taylor Hulen and Elizabeth, Charles Hulen and Elizabeth ... signed June 11, 1824. Peggy Hulen, wife of John Hulen, deceased, signed 16 Nov. 1824. John Hulen and Sally signed 12 March 1825. Ambrose Hulen and Sally signed 22 March 1825. ESTILL COUNTY, KENTUCKY I, A.W. Quinn, Clerk of Court for County aforesaid, do hereby certify that the foregoing deed from William Hulen and others to Lewis Moore was produced to me in my office on the 27th day of September 1825 and thereupon the same together with the several certificates thereon endorsed was recorded in my office. Given under my hand the 25th day of October 1825.

A.W. Quinn, C.E. C.C.

AN INVENTORY OF THE APPRAISMENT OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN HULAND, DECEASED, DECEMBER 21, 1804. Will Book I, Madison County, Kentucky.

To one yoke of oxen
To seven head of cattle
To iron tools various kinds
To drawing guns
Log chain
To one womans saddle
Casting
To Pewter
Earthenware
Peppermill
Warping Spools
Slate
To one flax wheel
To two small chests
To one Gun
To one hand sifter
Three bedsteads and furniture
One grand stone
One small saw
Three heady howes (?)
Two head of sheep



Thomas Campbell * James Blackwell * Ledstone Noland

AN INVENTORY OF DEBTS DUE TO THE ESTATE OF JOHN HULAND, deceased, December 21, 1804.

Elijah Hendrick Ambrose Huland




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