DB N&O, p. 103

Anson Co, NC 1808


State of North Carolina

Know all men by these presents that I Richard Rushing of the County of Anson and State aforesd do hereby lay off and convey and deliver unto Burrell Rushing of the County and State aforesd a certain parcel of land containing of one hundred acres beginning on a hickory Richard Rushing line and Solomon Rushing corner near a large rock on Solomon Rushings branch and runs with Richard Rushings line Et. 13 chains & 50 links to a stake by 3 black jacks and a pine his corner then with his other line No. 5 Et. 34 chains to a stake by 2 pines and a black jack then Wt. 28 chains to a pine on the wt. sd of a small branch then So. 16 Et. 11 chains to a forked pine in the head of a hollow then down the sd hollow to a small branch then down the various courses of sd branch to the beginning it being part of a tract of land belonging to Richard Rushing here described the premises together will and singular the rights members hereditaments and appurtenances to sd premises belonging to or in anywise appertaining TO HAVE AND TO HOLD all and singular the premises before mentioned unto the sd. Burrell Rushing his heirs and assigns forever and I do hereby bind myself my heirs and admrs to warrant and forever defend all and singular sd premises unto sd Burrell Rushing his heirs and assigns against myself my heirs or all other persons lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof.

Witness my hand and Seal this 9th day of July in the year of Our Lord 1808 and in the 30th year of Independence of the United States of America.

Richard ( X ) Rushing (his mark)

Signed sealed & delivered In the presence of us

John Rushing

Willis Rushing

North Carolina, Anson County, April Sessions 1809

Then the within deed was duly acknowledged in open court and ordered to be registered.

Tod Robinson Clk

NOTE: There is no monetary value put on the transfer -- could this be a present from Father to Son????