TRIGG COUNTY, KENTUCKY

Land: John Forgerson gave 100 acres of land to his daughter Polly Cinningham
      Forgerson. Trigg County; Kentucky; Book B; page 334; 19 Oct 1826
      Land on which I now live, containing about 100 acres, with the
      appurtenances, also the crop or corn be thereon standing or growing at
      this time, all my stock of hogs, of about 30 in number, all my Sheep
      beingsia in number, twn head of cattle, all my household furniture,
      consisting of five feather beds, with their furniture and all. 
      singular each article of household an kitchen furniture of which I am at
      this time possessed, particulary a corner cupboard with its furniture.
      
Land: Arther B. Jenkens sold John Forguson land; Trigg County; Kentucky; book
      C; page 308; 5 Aug 1828; for the sum of four hundred dollers
      in the County of Trigg aforesaid upon the South side of Cumborland River
      on Crooked Creek, entered, surveyed and pattented in the name of Arther
      Jenkins bearing date the twenty second day of May one thousand, eight
      hundrede and twenty one, "22 May 1821" by virtue of a partissan Land
      office warrant No. 5412 and bounded asfollowith Fowit. Begining on a
      double white Oak the begining corner of John Kelean's 100 acres survey
      thence with a lines of the same. N. 80 poles to four white oakes, thence
      N.E. 4 "deg." E. 135 poles to a white oak, thence S. 10 "deg." E. 16
      poles to Tinson Wetford corner two live white oaks, thence with a line of
      the same S. 35 "deg" East 57 poles to a white oak, in said line, thence
      S. 80 "deg." W. 28 poles to a white oak, thence S. 80 "deg" W. 200 poles
      to the begining containing by patent 100 acres, be the same more or less.
      
LAND: Samuel Osborn and Polly Cunningham "Furguson" Osborn gives land to Delila
      Furguson; Trigg County; Kentucky; book E; page 218; 23 May 1834
      Polly gives the land back to her mother Delila Furguson.

Ky. Grants south of the Green River
        Hamlet Ferguson, surveyed 14 Aug 1816, Livingston Co., Ky., watercourse,
        Columbia River.
        
Ky. Land Warrants.
        Hamlet Ferguson, 19 May 1821, Livingston Co., Ky., watercourse, 
        Cumberland River.
        Hamlet Ferguson, 27 Jun 1821, Livingston Co., Ky., watercourse,
        Ohio River.
        Hanlet Ferguson, 27 Jul 1821, Livingston Co., Ky., watercourse,
        Cumberland River.

Ky. Grants in county court orders.
        Hamlet Ferguson, 2 May 1836, Livingston Co., Ky., Ferguson Creek.
        Thomas Ferguson, 5 Nov 1839, Livingston Co., Ky., Buck Creek
        Hamlet and Thomas Ferguson later found in Johnson Co., Ill.

Early Ky. Tax Lists.    County          Date
Abraham Ferguson        Fayette         07 Nov 1800
Alexander Ferguson      Harrison               1800
Champion Ferguson       Cumberland             1799
Clement Ferguson        Bourbon                1800
David Fergason          Henry           06 Aug 1800
Hamlet Ferguson         Livingston             1800
Hugh Ferguson           Woodford               1800
James Ferguson          Franklin        07 Aug 1801
James Ferguson          Livingston             1800
James Ferguson          Mason           10 Jun 1800
James Ferguson          Warren                 1800-1801
John Ferguson           Bourbon                1800
John Ferguson           Bourbon                1800
John Ferguson           Fayette         07 Nov 1800
John Ferguson           Warren                 1800-1801
John Ferguson Jr.       Bourbon                1800
Joseph Ferguson         Nelson          30 Aug 1800
Josiah Ferguson         Clark                  1800
Kinder Ferguson         Henry           06 Aug 1800
Peter Ferguson          Bourbon                1800
Peter Ferguson          Christian       22 Jul 1800
Richard Ferguson        Bullitt         16 Aug 1800
Richard Ferguson        Livingston             1800
Thomas Ferguson         Barren          10 Sep 1800
Thomas Ferguson         Livingston             1800
Thomas Ferguson         Mason           10 Jun 1800
William Ferguson        Barren          10 Sep 1800
William Ferguson        Montgomery      22 Aug 1800

WARREN COUNTY KENTUCKY DEEDS

Book 17, page 182-183

Kentucky State Archives Microfilm #99641

This Indenture made the 22nd day of October in the year of our Lord, One 
Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Eight Between THOMAS FERGUSON, JR. and 
NANCY his wife of Warren County and State of Kentucky of the one part and 
JOHN DAVIS of Edmondson county and state afforesaid of the other part. Witness 
that the THOMAS FERGUSON, JR. and Nancy his wife for and in consideration 
of the sum of three hundred and sixty dollars to them in hand paid at and 
before the sealing and delivery of theses present the receipt whereof they 
doth hereby acknowledge hath given granted bargained and sold a certain 
tract or parcel of land in the Barrens. It being a part of a tract patented 
in the name of JOHN WALLACE bearing date the 5th day of July 1813 and 
conveyed from said Wallace to THOMAS FERGUSON, SR. by deed bearing date 14th 
day of August 1822 and conveyed from said Ferguson, Sr. to THOMAS FERGUSON, Jr., 
and is bounded as follows : Beginning on a rock running then North75, 
East 100 poles to a post oak, then South 10 East 40 poles to a rock, then 
South 63, West 103 poles to a rock , then South 10 3/4 West 60 poles to the 
beginning, including thirty acres together with all and singular the rights 
and privledges thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining to have and 
to hold the aforesaid bargained land and premises unto the said JOHN DAVIS 
and his heirs forever and the said THOMAS FERGUSON and NANCY his wife doth 
further Covenant and agree that they will warrant and defend the aforesaid 
land and premises from themselves, their heirs and assigns and from the 
claim of all and every other persons whatsoever forever. In witness whereof 
the said THOMAS FERGUSON, JR. and NANCY his wife hath hereunto set their 
hands and seals the day and year above written.

THOMAS FERGUSON, JR. (seal)

NANCY FERGUSON (seal)

( Examined and delivered to Daníl. Rodes )

State of Kentucky

Warren County Sct. I Atwood (G.?) Hobson Deputy for Jonathan Hobson Clerk of 
the County Court of said county. Do certify that this deed from THOMAS FERGUSON, JR. 
and NANCY his wife to JOHN DAVIS was on the 22nd day of October 1838 produced 
to me in my office and acknowledged by said Ferguson to be his act and deed, 
and on this day the said Nancy being examined by me privily and apart from her 
said husband declared that she did freely and willingly seal and deliver said 
writing and wishes not to retract it and acknowledged the said writing again 
shown and explained to her to be her act and deed and consenteth that the same ]
may be recorded whereupon said deed with the certificate hath been duly recorded 
in my office. Given under my hand this 24th? day of November 1838.

A.G.Hobson

WARREN COUNTY KENTUCKY DEEDS

Book 17, page 182-183

Kentucky State Archives Microfilm #99641

This Indenture made the 22nd day of October in the year of our Lord, 
One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Eight. Between THOMAS FERGUSON, JR. 
and NANCY his wife of Warren County and State of Kentucky of the one part 
and JOHN DAVIS of Edmondson county and state afforesaid of the other part. 
Witness that the THOMAS FERGUSON, JR. and Nancy his wife for 
and in consideration of the sum of three hundred and sixty dollars to them in 
hand paid at and before the sealing and delivery of theses present the receipt 
whereof they doth hereby acknowledge hath given granted bargained and sold a 
certain tract or parcel of land in the Barrens. It being a part of a tract 
patented in the name of JOHN WALLACE bearing date the 5th day of July 1813 and 
conveyed from said Wallace to THOMAS FERGUSON, SR. by deed bearing date 14th day 
of August 1822 and conveyed from said Ferguson, Sr. to THOMAS FERGUSON, Jr., and 
is bounded as follows : Beginning on a rock running then North75, East 100 poles 
to a post oak, then South 10 East 40 poles to a rock, then South 63, West 103 
poles to a rock , then South 10 3/4 West 60 poles to the beginning, including 
thirty acres together with all and singular the rights and privledges thereunto 
belonging or in anywise appertaining to have and to hold the aforesaid bargained 
land and premises unto the said JOHN DAVIS and his heirs forever and the said THOMAS 
FERGUSON and NANCY his wife doth further Covenant and agree that they will warrant 
and defend the aforesaid land and premises from themselves, their heirs and assigns 
and from the claim of all and every other persons whatsoever forever. In witness whereof 
the said THOMAS FERGUSON, JR. and NANCY his wife hath hereunto set their hands 
and seals the day and year above written.

THOMAS FERGUSON, JR. (seal)

NANCY FERGUSON (seal)

( Examined and delivered to Dan'l. Rodes )

State of Kentucky Warren County Sct. I Atwood (G.?) Hobson Deputy for Jonathan Hobson 
Clerk of the County Court of said county. Do certify that this deed from THOMAS FERGUSON, 
JR. and NANCY his wife to JOHN DAVIS was on the 22nd day of October 1838 
produced to me in my office and acknowledged by said Ferguson to be his act and 
deed, and on this day the said Nancy being examined by me privily and apart from 
her said husband declared that she did freely and willingly seal and deliver 
said writing and wishes not to retract it and acknowledged the said writing 
again shown and explained to her to be her act and deed and consenteth that the 
same may be recorded whereupon said deed with the certificate hath been duly 
recorded in my office. Given under my hand this 24th? day of November 1838.
A.G.Hobson

WARREN COUNTY KENTUCKY DEEDS

Book 16, page 461-462

Kentucky State Archives microfilm #996451

This Indenture made the 7th day of August in the year of our Lord 
One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Seven between WILLIAM FERGUSON and DORINDA 
his wife of the county of Warren and Commonwealth of Kentucky of the one part 
and AZEL DAVIS of the county and Commonwealth aforesaid of the other part. 
Witnesseth that the said WILLIAM FERGUSON and DORINDA his wife for and in 
consideration of Seven Hundred and Thirty dollars in hand to them paid the 
receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained and sold and 
by these presents doth grant bargain and sell all that tract or parcel of 
land situate and being in the county of Warren in Smithís Grove, and bounded 
as follows towit: Beginning on a hickory on Allenís corner thence 
North 61 E124? poles to three hickories thence South 10 3/4 E 141 poles 
to a rock and the corner of the Widow (_?__) dower thence 
South 50? West 8 poles to a rock at the fence thence with a line of 
fence N 50 West 40 poles to a rock thence S 35. W 49 poles to a rock 
thence N 35 W 108 poles to a rock thence N 70 W 5 poles to a Black Jack 
and Allenís corner thence N 36 West 5 poles to the beginning. Containing 
Seventy Three acres be the same more or less, together with all and 
singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining 
to have and to hold the land hereby conveyed, with the appurtenances, unto 
the said AZEL DAVIS his heirs and assigns forever and the said WILLIAM FERGUSON 
and DORINDA his wife for themselves, their heirs executors and administrators 
the aforesaid tract of land and appurtenances unto the said AZEL DAVIS his 
heirs or assigns against the claim or claims of all or every persons whatsoever 
doth and will forever Warrant and Defend by these present in witness whereof 
the said WILLIAM FERGUSON together with Dorinda his wife, who hereby 
relinquishes her right of dower in and to the lands conveyed in the deed, 
hath hereunto set their hands, and seals the day and date first above written.

Signed sealed and delivered } William Ferguson (seal)

Dorinda Ferguson (seal)

in presents of

State of Kentucky

Warren County Sct. I Atwood G.Hobson Deputy for Jonathan Hobson Clerk of the County Court 
of said county do certify that this deed from William Ferguson and Dorinda his wife to 
Azel Davis was on the 7th day of August 1837 produced to me in my office and 
acknowledged by said Ferguson to be his act and deed, and this day the said Dorinda 
being examined by me privily and apart from her said husband declare that she did 
freely and willingly seal and deliver said writing and wished not to retract it and 
acknowledged the said writing again shewn and explained to her to be her act and deed 
and consenteth that the same may be recorded. Whereupon said deed with this 
certificate hath been duly recorded in my office. Given under my hand this 15th day 
of November 1837. 

A.G.Hobson

WARREN COUNTY KENTUCKY DEEDS

Book 16, page 461-462

Kentucky State Archives microfilm #996451

This Indenture made the 7th day of August in the year of our Lord One 
Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Seven between WILLIAM FERGUSON and DORINDA his 
wife of the county of Warren and Commonwealth of Kentucky of the one part and 
AZEL DAVIS of the county and Commonwealth aforesaid of the other part. 
Witnesseth that the said WILLIAM FERGUSON and DORINDA his wife for and in 
consideration of Seven Hundred and Thirty dollars in hand to them paid the 
receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained and sold and by 
these presents doth grant bargain and sell all that tract or parcel of land 
situate and being in the county of Warren in Smith's Grove, and bounded as 
follows towit: Beginning on a hickory on Allen's corner thence North 61 
E124? poles to three hickories thence South 10 3/4 E 141 poles to a rock and the 
corner of the Widow (_?__) dower thence South 50? West 8 poles to a rock at the 
fence thence with a line of fence N 50 West 40 poles to a rock thence S 35. 
W 49 poles to a rock thence N 35 W 108 poles to a rock thence N 70 W 5 poles 
to a Black Jack and Allen's corner thence N 36 West 5 poles to the beginning. 
Containing Seventy Three acres be the same more or less, together with all 
and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining 
to have and to hold the land hereby conveyed, with the appurtenances, unto the 
said AZEL DAVIS his heirs and assigns forever and the said WILLIAM FERGUSON 
and DORINDA his wife for themselves, their heirs executors and administrators 
the aforesaid tract of land and appurtenances unto the said AZEL DAVIS his heirs 
or assigns against the claim or claims of all or every persons whatsoever doth 
and will forever Warrant and Defend by these present in witness whereof the said 
WILLIAM FERGUSON together with Dorinda his wife, who hereby relinquishes her 
right of dower in and to the lands conveyed in the deed, hath hereunto set 
their hands, and seals the day and date first above written.

Signed sealed and delivered } 

William Ferguson (seal)

Dorinda Ferguson (seal)

in presents of State of Kentucky Warren County Sct. 
I Atwood G.Hobson Deputy for Jonathan Hobson Clerk of the 
County Court of said county do certify that this deed from William Ferguson and 
Dorinda his wife to Azel Davis was on the 7th day of August 1837 produced to me 
in my office and acknowledged by said Ferguson to be his act and deed, and this 
day the said Dorinda being examined by me privily and apart from her said 
husband declare that she did freely and willingly seal and deliver said writing 
and wished not to retract it and acknowledged the said writing again shewn and 
explained to her to be her act and deed and consenteth that the same may be 
recorded. Whereupon said deed with this certificate hath been duly recorded in 
my office. Given under my hand this 15th day of November 1837.
 
A.G.Hobson

WARREN COUNTY KENTUCKY DEEDS

Deed Book 16, page 134-135

Kentucky State Archives microfilm #996451

This Indenture made and entered into this 15th day of September in the year 
One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Five between JONATHAN T.CARPENTER 
of Warren County KY. of the one part and MARGARET ELIZABETH FERGUSON, 
JACOB LYCURGUS FERGUSON and JAMES FERGUSON, heirs and represenitives 
of JAMES FERGUSON, decíd, of the county and state aforesaid of the other part, 
witnesseth that the said J.T.Carpenter hatht this day bargained and sold 
and by these presents doth bargain and sell onto the said MARGARET E.FERGUSON, 
JACOB L.FERGUSON and JAMES FERGUSON, one certain tract of land situated, 
being and lying in Warren County KY. for and in consideration of the sum
of Seven Hundred Dollars to him in hand paid the receipt of which is 
hereby acknowledged, which land contains by survey, one hundred acres 
and is bounded as follows, towit, Beginning at a Blackjack and red oak, 
JOHN SMITHíS northeast corner, running S76 E150 poles to a black jack, 
thence N180 poles to a stake thence E102 poles to a small hickory, thence 
N90 poles to a large forked hickory, thence S80 W166 poles to a post oak, 
thence S11 E100 poles to the beginning. With all and singular the land 
and premises, to the only proper use benefit and behoof of the said 
MARGARET E.FERGUSON, JACOB L.FERGUSON and JAMES FERGUSON, to them and 
their heirs forever. And the said J.T.CARPENTER doth furthercovenant 
to and with the said MARGARET E., JACOB L. and JAMES FERGUSON that he 
will forever Warrant and defend the title of the aforesaid land and 
premises from himself, his heirs, executors and administrators and all 
and every person or persons whatsoever claiming or to claim the same. 
It is well understood that the cause why this deed of conveyance is made 
and executed to the heirs and representitives of JAMES FERGUSON, decíd. 
is to complete a contract made between said Ferguson in his lifetime 
and the said J.T.CARPENTER. 

In testimony whereof I have hereunto affixed my hand and seal the day 
and year above written. 

Jon. T.Carpenter (seal)

State of Kentucky

Warren County Sct. I Atwood T.Hobson, deputy for Jonathan Hobson, 
clerk of the County Court of said county, do certify that this deed 
from JONATHAN T.CARPENTER to MARGARET E.FERGUSON and others was 
on the 22nd day of February 1836 produced to me in my office 
and acknowledged by said Carpenter to be his act and deed, and this day 
the tax being paid, I have recorded said deed with this certificate 
as required by law. Given under my hand this 25th day of July 1836. 

A.G.Hobson

WARREN COUNTY KENTUCKY DEEDS

Deed Book 16, page 134-135

Kentucky State Archives microfilm #996451

This Indenture made and entered into this 15th day of September in the year 
One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Five between JONATHAN T.CARPENTER of 
Warren County KY. of the one part and MARGARET ELIZABETH FERGUSON, JACOB 
LYCURGUS FERGUSON and JAMES FERGUSON, heirs and represenitives of JAMES 
FERGUSON, dec'd, of the county and state aforesaid of the other part, 
witnesseth that the said J.T.Carpenter hatht this day bargained and sold and by 
these presents doth bargain and sell onto the said MARGARET E.FERGUSON, JACOB 
L.FERGUSON and JAMES FERGUSON, one certain tract of land situated, being and 
lying in Warren County KY. for and in consideration of the sum of Seven Hundred 
Dollars to him in hand paid the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, which 
land contains by survey, one hundred acres and is bounded as follows, towit, 
Beginning at a Blackjack and red oak, JOHN SMITH'S northeast corner, 
running S76 E150 poles to a black jack, thence N180 poles to a stake thence E102 
poles to a small hickory, thence N90 poles to a large forked hickory, thence S80 
W166 poles to a post oak, thence S11 E100 poles to the beginning. With all and 
singular the land and premises, to the only proper use benefit and behoof of the 
said MARGARET E.FERGUSON, JACOB L.FERGUSON and JAMES FERGUSON, to them and their 
heirs forever. And the said J.T.CARPENTER doth furthercovenant to and with the 
said MARGARET E., JACOB L. and JAMES FERGUSON that he will forever Warrant and 
defend the title of the aforesaid land and premises from himself, his heirs, 
executors and administrators and all and every person or persons whatsoever 
claiming or to claim the same. It is well understood that the cause why this 
deed of conveyance is made and executed to the heirs and representitives
of JAMES FERGUSON, dec'd. is to complete a contract made between said 
Ferguson in his lifetime and the said J.T.CARPENTER. 

In testimony whereof I have hereunto affixed my hand and seal the day and 
year above written. 

Jon. T.Carpenter (seal)

State of Kentucky Warren County Sct. I Atwood T.Hobson, deputy for Jonathan Hobson, 
clerk of the County Court of said county, do certify that this deed from JONATHAN 
T.CARPENTER to MARGARET E.FERGUSON and others was on the 22nd day of February 
1836 produced to me in my office and acknowledged by said Carpenter to be his 
act and deed, and this day the tax being paid, I have recorded said deed with 
this certificate as required by law. Given under my hand this 25th day of July 
1836. 

A.G.Hobson

WARREN COUNTY KENTUCKY DEEDS

Deed Book 16, page 180-181

Kentucky State Archives Microfilm # 996451

This Indenture made this 17th September in the year 1836 between THOMAS FERGUSON, Senr. 
of Warren County Kentucky of the one part and THOMAS FERGUSON, Jr. of said county 
and state of the other part. Witnesseth that the said THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. 
for and in consideration of the sum of One Dollar in hand paid the receipt 
whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath granted bargained and sold and by these 
presents does bargain grant and sell unto the sais THOMAS FERGUSON, Jr. 
and his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land situated 
in the aforesaid county and state being a part of a tract patented 
in the name of JOHN WALLACE patent bearing date the 5th day of July 1813 
and conveyed by said WALLACE to THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. bt deed bearing date 
the 14th day of August 1822 and bounded as follows (viz) Beginning 
at a black jack in the old line then with the same S10 3/4 E60 poles to a rock, 
then N75 E100 poles to a post oak then S10 E40 poles to a post oak called for 
but not found then S63 W190 poles to a rock then N30 W110 poles to a rock 
then N35 E104 poles to a rock at the fence then with the frnce S50 E48 poles 
to a rock then N50 W8 poles to the beginning. Containing 130 acres together 
with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging unto the said THOMAS FERGUSON, Jr. 
his heirs and assigns forever, and the said THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. for himself, 
his heirs and the aforesaid tract of land and appurtenances unto the said 
THOMAS FERGUSON, Jr. his heirs or assigns against the claim or claims 
of all persons whatever does and will forever warrant and defend. 
In witness whereof the said THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. has hereunto set his hand 
and seal the day and date above written.

I HANNAH FERGUSON wife of the said THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. relinquish my right to dower 
in the above mentioned land. 

Thomas (his mark) Ferguson (seal)

Hannah (her mark) Ferguson (seal)

Examd.

Teste

State of Kentucky

Warren County Sct. I Atwood G.Hobson deputy for Jonathan Hobson Clerk of the 
County Court do certify that this deed from THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. and HANNAH 
his wife to THOMAS FERGUSON, Jr. was this day produced to me in my office 
and acknowledged by the said THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. to be his act and deed, 
and the said HANNAH being examined by me privily and apart from her said 
husband declared that she did freely and willingly seal and deliver 
said writing and wished not to retract it, and acknowledged the said writing 
again shewn and explained to her to be her act and deed and consenteth 
that the same may be recorded, whereupon said deed with this certificate 
hath been duly admitted to record in my office. Given under my hand this 
19th day of September 1836.

A.G.Hobson


WARREN COUNTY KENTUCKY DEEDS

Deed Book 16, page 180-181

Kentucky State Archives Microfilm # 996451

This Indenture made this 17th September in the year 1836 between THOMAS 
FERGUSON, Senr. of Warren County Kentucky of the one part and THOMAS FERGUSON, 
Jr. of said county and state of the other part. Witnesseth that the said THOMAS 
FERGUSON, Sr. for and in consideration of the sum of One Dollar in hand paid the 
receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath granted bargained and sold and by 
these presents does bargain grant and sell unto the sais THOMAS FERGUSON, Jr. 
and his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land situated in the 
aforesaid county and state being a part of a tract patented in the name of JOHN 
WALLACE patent bearing date the 5th day of July 1813 and conveyed by said 
WALLACE to THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. bt deed bearing date the 14th day of August 1822 
and bounded as follows (viz) Beginning at a black jack in the old line then with 
the same S10 3/4 E60 poles to a rock, then N75 E100 poles to a post oak then S10 
E40 poles to a post oak called for but not found then S63 W190 poles to a rock 
then N30 W110 poles to a rock then N35 E104 poles to a rock at the fence then 
with the frnce S50 E48 poles to a rock then N50 W8 poles to the beginning. 
Containing 130 acres together with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging 
unto the said THOMAS FERGUSON, Jr. his heirs and assigns forever, and the said 
THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. for himself, his heirs and the aforesaid tract of land and 
appurtenances unto the said THOMAS FERGUSON, Jr. his heirs or assigns against 
the claim or claims of all persons whatever does and will forever warrant and 
defend. In witness whereof the said THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. has hereunto set his 
hand and seal the day and date above written.

I HANNAH FERGUSON wife of the said THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. relinquish my right 
to dower in the above mentioned land. 

Thomas (his mark) Ferguson (seal)

Hannah (her mark) Ferguson (seal)

Examd.

Teste

State of Kentucky Warren County Sct. I Atwood G.Hobson deputy for Jonathan Hobson 
Clerk of the County Court do certify that this deed from THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. and HANNAH his 
wife to THOMAS FERGUSON, Jr. was this day produced to me in my office and 
acknowledged by the said THOMAS FERGUSON, Sr. to be his act and deed, and the 
said HANNAH being examined by me privily and apart from her said husband 
declared that she did freely and willingly seal and deliver said writing and 
wished not to retract it, and acknowledged the said writing again shewn and 
explained to her to be her act and deed and consenteth that the same may 
be recorded, whereupon said deed with this certificate hath been duly 
admitted to record in my office. Given under my hand this 19th day of September 
1836.

A.G.Hobson

WARREN COUNTY KENTUCKY DEEDS

Deed book 16, page 181-182

Kentucky State Archives microfilm #996451

This Indenture made this 15th day of August in the year of our Lord 
One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Six between THOMAS FERGUSON 
and HANNAH his wife of Warren County and state of Kentucky of the one part 
and WILLIAM ALLEN of the same state and county of the other part. 
Witnesseth that the said THOMAS FERGUSON and HANNAH his wife for 
and in consideration of the sum of Three Thousand, Six Hundred Dollars 
to them in hand paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these 
presents the receipt whereof they doth hereby acknowledge hath given 
granted bargained and sold a certain tract or parcel of land it being 
a tract granted to JOHN WALLACE assignee of JOHN TAYLOR the patent 
bearing date 2nd day of January 1813 and conveyed from said WALLACE 
to said FERGUSON. Containing Three hindred acresand is bounded as follows. 
Beginning on a hickory then S70 W193 poles to 3 post oaks then S20 E171poles 
to a red oak corner to WILLIAM F.TUCKER then E44 poles to a rock 
at the grave yard then N5 poles to a rock then E4 poles to a rock, 
then S5 poles to a rock in the original line then with the same E70 poles 
to a rock at the end of F.FORDís lane then N85 E129 poles to a rock 
then N30 W110 poles to a rock, THOMAS FERGUSON,Jrs. corner 
then N35 E53 poles to a rock, WILLIAM FERGUSONS corner then N35 W108 poles 
to rock in the original lines then with the same S70 W35 poles to the beginning. 
With itís appurtenances unto the said WILLIAM ALLEN and his heirs with all 
and singular the rights and priviledges thereunto belonging or in anywise 
appertaining and the said THOMAS FERGUSON and HANNAH his wife doth further 
covenant and agree with the sais WILLIAM ALLEN that they will warrant 
and forever defend the aforesaid bargained land and premises from themselves 
their heirs and assigns and from all and every other person or persons whatsoever. 
In witness whereof the said THOMAS FERGUSON and HANNAH his wife hath hereunto set 
their hands and seals the day and year first written. 

Thomas (his mark) Ferguson (seal)

Hannah (her mark) Ferguson (seal)

In presence of

John Beckham

Wm.B.Brashear

State of Kentucky

Warren County Sct. I Atwood G.Hobson deputy for Jonathan Hobson Clerk of the 
County Court do certify that this deed from THOMAS FERGUSON and HANNAH his 
wife to WILLIAM ALLEN was this day produced to me in my office and acknowledged 
by the said FERGUSON to be his act and deed and the said HANNAH being examined 
by me privily and apart from her said husband declared that she did freely 
and willingly seal and deliver said writing and wished not to retract it 
and acknowledged the said writing again shewn and explained to her to be her 
act and deed and consenteth that the same may be recorded whereupon said deed 
with this certificate hath been duly recorded in my office . Given under my hand 
this 19th day of September 1836. 

A.G.Hobson

WARREN COUNTY KENTUCKY DEEDS

Deed book 16, page 181-182

Kentucky State Archives microfilm #996451

This Indenture made this 15th day of August in the year of our Lord One 
Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Six between THOMAS FERGUSON and HANNAH his 
wife of Warren County and state of Kentucky of the one part and WILLIAM ALLEN of 
the same state and county of the other part. Witnesseth that the said THOMAS 
FERGUSON and HANNAH his wife for and in consideration of the sum of Three 
Thousand, Six Hundred Dollars to them in hand paid at and before the sealing and 
delivery of these presents the receipt whereof they doth hereby acknowledge hath 
given granted bargained and sold a certain tract or parcel of land it being a 
tract granted to JOHN WALLACE assignee of JOHN TAYLOR the patent bearing date 
2nd day of January 1813 and conveyed from said WALLACE to said FERGUSON. 
Containing Three hindred acresand is bounded as follows. Beginning on a hickory 
then S70 W193 poles to 3 post oaks then S20 E171poles to a red oak corner to 
WILLIAM F.TUCKER then E44 poles to a rock at the grave yard then N5 poles to a 
rock then E4 poles to a rock, then S5 poles to a rock in the original line then 
with the same E70 poles to a rock at the end of F.FORD's lane then N85 
E129 poles to a rock then N30 W110 poles to a rock, THOMAS FERGUSON,Jrs. corner 
then N35 E53 poles to a rock, WILLIAM FERGUSONS corner then N35 W108 poles to 
rock in the original lines then with the same S70 W35 poles to the beginning. 
With it's appurtenances unto the said WILLIAM ALLEN and his heirs with all 
and singular the rights and priviledges thereunto belonging or in anywise 
appertaining and the said THOMAS FERGUSON and HANNAH his wife doth further 
covenant and agree with the sais WILLIAM ALLEN that they will warrant and 
forever defend the aforesaid bargained land and premises from themselves their 
heirs and assigns and from all and every other person or persons whatsoever. In 
witness whereof the said THOMAS FERGUSON and HANNAH his wife hath hereunto set 
their hands and seals the day and year first written. 

Thomas (his mark) Ferguson (seal)

Hannah (her mark) Ferguson (seal)

In presence of

John Beckham
Wm.B.Brashear

State of Kentucky Warren County Sct. I Atwood G.Hobson deputy for Jonathan Hobson 
Clerk of the County Court do certify that this deed from THOMAS FERGUSON and 
HANNAH his wife to WILLIAM ALLEN was this day produced to me in my office and 
acknowledged by the said FERGUSON to be his act and deed and the said HANNAH being 
examined by me privily and apart from her said husband declared that she did freely 
and willingly seal and deliver said writing and wished not to retract it and 
acknowledged the said writing again shewn and explained to her to be her act and 
deed and consenteth that the same may be recorded whereupon said deed with this 
certificate hath been duly recorded in my office . Given under my hand this 19th 
day of September 1836. 

A.G.Hobson