The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, February 4, 1938 Page: 3 of 6
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THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1938
Filed For Record
Assignment oi Oil & Gas Lease—
J. S. Lewis to C. V. Campbell, 70.1
acres of the John Walker League.
Warranty Deed—Jim Bailey et al
to Ray Heath, 4'/j acres of the Wil-
liam Johnson Survey in Summerfield.
Release of Minerals—James I.
Perkins to F. A. Fuller, All rights
and interests with the exception of
% royalty interest or 1-32 cf all oil,
gas stnd casinghead gas gasoline pro-
duced from wells situated on 160 ac-
res out of the B. C. Lewis Survey.
Notice to the Public—Leonard El-
am to the Public—Notice iB hereby
given that Leonard Elem owns 54
leases covering property North &
Northeast of Ironton.
Release of Oil & Gas Lease—I. N.
Wright to Mrs. Bessie Shelton, 80
acres and 20 acres of Beverly Poole
League, Lot 7 Block 1 & Lot 6, Blk.
1, Dialville. Also 2 acres connectir.'
above 80 acre tract, & Lots 10 & 11
pf Block 13, , South Side Heights
Add'n to Jacksonville.
Royalty Deed—Robert Williams to
John D. Park?, 6 royalty acres inter-
est in a 115 acre tract on the E. B.
Timber Deed — Cherokee Develop-
ment Company to J. Blount, 213.33
acres on R. N. Odom and A. J. Ack-
er Survey; 276.66 acres on W. T.
Patterson, M. Hunt, and M. Acker
Surveys; 160 acres on W. T. Patter-
eon Survey; 187 acres on Robert Wal-
ters Survey; 185 acres on J. M. Mil-
ler Survey; 611 ac,res on I. & G. N.
R. R. Co. Sy; 41 acres on Washington
Oakley Survey; 320 acres on Wash-
ington Oakley Survey; 163 acres on
G K. Bowers & M. Acker Sys.; 147^
acres on Thos. C. Stinson Sy.; 161.2
acres on I. & G. N. R. R. Co. and A
>M. Halbert Surveys
Deed: (Timber)—J. Blount to
James I. Perkins (Same as shown in
Ceed—Heirs | of TobeMcGlover,
decffj to Lottie D. Young, 213.3 vrs x
172 vrs. in the John Vaugn Survey.
Oil Lease—John W. Waggoner, et
ux to D. S. Thorson, 25 acres, part
of 150 acres on George Hill Survey.
Oil Lease—Mary G. Campbell to
The Texas Company, undivided int. in
110 acres on Samuel A. Cook Survey;
100 acres on Wm. M. Spencer Sur-
vey; 9 acres on D. M. Cook Survey;
and 4 acres on D. M. Cook Survey.
Deed—J. D. Ritch et ux to J. A.
Toole, 53.27 acres of the Wesley
Deed—Eleanor Sander et al to J.
A. Toole, 53.27 acres of the Wesley
Receiver's Deed—C. D. Acker, Re-
ceiver for Lucille Garrison, et al to
Jim Reynolds, 35 ncres of the James
Ford League and the N 1-2 cf Lots
Nos. 3 and 4 in Block No. 75 in Jack-
sonville, according to Earle's 1914
Deed—L. Gough et ux to W. R.
Carr—35.3 acres of the BaiT &Dav-
Deed—D. S. Claiborne et al to Fred
II. George, 75 acres c-f the David
Strahan (Stratham) Survey. Grant-
ors reserve all mineral rights from 1
S half of above.
Oil & Gas Lease—Ira Bates, et al
to George Williamson, Jr. 83 acres of !
the Jose Pineda W 4 Leagues
Oil & Gas Lease—D. L. Ragsdale ;
et ux to George Williamson, Jr. 26 j
acres Jose Pineda W 4 League Grant (
Gladys Williams to E. W. Barr, 25 i
Assignment of Oil & Gas Lease— \
acre of the E. half of 105 acres on the j
Jose Pineda W 4 League Grant
Assignment of Oil & Gas Lease—
Shell Petroleum Corporation to J. G.
I'. Baugh Survey.
King et ux, 92.40 acres of the James
Deed—Leo .W. Tosh to Ralph Ben-
ton. P lot in Rusk, out of the John
Deed—Mrs. Laura Guinn to Frank
L. Main, A lot 100x150 feet in Rusk,
out of the J. Hundley Survey.
Deed—Ruby Lelsie Myers et ux to>
•Rcy W. Smith et ux, 41.8 acres on
the J. M. Draper Survey
Oil & Gas Lease—Mason Walker
et al to John A Pace, about 30 acres
of the Thos. Timmons Survey & 1
acre in the Uriah Moore Survey.
Oil & Gas Lease—Louis Hooker et
al to J. S. Lewis, 48 acres of the John
Deed—J. A Thompson et al to H.
O. Darby et ux, about 17 acres of the
R. R Jowell Survey & 25 acres of
the Waller Pool Survey.
Deed—E. C. Henderson to Louie
Larson, 79 acres and 118 acres of the
Geo Fossett Survey.
Deed—Sid J. Harris et al to Mrs.
Emma Harris, 60 acres of the S.
Mineral Deed—S. H. Ellis et ux to-
Lowry Hopson, et al, undivided 'A
interest in 135.4 acres of the U.
Moore Survey. (Conveying undivided
% mineral interest in above).
Deed—M. R. Saulters ef ux to J.
A. Hammons, 25.3 acres of the Wil-
liam McClain Survey (All iron ore
and 1-2 of the oil and gas reserved
by W H. Shock).
Deed—Mart Miller et ux to Clar-
ence Lanier, 66 acres of the James
Dill or Helena Kimble Grant.
Deed—John H. Bolton to Miss Loie
[Davis, W half of Lot No. 5 in Blk.
jNo. 212 in Jacksonville.
Royalty Deed—Colored Myrtle
'Springs Baptist Church t0 S. A.
Cochran, undivided 1-2 interest in
minerals from 1-2 acre in the J. C.
Oil & Gas Lease—Colored Myrtle
Springs Baptist Church to S. A.
Cochran, 1-2 acre in the J. C. Hill
Deed—Guaranty Building & Loan
Co. to J. D. Barksdale, Lot 3 in Blk.
103 in Jacksonville.
Oil & Gas Lease—D. W. Walker et
al to J. R. Bunn, 12acres out of
260 acres of the Wade H. Walters
Deed—H. H. Smith et ux to Tom
Tenni8on, 5 1-6 acres -of the Isaac
Assignment of Oil & Gas Lease—
J. S. Lewis to Chas. V. Campbell, 48
acres of the John Walker League.
Oil & Gas Lease—Jim Hinton et
al to J. S. Lewis, 64.4 acres of the
Uriah Moore League.
Assignment of Oil & Gas Lease—J.
S. Lewis to George Rather Jones &
Robert M. Perry, 64.4 acres of the
Uriah Moore Survey.
Oil & Gas Lease—J. S. Lewis tc-
George Rather Jones & iRobt. M.
Perry, 64.4 acres of the Uriah Moore
Deed of Gift—Mack Duty to Mrs.
Verna Duty Dalby, et al, all of Mack
Duty's interest as an heir to Estate
of W. R. Tennison, Deceased.
Deed—P. S. Colley to H. D. Clif-
ton, 27 acre of the Upper Brooks
Deed—Cecil (R C.) Roark et ux to
H. L. Lambeth, 20.8 acres, a part of
the J. Thomas Survey.
Dee-'—Z. Gossett, Banking Com-
missioner of Texas & as Statutory
receiver for First State Bank of
Jacksonville, in Liquidation to Mrs.
Eugenia MeCarty, undivided 1-2 in-
terest n Lot No. 12 in Block No.
191 in Jacksonville.
Deed—Callie Reid et al to M. H.
Howard et ux 4 acres of the John
John Durst Grant in Alto.
Guardian's Deed—Mrs. Callie Reid,
Gdn. Estate of Grace Reid, Minor tc-
M. H. Howard, 4 acres of the John
Durst Grant in Alto.
Deed—M. H. Howard et ux to Josh
Covington et ux, 4 acres of the John
Durst Grant in Alto
Deed—Josh D. Covington et ux to
Mrs. Zona Howard, 5 acres of the
Deed—iR. N. Atkins et ux to T. M.
Atkins et ux 80 acres of the Peter
Moore Survey No. 65
Deed—W. L. Warren et ux to J.
R. Taylor, 25 acres of the J. M. Do-
Oil & Gas Lease-—A R. Odom et
ux to The Texas Company 141 acres
of the John Johnson Survey, 54 acres
George King Survey, 174'/2 acres
Jesse Harris Survey, & 110.7 acres of
the John Ruckman Survey.
Deed—W. F. Smith et ux to B. L.
Smith, app.-oximately 98J< acres of
the Maxfield Survey. (kjthe minerals
Mineral Deed—C. J, Dial et ux to
Morris Acker, undivided Yi interest
in minerals from 60.6 acres of the
John Smithers Survey & 5 acres of
the Car] Frank Survey.
• Special Warranty Deed—Claude
Lowe et ux to V. M. Holmes 108!4
acres of the S. F. Noble Survey.
Mineral Deed—T. H. Ob. nchain to
D. H. Houseman 3-28 interest in the
minerals from 80 acres of the G. W.
Warranty Desd—A House et ux to
Bruce McKnight 17.38 acres and 1-3
of an acre, both in the Wm. ]yieClain
Mineral Deed—P. I. Bowling et ux
to J. R. Bunn, an undivided Yi inter-
est in all minerals in & under the
following land: being an undivided
y2 interest in 100 acres of the Wade
H. Walters League
Warranty Deed—Winnie Foreman
to Paxton Foreman, undivided inter-
est in 105 acres of the W. Meredith
Wai'iunty Deed—Mrs. Winnie Fore-
man to Teague Foreman, undivided
interest in 160 acres R. K. Gentry
OiP & Gas Lease—R. A. Simpson et
al to C. D. Acker, 80.6 acres of the
Jose Pineda West 4 League Grant.
Royalty Deed—Cordelia Williams
et al to A. L. Meredith, an undivided
12 acre interest in the minerals from
113 acres of the E. B. Noble Survey.
Deed—F. A. Fuller to Berry Mar-
tin, 5 acres of the Jose Pineda West
4 League Grant
Deed—Berry Martin et ux tc A.
N. Ragsdale, 5 acres of the Jose Pin-
eda West 4 League Grant.
Deed—T. W. & E B. Ragsdale to
R B. Johnson, 5 acres of the Jose
Pineda W 4 League Grant (undivided
Y* of all minerals reserved
Deed—Lum Gray to Willie Ber-
den, 20 acres of the T J. Rusk Sur-
Royalty Deed—J. B. McKnight et
al to George J. Greer, an undivided
Yi interest in the minerals from an
undivided l-8th interest in 430 acres
of th Jose Pineda West 4 League
Grant & 80 acres of the Isaac Rey-
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Main, Frank L. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, February 4, 1938, newspaper, February 4, 1938; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth325671/m1/3/: accessed August 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.