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[Release of Vendor's Lien from J. M. Witt to Jay McCoy]

Description: Release of vendor's lien from J. M. Witt to Jay McCoy acknowledging the satisfactory payment of four promissory notes, each worth $500. J. R. Herndon conveyed to Jay McCoy "a certain lot or parcel of land, situated in, and being in, the L. A. Wyatt Addition to the town of Center Point...Lots Nos. 8 & 11."
Date: June 9, 1924
Creator: Leavell, John R.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Two Documents Relating to Land Tracts and Sales]

Description: Two documents related to separate tracts of land, one is a drawing of a piece of land belonging to George Bigford and the other is a promissory note from George L. Leigh to Joseph Heimen. On the back of the map there is a note describing the location and borders of the land belonging to Bigford. The promissory note states that George promises "to pay to the order of Joseph Heimen, Six Hundred Dollars at Comfort, Texas with 9% interest...from date until paid." This note "is given for the part purchase money for 320 acres of land situated in Kerr County."
Date: October 13, 1890
Creator: Leigh, George L.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Release of Vendor's Lien from Allie H. Bonnell to E. B. Davis]

Description: Release of vendor's lien from Allie H. Bonnell to E. B. Davis from which the original lien conveyed to him real estate in Kerr County in the "L. A. Wyatt addition to the town of Center Point, Kerr County, Texas, and known as lots Nos. 9 and 11." The original vendor's lien was to secure the payment of $3,500 and E. B. Davis executed three promissory notes to be paid on January 1st of 1932, 1933, 1934; the end of the document states that he has fulfilled and paid the notes and Bonnell acknowledges that the her hold on the land and lien has extinguished.
Date: June 11, 1935
Creator: Leavell, John R.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Promissory Note and Mortgage from W. H. Bonnell to Charles Schreiner]

Description: Promissory note from W. H. Bonnell to Charles Schreiner worth $1,047 "in United States Gold Coin of the present standard weight and fineness" with a ten percent interest rate until paid. Also included is a certified copy of the chattel mortgage agreement between the two men in which it states that Bonnell will put up his property as collateral until the debt to Schreiner has been fully paid off.
Date: March 24, 1911
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Promissory Note from W. H. Bonnell to Charles Schreiner Bank]

Description: Promissory note from W. H. Bonnell to Charles Schreiner Bank in the amount of $3,350 in "United States Gold Coin" with a nine percent interest rate until the note was paid off; on top of this there would be a ten percent fee "additional on principal and interest if placed in the hands of an Attorney for collection." There is a pink stamp printed on the center of the note acknowledging the fact that the note had been paid off on July 17, 1922.
Date: December 16, 1918
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library