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[Warranty Deed from C. F. Bonnell to W. H. Bonnell]

Description: Deed from C. F. Bonnell to W. H. Bonnell acknowledging W. H.'s payment of $1 in exchange for land from C. F. Bonnell, the widow of John A. Bonnell; W. H. Bonnell is her only son and heir. The deed states that the land being purchased is situated on Verde Creek in Kerr County; the rest of the paragraph details the land, its borders, and size. Finally, the deed includes statements acknowledging that C. F. Bonnell did appear to the clerk to perform this action.
Date: May 8, 1912
Creator: Moore, A. H.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Warranty Deed from George and Virginia Leigh to Edward Leigh, July 23, 1887]

Description: Warranty deed from George and Virginia Leigh to Edward B. Leigh for the purchase of a parcel of land in Kerr County, Texas. The deed specifies that Edward is paying $1,000 for the track "or parcel of land known as survey No. 1429" situated along Sunflower Creek, a tributary of the Guadalupe River.
Date: July 23, 1887
Creator: McFarland, A.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Warranty Deed from Charles F. de Ganahl and Florence J. Ganahl to Edward B. Leigh]

Description: Deed from Charles F. de Ganahl and Florence J. Ganahl to Edward B. Leigh acknowledging the sale of "the tract or parcel of land and improvements thereon situated in the county of Kerrl...described as follows..." Leigh paid $4,500 for the land "known as survey No. 38 in section No. 2," and the rest of the paragraph details the location, and borders of the given piece of land. The last sentence of the deed states: "The total amount of land intended by this conveyance to be conveyed, is five hundred and forty acres, more or less."
Date: November 2, 1897
Creator: Hamilton, J. M.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Warranty Deed from Virginia Leigh to Edward B. Leigh]

Description: Warranty deed from Virginia Leigh to Edward B. Leigh acknowledging the sale of land for $1 paid by Edward to Virginia. According to the deed Virginia has released her rights to the land purchased by Edward and that he obtained "an undivided one half interest in and to that certain three hundred and twenty acre tract known as Survey No. 1430."
Date: April 4, 1919
Creator: Leavell, John R.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Warranty Deed Prepared for George and Virginia Leigh to D. P. Slottery, July 24, 1883]

Description: Warranty deed prepared between George and Virginia Leigh and D. P. Slottery acknowledging the sale of land for one thousand dollars. The deed is signed at the bottom by the notary public, William D. Drown, vouching for the fact that all parties were in attendance.
Date: July 24, 1883
Creator: Drown, William D.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Warranty Deed from Jimmie W. de Ganahl to Charles F. de Ganahl, October 3, 1894]

Description: Warranty deed from Jimmie W. de Ganahl to Charles F. de Ganahl acknowledging the sale of "that tract or parcel of land...known as Survey No. 38" to Charles in exchange for "ten dollars and other considerations." The deed specifies that Charles has rights to the land, however, there is already an agreement to allow the railroad the right of way on parts of the land; also being given to Charles is all of Jimmie's farm and truck equipment as well as his household and kitchen furniture.
Date: October 3, 1894
Creator: McFarland, A.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Warranty Deed from Charles F. and Florence J. de Ganahl to Edward B. Leigh]

Description: Deed from Charles F. and Florence J. de Ganahl to Edward B. Leigh confirming the deed made the prior day on October 19, 1897; Leigh purchase the land known as "survey No. 38 in section No. 2" for the amount of ten dollars. The second half of the deed, prepared by the U. S. Consul from Tampico, Mexico, acknowledges that Florence J. de Ganahl "acknowledged such instrument to me to be her act and deed, and she declared that she had willingly signed..." Also included is the envelope in which this document was mailed in; it has text that describes the deed inside.
Date: November 2, 1897
Creator: Hamilton, J. M.
Partner: Butt-Holdsworth Memorial Library

[Special Warranty Deed, African Methodist Episcopal Church Connection of the United States of American at Abilene, Texas to Ballinger & Abilene Railway Company]

Description: Document certifying the transfer of the property, Lot 4 of Block 96 in Abilene, Texas, from African Methodist Episcopal Church Connection of the United States of American at Abilene, Texas to Ballinger & Abilene Railway Company. This deed was signed and filed in Taylor County, Texas.
Date: December 22, 1908
Creator: Jordan, B. F.; Henry, Ed; Brown, W. B. & Duncan, Jordan
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Warranty Deed from Zebulon Jenkins and his Wife to J. E. M. Yates]

Description: Warranty deed from Zebulon Jenkins and his wife, to J. E. M. Yates for "all our undivided one half interest in a to the following described lot, tract or parcel of land" in Grapevine, Texas. According to the description, the purchase is a piece of land in a three acre lot had been "conveyed to E. R. Boardman by E. N. Hudgins and wife," and is the same lot "conveyed by E. R. Boardman and wife G. E. Bushong, J. L. Morehead, Z. T. Wall, J. E. M. Yates and Zeb Jenkins." The statement on the back of the document states that both members of the selling party appeared before the notary public on their on behalf.
Date: November 23, 1916
Creator: Logan, W. H.
Partner: City of Grapevine

[Warranty Deed, March 14, 1903]

Description: Warranty Deed from O. R. Tanner and Dillie L. Tanner, of Hagerman, Chaves County New Mexico, to Mrs Eva Bryan, dated March 14, 1903. The sale of the land in Hagerman was for $530.00. The property is describe in the document.
Date: March 14, 1903
Creator: Hayler, F. P.
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections