Dallas County, Alabama Deeds
Mortgage from Clem Rand to Shields Ramsey & Smith
SOURCE: Deed Record, Dallas County, Alabama Probate Court, Vol. Y, 1867-1868, p. 403. (FHL#1532915)
Transcribed and contributed by Karim Aldridge Rand
A Mortgage from Clem Rand to Shields Ramsey & Smith was filed for record in this office on the 17th day of April A.D. 1868. In words & figures following "To wit."
Liberty Hill Dallas County Alabama April 13, 1868. Six months after date, I promise to pay to the order of Shield Ramsey & Smith, the sum of two hundred dollars value received, hereby waiving all stay laws and statutory exemptions whatsoever. The above amount being for provisions furnished me, by the said Shields Ramsey & Smith, to enable me to make a crop, for the present year, and without which I would not be able to make a crop. This note is given and intended as a lien on my crop, for the present year, and I hereby demand that it be recorded as the statue requires to effect the object intended, and I hereby obligate myself to deliver to the said Shields Ramsey & Smith, at such place or places as they designate my entire crop of this present year, consisting of cotton corn and fodder or any other produce which I may raise during the present year, given under my hand and seal this day and date above written.
Signed in the presence of` Clem x Rand
B.C. Adams J.G. Wilson mark
M. S. Rev Stamps
Affixed fifty cents Recorded 23rd April 1868
J.F. Cousley Judge
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