Perry County, Alabama Deeds

Samuel K. Wyler to the heirs of William Wyler
Book B page 106, 5 Jan 1831

By Cathy Morgan, icmorgan@worldnet.att.net


State of Alabama )
Perry County )

Know all men by these presents that I Samuel K. Wyler on this day grant and bestow the right title and claim of Two negroes slaves named Arter and Hainey unto Susannah Walker, Jennet Walker, Mary Hamilton and Sarah Morrow the bodily heirs of William Wyler provided that the said William Wyler is to hold in his possession said negroes slaves and receive the benefit and labor of said slaves during his natural life and from and after the death of said William Wyler the said property is to descend to the said Susannah Walker, Jennet Walker, Mary Hamilton, Sarah Morrow and their heirs forever provided that is any of the above mentioned Susannah Walker, Jennet Walker, Mary Hamilton or Sarah Morrow dying without a bodily heir privant to the death of said William Wyler their part of said property is to descend to the survivors and their heirs. I Samuel K. Wyler do this day deposeth all right title and claim of the above mentioned property to the within named. In Witness where I set my hand and seal this 5th day of January 1831. Test Robt G. Reid, Joseph Rush

Saml K. Wyler

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The State of Alabama, Perry County

Personally appeared before me David McCullough Clerk of the County court of Perry County in the State aforesaid Robert G. Reid one of the subscribing witnesses to the within deed of Gift and after being duly sworn deposeth and sayith that he saw the above named Saml K. Wyler sign seal and deliver the above deed of Gift to the said Susannah Walker, Jennet Walker, Mary Hamilton & Sarah Morrow and that he this deponent signed his name as a witness thereto in the presence of the said Samuel K. Wyler and that he also saw Joseph Rush the other subscribing witness sign the same in the presence of the said Saml K. Wyler and in the presence of each other on the day and year within mentioned. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 18th day of March 1831.

Robert G. Reid.

Recorded April 4th 1831.


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