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                                                DEED RECORDS

Oldham County Kentucky Deed Book A 1824-1829

16 Aug. 1823: Joseph Oglesby and Ann his wife: Of Nelson County, sell to William Ragsdale of Shelby County for $318.50 a tract in Jefferson County on the waters of Floydsfork. (Corner William Shanks, corner John Gatright) Ann Oglesby relinquishes her right of dower.  Signed Joseph Oglesby Ann Oglesby   Wits. Stephen Beard & J. Hobbs Nelson County.

29 January 1824: Micajah Oglesby of Surry County North Carolina: Appoints son Micajah Oglesby my true and lawful attorney to sell and or all my lands in the state of Kentucky. Wits. B. Potter. Signed Micajah Oglesby

1824 (no day or month given) John Burton & Elizabeth his wife of Ralls Co Missouri: Sell to Jacob Oglesby of Jefferson Co., KY. The said John Burton and wife for $50 sold to Jacob Oglesby a parcel of land in Oldham in town of Floydsburg, known on map as No. 5 (beg. at stake in Henry road, to a stable). Sig. John Burton

18 October 1824: John Button & Fanny his wife of Oldham: Sell to Richard Oglesby, Richard Barbour, Thomas Elley, Smith Felps, Jack Pryor & Thomas T. Barbour, Trustees of the town of Lynchburg; whereas by an Act of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, approved Dec. 15, 1823, entitled " An Act to establish the county of Oldham", it was among other things provided that James McConnell, William Steels, Richard Fox, Andrew Muldrow & Willis Field, or any three of them all of the county of Woodford, be appointed Commissioners to ascertain and fix the most convenient and suitable place for the permanent seat of Justice of Oldham county, regarding territory and population, tat they should meet at the house of George Varbles on the third Monday in May next ensuing the passage of said act for the purpose, and after a majority of said commrs. should agree upon any place they should report to the county court of Oldham next after the said third Monday in May. And whereas James McConnel, Wm Steele, Richard Fox, and Willis Field, four of the above named commrs. met at the house of Geo. Varble did report to court held in Jany 1824, towit; We are of opinion that the site shown by Mr. John Button on his tract of land adj. George Varbles, taking into view both territory and population is the most elligible place for the permanent seat of Justice for said County. The proposition referred to in the foregoing report is in the words following: The undersigned John Button begs leave to state and propose to you that he will give up fifty acres of his tract of land adjoining Mr. George Varble's which he will point out to the commrs., should they think proper to examine and land as a place on which to fix the permanent seat of Justice for Oldham. He will also give up 2/3rds of the proceeds from the sale of the 50 acres to be expended towards the creation of the public buildings. The trustees appointed for the town of Lynchburg, the name fixed upon by said court as the permanent seat of Justice, who are hereby vested with full power and authority to lay off and ascertain the metes & bounds of the 50 acres. (Bounded by John Button & John Coons Snr. passing Meeting house corner, line bet. Kemper & John Button) containing exclusive of the meeting house lot 50 acres. Sig. John Button & Fanny Button

20 October 1824: James S. Crutchfield, Sheriff of Oldham: To Richard Oglesby, of the same county, whereas an execution called Fiere facias hath issued from the Clerk of Circuit Court of Hardin County in name of Jeremiah Pate agst. the estate of Thomas & Richard Barbour for sum of $629.59 with interest at 6% per annum from 15 Dec. 1820 till paid, and $1.82 costs, dated 18 May 1824, directed to the Sheriff of Oldham by virtue of which said execution the Sheriff levied the same on a certain lot of land in town of Brownsville, county of Oldham (bounded -stone to road corner to John Keynon, stone near Tanyard spring, corner to Mr. Clore's lot, lot of Ashbridge, road leading to Westport) cont. 5 acres as the property of sd Richard Barbour. This was sold on 26 day of August to Richard Oglesby for the sum of $6, that being the highest sum bid.

15 August 1825: Samuel Phillips of Jefferson County: To Micajah Oglesby of Oldham for $200 a tract on the south fork of harrods Creek (beg. corner to John Wigat, corner to Jacob Zaring) cont. 30 acres. Sig. Samuel Philips (X) his mark.

15 August 1825: Elizabeth Camper, Nelly Champer, Susan Champer, Catherine Camper, and Rebecca Barrickman, former Rebecca Champer of Oldham: Sell for $600 to Micajah Oglesby a tract on Harrods Creek. (Beg. corner to Jacob Zaring in Sam Phillips Line, Wigals line, corner to P. Boyer) containing 77 acres. The Campers and Mrs. Barrickman defend the land against all & every person or persons claiming the same by or under the heirs of Christian Champers, or any of them. Sig. Elizabeth (X) Champers, Elen Champer, Susan Champer, Catherine Camper, Rebeckah Barrickman. Wits. Jon T. Berry, Sam Phillips.

15 August 1825: Micajah Oglesby of Oldham: To Elizabeth Champer, Nelly Champer, Susan Champer and Catherine Champer of the same county. The said Micajah Oglesby for $1 paid, hath sold a tract in Oldham on Harrods Creek. (Beg. corner of Jacob Zaring in Samuel Phillips line, Wigals line, corner to P Boyer) 77 acres, subject to the following promises & conditions to wit: whereas sd Micajah Oglesby has this day purchased from Elizabeth, Nelly, Susan & Catherine Champers in conjunction with Rebecca Barrickman, a deed of conveyance for the above described land at the price of $600, $400 of which has this day been paid and the balance due the 15 August 1828. Now then full payment has been made, this mortgage to be void. Wits. Jon T Berry    Sig. Micajah Oglesby.

1 October 1825: William Boulware and Charity his wife of Oldham: To Oliver T Head of same county for $165.62 1/2 all the right, title, interest and claim they have to a lot or parcel of land in the town of Floydsburg. (Beg. at a stone in the rear of front lots on the south side of Main street, including the spring to a stone in the line of widow M. Boulware) 11/2 acres Wits. Jon T Berry      Signed: William Boulware, Charity Boulware

27 October 1825: Micajah Oglesby , Sr. of Surry Co., North Carolina: To Joseph Vincent of Oldham for $600 sell a tract of 150 acres on Floydsfork, being part of a tract of 14,194 and  1/4 acres granted by state of Virginia to Edmund Powell the 2nd day of December 1785. (Beg. corner of sd Powell & Wm Taylor's 1,000 acre tract) Sig. Micajah Oglesby, Snr. by Micajah Oglesby Jnr. Attorney in fact.

15 February 1825: Division of William Oglesby, dec.: By an order of Oldham county court, we did proceed to allot and lay off to the heirs of Wm Oglesby. Ellis Oglesby and Jesse Oglesby, Exors. Joseph Roney, Thos McEaken, James Roney, Commrs. The land consists of 526 acres on Floydsfork 230 acres to Nancy & Eliza Oglesby, no number: Lot No 1 contains 66 acres to Edy Ashby's heirs, Lot No 2 contains 82 acres to Betsy Ellis, Lot No 3 contains 82 acres to Patsy Carter, Lot No 4 contains 66 acres allotted to Lucy Wilcox. (Beg. Fielding Ashbys line, Eakens Patent) Note: There is a platt of the land with this deed and gives the outlines of each lot.

14 November 1825: Lucy Wilcox of Sangamon County, Illinois: To Joseph Smiser of Oldham for $181.50 a tract on Floydsfork, cont. 66 acres, (Beg. corner of Joseph Carters survey of 82 acres in line of Nancy & Elijah Oglesby, line of Wm Oglesby, dec., corner to Henry Smiser) Wits. Joseph Carter, Ellis Oglesby. Sig. Lucy (X) Wilcox (note: book has "Nancy & Elijah Oglesby", but believe should read Nancy & Eliza Oglesby because of land div. going to Nancy and Eliza)

15 February 1826: Micajah Oglesby, Senr. of Surry Co N C: Appoints Micajah Oglesby, Junr. his true and lawful attorney to sell the interest which he has to tract of land in Oldham. Wits. B Pollen, J P Jurat. Signed, Micajah Oglesby.

14 April 1826: Micajah Oglesby, Senr. of Surry Co NC: For the love and affection he has for his son, Thomas Oglesby and for $10 sells Thomas a tract in Oldham on Floydsfork, 220, being part of a 14,194 1/4 acre tract granted to Edmund Powell on 2 Dec. 1785, which is bounded, (Beg. line of Thomas Long, corner to Vincent) Signed, Micajah Oglesby Senr. by Micijah Oglesby, Jr. his atty in fact

14 November 1825: Eliza Oglesby: Died interstate: Whereas Eliza died possessed of an interest in a tract of land of 230 acres devised to her by her father , Wm Oglesby decd., and where said Wm resided, and whereas Lucy Wilcox, late Lucy Oglesby, one of the heirs of said Wm Oglesby, did this day relinquish all claim as one of the heirs of William in the said land of Eliza Oglesby, decd, sells claim to Nancy Oglesby for $50. Wits. Joseph Carter, Ellis Oglesby, Joseph Smizer    Signed Lucy (X) Wilcox

10 June 1826: Jacob Oglesby and Isabel of Oldham Co: To Elijah Yager of the saem for $28, all their interest in a lot in the town of Floydsburg, 1/4 acres on south side of Main Street. (Beg. south edge of the Henry road) The lot is free from all right and title of dower or other encumbrance whatever.  Isabel relinquished dower.  Signed: Jacob Oglesby, Isabel Oglesby

8 December 1825: Richard Oglesby and Judea his wife of Oldham Co: To A. C. Glore of same, for $25 a lot in village of Brownsville, on North side of road from Pinnells tavern towards New Castle. (Beg. at a stone in road in line of Ashbridge)     /4th of an acre. Judea relinquished dower. Sig. Richard Oglesby, Judea Oglesby

10 June 1826: Benjamin K. Williams and Elizabeth his wife of Oldham: To Willis Oglesby of same for $17.50 a lot in Brownsville, on west side of road leading from Louisville to New Castle. (Beg. at a stone opposite the Carding Machine on Densfords and Pinnella Line) 1/4 acre. Elizabeth relinquished dower. Sig. B K Williams, Elizabeth Williams

12 May 1826 Richard Oglesby and Judea His wife: Of Oldham, town of Brownsville, To John Brinley of same for $75 a lot in Brownsville on west side of road from town to New Castle. (Beg. corner to Capt. Henry Porter in said road, R. Oglesby line, corner said Oglesby and A C Glore) !/2 acre. Sig. Richard Oglesby Judea Oglesby. Wits. Jacob Oglesby Julius Utley, Abraham Clore, Judea rel. dower.

10 June 1826: Richard Oglesby and Judith his wife of Oldham: To Jacob Oglesby of same for $35 a lot in Brownsville. (Beg. McKeever's line, Smith's line, Col. J. Oglesby's corner) 1 acre, Judith rel. dower, Sig. Richard Oglesby, Judea Oglesby.

7 June 1826 Richard Oglesby and Judea his wife: To Andrew Crow for $100 paid by Henry Snyder, who have sold the tract to said Crow, a tract on Floydsfork, (Beg. line of Jas Taylor, John Speers line) Judea relinquished dower. Signed Richard Oglesby, Judea Oglesby

8 Dec 1825 Richard Oglesby and Judea his wife: To Henry Porter for $35 a lot in Brownsville on north side of road from Pinnells tavern to New Castle. (Beg. corner to A. C. Glore corner to John Brinley) upwards of 1/4th acre. Judea relinquished right of dower. Sig. Richard Oglesby Judea Oglesby

10 June 1826: Allen C Glore and Sarah his wife of Oldham: to Jacob Oglesby same for $ 100 a lot in Brownsville, on west side of road leading from Louisville to New Castle. (Beg. McNemers line) Sig. Allen C Glore, Sarah Glore

7 June 1826: Richard Oglesby and Judea his wife, Jacob Oglesby and Isabel his wife: To John Speer for $150 a tract in Oldham. (Beg. line of James Taylor's survey, line of B. B. Buckner, corner to Crow) 25 acres. Signed Richard Oglesby Judea Oglesby Jacob Oglesby Isabel Oglesby. Judea and Isabel both relinquished dower

8 June 1826 Richard Oglesby and Judea his wife, Jacob Oglesby and Isabel his wife: To Andrew Crow for $100 paid by Henry Snyder, a tract of land in Oldham (Beg. B B Buckner's line, corner bet. Crow and Jos. Hannah, line of Jas Taylor's 2,000 acre survey, beech marked F. T. 83 & W. T) 25 acres, Judea and Isabel relinquished dower. Sig. Richard Oglesby Judea Oglesby Jacob Oglesby Isabel Oglesby

12 June 1826: William Taylor and William Stowers: To James Oglesby, a man of color for $350 paid by sd james Oglesby a tract on the west side of Floydsfork, 75 acres adj land of Cornelius Wellman and Ellis Oglesby. Wits. Ellis Oglesby, Joseph Carter. Signed William Taylor, William Stowers

12 May 1827: Josiah H Wheeler & Malvina his wife: To Jacob Oglesby for $150 a lot in Brownsboro. Beg at a stone at upper end of the Carding Machine in line of Benj. R. Williams, line of Josiah Wheeler's formerly G. Pennells, stake in Benjamin R. (K?) Williams line. Signed Josiah H Wheeler, Malvinia A Wheeler.

19 December 1828: Josiah H Wheeler and Malvina his wife: To Richard Oglesby for $150 a lot in Brownsboro, be. at the stone in front of Dr Bryans shop, 1/4the acre, Lot #3. Signed Josiah H Wheeler, Malvina A Wheeler.

19 December 1828: Josiah H Wheeler and Malvina his wife: To Richard Oglesby for $650, a tract in Brownsboro, cont. 3/4ths acre. Beg. near the NE corner of the brick storehouse owned by the heirs of Josiah Ashbridge, stone in Sherleys line. Signed Josiah H Wheeler, Malvina A Wheeler.