Early Deeds from Marion County
Mar 10, 1828 - Everett Lee and Charlotte Lee his wife deed to John BARNES for $300 a piece of land N 1/2 sect. of fractional sect 19, T 1, R 17 W; that is to say to divide said fractional section by a line from the half mile post on the W to line, containing 320 acres. Bounded by John Applewhite, West by Jacob Pope; South by James Lee; and East by John Pope. Wit: Wm. Pope, J. P.
Aug 10, 1828 - Merry Bracey for $350 deed to Allen Barnes slaves Hammett 45, Joan his wife 40, Tempy 15, Cork 13, Isaac 11, Masadora 9, Mellicent 9, Washington 5, and infant child, Phillander 30, Lucretia 30, Joe 15 - all sound and healthy. Wit: James Atkinson and D. McLaughlin.
Dec 31, 1828 - Allen Barnes deed to Edward Lee for $3500 the Negro slaves named in deed preceding. Dated Dec. 30, 1828. Wit: Gilbert Stovall and James Atkinson. Allen Barnes acknowledged the deed.
Mar 12, 1828 -John Barnes and Lydia Barnes his wife deed to Jacob Pope for $300 - N half of fractional section 19, T 1, R 17 W that is to divide said fractional section by a line from half mile post on E boundry to half mile post on W boundry, 300 acres, bounded on N. by John Applewhite, W. by Jacob Pope, S. James Lee, and E. by Jacob Pope. Land was originally purchased from land office at St. Stephens, Alabama by Everett Lee and deeded to John Barnes. Wit: Wm. Barnes, J. P.
July 18, 1829 - David and Alice Ford deed to Everette Lee for $600 land on Pearl River in the district of lands offered for sale at St. Stephens, Ala., being the W 1/2 of the N. W. quarter of Section 36, T 2, R 18 W, containing 80 acres. Wit: Wm. Yarborough, Alice Ford relinquishes her dower.
July 18, 1829 -David and Alice Ford his wife deed to Everette Lee for $1200 tracts of land fractional section 35, T 2, R 18 W, of Basis Meridian, containing 319 acres, 1/2 beginning on Pearl River; another tract S. W. quarter of section 25, T2, R 18 W, 160 acres ( of the lands directed to be sold at St. Stephens, Alabama.)
Mar 29, 1830 - Everett Lee for love and affection to grandson Benjamin B. Barnes - Negro man called Elic. Wit: F. T. Collins and Wm. Atkinson.
Oct. 9, 1830 - Merry Bracey, Wm. Graham and Wm. Lott appointed commissioners by Wm. Spencer, Judge of Probate, to make division between James Atkinson and Allen Barnes of the one part and Edward Lee of the other part. In presence of C. D. Learned...
Jan 31, 1831 - Thomas Applewhite of the city of Yazoo and Rachel Applewhite his wife deed to Benjamin B. Barnes for $600 land on the E side of Pearl River being the south part of fraction section 26, T 2, R 18 W. Wit: Elisha Applewhite.
Rachel Applewhite relinquishes her dower before Jesse L. Brown of Yazoo.
Jun. 29, 1831 - Charlotte Lee deed to Benjamin B. Barnes for love and affection for grandson Benjamin B. Barnes - land south part of W half of NW quarter Sect 36, T 2, R 18 W. Wit: Wm. Norman and Sterling Powell.
Nov. 1833-Allen Barnes - crop and split in left and crop and underbite in right ear. Brand A.B.
Apr 6, 1835 -Wm. Barnes guardian of Isaac D. Newsom, sells to John Barnes, Jr., at public auction, land in Marion Co. - W 1/2 of the SE quarter section 23, T 5, R 18 W, and the W 1/2 of the NE quarter section 23, T 5, R 18 W. Wit: J. W. Pittman.
Apr 7, 1835 -John Barnes, Jr. and Nancy Barnes his wife sell to Wm. Barnes for $300 land in Marion Co. W 1/2 SE quarter section of section 23, T 5, R 18 W. and the W 1/2 NE quarter of section 23, T 5, R 18 W. Wit: J. W. Pittman.
Nancy Barnes states she voluntarily signed the deed to WM. Barnes.
Apr 30, 1835-Sampson Pope and Esther Pope, his wife, for $300 sell to Isham Pounds a tract of land - E half of NW quarter and the E half of the SW quarter of S 10, T 2, R 13 E, containing 160 acres. Wit: J. W. Pittman.
Oct 20, 1835 - Wm. McGowen and Hester McGowen, his wife, sell to Benjamin Pope for $2500 land on the East side of Pearl River, Section 23, T 4, R 19 W, 200 acres. Wit: J. W. Pittman.
Sep. 5, 1835 -Allen Barnes sells to Sampson Pope for $1400 land in Marion Co. - N half of fractional sectional 11 and the E part of section 2, T 3, R 13 E, 376 acres; also NE quarter of section 10, T 3, R 13 E. 160 acres. Wit: J. W. Pittman.
Mar 29, 1836 -Everett Lee deed to Benjamin B. Barnes for $200 tracts of land - N part of fractional section 35, T 2, R 18 W, 319 acres on banks of Pearl River; another tract SW 1/4 section 25, T 2, R 18 W, 160 acres; another tract N part of W 1/2 of NW quarter of section 36, T 2, R 18. Wit: F. T. Collens and Wm. Atkinson.
Nov. 15, 1836 - Henry Cook deed to Allen and Harris Barnes for $1000 land in Marion Co. - Lot #8, Section 34, T 4, R 13 E; Lot #1, Section 34, T 4, R 13 E; Lot #7 section 34, T 4, R 13 E., containing 80 acres. In presence of R. Willoughby, J. P.
Nov. 21, 1836 - Martin Lewis, Yeoman, in consideration of $3963.72, deed to Allen and Harris Barnes land in Marion Co. - section 35, T 4, R 13 E; section 26, T 4, R 13 E; Lot #3, section 27, T 4, R 13; Lot #2, section 27, T 4, R 13, containing 170 acres on W side of pearl River. Signed by M. and Nancy Lewis, in presence of R. Willoughby.
Jan 1, 1836-Edward Englehard and Johnson Silverberg to Lenoir and Barnes for $1500 - land in Columbia, Marion Co. Lot #6 on Main and Second Streets, NE corner of the Public Square, 120 sq. feet. Wit: Z. E. Pendleton and J. R. Chambers.
Jan 2, 1837 - Benjamin B. Barnes and Clarissa his wife deed to Jacob Pope for $1000 land - NE quarter of SW quarter, section 27, T 5, R 19; SE quarter of NW quarter section 27, T 5, R 19 W; West half of NW quarter, section 27, T 5, R 19, containing 79.94 acres. Before R. Willoughby, J. P.
Sept 25, 1838-Patent to Jacob Pope - James Monroe, President-NW quarter of S 20, T 1, R 17 W., 160 acres, dated Feb 21, 1821.
Sept 25, 1838-Patent to Jacob Pope - E fractional section 24, T 1, R 18 W, 341 acres and 50/100 acres, given at the city of Washington. Nov. 11, 1819, James Monroe, President.
Sept 25, 1838-Patent to Jacob Pope - E fractional section 23, T 1, R 18 W, 80 acres, Feb 23, 1821, James Monroe, President.