Some deed transcriptions concerning George Ha(y)worth from Hamilton County, Indiana.
I have listed these deeds below by DATE.
Book F, page 535.
This Indenture made the fourth day of February in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and thirty seven between John Bailey and Elizabeth Bailey his wife of the County of Hamilton and State of Indiana of the first part and George Hayworth of the County of Hamilton and State of Indiana of the second part witnessth: That the said party for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred dollars to them in hand paid by the said party of the second party the receipt of is here by acknowledged by the said party of the first part hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents do grant bargain sell and sell unto the said party of the second part his heirs and assigns forever XXXX of XXXXX lot of Land situated in the County of Hamilton and State of Indiana designated as the East half of the north West quarter of section numbered ten in Township number nineteen North of Range four East containing eighty acres To have and to hold the above described lot of land here by sold and conveyed unto the said party of the second part his heirs and assigns together with all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any way appertaining to his own proper use and beXXX And the said party of the first part for themselves and for their heirs executors and administrators the aforesaid lot of Land and appurtenances to the party of the (firs = marked through) second part his heirs executors administrators and assigns Against the claim or claims of all and every XXXXX Whatsoever Will warrant and forever defend In testimony whereof the said John Bailey and Elizabeth Bailey his wife (who here by relinquishes her right of dower to the said premises) have here unto set their hand and affixed their seals the day and year first above written
Signed sealed and delivered in presents of} John Bailey (seal)
Ellis Evans Elizabeth Bailey (seal)
Jesse Mendenhall & Rees Hayworth
State of Indiana Hamilton County.. ss
Before me the undersigned a Justice of Peace of the County aforesaid this day ^XXXX
John Bailey and Elizabeth Bailey ^his wife (of == marked through) and acknowledged the above indenture to be their act and deed for the purposes therein mentioned And the said Elizabeth Bailey wife of said John Bailey Being by me examined separate and apart from her husband declared that she voluntarily and of her own free will and accord and without any coercion from her husband and signed sealed and delivered the said Indenture for the purposes aforesaid Given under my hand and seal this 4th day of February AD 1837 Examined Ellis Evans J P (seal)
Reced for record Jan 31st 1839 J. D. Stephenson Rec
The above Jesse Mendenhall was George Hayworth’s son in law and Rees Hayworth was George’s brother.
Book I, page 572.
This Indenture made this thirteenth day of December the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and forty four Between George Hayworth and Jane Hayworth his wife of the County of Hamilton and State of Indiana of the one part and James Haworth of the County of Marion and State of Indiana of the second part. Witnesseth that the said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of Four Hundred Dollars lawful money of the united States to the said party of the first part by the party of the second part in hand paid the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained and Sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and Sell unto the said party of the second part all the following described piece parcel or lot of land To wit The North half of the North West quarter of Section No Ten (10) in Township No Nineteen (19) north of Range No four East. Containing Eighty (here I assume that the clerk omitted the word ACRES) of Land Subject to Sale at Indianapolis Indiana with Exceptions of Sixty Rods out of the above mentioned Eighty-Acres Commencing at the North West Corner of Said Section and running thence (12) twelve Rods East and thence (5) five rods South and thence (12) twelve rods west and thence (5) five Rods North of (here I assume the clerk meant TO) the place of begining
To have And to hold the above described premises with all the appurtenances to the same belonging to the said party of the Second part and his heirs and assigns forever and the said party of the first part for themselves and their heirs do hereby Covenant with the Said party of the second part and their heirs that they are lawfully seized of the premises aforesaid that the premises are free and clear from all in cumbrances Whatsoever and that they will forever warrant and defend the Same with the appurtenances unto the sais James Haworth his heirs and assigns against the lawful Claims of all persons whomsoever In witness where of the said George Haworth and Jane Haworth his wife who hereby relinquishes her right of dower to the above described premises has hereunto Set their hands and seals the day and year above written Signed sealed and delivered
George Haworth (seal)
In Presents of her
John Haworth Jane X Haworth (seal)
Alfred Redmon mark
State of Indiana }
Hamilton County } SS. Personally appears before me Alfred Redmon One of the Justices of the peace of said County George Hayworth and acknowledged the foregoing instrument of writing to be his own voluntary act and Deed for the purposes therein mentioned Also Jane Haworth the wife of the said George Hayworth who being by me examined privately Separate and apart from and without the hearing of her Said husband and the full Contents and purport of the above Deed being by me made Known to her She acknowledged that she executed the Same without any Coercion or Compulsion from her said husband all of which I hereby Certify
Given under my hand and seal this 30th day of December AD 1844
Alfred Redmon J P (seal)
Recorded May 17th 1845 A. B. Cole Rec
It appears that the copy clerk could not decide how to spell Ha(y)worth.
Book I, page 520
This Indenture made this 30th day of December AD 1844 Whereas the inhabitants of School district two in Congressional Township number nineteen North of Range number four East are in want of a piece of land on which to erect a school house, now therefore know ye that I George Hayworth in consideration of the premises. For myself my heirs forever have given and granted and do hereby give and grant unto all persons while Inhabitants of such district the following parcel of land known and described as follows XXXX commencing at the North West Corner of Section number ten (10) in Township number nineteen (19) North of Range number four (4) East. Running thence Twelve Rods East, thence five Rods South thence twelve rods west, and thence five Rods North to the place of beginning. To their exclusive benefit use and XXXX forever XXXX .
Signed Sealed and delivered in Presents of
John Hayworth } George Hayworth (seal)
Alfred Redmond } her
Jane X Hayworth (seal)
State of Indiana} mark
Personally appeared before me Alfred Redmond a Justice of the Peace in and for said County, George Hayworth and acknowledged the foregoing instrument of writing to be his own voluntary act and deed for the purposes therein mentioned. And also Jane Hayworth the wife of the said George Hayworth who being examined by me privately, separate and apart from her said husband and the full contents and purport of the said Deed being by me made known to her she acknowledged that she executed the same without any coercion or compulsion from her said husband. Given under my hand and seal this 30th day of December A.D. 1844
Alfred Redmond Justice of the peace (seal)
Recd for Rec.d on the XXth day of March A.D. 1845 and thus duly entered
A. B. Cole Rec.
Book P, page 12.
Auditor of Hamilton County. To George L. Hayworth
This Indenture, Witnessth, That whereas George L. Hayworth the assignee of
George Hayworth assignor, of the County of Hamilton in the State of Indiana has paid the
sum of Two Hundred and forty dollars (240$) in full for the South West quarter of the south East Quarter of Section Sixteen (16) Township nineteen (19) North of Range four (4) East, containing forty acres more or less: And more fully Known on the map as tract Book of School Section, in said County of Hamilton as being Lot No. thirteen (13) of said Section
Now Know Ye; That in the consideration of the premises, And in conformity with the Statutes in such cases made and provided. I Levi Farley Auditor in and for the County
of Hamilton for and in the name of the inhabitants of Congressional Township number nineteen (19) North of Range four (4) East do give and grant the said South Quarter of the South East Quarter of Section Number Sixteen (16) Township Number nineteen (19) North of Range four (4) East to George L. Hayworth the assignee of George Hayworth the assignor and to his heirs and assignees forever__
Witness my hand and seal of the County Commissioners of said County
L.S. this the 14th day of January AD 1852.
Attest Isaac Williams Levi Farley
School Commissioner of Hamilton County} Auditor of H.Co. Ind
State of Indiana Hamilton County
I Albert B. Cole the Recorder of said County do hereby certify that the
XXXXX named Levi Farley Auditor of said County came personally before me and
acknowledged the within instrument of Writing to be his voluntary act and deed as
Auditor for the purposes therein set forth.
Witness My hand and seal this fifteenth day of January A.D. 1852
Albert B. Cole (seal)
Recorder of H.C. Ind
Recorded Jany 15, 1852
(George L. Hayworth was a son of Jonathan Hayworth. Jonathan Hayworth was the brother of (our) George Hayworth. George L. married Ann Hayworth, she was the daughter of our George Hayworth, therefore they were first cousins. This would have been out of unity with the Quakers and illegal today.)
Book X, page 521.
George Haworth to David Haworth
We George Haworth and Jane Haworth his wife of the State of Indiana and the County, of Hamilton, Sell Convey and Warrant to David Haworth of Hamilton County in the State of Indiana for the Sum of Twelve Hundred Dollars the following Real Estate in Hamilton County, in the State of Indiana
to wit: Begining at the South East corner of the East half of the South East quarter of Section number four (4) in Township Number Nineteen (19) North of Range four (4) East
thence West Sixty Rods, thence North one hundred and Sixty Rods, thence East Sixty Rods, thence South one hundred and Sixty Rods to the place of beginning containing Sixty acres.
In Witness Whereof, the said George Haworth and Jane Haworth his wife have hereunto set their Hands and seals this 17th day of November A.D. 1857,
George Haworth (Seal)
Jane Haworth (Seal)
State of Indiana}
Hamilton County} Before me, E.L. Davis Justice of the peace in and for said County, personally came George Haworth and Jane Haworth his wife and acknowledged the execution of the above Deed.
Witness my hand and seal, this 17th day of November A.D. 1857.
E. L. Davis (Seal) Justice.
Recorded Jan 18th A. D. 1859.
N. H. Mills, Recorder.
The above David Haworth may have been the brother or son of George Ha(y)worth.