Julious Hacker Land Grant
Valerie J. Thompson
November 30, 2012
Tennesse State Libraries and Archives
North Carolina Land Grant in Tennessee
Sullivan County, Tennessee
Volume 15, Page 256, Reel 23
State of North Carolina No. 266
To all to Whom these presents shall come greeting, Know ye that we for & inconsideration of the sum of fifty shillings for every hundred acres hereby granted, paid into our treasury by Julious Hacker have given & granted & by these presents do give & grant unto the said Julious Hacker a tract of land containing six hundred & forty acres lying & being in our County of Sullivan on both sides of Beaver Creek, Beginning at a buckeye, white oak & hickory, John Coopers line North 45 East 20 poles to a large white oak on a …. Due North 150 poles to two white oaks North 35 East 8 poles to a white oak North 32 East 200 poles to a poplar & white oak North 72 East 104 poles to a white oak, due South 114 poles to a white oak South 30 West 270 poles to an Ash South 28 Eat 56 poles to a stake & thence a straight course to the Beginning as by the Julious, hereunto annexed doth appear together with all road, waters, mines, minerals hereditaments & appurtenances to the said land belonging or appertaining to hold to the said Julious Hacker , his heirs & assigns forever yielding & paying to us such sum of money yearly, or otherwise as our general assembly from time to time may direct provided always that the said, Julious Hacker shall cause this grant to be registered in the Registers Office of our said County of Sullivan within twelve months from the date hereof otherwise the same shall be void of the affect, in testimony whereof we have caused there our Letters to be made pertinent & our great seal to be here on affixed, Witness Alexander Martin, Esq’r, our Governor, Captain, General & Commander-in-Chief oat Newburn the tenth day of November in ninth year of our Independence & in year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred eighty four.
By his Execell’y, Gov’r Alex. Martin
L. Glasgow, Sec.