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Land Deed in Delta County, Texas
Overacre, J. H. & Wife to Preas, J. R.
6th November 1909

The State of Texas, County of Delta: Know all men by these presents:
That J. H. Overacre and N. E. Overacre of the County of Delta and State aforesaid, for and consideration
of the sum of One Thousand Dollars to us in hand paid by J. R. Preas as follows, $300 cash in hand, the
receipt of which is hereby acknowledged and the further consideration of four promissory notes of $175.
Each and said notes barring evan date and 8% interest from date, 1st note of $175. Due 26 October
1910, 2nd note of $175. Due 26 Oct. 1911, 3rd note of $175 due 26 Oct 1912, 4th note of $175. Due
26 Oct. 1913. Have granted sold and conveyed and by these presents do Grant, Sell and Convey unto
the said J. R. Preas of the County of Delta and State of Texas, all that certain undivided one half interest in
all the certain track of Parcel of land lying and being in Delta County, State of Texas, about 6 or 7 miles
North East of Cooper. The same being a part of the Jacob Harmon Survey of 1280 acres. Beginning at a
stake an elm bears S 44 E 3 vars. Mks X the same being the S. W. cor. Of C. Medlin tract. Thence
South 73 1/3 poles a stake an Elm mkd. S./ Thence East 109 poles a stake on Ash mkd. X Thence North
73 1/3 poles Medlin S. E. Cor. A stake; Thence West with his S. B. line 109 poles to the beginning,
containing 50 acres of land. To have and to hold, the above described premises, together with all and
singular the rights and appurtenances thereto in any wise belonging unto the said J. R. Preas his heirs and
assigns, forever. And we do hereby bind ourselves and our heirs Executors and administrators to warrant
and forever Defend all and singular the said premises unto the said J. R. Preas his heirs and assigns, against
Every person whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same, or any part thereof. But it is Expressly
agreed and stipulated that the Vendor's lien Is retained against the above described property, premises and
improvements, until the above described notes, and all interest thereon, are fully paid according to their
face and tenor, effect and reading, when the deed shall become absolute.

Witness our hands at Fairland this 6th day of November A. D. 1909.

J. H. Overacre
N. E. Overacre

The State of Oklahoma, County of Ottawa: Before me Crawford Conner, Notary Public in and for
Ottawa County, Oklahoma, on this day personally appeared J. H. Overacre and N. E. Overacre wife of J.
H. Overacre, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument and
acknowledged to me that they Executed the same for the purposes and considerations therein Expressed.
And the said N. E. Overacre wife of the said J. H. Overacre having been examined by me privily and apart
from her husband, and having the same by me fully explained to her, she, the said N. E. Overacre
acknowledged such instrument to be her ace and deed, and she declared that she had willingly signed the
same for the purposes and considerations therein Expressed, and that she did not wish to retract it.

Given under my hand and seal of office, this 6 day of November, A. D. 1909.

Crawford Conner, Notary Public

My Commission expires Sept. 18, 1912

The State of Oklahoma, County of Ottawa: Before me Crawford Conner Notary Public of the County of
Ottawa in the State of Oklahoma, on this day personally appeared J. H. Overacre known to (or proven to
me on oath of) to be the person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged
to me that he Executed the same for the purposes and considerations therein expressed.

Given under my hand and seal of office, this 6 day of November A.D. 1909.

(SEAL) Crawford Conner
Notary Public

My Commission expires Sept. 18, 1912.

Filed for Record Nov. 12th, 1909, at 10 o'clock a.m. Duly Recorded same day.

S. J. Smith, Clerk County Court
Delta County, Texas

**This is an accurate transcription of the original document, mis-spellings and punctuation included.

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