To all whom these presents shall come Greetings. Know ye that we Ezra
Robbins and Zelah Robbins his wife of the County of Ripley and State 
of Indiana in consideration of the sum Two Hundred Dollars lawful money 
of the United States received to our full satisfaction of George S. Graham 
of Ohio County and State  Indiana have revised released and forever 
Quit Claim unto the said George S. Graham his heirs and assigns the
undivided shares which we the said Ezra Robbins and Zelah Robbins his 
wife and daughter of William Graham deceased have in the real estate 
of Samuel Graham deceased, late of Ohio County & State Indiana described
as follows situate lying and being in the Countys of Dearborn and Ohio 
State of Indiana Viz.  a part of the North west quarter of section 
No. one in Town No. four in Range No. three west. Also the east half
of the south west quarter and the north west quarter of the south east
quarter of section No. one Town four of Range three west. Also the south 
west quarter of the south east quarter of section No. one Town four of 
Range No. three west of the Meridian line drawn from the mouth of the 
great Miami River of lands directed to be sold at the City of Cincinnati,
State of Ohio, either by virtue of the last will and testament of the said
Samuel Graham deceased or as heirs at law of the said deceased. To Have 
and To Hold our said undivided shares of the said estate of the above 
deceased, unto the said George S. Graham his heirs and assigns so that
neither we the said Ezra Robbins nor Zelah Robbins nor our heirs, nor 
any other person claiming under us or them shall at any time hereafter
by any ways or means have claim or demand any right or title to the 
aforesaid undivided shares or any part of the same to the said real 
estate of the said Samuel Graham deceased or any part or parcel thereof. 
In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 
twenty second day of April Eighteen Hundred and Fifty Three.
Done in presence of
William Burbage                                 Ezra Robbins (seal)
A.P. Ranson                             Zelah her X mark Robbins (seal)

State of Indiana Ripley County
Before me the subscriber a Notary Public in and for said County personally 
came Ezra Robbins and Zelah Robbins to me known and acknowledged the 
signings and sealings of the above conveyance to their voluntary act 
and deed, and the said Zelah Robbins being at the same time examined 
by me seperate and apart from and without the hearing of her said 
husband and the contents then declared that she did voluntarily sign 
seal and acknowledge the same and that she still is satisfied therewith.

(Notary Seal)                    Done this 22nd day of April A.D. 1853
 Rec’d for Record June 6th 1853                     Nathaniel L. Isgrigg
5,0,clock P.M. Recorded June 7th 1853                     Notary Public
Henry B. Newman, Recorder 

Know all men that Reson Shook and Sarah Shook formerly Sarah Graham 
in consideration of Five Hundred Dollars to them paid by George S. 
Graham the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged do hereby bargain 
sell and convey to the said George S. Graham his heirs and assigns 
forever all their right title Interest and claim to the following 
described Real estate; as heirs of Samuel Graham late of Ohio County 
Indiana, deceased Situate Lying and being in the Countys of Dearborn 
and Ohio, State of Indiana.
Vis; a part of the North west Quarter of section No. 1 in Town No. 4 
in Range No. 3 West: also the East half of the South West Quarter of 
the North west Quarter of the South East Quarter of section No. 1 
Town  4 of Range 3 West, also the South west Quarter of the South East
Quarter of Section No. 1 Town 4 of Range No. 3 west of the Meridian 
line drawn from the mouth of the great Miami River of Land directed 
to be sold at the City of Cincinnati State of Ohio: together with all
the priviledges and appurtenances to the same belonging to Have and to
Hold the same to the said George S. Graham his heirs and assigns forever,
the said Reson Shook and Sarah his wife for their heirs Executors and
administrators do hereby covenant with the said George S. Graham his 
heirs and assigns that the title so conveyed is clear free and 
unincumbered and to warrant and Defend the same against all claims 
whatsoever. 
In Witness whereof the said Reson Shook together with Sarah Shook his wife 
have hereunto set their hands and seals this 23rd day of April in the
year Eighteen Hundred and fifty one.

Signed Sealed and delivered                 Reson his X mark Shook (seal)
in the presence of                          Sarah her X mark Shook (seal)       
Esra Robbins

State of Indiana Ripley County:ss
Be it remembered that on this twenty third day of April in the Year of
our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and fifty one before me the subscriber
a Notary Public personally came Reson Shook and Sarah Shook his wife the 
Grantors in the above conveyance and acknowledged the signing and sealing 
thereof to be their voluntary act and deed for the uses and purposes 
therein mentioned. And the said Sarah Shook wife of the said Reson Shook 
being examined by me seperate and apart from and without the hearing of 
her said husband and the contents of said deed being by me made known and
explained to her as the statute directs declare that she did voluntarily 
sign seal and acknowledge the same and that she is still satisfied 
therewith as her act and deed for the uses and purposes therein mentioned.
In Witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and (seal) 
affixed my Seal
Notarial on the day and year last aforesaid.

Rec’d for Record December 24th 1851                 Henry S. Lipperd
1,o,clock P.M. Recorded same day                      Notary Public
H. B. Newman Recorder

Know all men That Samuel L. Graham of the County of Dearborn and State 
of Indiana in consideration of the sum of four hundred dollars in hand 
paid by George S. Graham of the County of Ohio & State aforesaid, have
bargained and sold, and do hereby grant, bargain sell and convey unto 
the said George S. Graham his heirs and assigns forever, the following 
Real Estate Towit. All his rights title interest and claim as heir at 
law of Samuel Graham late of Ohio County State of Indiana deceased, to
the following described land situated lying and being in the Countys of
Dearborn and Ohio in the State of Indiana towit. A part of the North 
west quarter of Section number one, in Township Number four in Range 
number three west. Also the East half of the South west quarter and the
North west quarter of the South east quarter of Section one in Township
four, of Range three west. Also the South west quarter of the South east
quarter of Section Number one in Township number four of Range three 
west of the Meridian line drawn from the mouth of the Great Miami river
of land directed to be sold at the City of Cincinnati in the state of 
Ohio, being a part of the aforesaid Section. The part of the above to
which the said Samuel L. Graham are entitled as heir of said Samuel 
Graham deceased and the part hereby conveyed is the one sixth part of 
the above tract. To Have and to Hold said premises with the appurtenances
unto the said George S.Graham heirs and assigns forever, and the said 
Samuel L. Graham for himself and heirs do hereby Covenant with said 
George S. Graham his heirs and assigns that he is lawfully seized of
the premises aforesaid and that the said premises are free and clear 
from all incumbrances whatever, and that he will forever warrant and 
Defend the same with the appurtenances unto the said George S. Graham
his heirs and assigns against the claims of all persons whomsoever. 
In testimony whereof the said Samuel L. Graham has hereunto set his 
hand and seal this twelfth day of April in the year of our Lord one 
thousand eight hundred and fifty.
Signed, sealed and delivered                    Samuel L. Graham
in the presence of....
J. T. Lemon, Jane East...

State of Indiana Ohio County
 Before me the undersigned a Notary Public on and for the said County,
personally appeared Samuel L. Graham the foregoing grantor and 
acknowledged the foregoing deed to be his voluntary act and deed for
the uses and purposes therein mentioned. 
(Seal)In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my
seal this twelfth day of April A.D. 1850           John Tower Lemon
                                                    a Notary Public

Recorded Dec. 30th 1850
John R. Ross, Recorder



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