This is a partial deed that I copied and interpreted rather quickly. Is there a family connection of CONNER to CARNES or WELCH, the latter two being Cherokee Indians?
Deed Book K, page 330 – GA, Cherokee Co.
John CONNER in Trust for Dianah CARNES
and her children by her present husband
This indenture made and entered the 10th day of September in the year of our Lord One Thousand eight hundred and fifty-one between Joseph H. CARNES of the State & County aforesaid of the one part and John CONNER of the same place of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which he the said Joseph H. CARNES has and bears to his wife Dianah CARNES as for and in consideration of the sum of five dollars cash in hand paid by the said John CONNER at and before the signing, sealing, and delivery of these presents. The recipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and in sonsideration that the property here after conveyed came to the said Joseph CARNES by virture of his intermarriage with his said wife, Diannah CARNES he the said Joseph H. CARNES hath granted, bargained, sold and conveyed and does by these presents grant bargain, sell and convey and give unto the said John CONNER for the use, benefit, and advantage and in trust for the said Dianah CARNES his said wife during her natural life or widowhood and at her death or intermarriage with another husband then in trust for the children she now has and those she may have after by the said Joseph H. CARNES her present husband free from the distribution or control of any future husband she may have – or of any other person or person to her sole and separate use.
Recorded 11th January 1854
Transcribed by: Gerre Byrd
I failed to copy the end of this deed while at the GA State Archives on July 15, 2011. gb
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