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Nancy Fortner/Forkner/Fortiner/Fortener /Falker #2
Posted by: Don Fortner (ID *****5955) Date: August 12, 2009 at 09:31:59
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Need info on this Nancy Falkner. Thanks for any help.

Don Fortner
Inman, SC



Buncombe County North Carolina

       Deed Book C Page 127
       State of North Carolina No. 1841. For 50 shillings for every 100 acres paid by Nancy Falker a grant
       for a tract of 200 acres in Bumcombe Co. on waters of north fork of French Broad River on west
       side of Davis Creek and both sides of old Indian road adjoining Hamlinís line. Entered Oct. 9, 1807
       as plat hereto annexed doth appear. Granted at Raleigh Dec. 20, 1809. Will White Sec. David
       Stone Gov.

       Deed Book C Page 157
       July 13, 1810. Nancy Fortner of Pendleton Dist., S. C. conveys to Jonas Dawson of Buncombe Co.
       N.C. for $40 200 acres on north fork of French Broad River, west side of Davis Creek and both sides
       of old Indian road adjoining Hamlinís line. Entered Oct. 9, 1807. Witnessed John Nicholson jurat.
       Eliahim Hamblen jurat. Signed Nancy Forkner. Regt. Nov. 22, 1810

       Deed Book 11 Page 237
       Jan. 15, 1811. Ford Fortner of Wilkes Co. conveys to John Longmire of Buncombe Co. for $100
       180 acres in Buncombe Co. on Sandy Mush Creek joining lower line of Erwinís upper survey. Witnessed
       Edm Jones, ? Thompson. Signed Ford X Fortner.

       Deed Book 11 Page 365
       Oct. 20, 1811. By virtue of an execution issuing from County Court o Iredell against Joseph Harrison       
       for sume of $382.50 and said sum was recovered by Ford Fortner against Joseph Harrison on record may
       appear John Longmire sheriff of Buncombe Co. conveys to Ford Fortner highest bidder at public auction
       April 4, 1810 at $112 a tract of land on Sandy Mush Creek joining Erwinís upper survey being 180 acres.
       Witnessed Thomas Foster, Hamilton Ryle. Signed John Longmire Sheriff. Recorded


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