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Re: Raney/Rainey
Posted by: Makali Bruton (ID *****3225) Date: July 31, 2007 at 10:19:28
In Reply to: Raney/Rainey by Judy Sanders of 1477

The following two deeds mention Peter and John W. Raney. These are online at one of the Bedford County sites, but you may also want to do a lookup of deeds mentioning him with GSC Associates... Cheers. Makali




Deeds, BOOK C
Page 365 15 Oct 1837: Eve and Jesse BURROW, Exec. to John W RANEY. Deed of 60 Acres. Eve BURROW, Exec and Jesse BURROW Exec of estate and will of Ephraim BURROW deceased, one part and John W RANEY other part, all of Bedford Co TN on waters of Big Flat Creek. Bounded by Joseph PARKER, Spring of Wm BURROW, top of ridge near Amelia BRUTONS Line. Including the cabins whereon Raney now lives. Wit: Peter RANEY and Henry HART. Reg: 9 Mar 1839

Deed Book KK Page 441 Bedford TN: H. Austin & A. Bruton to A. W. Reagor. Deed 11 acres. Harris AUSTIN & Amelia BRUTON one part and A. W. REAGOR other part, all of Bedford County TN, sold land in Bedford Co, on waters of Big Flat Creek, being part of the lands which BRUTON inherited of her father's estate, John BRUTON interest in same having been sold for debt, AUSTIN purchaser. Land borders REAGOR'S land, Peter RANEY, William BOONE, Henry HART'S Corner. Wit: William BOONE & James WILSON. Reg: 6 Aug 1841.


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