Caldwell County Deeds

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Caleb Clark Cobb

The records below focus on deeds involving Caleb Clark Cobb, eldest son of Gideon Dyer Cobb and Modena Chittenden Clark. He was born about 1797 in Vermont, moving to Eddyville with his parents about 1800, and died in 1867.

I have endeavored to find all deeds involving him from the establishment of Caldwell Co. on 1 May 1809 through 1856, but some may have been missed or not recorded. It appears that he stopped dealing in real estate long before 1856.

All parties were shown as "of" Eddyville and/or Caldwell Co. unless stated otherwise below.

Date

Grantor

Grantee

Consid.

Description

Recorded

Notes

Purchases by Caleb, Alone or with Others

3 Aug 1823 Gideon D Cobb Caleb C Cobb $160 on Cumberland River D 234

1 Jul 1824

 
27 Jun 1824 Samuel C Clark Caleb C Cobb $300 beginning corner to Peter Johnson military survey, to G D Cobb to Thomas Gregory to Jacob G Faller, to John Anderson; also a lot in Eddyville, # 67 D 233

7 Jul 1824

 
11 Nov 1826 Thomas Gordon & wife Elizabeth W. Chittenden Lyon & Caleb C. Cobb "partners in trade and known by the style and firm of Lyon & Cobb" $500 lot in Eddyville, #13 and part of #12 E 141-2

13 Nov 1826

#13 sold 16 Nov 1833 to James N. Gracey for $350, bk G pg 335; Cobb sold his interest in #12 17 Jan 1841 for $100, bk K pg 63
21 Mar 1828 James L Dallam, commissioner in chancery Chittenden Lyon & Caleb C. Cobb "partners in trade and known by the firm of Lyon & Cobb"   held by Jacob E Faller on Lick Ck., conveyed to Matthew Lyon by David Davidson 2 Feb 1805, by him to his son Chittenden, by him to Jacob E Faller E 351-3

25 Jul 1828

in settlement of order by Circuit Court Sep 1827 term against Faller in favor of Lyon & Cobb
20 Jun 1828 James L Dallam, commissioner in chancery Chittenden Lyon & Caleb C. Cobb "partners in trade and known by the firm of Lyon & Cobb"   two tracts on Lick Ck. held by Samuel Gregory, Thomas Gregory, James Gregory, Ann Henderson, William Purtle, Abigail Purtle, Jacob E Fuller & Elizabeth Fuller; granted by Samuel Glens and Saml. Harman, commissioners appointed to divide the lands of Thomas Gregory decd., to Jacob E Faller E 355-7

25 Jul 1828

in settlement of order by Circuit Court Mar 1827 term against defendants in favor of Lyon & Cobb
2 Oct 1829 John W Marshall & Samuel P L Marshall "copartners trading under the firm and style of F & S Marshall" Chittenden Lyon, Caleb C. Cobb & Robert L Cobb "copartners trading under the firm and style of Lyon, Cobb & Co." $150 2700 sq ft, part of lot in Eddyville, opposite #9, below Water St., beginning lower edge Water, 50' from Main, towards Cumberland River, part of lot conveyed by Handon Catlett to Jasseth A Ball 3 Feb 1823 and by Ball to J & S Marshall F 60-1

15 Oct 1829

adjacent parcel acquired 24 Jul 1830, bk F pp 424-5
28 Nov 1829 Minerva Catlett of Beaver Co. PA executrix for Hanson Catlett Caleb C Cobb $26 parcel in Eddyville near lots #5 & 6 F 174-5

7 Jul 1830

 
8 Jan 1830 James Loftus of Christian Co. executor for George Loftus Caleb C Cobb $25 500 ac. on Cumberland River adjoining Town of Eddyville in possession of Cobb, known as land of Richard Archer, purchased by Loftus for taxes due F 269-70

8 Jan 1831

Sold to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #1
24 Jul 1830 Minerva Catlett of Beaver Co. PA executrix for Hanson Catlett Chittenden Lyon, Caleb C Cobb, & R L Cobb "copartners trading under the firm and style of Lyon, Cobb & Co." $800 parcel in Eddyville, 2004 sq. ft., beginning lower side Water St. at Main, up Water to lot conveyed by Hanson Catlett to Jasshet A Bale, towards Cumberland River, to Main St. being part of parcel opposite lot #9 F 424-5

12 Aug 1831

adjacent parcel acquired 2 Oct 1829, bk F pp 60-1
31 Aug 1830 John Ohara Lyon, Cobb & Co. $100 lot #32 in Eddyville ½ ac. F 357-8

7 Jun 1831

Sold to Willis B Machen 16 Feb 1838, bk I pp 456-7
5 Jul 1831 William D Stewart, deputy sheriff Caleb C Cobb $20 200 ac. on Tennessee River owned by James M Rucker F379

5 Aug 1831

in settlement of suit in Circuit Court in favor of Cobb against Rucker for $92.14 damages and $8.43 costs, sold 21 Mar 1831 at courthouse door, Cobb the high bidder
16 Nov 1831 John M Marshall Chittenden Lyon, Caleb C Cobb, & Robt L Cobb "copartners trading under the firm and style of Lyon, Cobb & Co." $1 lots in Eddyville, #9 & ½ of #29 F 461-2

19 Dec 1831

Lot #9 purchased by C C Cobb & W B Machen 26 Nov 1836 and #29 by Joshua Cobb 27 Nov 1836 , both from James Clark, bk H pp 301-3; no explanation of conflict
16 Apr 1832 John Bradley, Sheriff Caleb C Cobb $12 79 ac. where John Cobb then lived G 16

20 Aug 1832

in settlement of decision in Circuit court 5 Jul 1826 for Peter Purtte against John Cobb & G. D. Cobb for $110, 6% interest from 28 Oct 1821, and costs of $10.24½; sold 9 Sep 1826
21 May 1832 William D Stewart, deputy sheriff Caleb C Cobb $8 lots in Eddyville owned by Bradley, #46 F 543

21 May 1832

in settlement of suit in Circuit Court in favor of Allen Pearce against John Bradley, Wm Mitchifson and W S Dallam for $343.15 debt and $9.38 costs, sold 19 Mar 1831 at courthouse door, Cobb the high bidder
21 May 1832 William D Stewart, deputy sheriff Caleb C Cobb $20 200 ac. on Tennessee River owned by James M Rucker F 543-4

21 May 1832

in settlement of suit in Circuit Court in favor of Cobb against Rucker for $92.14 damages and $8.43 costs, sold 21 Mar 1831 at courthouse door, Cobb the high bidder. Seems to be duplicate of record bk F pg 379
13 Dec 1832 Joshua Hammond Caleb C Cobb $1 on Knob Ck. G 87

25 Dec 1832

appears to be a swap for Cobb to Hammond sale same date and page
27 Sep 1833 Spallswood D Crewshaw of Richmond, VA Caleb C Cobb & Willis B Machen $250 1000 ac., half of Military survey for James Currice on Livingston Ck., begin to Richard C Anderson G 233-4

27 Oct 1833

Cobb's half sold to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #12
10 Jan 1834 John Bradley of Princeton Caleb C Cobb, Chittenden Lyon, & Robert L Cobb "merchants, copartners in trading and h__ing under the name firm and style of Lyon, Cobb & Co." $214.38 lot in Eddyville above Main St. and below Water St. G 288

11 Jan 1834

 
9 Feb 1834 Thomas Gregory Caleb C Cobb $75 100 ac. on waters of Lick Ck., begin Gregory & Asberry's corner, to Christopher Hammond G 334-5

10 Feb 1834

 
20 May 1836 John Scott Cobb & Machen $200 200 ac. on waters of Livingston Ck. H 188-9

20 May 1836

witnesses: Saml Glenn, Isaacc W Walker, Barney Chambers. Seems to be parcel sold to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #10
15 Jul 1836 Isaac Mills &wife Maria Caleb C Cobb $50 right as one of the legatees of Griffin Long desc'd to 400 ac. on Spring Ck. the waters of Livingston Ck. adjoining Daniel Jarritt on the N and Cobb & Machen on the S & E H 350-1

11 Mar 1837

Maria signed by mark. 5 ac. sold to Daniel Jarrett 17 Jul 1841 bk K pg 247, 200 ac. sold to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #14; 200 ac. sold to Lousia Long 9 Aug 1841, bk K pg 248
12 Sep 1836 Cadwallader Wallace & wife Ruth of Ross Co. OH Caleb C Cobb & Willis B Machen $1000 1000 ac. on Big Eddy Ck., survey # 161 made to Joseph Scott, and 1000 ac., half of survey #19 made to Thomas Parker on Livingston Ck., conveyed to Wallace by William W Watts of Rockbridge Co. VA 7 Sep 1835 H 265-6

20 Oct 1836

proved in Ross Co. 24 Sep 1836 by justice of peace, certified by clerk of Ross Co. Court of Common Pleas 24 Sept 1836. 1st parcel sold to Terry D. King 1 Jan 1841, bk K pp 438-9. Half interest in 2nd parcel sold to James Tull 2 Aug 1841, bk K pg 238, other half same date to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #4
26 Oct 1836 Sally Long Caleb C Cobb $100 right of dower as relict of Griffin Long desc'd to 400 ac. on Spring Ck. the waters of Livingston Ck. adjoining Daniel Jarritt on the N and Cobb & Machen on the S & E, where Long now resides H 284

5 Nov 1836

signed by mark, with name shown as Sarah Long; witnesses W B Machen, John B Craig. 5 ac. sold to Daniel Jarrett 17 Jul 1841 bk K pg 247, 200 ac. sold to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #14; 200 ac. sold to Lousia Long 9 Aug 1841, bk K pg 248
26 Oct 1836 Louisa Long Caleb C Cobb $70 right as one of the legatees of Griffin Long desc'd to 400 ac. on Spring Ck. the waters of Livingston Ck. adjoining Daniel Jarritt on the N and Cobb & Machen on the S & E, where Sally Long, relict of desc'd resides H 284-5

5 Nov 1836

witnesses: W B Machen, John B Craig. 5 ac. sold to Daniel Jarrett 17 Jul 1841 bk K pg 247, 200 ac. sold to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #14; 200 ac. sold to Lousia Long 9 Aug 1841, bk K pg 248
26 Nov 1836 James Clark & wife Mary C C Cobb & W B Machen $300 lot in Eddyville, #9, once owned by Bradley King & Vance, sold at public sale to G Simpson H 301-2

16 Dec 1836

witnesses: G E Grimsby, Joshua Cobb, F H Skinner; Cobb sold his interest to Machen 16 Dec 1840 for $800, bk K pg 62
16 Jan 1837 A Harpending Caleb C Cobb & Willis B Machen "under the firm of Cobb & Machen." $500 517 ac. in Livingston Co. on Livingston Ck., patent 9 Jan 1833 to A Harpinding & A P Cose H 317-8

16 Jan 1837

226 ac. sold to Theophilus Killen 1 Feb 1840, Livingston EE:438-9; 291 ac. sold to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #17
2 Mar 1838 John F Henry & wife Lucy S of MLean Co IL but at present in Christian Co. KY Caleb C Cobb & Willis B Machen "trading under the firm of Cobb & Machen" $520 3 tracts, part of Rittenhouse Academy survey: 190 ac. begin O'Bannan line to Wm Henry; 219 ac. begin Ship survey to Wm Henry; 111½ ac. begin Ship & Payne corner M 301-2

20 Jan 1846

certified by Christian Co. Clerk of Court 2 Mar 1838. Sold to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #7, 8 & 9
20 Dec 1838 Samuel Glenn Cobb & Machen of Livingston Co. $50 50 ac. on Spring Ck. adjoining Danl. Jarrett above & James Curry's 1000 ac. Military survey below, originally patented to Glenn 6 Nov 1823 I 42-3

12 Jun 1838

Sold to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #6
14 May 1841 John G Hammond C C Cobb $145 72½ ac. on the waters of Hammond & Hunt Cks., adjoining Eddyville Furnace, part of a survey conveyed to Hammond by Christopher Hammond K 209

24 Aug 1841

Sold to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #13
2 Aug 1841 James Tull Caleb C Cobb $600 200 ac. on waters of Cumberland River adjoining Mary Chandler below & Martha Chandler on the south, originally patented to Josiah Chandler, and 250 ac. originally patented to Josiah Chandler K 238

4 Sep 1841

witnesses: Saml Glenn, Smith Harfield. Sold to Robert L & G D Cobb 29 Jun 1846, bk M pp 417-8
30 Aug 1841 Charles B Dallam, agent of forfeited lands Clark C Cobb [written Clark C Cobb in two places and C C Cobb in a third; sale at bk K pp 249-52 is obviously by Caleb C Cobb] $2.37½ 200 ac. entered for taxation to James W Rucker, struck off to the state 18 Nov 1833 for non-payment of taxes K 266

30 Aug 1841

Cobb claimed the land under "An act providing that the estates of persons dying without heirs or distributees shall vest in the Commonwealth and for other purpose, approved January 17, 1840" and paid tax, interest, and costs & charges due. Sold to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #18
27 Sep 1841 Charles M Smith of Louisana C C Cobb $500 375 ac. on Livingston Ck., starting at Gauley Russell's, conveyed to Smith by Lewellen G Philips K 362-3

28 Feb 1842

consideration to be paid in trade at cash prices. 12½ ac. sold to Samuel P Glenn Feb 1842, bk K pg 375
7 Mar 1843 Rezin H J Davidge, Commissioner in Chancery Robert L Cobb $1000 parcel of land begin at corner to Joshua Scott & A P Cox, to Arnold Jacob M 128-9

12 Jun 1845

in settlement of suit decided at Dec 1842 special chancery term of Caldwell Circuit Court, between Cobb & Lyon, Complainant, & Collen Moore, defendant, land mentioned in the bill and mortgage to be sold; sold 27 Feb 1843 at court house door. Sold to children & heirs of John J Young 17 Jun 1852, bk Q pp 188-9
9 May 1836 John Ball & wife Eliza, & William Snow & wife Malvilla, of Sangamon Co. IL Thomas Long, of Sangamon Co. IL; assigned to Caleb C. Cobb 8 Dec 1843 consideration $150 $80 their interest in tract on head of Spring Ck. belonging to heirs of Griffing Long decst., the proper boundrys not known to parities & undivided; reserving the 1/3 part the widows right of dower. O 143-4

17 Apr 1849

Eliza Ball & Malvilla Snow claiming as heirs of Griffing Long; certified by JP in Sangamon Co. 9 May 1836; assignment by Thomas Long & Samuel Long, not proved
29 Apr 1847 Rezin H J Davidge, Commissioner in Chancery Robert L Cobb & Gideon D Cobb, surviving partners of Cobb Bell & Co   parcel of land below & W of Lick Ck. N 184-5

17 May 1847

by order of Caldwell Circuit Ct. Nov 1846 term, in settlement of grantees, complaints, vs Richard F Archer, Stephen C Archer & Caleb C Cobb defendants, Richard T Archer & Stephen C Archer to convey title
10 Aug 1850 E N Owen, deputy Sheriff Robert L Cobb & Gideon D Cobb $575 2 tracts on Livingston Ck.; 600 ac. ($400) ½ a military survey, purchased by Cobb & Machen of Spotwood D Crenshaw of VA 27 Sep 1833; 200 ac. ($175) conveyed to Cobb & Machen by John Scott of Calloway Co. 20 May 1836, on Skinframe Ck.; both bought at action by Josiah Kennedy, who on 18 Mar 1850 transferred them to grantees P 14-5

10 Aug 1850

Josiah Kennedy sent writ of purifacion[?] against Caleb C. Cobb & Willis B Machen, doing business as Cobb & Machen, for debt of $612 with interest from 1 May 1839 & $8.17 costs, levied on two tracts property of Cobb & Machen, sold at courthouse door 19 June 1848. 1st parcel sold to William & John F Kelly 12 Aug 1850, item #29

Sales by Caleb, Alone or with Others

12 Nov 1829 Chittenden Lyon & Caleb C. Cobb "copartners trading under the firm and style of Lyon & Cobb" Cader Harrel $360 360 ac. on Lick Ck., beginning Zack Chandler to David Walker, to Arche, to T Gregory F 126

30 Mar 1830

 
21 Mar 1832 Caleb C Cobb, commissioner of chancery Thomas Dobbins $100 two half lots in Eddyville, half of each #49 & 50; Dobbins living on the other half of the same lots F 550-1

6 Jun 1832

in settlement of decision in Circuit court Jun 1825 term for Chittenden Lyon and others against heirs of Wm Bailey for $2465.20; sold 6 Aug 1825
13 Nov 1832 Caleb C Cobb Joshua Hammond $1 9¾ on Harmans Ck., part of survey made in name of Richd. Anderson G 87-8

25 Dec 1832

 
16 Jan 1833 Caleb C Cobb Stackers & Watson $157½   G 180 second half on pg 181 not copied
16 Nov 1833 Chittenden Lyon & Caleb C Cobb James N. Gracey $350 lot in Eddyville, #13 G 335

11 Feb 1834

purchased 11 Nov 1826, bk E pp 141-2
16 Feb 1838 Chittenden Lyon, Caleb C Cobb & Robert L Cobb "once partners trading under the name & style of Lyon, Cobb & Co." Willis B Machen $450 lot in Eddyville, #32, with one story frame house and other buildings, conveyed from John O'Hara to Lyon, Cobb & Co. 31 Aug 1830 I 456-7

20 May 1840

witnesses: R R O'Hara, Jas A Gracey
16 Nov 1838 Caleb C Cobb Alexander M Hunter of Livingston Co. $225 lot in Eddyville, #33, W B Machen on NE, John Reynold on SW I 325

7 Oct 1839

witnesses: D Brook, J B Craig
16 Dec 1840 Caleb C Cobb W B Machen $800 his interest in lot in Eddyville, #9, once property of Bradly King & Vance, conveyed to James Clark 2 Jan 1836, by him to Cobb & Machen 26 Nov 1836 K 62

23 Feb 1846

witnesses: Robt Love, R B O'Hara, M Gracey; purchased 26 Nov 1836, bk H pp 301-2
17 Jan 1841 Caleb C Cobb Frederich H Skinner $100 his interest in part of lot in Eddyville, #12, held by him and late co-partner Chittenden Lyon, on Water & Franklin Sts., with large brick building K 63

23 Feb 1841

purchased 11 Nov 1826, bk E pp 141-2
10 Jun 1841 Caleb C Cobb Robert L Cobb $1200 his interest in lot in Eddyville, lower side of Water St corner of Main St. with 2 story brick house 80 x 40 ft. occupied by Cobb Bell & Co as store and ware house K 148

10 Jun 1841

lot owned by Chittenden Lyon, Caleb C Cobb & Robert L Cobb late copartners in trade under the firm and style of Lyon, Cobb & Co
17 Jul 1841 Caleb C Cobb Daniel Jarrett $25 5 ac. on Spring Ck. waters of Livingston Ck., part of 400 ac. originally patented to Griffen Long K 247

16 Sep 1841

witnesses: Jne W Marshall, Robt L Cobb
2 Aug 1841 Caleb C Cobb James Tull $350 one moiety of one moiety of 1000 ac. on Livingston & Skinframe Cks., survey of Thomas Parker L 38-9

22 Mar 1843

witnesses: Saml Glenn, Smith Warfield; proved 30 Aug & 4 Sep 1841 (reason for delay not stated). Other half sold to Cobb Bell & Co 2 Aug 1841, bk K pp 249-52, item #4
2 Aug 1841 C C Cobb Robt L Cobb, David R Bell & Gideon D Cobb "trading under the style & firm of Cobb Bell & Co" $20,000 #1 - 556 ac. on Cumberland River adjoining Town of Eddyville, patented to Richd Archer;
# 2 - 444 ac. on the Cumberland River adjoining the above, excepting 31 ac. belonging to Eddyville Furnace;
#3 - 100 ac. on waters of Eddy Ck. patented to CCC;
#4 - one moiety or equal half of undivided survey of 1000 ac. in the name of Thomas Parker on Livingston Ck., conveyed to Calab C Cobb by Codwallader Wallace & wife Ruth;
#5 - 150 ac. on waters of Lick & Eddy Cks., Chas Kelly to Loftus to Edwards patented by CCC;
#6 - 50 ac. on both sides of Spring Ck. adjoining Daniel Jarrett & James Curry, patented by Saml Glenn and conveyed to CCC & Willis B. Machen;
#7 - 190 ac. on waters of Poplar Ck., OBannon to William Henry, part of Rittenhouse Seminary's 5900 ac.;
#8 - 219 ac. Shipp to William Henry;
#9 - 111 ac. Shepp - Paynes corner, also part of Seminary land, items 7, 8, & 9 conveyed to CCC by John Y Henry;
#10 - 200 ac. on Spring & Crab Cks. adjoining William Benett military survey;
#11 - 200 ac. on Spring & Crab Cks. adjoining Benett survey and #10, conveyed by John Scott to CCC & Willis B Machen;
[con't in Notes]
K 249-52

16 Sep 1841

Description con't:
#12 - on moiety of undivided survey of 1000 ac. on Goose (now Livingston) Ck., conveyed by S D Crenshaw to CCC & Willis B Machen;
#13 - 72½ ac. on Knob & Hammond Cks. adjoining Eddyville Furnace, conveyed by John G Hammond to CCC;
#14 - 200 ac., one moiety of 400 ac. patented by Griffin Long on Spring Ck. a branch of Livingston Ck.;
#15 - 50 ac. & house on Skinfame Ck., Stone to Peyton Newland to Bennett, patented to Shirley Tisdale;
#16 - 666 2/3 ac. in Livingston Co. on Livingston Ck., Samuel K Gradford to Bedinger, patented to William Fitzhugh, where Livingston Forge erected, conveyed to CCC by Fitzhugh;
#17 - 291 ac., part of 517 ac. tract in Livingston Co. on Livingston Ck. patented to A Harpending conveyed by him to CCC and Machen, balance sold to Theophelus Kellen;
#18 - 200 ac. on Tennessee River opposite Long Island, patented to James W Rucker conveyed to CCC by Sheriff (Sold by R L & G D Cobb to Noah Fulks 27 Sep 1852, bk Q pp 310-1)
7 Aug 1841 Caleb C Cobb Henry Machen $4006 negro man Dick age 26 years; Edey and her 2 children, Silas a boy about age 11 & Ataeian a girl age 3; Dolly and her 3 children, John a boy about 4, Rose a girl age 2, Lewis an infant boy about 2 weeks; Nelly child Henry about 6 mo.; man Anderson age about 35 K 437

6 Jun 1842

witnesses: Robt L Cobb & W B Machen
9 Aug 1841 Caleb C Cobb Louisa Long $200 200 ac. on Spring Ck. waters of Livingston Ck., one moiety of 400 ac. originally patented to Griffen Long (now deceased) adjoining Daniel Janett K 248

16 Sep 1841

400 ac. purchased from Griffen Long heirs: John Ball & wife Eliza &, Willima Snow & wife Malvilla 9 May 1836 bk O pp 143-4; Isaac Mills & wife Maria 15 Jul 1836 bk H pp 350-1; Sally Long (relict) 26 Oct 1836 bk H pp 284; Louisa Long 26 Oct 1836 bk H pp 284-5
1 Jan 1842 Caleb C Cobb & Willis B Machen Terry D King $1200 1000 ac. on waters of Eddy Ck., surveyed for Joseph Scott on Warrant #161, conveyed to parties by C Wallace 12 Sep 1836 K 438-9

7 Jun 1842

 
__ Feb 1842 Caleb C Cobb Samuel P Glenn $17 12½ ac. on Crab Ck. adjoining S P Glenn & Samuel Glenn, part of 375 ac. conveyed by Smith to Cobb K 375

7 Mar 1842

 
20 Apr 1842 Caleb C Cobb Celia Prince $200 50 ac. on Crab Ck. adjoining Saml Glenn & Saml P Glenn, part of 400 ac. patented by John Reid K 504-5

25 Sep 1842

witnesses: John S Brown, Saml Glenn
13 Jun 1842 Caleb C Cobb Andrew C Glenn $180 60 ac. adjoining Samuel Glenn on N, Celia Prince on NW, Caleb C Cobb on SW, part of 400 ac. patented by John Reid K 505-6

25 Aug 1842

witnesses: John S Brown, Saml Glenn
7 Sep 1842 Caleb C Cobb Samuel Williams $1000 250 ac. on Crab Ck. adjoining Celia Prince, Samuel Glenn, and Eddyville Furnace, part of survey of 400 ac. patented to John Reed L 57-8

15 May 1843

witnesses: Andrew I Hollinsworth, Saml P Glenn, Saml Glenn
8 Jul 1844 Caleb C Cobb John Victor $400 100 ac. on waters of Spring Ck., adjoining Barrett's military survey of 1000 ac., one moiety of 200 ac. conveyed to Cobb by Daniel Jarrett L 387-8

20 Sep 1844

witnesses: Daniel Jarrett, Thos R Jarrett
29 Jun 1846 Caleb C Cobb Robert L Cobb & G D Cobb $600 200 ac. on Flat Ck. adjoining Mary Chandler below & Martha Chandler on S, patented to Josiah Chandler; 250 ac. begin at above to Clement Reed to O'Bannan M 417-8

30 Jun 1846

witnesses W Garrett, M F Kelly
29 Apr 1847 Rezin H J Davidge, Commissioner in Chancery John Hallick   350 ac. on Lick Ck. where Hallick now lives, all the land above Lick Ck. in Archer survey N 185-6

17 May 1847

by order of Caldwell Circuit Ct. Nov 1846 term, in settlement of grantee, complaints, vs Richard T Archer, Stephen C Archer, C C Cobb & Robert L Cobb defendants, Richard F Archer & Stephen C Archer to convey title

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