2 Corinthians 8:12 " For if the willingness is there, the gift is acceptable according to what one has, not according to what he does not have."

DEED TO RANDALL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
FROM JOHN ROBERT SNUGGS



COPY OF DEED TO RANDALL CHURCH PROPERTY


John Snuggs

to


Henry Ledbetter

John Christian

John Randle

George Allen

Wiatt Randle

Trustees for Randle Society

Deed of Gift
3 1/2 acres
Fees paid
Trustees, 1837
Robert S. Allen
Richard G. Snuggs


STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
Montgomery County
July Session, 1813


Then this deed was proven in open court by the oath of John Randle, and ordered to be registered. W. F. Smith, Clerk TO ALL PEOPLE TO WHOM THESE PRESENCE SHALL COME, I JOHN SNUGGS, DO SEND GREETINGS. know ye that I, John Snuggs, of the county of Montgomery and the state of North Carolina, for and in consideration of the good will to, and my wishes for the prosperity of the Methodist Episcople Church in the United States Of America, have given and granted, and be these presence do give and grant unto Henry Ledbetter, John Christian, Sr., John Randle, George Allen and Wiatt Randle, of the county and state forsaid, Trustees appointed by the Randle Society, a certain lot or tract of land, containing three acres and a half, including Randle's Meeting House, Situated as follows: Beginning at a white oak under the North East corner of the Meeting House, and runs thence west, twenty-two poles, (22) to a stake by three red oaks; and a post oak pointers; Thence South twenty-five (25) poles to a red oak by a pine, and post oak pointers; Thence east twenty-two poles (22) to a stake in the old field; Thence North twenty-five (25) poles to the beginning. For the use and purpose of erecting and keeping up a meeting house, or any building for the use of the members of the Methodist Episcopal Church in the United States of America. To have and to hold the aforesaid lot or tract of land, with all and singular the improvements and other things pertaining thereto to them the aforesaid Trustees, and their successors in office forever. And I do hereby fully convey unto the said Trustees the aforesaid tract of land and premises, and warrant and defend the same against the claims, rights, and titles of myself, my heirs, executors, administrators, or assigns. In witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this first day of July, in the year of our Lord One thousand, eight hundred and thirteen (1813) and in the thirty-eighth year of the Independence of the United States of America.


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John Snuggs, SEAL
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Signed, sealed and delivered inthe presence of

JOHN RANDLE
ROBERT S. ALLEN.


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