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This Indenture made and entered into this 29th day of May in the one thousand eight hundred & twenty Six, Between Nathaniel W Payne of the County of Campbell of the first part, John Alexander and Anselm S Haden of the same County of the Second part and Richard G Haden of the same County of the third part. Witnesseth: that whereas the said Nathaniel W Payne is Justly indebted to the said Richard G. Haden in the Just and full sum of Seven thousand five hundred and twenty dollars and Seventy one Cents with legal interest thereon from the date of this Indenture, and payable five years after date, as pr Bond bearing even date with this Indenture and whereas the said Nathaniel W Payne is willing to secure and assure to the said Richard G. Haden the payment of the said sum of money with the accruing interest at the said time appointed for the payment of the same, Now in Consideration of the premises aforesaid, as well as for the further Consideration of the sum of one dollar to him in hand paid by the said John Alexander and Anselm S Haden at or before the sealing and delivery of these Presents, the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, the said Nathaniel W. Payne hath granted, bargained and Sold and by these presents doth grant, bargain sell and Convey unto the said John Alexander and Anselm S Haden their heirs executors administrators or assigns the following Property Real & Personal to wit, Three tracts or Parcel's of Land lying adjoining and being the same whereon the said Nathaniel W. Payne now resides, including the Land whereon his overseer is settled, which Lands were Conveyed to the said Nath'l W. Payne by Ro. Alexander, Daniel Saunders, Nathan Thurmon & others heirs of [blank] Marshall deceased and John Jones atto,. in fact for [blank] Hightower, all of which tract lie adjoining, and are supposed to contain between two thousand and twenty five hundred acres, which said entire tract is bounded by the Lands of Williston Talbot, Jno. Alexander Robert W Withers, Edmund Herndon, David Jones and Mrs. Hutchinson, also the following negroe