Casey  County



Contributed By: The Casey Co. Mailing List

Davidson Co. TN Deed Book W, p. 597

Registered 3 March 1835 

Know all men by these presents that we John BRANSON Sr. and Mary W. BRANSON his wife for divers causes, us hereunto moving, have nominated and appointed, and by these presents do nominate, ordain, constitute and appoint our son John S. BRANSON, Jr. our attorney in fact for us and in our names to ask demand and receive of Stephen S. MAYO of Davidson County State of Tennessee, that portion and share of the estate of Stephen MAYO, which by the said Stephen MAYO was paid to him to hand and pay over to the said Mary W. BRANSON, late Mary W. MAYO, and daughter of the said Stephen MAYO, or the share and portion of the said Mary W. BRANSON on the sale of certain slaves distributed by the said Stephen S. MAYO as a trustee or friend of the said Mary W. BRANSON to be by him paid over for the use of and benefit of the
said Mary W. BRANSON and that of her children have set their hands and seals this 17th day of February 1835.




Joel Sweeney

 NOTE: This document was certified by two justices of the peace [Jas Clarke and Charles P. Tate] of the State of Kentucky, Casey County February 17, 1835 and Joel Sweeney, Clerk of the county court of Casey, of the town of Liberty, certified the authority of the justices of the peace.