- Jessamine County, TN Marriages 1799-1811
Harle, John Aug. 18, 1811 Crutcher, Nancy
Daughter of James Crutcher.
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FHL/SLC film #0388595 This Indentured made and entered into this Seventh day of March in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty six between John Harle and Nancy Harle his wife and Hippocratus Harle and Lucy Harle his wife of Hardin County and State of Kentucky of the one part and James Montage of the count of Mercer and State aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that the said John Harle and Nancy Harle his wife late Nancy Crutcher and Hippocratus Harle and Lucy Harle his wife late Lucy Crutcher for and in consideration of the sum of Seven hundred dollars current money of the United States to them in hand paid the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge have granted bargained and Sold and by these present do grant bargain sell and convey unto the Said James Montague his heirs executors and Administrators a certain Tract or parcel of land containing by Survey three hundred acres be the Same more or less Situated on Otter Creek Hardin County it being part of a tract of land conveyed to James Crutcher by Thomas Lewis and Charles Helm and bequeathed by the Said James Crutcher to Said Nancy Harle and Lucy Harle which will more fully appear by reference to the will of Said James Crutcher which is recorded in the Clerks Office of Hardin County court which land is __________ as follows Towet, Beginning at a black Oak white oak and Hickory in Robert Crutcher's Survey thence with his line South 44 1/2 degrees East 100 poles to a Hickory and black oak in a line of Hobbs survey thence with his line South 74 West 75 poles to a stake corner to said Hobbs survey thence with Hobbs line South 23 east 100 poles to a Stake Hobbs Corner thence with another of Hobbs lines north 74 East 14 poles to 2 black oaks white oak and hickory in Hobbs line thence South 14 West 175 poles to a Stake corner to John Crutchers Survey thence North 62 West 217 poles to a Stake at a Sink hole and corner to James Crutcher, Jr. 200 acres Survey thence north 23 East 330 poles to the Beginning. To Have and to hold the aforesaid Tract of land with the appurtenances thereunto belonging unto the said James Montague his heirs and assigns forever and the said John Harle and Nancy Harle his wife and Hippocratus Harle & Lucy Harle his wife for there selves their heirs Exors and administrators doth hereby convenant and agree to and with the Said James Montague his heirs and representatives that they will forever warrant and defend the aforesaid Tract of land & appurtenances against the claim or claims of themselves their heirs and legal representatives but not against the claim or claims of any other person or persons whatsoever it being the express understand of the parties aforesaid that the parties aforesaid, Said John Harle and Nancy Harle his wife and Hippocratus Harle and Lucy Harle his wife only convey to the Said James Montague his heirs and representatives all the right Title claims and Interest which they the Said John Harle and Nancy Harles his wife and Hippocratus Harle and Luycy Harle his wife as legaties of James Crutcher, Deceased have acquired to the foregoing Tract of land & appurtenances by the through the Will of Said James Crutcher, Decd and no other clain or title do they attempt to sell or convey. In Testimony whereof the Said John Harle and Nancy Harle his wife and Hippocratus Harle and Lucy Harle his wife have hereunto Set their hand and seals the day and year first above written.
Signed Sealed and delivered in John Harle (seal)
Presence of Nancy Harle (seal)
Hippocratus Harle (seal)
Lucy Harle (seal)
I Samuel Haycraft clerk of the Hardin County court in the State of Kentuckyk do herely certify that on the 4th day of April 1826, John Harle and Nancy his wife and on the 20th day of December 1827 Hippocratus Harle personally appeared before me in my office and acknowledged the forgoing deed to James Montague as and for their acts and deed they the Said Nancy and Lucy being at the Same time examined by me separate and apart from their Said husbands declared that they freely and voluntarily relinquished their right of Dower which they have or may have in and to the law by this deed conveyed without fears, threats or persuasion of their husbands and are willing the same should be recorded. Whereupon I have truly recoreded the Same this 2nd day of may 1828. Saml Haycraft, clerk
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1840 United States Federal Census
Name: John Hearl
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Hardin, Kentucky
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 60 thru 69: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 4
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 3
Total Free White Persons: 8
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 8
Hardin County, KY Probate Records
Will Book E, page 330, 331. John Harle Will (son of John and Sary Harle) Know all men by these presents that I John Harl of Hardin County and State of Kentucky being in feeble health, but of sound mind and disposing memeory and being desirous to dispose of all such property as it has pleased God to bless me with make ordain and publish this my last will and testament the manner and forming following to wit. 1- As to debts I owe none, but should I owe any at the time of my decease it is my desire that my Executor hereafter named sell enough of the perishable part of my property immediately after my death to pay what I may then owe together with my burial expenses. 2- I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Nancy Harl for and during her natural life the farm wherein I now live and all the residue of my property of every character and discription and after her death it is my wish that the same shalll go to my children. 3 - In consideration of the services rendered my family by son John Harl, Jr. It is my will that he have the farm after my wifes death, but I wish him to pay a fair estimate for the place what he and my other children can agree on if they cannot agree I wish them to call in two good disinterested men to say what the place is worth or what he shall pay to my other children. 4 - I wish the proceeds of my farm and residue of my property to be after my wifes deceased equally divided between my children Sarah Ann Loud, Eliza Stith, Hariet Harl, Leander Harl, James Harl, John Harl, Jr., Laura Jane Harl and Lucy Catharine Harl. 5 - I nominate and appoint my son John Harl my executor to carry out the provisions of the foregoing will in testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 28th day of January 1859 in presensts of: H.H. Wale James Crutcher John Harl (seal)
At a county court began and held for Hardin County at the court house in Elizabethtown on September 10, 1860 the foregoing instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of John Harl deceased was produced in court and proven in due form of law by the oaths of H.H. Wale and James Crutcher subscribing witnesses thereto and the same was established and ordered to record whereupon I have truly recorded the same in my office this 14 of September 1860. W. T. Samuels, clerk
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330 - HARLE, John, Sr. - Will, 28 Jan 1859.
Wife Nancy Harle.
Children John Harle, Jr., Sarah Ann LOUD, Eliza STITH,
Harriet Harle, Leander Harle, James Harle, (John Harl, Jr), Laura
Jane Harle, Lucy Catherine Harle.
Executor son John.
Witness H. H. Wale, James Crutcher.
Proven 10 Sep 1860.
1860 Hardin County, KY Census
Nancy Harl 69
Harriet Harl 35
John Harl 32
Laura Harl 28
Kate Harl 25