[Transcribed by Christopher Beall from a copy of the recorded document. Punctuation, not visible in the original, added, as are explanatory notes within square brackets.]
State of Georgia, Warren County
This Indenture made this 30th day of April Eighteen Hundred and eighty nine between Elizabeth Overstreet of Emanuel County of the one part and Oliver H. P. Beall of Washington County of the other part both of aforesaid State. Witnesseth that the said Elizbeth Overstreet for and in consideration of the sum of Four Hundred and Fifty Dollars to her in hand paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained sold and conveyed and doth by these presents grant bargain sell and convey unto the said Oliver H. P. Beall his heirs and assigns all these tracts or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the one hundred and fifty fourth District G. M. of the County of Warren near the waters of Long Creek, the same being all my interest which is one eighth in the estate of my Mother the late Minerva Beall and set apart by mutual agreement of all the heirs to said estate as my portion thereof see record of Deed of partition in Deed Book GG pages 114 & 115 Clerk Superior Court Warren County, containing seventy three acres more or less. It is in three separate parcels and is described as follows: Land Lot known in Deed of Partition as number four beginning at a Clay root corner and running S43W 34.75 to a maple thence S65½E 18.75 to a pine thence N82½E 21.00 to a sweet gum thence N16½W 24.80 to a pine thence N44W 9.40 to the beginning corner, containing sixty nine acres more or less. Also an undivided reservation of thirteen acres more or less embracing Beall Springs mine being a one eighth interest in the same beginning at a pine tree corner about ninety yards distant and in a southeasterly course from the Beall Springs Hotel and running S13W 16.42 thence N77W 7.80 thence N13E 18.18 thence S67E 6.66 to the beginning corner. Also a building or town lot containing two acres more or less, beginning at a stake corner about seventy five yards from Beall Spring and in a northwesterly course from the same and running S13W 3.17 thence N77W 6.34 thence N13E 3.17 thence S77E 6.34 to the beginning corner known in Deed of partiion as lot number one. To have and to hold the same with the rights members and appurtenances to the said lots of land in any wise appertaining or belonging unto him the said Oliver H. P. Beall his heirs executors administrators forever in fee simple and the said Elizabeth Overstreet as aforesaid the rights and titles of said tracts of land and the appurtenances unto him the said Olver H. P. Beall his heirs executors and administrators and assigns will warrent and forever defend against herself her heirs executors and administrators and against all other persons whatsoever. In testimony whereof the said Elizabeth Overstreet hath hereunto set her hand and seal the day and year above written.
[Elizabeth Pauline Beall Overstreet]
Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of
John L. McLamore? N. P. E C Ga