John Hooser Land Transactions
Wayne County, Tennessee
16 Jan 1838 John Hooser to William Hawk conveys the plantation where Hooser now lives, one black mare, one cow and calf, and 30 head of hogs to secure debt to A. B. Gant in amount of $64.00. Witnesses: J. B. Morris, Harrison Christian, and Phillip Shull. (Deed of Trust, Wayne County, Tennessee, dated January 16, 1838, filed February 13, 1838, Deeds Book B, page 585.)
Red River County, Texas
25 Nov 1848 ALDARINE HUGHART and husband EDWARD HUGHART to JOHN HOUSER, WILLIAM HOUSER & N G BUTLER, jointly, $926.00, 463 acres to be taken out of tract on which I live of 1200 acres, the 1200 acres being Aldarine's as her separate property, 339 acres & 124 acres being hereby conveyed. Wit: JOHN WARD, JAMES HILL. (Deed Abstracts 1846-1855, Red River County, Texas, page 160.)
25 Nov 1848 WESLEY BYERS, per my agent J B FLOYD, to NATHAN BUTLER, JOHN HOOSER & WILLIAM HOOSER, $500. Wit: JOHN WARD. (Deed Abstracts 1846-1855, Red River County, Texas, page 162.)
14 Dec 1849 WILLIAM C HOOSER is bound to SOLOMON BRYANT, (deed was damaged by taping). Wit: N G BUTTER [sic Butler]. JOHN HOOSER. (Deed Abstracts 1846-1855, Red River County, Texas, page 326.)
17 Apr 1855 JOHN HOOSER, NATHAN G. BUTLER, and WILLIAM C. HOOSER, to JAMES M HAYS 110 acres deed to tract 8 miles E of N from Clarksville on waters of Pecan bayou, being part of headright of EDWARD HUGHART, known as part of 463 acres sold by HUGHART to us, and also as survey of JAMES R GIDDINS for $330. (Note that N. W. Hooser's property was referenced in the survey description.) (Deed Abstracts 1846-1855, Red River County, Texas, page 47.)
4 Sep 1857 JOHN HOOSER, WILLIAM C. HOOSER, AND MARTHA G. BUTLER, indenture for the sale of 58 acres, 40 acres, and the 14 acres on which N. W. Hooser now resides of the described land to DANIEL M. HOOSER for $1,000. Wit: S. BRYANT and N. W. HOOSER. (Deed Abstracts 1846-1855, Red River County, Texas, page 43.)
4 Sep 1857 JOHN HOOSER, WILLIAM C. HOOSER, and NATHAN G. BUTLER to SOLOMON BRYANT indenture for sale of 58 acres more or less of land described for $150 current money of the United States. Wit: N. W. HOOSER, Daniel HOOSER. (Deed Abstracts, Red River County, Texas, Book L, page 51.)
4 Oct 1869 JOHN HOOSER, WILLIAM C. HOOSER, and NATHAN G. BUTLER to JAMES M. HAYES 49 acres more or less of land described for $50. (Deed Abstracts, Red River County, Texas, Book Q, page 299.)
"William Houser" is William Cain Hooser (<John Hooser).
"N. G. Butler" is Nathan G. Butler, who is listed as head of family 201 on the 1850 Census for Red River County as John's neighbor, a family man, and tenant farmer originally from North Carolina.
"Daniel Hooser" is Daniel Marion Hooser (<John Hooser).
"N. W. Hooser" is Newton "Newt" W. Hooser (<John Hooser).
1997-2005 by Mary
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Last updated February 1, 2005.