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1824 Mar Term – James Chism 1824-103 5 1824103_0009. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
James Chism listed as a witness in case styled: McGehu & Alam v R & E Farish – judgment itemized.
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1824 Sept 9 – John Chism 1824-101 30 1824101_0020. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
… John Chism is a juror in Samuel H Babcock & Co. v McJohn & Olden(sp?)….
Chism, John 1824-101 31 1824101_0020
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1825 Feb 12 – John Chism 1826-104 209 1826104_0127. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
… Thomas Gowing and John Chism are jurors in Humphrey Chappell v Wiley Whatley & Elijah Whatley suit.
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1826 March Term – John Chism 1825-101 106 1825101_0114. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
… State v John Chism … presentment …
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1826 Oct Term – John Chism 1826-105 79 1826105_0111. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
The State v. John Chism – costs of court itemized.
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1826 Oct Term – John Chism 1825-101 155 1825101_0163. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
… State v. John Chism …
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1826 Oct Term – John Chism 1825-101 161 1825101_0169. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
…. State v. John Chism … presentment …
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1826 October Term – John Chism – Spiritous Liqours 1826-106 21 1826106_0013. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
State of Alabama v. John Chism – Presentment
… the 4th Monday in Sept 1825 … a Grand Jury found on presentment that John Chism late of the County of Tuskaloosa … on the 10th of Oct 1825 … did retail spritous liquors … without a license
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Chism, John 1826-106 22 1826106_0014 10 Oct 1825
Chism, John 1826-106 23 1826106_0014
Chism, John 1826-106 24 1826106_0015

1826 Oct Term – John Chism, Road Maintenance 1826-106 219-222 1826106_0109 Oct Term 1826. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
State of Alabama v. John Chism, deft} … on the 2d Monday after the 4th Monday in Sept in the year 1826 William Kennon foreman, (names of other jurors listed) … returned unto Court & exhibited a bill of prosecution(sp?) against the defendant in form following, to wit:
The Grand Jurors for the State of Alabama … on the 1st day of July 1826 there was and yet is a common and public highway in the county afsd called the Road from Turkey Creek to intersect Crabb’s Road at Cardwells Hatter Shop – 3 precincts for all the citizens of our country to go pass and repass ride …. with their horses, coaches, carts and carriages in and along the same way at their free will and pleasure and that a certain part of the same common and public highway to wit Precinct No 1 extending from the top of the Hill north of Turkey Creek to North River in said county over which John Chism was the overseer was at the time aforesaid and for more than 15 days together between that time and the 20th day of August last out of repair miry deep less than 20 feet wide with stumps more than 6 inches above the surface of the ground for want of due and needful and necessary reparation and amendment of the same by the overseer aforesaid contrary to the form and effect of the statute in such cases made and provided and against the peace and dignity of the State of Alabama. (Signed by grand jurors).
Whereupon on the 15th day of January in the year afsd the sd State of Alabama by Constantine Perkins Esqr attorney General … sued out a writ of capias ad respondendum agt the defendant directed to the Sheriff of said county in the following words and figures, to wit:
… commanded to take the body of John Chism ... safely keep so that you have his body before the judge of our next circuit court … on the 2d Monday after the 4th Monday in February instant …. for neglect of duty as overseer … Feb 15, 1827. Signed: John M Jenkins, Clerk.
… John Chism and James McFarland are held firmly bound unto John Murphy Governor of the State of Alabama …. in the sum of 50 dollars each … 8th day of March 1827 … condition … if the said John Chism shall make his personal appearance … for neglect of duty as overseer of a road … then this oblication to be void … Signed: John Chism, James McFarland. March 8, 1827.
The State of Alabama, Tuskaloosa County, Circuit Court, October Term 1826
(Circuit Ct Pleas)
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1826 Oct 2 – John Chism, $10 fine in sheriff custody until paid 1826-106 27 1826106_0015. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… we John Chism and Stephen Beesley are held and firmly bound unto John Murphy Governor of the State of Alabama … in the penal sum of 200 dollars … the condition … if the above bound John Chism shall make his personal appearance at the next term of the circuit court to be holden for the County of Tuskaloosa then and there to answer a charge … for retailing spiritous liquirs without a license and not depart said court without leave then the above obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue.
Signed: John Chism, Stephen Beesly.
… sundry witnesses being sworn and examined it is considered by the court that the State of Alabama … recover against the defendant a fine of 10 dollars besides the costs of this prosecution …
(Circuit Ct Pleas)
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1826 Oct 12 – John Chism 1824-101 522 1824101_0267. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
 Thomas Gowing and John Chism are jurors … in Humphrey Chappell v Wiley Whatley appeal.
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1826 Oct 12 – John Chism 1824-101 526 1824101_0269. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
… Thomas Gowing and John Chism are jurors in Thomas Taylor v Edmund P Baur – debt case.
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1826 Oct 16 – John Chism 1824-101 550 1824101_0281. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
… State v. John Chism … pleads guilty fined 10 dollars plus costs … (charges not clear on page).
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1827 February – The State of Alabama v. James Chism} Assault and Battery (against Daniel Daugherty). Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… at a Circuit Court … for the County of Tuscaloosa … Benjamin Whitfield foreman, Thomas Hogg Sr, Robert Walker, William Cole, Zachariah Simpson, Asa Smith, Richard Murphy, Job Going, William Pearson, Abel Pennington, Alexander D Gamble, Jacob Wizzer, James Knox, John W Bealle, and Merryman Pounds … empannelled … to enquire for the body of the County of Tuscaloosa … exhibited against the Defendant a bill of indictment …
… say that James Chism late of the County of Tuscaloosa in the County of Tuscaloosa on the 13 day of March in the year 1827 with force and arms at the County afsd in and upon one Daniel Daugherty in the peace of God and our Country then and there being did make an assault and him the said Daniel Daugherty then and there did beat, bruise, wound and ill treat and other wrongs to the said Daniel Daugherty then and there did to the great damage of the said Daniel Daugherty and against the peace and dignity of the State of Alabama. Signed: Const. Perkins, Attorney General for the State of Alabama.
… Sheriff of Tuscaloosa … commanded to take the body of James Chism if to be found in your County and him safely keep so that you have his body before the Judge of our next Circuit Court … the 2d Monday after the 4th Monday in Sept next … for assaulting and beating one Daniel Daugherty in the County of Tuscaloosa afsd … Signed:
… John M Jenkins, Clerk. Aug 24, 1827.
… Sheriff afsd returned … “we James Chism & ____ are held and bound unto John Murphy Gov of Alabama … in the sum of 50 dollars … we bind ourselves … jointly and severally … this 31st day of August 1827 … condition … James Chism has been this day apprehended by the Shff of Tuscaloosa county by a capias … on a charge of assaulting and beating one Daniel Daugherty …
… if said James Chism shall make his personal appearance … our next Circuit Court … on the 2d Monday after the 4th Monday in Sept next … to answer the foregoing charge and not depart … then this obligation void … Signed: James Chism, John Chism, William Robertson.
… Defendant pleads … not guilty … trial puts himself upon the Country and the Attorney General … came a Jury … say the defendant is guilty … assess a fine against him of 22 dollars and 50 cents … as John Chism in his own proper person and the said John Chism agreeing as security for the defendant that judgment shall be awarded against him for the fine and costs recovered against the said defendant in this prosecution … the defendant be discharged from custody … Tuscaloosa County recover of the said John Chism security as afsd 22 dollars and 50 cents the fine afsd together with the said costs ….
Chism, James $22.5 fine Assault & Battery 1826-106 290 1826106_0145 Mar Term 1827
Chism, James 1826-106 291 1826106_0145
(Circuit Ct Pleas)
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1827 February – The State of Alabama v. James Chism} Assault and Battery (against Elijah South). Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… that on the 13 day of March 1827 … with force and arms … upon one Elijah South … did beat, bruise, wound and ill treat and other wrongs to the said Elijah South … to the great damage of the said Elijah South and against the peace … of the State of Alabama. Signed: Const Perkins, Atty Gen. State of Alabama.
… the 24th day of August 1827 … a writ of capias ad respondendum against the defendant … commanded to take the body of James Chism … before the Judge of our nxt Circuit Court … to answer a charge to be exhibited against him on behalf of the State of Alabama for assaulting and beating one Elijah South….
… Shff returned … “we James Chism & John Chism & William Robinson are held and bound unto John Murphy Gov of Alabama … in the sum of 50 dollars … this 31s day of Aug 1827 … condition … James Chism shall make his personal appearance before the Judge of our next Circuit Court … to answer the afsd charge … Signed: James Chism, John Chism, William Robertson.
… the said defendant being charged … pleads thereto not guilty … jury … on their oaths do say the defendant is guilty … a fine against him of 5 dollars …
…. as John Chism in his own proper person and the said John Chism agreeing that judgment shall be awarded against him as security for the defendant … the said defendant … be discharged from custody …. Tuscaloosa County recover against the said John Chism the sum of 5 dollars the fine assessed …
Chism, James his mark 1826-106 292 1826106_0146 31 Aug 1827
Chism, James 2nd Assault & Battery charge 1826-106 293 1826106_0146 Mar Term 1827
Chism, James 1826-106 294 1826106_0147
Chism, James his mark 1826-106 295 1826106_0147
Chism, John 1826-106 292 1826106_0146
Chism, John 1826-106 293 1826106_0146
Chism, John 1826-106 295 1826106_0147
Chism, John 1826-106 296 1826106_0148
(Circuit Ct Pleas)
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1827 March 21 – John Chism, 1827-101 43 1827101_0028. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
State v John Chism}
This day came Constantine Perkins Esqr Atty Gen for the State of Alabama who prosecutes in behalf of the said State, and intruct a Nolle prosequi. It is therefor …. by the Court that the Defendant go hence without day etc. (Circuit Ct Minutes)
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1827 May 26 – John Chism to Francis Cooper. Delilah Chism, wife of John Chism relinquished dower rights. Wit: Thomas Johnston, Jacob Harden. Book F. P. 99. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1827 May 26 – … between John Chism of the first part and Francis Cooper of the second part … in consideration of the sum of 100 dollars … convey unto the party of the second part … the West half of the NE quarter of Section 32 of Township 18 and Range 9 west in the Dist of Tuscaloosa and State of Alabama containing 77 acres and 81/100ths of land …
… Signed: John Chism, Delilah Chism. Wit: Thomas Johnston, Jacob Harden.
Delilah Chism the wife of the afsd John Chism … relinquished her right of Dower …
Deed bk F, p 99. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1827 Oct Term – John Chisem Surety 1826-105 214 1826105_0248. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
Judgments at October Term 1827
Parties: State v. James Chisim & John Chisim surety. #1763. Page. 219.
(Itemization of property seized and sold)
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1827 October Term – John Chism 1826-105 214b 1826105_0248 23 Feb 1828. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
… State v. James Chisem & John Chisem security – costs of court are itemized.
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1827 Oct 15 – James Chism, A & B 1827-101 218 1827101_0113. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
State v James Chism} A&B Plea not guilty.
This day came Constantine Perkins Esqr atty genl for the State of Alabama who prosecuted in behalf of the said State as well as the Defendant in his own proper person and the said Defendant being charged in the Bill of Indictment pleads thereto not guilty and for trial puts himself upon the Country and the attorney general doth the like whereupon came a jury to wit : James Hudson, Thomas Cherry, Joseph Fal, Archd Hogan, Walter Watkins, Geo. Thomas, Reuben Banat, David Dunlap, John Ronson, Joshua Brown, Constantin P Arthur, Solomon Webb …. in their oaths do say the Defendant is guilty in manner and form as charged in the Bill of Indictment and they assess a fine against him of 22 dollars and 50 cents by reason thereof.
… also found guilty on 2d charge – fined 5 dollars … (Circuit Ct Minutes)
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1827 Oct 19 – James Chism, 1827-101 233 1827101_0120 19 Oct 1827. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
State v. James Chism. Order by Court to collect judgments for $22.50 and $5. (Circuit Ct Minutes)
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1829 Oct Term – John Chism, 1827-103 121 1827103_0066. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
State v John Hoy. Witness John Chism for the State, 4 days 12 and 1/2 ch F(C) 4: 12 and 1/2.
(Circuit Court Witness Docket 1827-1831)
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1830 – in the 1830 United States Federal Census
Name: [John Chism]
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Free White Persons – Males – 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 60 thru 69: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 30 thru 39: 1
Slaves – Females – 24 thru 35: 1
Free White Persons – Under 20: 1
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 3
Total Free White Persons: 5
Total Slaves: 1
Total – All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 6
Year: 1830; Census Place: Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Series: M19; Roll: 3; Page: 328; Family History Library Film: 0002330
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1830 – in the 1830 United States Federal Census
Name: Lewis Chism
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Free White Persons – Males – 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 50 thru 59: 1
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 2
Total – All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 2
Year: 1830; Census Place: Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Series: M19; Roll: 3; Page: 298; Family History Library Film: 0002330  https://www.ancestry.com/discoveryui-content/view/1018280:8058?tid=&pid=&queryId=b237139b8e388c61a0be7673ed1c51ac&_phsrc=Zmn24&_phstart=successSource

1830 – in the 1830 United States Federal Census
Name: [Middleton Chism]
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Free White Persons – Males – 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons – Females – Under 5: 2
Free White Persons – Females – 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons – Under 20: 2
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 4
Total – All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 4
Year: 1830; Census Place: Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Series: M19; Roll: 3; Page: 300; Family History Library Film: 0002330
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1830 Jan 20 – William Chisolm 1831-104 296 1831104_0152. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… The President & Directors of the Banke of the State of Alabama v. Sion L Perry, Matt Galye, William Chisolm, and William W Olds …
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1830 Feb 16 – Middleton Chism 1830-103 2 1830103_0005. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Middleton Chism summoned as a juror.
(Circuit Ct Minutes 1830)
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1830 Apr 12 – Middleton Chism 1830-103 159 1830103_0083. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Middleton Chism summoned to be on the veneer as a juror.
(Circuit Ct Minutes 1830)
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1830 Apr 21 – Thomas Kinman, use of N M Caruthers v. John Chism 1829-101 368 1829101_0192. Tuscaloosa Co, AL
… Assumpsit. Suit on a note made Feb 15, 1820…
Chism, John 1829-101 369 1829101_0192 15 Feb 1820
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1830 July 28 – William Chisolm 1830-106 183 1830106_0101. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
…The President & Directors of the Banke of the State of Alabama v. Wm W Olds.
… suit on a Bill of exchange drawn by William W Olds bearing date 17 March 1830 on James Taylor … requiring Taylor to pay James Hatcher within 60 days … 1200 dollars … Bill of Exchange was endorsed by said James Hatcher to William Chisolm, and by him endorsed to Daniel M Riggs, and by Daniel M Riggs endorsed to the plaintiffs ….
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Chisolm, William 1830-106 184 1830106_0102
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1830 Aug 19 – William Chisolm 1830-106 235 1830106_0127. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… The President & Directors of the Banke of the State of Alabama v. William Chisolm …
… suit on a Bill of exchange drawn by William W Olds bearing date 17 March 1830 on James Taylor … requiring Taylor to pay James Hatcher within 60 days … 1200 dollars … Bill of Exchange was endorsed by said James Hatcher to William Chisolm, and by him endorsed to Daniel M Riggs, and by Daniel M Riggs endorsed to the plaintiffs ….
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Chisolm, William 1830-106 236 1830106_0128
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Chisolm, William 1830-106 237 1830106_0128
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1830 Oct 4 – William Chisolm 1830-103 275 1830103_0141. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama.
The President & Directors of the Banke of the State of Alabama v. Wm W Olds.
… bank suing William W. Olds for bill of exch drawn date of 17 March 1830 on James Taylor … 60 days to pay James Hatcher 1200 dollars at the Bank of Mobile … endorsed by the said James Hatcher to William Chisholm, and by him endorsed to Daniel M Riggs, and by Daniel M Riggs endorsed to the plaintiff …
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1830 Oct 4 – William Chisolm 1830-103 313 1830103_0160. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama.
The President & Directors of the Banke of the State of Alabama v. William Chisolm
… Constantine Perkins Esqr attorney General for the State of Alabama and atty for the President and directors of the Bank of the State of Alabama … suit on a Bill of exchange drawn by William W Olds bearing date 17 March 1830 on James Taylor … requiring Taylor to pay James Hatcher within 60 days … 1200 dollars … Bill of Exchange was endorsed by said James Hatcher to William Chisolm, and by him endorsed to Daniel M Riggs, and by Daniel M Riggs endorsed to the plaintiffs ….
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Chisolm, William 1830-103 314 1830103_0161 4 Oct 1830
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1830 Nov 1 – Name: Frances Chism
Land Office: Tuscaloosa
Document Number: 6835
Total Acres: 79.5
Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No
Issue Date: 1 Nov 1830
Mineral Rights Reserved: No
Metes and Bounds: No
Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No
Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No
Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
Land Description: 1 W½SW ST STEPHENS No 23N 10E 34
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1830 Nov 1 – Name: Frances Chism
Issue Date: 1 Nov 1830
Place: Bibb, Alabama, USA
Land Office: Tuscaloosa
Meridian: St Stephens
Township: 23-N
Range: 10-E
Section: 34
Accession Number: AL0770__.217
Document Number: 6835
Original URL: http://glorecords.blm.gov/details/patent/default.aspx?accession=AL0770__.217&docClass=STA&sid=2vganopb.moh
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1831 Jan 4 – Name: John Chism
Land Office: Tuscaloosa
Document Number: 7187
Total Acres: 79.5
Signature: Yes
Canceled Document: No
Issue Date: 4 Jan 1831
Mineral Rights Reserved: No
Metes and Bounds: No
Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No
Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No
Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
Land Description: 1 E½SW ST STEPHENS No 23N 10E 34
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1831 Jan 4 – Name: John Chism
Issue Date: 4 Jan 1831
Place: Bibb, Alabama, USA
Land Office: Tuscaloosa
Meridian: St Stephens
Township: 23-N
Range: 10-E
Section: 34
Accession Number: AL0780__.059
Document Number: 7187
Original URL: http://glorecords.blm.gov/details/patent/default.aspx?accession=AL0780__.059&docClass=STA&sid=lauviwid.ary
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1831 March 7 – William Chisolm 1831-105 394 1831105_0210. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… The President & Directors of the Banke of the State of Alabama v. Sion L Perry, Matt Gayle, William Chisolm, and William W Olds.
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Chisolm, William 1831-105 395 1831105_0211

1831 March 7 – William Chisolm 1831-106 122 1831106_0076. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… The President & Directors of the Banke of the State of Alabama v. James W McClung, William Chisolm, William W Olds …
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Chisolm, William 1831-106 123 1831106_0076
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Chisolm, William 1831-106 124 1831106_0077
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1831 April 5 – William Chisolm 1831-104 17 1831104_0012. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… The President & Directors of the Banke of the State of Alabama v. James W McClung, William Chisolm, William W Olds
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1831 May 16 – William Chisolm endorser 1830-105 8 1830105_0027. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… The President & Directors of the Banke of the State of Alabama v. William Chisolm … judgment and damages.
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1831 June Term – Chism, John 1822-101 87 1822101_0052 Jun Term 1831. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
Thomas Kinman use of Hugh M Caruthers v. John Chism, executed
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1831 Oct 8 – William Chisolm 1831-104 344 1831104_0181. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… The President & Directors of the Banke of the State of Alabama v. James W McClung, William Chisolm, William W Olds ..
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William Chisolm 1831-104 345 1831104_0181
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1831 Dec 13 – John Chism, 1829-104 151 1829104_0085. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Thomas Kinman use of Hugh M Caruthers v. John Chism. Assumpsit.
This day came the parties by their attornies and the plaintiff moved for judgment by default for want of a plea …. defendant had failed to plead within the time prescribed by law … plaintiff recover of the defendant … 122 dollars his damages … defendant’s non performance of the assumption in the plaintiff’s declaration metioned …
(County Ct Minutes 1829-1834)
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1832 Nov 15 – Hansford J Fears m. Peachy Chisholm p. 52. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C957-H9NL-2?i=139&cat=366715

1832 Nov 15 – Name: Peachy Chism
Spouse: Hansford J Fears
Marriage Date: 15 Nov 1832
County: Tuscaloosa
State: Alabama
Source Information: Hunting For Bears
Ancestry.com. Alabama, U.S., Marriage Index, 1800-1969 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
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1833 Feb 11 – John Chism and wife Delila Chism to John O Cummins & Co.
Deed bk J, p 98. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1833 Feb 16 – John Chism to Nimrod W Ware, Deed bk J, p 28 Tuscaloosa Co, AL. (index)
p. 26 – This indenture made the 16th day of February in the year of our Lord 1833 between John Chism of the first part and Nimrod W Ware of the second part Witnesseth that the said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 250 dollars to him in hand paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents by the said party of the second part the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained sold and conveyed and doth by these presents … Lot numbered 5 in the Town of North Tuskaloosa said lot lying on the west side Main Street joining Balling lot on the North having 30 feet in front and extending back Mrs Marr’s line … p. 27 and the reversion and revearsions remainder and remainders rental issues … by the part of the second part … all the estate right title interest claim or demand whatsoever of him said party of the first part … to the above bargained premises and every part and parcel thereof …
Signed: John Chism
Filed for registration th 16th day of February 1833 and on the same day and rear recorded in Book J, pages 28 & 29. Attest John A Hodges, Clerk.
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1833 Feb 16 – John Chism to Nimrod W Ware, lot in North Tuskaloosa.
Book J, p 28. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1833 March 7 – John Chism fr A McGuire, Deed bk J, p 53 Tuscaloosa Co, AL. (index)
… between Abner McGuire of the first part and John Chism of the second part … said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 200 dollars … convey unto the said party of the second part … the East half of the SW quarter of Section 34 in Township 20 of Range 10 West in the District of Tuscaloosa and State of Alabama containing 80 acres … to the said John Chism
Signed: Abner McGuire
Wit: Mi. Forston, Moses McGuire.
Filed for registration the 7th day of March 1833 … recorded in book J, pages 53 and 54. Attest John A Hodges, Clerk.
https://probate.tuscco.com/ProbateRecords/search (NOTE: Abner McGuire and his father Merry McGuire were involved in multiple land transactions with Drury Going/Goyen b. 1749 and his family in Chester/Union/York Co, SC – Drury B. Going/Goyen is son-in-law of Nancy Chisholm, sister of John Chism).
1833 March 7 – Abner McGuire to John Chism. 80 Acres.
Deed bk J, p 33. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1833 May 18 – John Chism to Aaron Lockhart, Deed bk J, p 280 Tuscaloosa Co, AL. (index)
… between John Chism of the first part and Aaron Lockhart of the second part … the said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 300 dollars … by the said party of the second part … convey unto the said party of the second part … the following described piece or parcel of ground situate … in the Village of North Tuscaloosa or Kentuckey it being Lot No. 8 commencing on Main Street or the Road 120 feet North of John O’Cummins corner or lot and running west from said street to Mrs Marr’s line and including all the ground North of that line that lies in the forks of the road …
Signed: John Chism
Personally appeared before me Moses McGuire, Clerk of the County Court for said County John Chism who acknowledged that he signed seald and delivered the foregoing deed to Aaron Lockhart … given under my hand and seal this 18th day of July AD 1833. Moses McGuire, Clerk.
Filed for registration in my office on the 18th day of July 1833 and on the 7th day of January 1834 recorded in Book J, pages 280 and 281. Teste Moses McGuire, Clerk.
https://probate.tuscco.com/ProbateRecords/search (NOTE: Job Going is married to Rebecca Lockhart – Aaron Lockhart is the name of Rebecca Lockhart Going’s father. This Aaron Lockhart is the nephew of Job Going and Rebecca Lockhart Going. Job Going and Rebecca Lockhart Going are aunt and uncle of Drury B Going who is son-in-law of Nancy Chisholm).

1833 June 5 – John Chism fr Otis Dyer, Deed bk J, p 145 Tuscaloosa Co, AL. (index)
… between Otis Dyer of the first part and John Chisolm of the second part … said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 100 dollars … by the said party of the second part … sell and convey unto the said party of the second part … the following lot of ground lying in the Town of Kentuck opposite to the Town of Tuskaloosa, the said lot of ground is 25 feet on the Road or Street commencing on Thomas Glaze and on which is an Ware House or Stor in charge of John White the said lot of ground extends 100 feet …
Signed: Otis Dyer
Filed for registration the 5th day of June 1833 and on the 10th day of the same month and year recorded in Book J, pages 145 and 146. Attest John A Hodges, Clerk.
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1833 Oct 21 – John Chism to Dillon Blevins, Deed bk J, p 251 Tuscaloosa Co, AL. (index)
… between John Chism of the first part and Dillon Blevins of the second part …. the said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 200 dollars … by the party of the second part … sell and convey unto the said party of the second part …. the E half of the SW quarter of Section 34 in Township 20 of Range 10 West in the District of Tuscaloosa and State of Alabama containing 80 acres
Signed: John Chism
Filed for Registration the 21 day of October and on the ___ day of November 1833 Recorded in Book J, page 251.
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1833 Oct 21 – John Chism to Dillon Blevens 80 acres.
Deed bk J, p 251. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.
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1834 Jan 13 – John Chism to Thomas Glaze, Deed bk J, p 289 Tuscaloosa Co, AL. (index)
… between John Chism of the first part and Thomas Glaze of the second part … said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 110 dollars … receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, hath granted … sell and convey unto the said party of the second part … a lot of ground lying in Kentuck in Tuscaloosa County on the North side of the Warrior River called the fifth lot from Simington’s Corner West of Main Street and North of Simington’s corner 36 feet in front of and extending back to the Lower Ferry Road …
Signed: John Chism
Wit: Moses McGuire.
Filed for Registration the 13 day of January 1834 and on the 15th day the same month and year recorded in Book J, pages 289 & 290. Teste Moses McGuire, Clerk.
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1833 Oct 24 – Lewis Chism m. Rilla Freeman, Oct 24, 1833; 24 Oct. by Rubin Dodson, JP. p 325. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama

1833 Oct 24 – Lewis Chisholm m. Rilla Freeman p. 28. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1833 Oct 24 – Name: Lewis Chism
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 24 Oct 1833
Marriage Place: Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Spouse: Rella Framan
FHL Film Number: 1290745
Ancestry.com. Alabama, U.S., Select Marriage Indexes, 1816-1942 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc, 2014.
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1834 March 23 – Middleton Chism 1832-102 104 1832102_0096. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
State v. Thomas McCann – Middleton Chism is subpoenaed as a witness.
(Circuit Ct Subpoena Docket 1832-34)
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1834 July Term – Chism, John 1822-101 104 1822101_0061 July Term 1834. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
John L Tindall, endorsee v John Chism, apt} Dismissed in clerks office 18 July 1834
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1834 July 16 – Robert Chisholm m. Mary Busby (16) p. 28. Tuscaloosa Co, AL
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1834 July 16 – Name: Robert Chism
Spouse: Mary Busby
Marriage Date: 16 Jul 1834
County: Tuscaloosa
State: Alabama
Source Information: Hunting For Bears
Ancestry.com. Alabama, U.S., Marriage Index, 1800-1969 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
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1834 July 18 – John Chism, 1829-104 496 1829104_0258. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
John L Tindall (bearer) v John Chism} Assumpsit.
On the application as well of the plaintiff as the defendant in their own proper persons this suit is dismissed and the judgment is rendered in favor of the plaintiff against the defendant for the costs about the sum expended according to the statute in such cases made and provided.
(County Ct Minutes 1829-1834)
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1834 Sept 12 – … between John Chism of the first part and Joseph F Williams of the second part … in consideration of the sum of 200 dollars … convey unto the party of the second part … Lot No 7 in the Town of North Tuscaloosa … on Main Street on the Road on the West side 195 feet north of Simontons corner … thence with the road north 30 feet to Lockarts corner and extending back the full depth of said Lot to Mrs Marrs Road … Signed: John Chism.
Registered the 13th day of Sept 1834.
Deed bk K, p. 117. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
https://probate.tuscco.com/ProbateRecords/search (NOTE: Job Going is married to Rebecca Lockhart – Aaron Lockhart is the name of Rebecca Lockhart Going’s father. This Aaron Lockhart is the nephew of Job Going and Rebecca Lockhart Going. Job Going and Rebecca Lockhart Going are aunt and uncle of Drury B Going who is son-in-law of Nancy Chisholm).  1834 Sept 12 – John Chism to Joseph F Williams, Lot in Tuskaloosa.
Deed bk K, p 117. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1835 Jan Term – Chism, John 1822-101 108 1822101_0063 Jan Term 1835. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
John Chism v Henry Sossaman, apt. Appearance Docket.
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1835 Jan 24 – … between Otis Dyer of the first part and John Chism of the second part … in consideration of the sum of 500 dollars … convey unto the said party of the second part … lot or parcel of land lying and being in North Tuscaloosa (or (Kentuck) described as follows. Commencing on a cross street running from the Main Street to Marrs Ferry Road and extending up the Main Street of Kentuck North to the Junction of Main Street with Mars Ferry Road the said lot is in the shape of a triangle … Signed: Otis Dyer, Maria Dyer. Wit: Moses McGuire. Recorded June 1, 1835.
Deed bk L, p 23. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1835 Feb 8 – … between John Chism and Delila his wife of the first part and Charles G Pitcher of the second part …. in consideration of the sum of 250 dollars … confey unto the party of the second part … parcel of ground … in the Village of North Tuscaloosa … commensing on Main Street 30 feet from Charles Snows corner … with said Street to T B Haneys lot said Haneys lot extending 25 feet south fr J O Cummins line … (said lot extending 40 feet from said Snows corner) … to William Marrs line … Signed: John Chism, Delilah Chism. Wit: Moses McGuire
Deed bk L, p 4. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
https://probate.tuscco.com/ProbateRecords/search 1835 Feb 8 – John Chism and wife Delilah to Charles G Pitcher, 8 Feb 1835. Lots in North Tuscaloosa.
Deed bk L, p 2. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.
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1835 Sept 11 – John C Arthur decd. David Skelton applies to be admin. Securities: William Jennings, Richard W. Barker. Appraisers: Merry McGuire, William Jennings, R W Barker, John Chizm and Matthew Duffee.
p. 87. Orphans Court Records Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C957-H9NF-B?i=174&cat=366715 (NOTE: Abner McGuire and his father Merry McGuire were involved in multiple land transactions with Drury Going/Goyen b. 1749 and his family in Chester/Union/York Co, SC – Drury B. Going/Goyen is son-in-law of Nancy Chisholm, sister of John Chism).

1835 Nov 13 – John S Parish decd. John C Cabaniss applies for letters of admin. Securities: Thomas Cummings, John Chism. The decd left no widow within the state. Appraisers: Thomas Cummings, John Chism, Ransom Covey, John K Pierce, Matthew Duffee.
Book 1, p. 161. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1836 Feb 18 – … between John Chism and his wife Delila Chism of the first part and Rice and Lynch of the second part … in consideration of the sum of 150 dollars … convey unto the said party of the second part … Lot or parce of ground lying in the Town of North Tuscaloosa … at the corner of John C Cummings house … south on the street or road towards the River 25 feet to the corner of C G Pitchers lot thence west to Mrs Mars line on the road thence along said line 25 feet to Cummings lot thence along Cummings line East to the place of the beginning. Signed: John Chism, Delila Chism. Wit Moses McGuire, Clk. Recorded Feb 18, 1836.
Deed bk L, p 350. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
https://probate.tuscco.com/ProbateRecords/search 1836 Feb 18 – John Chism and wife Delilah Chism to Rice & Lynch.
Deed bk L, p 360. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
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1836 Feb 19 – … between John Chism and his wife of the first part and E O Lynch of the second part … in consideration of the sum of 300 dollars … convey unto the party of the second part … land situate lying and being in North Tuscaloosa and known as Lot No. 7 lying on the N side of Broad Street bounded on the N by Aaron Lockarts lot and on the west by Mrs Mars Road or line and on the South by a lot owned by me … Signed: John Chism. Wit: Moses McGuire, Clk. Recorded the 23 day of Feb 1836.
Deed bk L, p 359. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama  https://probate.tuscco.com/ProbateRecords/search (NOTE: Job Going is married to Rebecca Lockhart – Aaron Lockhart is the name of Rebecca Lockhart Going’s father. This Aaron Lockhart is the nephew of Job Going and Rebecca Lockhart Going. Job Going and Rebecca Lockhart Going are aunt and uncle of Drury B Going who is son-in-law of Nancy Chisholm).

1836 Mar – John Chism, Gaming house 1837-104 51 1837104_0071. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
State v Thomas Atkins & John Chism, Gaming House. Sept 35 A true bill. Capis to issue and contd, issd and retd executed on Atkins – Chism not found – Mar 36 Atkins & securities called out alias to issue against Chism & contd issd and executed – Sep contd by the State.
… as Charles Adams witness for state. Continued by the State.
(Circuit Ct Trial Docket)
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1837 Jan 6 – … I John Chism am held firmly bound unto Emery W Rodgers in the penal sum of 8000 dollars the payment … to be made I bind myself … this 6th day of January 1837 …
The condition of the above obligations … above bound John Chism has sold unto the said Emery W Rogers one undivided half of Lots numberd 60, 65, 94, and 95 lying and being in North Tuscaloosa the two first named lots being front on which my Tavern stands and the two last named being back lots on which the stables etc belonging to the Tavern stands with the improvements etc for the sum of — thousand dollars and the said John Chism has also … unto the said Rogers runiture belonging to the said Tavern to the amount of 500 dollars making in all 4500 dollars 2000 of … is paid in hand and the remaining 2500 dollars to be paid in two equal installments the first of which is payable on the 25 day of December next and the remaining half the 25 day of December 1838.
Now if the said John Chism shall well and truly make unto the said Emery W Rogers a good and sufficient title deed in fee simple for one undivided half of the above named lots and improvements where full payment shall have been made as above … then the above obligations to be void … Signed: John Chism. Test: Moses McGuire … Recorded the 21 day of February 1838 …
Deed bk N, p 349. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1837 Mar Term – John Chism, Gaming house 1837-104 118 1837104_0137. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
State v Thomas Atkins & John Chism. Gaming House. Sept 35 A true bill. Capias to issue and contd issd and retd executed on Atkins. Chism not found. Mar 36 Atkins and securities called out. Alias to issue agt Chism and cont’d. Issd and executed. Sept: cont’d by the State. Mar 37 cont’d by the State. Continued by the Court.
(Circuit Ct Trial Docket)
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1838 Sept 17 – William F Woorster m. Mary Chism. (executed 17th).
p. 10. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1838 Sept 17 – Name: Mary Chism
Spouse: William F Woorster
Marriage Date: 17 Sep 1838
County: Tuscaloosa
State: Alabama
Source Information: Hunting For Bears
Ancestry.com. Alabama, U.S., Marriage Index, 1800-1969 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2006.
https://www.ancestry.com/discoveryui-content/view/13834:7838?tid=&pid=&queryId=b237139b8e388c61a0be7673ed1c51ac&_phsrc=Zmn23&_phstart=successSource

1839 March 16 – … between Otis Dyer and Reuben Dodson of the first part and John Chism of the second … in consideration of the sum of 150 dollars … convey unto the said party of the second part … land (viz) lot No 26 and all that part of lot No 63 that is not deeded to Larkin Hammonds … Signed: Otis Dyer, Reuben Dodson. Recorded Oct 24, 1839.
Deed bk Q, p 147. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1839 June 7 – Deed bk P, page 412. John Chism and wife Delila to Austin W. Richardson, all of Tuscaloosa, 7 June 1839.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-C957-H9T8-J?i=824&cat=366715

1839 Sept – John Chism, A & B with intent to murder; Retailing; C1o8n4ce0a-1le0d1 weapons71 1840101_0077. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
State v John Chism No. 46, A&B with intent to murder. Sept 39, A true bill capias to issue and cont’d isd & retd not found Mar 40 … to issue & cont’d. Another capias
1839 Sept – State v John Chism – Retailing – Sept 39, a true bill capias to issue & contd issd & retd not found. Mar 40 … to issue and contd. Another capias
1839 Sept – State v John Chism – Consealed weapons. Sept 39 a true bill capias to issue & contd not found Mar 40 … to issue & cont’d. Another capias.
(Circuit Ct Trial Docket 1840-41)
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1839 Sept 13 – Lewis Chism, 1839-108 97 1839108_0101. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Davis C Whitted v. John Chism & Emery Rogers. John Sexton and Lewis Chism subpoenaed as witnesses for Defendant. Sept 13, 1839 – not found
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1839 Dec 2 – Lewis Chism, 1840-112 21 1840112_0027. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Davis C Whitted v John Chism and Emery Rogers. John Sexton and Lewis Chism subpoenaed as wit for Defendant. Dec 2, 1839
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1840 US Census Name: [Lewis Chism]
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Free White Persons – Males – 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons – Females – Under 5: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons – Under 20: 2
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 4
Total All Persons – Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 4
Year: 1840; Census Place: Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: 16; Page: 249; Family History Library Film: 0002335
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1840 US Census Name: [Middleton Chism]
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Free White Persons – Males – 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons – Males – 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons – Females – Under 5: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons – Females – 10 thru 14: 2
Free White Persons – Females – 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons – Under 20: 5
Free White Persons – 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total All Persons – Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 7
Year: 1840; Census Place: Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: 16; Page: 198; Family History Library Film: 0002335
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1840 US Census Name: [Ann Chisholm]
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Free White Persons – Females – 60 thru 69: 1
Total Free White Persons: 1
Total All Persons – Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 1
Year: 1840; Census Place: Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: 16; Page: 200; Family History Library Film: 0002335
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1840 Feb Term – John Chism, 1840-109 13 1840109_0025. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Smith & Allen v. John Chism and Joel Shurley.
Judgment 3d February 1840 – Damages: $580.00
March 16, 1840 Fi Fa, July 1840 – Recd 30 Mar 1840 – no property found in any County to make the money on this FiFa or any part thereof June 8, 1840. Signed: W Braly, Shff
Dec 14, 1840 Alias, Feb 1841 – Recd 17 Dec 1840 – no property found in my county to make the money on this fifa – Dec 9 1840. Signed: W Braly, Shff.
(County Court Judgments 1840)
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1840 Feb Term – John Chism, 1840-109 38 1840109_0051. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
William Buckley v. John Chism and Joel Shirley.
Judgt 3d Feb 1840. Damaes $383.93
Fifa March 17, 1840. July 1840 – Received 30 March 1840. No property found in my County to make the money on this FiFa or any part thereof June 15, 1840. Signed: W Braly, Shff.
(County Court Judgments 1840)
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1840 Mar Term – John Chism 1840-105 28 1840105_0046 Mar Term 1840. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Otis Dyer & Reuben Dodson v John Chism etal, Assumpsit, Sept ’39 contd. Judgt.
(Circuit Ct Trial Docket 1840)
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1840 Mar Term – John Chism 1840-105 29 1840105_0047 Mar Term 1840. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Davis C Whitted v John Chism and Emery Rogers, Assumpsit. Sept 39 contd. Judgt.
(Circuit Ct Trial Docket 1840)
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1840 March Term – John Chism, Master of the Steam Boat Choctaw 1840-105 36 1840105_0054 Mar Term 1840. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Ezekiel W Young v John Chism master of the Steam Boat Choctaw. No. 213. Libel. Sept ’39, Cont’d.
(Circuit Ct Trial Docket 1840)
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1840 Mar Term – John Chism steamboat master 1840-113 63 1840113_0078. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Ezekiel W Young v John Chism master of the Steamboat Choctaw. Damages plus costs itemized – total: $109.25.
Recd same day issued – Tuscaloosa – No property found in my county to make the money on this fifa etc July 23, 1840 W Braly …
Greene – No property found in my county Mar 15, 1844, C J Gully Shff, GC, by O M Bushell.
(Circuit Ct Judgments 1840)
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1840 Mar – John Chism a&b with intent to murder; concealed wea1p8o4n1-106 63 1841106_0081. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
1840 Mar – State v John Chism No 20 – A&B with intent to murder. Sept 39 a true bill capias to issue & contd issd retd not found. Mar 40 Al to issue & contd Sept pl to issue and contd Mar ’41 Al pl to issue to Lawrence County & contd. Not pros
1840 Mar – State v John Chism No 21 – Retailing. Sept 39 a true bill capias to issue & contd issd retd not found. Mar 40 Al to issue & contd Sept pl to issue and contd Mar ’41 Al pl to issue to Lawrence County & contd. Not pros
1840 Mar – State v John Chism No 22 – Consealed weapons. Sept 39 a true bill capias to issue & contd issd retd not found. Mar 40 Al to issue & contd Sept pl to issue and contd Mar ’41 Al pl to issue to Lawrence County & contd. Not pros
(Circuit Ct Trial Docket 1841)
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1840 July Term – John Chism, 1840-109 132 1840109_0148. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Thomas Caradine v. John Chism. No. 392. 22d July – Damages $100.00.
Fifa 12 Aug 1840 – Feb 1841 – Recd 25 Aug 1840. Cockrans …
Fifa 26 Dec 1840 – Feb 1841 – on exctn for $30.
Fifa 1 Apr 1841 – Recd Clerks and Judges fees 7 dollars. Signed: Moses McGuire, Clk.
(County Court Judgments 1840)
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1841 Mar Term – John Chism A & B with intent to Murder; Retailing; co1n8c4e1a-l1e0d1 weapon 72 1841101_0078 Mar Term 1841. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
State v John Chism No 31 – A&B with intent to Murder. Sept 39, a true bill capis to issue and contd issd retd not found. Mar 40 Al to issue & contd Sept pl to issue cont’d.
State v John Chism No 32 – Retailing. Sept 39, a true bill capis to issue and contd issd retd not found. Mar 40 Al to issue & contd Sept pl to issue cont’d.
State v John Chism No 33 – Concealed weapons. Sept 39, a true bill capis to issue and contd issd retd not found. Mar 40 Al to issue & contd Sept pl to issue cont’d.
(Circuit Ct Trial Docket 1841)
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1841 Sept 27 – John Chism A & B w/ intent to murder 1840-110 221 1840110_0119. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
State v John Chism No 20 – A&B with intent to Murder. This day came Matthew W Lindsay Esqr Attorney Genl etc and entered a note prosequi. It is therefore considered by the court that the Defendant go hence without day etc.
State v John Chism No 21 – Retailing. This day came Matthew W Lindsay Esqr Attorney Genl etc and entered a note prosequi. It is therefore considered by the court that the Defendant go hence without day etc.
State v John Chism No 22 – Con Weapons. This day came Matthew W Lindsay Esqr Attorney Genl etc and entered a note prosequi. It is therefore considered by the court that the Defendant go hence without day etc.
(Circuit Ct Minutes 1840-42)
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1841 Dec 14 – Lewis Chism of Tuscaloosa Co, husband of lawful marriage of Betty Chism, who is one of the heirs of Caty Nolen Freeman, who inherited slaves under will of Henry Madox. Quit Claim deed to Nimrod Freeman. p. 257. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1841 Dec 14 – Henry Maddox of Abbeville District in the State of South Carolina by his last Will and Testament in writing bearing date the 20th day of May 1806 did among other legacies therein contained give and bequeath unto his daughter Caty Nolen Freeman during her natural life his two negro girls Milly and Bet and after her death for them the said negro girls and their future increase to be equally divided among the bodily heirs lawfully begotten of the said Caty Nolen Freeman. No know ye that I Lewis Chism of the County of Tuscaloosa and State of Alabama the husband by lawful marriage of Betty Chism who is one of the lawful bodily heirs of the said Caty Nolen Freeman am by virtue of said marriage with my wife Betty entitled fully and in my own right after the death of the said Caty Nolen Freeman to an equal share with her other lawful bodily heirs in the two negro girls Milly and Bet afsd and their increase under the said last will and testament of Henry Maddox afsd and their increase under the said Last will and testament of Henry Maddox afsd. And that I the said Lewis Chism have this day for and in consideration of the sum of 100 dollars to me in hand paid by Nimrod Freeman of the County of Tuscaloosa and State of Alabama the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged released assigned confirmed … unto the said Nimrod Freemand … my right title … to the said Negro girls Milly and Bet and all their increase … Signed: Lewis Chism. Wit: Benjamin Whitfield, Halston S Whitfield.
Recorded August 3, 1843 …
Deed bk T, p. 257. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1843 March Term – John Chism, Assumpsit 1843-101 20 1843101_0027. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
William Duke and Robert Chandler v John Chism. No. 139. Assumpsit. Judgt.
(Circuit Ct Trial Docket 1843)
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1843 March Term – John Chism, Assumpsit 1843-102 20 1843102_0027. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
William Duke & Robert Chandler v John Chism, Assumpsit. No. 139.
(Circuit Ct Trial Docket 1843)
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1842 March 4 – Lewis Chism, 1841-103 85 1841103_0092. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
State v. A Wright and Jackson Freeman.
Lewis Chism is listed as a witness to be subpoenaed by the State … AND is listed as a witness for Defendant Jackson Freeman … Prosecution cannot find him, but Defendant Freeman has it served on Lewis Chism on March 4, 1842.
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1850 US Census Name: Middleton Chisom
[Chism]
Gender: Male. Age: 50. Birth Year: abt 1800
Birthplace: South Carolina
Home in 1850: District 2, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
Occupation: Farmer
Industry: Agriculture
Cannot Read, Write: Yes
Line Number: 40
Dwelling Number: 400
Family Number: 400
Household Members Age
Middleton Chisom 50
Creacy Chisom 45
Elizabeth Chisom 22
William Chism 12
Eliza Chism 16
Lousa P Chism 12
Sarah Chism 9
Lucinda Chism 5
Year: 1850; Census Place: District 2, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: 16; Page: 220b
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(Pages out of order – had to combine 2 pages – both with family number 400)

1850 US Census Name: Lewis Chism
Gender: Male
Age: 45, Birth Year: abt 1805
Birthplace: South Carolina
Home in 1850: District 2, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
Occupation: Farmer, Industry: Agriculture, Real Estate: 100
Cannot Read, Write: Yes
Line Number: 1, Dwelling Number: 448, Family Number: 448
Household Members Age
Lewis Chism 45
Reller Chism 35
James M Chism 15
Nelley Chism 13
Ann K Chism 7
Elizabeth M Chism 5
Martha A Chism 2
Zachary Taylor Chism 0
Year: 1850; Census Place: District 2, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Roll: 16; Page: 224b
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1850 US Census Name: William Chism
Gender: Male
Age: 47, Birth Year: abt 1803
Birthplace: North Carolina
Home in 1850: Subdivision 23, Marshall, Alabama, USA
Occupation: Farmer, Industry: Agriculture, Real Estate: 600
Cannot Read, Write: Yes
Line Number: 29, Dwelling Number: 270, Family Number: 270
Household Members Age
William Chism 47
Elizabeth Chism 43
Clemon C Chism 19
Caroline Chism 14
John C Chism 14
Year: 1850; Census Place: Subdivision 23, Marshall, Alabama; Roll: 10; Page: 227a
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1850 US Census Name: [James Trimmier]
Gender: Male, Age: 22, Birth Year: abt 1828
Birthplace: Alabama,
Home in 1850: Bluff, Marshall, Alabama, USA
Married within the Year: Yes
Occupation: Laborer, Industry: Industry Not Reported
Cannot Read, Write: Yes
Line Number: 6, Dwelling Number: 31, Family Number: 31
Household Members Age
James Trimier 22
Nancy Trimier 33
David Chism 16
Lee Roy Chism 14
Eliza Ann Chism 12
James Chism 11
Joel Chism 2
Year: 1850; Census Place: Bluff, Marshall, Alabama; Roll: 10; Page: 237b
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1850 May 25 – … whereas John Hammer has become my security on a note given to Cram Robertson for a mare for 65 dollars due 25 day of December next and whereas I Mid Chism beign willing to secure the said John Hammer from loss or harm as such security. Now for and in consideration … of 1 dollar to me in hand paid by the said John Hamner …. sold unto the said John Hamner a certain sorrel mare (the possession of which is to remain with said Chism until default be made in the payment of said note) … if the said Mid Chism shall pay said note so that the said John Hamner suffer nothing thereby then the forgoing conveyance to be void … Signed: Middleton Chism. Test: Moses McGuire. Recorded 25 May 1850 …
Deed bk Y, p 79. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1850 Dec 2 – Wyatt Bolton m. to Elizabeth Chisholm (4).
Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Marriages. p. 14
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1852 April 30 – Francis Chism to John Chism bk H, p 22. Bibb County, Alabama
… I Frances Chism of the County and State afsd … in consideration of the sum of 300 dollars … to me in hand paid … by John Chism of the County and State afsd … confirm unto the said John Chism … land known and designated by its numbers as the W half of the SW quarter of Section 34 Township 23 and Range 10 E in the Dist of Land subject to sale at Tuscaloosa, Alabama containing 79 and 50/100ths of an acre … Signed: Frances Chism. Teste: John W Settle.
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1852 Nov 2 – Robert Shirley m Nelly Caroline Chism. Solemnized 3rd.
p. 32. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

1855 March Term – Lewis Chisolm, A & B 1848-105 565 1848105_0301. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
The State of Alabama pltf v. Lewis Chisolm deft. No. 7321.} A & B
… March Term of said Ct 1855 …. (jury names) … sworn and charged to enquire for the Body of Tuskaloosa County …. exhibited a Bill of Indictment against the defendant …
Indictment: … March Term 1855 … indictment Lewis Chisolm assaulted and beat Mrs Chisolm wife of the said Lewis Chisolm whose Christian name is to the said Grand Jury unknown, against the peace …
Writ of Arrest: … to any Sheriff of the State …. against Lewis Chisolm who assaulted and beat Mrs Chisolm wife of the said Lewis Chisolm whose Christian name is to the said Grand Jury unknown …. to arrest the said defendant and commit him to jail unless he give bail to answer such indictment … this 9th day of April 1855 … Signed: Alfred Robertson, Clerk.
Bond: … we Lewis Chisolm and agree to pay the State of Alabam 200 dollars unless the said Lewis Chisolm appear at the next term of the Circuit Court of Tuskaloosa County … Signed: Lewis Chisom, E Anders Jr.
Verdict & Judgt: … Plea not guilty … jury … upon their oaths do say they find the defendant guilty … fine against him of 1 cent by reason thereof …
(Circuit Court Pleas 1848-1856 State Criminal Cases)
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Chisolm, Lewis $.01 fine; His mark; A & B 1848-105 566 1848105_0302

1855 Apr 9 – John Chism fr Shadrach Frost, bk H, p 85. Bibb County, Alabama
… between Shadrack B Frost and Louisa P Frost of the first part and John Chism of the second part all of the County and State above stated …. in consideration of the sum of 1500 dollars … confey unto the said party of the second part … the E half of the NE quarter of Section 33 Township 23 Range 10 E in the Dist of lands offered for sale at Tuscaloosa Alabama … Signed: Shadrack Frost, Louisa Frost.
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1856 Oct 7 – Lewis Chism fr E Anders Jr, Deed bk 3, p. 614 Tuscaloosa Co, AL.
… between Ezekiel Anders Jr of the first part and Lewis Chism of the second part … party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 90 dollars … convey unto the said party of the second part … the East half of the NE quarter of Section 27 and the NW quarter of the SE quarter of Section 27 in Township 20 of Range 10 West ….
Signed: E. Anders Jr.
Registered on 7 day of October 1856 and recorded in Deed Bk 3, p 614. Signed Moses McGuire, Judge of Probate.
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1856 Nov 26 – John J Parker m. Frances L Chism at residence of William Hammer; parties of age.
p. 24. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1858 Aug 23 – J M Chism to Leander Logan, Deed bk 5, p 170 Tuscaloosa Co, AL. (index)
… between J M Chism of the first part and Leander Logan of the second part …. the said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 15 dollars … sell and convey unto the party of the second part … the SE quarter of the NE quarter and N half of the SE quarter of Section 19 Township 17 of Range 8 West …
Signed: J M Chism.
Wit: E Anders Jr.
Filed for registration the 23d day of August AD 1858 and recorded in Deed Book Vol No. 5, pages 170 and 171. Signed: Moses McGuire, Judge of Probate.
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1858 August 23 – Lewis Chism to Leander Logan, Deed bk 5, p 445 Tuscaloosa Co, AL. (index)
… between Lewis Chism of the first part and Leander Logan of the second part … said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 225 dollars … convey unto the said party of the second part …the E 1/2 of the SE 1/4 except which lies south of the Branch that runs through the South part of said 80 of section 27 from the NW quarter of the SE quarter of Section 27 in Township 20 Range 10 West …
Signed: Lewis Chism
Wit: E Anders Jr, J M Chism
Filed for Registration the 23 day of August AD 1858 and recorded in Deed Book Vol No 5, page 445. Signed: Moses McGuire, Judge of Probate.
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1859 July 22 – Rilla Chism fr Moses McGuire, Deed bk 6, p 130 Tuscaloosa Co, AL. (index)
… between Moses McGuire of the first part and Rilla Chism wife of Lewis Chism of the second part … in consideration of the sum of 75 dollars … conveyed unto the said party of the second part … land lying in the County of Tuscaloosa … the SW quater of the SE quarter of section 78 Township 20 of Range 2 west containing 4 acres … Signed: Moses McGuire. Wit: E Anders Jr, John J Roberts.
https://probate.tuscco.com/ProbateRecords/search (NOTE: Moses McGuire & Abner McGuire and their father Merry McGuire were involved in multiple land transactions with Drury Going/Goyen b. 1749 and his family in Chester/Union/York Co, SC – Drury B. Going/Goyen is son-in-law of Nancy Chisholm, sister of John Chism).

1859 Sept 22 – William M Chism m Adaline F Clements. (22) at residence of bride’s father. p. 39. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.
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1859 Oct 11 – James M Chisholm m Rhody G South. residence of Elijah South. p. 39. Tuscaloosa Co, Alabama
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1867 Jan 5 – Young Shirley deceased. J. M. Chism, administrator, filed vouchers for final settlement.
Page 595. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1868 Dec 4 – Rilla Chism fr C M Cook, Deed bk 12, p 91 Tuscaloosa Co, AL. (index)
… Whereas Robert Cook in his lifetime sold to Rilla Chism all that part of the NE quarter of the NE quarter in Section 33, T20, R10W, which lies N of the fence that runs about E & W across said land for the sum of 100 dollars..
… And whereas she paid to me in June 1862 Confederate money the said sum of 100 dollars. Now therefore, for and in consideration of the premises and the said sum of 100 dollars to me in hand paid as above stated, I have bargained, sold and conveyed and do by these presents bargain sell and convey unto the said Rilla Chism and her heirs the above described lands together with all the tenements appurtenances and heredaments thereunto belonging and all the right, title, interest claim or demand whatever of the said Robert Cook of in and to said land.
… Given under my hand and seal this 4 day Dec 1868.
Signed: C M Cook, executor of Robert Cook
Wit: S A M Wood, J Y W Leftwich.
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(NOTE: C.M. Cook’s father was Robert Cook m. Sarah Baxter Going. Sarah Baxter Going was the daughter of Drury Going/Goyen b. 1749 of Union/Chester/York Counties, SC – the grandfather of C.M. Cook.

Elizabeth Smith m. Drury Going/Goyen b. 1805 and lived in adj Pickens Co, AL. Elizabeth Smith’s mother was Nancy Chisholm who m. Abraham Smith. Nancy Chisholm Smith was the sister of William Chism/Chisholm – their father was Adam Chisholm of Union Co, SC

Rilla Chism was m. to Lewis Chism the son of William Chism/Chisholm, who was the son of Adam Chisholm of Union Co, SC ).

1868 Jan 21 – Catherine Freeman decd. Heirs: Mrs Norwood, Mrs Chism, Mrs Marinda Wright.
Page 651. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1867 Jan 5 – Young Shirley deceased. J. M. Chism, administrator, filed vouchers for final settlement.
Page 595. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1868 to 1869 Billy Chism fr C M Cook, Deed bk 12, p 91 Tuscaloosa Co, AL. (index)
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1868 Jan 21 – Catherine Freeman decd. Heirs: Mrs Norwood, Mrs Chism, Mrs Marinda Wright.
Page 651. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
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1870 Jan 24 – Billy Chism & L Chism to Margaret Sims. Deed bk 13, p 236. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… between Billy Chism and L Chism of the County of Tuscaloosa and State Alabama of the first part, and Margarette Sims of the County of Tuscaloosa and State of Alabama of the second part … in consideration of the sum of 200 dollars … paid by the said party of the second part … convey and confirm unto the said party of the second part … all the SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 28 Township 20 of Range 10 West containing 40 acres
Signed: B Chism, L Chism
Wit: Byrd Logan & Z T Chism.
Registerd the 26 day of Jany 1870 and the same day duly recorded in Deed Book No. 13, pages 236 and 237.
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1871 Oct 9 – Ms. A Kelly to Reuben Chisholm, Deed bk 14, p 33. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… beteween Ms. A Kelly of the first part and Reuben Chisholm of the second part … said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 80 dollars to her in hand paid … convey unto the said party of the second part … 65 feet of Lot No. 414 in the City of Tuscaloosa in the State of Alabama fronting on Oak Street and commencing 95 feet from the corner of Jefferson Street, on said street the full depth said Lot and to the line of lot joining the same …
Signed: Ms A. Kelly
Wit: R Blair
Nov 1871 – Know all men by these presents that for and in conisderation of the sum of 5 dollars … I release and relinquish to the within named Reuben Chisholm all right-title or claim … to the within described part of Lot No 414 in the City of Tuscaloosa … Signed: Peggy Rather. Wit: R Blair.
… filed … for registration on the 16th day of November 1871 … recorded in Deed Book No 14, page 33 … 18th day of November 1871. William Miller, Judge of Probate.
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1872 July 3 – Lewis Chism and Sirilly Chism his wife to Charles Swan. Deed bk 14, p 361. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… between Lewis Chism and Sirilly Chism his wife of the first part and Charles Swan of the second part … said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 25 dollars … convey unto the said party of the second part … so much of the E half of the SE quarter of Section 27 Township 20 Range 10 West as lies south of a branch running through the south part of said 80 acres which is supposed to contain 20 acres … off the south end of said half quarter …
Signed: Lewis Chism, Murrilla Chism
Wit: J H Freeman, A H Shepherd, E Anders Jr.
… filed .. for registration on the 13th day of July 1872 and was duly recorded in Deed Book No 14, page 361 … 15th day of July 1872. William Miller, Judge of Probate.
https://probate.tuscco.com/ProbateRecords/search

1873 Feb 5 – John J Harris by R N Harris to Dr E L Chisholm. Deed bk 18, pg 69. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… I John J Harris of Tuscaloosa County, party of the first part, trustee in fact and by deed made on the 5th day of February 1873 by R N Harris and duly recorded in the office of the Judge of Probate of said County in Deed Book No. 14, pg 564 for his children and in pursuance of said deed and by virtue of the powers therein conferred for and in consideration of the sum of 1800 dollars … paid by Dr. E L Chisholm of said County and State, party of the second part …. sell and convey to the said party of the second part the following real estate, situate, lying and being in the City of Tuscaloosa, and County afsd, and known and designated as Lots Numbered 452 and 453 as laid down on the plan of the City of Tuscaloosa, situate on Market Street and bounded on the South Locust Street in said City …
Signed: John J Harris, Trustee in fact by deed.
Wit: R S Foster, S A M Wood.
… filed … for registration on the 14 day of February 1879 and duly recorded in Deed Book No 18, page 70 … this the 13 day of March 1879. N H Brown, Judge of Probate.
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1876 November 7 – Peggy Rather to Reuben Chisolm. Deed bk 18, pg 91. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… between Peggy Rather of the first part, and Reuben Chisolm of the second part … said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 20 dollars … from the party of the second part … sell, release and convey to the party of the second part, the following described land, towit: a certain part of Lot 414 “of” the City of Tuscaloosa, namely, 21 and 2/3 feet beginning at a point fronting on Oak Street, 23 and 1/3 feet from the corner of Oak and Jefferson Streets, and running thence 21 and 2/3 feet west on Oak Street, and full depth of said Lot 414 south ….
Signed: Peggy Rather.
Wit: H J Whitfield & H S Raurke.
… filed … for registration on the 21 day of March 1879 and duly recorded in Deed Book No 18, page 91 … the 25 day of April 1879. N H Brown, Judge of Probate.
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1876 Nov 7 – Reuben Chisholm to Samuel Mabrey. Deed Book 18, page 92. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
… between Reuben Chisolm of the first part and Samuel Mabry of the second part … said party of the first part for and in consideration of the sum of 20 dollars paid by the party of the second part … convey to the party of the second part … the following described land, towit: 29 and a half of Lot Numbered 414 namely, 29 and a half feet off of the western boundary of said lot, running back from Oak Street the full length of said lot 414 and fronting on Oak Street …
Signed: Reuben Chisem
Wit: H J Whitfield, H J Raurk.
filed … for registration on the 21 day of March 1879 and duly recorded in Deed Book No. 18, page 92 … the 25 day of April 1879. N H Brown, Judge of Probate.
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