|pages 338-339 Morgan Co., Ga.: 26 Dec. 1818, William H. Clay to Robert Pearman, both of afsd. co., for $7000, all lots owned or possessed by William H. Clay in or immediately adj. the town of Madison in Morgan Co., including all that square where the tavern & improvements, land now occupied by Clay, except 1/3 of a lot or near 1/6 part of an acre formerly owned by Thomas Norris, decd. on the street leading to James Wares together with the whole of a lot where the stable stands, is near 1/2 an acre formerly owned by Francis Flournoy. Also, all tract between the town limits & the line of McCartan’s land & sold as the property of Zachariah Sims by the sheriff of Morgan Co. & purchased by Reuben Thornton for Thornton & Clay, except the tract already conveyed to Francis Flournoy running a straight line with the line of the lot which was purchased by Thornton & Clay from Francis Flournoy to the line of McCartan’s land including all to the street where Boon’s brick building stands, in fee simple. /s/ Wm. H. Clay. Wit: Wm. Johnston, Francis Flournoy, Emey Caswell. Proved by Francis Flournoy, 25 Jan. 1820, Laz. Battle, J.I.C. Recorded 16 Oct. 1822.