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pages 439-444     Mortgage: Savannah, Ga.: 7 Feb. 1820, John Tanner of Savannah to William Scarbrough, Barna McKinne, & Isaac Minis. William Scarbrough & Joseph P. McKinne, merchants & late copartners in firm of Scarbrough & McKinne. Charles Kelsey, Alfred M. Hobby, & Charles McIntyre, merchants & copartners in firm of Charles Kelsey & Co. & Moses Herbert. Tanner is indebted to Scarbrough & McKinne, Minis, Charles Kelsey & Co., & Herbert for $41,013 on promissory notes. $5900 due McKinne & endorsed by McKinne & Scarbrough. $3720 due McKinne & endorsed by McKinne & Minis. $2900 due Scarbrough & endorsed by Scarbrough, Charles Kelsey & Co., & Minis. $3276 due Scarbrough & endorsed by Scarbrough & Minis. $3645 due Scarbrough & endorsed by Scarbrough, Charles Kelsey & Co., & Minis. $2552 due McKinne & endorsed by McKinne, Herbert, & Minis. $3240 due McKinne & endorsed by McKinne & Charles Kelsey & Co. Notes have been discounted by the Office of Discount & Deposit of the Bank of the United States in Savannah, Ga. $4900 due & endorsed by Scarbrough & McKinne. $3120 due & endorsed by McKinne. $4800 due McKinne & endorsed by McKinne & Minis. $2990 due McKinne & endorsed by McKinne & Kelsey. $720 due McKinne & endorsed by McKinne & Kelsey. $2050 due & endorsed by Minis are discounted in Planters Bank of Georgia. John Tanner’s security is books of accounts, vouchers, securities, &c. Also, negro slaves, Richmond, Mary & her 3 children, Hannah, Fanny, & Lucy & increase, Pew Number 56 in the new Presbyterian Church in Savannah, 1 share in stock of the Savannah Theatre, household & kitchen furniture, plate & books of Tanner. /s/ John Tanner. Wit: James T. Johnston, Jno. C. Nicoll, Not. Public. Schedule of John Tanner’s property: (1) William Holbrooks, Jasper note, Feb. 1819; (2) Eli West, Marion, note 6 May 1819; (3) Paulett & Royall, Burk Co., note 17 Feb. 1819; (4) Thomas Moore, Dublin, note 24 Feb. 1818; (5) Thomas Moore, Dublin, note 28 April 1818; (6) Hancock & Stokes, Louis, notes, receipt for Thomas M. Bonner’s note, 5 Dec. 1818; (7) Gab. Harris, receipt for James Brooks note Putnam Co., 19 Feb. 1818; (8) H. Smith, receipt for J. B. E. Elkins note Clinton, 21 April 1818; (9) Alex. Bowrie, Esq., recpt. for J. N. Newbey, Abbeville Courthouse, S. C. note, 6 May 1817; (10) Alex. Bowrie, Esq., recpt. for J. N. Newbey note, 6 May 1817; (11) Els. West, note 17 Nov. 1819; (12) Daniel McNeel, recpt. for Feigan & Coleman note Dublin, 12 June 1819; (13) Jos. Depass[?], Savannah note, 15 Feb. 1819; (14) James Roe’s note, 7 Sept. 1819; (15) William Thurmond’s note, 24 March 1819 in hand of Brown, Greene, & Co.; (16) Thomas Tanner’s 3 notes, 1 Feb. 1819; (17) Morrison & Nichols, recpt. for J. M. Russell’s note, 19 June 1819; (18) P. & H. Crapon’s note, 6 Nov. 1819; (19) Pucket & Arnold’s note, 15 Jan. 1819; (20) Pucket & Arnold, note 23 Nov. 1818.
Following notes held by P. Bank: (1) Ruddell & Kendrick, 12 Nov. 1818; (2) Fullwood & Welch, 16 Feb. 1819; (3) Sanford & Lumsden, 17 March 1819; (4) Parish & Slatter, 22 March 1819; (5) William Thurmond, 24 March 1819; (6) Shackelford & Kean, 3 April 1819; (7) James Schacleford, 6 April 1819; (8) James Schacleford, 16 June 1819; (9) Jas. Furse, 24 May 1829; (10) Hancock & Stokes, note 28 June 1819; (11) Myers & Nicols, recpt. for H. Burford & Jno. Burford. Amount held by Planter’s Bank: (1) J. R. Warner note 1 Jan. 1820; (2) David Love in hands of Bed. Capp, St. Marys; (3) Lethridge & Deuel, 10 March 1819; (4) C. Kelsey & Co.; (5) Estate of D. Lewis, account in hands of B. Capp; (6) A. Bugg; (7) Pott & McKinne in hands of R. Dennis; (8) Pew No. 56 in the Presbyterian Church paid, $500; (9) shares of theatre stock paid, $300; (10) 5 negroes, $1800; (11) house & kitchen furniture, books, plate, &c $1000; (12) interest in sundry notes in hands of Brown & Greene. Total security: $52,209.17. Recorded 26 June 1829, Jno. W. Porter, clerk.



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