Haynes Land To Heirs
Over 3,000 Acres of Haynes Lands Deeded
From The Cleveland Star, Dec. 22, 1922
Heirs Under Will of Late R.R. Haynes
Get Deeds for His 3,270 or More Acres
Several deeds were recorded this week in the office of Register of Deeds R. L. Weathers in the court house, the most important being the division among the heirs of the late R. R. Haynes of 3,270 or more acres of land in Cleveland and Rutherfordton counties and several lots:
Charles H. Haynes, trustee under the will of R. R., deceased, deeds real estate of late R. R. Haynes to the heirs, rather than sell the lands and divide the proceeds, an agreement having been reached among the children.
To Florence H Jenkins, two tracts, one 2.4 acres south of Haynes mill where she now lives and where Claude Wilson and Joe Harris reside; also 354 ¼ acres on main Broad river known as Phillips Dower place and Lackey place. Both tracts in Rutherford County.
C. H. Haynes as his share, five tracts of land, first tract lying in Rutherford County containing 5 ¼ acres in Cliffside where he now resides; second tract known as Texaco oil station on Cliffside railroad; third tract 51 acres, known as Carpenter dower tract on Frog Level, fourth tract two lots in St. Petersburg, Fla, fifth tract being 3 to 5 acres excepted from 510 acres deeded to Cliffside Mill.
Sara Haynes Love, two tracts in Rutherford county, one containing 73 acres known as McSwain place and another 280 acres known as Jake Phillips and Camp lands.
Walter H. Haynes, 357 acres, known as J.B. Thorne, A. N. Wall and other lands in Rutherford County.
Grover C. Haynes, two tracts in Rutherford county, one 131 acres known as J. L. Webb old home place, and 412 acres known as Carpenter and Edwards lands.
Eula Haynes Shull, two tracts in Rutherford county, one containing 118 ½ acres known as Reynolds place; one containing 267 acres known as McCraw place.
Virginia Haynes Caldwell, 243 acres known as R. R. Haynes old home place in Rutherford County.
Robert E. Haynes, two tracts, one 3 acres where he now lives at Cliffside; also 364 ½ acres known as J. R. Dover place in Cleveland county.