John K. Williams to Stephen F. Austin, 04-12-1825

Summary: Agreement to sell land.


Know all men by this article that I John K. Williams of the province of Texas now residing in Austins Colony on the south fork of clear Creek known by the name of Taylers Byou have sold and Convayd unto John Sarver and John Dickinson of the said province and colony a fore said my Labour and League of land for the consideration of one hundred dollars paid in Trade and Twelve good Seccond rate gentle Spanish horses well broke not over Eight nor under four years old, the said Williams binds himself heirs and so forth in the sum of two thousand dollars to make the said Sarver and Dickinson a good deed to hold the said land when paid for and also the said Sarver and Dickinson bind themselves in the sum of one thousand Dollars to pay the said Williams again the twenty fift day of May next if posable and if not as soon [as] they posabley can the said William binds himself to give said Sarver and Dickinson possession of the Sed Labour . . . improvements if required when paid for we the said Sarver and Dickinson agrees to pay all the government fees given under our hands this Twelft day of April 1825