Part 7, Note 32

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Colorado County Deed Records, Book M, p. 371, Book N, pp. 73, 472, 685, Book O, pp. 241, 384, 493; Book P, pp. 12, 189, Book 6, p. 168; “Diary of James Pitman Saunders,” in John Bennett Boddie, comp., Historical Southern Families, vol. 7 (Ann Arbor, Michigan: 1963) p. 181. The Baptists acquired their land in Osage on February 7, 1868. The Methodist tract near Alleyton was one acre near the mineral spring in the John McCroskey Survey; that in Osage, which was deeded on August 31, 1870, eight acres adjacent to the ten acre school tract. The lot which the Episcopal church purchased, on October 3, 1870, was subdivided lot 10 on block 41 in Columbus.