Details for N O T I C E IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, TENNESSEE NO.

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N O T I C E

IN THE

CHANCERY COURT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY,

TENNESSEE

NO. 20389

BEN P. LYNCH, GREG A. VAUGHN,

BRYAN W. FOSTER, BRADLEY W. FOSTER

and CLARENCE E. TINSLEY

Plaintiffs

VS.

WILLIAM H. BARTON, JR.

Defendant

A Complaint for Claim of Abandoned Mineral Interest has been filed by Ben P. Lynch, Greg A. Vaughn, Bryan W. Foster, Bradley W. Foster and Clarence E. Tinsley, owners of the surface estate in a tract of land in the 13th Civil District of Franklin County, Tennessee, having been conveyed to them by deed dated April 8, 2004 and recorded in Deed Book 326, page 324 and deed dated September 30, 2013 and recorded in Deed Book 393, page 445, Registers Office of Franklin County, Tennessee, and being more particularly described as follows:

Beginning at the section of metal fence post located North 88 degrees 26 minutes 30 seconds West 6339.5 feet from the easternmost of two railroad irons at the intersection of CSX Railroad and the Tennessee/Alabama state line, in Anderson. Running thence South 89 degrees 56

minutes 23 seconds West 6074.6 feet to a section of metal fence post surrounded by a pile of

scrap metal. Running thence with the boundary of the heirs of Charlie Stubblefield North 05 degrees 18 minutes 21 seconds East 1665.3 feet to a 2-1/2 inch iron pipe corner. Thence continuing with the boundary of the heirs of Charlie Stubblefield North 15 degrees 32 minutes

10 seconds East 2499.00 feet to a 2-1/2 inch iron pipe corner and rock pile. Running thence with the South boundary of the Hawes and Whitely tract North 89 degrees 52 minutes 23 seconds East 5600.6 feet to a railroad rail set; said railroad rail lying South 89 degrees 52

minutes 23 seconds West 125.8 feet from a 30 inch white oak with Yellow paint at fork in Woods Road, said white oak being the Hawes/Whitely Southeast corner. Thence from said railroad rail, running South 04 degrees 54 minutes 11 seconds West, passing over a sand stone at the top bluff at the plateau with L engraved at 3201.0 feet in all 3086.9 feet to the beginning, containing 553.6 acres, more or less, according to a survey prepared by Paul D. Cross in 1998, reference to which is hereby made.

Deed Book 326, page 324 and Deed Book 393, page 445, Registers Office of Franklin County, Tennessee, also shown on Franklin County Property Maps as Property Map 160, Parcel 9.00 Pursuant to TCA Section 66-5-108, said mineral interest shall lapse and be

Rejoined to the surface estate sixty (60) days after publication, unless a legitimate

Claim is filed and good cause shown why the mineral interest should not lapse.

This 27th day of August, 2018.

Clerk and Master

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