Jackson Co. Deeds
This list is by no means complete, it is just a few deeds that I copied from the big old book in the Jackson County Courthouse.  Original spelling has been used.

N. Carolina Jackson County  Eli G. Watson enters & claims six hundred forty acres of land in said county on the Tuckasiega River beginning on a white oak tree near the Reed House running with Watsons line & various courses for compliment this March the 26th 1853.  Entered March the 26th 1853           EG Watson 
warrant issued 
N. Carolina Jackson County   John A. Hooper enters fifty acres of land situate in said county on the west fork of Tuckaseige River beginning on the line of  D. Hooper and running as the case may be for compliment this the 26th day of March 1853.       John A. Hooper     entered March the 26th 1853       Warrant Issued 
N. Carolina Jackson County    Henry N. Parker enters fifty acres of land situate in the said county on the west fork of the Tuckaseiege River beginning on a oak tree & running as the case may be for compliment this March the 26th 1853       Henry N. Parker      Entered March the 26th 1853       Warrant Issued 
N. Carolina Jackson County   David Mathis enteres fifty acres of land situate in said county on the west fork of the Tuckaseeggee River beginning on my own line running as the case may be for compliment this the 26th of March 1853    Entered March the 26th 1853      Warrant Issued 
North Carolina Jackson County March the 28th 1853  Rudisel Henderson enters one hundred acres of land on the waters of the Tuckaseige River begining on a black oak on the Ridge between Jacob Wikes & James Websters & runs various courses for compliment     Rudisel Henderson     entered March the 28th 1853       Warrent Issued June the 30th
N. Carolina Jackson County Benjamin Parker enters & claims one hundred acres of land situate in said county on the waters of Canyfork on Johns Creek beginning on a chestnut tree at or near the ford of the first branch that the trail crosses going up the Rich mountain from Johns Creek running various courses for compliment this March the 28th 1853    Entered March the 28th 1853     Benjamin Parker     Warrant Issued 
North Carolina Jackson County March the 28th 1853     Edward Hooper enters fifty acres of land on the waters of Canyfork beginning on a black oak at or near William Browns line and running various courses for compliment     Edward Hooper     Entered March the 28th 1853         Warrant Issued 
N. Carolina Jackson County Jesse A. Mathis enters fifty acres of land on the waters of the Tuckaseige River beginning at a popule in what is called he popule cove and running various courses for compliment   March the 29th 1853    Jesse A. Mathis     Entered March the 29th 1853 
Adam Mathis enters & claims twenty five acres of land more or less in the county of Jackson on the waters of Cullawhee Creek begining on a hickory corner of Benjamin Tillys land at the lower end of Jesse Mathis field where he now lives running with Tillys line to the Robert Bryson entry line and with said line to the top of the long ridge and with the top of said ridge as the case may be for compliment this April the 18th 1853    Entered April the 18th 1853      Warrant Issued 
Adam Mathis enters & claims one hundred acres of land in the county of Jackson on the waters of the Collawhee Creek begining on a stake corner of B. Tillys Wm. R. Kerby tract of land on the west side of the grass ridge running as the case may be for compliment this April the 18th 1853    Entered April the 18th 1853     Warrant Issued 
Henderson Bryson enteres one hundred acres of land in the county of Jackson on the waters of Collawhee Creek on the head of the flat branch beginning on the line of the LBJ Gooden lands running with said line to the line of JM Hooper & Cos land and with said line across the flat branch and as the case may be for compliment this April the 21st 1853     Entered April the 21st 1853   Warrent Issued July the 4th 
John R. Queen & Ransom W. Hooper enters & claims one hundred acres of land situate in Jackson County on the waters of the Tuckasege River beginning on a hickory at the lower end of the Rattle Snake flat running north for compliment the 23rd 1853       Entered April April the 23rd 1853 
Columbus Zachery enters & claims six hundred & forty acres of land in the County of Jackson N.C. beginning on the line of A. Zacherys land on the Thompson fork tract running as the case may be for compliment      May the 17th 183     Entered May the 17th 1853.           Warrant Issued 
Amos Ash enters & claims one hundred acres of land in the county of Jackson N.C. on the waters of Savanah Creek begining on a chestnut tree in the first Nob below the chestnut lick log running as the case may be for compliment this May the 16th 1853    Entered May the 16 1853     Warrant Issued 
Levi Mathis enters & claims one hundred acres of land in the county of Jackson on the waters of Cullowhee Creek begining on a Spanish Oak tree near the crooked oak stump & running as the case may be for compliment this May the 16th 1853    Entered May the 16th 1853    Warrant Issued 
Jackson County N. Carolina J. Newton Bryson enters & claims six hundred & forty acres of land in the County of Jackson on the waters of Toxaway begining on or near Joseph R. Buchanans line near the cane brake and running as the case may be for compliment  May the 17th 1853    Entered May the 17 1853     Warrent Issued 
North Carolina Jackson County   J. Newton Bryson enters & claims five thousand acres of land on the waters of Toxawa begining on the South Carolina line near where the Macon & Henderson lines join the same & running west & then as the case may be for compliment   May 17 1853  Entered May the 17th 1853 
E.D. Davis & J. Newton Bryson enters & claims six hundred & forty acres of land in the County of Jackson State of North Carolina begining on the mane deviding ridge of Dicks Creek on the south east side on Dills line of tract No. 248 & running as the case may be for compliment so as to include a streek of Blue Slate Rocks    May 18th 1853    Entered May the 18th 1853    Warrent Issued 
William A. Babb enters & claims one hundred acres of land in the County of Jackson on the waters of Tuckasiegee River begining on the line of Willson Picklesimers land & running as the case may be for compliment this May the 18th 1853    Entered May the 18th 1853    Warrant Issued 
Peter Mathis enters & claims one hundred acres of land in the County of Jackson on the waters of Collowhee Creek beginning on a chesnut tree near the gap of the ridge above J.M. Hoopers & Co. lick logs & running as the case may be for compliment this May the 19th 1853   Entered May the 19th 1853    Warrent Issued 
Wm. H. Bryson enters six hundred & forty acres of land in the County of Jackson on the waters of Tuckasiege River beginning on the N East line of G. W. Brysons land tract No. 268 & running North East or so as to include a Streek of Blue Rocks for compliment this may the 29th 1853   Entered May the 20th 1853    Warrent Issued 
Andrew J. Wood William Wood & S.F. Cook enters & claims six hundred & forty acres of land lying on the waters of Tuckasiege River in the County of Jackson N. Carolina said entery to begin at or near the Betree Clift south of the farm where Andrew J. Wood now lives and runs various courses for compliment    Entered May the 21 1853    Warrent Issued 
S.F. Cook, Wm. Wood & A.J. Wood enters six hundred & forty acres of land on the waters of the Tuckasiege River in the County of Jackson N. Carolina said entry to comence on the line of said entry that commenced on the Betree Clift made by Woods & others and runing various courses for compliment   Entered May the 21 1853    Warrent Issued 
Wm. Wood S.F. Cook & A.J. Wood enters six hundred & forty acres of land on the waters of the Tuckasiege River in the County of Jackson N. Carolina said entry to commence on the line of said entry that commenced on the line of said entry made at the Betree Clift by Cook & others and running various courses for compliment    Entered May the 21st 1853    Warrant Issued 
A. J. Wood Wm. Wood James B. Wood & Soloman F. Cook enters one hundred acres of land in Jackson County N. Ca on the waters of the Tuckasiege river said entry to begin at or near the top of the Chink Nob on a chesnut said entry lying north of the White oak flat and running various courses for compliment    Entered the 16th day of July 1853     Warrant Issued 
Wm. C. Watson & R. W. Hooper enters one hundred acres of land in Jackson County North Carolina on the waters of the Tuckasiege river a Northward direction from the White oak flatts begining on the line of a tract of land known as the Love Speculation near a lode of mineral oar passing through the farm of A. J. Wood a north eastward course and running so as to include said oar for compliment this July the 18th 1853    Entered the 18th day of July 1853    Warrent Issued 
D. L. Shelton & John Chastain enters six hundred forty acres of land begining on a chestnut runing as the case may be at or near the horse shew rock in Jackson County this July the 23 1853    Entered the 23rd of July 1853    Warrant   Issued 
Milton Stewart enters fifty acres of land in Jackson County N. C. on the waters of Tuckasiege river situated in Hamburg in the 6th District begining on a Maple corner of tract No. 39 and running with said line and as the case may be for compliment this July the 23 1853    Entered the 24rd day of July 1853    Warrant Issued 
John Babb enters one hundred acres of land in the County of Jackson on the waters of Tuckasiege river beginning on Andrew Hoopers line of the Dickson cove tract on the Southwardly Side and runing as the case may be for compliment    Entered this October the 18th 1853    Warrant Issued 
Thomas J. Mathis enters one hundred acres of land in the county of Jackson on the waters of Tuckasiege river begining on a chestnut tree at or near the head of Bear Creek and running as the case may be for compliment    Entered this October the1st 1853    Warrent Issued 
James L. Cooper enters and claims one hundred acres of land in the county of Jackson and State of North Carolina & on the waters of Camp Creek begining on a chestnut in the fork of said creek & runing so as to include the peach Nursary & then as the case may be for compliment    Entered this October the 3rd 1853    Warrant Issued 
Sebern Bryson enters & locates fifty acres of land in the county of Jackson North Carolina on the waters of Collawhee Creek begining on a Spruce pine begining corner of Andrew Brysons crooked oak stump tract & running with the line of said tract & the line of an hundred acre tract entered by Levi Mathis and as the case may be otherwise for compliment    Entered this October the 3rd 1853  Warrant Issued      duplicate 
Harrell Martin enters & claims fifty acres of land in the County of Jackson on the head waters of Deep Creek begining on the line dividing the States of Tennessee & North Carolina about sixty yards to the left hand side of the Roade going from North Carolina to Tennessee and runing with said State line and other courses as the case may be for compliment.   Entered this October the 3rd 1853 
Andrew J. Mathis enters & claims fifty acres of land in the county of Jackson & State of North Carolina on the waters of Collwhee Creek begining on the Southwardly corner of a fifty acre tract of land owned by Lewis Tilly known by the name of the Dave place and running with the line of said tract and otherwise as the case may be for compliment    Entered October the 4th 1853    Warrant Issued 
Andrew Dill enters & claims one hundred acres of land in the county of Jackson on the waters of Toxaway river begining on the line of a twenty five acre entry belonging to James Reed and running so as to include a part of the grassy ridge for compliment    Entered October the 8th 1853   Warrant Issued 
John B. Allison enters five thousand acres of land in the county of Jackson on the south west side of Tuckasiege river begining at 4 lines Allison & Welches corner in the head of a branch & runs with their line NB Thompsons the river & the county line for compliment    Entered October the 10th 1853  J.B. Allison   Warrent Issued 
Albert Loe Enters six hundred & forty acres of land in Jackson County on the waters of Tosaway river begining in the Cold Spring gap on a chestnut on the Canebrake trail & runing various courses for compliment    Entered the 12th day of July 1854    Warrant Issued 
Samuel Allison & Sebern Bryson enters & claims six hundred & forty acres of land in the county of Jackson on the waters of Tuckasiege river begining on the line of a tract entered by said Allison No. 37 & runing so as to join the lands entered on Kieeses (?) creek & various courses for compliment    Entered the 14th day of July 1854 
D(?)M Stephens R H Stephens & RW Hooper enters & locates six hundred & forty acres of land in Jackson County on the waters of Caney Fork of Tuckasiege River begining on the westwardly line of the tract of land that AD Hooper now lives on & runs with the line of said tract & others so as to join the lands of Edward Hooper John Middlton JW Davis & Thomas Brown for compliment    Entered the 14th day of July 1854    Warrent issued 
WH Lowe enters fifty acres of land in the County of Jackson on the waters of Indian Creek begining in the Polecat gap & runing as the case may be for compliment   W.H. Lowe    Entered the 19th day of July 1854    Warrant Issued 
Caroline Mathis enters twenty five acres of land more or less in Jackson County on the waters of Collawhee Creek begining on a white oak corner of Benjamin Tillys  WR Kerby tract & runing with said line to JH Mathises line & with his line so as to join a fifty acre tract in the name of Robert Bryson & with his line so to the line of a tract entered in the name of GW Bryson & James Conly & with their line as the case may be to the begining   Entered the 19th day of July 1854    Warrant Issued 
A. J. Mathis enters one hundred acres of land in Jackson County on the waters of Savanah Creek begining on the lower line of WC Watsons tract on the Stomp ridge & runs various courses for compliment    Entered the 11th day of July 1854    Warrant Issued 
Hugh Mathis enters one hundred acres of land in Jackson County on the waters of Savan Creek begining on the line of AJ Mathises tract on the Stomp ridge No. 991 & runs various courses for compliment    Entered the 11th day of July 1854     Warrant Issued 
B F Edmonston enters & claims eighty acres of land on Copes Mill Creek waters of Scotts Creek begining on a hickory on Meggs & Freemons line & runs South 52 1/2 degrees east with said line to James Crawfords line then south to Hiver(?) Panters line then westward & No for compliment    Entered the 11th day of July 1854    Warrent Issued 
Eli Arrington enters & claims one hundred acres of land in the County of Jackson on the waters of Kisses(?) Creek above Abb Woodrings begining on a walnut & runs various courses so as to include the best vacant land this the 7th day of July 1854    Entered the 11th day of July 1854    Eli Arrington 
AM Enloe & John Mingus enters six hundred & forty acres of land in Jackson County NC on the head waters of Deep Creek on the Smoky mountain begining on the south end of tract No 412 entered by Abram Mingus & running 10 Deg. south of west & variouss courses for compliment    Entered the 12th day of July 1854    Warrant Issued 
AM Enloe & John Mingus enters six hundred & forty acres in Jackson County on the head waters of Deep Creek on the Smoky mountain begining on the South end of tract No 995 entered by AM Enloe & Mingus & running South of west & various courses for compliment    Entered the 12th day of July 1854    Warrant Issued 
State of North Carolina Jackson County Wm. H. Thomas enters in said county one hundred acres of land on the waters of Tuckasiege River begining on the bank of said river on a small oak on or near the upper line of the Canefield tract once owned by Jesse Cockerham & runs with said line & up the river & as the case may be for compliment   Entered the 10th day of February 1854    Wm. H. Thomas    Warrant Issued 
State of NC Jackson County Wm. H. Thomas enters in the county six hundred & forty acres of land situated on Oconalufta river on the upper corner of a tract on the North side of the river now occupied by an Indian which appointed(?) by the State in the name of Temperance Thomas to run up the river & various other courses so as to include the vacant land for compliment    Entered the 10th day of February 1854   Wm. H. Thomas    Warrant Issued 
Jesse A. Mathis enters & claims fifty acres of land in the County of Jackson on the west side of Collowhee Creek begining on a corner tree of Henry Wilsons land nearest corner to the head of JN Hoopers cover & running various courses for compliment    Entered the 19th day of February 1854 
Emanual Corbin enters & claims one hundred acres of land in the County of Jackson on the head waters of big Savanah Creek near the big larrel begining on a black oak corner of an hundred acre tract of land belonging to William Corbin & running various courses for compliment   Entered the 18th day of February 1854    Warrant Issued 
Jackson Owens enters and claims fifty acres more or less lands in Jackson County N.C. on the waters of Big Tennasee Creek beginning on a Black Oak and running various courses for compliment    Entered March 26th 1881   Jackson Owens        Issued 
David H. Mathis enters and claims fifty acres more or less land in Jackson County N.C. beginning near the top of the Chink Knob and running various courses for compliment    Entered March 28 1881   David H. Mathis    Issued 
Marion A. Gunter enters and claims twenty five acres more or less land in Jackson County N.C. on waters of Barker's Creek beginning on Mary A. Gunters corner running to and with Love Gunters lines and various courses for compliment   Entered April 11th  1881    M.A. Gunter   Issued 
W.L. Mathis enters and claims 50 cares more or less land in Jackson County N.C. on the waters of Tennasee Creek begining on a water oak at or near John Brysons corner on the S.C. side of the Wolf Mountain and running various courses for compliment    Entered October 32st 1881    W. L. Mathis 
D. F. Bishop enters and claims ten acres more or less land in Jackson County N.C. adjoining lands of M. L. Bishop and William Buchanan beginning on a Spanish Oak corner of M. L. Bishop and running various courses for compliment    Entered Nov. 2nd 1881   D. F. Bishop 
J. T. Calhoun and C. T. C Bryson enter and claim 640 acres of land in Jackson County N. C. beginning on the Moody line and runs 10 N. with Wilson's line and various courses for compliment   Entered Nov. 14th 1881  J. T. Calhoun   C. T.  Bryson 
F. M. Crow enters and claims 50 acres more or less land in Jackson County N.C. on the waters of Whitewater River beginning at a White pine, A.M. Gribble's corner and running various courses for compliment    Entered Mov. 17th 1881   F.M. Crow 
R.H.C.Mathis enters and claims one hundred acres more or less land in Jackson County N.C. on waters of Tuckasiege River beginning at a small Black Oak near the Dismal(?) on Neddys Creek; running N. 61 two hundred and twenty six poles to Neddys Creek thence down with the meanders of said Creek two hundred poles:  thence West 50 poles;  thence N/West to the beginning   Entered March 34 1884   R.H.C. Mathis
C. Grimshawe and J.H. Alley enter six hundred and forty acres of land in Jackson County, N.C. beginning on the line of S.C. Alley's line and joins lands of C. Grimshawe on the South Carolina line and runs various courses for complement the waters of Chattooga River.   Entered March 3rd 1884   C. Gramshawe    J.H. Alley
Rufus Parris enters and claims ten acres more or less land in Jackson County, North Carolina on the waters of Tuckasiege River, joining the land of Wm. A. Dills and others beginning on a white oak at a spring near William Dill's corner and running various courses for compliment    Entered March 7, 1884    R.M. Parris 
Mr. A. J. Long:   I send you a location for a pieceof land for me beginning on a Chestnut on or near H.B. Wood's line on the Hickory Plat Ridge, on the South East side of Neddy's Creek running various courses for compliment.    Entered April 29, 1884    John H. Parker
Henry B. Wood enters and claims ten acres more or less land in Jackson County, N.C. on waters of Tuckasiege River, beginning at a Hickory in the line of his home tract No. 273, running with the lines of said No. 273 and another tract of his various courses for compliment.    Entered May 26th, 1884   H.B. Wood
John H. Mathis and John N. Cathey enter and claim fifty acres more or less land in Jackson County N.C. on waters of Sols Creek:  beginning at a pine at the North East boundary line of  J. T. Cathey's entry in the South East side of the creek, running up the creek to J. H. Parker's line:  then with Parker's line to his corner, then with Parker's line to John Ensley's line thence with Ensley's line to the line of J. N. Cathey's home lands, thence with that line to it's Rock corner; thence to the beginning    Entered June 30th, 1884.    John H. Mathis   John N. Cathey
R.H.C. Mathis enters and claims 50 acres more or less land in Jackson County N.C. beginning at the foot of the Dismal Cliff and running south to Neddys creek then with A.J. Wood, D.H. Mathis and other lines for complement.   R.H.C. Mathis    Entered June 10th 1887
S. S. Enloe and A.M. Bennett enters and claims 500 acres more or less land in Jackson County N.C. on waters of Wrights creek tributary of Soco Creek, between the mouth of Lufta River and Wrights creek, and running with the Swain County line and other courses for complement    S.S. Enloe   A.M. Bennett    Entered June 14, 1887
S.S. Enloe & A.M. Bennett enters and claims 500 ares more or less land in Jackson County N.C. in waters of Wrights creek beginning at a White Oak on the Swain County line near the gap at the head of the left hand prong, and runs a west course with the County line to the top of the high knob then various courses for complement    Entered June 14th 1887    S.S. Enloe    A.M. Bennett
S.S. Enloe and A.M. Bennett enters and claims 640 acres of land in Jackson County N.C. on waters of Wrights creek beginning at a chestnut in the Swain County line, and runs west to the Swain County line to the divide in the forks of the creek about 300 poles, then various courses for complement.   Entered June 14, 1887    S.S. Enloe    A.M. Bennett