On 28 Sep 1808, John Bell sold the last part of his 800 acre survey to Michael Troutman. This 800 acre survey was located west of the West Fork of Cox's Creek in Bullitt County. The divisions of the 800 acre survey are shown here.
Troutman's portion began at Bell's easternmost corner [D], traveled northwest 220 poles to  a corner of Edward Truman, then southwest with Truman's line 128 poles to another Truman corner, then 19 poles southeast to  a corner of Valentine Nicholas, then southwest 102 poles to  a blue ash, sugar tree, and black walnut in Kirby's line, then southeast 108 poles to  an elm and white oak on a drain in George Bell's line, then northeast 68 poles to  a corner of George Bell, then southeast 95 poles to  an ash and hickory in the original line, and then northeast 142 poles to the beginning
A transcription of this deed, and an image of it both appear below.
You may read more about John Bell's survey, and about the deeds of the remaining purchasers by following these links.
Bullitt County Deed Book B, pages 235-7
This indenture made this twenty eighth day of September in the year of eighteen hundred and eight between John Bell and Margaret his wife of Hardin County and state of Kentucky of the one part, and Michael Troutman of Bullitt County and state aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that they the aforesaid John Bell and Margaret his wife for and in consideration of the full and just sum of thirteen hundred thirty three and one third dollars current money to him in hand paid, the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge they have bargained and sold, and by these presents do give, grant, bargain, sell, alien, release, convey and confirm unto him the aforesaid Michael Troutman, his heirs or assigns forever all their estate, right, title, claim and interest of in and to a certain parcel of land situate lying and being in Bullitt County and being a part of eight hundred acres entered, surveyed and patented in the name of said Bell, lying on the west fork of Coxes Creek and bounded as followeth, viz. Beginning at two elm, a cherry tree and sassafras saplings standing between two dead white oaks formerly marked for a corner of said Bell's eight hundred acres, and running thence with the original line N 47° W (for 45° W) 220 poles to Trueman's corner of poplar and dogwood, thence with said Trueman's line S 45 W 128 poles to Trueman's corner of maple and sugar tree and also corner to Valentine Nicholas' 125 acres, thence with Nicholas' line S 45° E 19 poles to his corner of dogwood bush, thence with another of Nicholas' lines S 45° W 102 poles to a blue ash, sugar tree, and black walnut in Jesse Kerbey's line, thence with Kirbey's line S 45° E 108 poles to an elm and white oak on a drain in George Bell's line, thence with said line N 45° E 68 poles to his corner of black walnut and buckeye, thence with another of George Bell's lines S 48° E (for S 45° E) 95 poles to his corner of ash and hickory in the original line of said John Bell's 800 acre survey, thence with said line N 45° E 142 poles to the beginning computed to contain two hundred and sixty acres by survey be the same more or less. To have and to hold the aforesaid two hundred and sixty acres of land with all and every the appurtenances thereunto belonging to him the aforesaid Michael Troutman and his heirs forever, and they the aforesaid John Bell and Margaret his wife for themselves and their heirs do covenant with him the aforesaid Michael Troutman and his heirs that they the aforesaid John Bell and Margaret his wife the aforesaid two hundred and sixty acres of land together with all and every the appurtenance thereunto belonging from them the said John Bell and Margaret his wife and their heirs and from all and every the claim or claims of all and every person or persons whatsoever unto him the aforesaid Michael Troutman and his heirs and assigns shall warrant and forever defend by these presents. In testimony whereof they the aforesaid John Bell and Margaret his wife have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals this day and year as first written. (signed) John Bell, Margaret (her X mark) Bell
Bullitt County Sct
I the clerk of the County Court of said county do hereby certify that on the 20th day of September 1808 John Bell and Margaret Bell as parties to the within indenture personally before me acknowledged the same to be their voluntary act and deed, and she the said Margaret being examined by me privily and apart from her said husband declared that she freely and willingly sealed and delivered the said indenture which was then shown and explained to her by me that she wished not to retract it and consented to the recording of it and also relinquished her right of dower in and to the land within mentioned. And that I have recorded the said indenture and this certificate in my office as required by law. Witness my hand this 28th day of October 1808. (signed) Frederic W. S. Grayson
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