Dec. 25, 1815 To Job Dean from John Graham a deed for 50 acres on Johns Creek Book A, p. 546
1820 Census – Floyd County Males 26 – 45 – 1 – Job Females Under 10 – 1 26 – 45 – 1 – Peggy
Dean, Job Acres: 50 Book: O Survey Date: 10- 3-1823 County: Floyd WaterCourse: On Lick Br
Dean, Job Acres: 100 Book: P Survey Date: 6- 22-1824 County: Pike WaterCourse: Johns Cr Page: Township: Range:
Dean Job, from Abraham Wireman 74 Acres on John’s Creek 4 Dec 1824 Bk. B, p. 421
Dean, Job to Abraham Wireman 74 acres on John’s Creek 6 August 1827 Bk. C, p. 70.
Dean, Job Acres: 100 Book: K-2 Survey Date: 4-11-1836 County: Pike WaterCourse: Johns Cr Page: Township: Range:
Dean, Job Acres: 50 Book: 11 Survey Date: 12-15-1843 County: Pike WaterCourse: Lick Br Page: Township: Range: Dean, Job E Acres: 200 Book: 97 Survey Date: 2-16- 1877 County: Crittenden WaterCourse: Hurricane Cr Page: Township: Range:
Dec 24, 1824 – Indenture from Abraham Wireman to Job Dean in the amount of $500 for a 74 acre tract on John’s Creek
1823 Pike County Tax list – 50 acres on Johns Creek and 2 horses.
Dec 4, 1824 Deed from Job Dean to Abraham Wireman 74 acres on Johns Creek Book B, p. 421.
1830 Census Job is in Pike County. 4000001/111001
Kentucky Land Grants p. 529
April 11, 1836 JOb Dean 100 Ac Bk K-2 p. 395 Pike County, Johns Creek
Job Dean 1 Jul 1850 Wayne County 70 a. On waters of Rich Creek and Milam branch of the Left hand fork of Twelve Pole Creek, beginning on a hillside hear the head of a hollow of Rich Creek & corner to a survey made for George B. Hinkle and c. on a ridge between Rich Creek and Milam Grants No. 103, p. 307 Job Dean; 31 Dec 1849 Pernina James; John H. Riggs; Malinda M., James G., Amy M., Hiram W., & Reding L. Riggs; Sarah Wireman; Marinda McQuery; Malinda Sellars; Alexander, John, & Elizabeth Thompson Heirs at Law of John Dean Wayne County 100 a. On Rich Creek and Mylam branch of the Left hand fork of Twelve Pole, beginning on the Honey Trace fork of Rich Creek & c. to a ridge of the Honey Trace fork and on a line of survey made for Damron & Short to the head of Honey Trace fork of Mylam Grants No. 102, p. 540