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1987V972P672 'JERRY WINDHAM & FRANK THURMOND Highway 6 - East Side #2 SUBORDINATION OF MINERAL INTEREST, ESTATE, ROYALTY_ WORKING INTEREST OR RIGHT OF ENTITLEMENT TO SII ERALS OR PRODUCTION TO PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY` All STATE OF TEXAS ) KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS : COUNTY OF BRAZOS ) ;86886 That the undersigned mineral owners, 6r V`Q estate, royalties, a workinginterest(whether of the minera �� existing leases, or by workng agreementsor , farmtouts,ionhereof oreotherder joint operations or investment agreements, or other rights or entitlements or minerals or production) for and in consideration of Ten and No/100 Dollars ( $10. 00 ) , in hand paid , receipt of which is hereby acknowledged; HAVE SUBORDINATED, and do hereby SUBORDINATE their respective surface rights and interests in and to the property described on Exhibit "A" attached hereto, being a public right-of-way; to the rights of the City of College Station, which shall hereafter be superior to the rights of the undersigned within said right-of- way; to secure to the City of College Station the unrestricted right to construct and maintain the public herein free of any subservience to theinterestoofmthesundersiggn- ed. It is expressly understood and agreed that the undersigned retains all rights in and to the easement area which are not in conflict with or inconsistent with the actual uses of same by the City. This document shall not modify or affect the scope or extent the rights to surface use, ingress or egress, of the under except as to the City of College Station. signed , of EXECUTED this4V_ day of ' 7-----T 19 g7 • BV /..,'"e� •erry P. Windham/-- STATE OF TEXAS ) 2) ,;i as r.;wii� 1V. .7,1:ir o,if.' 41�,COUNTYOF BRAZOS ) Frank Thurmond-- ' This ins rument was acknowledged be ore me . 44— . .. . ... .�� �... . . ...... 114' 9 by 4'444-- , ' n the day of �.,•,.. . .. .,,•.. ... .... X XXXX�XXXXXXXX •i;".t"Mai tiyix ! „„e• 7- y;9':'; �,.1.�... Xdb�1X' (�(At- .wX to me known to be the indiv���G>Uidual (tXl described in and who executed the foregoing instrument and a he executed the same. • acknowledged that ' l _ , `i►' • ' 'Y PUBLIC in and for the State of Texas Printed Name: Ei•k(t,) , ` „ My Comm. Exp. OW � ,� / // / vo, (j720.-c672 ' • STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF BRAZOS ) This instrument was acknowledged before me on the i - day of 192'17by ) to me known to be the individual described in and who executed the foregoing instrument and acknowledged that he executed the same. the i n an. State or ,' • . of Texas .. Printed Name: Tz���q C'r U , ` My Comm. VOL i72673 1{. 1 JOE ORR, INC. Surveyors & Engineers Office Phone 693-3378 • Rt. 3, Box 413 COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS 77840 25 FOOT EASEMENT JERRY WINDHAM AND FRANK THURMOND TRACT ROBERT STEVENSON LEAGUE BRAZOS COUNTY, TEXAS 9 APRIL 1985 Being a strip of land in the Robert Stevenson League in Brazos County, Texas, twenty five ( 25 ' ) feet in width through that 19.0 acre tract conveyed to Jerry Windham and Frank Thurmond by deed recorded in Volume 581, Page 207 of the Deed Records of Brazos County, Texas , and lying twelve and one-half ( 12 . 5 ' ) feet each side of the following described centerline: Beginning in the line between the said Windham and Thurmond 19 .0 acre tract and that 44 . 19 acre tract conveyed to Phillip G . E . Vandekerckhove, Trustee by deed recorded in Volume 612 , Page 437 of the Official Records of Brazos County, Texas, at a point located N 41 degrees 10 ' 36" E - 122.0 feet from an iron rod found in the northeast right-of-way line of State Highway No . 6 at the common corner of the said Windham and Thurmond tract and the said Vandekerckhove tract . Thence S 49 degrees 25 ' 30" E - 837 . 8 feet through the said Windham and Thurmond tract to ,the end of this easement in the southeast line of the said Windham and Thurmond` tract at a point 20 ' 58" E - 121 . 4 feet from;..an ',iron rodfound inateche fouN 41nd in right-of-way line of State:uighway'No. 6 at the most southerly corner of the said Windham andThurmond tract . •• *AV r . L111•1'0 % •• 1475 .;2- EXHIBIT "A" VOL V 72 PAGE 674 III