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On June 17, 1970, and again on November 21, 1970, defendant R. D. Watts executed instruments denominated "Affidavit of Adverse Possession" in which he claimed ownership of 337.43 acres of land located partly in the John Henry Survey A-12 and the Miles G. Dikes Survey A-92 in Caldwell County, Texas, by reason of adverse possession of the property for "better than ten years" prior to June 17, 1970. The reason stated in the second affidavit for its execution was to clarify the descriptions given in the first by setting forth a complete metes and bounds description in the second. Also on June 17, 1970, and again on November 21, 1970, defendant Watts executed quitclaim deeds to defendant B. W. Bell conveying Wattss right, title and interest in the 337.43 acres to Bell. Again, the stated purpose of the second quitclaim deed was to clarify the first by setting forth a metes and bounds description. Both affidavits and both deeds were recorded in the deed records of Caldwell County within one month after they were executed.