Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book A

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Book: A, Page: 94, Grantor: John Boswell and Ann his wife, Grantee: Thomas Johnson, Date: 30-Aug-1754
John Boswell and Ann his wife, Thomas Johnson of Caroline Co. and William Johnson of Louisa Co., Gents. For natural affection to our nephew Thomas Johnson son of Nicholas Johnson of Louisa a Negro named Jenny and 4 boys named Ned, Roger, Stephen and Gutridge and girl named Sarah said Negroes being part of the estate of Thomas Johnson late of King William County, father to sd. Ann Boswell, Thomas Johnson and William Johnson and by a division of said estate fell to said Ann Boswell, Thomas Johnson and William Johnson. Wit. Robert Lasley, Thomas Bowles, William Morris.

Book: A, Page: 98, Grantor: Bailey, Henry, Grantee: Ragland, John, Date: 08-Aug-1743
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Book: A, Page: 109, Grantor: Terry, Champness, Grantee: White, Daniel, Date: 12-Sep-1743
This Indenture between Champness Terry of Louisa County, planter of the one part and Daniel White of Orange County planter of the other part, in that Chapman Terry for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings of good lawful money of England, to him in hand paid by said Daniel White at and before this [E/Tusoaling] and delivery of these presents, the receipt of which the said Champness Terry both own and acknowledge and from every part and parcel thereof both ...... exonerate and discharge this Daniel White his heirs, executors, Administrators, and assigns, have bargained and sold and do by these presents bargain [ .....?] unto said Daniel White his heirs, executors, Administrators, and assigns, grantor____ of land lying and being situate in this county of Louisa on the Brambles of Pamunkey River containing 300 acres and is bounded as followeth: Beginning at a pine corner to William Bibb by the side of a small branch running ____? south slightly four degrees, east one hundred and eighty two poles to a pine on the east side of a branch _____ north 35 degrees east three hundred and thirty eight poles to three pines corner to Symes in a valley N80W 108P - two pines on a hillside S78W 2 pines on west side of a branch S57W 46P pine, S13E 20P pine, S5W 28P Pine, S40W, 40P pine, south 40P pine, S20W 52P pine, S68W 56P, S55W 76P Pine & Oak Wm. Bibb line, S11W 36P Red Oak S22E beginning

Book: A, Page: 111, Grantor: Terry, Champness & Clorishano, Grantee: White, Daniel, Date: 12-Sep-1743
Champness Terry and Clorishano Terry his wife and Daniel White, £30 for 300 acres on Pamunkey River William Bibb, branch, Syms, .....

Book: A, Page: 116, Grantor: Thomas Rice, Grantee: John Wadkins, Date: 04-Oct-1743
Thomas Rice of St. Martins Par. Hanover County to John Wadkins of Fredericksville Par. Louisa County £10 for 75 acres on south side of main fork of Cub Creek near the head in the low grounds of Cub Creek along Crenshaw's line, Saml. Rice line, Winston's corner to Cub Creek. Sig. Thomas Rice.

Book: A, Page: 127, Grantor: John Foster, Grantee: Shirwood Harris, Date:  
John Foster of Fredericksville Par., Louisa co., and Ann his wife to Shirwood Harris of same for +15 for 104 acres and plantation on both sides of Cubb Creek in Fredericksville Par. adj. Wm. Harris, purchased by said Foster by ure of Feoffoment 13 Feb 1742 of Laurence Redman and acknowledged in Louisa. Sig. John Foster and Ann(X) Foster. Wit. Jeremiah Glen, Charles Nuckolls. 13 Feb 1743 acknowledged by John Foster. Ann, his wife, relinquished right of dower.

Book: A, Page: 128, Grantor: William Ogilvie, Grantee: James Coleman, Date: 13-Feb-1743
William Ogilvie of Louisa Co., to James Coleman of Orange Co. @14 for 100 acres between the two Ledges of Mountains ... William Cradock's corner, sd. 200 acres is the moiety of 400 acres granted by patent 173? to Timothy Dalton and by him conveyed to sd. Ogilvies by deed proved to Hanover Co. Court.

Book: A, Page: 130, Grantor: Burgis Harralson, Grantee: John Walton, Date: 13-Feb-1743
Burgis Harralson of St. Pauls Parish, Hanover Co., to John Walton of St. Martins par., Hanover Co. £20 for 400 acres adj. William Chambers and Matthew Sims corner, Pouncy Anderson, Robert Hoods, William Chamberlayns, Matthew Sims, granted to Peter Harralson by patent 12 Sep 1733. Sig. Burgis Harralson. wit. John Longan, Wm. Darwin. ack. by Burgis Harralson 13 Feb 1743.

Book: A, Page: 131, Grantor: John Blalock Sen., Grantee: John Anderson, Date: 14-Nov-1743
John Blalock Sen. of St. Martins Par., Louisa co. Planter, to John Anderson of St. Pauls Par., Hanover co. Planter; £50; 206 acres on both sides of Harris fork of Cub Creek, St. Martins Par., part of 400 acres granted to William Harris by patent and conveyed to John Blalock by deed... Road running north, Harris fork of Cub creek ... John Blalock Jrs. line. Wit. Bartelott Anderson, John Longan, Jno. Pryor, Cha. Smith, 13 Feb 1743.

Book: A, Page: 133, Grantor: Hunter, Andrew, Grantee: Webb, George, Date: 17-Mar-1743
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Book: A, Page: 133, Grantor: Andrew Hunter, Grantee: George Webb, Date: 04-Feb-1743
Andrew Hunter of St. Martins Parish, Louisa county, planter, to George Webb of St. Peters Parish, New Kent Co. Gent. #16, 200 acres in Fredericksville Parish ... corner between Robert Depriest and said Webb. Isaac Johnson' line near the Main Road. Roger Thompson line, Webbs line, being the residue of a greater tract of 400 acres granted said Hunter by patent at Williamsburg 4 Mar 1725 the other part lately sold by said Hunter to Isaac Johnson. Andrew Hunter. Wit. Roger Thompson, David Parker, William Cormick, David Cormick 12 Mar 1743 acknowledged by Andrew Hunter.

Book: A, Page: 134, Grantor: Biggers, William, Grantee: English, Stephen, Date: 12-Mar-1743
£5 for 50 acres, part of 400 acres made over to William Biggers by Wm. Carr on N. side of Little Mountain. Beg. At Benjamin ___? Corner pine, along his line N44E; 80P; to pointers S83E; 122p: pointers S46P; to pointers N88W; 176P; to his first station.

Book: A, Page: 135, Grantor: Biggers, William, Grantee: Branham, Samuel, Date: 12-Mar-1743
William Biggers to Samuel Branham of Orange, £25 for 350 acres on West side of Little Mountain. Beg. Pointers in Benjamin ____? Line; N44E; 258P; corner oak; S63E; 195P; Wm. ___? Corner, S7W; 169P; sapling; N88W; 204P; Stephen English corner; N46P; pointers; N88W; 176P; to beg.

Book: A, Page: 140, Grantor: Davis, John, Grantee: Lasley, James, Date: 14-May-1744
Regarding a parcel of 125 acres received by John Davis on 5 Jun 1736. Parcel sold to James Lasley for 11 pounds. The parcel begins at Robert MOTHERLAND’s corner two pines and white oaks along this line north 49 degrees, west 120 poles to Poore Creek; then down said creek by his watercourse to Mr. SMITHSON’s corner white oak in the said creek; then along Thomas Smithson’s line along his hill and up the creek to Smithson’s corner at several marked pines; then along Smithson’s line to a corner in Smithson’s line; then running in a straight course to the beginning. The plantation and all other improvements on the said 125 acres of land also included.

Book: A, Page: 151, Grantor: Daniel Maupin, Grantee: John Tisdale, Date: 13-Aug-1744
Daniel Maupin of St. Martins Par., Louisa Co. and Matthew Mullins of same to John Tisdale of same £18 for 50 acres on north side of Little River in St. Martins Par, Louisa co. adj. Little River along Charles Smith, to Pore Swamp, Abraham Lewis. Sig. Daniel Maupin and Matthew Mullens.

Book: A, Page: 151, Grantor: Maupin, Daniel, Grantee: Tisdale, John, Date: 13-Aug-1744
Daniel Maupin, Mathew Mullins ? to John Tisdale £18 for 50 acres on Little River, Charles Smith line, swamp, Abraham Lewis line, up Little River, ...

Book: A, Page: 153, Grantor: William Bibb, Grantee: Samuel Thomson, Date: 08-Oct-1744
William Bibb of St. Martins Paris, Hanover Co. to Samuel Thomson of Fredericksville Par. Louisa #56 for 450 acres in Fredericksville Par on both sides of Golden Mine Creek adj Samuel Thomson's, crossing Corn Swamp, Ayletts line, William Bigger, crossing mill pond.

Book: A, Page: 155, Grantor: Goodall, James & wife, Grantee: Johnson, Richard, Date: 01-Jan-1744
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Book: A, Page: 157, Grantor: James Nuckolls Sr., Grantee: James Nuckolls, Jr., Date: 08-Oct-1744
James Nuckolls Sr. of Hanover Co. to James Nuckolls, Jr. for fatherly love my plantation and 200 acres on fork of Little River joining on the south fork of the river and on the north or upper side of the James adj. Charles Barret, Gent., John Cosby and Benja. Brown and the fork of the river.

Book: A, Page: 159, Grantor: Michael Holland, Grantee: Joseph Martin, Date: 12-Nov-1744
Michael Holland of St. Paul's Par., Hanover co. Gent., to Joseph Martin of Fredericksville Par., Louisa Co. £12 for 400 acres in Fredericksville Par on west side of the Little Mountains beginning at Timothy Dalton Junrs. corner; granted by patent 5 Dec 1740.

Book: A, Page: 159, Grantor: John Jones, Wm. Shaw, John Bril, Grantee: Daniel Dessain, Date: 08-Dec-1743
John Jones, Wm. Shaw, John Bril wit. to deed Daniel Dessain of Goochland Co. to Giles Allegree for tract on Louisa- Goochland County line.

Book: A, Page: 159, Grantor: Nuckolls, James L., Grantee: Nuckolls, James J., Date: 01-Jan-1744
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Book: A, Page: 159, Grantor: Dessain David, Grantee: Allegre, Giles, Date: 08-Dec-1743
Daniel Dessain of Goochland to Giles Allegre £8 for 515 acres on the North West side of the Sugarloaf Mountains. Beginnning at Braddock's corner. Davis line, aforesaid mountains in the dividing line between Hanover and Goochland county...

Book: A, Page: 160, Grantor: Samuel Thomson, Grantee: Francis Hester, Date: 20-Nov-1744
Samuel Thomson of Fredericksville Par. Louisa Co. to Francis Hester of same. #23 for 200 acres in Fredericksville Par, adj. Robert Hester Robert Estes, Henry Bibb.

Book: A, Page: 175, Grantor: Samuel Goodman, Grantee: Benjamin Dumas, Date: 05-Jan-1744
Samuel Goodman of St. Martins Par. Hanover co., planter to Benjamin Dumas of St. Martins Par. Louisa Co. £25 for 1 acre on north side of Little River in St. Martins Par. adj. Garland orphans being part of a tract taken up by Edward Garland, dec'd. and by him sold to John Hinson and by Hinson sold to Charles Yancey, by Yancey sold to William Noble and by Noble sold to Samuel Goodman.

Book: A, Page: 175, Grantor: Dumas, Benjamin, Grantee: Goodman, Samuel, Date: 26-Mar-1742
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Book: A, Page: 178, Grantor: Bibb, Henry, Grantee: Bibb, David, Date: 23-Aug-1742
Henry Bibb for the love and affection for my son David Bibb, grant when he shall come to attain the age of 21 years, or when he shall marry (and not before) for the four following negro slaves, _____? and Arthur (boys) ____ & ____ (girls); if David dies, then to my other children ....

Book: A, Page: 182, Grantor: Charles Yancey, Grantee: Robert Yancey, Date: 20-Apr-1745
Charles Yancey of St. Martin's Par., Louisa Co., for Good will and affection to my loving son, Robert Yancey of afsd. Par. and Co. One negro girl, Nanow, and her increase. Sig. Charles Yancey (x). Wit: Daniel Maupin, James Yancey, Archelaus Yancey. 28 May 1745 proved by oaths of Daniel Maupin and Archelaus Yancey.

Book: A, Page: 185, Grantor: Daniel Maupin, Grantee: James Yancey, Date: 28-May-1745
Daniel Maupin of Louisa co. to James Yancey of same. LB 33. 76 acres on north side of Little River, St. Marti's Par...said Maupin's and James Yancey's corner on north side of the Little River...William Morris' line to a branch, down same following the meanders to the Little River Sig. Daniel Maupin. 28 May 1745 ack. by Daniel Maupin, Margaret, his wife, relinquished her right of dower.

Book: A, Page: 187, Grantor: Richard Yancey., Grantee:  , Date: 25-Jun-1745
Richard Yancey wit. to deed 25 Jun 1745 Benjamin Harris and Sarah, his wife of St. Marti's Par., Louisa co. to Robert Harris of Fredericksville Par., Louisa Co.

Book: A, Page: 193, Grantor: Durrett, Richard, Grantee: Douglas, John, Date: 25-Jun-1742
Richard Durrett to John Douglas for £25, 1,100 acres? lying on both sides of the ____ forks of _____ creek. Branch of Drillys Cr.? along the county line ....

Book: A, Page: 198, Grantor: Thomas Meriwether and Nicholas Meriwether, Gent., Grantee: Richard Philips, Date: 25-Jun-1745
Thomas Meriwether and Nicholas Meriwether, Gent. Exors. of David Meriwether, late of Louisa co, Gent. dec'd., to Richard Philips of St. George's Par. Spotsylvania Co., Gent. 270Lbs. currt. money. 400 acres in fork of the South Anna patent to Nicholas Meriwether Gent, Dec'd. 18 Feb 1722 devised to his son, David Meriwether........

Book: A, Page: 203, Grantor: Robert Roe and Thomas Walker, Grantee: Col. James Pattern, Date: 13-Apr-1745
Robert Roe and Thomas Walker of Louisa Co. to Col. James Pattern of Augusta Co. £25 for 200 acres on both sides of the main fork of Pritties Creek... Gough's and Hichman's line...south fork of Pritties Creek; part of 300 acres granted to David Watts by patent 5 Jun 1736; made over to Robert Row by deed 11 Jul 1743, recorded Louisa Co. mortgaged by said Row to said Thomas Walker by deed recorded 1744. sig. Robert Rowe. Wit. A. J. Smith, Benjamin Henslee, James Goodall. 24 Sep 1745 proved by oath of Ambrose Joshua Smith.

Book: A, Page: 204, Grantor: Timothy Dalton Junr., Grantee: James Coleman, Date: 10-Oct-1745
Timothy Dalton, Jr. of Brunswick Co. to James Coleman of Orange Co. £12 for 200 acres on branches of Pritties Creek ... Thomas Collins corner pine in Capt. Hollands. line, Coleman's line, part of 400 acres granted to sd. Timothy Dalton by Patent. Sig. Timothy Dalton (T), wit. Francis Meriwether, William Wood, Ann Dalton, Steven Hues.

Book: A, Page: 222, Grantor: John Starke, Grantee: Robert Anderson, Date: 27-May-1746
John Starke of Louisa co., to Robert Anderson of same. £63 currt. money. for 379 acres on Ducking Hole Swamp land said Starke purchased of Maj. William Morris; part of a larger tract granted by patent 20 Jul 1738 adj. James Roach. Sig. John Starke. Wit. Richard Terrel, Jr., Chas. Bickley, James Yancey. Ack. by Anne, wife of John Starke.

Book: A, Page: 229, Grantor: Michael Holland, Grantee: John Mackally, Date:  
Michael Holland of Goochland Co. to John Mackally of Louisa Co. £20 currt. money for 400 acres on west side of the Little Mountains ... Smith's land Dalton's corner ... Henslee's line to his and Carr's corner.

Book: A, Page: 260, Grantor: John Almand, Grantee: John Hackett, Date: 24-Apr-1758
John Almand wit to deed John Hackett of St. Margaret's Par. Caroline Co and Susannah, his wife to John Burk of same for land in Louisa county.

Book: A, Page: 261, Grantor: John Poindexter, David Cosby and Thomas Poindexter, Grantee: John Winston, Date: 28-Oct-1746
John Poindexter, David Cosby and Thomas Poindexter witnessed to deed John Winston of Hanover Co. to James Winston of Louisa Co.

Book: A, Page: 265, Grantor: Matthew Anderson, Grantee: Robert Anderson, Date: 04-Jan-1745
Matthew Anderson of St. Paul's Par. Hanover County, Merchant, to Robert Anderson of same, planter; 400 acres lying near the Mountains; granted unto said Anderson by letters of patent, mortgaged unto William Prentice of City of Williamsburg, Gent for a sum of money with other lands recorded in the Secretaries office in Williamsburg. Matthew Anderson purchased the same of said Prentice, and in consideration that Robert Anderson by deed released and made over his right and title in two tracts adjoining each other, containing 200 acres, doth release and forever quit claim unto said Robert Anderson all right and title. Sig. Matthew Anderson wit. John Anderson, Mary Cocke, William Roach, Richd. Johnson, Jas. Littlepage, Daniel Williams.

Book: A, Page: 266, Grantor: Robert Anderson, Grantee: John Moore, Date: 17-Aug-1746
Robert Anderson of St. Pauls Parish, Hanover Co., Planter to John Moore of St. Martins Par., Hanover Co., planter for +45 currt. money for 400 acres granted said Anderson by patent near a tract taken up by Col. Meriwether late of Hanover Co., dec'd. a little below the mountains and adjoins land of Samuel Dalton and that which was Edwards Hix's on a branch of the south River called in said patent, Anderson's Creek.

Book: A, Page: 268, Grantor: Ambrose Joshua Smith, Grantee: John Dixon, Date: 26-Jan-1746
Ambrose Joshua Smith of Louisa Co. to John Dixon of Hanover Co., Gent. Lease and release £146 for 2,086 acres on both sides of Pritties Creek, 1,986 acres part of a tract of 4,372 acres granted to said Smith by patent 5 Jun 1741 and 100 acres, the residue sold to said Smith by Robert Rowe and Thomas Walker...Capt. Martin's corner by side of a branch...Thomas Henry's corner...Col. Patton's line...upper side of Pritties Creek near the mouth of Gum Branch, down the Creek.. Gough's and Hickman's line...Col. Patton's corner...Maj. Henry's corner...Patton's line...Thomas Ballard's corner...John McDaniel's corner...Doctor Tullock's line. Sig. A. J. Smith. Wit. Benja. Henson, Thos. Lankford, John Hawkins. 27 Jan 1746. acknowledged by Ambrose Joshua Smith, Gent. Judith, his wife relinquished right of dower.

Book: A, Page: 283, Grantor: Shirwood Harris, Grantee: Nelson Anderson, Date: 05-Feb-1746
Shirwood Harris of St. Paul's Par. Hanover Co. to Nelson Anderson of St. Paul's Par. Hanover Co. +56 for 252 acres land and plantation, purchased of John Foster by deed 13 Feb 1743 on both sides of Cub Creek in Fredericksville Par. adjoining William Harris, crossing Cubb Creek. all tract of land joining purchased by said Harris of Richard Henderson by deed 7 Apr 1745 adjoining Wm. Adam's corner, Joseph East's line, David Harris' line, Sherwood Harris corner, Timberlake's line.

Book: A, Page: 285, Grantor: John Carr, John Chiles, Thomas Bond, David Cosby, Grantee:  , Date: 28-Jul-1747
John Carr, John Chiles, Thomas Bond, David Cosby witnesses to deed 28 Jul 1747 James Overton of St. Martin's Par., Louisa to Cot his son James Overton tract on Elk Creek.

Book: A, Page: 285, Grantor: Samuel Thompson and Temperance, his wife, Grantee: William Thompson, Date: 28-Jul-1747
Samuel Thompson and Temperance, his wife of Fredericksville Par. Louisa Co. for good will and love to loving son William Thompson 400 acres on both sides of Corn Swamp, Hardin Burnley's corner, Ayletts; corner, Col. Meriwether's line.

Book: A, Page: 292, Grantor: Richard Chamberlayne, Grantee: David Hamilton, Date: 08-Jun-1758
Richard Chamberlayne of New Kent Co., Gent. to David Hamilton of Louisa Co., planter,75 for 800 acres now in Louisa county lately in Hanover; 400 acres part thereof granted to William May by patent 28 Sep 1730; conveyed to William Chamberlayne, now dec'd., father of the sd. Richard; 400 acres the other part granted to sd. William Chamberlayne, dec'd. by patent 28 Sep 1728; whole tract devised to sd. Richard by last will of sd. William Chamberlayne, dec'd. by records of New Kent Co.

Book: A, Page: 297, Grantor: William Trice, Grantee:  , Date: 23-Feb-1747
William Trice of Louisa co., who was 15 years old the 24 Nov. last, hath by his own free will and with the advice of Thos. Paulet, his guardian, and the approbation of the Court, bound himself apprentice unto Henry Tate of Louisa co., Carpenter ... until he attains 21 years of age ... At the expiration of this time sd. Tate to give him a set of tools and #5 money. Sig. Henry Tate and William Trice Rec. 23 Feb 1747.

Book: A, Page: 300, Grantor: Thomas Poindexter, Grantee: William Harris, Date: 07-Mar-1747
Thomas Poindexter of St. Martins Par, Louisa Co. and Sarah his wife to William Harris of same. $43 10s for 100 acres in St. Martins Par. which sd. Poindexter bought of John Magehee corner of William Witten in Thomas Graves line on south side of Great Rocky Creek ... John Macgehee and William Whitten line.

Book: A, Page: 311, Grantor: David Hambleton, Grantee: John Richardson, Date:  
David Hambleton of Fredericksville Par. Louisa County, Planter, to John Richardson of same, planter for £53-15 for 150 acres and plantation adj. David's branch, which land and plantation was given to sd. Hambleton by Lancelot Armstrong, late of Louisa by deed of gift 24 Sep 1737 recorded in Hanover County. Sig. David Hambleton, wit. John Foster, John Watson, Edward Harris.

Book: A, Page: 329, Grantor: James Johnson and Mary, his wife, Grantee: James Overton, Date: 04-Aug-1748
James Johnson and Mary, his wife of Louisa Co., to James Overton of Hanover Co. #10 12s currt. money. 296 acres on both sides of the middle fork of Contrary River purchased of Ambrose Joshua Smith by deed 3 Aug. 1737... Charles Smith's line. Sig. James Johnson Mary Johnson (x) Wit. David Cosby, Jr , Edward Nelson James Overton, Jr 27 Sept. 1748 proved by oaths of Edward Nelson, James Overton. 26 Oct. 1748 proved by oath of David Cosby, Jr.

Book: A, Page: 329, Grantor: David Cosby, Junr, Edward Nelson, James Overton, J, Grantee: James Johnson and Mary his wife, Date: 04-Aug-1748
David Cosby, Junr, Edward Nelson, James Overton, Jr. witnesses to deed James Johnson and Mary his wife of Louisa to James Overton of Hanover Co. tract on Contrary Creek.

Book: A, Page: 337, Grantor: Benjamin Henson, Grantee: John Foster, Date: 08-Mar-1749
Benjamin Henson of Fredericksville Par. Louisa co. to John Foster of same. for +45 for 150 acres adjoining lines of Mr. George Homes and Orange co. line, Mr. Thomas' line on both sides of Main Road, known by name of Durrut's Ordinary. wit. Richard Durrett, Wm. Henson, James Meriwether.

Book: A, Page: 346, Grantor: Livingston, George, Grantee:  , Date: 18-May-1749
DB A page 346, 347 18 May, 1749 and George Livingston of Louisa County 60lb. 400 acres in Louisa, part of a patent granted to John Aylett 4 January 1734 bounded as follows: Beginning at Spanish Oak on south side of Northanna and near creek then south 58° west 500 poles to a white oak and red sapling in the head of a valley in the patent line then along those lines north 138 poles to three black gums on the side of Negro creek thence crossing said creek several courses to the river then down the said river to the beginning.

Book: A, Page: 349, Grantor: Samuel Thomson, Grantee: Henry Melton, Date: 22-Nov-1748
Samuel Thomson of Fredericksville Par. Louisa to Henry Melton of same. #21 10s for 200 acres in Fredericksville Par by Tommahawk branch in Tates line. Ack. by Samuel and Temperance Thomson.

Book: A, Page: 353, Grantor: Richard Yanceyl, Grantee: James Nuckols, Date: 25-Jul-1749
Richard Yancey witl to deed James Nuckols of St. Pauls Par, Hanover to James Nuckolls, Jr. of Fredericksville Par. Louisa.

Book: A, Page: 353, Grantor: Richard Yancey, Grantee: James Nuckols, Date: 25-Jul-1749
Richard Yancey wit to deed James Nuckols of St. Pauls Par., Hanover to James Nuckolls, Jr. of Fredericksville Par. Louisa.

Book: A, Page: 356, Grantor: Nathaniel Winston, Grantee: James Bunch, Date: 26-Sep-1749
Nathaniel Winston of St. Margarets Par., Caroline Co. to James Bunch of Fredericksville Par, Louisa co. £41 12s, for 208 acres on north side of the South Anna part of the land sd. Winston bought of the Exors of Michael Holland, dec'd. adj. Bunches line, south side of South Anna, Charles Moreman. Wit. David Mills, Charles Moreman, Thos. Martin.

Book: A, Page: 363, Grantor: Tate, John, Grantee: Hopkins, John, Date: 28-Nov-1749
John Tait of St. Martins parish, Louisa Co. To John Hopkins, St. Martins parish, Hanover Co. £30, 400 acres. Beg. Poplar, Dogwood & Spanish Oak on side of a hill; N70W; 50P; pine; N85W; 251P; three pine saplins; N20E; 22P; Head of Sycamore Fork of Camp Creek; N20E; 226P; A Branch of Duckinghole Creek; N20E; 20P; The Main Creek; N20E; 12P; pine; S60E; 298P; pine; S20W; 164P; to Beg.

Book: A, Page: 368, Grantor: Kendrick, John & Marylin, Grantee: Cole, Richard, Date: 27-Feb-1749
John Kendrick and Marylin (wife) to Richard Cole for £30, 200 acres of land lying on both sides of the south fork of Contrary Creek, bounded as follows: Beginning at John C___ corner ... crossing the south fork of Contrary Creek, to a corner pine on Compton's line ... Witness: William Kendricks, Benjamin Bibb, James Johnson

Book: A, Page: 368, Grantor: John Kindrick and Mary his wife, Grantee: Richard Cole, Date: 27-Feb-1749
John Kindrick and Mary his wife of Fredericksville Par. Louisa Co. to Richard Cole of same. #30 currt money. 200 acres in Fredericksville Par....John Cumpton Junr's corner...south fork of Contrary River. Sig. John Kendrick, Mary Kendrick (x) Wit. William Kendrick, Benjamin Bibb, James Johnson. 27 Feb. 1749 acknowledged by John Kendrick. Mary his wife, relinquished her right of dower.

Book: A, Page: 369, Grantor: Edward Harris, Grantee: William Watkins, Date: 05-Jan-1749
Edward Harris of Louisa and his wife Ann to William Watkins of Hanover Co. £80 for 150 acres and plantation on Cub Creek adj. William Harris, being part of 400 acres granted to William Harris, the deceased father of said Edward Harris by patent 24 Mar 1725.



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