Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book K
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Book: K, Page: 11, Grantor: John Lawrence and Henderson Lawrence, Grantee: Judah Anderson, Date: 01-Dec-1804
John Lawrence and Henderson Lawrence sell to Judah Anderson all their claim to the estate of David Anderson, dec'd. which claims came by our wifes Sarah and Susannah the daughters of said dec'd. for £55 to each of us. 1 Dec 1804. Sig. John (x) Lawrence and Henderson (x) Lawrence. Wit. Thomas Shelton, Matthew Farrar, Cecelia Shelton. Rec. 10 Dec 1804.
Book: K, Page: 15, Grantor: Bell, Robert & wife, Grantee: Wheeler, Nathaniel, Date: 10-Dec-1804
Book: K, Page: 16, Grantor: William Johnson, Grantee: David Michie, Date:
Nov. 1804 William Johnson Doctr. of Louisa to David Michie of Albemarle Co. $1 a tract in Summer County, Tennessee on Station Creek cont. 200 and odd acres ad purchased in part of George Michie and the balance of Rubbin Deloach. with appurtenances for the express purpose hereafter mentioned to wit. whereas sd. William Johnson hath sold to sd. David Michie a tract in Louisa in the neighborhood of the Green Springs which William Johnson inherited fro his father containing by est. 283 acres for which sd. William has reserved of the sd. David ?1100 and whereas sd David Michie has been sued in the federal court for the district of Richmond for to subject the said land to the payment of debts due to subjects of Great Britain & c now so it is the object of these presets is to indemnify David Michie from the suits aforesaid and to indemnify and guarantee him from the claim or claims of any other person whomsoever as far as the aforesaid land will go. It is understood this deed shall be relinquished whenever the afsd claims are withdrawn provided no others offer themselves . Sig. W. Johnson, David Michie. wit. Oliver Cross, John Wheeler, David Bunch, Ambrose Flanagan. Rec. 10 Dec. 1804.
Book: K, Page: 18, Grantor: David Johnson, Grantee: John L. Harris, Date: 06-Oct-1804
David Johnson of Louisa indebted to John L. Harris of Goochland ?365. In trust tract where David Johnson lives containing 200 acres adjoining Thomas Anderson, Berryman Johnson and others also Negro Daniel, Tom, Polly, Eve, Molly, Abner, wit. James George, David George, William Shelton, Francis Underwood.
Book: K, Page: 23, Grantor: William Clarke, Grantee: Benjamin Mosby, Date: 08-Dec-1804
I, William Clarke of Louisa, for consideration of respect for Negro man Henry who is my slave and was formerly slave to Benjamin Mosby, late of Goochland, declare Henry to be free. Now call him Henry Mosby. 8 Dec 1804. Wit. Thomas Jackson, William Cooke, David Johnson, Nicholas M. Anderson, David Yancey.
Book: K, Page: 26, Grantor: William Johnson, Grantee: David Michie, Date:
William Johnson of Louisa to David Michie of Albemarle ?1133 tract both sides Hudsons Creek in Louisa near the Green Sprigs cot. 183 acres adj. Robert Michie, dec'd. which was assigned to Thomas M. Johnson, heirs of Robert Michie, William Morris which was assigned to John B. Johnson, lot No. 3 assigned to Thomas M. Johnson. the above part or parcel of land designated #4 assigned to afsd. William Johnson by commissioners appointed by Louisa court to divide the land of Thomas Johnson, Minor, dec'd. among his sons. Sig. William Johnson wit. Robert King, Matt. Michie, Ann Michie W. Michie, Oliver Cross, Ambrose Flanagan. Rec. 10 Dec. 1804.
Book: K, Page: 45, Grantor: Peter Crawford trustee for Theophilus Chewning and, Grantee: Ludlow Branham, Date: 01-Feb-1805
Peter Crawford trustee for Theophilus Chewning and Hannah Chewning in trust mare, cows, feather beds and furniture to secure to Ludlow Branham and Co. £22-1 with interest. Sig. Theophilus Chewning, Hannah (x) Chewning. wit. Dina Chewning, Philadelphia Chewning (x), Jane Chewning.
Book: K, Page: 49, Grantor: William Johnson and Nancy his wife, Grantee: James Poindexter, Date: 15-Aug-1804
William Johnson and Nancy his wife of Louisa to James Poindexter of same $100 tract in Louisa on waters of Fork Creek adj. John Hughson (now William Hunter), John Johnson, James Poindexter and Jonathan Stanley cont. 70 acres est. Sig. William Johnson. wit. John Poindexter, Nicholas J. Poindexter, William G. Poindexter. Wm. G. scratched out and James substituted in this deed before signed. Examined and delivered to James Poindexter.
Book: K, Page: 54, Grantor: Benjamin Clark, Agness Clark and Mildred Clark, Grantee: Edward Garland, Date: 08-Apr-1805
Benjamin Clark, Agness Clark and Mildred Clark of Louisa to Edward Garland of Louisa 200 Lbs. for 200 acres on waters of Fork Creek where Benjamin, Agness and Mildred Clark now reside. sig. by all three. Wit. Robert Clarke, George Fleming, Larkin Lane. Rec. 8 Apr 1805
Book: K, Page: 66, Grantor: Elijah May, Grantee: William May, Date: 15-Jan-1805
Elijah May of Louisa to William May for £130 for tract on South River and James River and both sides of 3 Notched Road and the road leading to Columbia containing 100 acres adjoining Stephen Hunter, Columbia Road, Taylers, 3 Notched Road, Thackers. Sig. Elijah May. wit. David Stedgil, John Venable, Thomas Wood. Rec. 8 Apr 1805.
Book: K, Page: 72, Grantor: Thomas Harris and Anne, his wife, Grantee: Elijah May, Date: 13-Apr-1804
Thomas Harris and Anne, his wife, of Fluvannah (sic) County to Elijah May for £60 for tract in Louisa on "some of the waters of South River and James River", both sides 3 Notched Road and road leading to Columbia containing 100 acres adjoining Stephen Hunter, Thacker. Sig. by Thomas Harris and Anne Harris. wit. Turner Anderson, Nathl. Venable, Thomas Merewether, John D. Anderson. [margin note- delvd. to Elijah May.]
Book: K, Page: 73, Grantor: Anne Harris, Grantee: , Date: 13-Apr-1803
Acknowledgement of Anne Harris 13 Apr 1803.
Book: K, Page: 80, Grantor: Elizabeth Gooch, Grantee: , Date: 05-Apr-1805
Acknowledgement by justices of Louisa that Elizabeth Gooch could not conveniently travel t court for above deed. 5 Apr 1805.
Book: K, Page: 82, Grantor: Terry, David, Grantee: Dunn, Martin, Date: 10-Jun-1805
David Terry of Louisa Co to Martin Dunn of Albemarle County for £11 11 acres of land on Hickory Creek. Beginning at James Porter corner to several small brush pointers in said Dunn's line, running due N. 34P Corner ded pine & several bushes; in Porters line, then new line; N82W; 36p: parcel of Maples in bottom near a branch, then new cut line; S72W; 42P; corner of several bushes in Dunn's line, along line; S62E; 81P; Beginning ..
Book: K, Page: 83, Grantor: Mary Duke wife of Joseph Duke, Grantee: Arthur Clayton, Date: 18-Feb-1805
Relinquishment of Mary Duke wife of Joseph Duke to deed 18 Feb 1805 to Arthur Clayton for tract in Louisa on Hickory Creek cont. 43 1/2 acres. Mary cannot conveniently travel. Mary examined by William Thomson and Garland Anderson 20 Mar 1805. Rec. 18 Jun 1805.
Book: K, Page: 88, Grantor: Nuckolls, John, Grantee: Pottie, George, Date: 08-Jul-1805
Book: K, Page: 91, Grantor: Elener Terrell, Nancy Terrell and Dorothy Terrell, Grantee: William Mills Jr., Date: 25-Apr-1805
Elener Terrell, Nancy Terrell and Dorothy Terrell of Louisa to William Mills, Jr. of Louisa $1.00 for tract containing 231 acres adjoining William Graves, Little river. wit. George Harris, William Lawrence, Cleon Callis, William Terrell, Richmond Terrell, Charles Quarles.
Book: K, Page: 93, Grantor: John Burnley, Grantee: David Lipscomb, Date: 04-Jun-1805
John Burnley to David Lipscomb +306 tract in lower end Louisa on the road leading from Louisa Courthouse to Richmond cont. 382 1/2 acres adj. Diggs and Poindexters line, Meriwether Poindexter, Johnson, Christmas line, Dudley Diggs and John Diggs.
Book: K, Page: 104, Grantor: John Tisdale, Grantee: , Date: 12-Aug-1805
Bond of John Tisdale who is appointed to act as Constable in Louisa County 12 Aug 1805.
Book: K, Page: 104, Grantor: Tisdale, John, Grantee: Comwth of Virginia, Date: 12-Aug-1805
Know all men by these presents that we John Tisdale, Henry Pendleton and Robert Yancey are held firmly bound unto John Page our present governor and his successors in office for the use of the Commonwealth of Virginia in the penalty of $400 to which payment ... and truly to be made we bind ourselves, our heirs, ... jointly and severally by these presents sealed with our oath and dated this 12 day of Aug 1805. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound John Tisdale has this day been appointed by the court to act as constable in the county. If therefore the said John Tisdale shall well and truly and according to law perform the said office of constable then this obligation to be void else to remain in full force power and ....
Book: K, Page: 111, Grantor: Nuckolls, John, Grantee: Nuckolls, Mary, Date: 09-Sep-1805
Book: K, Page: 113, Grantor: Tisdale and Frances his wife, Grantee: Saml. Henson, Date:
Tisdale and Frances his wife of Louisa to Saml. Henson £536 on both sides Rockey Creek adjoining John Poindexter, John Gilbert Jr, Samuel Henson, Nathaniel Wheeler containing 268 acres.
Book: K, Page: 113, Grantor: Tisdale and Frances his wife, Grantee: Saml. Henson, Date:
Tisdale and Frances his wife of Louisa to Saml. Henson #536 on both sides Rockey Creek adjoining John Poindexter, John Gilbert Jr, Samuel Henson, Nathaniel Wheeler containing 268 acres.
Book: K, Page: 115, Grantor: Crew, William Sr., Grantee: Tisdale, Shirley, Date: 07-Sep-1805
William Crew to Shirley Tisdale for £188 two certain tracts of land on the South Anna River; one 30 acres ... beginning on said Tisdale line on branch to the Clift Branch, Ivy Hills to James Trevilian line, Eliza Johnson ....
Book: K, Page: 115, Grantor: William Crew Sr., Grantee: Shirley Tisdale, Date: 07-Sep-1805
William Crew, Sr. of Louisa to Shirley Tisdale of same #188 6/8 for 1 tracts in Louisa on Southanna river containing 30 acres adjoining sd. Tisdale, Clift branch, cow tract and Ivy Hill, James Trevillians. Other tract containing 100 acres adjoining Tisdale, Elijah Johnson, Henry Crank, Wyatt Lipscomb. Sig. William Crew (X) no wit. Rec. 9 Sep 1805.
Book: K, Page: 118, Grantor: Thomas Price, Grantee: sign as security, Date: 09-Sep-1805
Thomas Price of Hanover appoints William Lawrence of Louisa his lawful attorney to sign as security for William O. Callis, Sheriff of Louisa on Callis' performance bond. 9 Sep 1805.
Book: K, Page: 133, Grantor: Nicholas M. Anderson and Sally his wife, Grantee: David Johnson, Date: 14-Oct-1803
Nicholas M. Anderson and Sally his wife of Louisa to David Johnson of same $2,000 for 100 acres on South Anna River from division of estate of Richard Anderson, dec'd. whereon he lived at time of his death containing 32 acres which fell to Nicholas N. Anderson as son of said Richard and in tract #4 being 60 acres which fell to William Kerr and Cicily his wife who is a daughter of sd. Richard Anderson, dec'd. and tract #5 being 58 acres which fell to David Anderson and #8 containing 32 acres which fell to Jaspher Anderson son of said Richard which said William Anderson has purchased of William Kerr, David Anderson and Jaspher Anderson and their title in land allotted to widow of Richard Anderson, dec'd. now Milly Jackson being 124 acres. Nicholas M Anderson and Sally T. Anderson.
Book: K, Page: 134, Grantor: Ann M. Anderson, Grantee: David Johnson, Date: 14-Oct-1805
Ann M. Anderson of Louisa to David Johnson of same ?100 for tract which fell to Ann M. Anderson by division of land of my dec'd. father Richard Anderson estate containing 81 acres adjoining Wm. Kean, Nicholas M Anderson, South Anna River and which ever portion coming to me at death of my mother Milly Anderson (now Milly Jackson) wit. Jaspher Anderson, David Anderson, Nicholas M. Anderson.
Book: K, Page: 136, Grantor: John Clark and Ann his wife, Grantee: Benjamin Crenshaw, Date: 01-Nov-1781
John Clark and Ann his wife of County of Charlotte to Benjamin Crenshaw of Louisa 200 Lbs. currt. money parcel of land on Fork creek in Louisa containing 365 acres bounded by lands of Isaac Clark, John Hailey, Benjamin Mosby and John Diggs with all appurtenances except reserve 5 acres of tract formerly sold to Isaac Clark. Adjoining Isaac Clark. sig. John Clark and Anne Clark. Wit: Thomas Clarke, Thomas Paulett. Benjamin Crenshaw and William Isbell swore to John Clark.
Book: K, Page: 138, Grantor: Wood, John H., Grantee: Winston, James, Date: 14-Oct-1805
Book: K, Page: 143, Grantor: Catherine Willington, Grantee: William Walton, Date: 01-Oct-1805
Catherine Willington of Louisa to William Walton for value received for tract of 50 acres on Contrary Creek adj. Malcolm Hart. Rec. 14 Oct 1805.
Book: K, Page: 145, Grantor: Joseph Bunch and Molly his wife, Grantee: James Armstrong, Date: 15-Feb-1804
Joseph Bunch and Molly his wife of State of South Carolina to James Armstrong of Va., Louisa county for £100 curr. tract on both sides Foster's Creek cont. 148 acres adj. Bell's line. Wit. Turner Anderson, Nathaniel Anderson.
Book: K, Page: 146, Grantor: Ore, Joseph & Elizabeth, Grantee: Walker, William, Date: 25-Oct-1805
Joseph Ore and Elizabeth Ore (wife) of Grainger Co. Tennessee to William Walker for £60 273 acres of land on the waters of Camp Creek. Beginning at David Jones line, Susannah Rittenhouse line, Thomas Whitlock line, Lockers line, Stanley Harris dec'd, Anthony Bunche ....
Book: K, Page: 152, Grantor: Charles Mills, Grantee: Nathaniel Mills, Jr., Date: 12-Oct-1805
Charles Mills of Orange to Nathaniel Mills, Jr. of same for tract on west side of road leading from Young and Clayton's store to Louisa Courthouse, William Woods, Nathaniel Mills, wit. John Quarles.
Book: K, Page: 167, Grantor: John Hancock and Frances, wife, Grantee: Matthew Grubbs, Date: 09-Dec-1805
John Hancock and Frances, wife, to Matthew Grubbs of Louis 40 Lb. adjoining William Slaten, Jesse Haden at Goochland County line and Matthew Grubbs, 52 acres. Rec. 9 Dec 1805.
Book: K, Page: 167, Grantor: Hancock, John & wife, Grantee: Grubbs, Mathew, Date: 09-Dec-1805
Book: K, Page: 171, Grantor: Ore, James, Grantee: Ore, Joseph, Date: 09-Dec-1805
James Ore of Grainger Co. Tennessee appoint trusty friends Joseph Ore of Grainger Co. Tennessee and William Walker of Louisa Virginia my attorneys to sell land on the head of Camp Creek ... 314 acres
Book: K, Page: 173, Grantor: William Kerby and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: Hezekiah Faris, Date: 26-Sep-1805
William Kerby and Elizabeth his wife of Louisa to Hezekiah Faris of same +39 for tract in Louisa containing 50 acres adj. Ross, Copeland's old line which now is Isaack's. Wit. Stanhope Johnson, Richard Faris, Nathan Anderson, Benjamin Lewis.
Book: K, Page: 176, Grantor: David Holmes, Grantee: John Byrd Jr., Date: 09-Dec-1805
David Yancey, atty. in fact for David Holmes to John Byrd, Jr. [$ blank] for 200 acres on Contrary Creek adjoining Raglands, Harris, No. Wit. Sig. David Yancey atty for David Holmes. Rec. 9 Dec 1805.
Book: K, Page: 178, Grantor: William Adams, and Mourning his wife, John Adams, , Grantee: Henry Mallory, Date: 29-Oct-1805
William Adams, and Mourning his wife, John Adams, Jesse Clements and Elizabeth his wife, Benjamin Clarke and Sarrah his wife, Robert Adams, Richard Adams, Thomas Adams and Lucy his wife, James Brooks and Carey his wife, Charles Payne and Polly his wife legatees of Thomas Adams late of Louisa, dec'd. and Susanna Adams widow of sd. Thomas to Henry Mallory of Louisa £352-12s for 164 acres adjoining Garland, Old Mountain road, Thomas Dickinson, Mallory and Edward Garland. Wit. John Edwards, Robert Meriwether, William Brooks. Sig. by grantors with Robert Adams as agent for the Clarkes.
Book: K, Page: 181, Grantor: Nelson Walton, Grantee: William Walton and Barbara his wife, Date: 10-Feb-1806
Nelson Walton of Hanover from William Walton and Barbara his wife of Robertson County, Tenn. £70 for tract allotted William Walton containing 441/2 acres adj. dower lot, N. by Goodwin, NE by Mantelow, E. by Maderson, S. by Walton.
Book: K, Page: 182, Grantor: Ore, James & Agness, Grantee: Whitlock, Thomas, Date: 30-Oct-1805
James Ore and Agness Ore (wife) of Grainger Co. Tennessee and William Walker attorney for the said James Ore sell to Thomas Whitlock for £120 267 1/4 acres on Camp Creek ...Beginning at Joseph Ore line, Agness Ragland line, Lockers line ....
Book: K, Page: 191, Grantor: Duke Cosby, Grantee: Archibald T. Goodwin, Date: 05-Dec-1805
Duke Cosby atty. in fact for Dabney Cosby, who is atty. in fact for Polly Cosby of the Borough of Staunton and Nancy B. Cosby and Elizabeth B. Cosby of Louisa Co. to Archibald T. Goodwin of Louisa. for $1,000 for tract in Louisa adj. Cub Creek, Robert Anderson, Bennetts, Watkins, cont. 125 acres which said land descended to sd. Dabney Cosby, Polly Cosby, Nancy B. Cosby and Elizabeth B. Cosby by the last will of Ann Mills, dec'd. as heirs of Mourning Jackson late Mourning Cosby, dec'd. . Sig. Duke Cosby atty in fact for Dabney Cosby who is atty for Polley Cosby, Ann B. Cosby, Elizabeth J. Cosby. wit. P. Sandidge, Wm. Dickinson, Lydl. Britton.
Book: K, Page: 195, Grantor: Francis Underwood, Grantee: Matthew Grubbs, Date: 13-Nov-1805
Francis Underwood to Matthew Grubbs £20 8s. adjoining Jesse Shelton, Jesse Haiden, John Hancock, Matthew Grubbs 17 1/2 acres.
Book: K, Page: 206, Grantor: Mary Gunter, Grantee: Mary Whitlock, Date: 13-Jan-1806
____ ____ 1806 Mary Gunter of Louisa to Mary Whitlock, Daughter of William Whitlock, for love and affection Mary Gunter has for her granddaughter Mary Whitlock and 5s, 1 bed, 2 quilts, sheets, counterpane, 1 boulster, Sig. Mary Gunter (x) Rec. 13 Jan 1806.
Book: K, Page: 209, Grantor: Hughes, Joshua & wife, Grantee: Quarles, Ralph, Date: 13-Jan-1806
Joshua Hughes and Caroline Hughes (wife) and William Hughes of Louisa sell to Ralph Quarles for £88 16 shillings, 52 1/4 acres of land on the north fork of Goldmine Creek, bounded entirely by the said Ralph Quarles land.
Book: K, Page: 211, Grantor: Dabney Cosby, Grantee: , Date: 13-Jan-1806
Dabney Cosby of Borough of Staunton, Va. appoint Duke Cosby of Louisa co. my lawful attorney in behalf of my sister Polly Cosby, whose attorney in fact I am and for myself to sell a parcel of land in Louisa which we claim by virtue of the last will of Ann Mills, dec'd. as heirs of Mourning Jackson late Mourning Cosby dec'd. as will appear by reference to the will recorded in the office of Hanover Co. 31 May 1805 Sig. Dabney Cosby. wit. Vincent Tapp., Tho. O Neil Rec. 13 Jan 1806.
Book: K, Page: 211, Grantor: Polly Cosby, Grantee: , Date:
Polly Cosby of Augusta Co., Va., appointed my brother Dabney Cosby of same county my lawful attorney to sell all my title to a tract of land in Louisa Co. 4 Jan 1806 Sig. Polly Cosby. wit. Vincent Tapp. Rec. 10 Jan 1806 Louisa Co.
Book: K, Page: 214, Grantor: Sally Dare, Grantee: Isham Watkins, Date: 09-Sep-1805
Sally Dare of Orange County to Isham Watkins of Louisa £28-16s for tract on Christophers Run near Watkins Mill containing 24 acres being a part of my late father, Edmond Dare, dec'd. died seized which came to me as one of the heirs. Sig. Sally (x) Dare. wit. Chas. Dickason, William Hollins, Joel Watkins, Isham Watkins, Jr. Rec. 10 Feb 1806.
Book: K, Page: 218, Grantor: Turner Anderson and Susanna his wife, Grantee: Nathaniel Bunch, Date: 08-Feb-1806
Turner Anderson and Susanna his wife to Nathaniel Bunch all of Louisa, £500 for tract where said Anderson now lives very near the Green Spring on both sides Sycamore Fork Creek adjoining Col. Richard Morris, Maj. James Watson and others containing 100 acres. Sig. Turner Anderson, Susannah Anderson. wit. Reuben Chewning and Watson H. Lawrence. Rec. 10 Feb 1806.
Book: K, Page: 218, Grantor: William Harvy and Frances, his wife, Grantee: Isham Watkins, Date: 12-Aug-1805
William Harvy and Frances, his wife, of Orange to Isham Watkins of Louisa £28-16s for tract in Louisa on Christophers Run near Watkins Mill containing 24 acres being part of tract which my late father Edmond Dare, dec'd. died seized. wit. Isham Watkins, Jr., John (x) Groom, A. Clayton. Rec. 10 Feb 1806.
Book: K, Page: 224, Grantor: Nuckolls, John, Grantee: Pottie, George, Date: 10-Feb-1806
Book: K, Page: 226, Grantor: Quarles, Ralph, Grantee: Slave, Lucy, Date: 14-Apr-1806
Book: K, Page: 226, Grantor: John Row and Jane his wife, Grantee: Jesse Row, Date: 10-Apr-1806
John Row and Jane his wife of Louisa to Jesse Row of same for £50 for tract in Louisa on Beaver Dam Creek containing by estimate 230 acres adjoining Johnson, Hezekiah Faris. Sig. John Rowe, Jane Rowe. wit. William Walker, John Rowe, Jr., William Faris. Rec. 14 Apr 1806.
Book: K, Page: 226, Grantor: Quarles, Ralph, Grantee: Slave, Mariah, Date: 14-Apr-1806
Book: K, Page: 229, Grantor: Jno. Rowe, Sr. and Jeremiah Roberts, Grantee: William Rowe, Date: 12-Apr-1806
Jno. Rowe, Sr. and Jeremiah Roberts to William Rowe all of Louisa $445 for tract on Beaverdam fork of Machunk Creek containing 222 acres adjoining Nathan Anderson, said Roberts. Sig. John Rowe and Jeremiah Roberts. wit. William Walker, Jesse Rowe, William Faris, Nathan Anderson, John Anderson. Rec. 14 Apr 1806.
Book: K, Page: 232, Grantor: Rowland Gooch and Sarah his wife, Grantee: William Warner, Date: 01-Apr-1806
Rowland Gooch and Sarah his wife to William Warner of Louisa County 30 Lb. for 50 acres on Draggon Creek at Woods' line. Wit: Peter M. Daniel, John Fleeman, James Turner. Rec. 14 Apr 1806
Book: K, Page: 232, Grantor: David Johnson, Grantee: Henry Joyce, Date:
Received 1 Nov. 1805 David Johnson by the hands of Jno. L. Harris and company ?52 2s in full of all claims against said Johnson, release by Henry Joyce from mortgage entered into by said Johnson on 8 Dec. 1789 conveying to Henry Joyce of Hanover county tract in Louisa on Pamunkey River [South Anna River] containing 400 acres. Wit. Geo. Fleming, Wm. Jackson, Jr., Lewis Turner, Thos. Hardin, John Shelton, Jr.
Book: K, Page: 239, Grantor: Mary Dear, Grantee: Isham Watkins, Date: 20-Dec-1804
Mary Dear of Louisa to Isham Watkins £24 for tract on Christophers Run near Watkins Mill cont. 22 acres being part of my late father Edmond Dear's estate with appurtenances. Sig. Mary (x) Dear. wit. William Mansfield, Jeremiah Gunter, John Mansfield, Isham Watkins, Jr. Rec. 8 Jul 1805.
Book: K, Page: 240, Grantor: John Byrd, Jr., and Henrietta his wife, Grantee: Thomas Byrd, Date: 10-Feb-1806
John Byrd, Jr., & Henrietta his wife of Louisa to Thomas Byrd of same $250; for 100 acres in forks of Contrary Creek adjoining John Byars, Cosby's line. John Byrd, Jr., Henrietta Byrd. Wit. Saml. Cole, George Williams, Rec. 9 Jun 1806.
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