Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book M

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Book: M, Page: 308, Grantor: John Leonard and wife Cathy, Grantee: David Sims, Date: 14-Oct-1813
Deed from John Leonard and wife Cathy, Martha Leonard, Lewis Sims and wife Margaret, William Grady and wife Mary of Abbeville District, SC to David Sims for $400, 50 acres on waters of North east creek in Louisa County, land willed by David Leonard to above. Witnessed by Michael Bard, David Leonard and William Leonard.

Book: M, Page: 312, Grantor: Ann Hughe, Grantee: John Burrus, Date: 09-Feb-1814
For maintenance during my old age I give to my half-brother John Burrus all my estate real and personal including my Negroes except one named Milly now in possession of my half-sister Elizabeth Ferguson which she is to have during her life and then to John Burrus. Sig. Ann Hughes . Wit. Malcolm Hart, Thos. Bronough, John Hart. 9 Feb 1814.

Book: M, Page: 312, Grantor: Hughes, Ann, Grantee: Burrus, John, Date: 14-Mar-1814
Ann Hughes leave to my 1/2 brother John Burruss ... negros, to my 1/2 sister Elizabeth Ferguson ..... negros

Book: M, Page: 314, Grantor: Anthony Bunch and Mary his wife, Grantee: Anderson G. Jones, Date:  
Feb 1814 Anthony Bunch and Mary his wife to Anderson G. Jones, $100 for tract on Camp Creek containing 387 acres adjoining Wm. Walker, John Meeks, Roberson, Christian Dobbs, Jenkins, Wm. Walker. Sig. Anthony Bunch and Mary Bunch. wit. Thos. Poindexter, Thos. Whitlock, Thos. Jones.

Book: M, Page: 328, Grantor: C. Bunch and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: Arche Glass, Date:  
C. Bunch and Elizabeth his wife to Arche Glass all of Louisa for $125 for 25 acres adjoining Nathl. Wheeler, Wm. Sims, Old Mountain Road, David Morris. sig. Jonah C. Bunch wit. Jno Cowherd.

Book: M, Page: 343, Grantor: James Pulliam, Grantee: Reubin Vest, Date: 07-May-1814
James Pulliam of Louisa to Reubin Vest of same £78 for tract in Louisa on waters of Fox Grapes branch containing 50 acres on land adj. sd. Vest, John Vest, John Poindexter, Henry Crank. [margin note examined & delivered to Jno Vest, Jr., guardian for Reuben Vest, dec'd. children] Rec. 9 May 1814.

Book: M, Page: 347, Grantor: Richard Wyatt and Frederick Harris Gent. Justices, Grantee: Mary Baker, Martin Baker and John Baker, Date: 14-Jan-1814
To Richard Wyatt and Frederick Harris Gent. Justices of Louisa County, Whereas Edward N. Cooke and Nancy his wife did sell on 14 Jan 1814 to Mary Baker, Martin Baker and John Baker a tract in Louisa on Little River which John Baker the elder died possess of (except the widow's dower) quantity not mentioned. Nancy Cooke cannot travel to the court and makes her acknowledgment 23 Feb 1814.

Book: M, Page: 353, Grantor: Man___, Richard W. & wife, Grantee: Waldrop, Samuel J., Date: 13-Jun-1814
[no abstract]

Book: M, Page: 354, Grantor: Meriwether, Grantee: Henry Burrus, Date:  
Meriwether to Henry Burrus both of Louisa, $792 for tract on South side Goldmine Creek containing 661/2 acres being lot #2 in plat of land belonging to Nicholas Meriwether, dec'd. Sig. Dr. Charles Meriwether. Wit. John Brockman, Tandy Lipscomb, James H. Terrell.

Book: M, Page: 355, Grantor: William Poindexter, Grantee: William Poin, Date: 27-Sep-1809
This is to certify that I have sold to William Poindexter the tract of land and 3 Negreos, Dick, Carter and Jemema towards the debts owed William Poindexter. Sig. David Hambleton wit. Wm. Lefourn, John Armstrong.

Book: M, Page: 365, Grantor: Man___, Richard W. & wife, Grantee: Waldrop, Samuel J., Date: 11-Jul-1814
[no abstract]

Book: M, Page: 392, Grantor: Edwards, Gravit, Grantee: Quarles, John, Date: 09-Aug-1814
[no abstract]

Book: M, Page: 402, Grantor: Henry Pendleton, William Jackson, and Richard W. M, Grantee: Jno. Walton, Date: 19-Aug-1814
Henry Pendleton, William Jackson, and Richard W. Mantelo 3 commissioners appointed to sell land which Jno. Walton, dec'd. died seized to Frances Lipscomb $1638.21 containing 203 acres adj. Simeon Walton, Nelson Walton, Archibald T. Goodwin, Richard Mallory, David Smith, and Newel Baker. Wit. Duke Cosby, A. T. Goodwin, Thos. Harris. Rec. 10 Oct 1814.

Book: M, Page: 415, Grantor: Thomas Gardner, Grantee: Elisha Jackson, Date: 14-Nov-1814
Thomas Gardner of Louisa to Elisha Jackson of same for $2,500 cash for tract in Louisa whereon Thos. Gardner at present lives containing by estimate 201 1/8 acres adjoining Kings line, main road from Richmond to Louisa Court House, Ward, and Hoggard, Richardson with appurtenances (legal description). reservation of burying ground. 10'x 20'.

Book: M, Page: 425, Grantor: Frances Lipscomb, Grantee: Nelson Walton, Date: 17-Sep-1814
Frances Lipscomb to Nelson Walton $607 to her in hand paid tract on Cub Creek containing 100 acres more or less adjoining Frances Lipscomb, Nelson Walton, Archabald T. Goodwin, Richard Mallory. Sig. Frances Lipscomb. No witnesses Rec. 14 Nov 1814.

Book: M, Page: 435, Grantor: William Mills and Mary his wife, Grantee: Martin Baker and John Baker, Date: 19-Feb-1818
William Mills and Mary his wife of Louisa to Martin Baker and John Baker of same $1,500 all interest in tract of land John Baker died seized on north fork of Little River (widow's dower excepted) balance containing 294 1/2 acres being a 1/3 undivided interest William Mills and wife entitled to.

Book: M, Page: 447, Grantor: Thomas Stubbs and Sally his wife, Grantee: William Chewning, Date: 08-Nov-1814
Thomas Stubbs and Sally his wife of Louisa to William Chewning of same, for $60 for tract of undivided lands; 1/2 of which was deeded to Stubbs by Robert Barret, Jr. and other 1/2 belongs to legatees of Christopher Smith bounded by John Thomasson, Jr., William Johnson, Edward Houchins, Anderson Graven, and Richd. Anderson. Part bought of T. Overton. Wit. Henry Pendleton, Robt. Barret, Jr., Reuben Thornton, David Smith, Lynch Terrell. Rec. 13 Feb 1815.

Book: M, Page: 460, Grantor: Dunn, Martin, Grantee: Dunn, Susannah, Date: 01-Jan-1815
Know these men by these presents that I Martin Dunn of the county of Louisa for and in consideration of natural love and affection which I bear for Dabney Gooch and wife Ruth Watson Gooch, Champness Terry and wife Nancy Welch Terry all of Louisa County, will for the further consideration of $1.00 to me in hand paid by said Dabney Gooch and wife, Champness Terry and wife, and Susannah Dunn at or before .... To Dabney Gooch and wife, 88 acres of land land in the aforesaid county beginning at a red oak sapling in Robert Dalton line thence north 86 degrees east, 104 poles to chestnut oak in Joshua Hughes line, thence north three degrees east 212 poles to the beginning. Also to Chapman Terry and wife sixty acres (60) in the county aforesaid and part of the same tract of land beginning at a Spanish oak in Susannah Dunn line, thence north thirty six degrees west 157 poles to a red oak in Robert Dalton's line thence south eighteen degrees west 148 poles to a Spanish oak thence north 85 degrees east 136 poles to the beginning. Also to Susannah Dunn sixty (60 ) acres it being part of the same tract of land beginning at a corner white oak in Joshua Hughs line thence south eighty five degrees west 20 poles to a Spanish oak in Susannah Dunns former line north thirty six degrees west 157 poles to a red oak on the side of the road in Robert Daltons line thence north twenty five degrees 15 poles to a red oak in said Daltons line thence north eight six degrees east 103 poles to a chestnut oak in Joshua Hughs line thence south three degrees west 14 poles to the beginning. To have and to hold all and each of the aforesaid tracts or parcels of land unto them and each of them that is to say to Dabney Gooch and wife, Champman Terry and wife and Susannah Dunn to them their heirs exors admins, and assigns against the claims of him the said Martin Dunn his heirs, exors, admins and assigns against the claims or claim of all and every person or persons whatsoever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this [blank] day of March 1815. Sig Martin Dunn. Rec. 13 March 1815.

Book: M, Page: 471, Grantor: Perkins, Zachary W., Grantee: Hughson, Judith, Date: 08-Apr-1814
Zachary W. Perkins to Judith Hughson, late widow of Richardson Henley dec'd, $838.75 paid by John Kennon (executor of the will of the aforesaid ... being a party to the legacy left the said Judith to be laid out in .... by executor) 167 3/4 acres on South side of South Anna River. Beginning at Riverbank, Park Parrish, Joel Parrish, William O. Morris ......

Book: M, Page: 481, Grantor: Richard Mallory, Grantee: Milly Mallory, Date: 09-Dec-1814
Richard Mallory of Louisa to wife Milly Mallory and all his children by her to wit; Clarissa Mallory, James Mallory, Samuel Mallory, Francis Mallory, Bakerton Mallory, for natural love and affection plus $50 for Negro woman Nelly and her children. Wit. David Smith and John Sims

Book: M, Page: 494, Grantor: Perkins, Zachariah, Grantee: Hughson, Judith, Date: 10-Jul-1815
[no abstract]

Book: M, Page: 494, Grantor: Zachariah W. Perkins, Grantee: Judith Hughson, Date: 10-Jul-1815
Zachariah W. Perkins of Louisa to Judith Hughson late widow of Richardson Henley, dec'd. for $838.75 paid by John Kennon (exor of afsd. decedent) being part of legacy left the said Judith tract south side South Anna River cont. 167 3/4 acres adj. Park Parrish, Joel Parrish, William O. Morris. [margin note ex. and delvd. to William Hughson]

Book: M, Page: 497, Grantor: Quarles, Patsy, Grantee: Johnson, Francis, Date: 10-Jul-1815
[no abstract]

Book: M, Page: 501, Grantor: Nicholas Poindexter Deputy Sheriff for John Downin, Grantee: John Gunter, Junr., Date: 21-Aug-1815
Nicholas Poindexter Deputy Sheriff for John Downing Sheriff of Louisa to John Gunter, Jr. 100 acres of land charged to Jarard Morgan returned delinquent for non payment of taxes. John Gunter, Jr. bought 2 1/2 acres at public sale for $8.83. Rec. 21 Aug 1815.

Book: M, Page: 533, Grantor: William Chewning and Lucy his wife, Grantee: Edmund D. Hall, Date:  
[no month, no date] 1815 William Chewning and Lucy his wife of Louisa to Edmund D. Hall for $73.121/2 for tract on dirty Swamp near Richmond Road cont. 581/2 adjoining A. Graven, Kelly's, Andersons, Smith and Houchins.

Book: M, Page: 534, Grantor: Charles Mills, Sr. and Sarah his wife, Grantee: Wade Mills, Date: 17-Feb-1815
Charles Mills, Sr. and Sarah his wife of Hanover, to Wade Mills of Hanover Co., tract on Reedy Creek adjoining David Morris, Mountain Road, Joel Parrish, Littlepage, line of the heirs of John Garth, dec'd., David Garth containing 134 acres. Sig. Charles Mills, Sarah (x) Mills. wit. Ro. Mills, Parke Harris, Charles Mills.

Book: M, Page: 537, Grantor: David Hambleton and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: Benjamin Sims, Date: 01-Jul-1815
David Hambleton and Elizabeth his wife of Louisa for $100 to Benjamin Sims a tract on N side Henson's Creek containing 121/2 acres adjoining Sims wit. H.M. Burnley, James Burnley, Jr., David H. Sharp, John Sims, Sig. David and Elizabeth Hambleton. Rec. 14 Aug 1815.

Book: M, Page: 540, Grantor: Mrs. Mary Walton, Grantee: George Massie, Date: 11-Jul-1815
Mrs. Mary Walton of Louisa to George Massie of same for rents covenants herein reserved leases and farm lets tract which fell to Mary Walton as a legacy from the estate o her father William Baker, dec'd. where said Mary now lives with appurtenances except house where Mary resides and 3-4 acres around the house. Mary to have firewood for term of 10 years at $20 per year. Sig. Mary Walton. wit. Nathl. Burris, Elijah Hawkins, Nelson Lipscomb.

Book: M, Page: 556, Grantor: John Chewning and Nancy his wife, Grantee: Shirley Tisdale, Date:  
Aug 1815 John Chewning and Nancy his wife to Shirley Tisdale for £120 tract cont. 241/2 in Louisa adj. Jerry Roberts, Shirley Tisdale, Crank's. Rec. 15 Aug 1815.

Book: M, Page: 556, Grantor: David Royster and Elizabeth, his wife, Grantee: Hezekiah Butler, Date: 14-Aug-1815
David Royster and Elizabeth, his wife, of Hanover County to Hezekiah Butler of Louisa County for $250 for 100 acres adjoining Kennon, James Bibb, Morris. no witnesses recorded 14 Aug 1815.

Book: M, Page: 556, Grantor: John Chewining and Nancy his wife, Grantee: Shirley Tisdale, Date:  
___ Aug 1815 John Chewining and Nancy his wife to Shirley Tisdale $120 tract in Louisa containing 24 1/4 acres adjoining Jerry Roberts, Shirley Tisdale, Cranks with appurtenances. Sig. John Chewining and Nancy Chewining.

Book: M, Page: 556, Grantor: Chewning, John & Nancy, Grantee: Tisdale, Shirley, Date: 01-Aug-1815
Between John Chewning and Nancy Tisdale Chewning his wife and Shirley Tisdale $120 for 24 1/4 acres beginning at Jerry Roberts line to point in Shirley Tisdale line to Cranks corner post ....

Book: M, Page: 569, Grantor: William Chewning, Jr., Grantee: William Chewning Sr., Date: 28-Aug-1815
William Chewning, Jr. of Louisa to William Chewning Sr. of Spotsylvania, Michael Jones of Goochland and Garland Chewning of Louisa for natural love and affection William C., Jr. bears towards his wife and children and with a view of making them comfortable. In trust Negroes Jack, Abram, Dick, Peter, Fleming, Judah, Betty and little Betty, also stock, household furniture, etc. for sole benefit of William Chewning and Lucy his wife during their lives. Trustees to pay debts which are now due from William Chewning, Jr.. Wit. Horatio G. Winston and Samuel Waddy. Rec. 11 Sep 1815.

Book: M, Page: 574, Grantor: Henry Burrus, Grantee: Charles Wright, Date: 01-Apr-1815
Henry Burrus to Charles Wright both of Louisa County $850 for tract on Goldmine Creek containing 661/2 acres being tract said Burrus purchased of Doct. Charles Meriwether. Sig. Henry Burrus. Wit. Howard B. Edwards, William W. Bowling, Fountain Meriwether, Thomas M. Wright. Rec. 29 Sep 1815.

Book: M, Page: 583, Grantor: Sally Amos, Nancy Amos and Susanna Amos, Grantee: William Perkins, Date: 13-May-1815
Sally Amos, Nancy Amos and Susanna Amos of Louisa to William Perkins of same Co. for $16.50 for tract on Roundabout Creek containing 3 acres adjoining sd. Perkins. Sig. Salley (X) Amos, Nancy (X) Amos, Susanna (X) Amos. Wit. Robert Freeman, Jr., Saml. P. Wade, Richard M. Wade. Rec. 9 Oct 1815.

Book: M, Page: 592, Grantor: Gooch, Gideon & sally, Grantee: Goodwin, Hugh, Date: 09-Dec-1815
Gideon Gooch and Sally Gooch (wife) of Orange Co. to Hugh Goodwin of Louisa Co. for $160, 152 acres on Duckinghole Creek, bounded by David Lipscomb, Joseph Freeman, John V. Wright, Edward?, John Bibb, and the dower of Miss Lucy Gooch, these boundaries include the lots inherited from Thomas Gooch to Mary McAllister, William Gooch and Gideon Gooch, together with all houses ...

Book: M, Page: 597, Grantor: Mary Walton, Grantee: Dorothy Ann Walton alias Richardson, Date: 08-Nov-1815
Mary Walton of Louisa to Dorothy Ann Walton alias Richardson of same for natural love and affection Mary Walton has for her daughter Dorothy Ann and $1 for tract on Cub Creek being land Mary Walton now lives containing 83 acres being lot #7 i chancery cause between Thos. Baker plt and William Crenshaw and other defts decreed to Mary Walton and also Negroes Louisa, Lucy, beds and furniture, 3 cattle, 2 hogs. Mary to have use of sd. land and slaves during her natural life and after her death to Dorothy Ann Walton alias Richardson. Sig. Mary Walton. Wit. Martin Baker, Thomas Baker, John Massie, Dabney Smith.

Book: M, Page: 603, Grantor: McGehee, William & Levina, Grantee: McGehee, Augustine S., Date: 08-Jan-1816
William McGehee and Levina (or Serina?) his wife, to Augustine S. McGehee, £60 for 100 acres ....

Book: M, Page: 605, Grantor: Lipscomb, Frances, Grantee: Lipscomb, Nelson & Mary, Date: 08-Jan-1816
Frances Lipscomb to Nelson Lipscomb and Mary Lipscomb, for love and affection she bears for them, ... the tract of land where Frances now resides, bounded by George Massie, David Smith, Nelson Walton, 103 acres, ... during her natural life ....

Book: M, Page: 605, Grantor: Frances Lipscomb, Grantee: Nelson Lipscomb and Mary Lipscomb, Date: 17-Jul-1815
Frances Lipscomb to Nelson Lipscomb and Mary Lipscomb of same for natural love and affection and $1. Land Frances Lipscombe now resides in Louisa adjoining George Massie, David Smith, Nelson Walton and others containing 103 acres. Frances holds life estate for herself. Sig. Frances Lipscomb. Wit. Nelson Walton, Joel B. Walton, Dabney Smith. Rec. 8 Jan 1816 WB 5 p 77 Will Francis Lipscomb Trinity Parish Louisa County in low health. Lend to wife Marfy Ann whole estate during natural life and widowhood also to unmarried children. Youngest children Thomas and Judith be schooled at discretion of my estate. to 3 sons Henry, John and Thomas Lispcomb all of land whereon I now live after their Mother's death. Thomas to have lower end with dwelling house and the other 2 parts to sons Henry and John. to 6 daughters, Lucy Sims, Sarah Lipscomb, Elizabeth Sims, Anness Lipscomb, Polley Lipscomb, and Judith Lipscomb same value of estate to be equal with their brothers. to unmarried children Johon, Sarah, Anness, Polley, Thomas and Judith 15 pounds to make them equal with what the married one already had had. Friends George Pottie, David Bullock attorney and Benjamin Sims to be exors. 18 Mar 1802 Sig. Frans. Lipscomb. Wit. William Mansfield, James Baughan, Micajah Sims, Rec. 12 Jul 1802.

Book: M, Page: 606, Grantor: Frances Lipscomb, Grantee: Nelson and Mary Lipscomb, Date:  
Frances Lipscomb to Nelson and Mary Lipscomb for $1. and natural love and affection one Negro boy named Nelson called Ned and girl Eliza. {Margin note} examine and delivered to Joel Walton guardian of Nelson Lipscomb.

Book: M, Page: 607, Grantor: Frances Lipscomb, Grantee: Nelson Lipscomb and Mary Lipscomb, Date: 17-Jul-1815
Frances Lipscomb to Nelson Lipscomb and Mary Lipscomb for love and affection; undivided third part of tract in Louisa whereof Henry Lipscomb died seized and possessed which is Frances's dower in Henry's estate adjoining Stephen Harris. containing 133 acres. Wit. Nelson Walton, Joel S. Walton, Dabney Smith.

Book: M, Page: 607, Grantor: Frances Lipscomb, Grantee: Dabney Smith, Date: 17-Jul-1815
Frances Lipscomb to Dabney Smith to secure payment of $2.15 due from her to estate of Mary Walton, dec'd. which John Walton is security. In trust to Smith beds, cattle, etc.

Book: M, Page: 623, Grantor: Quarles, Garrett M. & wife, Grantee: Cosby, Edward, Date: 12-Feb-1816
[no abstract]

Book: M, Page: 630, Grantor: Henry Lawrence and Mary his wife, Grantee: Benjamin Willis, Date: 20-Feb-1816
Henry Lawrence and Mary his wife of Louisa to Benjamin Willis $550 for 2 acres being part of courthouse tract on which sd. Willis now resides in the occupancy of a merchant adj. old tavern wit. Joshua Willis, Jon. O. Cowherd, John Chiles.

Book: M, Page: 631, Grantor: Benjamin Willis, Grantee: Henry Lawrence, Date: 28-Feb-1816
Benjamin Willis to Henry Lawrence of Louisa tract adj. public square on which courthouse of Louisa now stands containing 2 acres as per deed. Lawrence and wife to said Benjamin Willis 20th instant and whereas Willis had agreed not to sell anything to interfere with Lawrences Tavern kept at said Courthouse no lodging, stables, selling of wines, liquors etc. Willis sells the courthouse 2 acres back to Lawrence.

Book: M, Page: 633, Grantor: Nicholas J. Poindexter for John Downing sheriff, Grantee: Garland Anderson, Date: 11-Aug-1815
Nicholas J. Poindexter deputy sheriff for John Downing sheriff of Louisa co. to Garland Anderson 100 acres for $6.03 being all of tract belonging to Bartlett Anderson for delinquent taxes, sold at auction.

Book: M, Page: 644, Grantor: Quarles, Charles & wife, Grantee: Branham, Ludlow, Date: 12-Mar-1816
[no abstract]

Book: M, Page: 654, Grantor: John Swift 1st, Geo. Harris 2nd, Jno. Thompson, Grantee: George Pottie, Date: 28-Aug-1815
John Swift 1st, Geo. Harris 2nd, Jno. Thompson exor of George Pottie dec'd. 3rd. John Swift indebted to Pottie $400. In trust Negroes.

Book: M, Page: 658, Grantor: John Gunter, Grantee: John Poindexter Sr., Date: 03-Apr-1816
John Gunter of County of Adair State of Kentucky to John Poindexter, Sr. of Louisa, Va. $300 for tract in Louisa containing 134 acres adjoining Maj. Johnson, Frances Giddens being lands Reuben Gunter died seized which was inherited by said John The only son of Reuben Gunter. Sig. John Gunter. Rec. 3 Apr 1818.

Book: M, Page: 678, Grantor: Received, Grantee:  , Date: 01-May-1816
Received of Mrs. Jane Butler, widow of [blank] Butler, dec'd. $5.16 the amount of arrears of taxes and damages thereon on 65 acres part of a tract of 105 acres which reverted to the Literary Fund by virtue of act of assembly in the name of John McCray a former holder of said land. Jasper Grinstead having redeemed 40 acres. Also received of Jane Butler $1.09 clerks fees in redeeming said land.

Book: M, Page: 683, Grantor: Jesse Rowe, Grantee: David Watson, Date: 08-Dec-1815
Jesse Rowe of Ohio to David Watson of Louisa Co., Va. for $200 for tract in Louisa on both sides of Sycamore fork of Camp Creek containing 100 acres adjoining Marquis Road, John Bellomy, dec'd. and others being land conveyed by Charles Faris and Martha his wife to said Rowe. Sig. Jesse Rowe. wit. Nathaniel Wheeler, John Wade, Henry P Watson of Louisa who swore in Court 8 Apr 1816.

Book: M, Page: 692, Grantor: William Cooke, Grantee: James C. Dickenson, Date: 13-May-1816
William Cooke of Louisa to James C. Dickenson of same $40 for tract in Louisa on S side main road leading from Louisa Courthouse to Hanover town on both sides Horsepen Swamp adj. Mrs. Baker, James C. Dickenson, Mrs. Tolers, containing 4 acres and 28 poles. Sig. William Cooke.

Book: M, Page: 692, Grantor: William Cooke, Grantee: James C. Richardson, Date: 13-May-1816
William Cooke to James C. Richardson all of Louisa $40 tract on south side main Road leading from Louisa Courthouse to Hanover Town on both sides of Horse Pen Swamp adjoining Mrs. Baker, sd. Dickenson, Mrs. Toler containing 4 acres and 28 poles. Sig. Wm. Cooke. No wit. Rec. 13 May 1816.

Book: M, Page: 693, Grantor: James C. Dickenson and Mary his wife, Grantee: William Cooke, Date: 13-May-1816
James C. Dickenson and Mary his wife of Louisa to William Cooke of same $561 for tract in Louisa on both sides main road from Courthouse to Hanover Town adj. William Cooke, David Hall, Sarah Gunnell, David Bullock containing 187 acres. Sig. James C. Dickenson and Mary Dickenson. Wit. Christopher Tompkins.

Book: M, Page: 693, Grantor: James C. Dickinson and Mary his wife, Grantee: Wm. Cooke, Date: 13-May-1816
James C. Dickinson and Mary his wife to Wm. Cooke all of Louisa $561 for tract on both sides of Main Road leading from Louisa Courthouse to Hanover Town adj. Wm. Cooke, David Hall, Sarah Gunnell, Toler, David Bullock containing 187 acres. Wit. Christopher Tompkins. Sig. James C. Dickinson and Mary Dickinson. Rec. 13 May 1816.

Book: M, Page: 695, Grantor: Nicholas J. Poindexter deputy sheriff for John Dow, Grantee: William Walton, Date: 21-Aug-1815
Nicholas J. Poindexter deputy sheriff for John Downing sheriff to William Walton 400 acres charged to Thos. Carter returned delinquent sold 21 Aug 1815 at public auction to William Walton for 40 acres at $19.85/acre Rec. 10 Jun 1816.

Book: M, Page: 699, Grantor: Ragland, William, Grantee: Bunch, Nathaniel, Date: 01-Jan-1816
[no abstract]

Book: M, Page: 699, Grantor: Wm. Ragland, Grantee: Nathaniel Bunch, Date: 01-Mar-1816
Wm. Ragland to Nathaniel Bunch $1,000 for 1/2 of a tract purchased by Ragland of heirs of John Boyd dec'd. on Camp Creek adjoining W. Sergeant containing 50 acres adjoining Wm. Sergeants, Camp Creek, Terrils Spring. Sig. Wm. Ragland wit. Jan Bunch, Burwell G. Bunch Rec. 13 May 1816.

Book: M, Page: 712, Grantor: William Walton, Grantee:  , Date: 29-Jun-1816
received of William Walton $5.94 for 50 acres of land bought for taxes by William Walton.



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