Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book A
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Book: A, Page: 372, Grantor: Thomas Gibson (Alias Wilburn) and Mary, his wife, Grantee: Thomas Moreman, Date: 08-Aug-1749
Thomas Gibson (Alias Wilburn) and Mary, his wife to Thomas Moreman, both of Louisa co., Fredericksville Par, #100 currt. money. 134 acres on south fork of Pamunkey in Fredericksville Par....line of James Johnson and Francis Smithson and Thomas Moreman and George Holland and Gilbert Gibson. Sig. Thomas Gibson (T), Mary Gibson (+) Wit. James Lasley, Fr. Smithson, James Buchanan, George Holland.
Book: A, Page: 375, Grantor: Benjamin Brown and Sarah his wife, Grantee: John Snelson, Date: 23-Apr-1750
Benjamin Brown and Sarah his wife of Fredericksville Par., Louisa, planter to John Snelson of St. Paul's Par. Hanover Co. Gent, Lease and release 200 acres in Snelson's possession adj. James Nuckolds, John Cosby, Richard Yancey, Edward Bullock. Sig. Benja. Brown.
Book: A, Page: 375, Grantor: Benjamin Brown and Sarah, his wife, Grantee: John Snelson, Date:
1750 Benjamin Brown and Sarah, his wife, of Fredericksville Par., Louisa co. Planter to John Snelson of St. Paul's Par., Hanover Gent. Lease and release Lb. 55 currt. money 200 acres in Snelson's actual possession...bounded by James Nuckolls, John Cosby, Richard Yancey and Edward Bullock.
Book: A, Page: 377, Grantor: Laurence Redman, Grantee: David Anderson and Thomas Underwood, Date:
Laurence Redman of Louisa co. to David Anderson and Thomas Underwood of Hanover co. £100, all goods and chattels belonging to him by an inventory annexed hereto. goods not to be removed from plantation whereon they now are without consent of sd. Anderson and Underwood. Provided sd. Redman before 5 Feb. next pay £100 with interest, this deed shall be void.
Book: A, Page: 378, Grantor: James Yancey, Grantee: James Anthony, Date: 22-May-1750
James Yancey of St. Martins Par., Louisa Co., to James Anthony of same. £30 for 400 acres in Par. aforesaid adj. Daniel Williams. Sig. James Yancey. Acknowledged by James Yancey and Elizabeth his wife 22 May 1750.
Book: A, Page: 379, Grantor: James Buchanan, Grantee: Thomas Ross, Date: 20-Mar-1750
James Buchanan of Fredericksville Par, Louisa Co. to Thomas Ross of same. 25 Lbs for 200 acres in Fredericksville Par. on branches of Rocky Creek adjoining Alexander Glasby and Mumford Robertson being all the land of said Buchanan. Sig. James Buchanan. Wit. George Thompson, Edward Mously, Walter Mousley (x)
Book: A, Page: 383, Grantor: Timothy Dalton, Grantee: Samuel Cobbs, Date: 22-May-1750
Timothy Dalton of Louisa Co. to Samuel Cobbs of same, £81 for 400 acres on both sides of Machunck Creek (Mechunk). Sig. Timothy Dalton. 26 Jun 1750 ack. by timothy Dalton. Elizabeth, his wife, relinquished right of dower.
Book: A, Page: 391, Grantor: John Foster, Grantee: Hugh Boyle, Date: 26-Jun-1749
John Foster of Louisa Co. to Hugh Boyle of same. +45 for 150 acres bounded by lines of George Homes, Orange Co. line, Mr. Thomas and a line on both sides of the main road called Durrats; Ordinary. Sig. John Foster. Wit. Thos. Perkins, Wm. Bourn, Wm. Norvell. 26 Jun 1750 acknowledged by John Foster.
Book: A, Page: 393, Grantor: Charles Mills, Grantee: Edward Sims, Date: 04-Jan-1749
Charles Mills witness to deed Edward Sims of St. Paul's Par, Hanover Co. to Thomas Rice of St. Martins Par. Hanover Co. for tract of 120 acres in St. Martins Par, Louisa Co.
Book: A, Page: 394, Grantor: The Rev. Robert Barret, Grantee: Samuel Dalton, Date: 26-Apr-1750
The Rev. Robert Barret of St. Martin's Parish, Hanover Co., to Samuel Dalton of Fredericksville Par., Louisa Co., Planter. £100 for 1 tracts of 400 acres each on both sides of Buck Mountain Creek; purchased of John Sidderdale, Merchant, conveyed to Robert Barret, Clerk, by two ures executed in the General Court 20 Apr 1748.
Book: A, Page: 399, Grantor: Martin, Joseph, Grantee: English, Stephen, Date: 28-Aug-1750
Book: A, Page: 402, Grantor: Hughes, John & Wife, Grantee: Parrott, Curtis, Date: 23-Oct-1750
Book: A, Page: 409, Grantor: Chapman, Jane, Grantee: Meriwether, Elizabeth, Date: 05-Nov-1750
Jane Chapman parish of St. John in King William county, widow of Richard Chapman, and Elizabeth Meriwether of Fredericksville in Louisa. £24 for 300 acres land on Hickory creek that was given to Jane and her husband Richard Chapman now deceased, by Col. Nicholas Meriwether, deceased. Lying and being on [S?]umping swamp, a branch on Hickory creek. Beginning Chapman's corner two pines, E; 140P; corner red oak; N; 54P; to corner three pines; E206P; to a corner two white oaks by a branch; S; 156P; two corner pines in Chapman line, thence west dividing this land from the remaining part of the said tract; 352P; to a corner pine in her other line, then on her other line N; 104P; to beginning. Land laid off by Robert Harris 19 March 1749
Book: A, Page: 410, Grantor: Tate, John, Grantee: Tate, Robert, Date: 22-Jan-1750
John Tate of Fredericksville Parish, Louisa Co. For consideration of the value of land in St. Pauls Parish in Hanover Co.; to my brother Robert Tate of the parish & Co. above mentioned; whereon I now live, 175 acres. Beg. At Maple on Christopher Run, along marked trees to the North Anna River, near the mouth, maple between him and his brother William Tate; up the North Anna to a hickory, line of marked trees to a pine ___? South? Dividing his brother James Tate; on Stephens Corner to Christopher Run, beginning. Part of a larger tract taken up by our father Robert Tate.
Book: A, Page: 411, Grantor: William Carr, Grantee: Isaac Davis, Date: 04-Dec-1747
William Carr of St. George Par., Spotsylvania Co., to Isaac Davis of Louisa Co. #22 10s currt. money. 400 acres on one of the forks of the James River on the north side of Jacob's Run; part of a patent for 4,024 acres granted sd. Carr 29 Jun 1739 .. Jacob's Run .... near Dalton's corner ... Mr. Web's line. Sig. Wm. Carr Wit: Wm Mackalester, Jno. Chiles, Wm. White 26 Feb 1750 (1751) acknowledged by William Carr.
Book: A, Page: 411, Grantor: William Carr, Grantee: , Date: 22-Feb-1751
William Carr of Spotsylvania Co., Gent. for good will, Love and affection to my son in law, William Crenshaw of Louisa co., and my beloved daughter, Susanna, his wife. 400 acres on north side of North branch of James River.... John Waller Junr's corner on north side of sd. River ... Nicholas Meriwether Junr's corner ..... Ambrose Joshua Smith's line ... Martin's line; part of an inclusive patent to sd. Carr 29 Jun 1739 containing 4,024 acres. Sig. Wm. Carr Wit: Mary Carr, Jno. Chiles, Susanh. Brookes (x). 26 Feb 1750 (1751) acknowledged by William Carr.
Book: A, Page: 416, Grantor: Benjamin Dumas and France, his wife, Grantee: James Goodwin, Date: 23-Feb-1750
Benjamin Dumas and France, his wife of Louisa Co. to James Goodwin of York Co. £400 currt money 601 acres, together with a Water Mill...on east side of the river below the mill...Samuel Goodman's corner...Bickley's line...Robert Garland's corner...Garland' line ...up the south and main fork of the River to Edward Bullock's corner Bullock's plantation ...Thomas Poindexter's corner. on Poindexter's and Robert Yancey, Dec;d., line to the Little River on the west side. Sig. Benja Dumas.
Book: A, Page: 416, Grantor: Charles Mills, Grantee: , Date:
Charles Mills witness to deed 26 Mar. 1751 John Sims of St. Martins Parish, Hanover Co., planter and Rebekah his wife to John Watkins of Hanover Co. for tract of 200 acres in Louisa on Little River.
Book: A, Page: 420, Grantor: Hughes, Stephen, Grantee: Crenshaw, William, Date: 23-Apr-1751
Stephen Hughes to William Crenshaw for £25, for 400 acres, parish of St. ____? on the east side of the first mountains, .... a branch, ... two more branches, ....
Book: A, Page: 431, Grantor: Robert Anderson, Grantee: Charles Barret, Date: 26-Jun-1751
Robert Anderson of St. Martins Par. Hanover Co. Planter, to Charles Barret of Fredericksville Par., Louisa £265 currt. money for 184 acres adj. sd Anderson, Lickinghole branch, Rices' corner, Barrets, part of 284 acres granted by patent 10 Jun 1740 to sd. Anderson. Sig. Robert Anderson. Wit. Thomas Perkins, chars. Bickley, Henry Shelton.
Book: A, Page: 437, Grantor: Andrew Hunter is, Grantee: , Date: 24-Sep-1751
Andrew Hunter is witness to a deed of sale between James Bobbit of St. Martin's Parish to John Boswell of St. Martins Parish of Hanover co. 24 Dec 1750 Deed proved by oaths of witnesses including Andrew Hunter 24 Sep 1751 in Louisa county.
Book: A, Page: 438, Grantor: Gladsby, Alex & Aamlin, Grantee: Hunter, Andrew, Date: 24-Sep-1751
Book: A, Page: 443, Grantor: Robert Harris, Grantee: , Date: 21-Oct-1751
Robert Harris of Fredericksville Par., Louisa Co. for good will and affection to my son in law, John Jouett; one negro Woman named Cate and one negro boy named George, son of sd. Cat. Sig. Robert Harris. Wit. Tyree Harris, John Medlock, Moore Medlock (X)
Book: A, Page: 447, Grantor: Nicholas Johnson, Grantee: Richard Johnson, Date: 22-Jan-1752
Nicholas Johnson of St. Martins Parish Louisa Co. son and heir at law of Thomas Johnson late of King William Co., gent., dec'd. to Richard Johnson of same, gent. second son of the said Thomas Johnson for ?243-13-2 & ? penny currt. money for 12 Negroes and their increase- Polly, Betty, Margaret, Jonny, little Jonny, little Polly, Stephen, Sarah, Arthur, Toby, Moses, and Dick, now or lately in the possession of Ann Cosby mother of said parties which said Negroes Nicholas Johnson should or ought to have by and after the decease of said Ann Cosby which said Negroes are part of the 1/3 part of the Negro slaves belonging to the estate of the said Thomas Johnson and assigned to sd. Ann by her right of dower. Sig. Nicholas Johnson. wit. Wm. Meriwether and Thomas Perkins.
Book: A, Page: 449, Grantor: Thomas Rice, Grantee: John Watkins, Date: 28-Jan-1752
Thomas Rice of Hanover County to John Watkins of Louisa Co. £10 for 50 acres in Fredericksville Par. on branches of Cub Creek adj. Ann Mills line. Sig. Thomas Rice. Ack. by Thomas Rice and Jane his wife.
Book: A, Page: 453, Grantor: Travilian, James, Grantee: Travilian, Thomas Jr., Date: 25-Feb-1752
James Travilian, county of Granville in North Carolina of the one part and Thomas Trevilian, Jr. of St. Martins Parish and county of Hanover of the other part, for £40 .... one certain tract or parcel lying and being in the parish of Fredericksville and county of Louisa ... brambles of Long Creek containing by estimation one hundred and forty acres, bounded as followeth: to west by the lines of John Matlock, Ann Anslin? Lucy Smith, David Crosham, Edward Bullock, Thomas Shelton. [No M&B]
Book: A, Page: 458, Grantor: Eubank, John, Grantee: Goodall, John, Date: 01-Jan-1752
Book: A, Page: 460, Grantor: Allegree, Giles, Grantee: English, Charles, Date: 28-Apr-1752
Giles Allegre of county of Albemarle, Charles English £10, land of Louisa county on the north side the .....
Book: A, Page: 463, Grantor: English, Stephen, Grantee: Ramsey, Daniel, Date: 26-May-1752
Book: A, Page: 464, Grantor: Robert Anderson, Grantee: David Anderson, Date: 23-Jun-1752
Robert Anderson of St. Martin's Par., Hanover co. to David Anderson of same. £30 for 100 acres on each side of Lickinghole branch, Fredericksville Par; part of a tract of 284 acres granted sd. Anderson by patent 10 Jun 1740 .... Barrets' corner at head of Lickinghole branch, down same to Barret's corner ... along sd. Anderson's several lines. Sig. Robert Anderson (RA)
Book: A, Page: 465, Grantor: John Cosby and Ann Cosby, Grantee: Thomas Johnson, Date: 23-Jun-1752
John Cosby and Ann Cosby of Fredericksville Parish, Louisa co. and Nicholas Johnson of St. Martins Parish, to Thomas Johnson of Drisdale Parish Caroline Co. for ?60 sterling 311 acres in Fredericksville parish on both sides of the South Anna River above the Roundabout Creek. Adjoining Ann Johnson, formerly Col. Nicholas Meriwether line the River, Roundabout Neck ridge, granted said Ann Cosby by the name of Ann Johnson by patent 26 Mar. 1739 recorded in Williamsburg. Sig. John Cosby, Ann Cosby, Nicho. Johnson.
Book: A, Page: 466, Grantor: John Cosby and Anne Cosby, his wife, Grantee: William Johnson, Date: 23-Jun-1752
John Cosby and Anne Cosby, his wife, of Fredericksville Parish and Nicholas Johnson of St. Martins Parish Louisa County to William Johnson of Fredericksville parish for natural love and affection to sd. William Johnson also for ?20 500 acres in Fredericksville parish whereon said William Johnson now lives at the River on Love Statham's, Capt. Venables, John Michie, James Watson, Capt. Thomas Johnson. Sig. John Cosby, Ann Cosby, Nichs. Johnson.
Book: A, Page: 468, Grantor: Lasley, James, Grantee: Merriwether, Elizabeth, Date: 20-Jun-1752
Regarding a parcel of 400 acres sold to Elizabeth Merriwether for twenty Virginia pounds. The parcel was a land patent given to James Lasley in 1740. The land is bounded as follows: beginning at Francis SMITHSON’s corner stake in RAGLAND’s line running along Ragland’s line north 70 degrees, east 88 poles to his corner pine and along his other line south 65 degrees, east 208 poles to his corner; from several saplings in Colonel Merriwether’s line and along the same line north 244 poles to a stake in his line; then west 380 poles to Francis Smithson’s corner red oak and along his line south 29 degrees, east 209 poles to the beginning. [The remainder of the deed is confusing, but I believe the premises on said land were sold to Elizabeth Merriwether for 200 Virginia pounds.]
Book: A, Page: 469, Grantor: Andrew Hunter, Grantee: Peter Hunter, Date: 28-Jul-1752
Andrew Hunter of St. Martin's Parish, Louisa co. planter to Peter Hunter of same, planter son of aforesaid, Andrew, for natural love and affection, 400 acres in Fredericksville parish.... Rocky Creek ... east side of a branch ... near a small branch of Bird Creek. Andrew Hunter 28 Jul 1752 ack. by Andrew Hunter.
Book: A, Page: 469, Grantor: Hunter, Andrew, Grantee: Hunter, Peter (son), Date: 28-Jul-1752
Book: A, Page: 470, Grantor: Andrew Hunter, Grantee: Andrew Hunter, Junr., Date: 08-Jul-1752
Andrew Hunter of St. Martin's Parish Louisa County, planter to Andrew Hunter, Jr. of same, planter for natural love and affection to son, Andrew. 400 acres in Fredericksville Parish ... adj. Charles Moreman's corner pine in John Prices; line. south fork of Rocky Creek, granted by letters patent 1 Aug 1745.
Book: A, Page: 470, Grantor: Hunter, Andrew, Grantee: Hunter, Andrew, Jr., Date: 28-Jul-1752
Andrew Hunter of St. Martins Parish, Louisa Co., Va. to Andrew Hunter, Jr. land for "love and affection I bear my son, Andrew Hunter, Jr.
Book: A, Page: 471, Grantor: James Johnson and Lucy , his wife, Grantee: Benjamin Johnson, Date: 23-Jul-1752
James Johnson and Lucy , his wife, to Benjamin Johnson, both of Fredericksville Par., Louisa Co. #13 currt. money. 70 acres in Fredericksville Par. ..... Thomas Moreman's and Francis Smithson's corner..... crossing Peter's Creek... John Davis' line. ... Smithson's line. Sig. James Johnson, Lucy Johnson 28 July 1752 acknowledged by James Johnson and Lucy Johnson.
Book: A, Page: 479, Grantor: Francis Smithing, Grantee: David Anderson, Date: 24-Jun-1752
Francis Smithing of Fredericksville Par. Louisa Co. Planter and Sarah, his wife, to David Anderson of St. Martin's Par. Hanover Co. Merchant £50 for 100 acres in Fredericksville Par. part of a greater tract granted to sd. by patent at Williamsburg 17 Aug 1733 joining and contiguous to that Tract of land which John Smithing father of sd. Francis gave unto sd. Francis by Deed of gift 23 May in the year of our Lord mentioned and recorded in the Court of Hanover and sold by Francis Smithing unto sd. David Anderson, after having barred and cut off the sd. entail, as may appear by deed from sd. Francis and his wife, bearing date the day of these presents and recorded in the general Court.. Wit., Robert Harris, Bartelott Anderson, Robert Anderson, Jno. Chiles, James Lasley.
Book: A, Page: 484, Grantor: Mary Arnold, Grantee: , Date: 02-May-1752
Mary Arnold of Louisa appoint Abraham Venable of Louisa Co. or if he refuses, Robert Anderson of Louisa of same county, Gent., my lawful atty. to sell 200 acres of land devised to my by the will of my deceased husband Mr. Jonathan Arnold, late rector of Fredericksville Parish. Sig. Mary Arnold. Wit. Daniel Williams, Ursula Williams, Maria Williams, Henry Williams.
Book: A, Page: 486, Grantor: Robert Harris, Grantee: Willaim Shelton, Date: 27-Nov-1752
I, Robert Harris of Fredericksville Par., Louisa Co. For natural love and affection to my son-in-law, Willaim Shelton of afsd. Par. two mulatto slaves called Sherwood and Moses. Sig. Robert Harris. wit. Tyree Harris, Ben. Brown, Jr., Robert Wilson.
Book: A, Page: 487, Grantor: Thomas Paulett, Grantee: Ann Clarke, Date: 28-Nov-1752
I, Thomas Paulett of Fredericsville Par., Louisa Co., for Good will and fatherly love to my daughter, Ann Clarke, one Negroe woman name Jude and her increase. sig. Thomas Paulett Wit; William Trimmear, Isaac Clark.
Book: A, Page: 488, Grantor: Geffry Clark, Grantee: John Anderson, Date: 28-Nov-1752
Geffry Clark of Fredericksville Par. Louisa co. planter to John Anderson of same +30 for 62 acres in Fredericksville Par. on Cub Creek; sold by John Blalock to Stephen Harris; by sd. Harris to sd. Clarke, Bounded by lines of Benjamin Timberlake, Philip Timberlake and Nelson Anderson.
Book: A, Page: 492, Grantor: Goodwin Trice, Grantee: Richard Wright, Date: 21-Jun-1749
Goodwin Trice of Louisa Co., Planter, to Richard Wright of same #6 20s for 33 acres on lower side of the main body of Little Rockey Creek ... adjoining sd. Trice, Robert Sims, dec'd., a little below the old Mill. Sig. Goodwin Trtice wit. Charles Barrett, John Pettus, Robt. Garland, John Longan.
Book: A, Page: 502, Grantor: William Adams, Grantee: Benjamin Timberlake, Date: 27-Mar-1753
William Adams of Louisa co. to Benjamin Timberlake of Hanover Co. £50 for 104 acres adj. the river, Timberlake,, Nelson Anderson, John Brooks, being part of land purchased by Lawrence Redman of Richard Harris conveyed to sd. Adams. Sig. Wm. Adams.
Book: A, Page: 503, Grantor: William Wood, Grantee: John Jones, Date: 26-Mar-1753
William Wood of Albemarle Co. to John Jones of Hanover Co. £45 for 400 acres in Fredericksville Par. adj. Woods corner along Gibson line. Sig. William Wood. wit. Andrew Greenhorn, William Janoway, Geo. Holland.
Book: A, Page: 505, Grantor: William Carr, Grantee: , Date: 27-Mar-1753
William Carr, Gent., of Spotsylvania Co. For Good Will, Love and Affection to my son in law, Mordica Miller Hord and my well beloved daughter, Sarah, his wife. 442 acres in the fork of the James River on the south side of Jacob's Run .... corner of the patent . in Henry's or Mills' line; granted by patent to sd. Carr 29 Jun 1739 containing 4,024 acres. 20 Dec 1752. Sig. Wm. Carr Wit: John Smart, Wm. Claytor, Richd. Kelley. 27 Mar 1753 acknowledged by William Carr.
Book: A, Page: 507, Grantor: Thomas Thomson, son, Grantee: Thomas Wicker, Date: 24-Apr-1753
Thomas Thomson, son of Samuel Thomson of Louisa co. Planter to Thomas Wicker of same planter #25 for 50 acres in slash at the head of a branch called Tomahawk, George Thomason's corner. wit. Abra Venable, Richard Haggard, Samuel Thomason.
Book: A, Page: 508, Grantor: Nath. Garland, William Pollard, and David Cosby, J, Grantee: , Date: 02-May-1753
Nath. Garland, William Pollard, and David Cosby, Jr. wit. to deed 2 May 1753 Samuel Thomason of Louisa to George Thomason of same tract on Gold Mine Creek and Beaver Creek.
Book: A, Page: 508, Grantor: Samuel Thomason, Grantee: George Thomason, Date: 02-May-1753
Samuel Thomason of Louisa Co. to George Thomason of same #28 for 129 acres, adj. Edward Stringer, small branch joining Golden Mine Creek, Beaver Creek. Sig. Samuel Thomason.
Book: A, Page: 511, Grantor: John Cosby, Grantee: Charles Barret, Date: 22-May-1753
John Cosby of Fredericksville Par., Louisa Co. to Charles Barret of same for 5s 58 acres in Fredericksville Par. adj. Barret, side of Cattale branch. Sig. John Cosby. wit. Abra. Venable, Jo. Moore, James Milles. ack. by John Cosby date of deed.
Book: A, Page: 514, Grantor: Arthur Slayden (Slayton), Grantee: Joseph Shelton, John Holt, David Shelton, Date: 29-Jun-1753
Arthur Slayden (Slayton) of Goochland Co., St. James Northam Par., planter, to Joseph Shelton, John Holt, David Shelton, William Shelton, Joseph Holt, Elisha White, and William White of Louisa Co., and Tucker Woodson, Walter Leak, Charles Rice, Charles Christian, John Slayden, Daniel Slayden, Arthur Slayden, William Slayden, Sarah Slayden, Martha Slayden, Benjamin Slayden, and Joseph Slayden of Goochland Co. for 5s paid by Joseph Shelton, John Holt and Co. 1 acre in Fredericksville Parish; part of a tract belonging to Arthru Slayden. wit. Thos. Tucker, Wm. Rutherford, Jno. Hawkins, Wm. McCormack.
Book: A, Page: 516, Grantor: George Clark and Sarah his wife, Grantee: William Barksdale, Date: 15-Dec-1752
George Clark and Sarah his wife of Louisa co., to William Barksdale of same. 100 Lb. currt. money. 400 acres on north side of south fork of the north fork of the James River...Thomas Hackett's corner on south side of the River...James Coleman's corner...Henry's Creek on north side of the river.
Book: A, Page: 520, Grantor: Nicholas Meriwether, Grantee: Abraham Venable, Date: 28-Aug-1753
Nicholas Meriwether of Fredericksville parish Louisa and Frances his wife to Abraham Venable, Robert Lewis, Charles Barrett, Thomas Paulet, John Starke, Thomas Ballard Smith, Thomas Walker, Thomas Meriwether, Robert Anderson, David Mills, Tyree Harris, William Johnson, Gent. the present Vestrymen of Fredericksville parish for ?400 paid by the vestry on behalf of the parish for 400 acres adjoining the dividing line between Nicholas Meriwether and Thomas Meriwether, Jr. near a road, side of the mountains, being part of a larger tract formerly granted by patent to Nicholas Meriwether, grandfather of the above said Nicholas Meriwether and by his last will and testament devised to afsd. Nicholas. Sig. Nicholas Meriwether, Frans. Meriwether
Book: A, Page: 521, Grantor: Edward Lane, Grantee: Thomas Poindexter, Date: 28-Aug-1753
Edward Lane of Louisa Co., planter, to Thomas Poindexter of same, Planter. # 10 current money, 100 acres on branch of Little River commonly called Rocky branch...John Woolum's corner....Thomas Thomson's line....Temperance Yancey's line ... Thomas Poindexter's corner... near Rocky branch in sd. Temperance Yancey's line........ Sig. Edward Lane. Wit. John Snead, William Thomason, James Johnson.
Book: A, Page: 521, Grantor: Edward Lane, Grantee: Thomas Poindexter, Date: 28-Aug-1753
Edward Lane of Louisa co., Planter, to Thomas Poindexter of Same, Planter. Lb 10 currt money. 100 acres on branch of Little River commonly called Rocky branch...John Woolum's corner...Thomas Thomson's line...Temperance Yancey's line...Thomas Poindexter's corner...near Rocky branch in said Temperance Yancey's line. Sig. Edward Lane
Book: A, Page: 522, Grantor: Joseph Walker, Grantee: George Adams, Date: 21-Jul-1753
Joseph Walker of St. James Northam, Goochland Co. to George Adams of St. Martins Par. Louisa for 2,400 pound tobacco for 200 acres on west side of Owen's creek being part of a great tract bound by George Web and Stephen Sarcey. wit. Jno. Norris, Wm. Adams, William (x) Adams, Jr.
Book: A, Page: 523, Grantor: Edward Arnold, Grantee: Richard Johnson, Date: 22-Sep-1752
Edward Arnold of St. Martins Par, planter and Benjamin Arnold of same, planter and Ann his wife to Richard Johnson of same, Gent. ?84 for 200 acres in St. Martins Parish beginning at Clark's now Sarah Johnson and Robert Tenham's corner, Richard Johnson, David Johnson, granted by patent at Williamsburg 16 June 1727 to Lancelot Cross late of Hanover Co. conveyed to Arnold by deed recorded in Hanover Co. wit. Thomas Perkins, Michael Wright, David Harris, Pouncey Anderson, Nicholas Johnson, Christopher Hudson and William Johnson.
Book: A, Page: 523, Grantor: Edward Arnold, Grantee: Richard Johnson, Date: 22-Sep-1752
Edward Arnold of St. Martin's Par. Louisa Co., Planter, and Benjamin Arnold of same, Planter, and Anne his wife to Richard Johnson of same, Gent. # 84 currt. money. 200 acres in St. Martin's Par ... beginning at Clark's (now Sarah Johnson and Robert Tenham's ) corner ...Richard Johnson's line... David Johnson line; granted by letters patent at Williamsburg 16 June 1727 to Lancelot Crost, late of Hanover Co.; conveyed to sd. Arnold by Indenture recorded in Hanover Co. Sig. Edward Arnold (EA) and Benjamin Arnold (B). Wit. Thomas Perkins, Michael Wright, David Harris, Pouncey Anderson , Nicholas. Johnson, Christopher Hudson, William Johnson.
Book: A, Page: 526, Grantor: Benjamin Bibb, Grantee: David Anderson, Date: 17-Sep-1753
Benjamin Bibb of Louisa co., planter to David Anderson of Hanover Co., merchant. Lease and release. £200 for 526 acres purchased of Robert Harris by deed of lease and released 4 & 5 Dec 1733 recorded in Hanover Co. Court adj. John Roads, Stephen Pettus, William Harris, south fork of Elk Creek.
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