Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book O
Many thanks to Janice L. Abercrombie! She submitted over 2,500 Deed Abstracts, which produced almost 16,000 surname references!
Book: O, Page: 298, Grantor: Joseph Bunch indebted to Wm. Ragland and David Wat, Grantee: Wm. Ragland and David Watson., Date: 07-Oct-1819
deed of trust Joseph Bunch indebted to Wm. Ragland and David Watson.
Book: O, Page: 298, Grantor: Samuel May, Grantee: Lewis D. Collins, Date: 24-Aug-1819
Samuel May of Louisa to Lewis D. Collins in trust for Nathl. M. McGehee exor of the will of William McGehee's, dec'd. for $100 in trust 1 pyde cow, yearlings, sow and shoats, horse, 3 beds and furniture. Samuel. May indebted to William McGehee, dec'd. estate $45.45. wit. G. Atkins, H. Holcomb. Sig. Saml. (x) May.
Book: O, Page: 300, Grantor: Mary Quarles, Grantee: , Date: 18-Oct-1819
Relinquishment of dower of Mary Quarles for deed in DB N p 403, recorded 18 Oct 1819.
Book: O, Page: 300, Grantor: Quarles, Mary, Grantee: Gillaspy, David, Date: 11-Oct-1819
Book: O, Page: 301, Grantor: , Grantee: Nathaniel Bunch, Date:
Plat of tract sold by Joseph Bickley and Tarlton Henley to Nathaniel Bunch containing 574 acres surveyed by Pleasant Hacket Sep 1819.
Book: O, Page: 302, Grantor: Joseph Bickley and Tarlton Henley, Grantee: Nathl Bunch, Date: 06-Oct-1819
Joseph Bickley and Tarlton Henley to Nathl Bunch all of Louisa, $10 per acre on Roundabout Creek being same land deeded John Kenon, exor of Richard Henley dec'd. containing 574 acres . Wit. Thos. G. Bickley, Nichs. Poindexter, Jno. Kennon, Sr.
Book: O, Page: 304, Grantor: Nuckolls, John, Grantee: Gibson, Osnald, Date: 08-Nov-1819
Book: O, Page: 309, Grantor: Philip Smith and Matilda his wife, Grantee: William Morris (TC), John R. Ragland, Pe, Date: 06-May-1819
Philip Smith and Matilda his wife of Louisa to William Morris (TC), John R. Ragland, Peter Crawford, John Rogers (L), Oliver Cross, Reuben Chewning, Ludlow Branham trustees of the Free Union Meeting House for $1.00 tract cont. 1 acre on North side of main Road leading from Louisa Courthouse to Charlottesville adjoining lands of John Overton Esq and being part of sd. Smith tract for the purpose of building a house of worship called the Free Union Meeting House. sig. Philip Smith (X) and Matilda Smith (X) witnesses Manoah Lasley, Garland Wash (X), John D. Fielding (X). Recorded 8 Nov 1819.
Book: O, Page: 313, Grantor: Susannah Mallory, Jesse H. Mallory, David Armstron, Grantee: Zedekiah Mallory, Date: 15-Jun-1819
Susannah Mallory, Jesse H. Mallory, David Armstrong and Eliza H. Armstrong formerly Eliza H. Mallory to Zedekiah Mallory all of Louisa for $400 tract on headwaters of Roundabout Creek cont. 36 acres assigned by commissioners to Nancy Gibson formerly Nancy Mallory, widow and relict of Thomas Mallory, dec'd., where Zedekiah and wife now reside. wit. Henry Timberlake, John Bibb, Edwd. Mills. Rec. 8 Nov 1819.
Book: O, Page: 314, Grantor: Mary Burrus, Grantee: David Bronough, Date: 06-Nov-1819
Mary Burrus, widow of John Burrus, dec'd., and Henry Burrus and Lucy his wife, John Munday and Elizabeth his wife, Henry Coats and Lucy his wife, John Burrus and Lucinda his wife, Overton Burrus heirs and legatees of John Burrus dec'd. to David Bronough of Louisa County, $300 for tract in Louisa containing 118 acres adjoining mouth of Contrary Creek where it joins the Pamunkey River, George Boxley, Jerdons Mill road, Daniel Bronaugh, Pamunky River excepting 1 acre deducted for the abutment of Jerdons Mill dam with appurtenances. Acknowledged by Mary Burruss, Henry Burruss, John Monday, Henry Coats, and John Burruss 6 Nov 1819. Sig. Mary (X) Burruss, Henry Burruss, Lucy Burruss, John (X) Monday, Elizabeth (X) Monday, Henry T. Coats, Lucy (X) Coats, John Burruss, Lucinda (X) Burruss. Lucy Burruss, wife of Henry Burruss, Elizabeth Monday wife of John Monday, Lucy Coats wife of Henry Coats, and Lucinda Burrus wife of John Burruss acknowledged the deed 6 Nov 1819
Book: O, Page: 316, Grantor: Tisdale, David, Grantee: McGhee, William Exor, Date: 05-Jan-1820
Book: O, Page: 317, Grantor: McGehee, William, Grantee: McGehee, Bathiba, Date: 05-Jan-1820
Book: O, Page: 321, Grantor: Bowles, Arthur & wife, Grantee: Waldrop, Samuel B., Date: 10-Jan-1820
Book: O, Page: 341, Grantor: Terrell, Lynch, Grantee: McGehee, George, Date: 14-Feb-1820
Book: O, Page: 350, Grantor: Pleasant Carroll, Grantee: David Lipscomb, Date: 05-Apr-1820
Pleasant Carroll to David Lipscomb of Louisa for one grey mare stud horse estimated at $150 for 160 acres being north 1/4 section of 21 of township 10, north Range 4 west in the tract appropriated for Military Bounties in Terytory of Illinos.
Book: O, Page: 351, Grantor: John Walton, Grantee: Mildred M. Dabney, Date: 20-Jan-1820
John Walton indebted to Mildred M. Dabney $7.40 in trust to Henry Timberlake Negro Leah and her children Ann, Morthy, Antony and Ben.
Book: O, Page: 359, Grantor: John Venable, Grantee: John Timberlake, Jr. and Saml. Morris, Date: 18-Sep-1819
John Venable of Fluvannah to John Timberlake, Jr. and Saml. Morris deed of trust on tract in Louisa and Fluvannah adjoining Saml. Gilbert, Thomas Diggs, Thomas Harris, dec'd., 3 chopped Road being land formerly owned by William May containing 100 acres. On motion of Eliza May 28 Feb 1820 ordered deed be certified to Louisa court where the greater part of tract is located.
Book: O, Page: 366, Grantor: Day, John, Grantee: Clayton, Arthur, Date: 14-Feb-1820
Book: O, Page: 368, Grantor: James Flanaghan, Grantee: Winston Dalton, Date:
James Flanaghan of Bedford County, Va. for natural love and affection I bear to my grandson Winston Dalton of Pittsylvania County and $1 a tract of land in Louisa County that I got from my father James Flanaghan who resided in said County. Wit. Alexander Wade, Thos. P Mitchell, Jesse Creary.
Book: O, Page: 379, Grantor: Jesse Bunch, Grantee: John Poindexter, Date: 01-Apr-1819
Deed of trust 1 Apr 1819 Jesse Bunch to John Poindexter the Elder all of Louisa in trust sorrell horse, 3 feather beds, 5 head cattle, 7 hogs and all household furniture, etc. Bunch indebted to Poindexter $154.59. Sig. Jesse Bunch. Wit. John Poindexter, Jr., Samuel D. Purrington, Jno. A. Bunch.
Book: O, Page: 380, Grantor: John Pulliam and Sarah, Grantee: Thomas Baker, Date: 10-Apr-1820
John Pulliam & Sarah to Thomas Baker for $458.25 tract on Cauthrans Creek cont. 10 1/2 acres adjoining Edward Burton, Jasper Grinstead, George Fletcher. No witnesses
Book: O, Page: 382, Grantor: Quarles, G. M. & ?, Grantee: Rawling, Peyton J., Date: 08-May-1820
Book: O, Page: 386, Grantor: Waldrop, Francis & wife, Grantee: Waldrop, William, Date: 20-Jan-1820
Book: O, Page: 386, Grantor: Waldrop, Jane, Grantee: Waldrop, William, Date: 20-Jun-1820
Book: O, Page: 386, Grantor: Waldrop, Samuel B. & wife, Grantee: Waldrop, William, Date: 20-Jun-1820
Book: O, Page: 386, Grantor: Waldrop, John & wife, Grantee: Waldrop, William, Date: 20-Jun-1820
Book: O, Page: 394, Grantor: Zedekiah Gibson and Nancy his wife, Grantee: Archibald Thomas, Date: 09-Jun-1820
Zedekiah Gibson and Nancy his wife of Louisa to Archibald Thomas of same $60 for Negro slaves and other personal estate of Thomas G. Mallory the son of said Nancy Gibson whilst the widow of sd. Thomas Mallory. Sig. Zedikiah Gibson. Recorded 12 Jun 1820.
Book: O, Page: 400, Grantor: Day, John, Grantee: Chandler, Leroy, Date: 12-Jul-1820
Book: O, Page: 401, Grantor: David Armstrong and Eliza his wife, Jesse H. Mallo, Grantee: Zedekiah Gibson, Date: 21-Nov-1819
David Armstrong and Eliza his wife, Jesse H. Mallory to Zedekiah Gibson $40 for 12 acres being part of interest in an undivided tract belonging to estate of Thomas Mallory, dec'd. adj. sd. Gibson now resides. Sig. David Armstrong, Jesse H. Mallory, Margaret M. Mallory, Eliza Armstrong. wit. Charles Dabney, Hezekiah Sims, James Sims, Thos. Johnson.
Book: O, Page: 411, Grantor: Patrick Butler and Milley, William Groom and Patse, Grantee: Thomas Baker, Date: 13-Apr-1820
Patrick Butler and Milley, William Groom and Patsey his wife, Rhoda Butler, Polly Butler, Hezekiah Butler, Augustin Butler, To Thomas Baker for $4 each all their interest both in law and equity at death of Mrs. Jane Burton as heirs of Nathan Butler in 65 acres held as life estate by Jane Burton (formerly Jane Butler) adjoining Moses White, Jasper Grinstead and others. Sig. by grantors.
Book: O, Page: 411, Grantor: Patrick Butler and Milly his wife , William Groom , Grantee: Thomas Baker, Date: 13-Apr-1820
Patrick Butler and Milly, his wife, William Groom and Patsy his wife, Rhoda Butler, Polley Butler, Hezekiah Butler, Austin Butler to Thomas Baker all of Louisa County for $4 each, all interest they may have at the death of Mrs. Jane Butler [crossed out and replaced with Burton] as heirs of Nathan Butler, dec'd. in the 65 acres of land now held as a life estate by Jane Burton (formerly Jane Butler) in Louisa County adjoining Moses White, Jasper Grinstead and others. After the death of Jane Burton. Sig. Patrick Butler, Wm. (x) Butler, Patsy Groom, Rhoda (x) Butler, Polley (x) Butler, Hezekiah Butler, Augustin Butler. Witnesses William F. Johnson, Robert T. White, Moses White, Colin Johnson, Roderick Johnson, Elias White. Rec. 10 Jul 1820.
Book: O, Page: 424, Grantor: Terry, James, Grantee: Dunn, Martin, Date: 14-Sep-1820
James Terry to Martin Dunn for $26, 4 1/4 acres on headwaters of Hickory Creek in said Dunn line, N 17 deg W 18 poles to ... in Champ Terry line, S 72 deg W 46 poles in said Dunn line S 60 deg E 19 poles Dunn line, N 72 deg E 30 poles to beginning.
Book: O, Page: 428, Grantor: Peyton J. Rawlins and his wife Lucy J., Grantee: David Johnson, Date: 23-Jun-1820
Peyton J. Rawlins and his wife Lucy J. and Wm. Thompson and Elizabeth his wife of Louisa to David Johnson of City of Richmond for $112.35 for 14 acres & 7 poles in Louisa on both sides Beaver Creek, west bank corner to sd. Wm. Thompson and Elizabeth, Elisha Melton. Wit. Thomas Johnson, James Michie, Henry W. Johnson, Thomas Johnson justices of Louisa certified for grantors.
Book: O, Page: 431, Grantor: Joseph Stevens, Grantee: James Michie. Stevens indebted to John T, Date: 26-Aug-1820
Joseph Stevens of Louisa to James Michie. Stevens indebted to John Thomasson. Deed of Trust on land adjoining Edward Houchins, Merewither Smith containing 128 acres. Sig. Joseph Steven. Rec. 26 Aug 1820.
Book: O, Page: 439, Grantor: Nancy Gibson, Grantee: Zedekiah Gibson, Date: 10-Jul-1820
Whereas a suit is now pending in Louisa Count for separate maintenance Nancy Gibson against Zedekiah Gibson and both being willing to comprise and putting an end to the suit Nancy Gibson does hereby agree to return to the bed and board of sd. Zedekiah Gibson and to demean herself as a good and affectionate wife and Zedekiah binds himself to treat her with all that conjugal affection and attentive husband and in that case Gibson forfeits all right title or interest to any property real or personal which was or may belong to him received from his wife and the property shall be vested in Jesse H. Mallory for the sold use and benefit of Nancy Gibson during her life and at her death the property to go to the children of sd. Nancy Gibson by sd. Zedekiah Gibson. 10 Jul 1820. Sig. Zedekiah Gibson and Nancy Gibson. wit. H. Winston. Henry Timberlake. Justices of Louisa attest to signature of Zedekiah Gibson and Nancy Gibson. Rec. 11 Sep 1820.
Book: O, Page: 441, Grantor: John Poindexter, Grantee: , Date: 09-Oct-1820
John Poindexter signed record as recording a deed and the next recordation is done by John Hunter signing as clerk of the court.
Book: O, Page: 447, Grantor: Turner, James, Grantee: Chiles, Fendol, Date: 09-Oct-1820
Book: O1/2, Page: 457, Grantor: Dicken, Joseph & wife, Grantee: Timberlake, Phillip, Date: 01-Jan-1773
Book: O, Page: 465, Grantor: Elijah May, Grantee: John Venable and he to John Timberlake a, Date: 08-Apr-1805
I purchased from Elijah May 100 acres on both sides of 3 chopped Road in Louisa and Fluvanna Counties by deed recorded 8 Apr 1805 which I afterwards sold to John Venable and he to John Timberlake as trustee and sold by the trustees to Elijah May. Release 30 Sep 1820.
Book: O, Page: 474, Grantor: Turner, James D. & wf, Grantee: Bragg, John L., Date: 13-Nov-1820
Book: O, Page: 480, Grantor: Terry, James, Grantee: Mosley, John, Date: 09-Dec-1820
Book: O, Page: 484, Grantor: Arnold, William, Grantee: Hancock, Joseph Jr., Date: 11-Dec-1820
Book: O, Page: 491, Grantor: William Lipscomb and Anne his wife, Grantee: George Lumsden, Date: 19-Dec-1820
William Lipscomb and Anne his wife to George Lumsden all of Louisa, $1 for 61 1/3 acres being lot No. 1 in division of land of Rev. William Cooke drawn by said William Lipscomb. sig. William Lipscomb and Anne Lipscomb. Magistrates William Nelson, Jr. and William Waddy certify for the Lipscomb's and Annes relinquishment.
Book: O, Page: 507, Grantor: Terry, William, Grantee: Smith, Barbara, Date: 12-Feb-1821
Book: O, Page: 508, Grantor: John Walton and Nancy his wife, Thomas Waldrope an, Grantee: Susanna Smith and Barbara Smith, Date: 22-Jan-1820
John Walton and Nancy his wife, Thomas Waldrope and Franky his wife, William F. Toler and Mary his wife, Coleman Trainham and Lucy his wife, Dabney Smith and Agness his wife, Charles Cosby and Sally his wife, Lipscomb Crank and Mary his wife, William Terry and Sally his wife, John Omohundro and Nancy his wife, William Pettit and Franky his wife, John Crank and Elizabeth his wife, George Crank and Margaret his wife of Goochland, Louisa, Albemarle, Fluvanna Counties to Susanna Smith and Barbara Smith of Louisa a tract on headwaters of Rock Creek adj. lands of heirs of William Cooke, dec`d., George Harris, Joseph Spicer, David Hall, Dickerson.
Book: O, Page: 508, Grantor: Waldrop, Thomas & wife, Grantee: Smith, Barbara & Susanna, Date: 12-Feb-1821
Book: P, Page: 0, Grantor: Samuel Faulconer, Sr., Grantee: , Date: 02-Jun-1798
Samuel Faulconer, Sr. of Spots. Co. to his eight children, Samuel, and James Faulcner, Catherine Almond, Phebe Moore, Elizabeth, Jemima and Philadelphia Faulconer and Mary Underwood of same county. Deed of Gift. 150 acres of land. Wit. David Partlow, John Partlow, Benjamin Webb. WB E Administration bond of Barbary Quire, admx. of Raymon Quire, with John Almond, sec. 17 Aug 1781. Spotsylvania Revolutionary Pensioners Aug. 7, 1832 John Almond of Spts. Ct., aged 77 years. Enlisted under Capt. Gregory Smith in King and Queen Co., in 1775 as a soldier for 3 years. Marched under Capt. Smith to Williamsburg and thence to Yorktown and Gloucester town and thence to Guin's Island against Lord Dunmore where he joined 7th Va. Regt., commanded by Col. Daingerfield. Marched to the North and joined Gen. Washington's Army in 1776; in Battle at Brandywine, Sep 11, 1776 and Germantown, Oct. 4; went into winter quarters at Valley Forge and discharged by orders of Genl Washington. Refers to certificate of William Campbell and William Selden, R. L. Officers, Va., accompanying this declaration.
Book: P, Page: 1, Grantor: Wm. M. Terry and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: Nathaniel Thompson Jr., Date: 18-Mar-1820
Wm. M. Terry and Elizabeth his wife of Christian Co., Ky to Nathaniel Thompson, Jr. on east branch of Rock Creek adjoining heirs of George Pottie Dec'd. and Joseph Spicer and adjoining road leading from Cartersville to Fredericksburg, Joseph Spicer, Pottie containing 191 1/2 acres for $1. sig. Wm. M. Terry and Elizabeth M. Terry. Wit. Henry Gorin, Henry C. Evin, Nathan Martin Justices of Christain Co. Kentucky who certify for Terrys.
Book: P, Page: 3, Grantor: Wm. Terry and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: David Hall, Date: 18-Mar-1820
Wm. Terry and Elizabeth his wife of Christian Ky to David Hall of Louisa tract in Louisa on west branch of rock Creek adjoining George Pottie Dec'd., James Dickenson, Susanna Smith and Barbara Smith, Joseph Spicer, Fredericksburg road from Cartersville. containing 274 acres. Justices of Christian Co. Kentucky certify for Terrys. Rec. 12 Feb 1821.
Book: P, Page: 5, Grantor: Waldrop, Thomas, Grantee: Thompson, Nathaniel, Date: 12-Feb-1821
Book: P, Page: 19, Grantor: John Shepperson and Polly his wife, Nancy Sheppers, Grantee: John Gunter, Date: 12-Feb-1821
John Shepperson and Polly his wife, Nancy Shepperson widow and relict of Nahtan Shepperson, Fanny Shepperson, Louisa Shepperson, Patsey Shepperson, John and Nathan Shepperson which said Fanny Shepperson, Louisa Shepperson, Patsey Shepperson, John and Nathan Shepperson are children and heirs and representatives of said Nathan Shepperson Dec'd of Louisa to John Gunter of same; $227 tract in Louisa adjoining Mrs. Trice, Christopher Run, James Gillum containing 54 1/4 acres. John Shepperson and Polly his wife warrant their fee simple estate in land and Nancy Shepperson widow warrants her life estate in 1/3 of one fifth being the proportion to which her deceased husband was entitled as one of the legatees of John Shepperson, Dec'd.. Sig. John Shepperson (x), Polly Shepperson (X), Wit. M. Hunter. Rec. 11 Jun 1821.
Book: P, Page: 53, Grantor: Nuckolds Johnson and Susanna his wife, Grantee: Thomas Bickley, Date: 02-Jan-1821
Nuckolds Johnson and Susanna his wife of Louisa to Thomas Bickley $1200 tract on Southanna River adjoining Michie containing 111 acres. Sig. Nuckolds Johnson, Susan Johnson. wit. Nathl. Perkins, Samuel Hughson, John Gilbert, Jr., justices certify for Susanna.
Book: P, Page: 56, Grantor: David Smith, Grantee: Elisha D. Smith, Date: 08-Jan-1821
David Smith for $1 paid by Elisha D. Smith slaves Joe, Nutty, Rachel, Julina, Winston, Amanda, Harry, Stephen, Nelson otherwise called Ned and Eliza, my household furniture, stock, etc. in trust for me and after my death to son Elisha D. Smith and his sister Lavenia Smith and his 5 brothers - Oliver Smith, Christopher Smith, Abner Smith, Robert Smith and Alfred Smith. 10 Aug 1820. Rec. 8 Jan 1821.
Book: p, Page: 77, Grantor: William T. Allegra and Bazil M. Jones Justices, Grantee: Arthur Clayton, Date: 13-Dec-1813
William T. Allegra and Bazil M. Jones Justices of the peace of Fluvanna certify that Polley Watkins wife of John Watkins in deed to Arthur Clayton 13 Dec 1813 acknowledgment and relinquishment of dower.
Book: P, Page: 100, Grantor: Garret M. Quarles, Grantee: Nuckolls Johnson., Date:
Nuckolls Johnson 10 Jan. 1821 Garret M. Quarles to Nuckolls Johnson. Quarles by deed of trust 17 Feb. 1820 executed by Julius Sanders. Saunders indebted to A. Levy and Claiborn Walton ? of their debts which is $146.81. Default made and Quarles sold to Nuckolls Johnson 110 acres for $146.88. [examined and delvd. to William Ragland the owner of the land 12 Feb. 1833]
Book: P, Page: 101, Grantor: Nuckolds Johnson and Susanna his wife, Grantee: , Date: 10-Jan-1821
Nuckolds Johnson and Susanna his wife 1st, Garret M. Quarles 2nd, Claiborne Walton and Alex. Levy 3rd. To secure $77.70 to Claiborne Walton; $61.32 to A. Levy in trust tract on South Anna River and Fosters Creek adjoining lands of Joseph Bickley and others it being same land that was Julius Saunders and on which he lived supposed to containing 110 acres. In trust. Sig. Nuckolds Johnson. wit. B. W. Bramham, Nathaniel Perkins, Nichs. J. Poindexter, William F. Johnson, F. Perkins.
Book: P, Page: 120, Grantor: Francis Houchins and Mary, his wife, Grantee: Edward Houchins, Date: 16-Jun-1821
Francis Houchins and Mary, his wife, of Goochland to Edward Houchins of Louisa for £20 for 1/10 part undivided tract on North East Creek adjoining said Edward Houchins, Meriwether Smith, John Thomasson, William Talley, estate Edmund Eggleston, dec'd., containing 200 acres it being 1/2 of tract purchased by Francis Houchins, the elder, of Waddy Thompson and on which said Francis Houchins lived and died. Sig. Francis and Mary Houchins.
Book: P, Page: 124, Grantor: Philip Frederick 1st, John Ellis 2nd, James H. and, Grantee: James H. and William Ellis, Date: 01-Aug-1821
Philip Frederick 1st, John Ellis 2nd, James H. and William Ellis 3rd. Frederick owes James H. and William Ellis $415.90 due 1 Aug 1822. In trust tract with mill on both sides N. Anna River in Louisa & Orange Counties containing 83 3/4 acres adjoining Hickory Creek, James H. Ellis and estate of Thomas Ellis dec'd., canal below mill house, James H. Ellis Store, canal is 8 feet wide. Sig. Philip Frederick, John Ellis, J. H. and Wm. Ellis. wit. Howard B. Edwards.
Book: p, Page: 139, Grantor: John Hunter and Charles Thompson bound, Grantee: Thomas m. Randolph, governor, Date: 15-Aug-1821
John Hunter and Charles Thompson bound to Thomas m. Randolph, governor of Virginian, $2,000 John Hunter's bond as Clerk of Court to faithfully pay into Pubic Treasury all taxes as law provides.
Book: P, Page: 147, Grantor: John Gardner and Ann, Grantee: Thomas Gardner, Date: 02-Jul-1799
Spotsylvania Deed Book P, p-147;;28 March 799 Deed from John Gardner and Ann Gardner his wife to Thomas Gardner of Louisa for 130 pounds land in Spotsylvania County where john Gardner lives on river with Thomas Gardner’s land, to William Quesenburg to Thomas Gardner 100 acres. Proved 2 July 1799
Next Deed Page