Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book Q

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Book: Q, Page: 95, Grantor: Damon Harris and Sarah his wife, Grantee: William W. Harris, Date: 14-Jul-1823
Damon Harris and Sarah his wife of Louisa to William W. Harris of same; $120; for 39 acres adjoining John Goodwin. Wit. John Smith, Stephen Harris [x] Lucy Mallory [x].

Book: Q, Page: 96, Grantor: William W. Harris and Mary his wife, Grantee: Damon Harris, Date: 14-Jul-1823
William W. Harris and Mary his wife to Damon Harris $70 for 21 acres bounded on north by John Goodwin, west by Halls tract and John Smith, south by John Smith and east also being land willed William W. Harris by his grandfather John Wollums. Sig. William W. Harris [x] Mary Harris [x]. Wit John Smith, Stephen Harris [x], Lucy Mallory [x] Rec. 8 Dec 1823.

Book: Q, Page: 100, Grantor: William Ellis, Grantee: John Donnella, Date: 02-Jan-1824
Release 2 Jan 1824 William Ellis to John Donnella per deed of trust by said Donnella to William Ellis to save Leroy Chandler, William Thomson, Jr. and James H. Ellis securities for Donnella on bond given to Moses White executor of John White dec'd. 31 Dec 1821. Release of Negro in trust.

Book: Q, Page: 139, Grantor: Jos. Spotswood Bowles and Caroline G. his wife, Grantee: Archibald F. Thomas, Date: 25-Sep-1822
Jos. Spotswood Bowles and Caroline G. his wife to Archibald F. Thomas $220 for tract on South Anna River being sd. Bowles portion of tract owned by his father Austin Bowles containing 241/2 acres. Sig. Jos. Spotswood Bowles and Caroline G. Bowles. Wit. Charles Dabney, L. W. Perkins, Jesse H. Mallory.

Book: Q, Page: 145, Grantor: David Bullock and Catherine W. his wife, Grantee: James C. Dickenson, Date: 14-May-1818
David Bullock and Catherine W. his wife of Richmond to James C. Dickenson of Louisa for $2562.75 for tract on both sides Horsepen Swamp containing 2841/2 acres adj. Bakers, Goodwin, sd. Dickenson, David Bullock. Sig. David Bullock and Catherine W. Bullock.

Book: Q, Page: 156, Grantor: Tisdale, David, Grantee: Chiles, John Jr., Date: 09-Feb-1824
[no abstract]

Book: Q, Page: 166, Grantor: Joseph McAlister, Grantee: Francis Houchins, Date: 15-Jan-1824
Joseph McAlister of Campbell Co., Va. to Francis Houchins of Louisa for $40, McAlister's 1/10 part of undivided tract on North East Creek of which Francis Houchins, died seized containing 200 acres being same purchased by said Joseph McAlister from Davis Alvis and Lucy, his wife, late Lucy Houchins.

Book: Q, Page: 173, Grantor: Edmund Pendleton, Grantee: George Davis, Sr., Date: 06-Mar-1824
Deed Trust 6 Mar 1824 Edmund Pendleton of Louisa to George Davis, Sr. of same. Davis in order to secure 3 bonds to Nelson S. Hines which he is surety for his son Hartwell Davis. In trust horses, wagon, furniture, etc.

Book: Q, Page: 186, Grantor: Nelson Ware, Grantee: William Walton, Date: 12-Apr-1824
Nelson Ware to William Walton for $92.25 for tract adj. Walton and Dudley Ware, John Gunter, dec'd.. containing 41 acres.

Book: Q, Page: 187, Grantor: Rowland Gooch and Anna his wife, Grantee: Frances Tidale, Date: 12-Jan-1824
Rowland Gooch and Anna his wife of Louisa to Frances Tidale of same, $100 for tract in Louisa on Goldmine Creek. Adjoining Mary Gooch, Wm. Stone, containing 8 1/4 acres. wit. James H. Ellis, William Ellis, Leroy Chandler.

Book: Q, Page: 187, Grantor: Rowland Gooch and Anna his wife, Grantee: Frances Tisdale, Date: 12-Jan-1824
Rowland Gooch and Anna his wife to Frances Tisdale $100 and to her heirs tract on Gold Mine Creek adj. Mary Gooch, Wm. S. Stone containing 81/4 acres. Wit. James H. Ellis, William Ellis, Leroy Chandler. [margin note- examined and delvd. to Frances Tisdale by her bro. William Tandy Lipscomb]

Book: Q, Page: 196, Grantor: McGehee, John, Grantee: Unknown, Date: 25-Mar-1824
[no abstract]

Book: Q, Page: 200, Grantor: William C. Thomas, David Richardson and Lavinia hi, Grantee: John Foster Jr., Date: 01-Apr-1820
William C. Thomas, David Richardson and Lavinia his wife of Louisa to John Foster, Jr. of same county, $200 all their 2/5 interest in lands which Mrs. Theodosia Christmas is possessed during her natural life as her 1/2 dowry of lands belonging to the estate of Thomas Christmas dec'd. in Louisa on head waters of Taylors Creek. They will after the death of Theodosia Christmas they will warrant a good title to the aforesaid 2/5 interest. Sig. Wm. C. Thomas, David Richardson and Lavinia Richardson. Justices of Louisa certify for Lavinia Richardson relinquishment.

Book: Q, Page: 217, Grantor: John McGehee 1st, William Tyler 2nd, Oswell McGehe, Grantee: John McGehee, Date: 12-May-1824
Deed of trust 12 May 1824 John McGehee 1st, William Tyler 2nd, Oswell McGehee 3rd. John McGehee to secure payment of $128.88 in trust tract on Elk Creek an North Anna River cont. 256 acres where John McGehee now lives and which he purchased of Nathl. Thompson, Jr. to be pd. by 1 June next or upon request of Oswell McGehee to be sold at auction to first satisfy debt to Oswell and balance to John McGehee. Rec. 19 May 1824.

Book: Q, Page: 225, Grantor: Dickerson Atkins, Grantee: James H. and William Ellis, Date: 09-Jun-1824
Dickerson Atkins of Louisa to James H. and William Ellis all his right and interest in estate of Hezakiah Atkins dec'd. of Louisa which may be coming to me by my wife Margaret being one of the heirs of sd. H. Atkins excepting the widow dower for £120. 9 Jun 1824. Wit. Rich. Johnson, Hiriam G. Edwards. Rec. 17 Jun 1824.

Book: Q, Page: 226, Grantor: Dunn, Martin & Patsey, Grantee: Nancy “Free”, Date: 14-Jul-1824
Martin Dunn & Patsey Dunn (wife) to Nancy Free, daughter of Minnie Jackson of _____, $6.66 for 8 acres of land, adjoining Robert Dalton, James Wood, and Martin Dunn. Beginning on Dalton corner, N 86 deg. E, 46 poles corner of Woods line N 22 deg E, 54 1/4 poles to corner in Dunn's line, thence to beginning.

Book: Q, Page: 227, Grantor: Henry Pendleton and Mary, his wife, Grantee: Richard Sandidge, Date: 26-Oct-1822
Henry Pendleton and Mary, his wife, of Louisa to Richard Sandidge of same county; $266.50 for tract containing 100 acres being land formerly belonging to Thomas Knighting and by him made over to John Downing for benefit of Ludlow Bromham and others and by said Downing as trustee sold to John Thomasson, Jr. who conveyed same tract by deed to Henry Pendleton; lying on waters of North East Creek adjoining Meriwether Smith, William Talley, Francis Houchins' heirs, and Garland Anderson; with appurtenances. Sig. Henry Pendleton and Mary Pendleton. Wit. William Nelson, Jr., William J. Pendleton, J. W. Pendleton, and E. Pendleton.

Book: Q, Page: 234, Grantor: Elias Thomsason and Susannah his wife, Grantee: George Tisdale, Date: 12-Jul-1824
Elias Thomsason and Susannah his wife to George Tisdale all of Louisa $300, tract on Contrary Creek containing 125 acres adjoining Overton, Thos. Nuckols, Thos. Spencer, Ann Smith, David Lipscomb. wit. J. T. Cowherd. Sig. Elias and Susannah (X) Thomason.

Book: Q, Page: 257, Grantor: William F. Toler 1st, George Harris and Joseph W. , Grantee:  , Date: 11-Oct-1824
William F. Toler 1st, George Harris and Joseph W. Pendlton 2nd, Charles Thompson, Jr. and Charles Y. Kimbrough commissioners appointed by decree in Louisa Court for the sale of the estate of Meriwether Smith of the 3rd part, all of Louisa. William F. Toler indebted to said 3 parties $87.50 for the purchase of 100 acres of land purchased of Smith's estate the same land in trust.

Book: Q, Page: 257, Grantor: William F. Toler, Joseph C. Eggleston, John Cole, , Grantee: James Pleasant, Jr. Governor, Date: 09-Aug-1824
William F. Toler, Joseph C. Eggleston, John Cole, George Tyler bound to James Pleasant, Jr. Governor of Virginia for $2,000. Bond for William F. Toler to be constable in Louisa County.

Book: Q, Page: 269, Grantor: Dunn, Martin & Patsey, Grantee: Porter, James, Date: 13-Sep-1824
Martin Dunn & Patsey Dunn (wife) to James Porter for $14, 3 1/2 acres on headwaters of Hickory Creek, at stump thence D. N 9 2/3 poles, then N 57 deg W 34 1/11 poles, S 5 deg E 30 poles, E 28 poles to beginning.

Book: Q, Page: 276, Grantor: Arthur Clayton, Grantee: Joseph Nunn, Date: 09-Oct-1824
Arthur Clayton 1st, Alexander M. Clayton 2nd, to Joseph Nunn guardian of William Shiller Harris infant legatee of Jesse Harris, Dec'd. Arthur Clayton indebted to Nunn as guardian of William Harris under 21 years.

Book: Q, Page: 277, Grantor: Bibb, Thomas, Grantee: Webb, Caleb, Date: 01-Jan-1824
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Book: Q, Page: 278, Grantor: Charles Thompson, Jr. and Charles Y. Kimbrough, Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 11-Oct-1824
Charles Thompson, Jr. and Charles Y. Kimbrough commissioner appointed by decree of Louisa county Court 13 Oct 1823 for the sale of the estate of Merewether Smith, Dec'd. to William F. Toler. Public auction held 29 Dec 1823 where William F. Toler purchased 100 acres being part of land where Merewether Smith lived for $1.75/acre. these 100 acres being part of a larger tract of which Merewether Smith died seized adjoining Frederick Harris, old lines of the original tract, William F. Toler, Cyrus Harris, Thomas Davis, John Thomasson, new line separating the land from a part purchased by Anthony Waddy. Sig. Charles Thompson, Jr. and Charles Y. Kimbrough. Rec. 11 Oct 1824.

Book: Q, Page: 303, Grantor: Jesse H. Mallory, Grantee: Joel Thomas, Date: 10-Nov-1824
Know all men I Jesse H. Mallory of Louisa for $50. have sold to Joel Thomas of said County 1 bay mare,1 cold, 1 yoke oxen, 1 milch cow, 1 heifer, 8 sheep, 10 hogs, 2 prs cart wheels, one dish and book case, 3 tables, and 1 cupboard, earthernware, 1 loom, 4 beds and furniture, 8 chairs, 2 chest, 1 trunk,, 1 looking glass, 1 spinning wheel, 1 pr. hand irons, 1 pr. flat irons, kitchen furniture, crop of corn to be 40 barrels, all interest in my father's estate which I purchased of brother Charles Mallory. Also undivided interest in land in Louisa Adjoining James Parrish, Rich. Groom and others which I inherited from father Thomas Mallory dec'd. Sig. Jesse H. Mallory 10 Nov 1824

Book: Q, Page: 303, Grantor: Joel Thomas, Grantee:  , Date: 10-Nov-1824
I Joel Thomas of Louisa for $1.00 and love and natural affection I bear my grandchildren Thomas M. Mallory, Joseph H. Mallory, Geo. W. Mallory children of my daughter Margaret and Jesse H. Mallory convey to children who are now living and may be born (all personal property listed in deed above) purchased of their father Jesse H. Mallory 10 Nov 1824 Sig. Joel Thomas wit. Charles Dabney, Jr., Constance M. Thomas Rec. 13 Nov 1824

Book: Q, Page: 307, Grantor: David P. Cocke and Elizabeth his wife and Samuel C, Grantee: John Gunter, Date: 06-Dec-1824
DavidP. Cocke and Elizabeth his wife and Samuel C. Mitchell of Goochland Co., Va. to John Gunter of Louisa; $100 tract in Louisa adjoining Arthur Mann, William Mills, Mary Carpenter, Enos Gunter being same land conveyed to DavidP. Cocke by Zebriah Thacker and Amy Morgan by deed 16 Jul 1817 recorded Louisa. containing 97 1/2 acres. Sig. D.P. Cocke and Samuel C. Mitchell. Rec. 6 Dec 1821.

Book: Q, Page: 310, Grantor: Charles Hunter, William Perkins and Patsey his wif, Grantee: Jesse Hunter, Date: 13-Dec-1824
George Hunter, Jr. for himself and as atty in fact for Charles Hunter, Kenawha Co., Va. William Perkins and Patsey his wife, of Madison Co., Ky, $838.35 to Jesse Hunter of Louisa for 3 parcels on Roundabout Creek being land allotted George Hunter, Charles Hunter and William Perkins and wife in division of lands of Stephen Hunter, dec'd. knows as lots no 5 containing 52 acres and no. 7 cont 35 acres and no. 9 cont. 50 acres.

Book: Q, Page: 314, Grantor: Unknown, William And Wife, Grantee: Lasley, John B., Date: 05-May-1845
[no abstract]

Book: Q, Page: 331, Grantor: Nelson Lipscomb and Susan his wife and Oliver c. S, Grantee: William Nelson Jr., Date: 12-Nov-1824
Nelson Lipscomb and Susan his wife and Oliver c. Smith and Mary B. his wife of Louisa Co. To William Nelson, Jr. $457.63 for tract adjoining Nelson, Stephen Harris, Elbridge Gardner, John C. Goodwin 130 3/4a.

Book: Q, Page: 333, Grantor: Thomas Jackson and Nancy his wife, Grantee: Abner N. and William O. Harris, Date: 01-Feb-1825
Thomas Jackson and Nancy his wife of Caldwell Co., Kentucky to Abner N. Harris and William O. Harris of Louisa $500 for 70 acres being lot no. 5 drawn by Thomas Jackson in division of land of his father Charles Jackson, dec'd.

Book: Q, Page: 336, Grantor: William Hunter, Grantee: George Hunter, Date:  
William Hunter of Louisa to George Hunter of Louisa, $279.45 for 55 1/2 acres on waters of Roundabout Creek which came to William Hunter by division of lands of Stephen Hunter, dec'd. surveyed by Pleasant Hackett (plat)

Book: Q, Page: 347, Grantor: Waldrop, Samuel B. & wife, Grantee: Waldrop, John, Date: 10-Jan-1825
[no abstract]

Book: Q, Page: 347, Grantor: Samuel B. Waldrop and Sarah his wife, Grantee: John Waldrop, Date: 01-Jan-1825
Deed trust 1 Jan 1825 Samuel B. Waldrop and Sarah his wife of Louisa 1st, Frederick Harris 2nd, John Waldrop of Henrico 3rd, Samuel B. Waldrop indebted to John Waldrop $700. in trust 150 acres adjoining John C. Goodwin, Lewis Nuckolls, Edmund Nuckolls and others. DB p p 368 15 Sep 1821 Deed of trust William Johnson and Ann his wife of Louisa 1st, Edmound and Joseph Pendleton 2nd, to secure debt of $93.29 Johnson owes Henry Pendlton. In trust 50 acres land formerly belonging to William Mallory near property of John Thomasson, Fretwell Davis, Edmund Bullock and others being the same land deeded to Johnson by Solomon Harris and Elizabeth his wife 12 Sep 1821. Wit: John Sims, Jr., Nelson L. Hines, Ro. Barrett, Jr., Robert Thompson, Dabney M. Anderson, Henry S. Winston. Rec. 12 Aug 1822.

Book: Q, Page: 354, Grantor: David Lipscomb with James Minor to Garland Anderso, Grantee: Garland Anderson, Date: 09-Feb-1825
Deed of trust David Lipscomb with James Minor trustee to Garland Anderson satisfied in full 9 Feb 1825.

Book: Q, Page: 394, Grantor: Relinq., Grantee: John Pulliam, Date: 14-Mar-1825
Relinq. Of Barbara H. Johnson wife of Francis Johnson on conveyance of real estate to John Pulliam 18 Dec 1819. Rec. 14 Mar 1825

Book: Q, Page: 400, Grantor: David Hambleton and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: William V. M. Hambleton, Date: 09-Dec-1824
David Hambleton and Elizabeth his wife to William V. M. Hambleton for $70 a tract on N. Side of Henson Creek being part of tract where David and Elizabeth now live adjoining Harden Duke, Burnley, Thomas Swift containing 73 acres. Wit. David Richardson, Hardin Duke, Hardin L. Duke. Sig. D. Hambleton and Elizabeth (x) Hambleton.

Book: Q, Page: 407, Grantor: Abner N. and William O. Harris, Grantee: Robert Sharp, Date: 03-May-1825
Abner N. and William O. Harris of Louisa to Robert Sharp of same $60.71 for 8 1/2 acres on waters of Cub Creek adjoining west side of Indian Creek road, Sharpes Mill pond, Nelson Harris. Sig. Abner N. Harris and William O. Harris Rec. 9 May 1825.

Book: Q, Page: 409, Grantor: Spotswood Long 1st, Hiram G. Edwards 2nd, James H., Grantee:  , Date: 06-May-1825
Spotswood Long 1st, Hiram G. Edwards 2nd, James H. and William Ellis 3rd. Long indebted to Ellis $70.06 by bond 6 May 1825. In trust household furniture.

Book: Q, Page: 423, Grantor: Francis A. Houchins and Ann his wife, Grantee: John Waldrop, Date: 09-Jul-1825
Francis A. Houchins and Ann his wife of Louisa to John Waldrop of Henrico $6.25 on north side of main Road adjoining Susanna Eggleston, said Waldrop. containing 1 9/16 acres. Sig. Francis A. Houchins and Ann Houchins. Wit. David Richardson, William N. Waldrop. Rec. 11 Jul 1825.

Book: Q, Page: 423, Grantor: Francis A. Houchins and Ann, his wife, Grantee: John Waldrop, Date: 09-Jul-1825
Francis A. Houchins and Ann, his wife, of Louisa to John Waldrop of Henrico County for $6.25 for tract on north side Main road leading from Louisa Courthouse to Richmond adjoining Waldrop, Susanna Eggleston containing 1 9/16 acres wit. David Richardson, William N. Mallory.

Book: Q, Page: 431, Grantor: George Lumsden and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: Andrew B. Cooke, Date: 02-Aug-1825
George Lumsden and Elizabeth his wife of Louisa to Andrew B. Cooke of same $1, for 43 1/3 acres being lot No. 4 drawn by George Lumsden in the division of estate of Rev. William Cooke dec'd. Sig. George Lumsden. Rec. 2 Aug 1825.

Book: Q, Page: 450, Grantor: John Thomasson and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: William Y. Hiter, Date: 15-Jun-1825
John Thomasson and Elizabeth his wife of Louisa to William Y. Hiter of Louisa $397.25 on North East Creek being tract where said Thomasson now lives adjoining Dr. Goodwin, bank of creek, said Thomason, containing 54 3/4 acres. Sig. John Thomasson and Elizabeth T. Thomasson. Wit. John Nunn wit for Thomasson. Hugh Goodwin, William Waddy and Nathaniel Waddy, justices certify for Elizabeth T. Thomasson. REc. 12 Sep 1825.

Book: Q, Page: 453, Grantor: Reynolds, Joseph, Grantee: Dunn, Samuel, Date: 12-Sep-1825
Joseph Reynolds and Thomas Reynolds of the first part, Garret M. Quarles of the second part, and Samuel Dunn of the third part. Reynolds, for $1.00 to secure payment due to Samuel Dunn of $36.16

Book: Q, Page: 464, Grantor: Hughes, Robert, Grantee: Mills, Nathaniel, Date: 24-Oct-1825
Robert Hughes, Samuel Estes & Elizabeth Estes, Joseph Hall & Nancy Hall, Josiah Sims & Sally Sims, Rutha Hughes and ____ Hughes, heirs of Joshua Hughes, dec's, and Caroline Hughes, widow of Joshua of Montgomery Co., KY, for $500 to Nathaniel Mills, on North side of Richmond road devised to Joshua Hughes by will of William Hughes late of Louisa County; Beg. at corner to estate of Jo. Kennon; N2E; 406P; Corner to Robert Dalton & Miss. Poindexter; S77E; 15.5P; Corner to Poindexter & Samuel Hogg; S2.75W; 26P; Corner to Hogg and Anderson Painter; S4.5E; 26P; Pine on Painters; S1.5W; 197P; Corner to Painter; E; 128.5P; Corner to Painter; S3E; 16P; To John Wood; S14W; 176P; Corner to James Turner in Woods line, then up the road; 136P to Beg.

Book: Q, Page: 465, Grantor: William Mallory, Grantee: Roger Mallory, Date: 07-Oct-1825
William Mallory formerly of Petersburg now of Louisa to Roger Mallory of Petersburg for $1,075 for 437 acres being land Roger Mallory the older died possessed and which his daughter Frances Mallory recently died, possessed adjoining on the north the Pamunky River, on the South by Richard Robertson and James Robertson on the north by Overton and west by Daniel. Sig. Wm. Mallory . Rec. 14 Nov 1825.

Book: Q, Page: 474, Grantor: Ulegate, Paul & wife, Grantee: Wheeler, John H., Date: 15-Nov-1825
[no abstract]

Book: Q, Page: 474, Grantor: Ulegate, Paul, Grantee: Wheeler, John, Date: 15-Nov-1825
[no abstract]

Book: Q, Page: 485, Grantor: Sims, John Jr., Grantee: Dunn, Samuel, Date: 15-Nov-1825
John Sims of the first part to Samuel Dunn of the second part and Garret M. Quarles of the third part. Sims owes Dunn $307.56

Book: Q, Page: 490, Grantor: Nicholas Whitlock and Sarah his wife, Grantee: John Gunter, Date: 12-Nov-1825
Nicholas Whitlock and Sarah his wife to John Gunter $800; tract in Louisa containing 79 acres adjoining Mary Carpenter, Hugh Goodwin, William Trice, Dec'd., James Gillum and said Gunter being land Whitlock purchased of estate of Bath Warren Dec'd. and Warren bought of Geo. Thomasson except 12 acres he sold to Hugh Goodwin. Sig. Nicholas Whitlock (X) and Sarah Whitlock (X). Wit. Robert Cowherd. Nicholas Whitlock shall have free privileges of the burying yard and land will not be cultivated. Sig. John Gunter wit. Enos Gunter. Rec. 14 Nov 1825.

Book: Q, Page: 491, Grantor: David Bullock and Catharine W. his wife, Grantee: Anna R. Garland, Clara S. Garland, Amand, Date: 24-Aug-1825
David Bullock and Catharine W. his wife of the city of Richmond to Anna R. Garland, Clara S. Garland, Amanda Melvina Garland and Rebecca C. Garland of Louisa, for love and affection David Bullock has for his nieces. All of tract of land deeded David Bullock by Edmd. Randolph under decree of high Court of Chancery 12 Nov 1800 which lies west of a road called Michaels Road except 25 acres heretofore deeded to {blank} Bunch, containing by estimation 556 1/2 acres., being part of a tract of 800 acres conveyed by John Winston to John H. Norton rec. 11 Jun 1796 and by deed recorded 10 Nov 1800 conveyed by Edmond Randolph by virtue of a decree of chancery Court to David Bullock. Sig. David Bullock and Catharine W. Bullock. Rec. 17 Dec 1825.

Book: Q, Page: 499, Grantor: David Tyler and Mary, his wife, Grantee: Abner Houchins, Date: 02-Nov-1825
David Tyler and Mary, his wife, to Abner Houchins all of Louisa for $1 and 1 Negro girl named Mary and $100 for tract whereon said Tyler now lives adjoining Elijah Dickinson, George Dais, William Gibson containing 100 acres. Wit. Jno. W. Cowherd, Joseph C. Eggleston, Benja. Waddy, Jos. T. Gibson, William Baker.

Book: Q, Page: 500, Grantor: Whittle Flanaghan and Judith his wife and Reuben F, Grantee: Wm. Morris, Date: 06-Oct-1825
Whittle Flanaghan and Judith his wife and Reuben Flanaghan of Louisa to Wm. Morris 56 3/4 acres in Louisa on Hudson's Creek for $312, adjoining Hudson's Creek, grave yard, Morris line formerly Fielding's line. Wits John Downing, Justice, Ludw. Branham, Justice, and John Morris.

Book: Q, Page: 521, Grantor: James Underwood, Grantee:  , Date: 11-Jan-1826
James Underwood appoints John Hunter his lawful attorney 11 Jan 1826 and empowers him to say my estate after payment of my just debts is worth $10,000.

Book: Q, Page: 542, Grantor: Samuel Groom 1st, Wm. Ragland 2nd and Nathl. Perki, Grantee:  , Date: 06-Mar-1826
Deed of Trust 6 Mar 1826 Samuel Groom 1st, Wm. Ragland 2nd and Nathl. Perkins, Champman Seargeant 3rd, Groom indebted to Seargeant $100, In Trust Negroes. sig. Samuel (X) Groom.

Book: Q, Page: 545, Grantor: Anderson Trice and Martha his wife, Archibald T. G, Grantee: James Cole Dickenson, Date: 09-Mar-1826
Anderson Trice and Martha his wife, Archibald T. Goodwin and Candace his wife of Louisa to James Cole Dickenson of same. Trice and Goodwin in own right and as exors. of Joseph Sandidge, dec'd. for $10,513.80 for tract in Louisa on which Joseph Sandidge resided at the time of his death and by his will directed to be sold at which sale James C. Dickenson became purchaser at $13.20 per acre adjoining Henry Tyler in Pallison Boxley line, Boxley's old mill pond. Wit. Fred. H. Holladay, Elliot Dejarnette, J. S. Dickenson, Henry Tyler.

Book: Q, Page: 545, Grantor: Mills, Nathaniel, Grantee: Dunn, Martin, Date: 20-May-1826
Nathaniel Mills of Louisa Co. to Martin Dunn of same for $100 tract containing 29 1/4 acres on north side Richmond Road Beg. White Oak corner to Anderson Painter in Mills line; W; 20.5P; corner in Josiah Sanner line; N2E; 233P; pine corner to Robert Dalton in Mrs. Poindexter line; S77E; 15.5P; several chestnut oaks corner to Samuel Ogg; S2.75W; 26P; stake corner in Oggs and Anderson Painters; S4.5E; 26P; pine in Painters line; S1.5W; 179P;. Sig. Nathaniel Mills. Rec. 30 May 1826.

Book: Q, Page: 546, Grantor: James C. Dickenson and Mary his wife, Grantee: Elliot Dejarnette, Date: 09-Mar-1826
James C. Dickenson and Mary his wife to Elliot Dejarnette of Louisa. Dickenson indebted to Anderson Trice and Archibald T. Goodwin individually and as exors of Joseph Sandidge, dec'd. for $6024.62 to Dejarnette in trust tract containing 7961/2 acres being land purchased by J. C. Dickenson at sale of Joseph Sandidge, dec'd. wit. Fred. H. Holladay, Henry Tyler, J. S. Dickenson.

Book: Q, Page: 547, Grantor: James C. Dickenson and Mary his wife, Archibald T., Grantee: Anderson Trice Dickenson and Goodwin, Date:  
[blank] Mar 1826 James C. Dickenson and Mary his wife, Archibald T. Goodwin and Candace his wife of Louisa to Anderson Trice Dickenson and Goodwin in their own right and as exors of Joseph Sandidge, dec'd. for $2953.75 for 503 3/4 acres being tract called Picketts directed by will of Joseph Sandidge, dec'd. recorded in Louisa to be sold and was purchased by sd. Anderson Trice adj. Elk Creek, Reuben Reynolds, Mrs. Nuckolls, John Boxley, John C. Boxley and Armstrong. wit. Fred. H. Holladay, Elliot deJarnett, Henry Tyler. Sig. James C. Dickenson. A. T. Goodwin.

Book: Q, Page: 550, Grantor: William Johnson and wife, Grantee: William Johnson, Date: 21-Dec-1824
William Johnson and wife of Louisa 1st part, Edmund Pendlton and Joseph W. Pendlton ( trustees to a deed made by said William Johnson to secure monies due Henry Pendleton, Dec'd. recorded at Louisa) 2nd part, to satisfy said debt. Land was sold by Edmund and Joseph Pendleton, trustees and Kitty Childress of 3rd part, Kitty Childress was purchaser for $100 for 50 acres adjoining Joseph Steven, Hartwel Davis and others. wit: William Nelson, Jr. William Waddy, E. Pendlton. Rec. 21 Dec 1841.



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