Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book Q
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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.
Book: Q, Page: 569, Grantor: William Mills and Mary his wife, Grantee: William Walton, Date: 21-Apr-1826
William Mills and Mary his wife to William Walton for $1 for 2081/4 acres adjoining Lawrence in Street survey, south side courthouse road, Dickinson, old road and Willis Johnson.
Book: Q, Page: 571, Grantor: William Mills and Mary, Grantee: William Walton, Date: 01-Apr-1826
William Mills and Mary of Louisa to William Walton for $1 for 138 3/4 acres adjoining Gunter, Harris formerly Harts, and Willis Johnson.
Book: Q, Page: 577, Grantor: Whittle Flanaghan, Grantee: Susanna Flanaghan, Ann H. Flanaghan and Elizabeth , Date: 02-Sep-1823
Whittle Flanaghan of Louisa for natural love I bear Susanna Flanaghan, Ann H. Flanaghan and Elizabeth Flanaghan and Elizabeth Flanaghan of Louisa the tract I now reside in Louisa containing 100 acres adjoining Stephen Flanaghan, John D. Fielding, Eppa Fielding, William Morris, Reuben Flanaghan and also all personal estate. 2 Sep 1823.
Book: Q, Page: 583, Grantor: John McGehee, Grantee: Colin Johnson, Date: 24-Apr-1826
Deed of trust 24 Apr 1826 John McGehee indebted to Colin Johnson, $65.; Carr Fleming, $22.47; John M. Price, $13; William Dabney, $10.48; Oswell McGehee, $7.75; and John W. Hillman, $11.50; in trust 2 Negroes bed and furniture, household goods.
Book: Q, Page: 600, Grantor: Ellis and Susanna his wife, Grantee: John Hunter, Date:
Ellis and Susanna his wife to John Hunter $1,000 Both sides of Main road Louisa land where Ellis now resides cont. 255 acres bounded as described by deed Benjamin Willis to Daniel Ellis 17 Jul 1816 except land sold by Ellis to John Chiles by deed Jun 1823 containing 32 acres .
Book: Q, Page: 606, Grantor: John Snelson Smith, Grantee: , Date: 05-Dec-1825
John Snelson Smith of Lo. Co. First, Robert Barrett 2nd; Robert Barrett indebted to Smith. In trust tract Barret lives on.
Book: Q, Page: 625, Grantor: Susanna Smith and Robert Smith and Barbara Smith h, Grantee: Thomas T. Davis, Date: 06-Jul-1826
Susanna Smith and Robert Smith and Barbara Smith his wife of Louisa Co. To Thomas T. Davis tract both sides road leading from Marshalls Old Store to Pottisville cont. 131 1/4 acres it being part of tract of 224 /4 acres purchased by Susanna Smith and Barbara Smith at sale of lands of Samuel McGehee; 40 acres Susanna and Barbara sold to Coleman Trainham but never conveyed. 83 1/4 acres allotted to Barbara in division between herself and Susanna.
Book: Q, Page: 645, Grantor: Roger Mallory and Elizabeth C. Mallory his wife, Grantee: William P. Southerland, Date: 19-Jul-1826
Roger Mallory and Elizabeth C. Mallory his wife of Petersburg, Va. to William P. Southerland of Orange Co., VA. $641.03 land in Louisa Co. on south side of North Anna River adjoining Mallory's ford, Daniel's line, James Robertsons, Mallory's Road, Richard Robertsons containing 280 acres being tract Robert Mallory the elder resided during his life. Sig. Robert Mallory, Elizabeth C. Mallory. Justice of City of Petersburg certifies for signatures.
Book: Q, Page: 649, Grantor: Nancy T. Bowles, Albert G. Bowles with his guardia, Grantee: Archibald F. Thomas, Date: 25-Sep-1822
Nancy T. Bowles, Albert G. Bowles with his guardian Jos. Isbell to Archibald F. Thomas $342 for tract adjoining John Walton containing 19 acres being their portion of land owned by their father Austin Bowles dec'd. Sig. Nancy t. Bowles, Albert G. Bowles, Joseph Isbell. Wit. Charles Dabney, Jr., L. W. Perkins, Jesse H. Mallory.
Book: Q, Page: 652, Grantor: Robert Smith and Barbara his wife, Thomas T. Davis, Grantee: John Gunnell, Date: 14-Oct-1820
Robert Smith and Barbara his wife, Thomas T. Davis and Matilda Davis his wife, Susanna Smith to John Gunnell for $1 tract main road from Marshalls old store to Pottisville adjoining George Harris formerly John Gunnell the elder being lot John Gunnell now lives.
Book: Q, Page: 658, Grantor: Wade Mills, Grantee: William Seay, Date: 18-Oct-1826
Wade Mills indebted to William Seay $50 with John Hunter trustee. In trust Negro boy James. Sig. Wade Mills. wit. David M. Hunter.
Book: Q, Page: 659, Grantor: Robert Smith, Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 06-Oct-1826
Robert Smith to William F. Toler . All Robert Smith's interest in the personal estate of his father, David Smith, except Negroes which have been sold to Edmund Pendleton; for the special purpose of paying my portion of debts due from my father at his death. Wit. Charles Thompson, Jr. Thomas T. Davis, Nelson L. Hines.
Book: Q, Page: 659, Grantor: Robert Smith, Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 06-Oct-1826
Robert Smith to William F. Toler all his right and interest in personal estate of his father David Smith except Negroes who were sold to Edmund Pendleton for purpose of paying my proportion of debts may be due from said father at the time of his death.
Book: Q, Page: 660, Grantor: David Smith, Grantee: Elisha D. Smith, Date: 06-Oct-1826
David Smith of Louisa Co. Did by deed 10 Aug 1820 convey to Elisha D. Smith property in trust for my dau. Lavinia. My daughter Lavinia Smith has departed this life without issue with me as heir therefore for $1 pd. By my six sons, Elisha D. smith, Oliver Smith, Christopher Smith; Abner Smith; Robert Smith and Alfred Smith all property my dau. Lavinia would have been entitled to by virtue of the deed 10 Aug 1820. Wit. Charles Thompson, Jr., William Jackson, Sr. rec. 9 Oct 1826.
Book: R, Page: 5, Grantor: Charles Thompson, Jr. and Charles Y. Kimbrough, Grantee: Anthony Waddy, Date: 14-Nov-1826
____1824 Charles Thompson, Jr. and Charles Y. Kimbrough commissioners appointed for sale of estate of Meriwether Smith, Dec'd. to Anthony Waddy all of Louisa. Public auction 29 Dec 1823, 335 1/2 acres part of land of Merewether Smith, Dec'd and where he resided at $3.50/ acre for $1,186.67 on North East Creek, including buildings and improvements adjoining Francis Houchins crossing two branches of N. E. Creek, Richard Sandidge, Frederick Harris, John Thomasson. Rec. 14 Nov 1826.
Book: R, Page: 7, Grantor: Anthony Waddy 1st, George Harris and Nathaniel Tho, Grantee: , Date:
Deed Trust on land in DB R p 5. Anthony Waddy 1st, George Harris and Nathaniel Thompson, Jr.2nd, and Charles Thompson and Charles Y. Kimbrough, 3rd. with Benjamin and Elizabeth Waddy as securities. ( Released DB 1850 p 177) wit. C. C. Jennings, a. Waddy, Jr., E. N. Sandidge.
Book: R, Page: 70, Grantor: Merewether Woodson Smith 1st, Joseph W. Pendlton 2, Grantee: Duncan M. Quarles and others, Date: 12-Mar-1827
DT 12 Mar 1827 Merewether Woodson Smith 1st, Joseph W. Pendlton 2nd, William F. Toler 3rd, all of Louisa. toler is security for Smith on a bond to Duncan M. Quarles and others for $60. In trust on grey horse, one sorrel horse and all his right and interest in the estate of George McGehee and Samuel Nuckolls, Dec;d. which he derived by his intermarriage with Ann S. McGehee, daughter of George McGehee, Dec'd. Wit. Robert Cowherd, Sig. Merewether W. Smith.
Book: R, Page: 94, Grantor: Tisdale, David, Grantee: Graves, John, Date: 10-Nov-1826
Book: R, Page: 94, Grantor: David Tisdale and Maria his wife and James Porter , Grantee: John Graves, Date: 10-Nov-1826
David Tisdale and Maria his wife and James Porter and Lydia his wife to John Graves all of Louisa $390 tract in Louisa 192 acres adjoining Doctor's Road, John Graves, estate of Lawrence Young dec'de., Richard McGehee.
Book: R, Page: 98, Grantor: Richard Eggleston, Grantee: Oswell McGehee, Date:
Deed of Trust Richard Eggleston of Louisa, for $150, Oswell McGehee trustee. 2 Negroes in trust whereas Richard Eggleston has borrowed of Wm. Mills, Jr. $150 on bond.
Book: R, Page: 103, Grantor: Uriah Higgason and Temperance his wife, Grantee: Hezekiah Sims, Date: 23-Mar-1827
Uriah Higgason and Temperance his wife to Hezekiah Sims of Louisa $600. adjoining Archibald Thomson, Dec'd., John B. Shelton, Richard Hollins, George Higgason, William Nuckolls and Old Mountain Road, being Uriah Higgason's portion of original tract owned by his father, Benjamin Higgason, Dec'd. containing 87 acres. Charles Dabney, Jr. and Thomas Gardner, Justices certify.
Book: R, Page: 105, Grantor: Jane Higgason, Grantee: Hezehiah Sims, Date: 23-Mar-1827
Jane Higgason, widow of Benjamin Higgason, Dec'd., also guardian for George Higgason, infant child of said Benjamin, Richard Hollins and Susan his wife, Andrew M. Johnston and Elizabeth his wife to Hezehiah Sims $1.00 all right, title and interest in land on Old Mountain Road in Louisa adjoining Lancelot Minor and others being tract owned by Benjamin Higgason which was sold by George Clough to said H Sims for which Clough never had a deed. 5 acres. Wit: Charles Dabney, Jr., Uriah Higgason, Thomas Gardner.
Book: R, Page: 115, Grantor: John Gunter, Grantee: , Date: 11-May-1827
John Gunter commissioner appointed by the court decree to sell lands Charles Gunter dec'd. died seized of to William C. Nelson all of Louisa $150. 1 tract containing 65 7/8 acres being land conveyed by Dudley Ware and Elizabeth his wife to Charles Gunter on Contrary Creek 14 Sep 1818 adjoining Elizabeth Ware, James Nelson, Dudley Ware, Bear Spring branch, James Nelson (legal description) Sig. John Gunter. Rec. May 11, 1827
Book: R, Page: 116, Grantor: William C. Nelson, Grantee: , Date: 11-May-1827
DT 11 May 1827 William C. Nelson of Louisa 1st., David Lipscomb 2nd. and John Gunter commissioner appointed by court to make sale of lands Charles Gunter died seized 3rd part. William C. Nelson indebted to John Gunter $100 by 2 bonds. In Trust land on Contrary Creek containing 82 7/8 acres. Sig. William C. Nelson . Wit. David M. Hunter. Rec. 11 May 1827.
Book: R, Page: 121, Grantor: Elijah May and Richard Humphrey, Grantee: James Stodgel, Date: 08-Nov-1826
Elijah May and Richard Humphrey to James Stodgel 100 acres in Louisa and Fluvanna Counties on both sides 3 Notched road, Columbia Road being tract May purchased of Thomas Harris, dec'd. where James Stodgel now lives adjoining Thomas Diggs, Chapman Humphrey for $664. Sig. E. May and Richd. Humphrey.
Book: R, Page: 129, Grantor: Philip and Matilda his wife to Oliver Cross and Pa, Grantee: Oliver Cross and Patrick Michie 2nd., Date: 26-May-1827
deed of trust 26 May 1827 Philip and Matilda his wife to Oliver Cross and Patrick Michie 2nd. and William Morris 3rd.. Smith owes William Morris $800 in trust tract where Smith resides. wit Wm Allet?, Richard G. White, James Williams.
Book: R, Page: 204, Grantor: David Bullock and Catharine his wife, Grantee: Rebecca Bullock and Ann Bullock, Date: 28-Sep-1827
David Bullock and Catharine his wife of City of Richmond to Rebecca Bullock and Ann Bullock of Louisa for $1 and love and affection a tract on which Rebecca and Ann now reside on south fork of Little River containing (blank) acres including land bequeathed to David Bullock by his father John Bullock and what he purchased of the Popes tract. Sig. David Bullock, Catharine M. Bullock. Memo: It was agreed between Frederick Harris in right of his wife and David Bullock that the South Fork of Little River as it now runs be considered boundary tracts between land conveyed and tract owned by Frederick Harris 28 Sep 1827.
Book: R, Page: 267, Grantor: Archibald F. Thomas, Grantee: William Overton, Date: 01-Jan-1828
Archibald F. Thomas to William Overton trustee and Daniel M. Witherspoon and his atty-in-fact Lucian Minor deed of trust $688 for tract Witherspoon sold to Thomas.
Book: R, Page: 270, Grantor: Reuben Massey and Mary his wife, Grantee: Benjamin Massey, Date: 07-Dec-1807
Deed 7 Dec 1807 Reuben Massey and Mary, his wife, to Benjamin Massey, our son, for natural and affection; 2 parcels of land in Spots. #1 containing 4 3/4 acres adjoining Mrs. Andrews, the court house Road, John Spindle, Mrs. Lansly. #2 containing 38 3/4 acres adjoining above property and north side of the road, John Spindle, Austin J. Luck, old Mine Road, with improvements. Sig. Reuben Massey. No witnesses. Rec. 7 Dec 1807.
Book: R, Page: 271, Grantor: Reuben Massey and Mary his wife, Grantee: John Spindle, Date: 07-Dec-1807
Deed 7 Dec 1807 Reuben Massey and Mary, his wife, to John Spindle for love and affection to their son in law, John Spindle; 22 1/2 acres on road leading from Mrs. Andrews to the court house, Mrs. Lansby's line, Benjamin Massey and Austin J. Luck.
Book: R, Page: 277, Grantor: Absalom Kennon, Grantee: John D. Watkins, Date: 04-Jan-1827
Absalom Kennon of Lawrence County, Alabama appoint John D. Watkins of Louisa my lawful attorney in and about the estate of Joseph Kennon, dec'd. in Louisa County. Rec. Jan 14, 1828.
Book: R, Page: 282, Grantor: Edward Houchins, Grantee: Kitty Childress, Date: 11-Feb-1828
_____ 1827 Edward Houchins of Mercer County, Kentucky to Kitty Childress of Louisa $175. on Dirty Swamp a branch of South Anna containing 28 acres adjoining John Thomasson, north side of main Road from Louisa CH to Richmond, Trinity Church Road, Robert Thompson's, Alice Davis, widow and relict of Hartwell Davis, Dec'd. Sold by Abner Houchins son of said Edward Houchins as his atty in fact. Rec. 11 Feb 1828.
Book: R, Page: 286, Grantor: Harris, Thomas, Grantee: Dunn, Samuel, Date: 24-Aug-1825
Thomas Harris of Richmond to Samuel Dunn of the same city, for $250, 24 acres in the county of Henrico, adjoining Macon Ford, Austin Gentry, and Thomas C. Lipscomb which was conveyed by his father (William Gentry) deceased to his son Thomas Gentry and to which was sold by said Thomas Gentry to Thomas Harris by deed recorded Henrico County 18 March 1824. Also property real and personal by deed 1 July 1824 recorded in Henrico and all right and title said Gentry may have inherited by will of his dec'd. father William Gentry of Henrico which consist of tract on Greenbrier County, VA, 7 acres with brick house thereon in Henrico, also his interest in tract in Louisa County and certain slaves and other property real and personal which William Gentry died seized. Sig. Thomas Harris. Recorded Henrico 7 March 1826, Recorded Greenbrier Co. 25 Jan. 1828, Recorded Louisa County 18 Feb. 1828
Book: R, Page: 323, Grantor: John Foster Junior, Elisha Jackson 2nd and David R, Grantee: Richardson, Date: 26-Apr-1828
John Foster Junior, Elisha Jackson 2nd and David Richardson 3rd. all of Louisa. John Foster, Jr. is indebted to Richardson $132 due Dec 1822. In trust tract in Louisa on headwaters Taylor's Creek where John Foster, Jr. resides containing 60 acres adjoining Robert Y. Isbell, William Waldrope and others. Margin note see Deed Book 1840 page 304 for release.
Book: R, Page: 337, Grantor: Robert T. White and Mary T. his wife, Albert G. Bo, Grantee: Archibald F. Thomas, Date: 14-Sep-1826
Robert T. White & Mary T. his wife, Albert G. Bowles to Archibald F. Thomas $30.09 to White and $30 to Bowles all interest in tract on South Anna River adjoining Thomas Goodwin, John Walton containing 521/2 acres. White's interest being 1/4 and Bowles interest being 1/4 of tract at death of Mrs. Martha Bowles who holds as dower of Augustine Bowles, dec'd. late of Hanover Co. . Wit. Garland Anderson, William Jackson, William F. Toler.
Book: R, Page: 382, Grantor: Elijah May and Sarah A. his wife, Grantee: James Stodgel, Date: 19-May-1828
Elijah May and Sarah A. his wife of Augusta County, Virginia, to James Stodgel of Louisa. Sarah A. was inadvertently left off the above deed and a further deed now made to clear title.
Book: R, Page: 400, Grantor: Daniel M. Witherspoon, Grantee: Archibald F. Thomas, Date:
Daniel M. Witherspoon of Philadelphia late of Kentucky by his atty-in-fact Lucian Minor to Archibald F. Thomas of Louisa tract adjoining Joel Thomas, William and Robert Hollins, Stephen Lacy, Charles Dabney, Jr. and Thomas Shelton, Parrishes road, Bradshaw's road, John Alhizer containing 185 acres being tract called McCallas derived to me from my grandfather Daniel McCallas.
Book: R, Page: 446, Grantor: Patsey Bowles, Grantee: Archibald F. Thomas, Date: 01-Sep-1828
Patsey Bowles of Hanover Co. to Archibald F. Thomas of Louisa whereas Austin Bowles, dec'd. late husband of sd. Patsey Bowles had tract of 53 acres in Louisa allotted Patsy as her dower for $106 tract on which Thomas now resides. Justices of Hanover certify for Patsy.
Book: R, Page: 448, Grantor: Ann Smith, Grantee: Abner Houchins, Date: 13-Oct-1828
I Ann Smith of Louisa for natural love and affection for Abner Houchins Negroes Judy and her 3 children - Peter, Winter, and Spencer - and Robert which Abner has had in his possession 6 or 7 years. wit. John F. Morrison, George Davis.
Book: R, Page: 468, Grantor: Anthony Waddy and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: James Foster, Date: 01-Dec-1828
Anthony Waddy and Elizabeth his wife to James Foster all of Louisa $393.37 1/2 for 131 acres surveyed by David Richardson adjoining Richard Sandidge, William Talley and Joseph C. Eggleston's estate, Parson' Barrett, Frederick Harris. Being land purchased by Anthony Waddy at sale of estate of Merewether Smith, Dec'd. Wit: E. Pendleton, Charles Barrett, Jr., Nathl. Thompson, Jr., Charles Thompson, Jr. Rec. 9 Dec 1828.
Book: R, Page: 476, Grantor: David Gillaspy and Margaret, his wife, Grantee: Nicholas Poindexter, Date: 24-Sep-1828
David Gillaspy and Margaret, his wife, of Louisa to Nicholas Poindexter, $100 for land on Foster's Creek adjoining Thomas Poindexter, William Ragland and others containing 118 3/4 acres being land where Gillaspy formerly resided and purchased of Pleasant and Ciscley Bell. Sig. David Gillaspy (x) and Margaret Gillaspy (x). Justices John Downing and Pleasant Hackett of Louisa certify for Margaret 24 Sep 1828. Rec. 22 Dec 1828
Book: R, Page: 481, Grantor: William Childress and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 05-Jan-1829
William Childress and Elizabeth his wife of Louisa to William F. Toler for $1.00 23 1/4 acres on the headwaters of Little River Adjoining Abram Davis, Thomas Harris and others which is balance of the 63 1/4 acres whereon said Childress now resides including 3 3/8 acres lately purchased of Rebecca Trainham or otherwise of Thomas Harris after having taken off 35 acres for the purpose of paying off a trust due Dr. Joseph W. Pendleton and 8 3/8 acres lately sold by Childress and wife to Thomas Harris. Sig. William Childress (x) Rec. 9 Jan 1839.
Book: R, Page: 498, Grantor: Oliver Cross and Patrick Michie 1st, Philip Smith , Grantee: , Date: 29-Dec-1828
Deed of release 29 Dec 1828 Oliver Cross and Patrick Michie 1st, Philip Smith and Matilda 2nd and William Morris 3rd all of Louisa. Smith having paid Morris this is a deed of release of the deeds of trust.
Book: R, Page: 514, Grantor: John Cole 1st, Frederick Harris 2nd, William F. To, Grantee: Toler, Date: 16-Jan-1829
John Cole 1st, Frederick Harris 2nd, William F. Toler 3rd, all of Louisa. Cole indebted to Toler $176.14 cents. In trust on headwaters of Little River 278 acres adjoining George Tyler, Richard Sandidge, Newel Baker and others being land where Cole now lives. Sig. John Cole. Wit. Susan P. Nelson, Betsy Cosby, Sarah E. Harris. Rec. 9 Feb 1829.
Book: S, Page: 0, Grantor: William Sizer, Grantee: , Date:
Whereas William Sizer of the County of Louisa is desirous of having his land lying in the said County adjoining the lands of David Tinder, Ben Jenkins, Timberlake of the other side bounded by Contrary Creek containing 70 acres explored and examined to ascertain whether there are any mines, metals or metallic substances in or upon the same and We John Cole and others being willing to explore and examine the same. Now be it known that I William Sizer agree with John Cole and others and promise that they will in person or by agent explore and examine the land so far as may be necessary at their own expense and John Cole and others for $5.00 one moiety of all mines, metals and metallic substances in or upon the land with a right to enter upon to explore or work and all other rights necessary to effectuate the exploration of land or working any mines or otherwise collecting or extracting any metals or metallic substance therefrom. It is also agreed that in the event that Coles and others elect to work said mines or to collect or extract metals they shall have use of the stone and wood and water power so far as may be necessary. If metal is extracted all expenses Cole has incurred shall first be deducted from the gross amount and the residue be divided into two equal parts. It is understood that if the working of the mines is unprofitable and any loss shall fall exclusively to Cole and others. It is agreed that Sizer will not contract with any other party for such exploration or mining. Also agrees to make any other conveyances necessary to carry out this operation as circumstances demand.
Book: S, Page: 29, Grantor: Elliot Dejarnette, Anderson Trice and Archibald T., Grantee: James C. Dickenson, Date: 06-May-1827
Deed of release 6 May 1827 Elliot Dejarnette, Anderson Trice and Archibald T. Goodwin to James C. Dickenson. Trust owed by Dickenson is now paid.
Book: S, Page: 38, Grantor: William Ellis, Grantee: Arthur Clayton. Clayton by 9 Oct, Date: 10-Jun-1829
William Ellis of Louisa to Arthur Clayton. Clayton by deed 9 Oct 1824 sold to Alexander M. Clayton a tract in Louisa adjoining David Thomson, William, White being tract where William Harwood formerly lived containing 225 acres in trust to secure to John Nunn guardian for William Spiller Harris. Deed of release. William Ellis trustee.
Book: S, Page: 43, Grantor: William Appleba, Grantee: John Foster Senior, Date: 16-May-1829
William Appleba of Louisa to John Foster Senior of same. Foster agrees with Appleba to provide him with a home and Appleba grants to Foster 26 acres in Louisa adj. Miss Dorothy Isbell, Joseph L. Bowles, Robert F. White, it being same tract Appleba purchased of Dudley Diggs also cows, furniture. Sig. Wm. Appleba. wit. Charles Dabney and David Richardson Justices . Rec. 8 Jun 1829.
Book: S, Page: 50, Grantor: John Ailstock, Grantee: Francis A. Houchins and William N. Waldr, Date: 20-Jun-1829
John Ailstock of Louisa to Francis A. Houchins and William N. Waldrope. Ailstock indebted to Edmund Bullock $64. In trust stock, tobacco crop.
Book: S, Page: 55, Grantor: Samuel Groom 1st, William Ragland and Pleasant Hac, Grantee: Perkins and Watson, Date:
Samuel Groom 1st, William Ragland and Pleasant Hackett 2nd, Perkins and Watson 3rd. Samuel Groom indebted to Perkins and Watson $286.43 in trust negroes, sorrel mare, furniture, tools.
Book: S, Page: 97, Grantor: Samuel Harris executor, Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 24-Mar-1829
Samuel Harris executor of Nathan Harris, Dec'd. of Louisa to William F. Toler of said county, $997.81 1/2 for 331 3/4 acres. One quarter acres being reserved where the grave yard is being land formerly belonging to Nathan Harris, Dec'd. adjoining James C. Dickinson, Lewis Johnson, road from Louisa Court House, Joseph Grady, William Talley, Micager Ogg. Wit. O. Winston, Robert H. Fox. Rec. 14 Sep 1829.
Book: S, Page: 106, Grantor: Lewis Johnson and Barbara his wife, Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 21-Jul-1829
Lewis Johnson and Barbara his wife to William F. Toler $49.81; 7 acres adjoining James C. Dickinson, toler, the Creek, Road, said Johnson. with appurtenances. Johnson has right to use a spring north of road if necessary. Wit. Sauel O. Nelson, John Sims (x) Rec. 21 Aug 1829.
Book: S, Page: 123, Grantor: Elizabeth Clements, Grantee: Joseph W. Pendleton, Date:
A. Houchins, Atty in fact for Elizabeth Clements of Kentucky to Joseph W. Pendleton of Louisa $80. for tract of land in Louisa left by Francis Houchins, Sr., father of said Elizabeth Clements, adjoining John Thomasson, Anthony Waddy and others.. 24 Oct 1829 received of Francis Houchins $74. for my mother's interest in a tract of land left by my grandfather Francis Houchins, Sr. in Louisa which was sold to Joseph W. Pendleton. Sig. Francis C. Clements atty in fact for Elizabeth Clements. Rec. 24 Oct 1829.
Book: S, Page: 123, Grantor: Francis A. Houchins, Elizabeth Clements, Grantee: Joseph W. Pendleton, Date: 24-Sep-1829
Francis A. Houchins attorney in fact for Elizabeth Clements of Kentucky to Joseph W. Pendleton of Louisa for $80 for the interest of Elizabeth Clements in tract left by Francis Houchins, Sr., father of said Elizabeth Clements, at his death adjoining Jno. Thomasson, Anthony Waddy and others in Louisa. Sig. Francis A. Houchins for Elizabeth Clements.
Book: S, Page: 125, Grantor: John Foster Sr., Grantee: Joseph L. Bowles, Date: 09-Oct-1829
John Foster Sr. of Louisa to Joseph L. Bowles of same $1 for tract in Louisa containing 26 acres adjoining Dorthea Isbell and said Bowles it being tract Wm. Appleba conveyed to Foster. Sig. John Foster.
Book: S, Page: 133, Grantor: Francis A. Houchins, Grantee: , Date: 09-Nov-1829
I Francis A. Houchins of Louisa County being about to move to the western country appoint William F. Toler my lawful attorney to transact all business I may have left in Virginia. Rec. Louisa 9 Nov 1829 and this was the date he swore it was his act.
Book: S, Page: 133, Grantor: Francis A. Houchins, Grantee: , Date: 09-Nov-1829
Francis A. Houchins of Louisa being about to make for the western country appoints William F. Toler his attorney in fact for all unsettled business in Virginia. Sig. Francis A. Houchins. Rec. 9 Nov 1829.
Book: S, Page: 134, Grantor: John Vest, Sr., Grantee: Richard McGehee, Date:
___ Nov 1821 John Vest, Sr. of Louisa to Richard McGehee of same for $1,683.36 for two tracts in Louisa containing together 336 acres, 1st tract contains 324 acres and 2nd tract contains 12 acres adjoining each other, 1st. adjoins North side road, Arnetts, west side Fleeman Rd., north side of road leading from Louisa Courthouse to Fredericksburg, Gold Mine Creek, Lipscomb line; 2nd tract adj. Arnet. Sig. John Vest, Sr. wit. Pleasant Hackett, Jno. D. Perkins, John Perry, Rec. 9 Nov 1829.
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