Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book V
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Book: V, Page: 8, Grantor: William Dalton, David Dalton, Lucy Dalton, James D, Grantee: Richard Kennon, Date: 18-Oct-1834
William Dalton, David Dalton, Lucy Dalton, James Dalton, Polly Shepherd and Robert Thacker of Louisa to Richard Kennon $20 for tract on Gibby's Creek 13 1/3 acres adjoining Kennon, Col. Oliver Cross. Rec. 10 Nov 1834.
Book: V, Page: 11, Grantor: William O. Morris, Grantee: Wade Mills, Date: 15-Sep-1835
William O. Morris to Wade Mills $100 for tract on the North side of Old Mountain Road and both sides of Reedy Creek containing 342 acres. wit. Pleasant Hackett, Jesse Glass, John Diggs.
Book: V, Page: 50, Grantor: James Poindexter, Grantee: James Moss, Date: 10-Oct-1835
James Poindexter special commissioner for benefit of heirs of James Drake, dec'd. for $708 paid by James Moss by survey made 26 Apr 1806 containing 236 acres adjoining John Lea on Lickinghole branch, the county line and Shells old field.
Book: V, Page: 64, Grantor: Kennon, Richard, Grantee: Neff, Leonard, Date: 01-Dec-1835
DB V, pg 64 Dec 1835, and Leonard Neff, both of Louisa $428 land in Louisa on road leading from Louisa courthouse to Charlottesville containing 46 1/4 acres being the same land which Robert Dalton, a commissioner appointed to sell the land which Joseph Kennon father to the said Richard died... Conveyed to Richard Kennon by deed, February the 29th 1832. Also in his own interest, and the interest of his brother, John Kennon in the land which was allotted to their mother. [Francis Kennon] as dower in the lands of Joseph Kennon, deceased.
Book: V, Page: 77, Grantor: Mary C. Smith, Grantee: Edwin L. Smith and James D. Smith 2nd an, Date: 21-Dec-1835
Mary C. Smith to Edwin L. Smith and James D. Smith 2nd and Nathan W. Smith 3rd. In consideration of what Nathan covenants to do, Mary C. Smith transfers to said Nathan all her title and right in 6 Negroes being those which she holds as dower of the slaves of her deceased husband Jeoreagin Smith, also kitchen furniture plantation, stock all personal property, etc. Edwin L. Smith and James D. Smith relinquish their interest in said property being an estate interest in remainder after Mary C.'s life estate; $200 paid by Nathan W. Nathan W. to support Mary C. during her natural life in his proper dwelling house unless she shall consent to liver elsewhere. Sig. Mary C. Smith, E. L. Smith, Jos. D. Smith and Nathan W. Smith. Rec. 1 Jan 1836.
Book: V, Page: 102, Grantor: John B. Perkins and Lucy his wife, Grantee: Jesse Mallory, Date: 09-Jan-1836
John B. Perkins and Lucy his wife of Fluvanna to Jesse Mallory of Louisa for $812. land in Louisa on South side of old Mountain Rd. containing 206 acres. adjoining Horatio G. Winston, Andrew G. Melton, Henry L. Winston being land Perkins bought from estate of Henry Mallory known as Adams. Rec. 14 Mar 1836.
Book: V, Page: 105, Grantor: Thomas Wash leases, Grantee: Philip Smith, Date: 11-Mar-1836
Thomas Wash leases to Philip Smith the lot of land on which his house stands together with the shop at the mill and the privilege of coal wood in Stanleys old field and firewood for his use until the expiration of a deed in possession of Col. Oliver Cross which I think expires 6 Oct 1839. Sig. 11 Mar 1836. Sig. Thomas Wash Rec. 14 Mar 1836.
Book: V, Page: 105, Grantor: James Wharey, Josiah Leak, and Alexander L. Payne, Grantee: George Davis, Date: 05-Apr-1828
Apr 1828 James Wharey, Josiah Leak, and Alexander L. Payne trustees of Presbyterian Fund of Providence Congregation to George Davis of Louisa 70 acres purchased by Charles Dabney as agent for Trustees at sale made by commissioners under decree in cause of Presbyterian Society vs. Smith and others Apr 1828.for $161.84. Justices of Goochland certify for trustees.
Book: V, Page: 124, Grantor: John B. Gray, Grantee: Virginia Exploring and Mining. John Gray, Date: 25-May-1835
John B. Gray to Virginia Exploring and Mining. John Gray of Travellers Rest, Stafford County, Va. by deed 24 May 1835 bought 1/7 part of a certain lease from William Walton on 50 acres in Louisa lease dated 17 Sep 1833 for 27 years and personal property for $14,285.71. Gray sells to Virginia Exploring and Mining all his interst in said lease with privileges, emoloments, metals, metallic of every kind and 1/7 part of tools and fixtures used for mining purposes.
Book: V, Page: 152, Grantor: George Hunter, Sr. and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: David S. Gillespie, Date: 25-Apr-1836
George Hunter, Sr. and Elizabeth his wife of Louisa to David S. Gillespie of same for $1,175. four tracts of land in Louisa on head waters of Roundabout Creek containing 237 acres being part of a tract which Stephen Hunter died seized and are lots #1, 2, 3, and 4 in division of Stephen Hunter, Dec'd estate which fell to Samuel Hunter, William Hunter, Mildred Howard and Nancy Alford, children of said Stephen Hunter, Dec'd., who have conveyed the same to George Hunter, Sr. Reference made to division filed among judgments of Louisa County Court 1826.
Book: V, Page: 154, Grantor: David S. Gillespie 1st, John Hunter 2nd, and Georg, Grantee: George Hunter, Date: 25-Apr-1836
Deed of Trust 25 Apr 1836 David S. Gillespie 1st, John Hunter 2nd, and George Hunter, Jr. 3rd. all of Louisa; Gillespie indebted to George Hunter $600. In trust 4 lots conveyed to Gillaspie by George Hunter by deed this same date containing 237 acres. Sig. David Gillespie, George Hunter, Jr., John Hunter.
Book: V, Page: 167, Grantor: James C. Dickenson and Mary his wife, Grantee: William M. Mitchell, Date: 11-Jun-1835
James C. Dickenson and Mary his wife of Louisa to William M. Mitchell of Fredericksburg for $5,000 for tract with appurtenances on Contrary Creek known as Triple Fork Gold Mine containing 124 acres adj. Col. William F. Toler, Wm. Walton in Lewis Johnston's line, Henry Harris, Walton and Nathaniel Thompson on Elk Creek Road leading to Louisa Courthouse with all rights except Dickenson reserves right to cut pine timer sufficient for repairing or erection of a small out house or houses. Sig. James Cole Dickenson and Mary Dickenson.
Book: V, Page: 174, Grantor: Sanner, Josiah, Grantee: Neff, Leonard, Date: 01-Sep-1835
DB V, pg 174 1 Sep 1835. Josiah Sanner and Rebecca of his wife, and Leonard Neff $1200, main road Louisa to Charlottesville, about 4 miles above the former place, same land reference February 12, 1835 same land conveyed to said Sanner by deed made the May 29th 1835 by James Porter and Lydia Porter and by James D. Porter and Catherine Porter, deed recorded in Louisa … relinquished dower of Lydia and Catherine … same land the said Sanner has lived on for some years known by the name of " Sanner’s Tavern"
Book: V, Page: 179, Grantor: Hancock, Benjamin & wife, Grantee: Tulloh, John M., Date: 07-Jan-1835
Book: V, Page: 205, Grantor: William Ellis Commissioner in case Lewis and wife,, Grantee: Ralph Dickerson, Date: 14-Jun-1836
William Ellis Commissioner in case Lewis and wife against Quarles 8 Dec 1823 and in his own right and Frances Thompson in her right to Ralph Dickerson for $255. William is willing to be bound for title so far his children's interest and Frances Thompson to be bound for her interest in 3 lots in Louisa adjoining land of James and William Tate which lots were assigned to wit, lot No. 3 cont. 40 acres to heirs of Charles Quarles dec'd., lot No. 7 cont. 26 acres assigned to Frances Thompson, lot No. 8 cont. 25 acres to William Ellis in division of estate of John Quarles dec'd. making 91 acres. Sig. William Ellis no wit. Rec. 14 Jun 1836.
Book: V, Page: 209, Grantor: William F. Toler, John Cole, and William C. Nelson, Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 13-Jun-1836
Bond William F. Toler, John Cole, and William C. Nelson bound to Lt. Gov. Windham Robinson. William F. Toler appointed constable in Louisa Co. for 2 years.
Book: V, Page: 224, Grantor: Charles T. Lewis and Mary M. his wife, Grantee: , Date: 15-Sep-1835
Charles T. Lewis and Mary M. his wife of Albemarle Co. 1st. and William Ellis trustee to a marriage contract between Leroy and Sarah Ann Chandler of Louisa 2nd. Charles T. Lewis and Mary M. his wife for $1,300 to William Ellis trustee a tract in Louisa on South Anna River adj. Wm. M. Baker, sd. Leroy Chandler, Henry W. Quarles, John Gordon cont. 135 acres being tract drawn by Charles T. Lewis and Mary W. his wife in the division of the estate of Charles Quarles dec'd including a small piece of land conveyed to sd. Lewis by Wm. M. Baker & excluding a small piece conveyed by said Lewis to sd. Baker both conveyances made in 1825. Sig. Charles T. Lewis and Mary M. Lewis. Justices of Albemarle certify for the Lewises.
Book: V, Page: 233, Grantor: James W. Poindexter, Grantee: David Shelton Gillespie, Date: 08-Aug-1836
James W. Poindexter of Louisa and Mary, his wife to David Shelton Gillespie of same; 4 acres which said Shelton Gillespie hath paid said Poindexter $32. adjoining Bibb's road. Sig. J. W. Poindexter and Mary I. Poindexter. Wit. John R. Jones. Rec. 17 Aug 1836.
Book: V, Page: 242, Grantor: William Walton and Patsy his wife, Grantee: , Date: 31-Aug-1836
William Walton and Patsy his wife of Louisa to the president, Directors and Company of Virginia Exploring and Mining Co. $1 for tract in Louisa on Contrary Creek by name Walton Gold mine adj. James C. Dickinson, Harris, Charles Groom containing 104 [plat] by survey done 21 Apr 1835. Sig. William Walton, Patsy (x) Walton. Rec. 31 Aug 1836.
Book: V, Page: 250, Grantor: William Walton and Patsy his wife, Grantee: , Date: 05-Sep-1836
William Walton and Patsy his wife of Louisa Co. to the president, Directors and Co. of Virginia Exploring and Ming. Co. $1 for tract on Contrary Creek known as Walton's Gold Mine adjoining James C. Dickinson, Harris etc. by survey 1835 subject to provisions of deed 17 Sep 1833 executed by William Walton and William W. Beadles, Jr., William A. Trice, D. A. Trice and William Beadles and Waller Holladay with mineral rights including 1/10 of the gold excepting all rights in common held by Waltons.
Book: V, Page: 275, Grantor: Tisdale, Ellen D., Grantee: Relinquishment, Date: 08-Mar-1836
Book: V, Page: 276, Grantor: Tisdale, Martha, Grantee: Relinquishment, Date: 08-Mar-1836
Book: V, Page: 281, Grantor: William Walton and Martha his wife, Edward Campbel, Grantee: , Date: 10-Oct-1836
William Walton and Martha his wife, Edward Campbell and Sarah all of Louisa to Presidents and directors of Virginia and New England Mining Co. $1 for tract on headwaters of Contrary Creek cont. 1931/4 acres adj. N. Thompson on W., W. F. Toler on north, William and Jno. Mitchell and Dr. Coleman being same purchased from William Mills.
Book: V, Page: 290, Grantor: Jno L. Trice and Adelia H. his wife, Grantee: Meredith Trice, Date: 10-Oct-1836
Jno L. Trice and Adelia H. his wife to Meredith Trice all of Louisa $100 for 30 acres adjoining Office Road, Jno. L. Trice and Anderson Trice. Sig. John L. Trice and Adela H. Trice. Relinquishment of Adela 10 Oct 1836. Rec. 0 Oct 1836.
Book: V, Page: 319, Grantor: John Gunter, Grantee: , Date: 05-Dec-1836
John Gunter by his last will among things given to me during my natural life or widowhood was a tract he bought of Nicholas Whitlock, tract he bought of John Shepperson and tract he bought of David P. Cocke and Samuel Mitchell and at my death he gives said tracts to his daughter Elizabeth who has intermarried with Robert N. Trice and I am desirous to put my son in law and his wife Elizabeth in immediate possession of said lands in consideration of premises and $1 convey all right and title in above tracts. Sig. Mary Gunter. Rec. 5 Dec 1836.
Book: V, Page: 320, Grantor: Timothy F. Grady and Melipa his wife, Grantee: John Richard Vest, Date: 06-Dec-1836
Timothy F. Grady and Melipa his wife of Louisa to John Richard Vest amongst 43 other men who bought land for the exploration of gold on 277a adjoining Nancy Gardner, road leading from Scarrot meeting house to Nelson's bridge, McGehees, 2nd tract contains 71 3/8a adj. road leading from new bridge to Louisa Courthouse, Young, William Dabney. 3/4 of the land was laid off in 105 shares and Grady reserved 1/4 for rights to any gold found thereon. John Richard Vest had 3 shares.
Book: V, Page: 327, Grantor: George Davis and Rebecca, his wife, Grantee: Abner Houchins, Date: 13-Dec-1836
George Davis and Rebecca, his wife, of Louisa to Abner Houchins of same for $151.84 for tract where Dais resides cont. 70 acres adjoining said Houchins, Archibald T. Goodwin, Ballard Dickinson, land of the children of Benja. Waddy, dec'd.
Book: V, Page: 351, Grantor: Eliza A. Foster, Grantee: , Date: 09-Mar-1923
It is understood that Eliza A. Foster and others have undertaken to convey about 30 acres under unknown authority. It is understood that rights are reserved with sufficient land for family burying ground located on the above tracts. Grantors agree to pay all past taxes which might be due. Sig. R. L. Mills, Rosa Mills, J. R. Craver, Leslie Moseley Craver, Thomas G. Craver, Lillian Ellman Craver, Mrs. R. C. Bowles, R. C. Bowles, Mrs. A. S. Dixon, F. F. Dixon, Blair B. Craver, J. W. McClure. Justices of Richmond Va. certify for Mrs. R. C. Bowles and R. C. Bowles. 9 Mar 1923. Justice of Huntington WVA certify for A. S. Dixon and F. F. Dixon her husband and J. W. McClure. Justices of Fayett WVA certify for J. R. Craver and Leslie M. Craver his wife, T. G. Craver and Lillian Craver his wife. Justice of Mingo WVA certify for R. L. Mills and Rosa Mills his wife 30 Apr 1923. Justices of Mingo WVA certify for Blair B. Craver 7 May 1923.
Book: V, Page: 359, Grantor: Lancelot Minor, Jr., Grantee: Archibald F. Thomas, Date: 02-Jan-1837
Lancelot Minor, Jr. to Archibald F. Thomas $1,000 and bill of $6,000 due 1844 if interest is paid punctually tract known as Hammonds Creek containing 350 acres with appurtenances adjoining Old Mountain Road by the stage road by lands of David Armstrong, Joel Thomas and Hezekaih, also slaves Judy, Tom (Carter) Milly, Peter, Jemmia, William and Charles. sig. Lancelot Minor, Jr.
Book: V, Page: 359, Grantor: Lancelot Minor, Grantee: , Date:
Deed of trust on property purchased of Lancelot Minor. See DB 1838 for release.
Book: V, Page: 361, Grantor: William F. Toler and Elizabeth is wife, Grantee: Nancy Dickinson, Date: 09-May-1836
William F. Toler and Elizabeth is wife of Louisa To Nancy Dickinson $1.00 for 25 acres on Christophers Run adjoining Nancy Dickinson, William Robinson purchased by Toler from Griffith C. Dickerson.
Book: V, Page: 369, Grantor: Elisha Jackson., Grantee: Elisha Jackson., Date: 21-Dec-1836
Deed of trust 21 Dec 1836 persons indebted to Elisha Jackson. There are a number of deeds of trust of this nature in the Louisa records of persons being indebted to Elisha Jackson.
Book: V, Page: 372, Grantor: Uriah Higgason and Helen his wife, Grantee: John W. Walton, Date: 04-Jan-1837
$1,813.69 Uriah Higgason and Helen his wife to John W. Walton land on east side of Indian Creek, 383 17/20 acres adjoining Cornelius D. Chisholm Mr. Noel, Col. John Ambler, road leading from South Anna Bridge to Cuckooville. William Waddy and E. Pendleton, Justices of Louisa certify 4 Jan 1837.
Book: V, Page: 373, Grantor: Uriah Higgason and Helen, Grantee: Wilson Herring, Date:
Uriah Higgason and Helen to Wilson Herring for $581.50 land purchased by Higgason from Dr. F. Johnson on east side of road from South Anna Bridge to Cuckoville 58 3.20 acres.
Book: V, Page: 416, Grantor: Elijah May, Grantee: , Date: 11-May-1835
I Elijah May of Augusta Co., for $1 appoint John Hunter clerk of Louisa my attorney in fact to redeem 18 acres sold off my tract of 1201/2 acres on 11 May 1835 by sheriff of Louisa for non payment of taxes in 1834 and purchased by P. R. Stogdale and when redeemed Hunter is to sell the 1201/2 acres on Contrary Creek purchased by Elijah of John Gunter, Sr. and wife 13 Jun 1809.
Book: V, Page: 417, Grantor: Benj. Jekins and Ann his wife, Grantee: , Date:
Benj. Jekins and Ann his wife of Spotsylvania, William D. Mansfield and Mary B. Mansfield of Louisa in her own right and in the right of her children as confessed by the will of her deceased husband John g. Mansfield and by a decree of the County Court appoints John H. Grasty of Orange their lawful attorney for the special purpose to make sale of 1/2 of a tract on both sides of Contrary Creek 120 acres purchased by us of Dillard McGehee on which a rock has been raised believed to contain gold. ( known as the McGehee gold mine) together with 1/2 of the gold, minerals, metallic substances precious stones which may be found. $100 for 1/2 of tract . money to be deposited in Bankes in Fredericksburg. Apr 1837.
Book: V, Page: 417, Grantor: Benjamin Jenkins and Ann, his wife, Grantee: William D. Mansfield and Mary B. Mansfield, Date:
Benjamin Jenkins and Ann, his wife, of Spotsylvania, William D. Mansfield and Mary B. Mansfield of Louisa in her own right and in the right of her children as confessed by the will of her deceased husband John G. Mansfield and by a decree of the County Court appoints John H. Grasty of Orange their lawful attorney for the special purpose to make sale of 1/2 of a tract on both sides of Contrary Creek 120 acres purchased by us of Dillard McGehee on which a rock has been raised believed to contain gold. ( known as the McGehee gold mine) together with 1/2 of the gold, minerals, metallic substances precious stones which may be found. $100 for 1/2 of tract . money to be deposited in Banks in Fredericksburg. Apr 1837.
Book: V, Page: 420, Grantor: Thomas Johnson, Grantee: William W. Pulliam, Date: 15-Feb-1837
Thomas Johnson of Louisa for $600 to William W. Pulliam of Louisa Co. 1 Negro slave names Nancy and her 2 children names William and Massie. 15 Feb 1837. Wit. Thomas Loyall and George Gammon.
Book: V, Page: 420, Grantor: Thomas Johnson, Grantee: William W. Pulliam, Date:
Thomas Johnson (SJ) of Louisa County for $600 to William W. Pulliam slave Nancy and her 2 children William and Massie.
Book: V, Page: 420, Grantor: Thomas Johnson OJ, Grantee: William W. Pulliam, Date:
Thomas Johnson OJ of Louisa for $600 to William W. Pulliam of said county, 1 female Negro Nancy and her 2 children named William and Massie. Wit. Thomas Loyall and George Gammon.
Book: V, Page: 425, Grantor: Ulegate, William S., Grantee: Wheeler, John H., Date: 24-Sep-1836
Book: V, Page: 440, Grantor: James Parrish and Conscience, his wife, Grantee: David S. Gillespie, Date: 14-Apr-1837
James Parrish and Conscience, his wife, of Louisa to David S. Gillespie of same for $96.25 land in Louisa Co. being same parcel conveyed to Parrish by James D. Turner and Mary W., his wife, by deed 28 Mar 1818 containing 19 1/4 acres adjoining Bibb's road, James W. Poindexter, George Hunter, Samuel Bunch, said Parrish. Sig. James Parrish and Conscience M. Parrish. Rec. 8 May 1837.
Book: V, Page: 447, Grantor: John L. Trice and Adela his wife, Grantee: Wm. F. Toler, Date: 23-Mar-1837
John L. Trice and Adela his wife to Wm. F. Toler all of Louisa for $200 tract on waters of North East Creek designated on plat and survey made by John Nunn deputy for Pleasant Hackett surveyor by lot No. 12 adjoining David Lipscomb containing 100 acres. Sig. John L. Trice and Adela H. Trice Rec. 11 May 1837.
Book: V, Page: 447, Grantor: John L. Trice and Adelia his wife, Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 23-Mar-1837
John L. Trice and Adelia his wife to William F. Toler $200 on North East Creek designated as lot #12 on plat made by John Nunn adjoining David Lipscomb, 100 acres.
Book: V, Page: 460, Grantor: Abraham P. Bowles, Grantee: Thomson W. Pulliam, Date: 12-Nov-1834
Abraham P. Bowles of Fluvanna Co. And wife Elizabeth B. Bowles To Thomson W. Pulliam for $600 tract adjoining Thomas Bourn, John Richardson estate and Fleming family containing 75 acres.
Book: V, Page: 474, Grantor: Nathan Smith 1st, John Hunter 2nd, John T. Quarles, Grantee: , Date: 09-Jan-1837
Nathan Smith 1st, John Hunter 2nd, John T. Quarles 3rd, Nathaniel Thompson Commissioner t sell land belonging to heirs of John Trice, dec'd. Smith indebted to Thompson $395.
Book: V, Page: 480, Grantor: John William Walton and Mary Ann his wife, Grantee: William Walton Sr., Date: 29-Apr-1837
John William Walton and Mary Ann his wife of Louisa to William Walton, Sr. of same for $1,000 tract on SW main road leading from Louisa courthouse to Richmond on Beaver Creek adjoining Michael Ryan, main road, Charles Thompson, John Hunter, Mrs. Woodger, Mrs. Poindexter containing 67 acres including the dower of Barnett D. Harris's widow now Mrs. Estes as long as she lives.
Book: V, Page: 490, Grantor: John B. Carpenter, Grantee: Columbian Gold mine, Date: 03-Jul-1837
John B. Carpenter, Giles County, Tenn. appointees John B. Grubbs, atty in fact, in interest in Columbian Gold mine in Goochland County 3 Jul 1837.
Book: V, Page: 490, Grantor: John B. Carpenter, Grantee: John B. Grubbs, Date: 03-Jul-1837
John B. Carpenter, Giles County, Tenn, appoints John B. Grubbs, atty in fact in interest in estate of Susan Beadles, widow of James Beadles, Dec'd. under will of grandfather, James Beadles, Dec'd. 3 Jul 1837.
Book: V, Page: 503, Grantor: William F. Johnson, Grantee: Thomas G. Meredith, Date: 15-Dec-1836
William F. Johnson 1st, John Hunter 2nd, Thomas G. Meredith 3rd. Johnson indebted to Meredith $1,600.5 of which $800 is due 1838 and remainder due 1839. In trust 315? acres on North side of South Anna River adjoining William Shelton, John Shelton, James Johnson and Militus B. Harris. Sig. William F. Johnson and Eleanor T. Johnson and Thos. G. Meredith.
Book: V, Page: 533, Grantor: Elisha Melton, Grantee: Garret M. Quarles and Thomas Johnson, Date:
Elisha Melton by deed 18 Feb. 1829 sold to Garret M. Quarles and Thomas Johnson tract on both sides Beaver Creek cont. 656 acres being land Melton bought of PeytonJ. Rawlins, Micajah Sims' Exors, Thomas Sims, and Thomas T. Johnson adjoining Thomas Johnson and James Michie and 8 slaves in trust to secure William Morris $1600 due. Melton has paid, this is a release.
Book: V, Page: 534, Grantor: Robert W. Trice and Elizabeth A. his wife, Grantee: James L. Gunter, Date: 28-Aug-1837
Robert W. Trice and Elizabeth A. his wife to James L. Gunter all of Louisa; $525; tract in Louisa being tract conveyed to said Trice by Mary Gunter by deed 5 Dec 1836 recorded Louisa Clerks office which said land is specified in that deed as derived from David P. Cocke and Samuel Mitchell who conveyed to John Gunter by deed 6 Dec 1824; containing 97 1/2 acres. sig. Robert W. Trice and Elizabeth Ann Trice. Charles S. Jones and Peter M. Daniel Justices certify for Elizabeth A. Trice. Recorded 28 Aug 1837. [ Margin note ] examined and delivered to James L. Gunter.
Book: V, Page: 557, Grantor: Samuel Poindexter and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: Olive R. Humphreys, Date: 29-Aug-1837
Samuel Poindexter and Elizabeth his wife of Louisa to Olive R. Humphreys of same for $160 a tract near head waters Goldmine Creek containing 57 acres adjoining Thomas Bibb, road, John S. May, Lewis Landrams. Sig. Samuel Poindexter and Elizabeth E. Poindexter. Justices Nathaniel Mills and Charles S. Jones of Louisa certify for Elizabeth Poindexter acknowledgment 4 Oct 1837 rec. 9 Oct 1837.
Book: V, Page: 580, Grantor: George Davis 1st, John Morrison 2nd, Abner Houchin, Grantee: Houchins, Date: 26-Oct-1837
George Davis 1st, John Morrison 2nd, Abner Houchins 3rd. Davis indebted to Houchins $150, in trust personal property.
Book: V, Page: 584, Grantor: John Day 1st, William S. Tisdale 2nd, William F. T, Grantee: Toler and Gooch, Date: 07-Nov-1837
DT 7 Nov 1837 John Day 1st, William S. Tisdale 2nd, William F. Toler and Robert T. Gooch 3rd. Day indebted to Toler and Gooch $49.25, also to William Stout. In trust their interest in estate of George Talley, Dec. and Nathan Talley Dec. and Julia Talley.
Book: V, Page: 589, Grantor: William M. Byrd, Grantee: Peter D. Ware, Date: 22-Nov-1837
William M. Byrd of Maury Co. Tenn. $1 to Peter D. Ware of Louisa all William Byrds right and title to his father and mother's estate, Thomas and Lucy Byrd, except his interest in Negroes belonging to estate which is 1/5 interest according to will of Thomas Byrd. Sig. William M. Byrd. Rec. Louisa
Book: W, Page: 4, Grantor: William C. Carson and Elizabeth A. W. his wife, Grantee: Archibald F. Thomas, Date: 28-Jan-1839
William C. Carson and Elizabeth A. W. his wife to Archibald F. Thomas all of Louisa $12/acre undivided interest in tract on Hammons Creek on Old Mountain Road on south by Carters Ferry Road on the west by David Armstrong and estate of Thomas Mitchell, dec'd. on the north.
Book: W, Page: 8, Grantor: Archibald D. Arnett and Jaqulin D. Gillum, Grantee: Nathan Smith, Date: 25-Nov-1837
Archibald D. Arnett and Jaqulin D. Gillum exors of Nathan Smith of Louisa Co. By will of Smith, dec'd. To Nathan Smith being land conveyed to Nathan Smith, dec'd. By Richard Roberts and wife 12 Oct 1807.
Book: W, Page: 9, Grantor: Nathan Smith 1st, Joseph K. Pendleton 2nd, Archiba, Grantee: , Date: 25-Nov-1837
Nathan Smith 1st, Joseph K. Pendleton 2nd, Archibald D. Arnett and Jaqulin D. Gillum exors of Nathan Smith dec'd. 3rd all of Louisa Co. Smith indebted to exors $497.25. In trust 97 1/2 acres being land conveyed this day to Smith by the exors.
Book: W, Page: 19, Grantor: Joseph Lipscomb, William W. Pettus and Meriwether , Grantee: William Walton, Date: 19-Dec-1837
Dec 1837 Joseph Lipscomb, William W. Pettus and Meriwether L. Johnson exors of Waddy Lipscomb, dec'd. to William Walton for $4,530 for tract where Waddy Lipscomb lived and died adjoining courthouse tract on the S, John Hunter on the W, William Chiles and William W. Beadles on the N, and John R. Jones on the E. containing 227 acres by survey 1836 by Pleasant Hackett.
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