Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book W

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Book: W, Page: 19, Grantor: William Walton, Grantee:  , Date: 19-Dec-1837
DT 19 Dec 1837 William Walton indebted to exors of Waddy Lipscomb, dec'd. $1,510 by bond with John W. Walton 1838 sells in trust to Charles S. Jones 227 acres being same tract conveyed to him by said exors.

Book: W, Page: 30, Grantor: Henry Lawrence, Grantee: Thomas Johnson and Charles Y. Kimbrough, Date: 08-May-1837
Henry Lawrence in his lifetime by deed 8 December 1825 conveyed to Thomas Johnson and Charles Y. Kimbrough tract on South Anna River to secure to Garrett M. Quarles and has satisfied and we being requested by Dr. Benjamin Francisco who has intermarried with ____ Lawrence daughter of said Henry Lawrence, dec'd. and who paid last of the said debt. See 1825 page 502 for deed.

Book: W, Page: 31, Grantor: Hughson, Samual, Grantee: Ragland, William, Date: 08-Dec-1837
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Book: W, Page: 43, Grantor: Anderson Trice and Martha his wife, Grantee: John L. Trice, Date: 13-Jun-1836
Anderson Trice and Martha his wife to John L. Trice all of Louisa $100, for 30 acres adjoining tomahawk road, John L. Trice, Thomassons Road, Gillum, and Anderson Trice. Wit. Charles S. Jones, Ro. M. Kent, Garland Thomasson, Jno T. Quarles. Sig. Anderson Trice and Martha Trice.

Book: W, Page: 46, Grantor: Joseph Lipscomb, William W. Pettus and Meriwether , Grantee: William Walton, Date: 19-Dec-1837
Joseph Lipscomb, William W. Pettus and Meriwether L. Johnson exors of Waddy Lipscomb, dec'd. of Louisa to William Walton of same for $4530 for tract Waddy Lipscomb lived on adjoining the courthouse tract, s by land of John Hunter, W. by Wm. Chiles, N. by Wm. W. Beadles, NE by John R. Jones containing 227 acres. Rec. 19 Dec 1837.

Book: W, Page: 48, Grantor: William Crawford and Rhoda, his wife, Grantee: John B. Grubbs, Date: 27-Dec-1837
William Crawford and Rhoda, his wife, to John B. Grubbs $230; 11 1/2 acres on fork of Richmond and Elk Creek, one mile east of Louisa court House adjoining William Beadles, Richmond Road, Hawthorn, Elk Creek. Wit: J.A. Crawford, Martha Ryan, Mary C. Hickason.

Book: W, Page: 66, Grantor: David A. Johnson, Grantee: David B. Johnson, Date: 16-Jan-1838
David A. Johnson to David B. Johnson for $1 all David A. Johnson's interest in estate of his father David Johnson, dec'd. and estate of his grandfather John Anderson, dec'd.

Book: W, Page: 67, Grantor: Jasper Grinstead and Jimmia his wife, Grantee: John Vest, Date: 15-Aug-1837
Jasper Grinstead & Jimmia his wife of Montgomery County, Tennessee to John Vest of Louisa for $500 tract on South side South Anna River adjoining sd. Vest on N & E; W by Wm. Hughson, S. by South Anna R. containing 1221/4a being land purchased by sd. Grimstead of McCauley Kennon on which John Kennon lived until his death with appurtenances. Sig. Jasper Grimsted and Jimmy Grimstet (X).

Book: W, Page: 80, Grantor: Thomas Johnson, Grantee: Thomas Poindexter, Date:  
Thomas Johnson on bond of Thomas Poindexter who has been appointed Sheriff. Recorded June 1838.

Book: W, Page: 90, Grantor:  , Grantee: Pallison Boxley, Date:  
Release of deed of trust William V. M. Hambleton to Pallison Boxley, in trust was tract on south side of Contrary Creek adjoining Talley, Dickinson, Graves, Tyler, Jerdons Mill containing about 250 acres.

Book: W, Page: 93, Grantor: Merewether S. Sims, Grantee: Samuel Mallory, Date: 06-Feb-1838
Merewether S. Sims of Louisa to Samuel Mallory of same $15 for tract on public road leading from Cuckoo to South Anna Bridge containing 1 1/2 acres adjoining road, Peter S. Barret and Mrs. Cosby's tavern.

Book: W, Page: 116, Grantor: William B. Sheppardson and Mary his wife, Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 06-Mar-1838
William B. Sheppardson and Mary his wife of Louisa to William F. Toler $1.00 all right and title of William B. Sheppardson in the 100 acres of land which William Whitlock, the first husband of said Mary Sheppardson died seized. Being land sold to said Wm. Toler by John Terry a commissioner.

Book: W, Page: 120, Grantor: John Terry, Grantee: Williaim F. Toler, Date: 27-Jan-1838
John Terry commissioner, 100 acres of William Whitlocks land to Williaim F. Toler, $200; with appurtenances described in Deed from David Lipscomb and Martha his wife to Whitlock 9 Aug 1825.

Book: W, Page: 121, Grantor: Ulegate, Paul, Grantee: Wheeler, John, Date: 27-Aug-1836
[no abstract]

Book: W, Page: 121, Grantor: Ulegate, Paul, Grantee: Wheeler, John H., Date: 27-Aug-1836
[no abstract]

Book: W, Page: 132, Grantor: Joseph C. Boxley and Anna L. Boxley his wife, Grantee: William V. M. Hambleton, Date: 27-Feb-1838
Joseph C. Boxley and Anna L. Boxley his wife to William V. M. Hambleton all their interest to land conveyed to them by Tyler of St. Louis, Missouri 25 Dec 1837 containing 37 acres on Contrary Creek, Elk Creek, Geo. Boxley, Joseph C. Boxley.

Book: W, Page: 133, Grantor: Hughson, William, Grantee: Quarles, John L., Date: 13-Mar-1838
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Book: W, Page: 141, Grantor: William O. Harris and Mary Ann his wife, Grantee: William S. Winston, Date: 03-Mar-1738
William O. Harris and Mary Ann his wife to William S. Winston all of Louisa $1,033; for 96 acres adjoining Wm. M. Ambler, Abner N. Harris on Indian Creek, Cuckooville Road being tract purchased by Wm. O. Harris from Richard Cary Ambler by deed rec. Louisa . Sig Will. O. Harris and Mary A. Harris.

Book: W, Page: 174, Grantor: Robert N. Trice and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: David Lipscomb, Date: 09-Apr-1838
Robert N. Trice and Elizabeth his wife to David Lipscomb all of Louisa for $2,300 tract on Duckinghole Creek adjoining George W. Trice formerly Nathan Smith, on west by Hugh Goodwin, Sr., and Capt. Peter M. Daniel on north by said Daniel, H. B. Edwards and Mrs. Nicey Boxley and on east by estate of William McGehee and the Tomahawk containing 415 3/4 acres.

Book: W, Page: 180, Grantor: Hancock, Austin, Grantee: Louisa R. R. Co., Date: 29-Jul-1836
[no abstract]

Book: W, Page: 192, Grantor: Nathaniel W. Tate, Grantee: Elisha Jackson, Date: 28-Apr-1838
Nathaniel W. Tate of Louisa to Elisha Jackson for $23 being tract Nathaniel Tate, dec'd. died siezed adjoining Wm. C. Thomas, Wm. Waddy and others undivided interest.

Book: W, Page: 204, Grantor: Francis Johnson, Jr. and Catharine R. his wife, Grantee: John C. G. Goodwin, Date: 31-Mar-1838
Francis Johnson, Jr. and Catharine R. his wife to John C. G. Goodwin for $1 for tract on Fork Creek on or the North by sd. Francis Johnson, east by Capt. Jos. Winston. South by Jesse Mallory and Charles Dickenson, and West by Charles Dickinson and said Goodwin. containing by survey [plat] 331 1/8 acres adjoining Old Mountain Road, Marble Tract Road.

Book: W, Page: 206, Grantor: Thomas B. Humphries and Susan S. his wife, Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 19-May-1838
Thomas B. Humphries and Susan S. his wife of Louisa for $35.75 to William F. Toler. Interest in estate of Thomas Whitlock, Dec. and estate of Mary Whitlock we derived by virtue of deed from Thomas H. Smith and Mary A. his wife dated 12 Apr 1838, said Mary A. Smith being daughter of Thomas Whitlock, Dec. and Mary Whitlock.

Book: W, Page: 212, Grantor: John Emerson 1st, Joseph K. Pendlton 2nd and Willi, Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 12-Jun-1838
DT 12 Jun 1838 John Emerson 1st, Joseph K. Pendlton 2nd and William F. Toler and Robert T. Gooch 3rd. John Emerson indebted to William F. Toler $23.65 and to Gooch for $354.36 plus $20. In Trust a tract of land where Emerson resides on Contrary Creek.

Book: W, Page: 232, Grantor: Whitton, Thomas, Grantee: Baker, Joseph, Date: 20-Jun-1838
This Indenture made and entered into this twentieth day of June One thousand eight hundred thirty eight between Thomas Whitton of the first part Joseph Baker of the second part and Levi L. Baker of the xxxx all of the County of Louisa Witnesseth whereas the said Thomas Whitton stands justly indebted unto him the said Levi L. Baker the just sum of three hundred dollars due by bond bearing date this indenture which the said Whitton is willing and desirous to xxx to the said Baker by conveying the property hereafter mentioned xxx Joseph Baker in trust for that purpose therefore this indenture witness that the said Thomas Whitton for the consideration above stated and the further consideration of one dollar to him in hand paid xxx the said Joseph Baker hath this day granted bargained and sold xxx these presents doth grant bargain and sell to the said Baker all of the following property Viz: one horse, two cows, two sows and pigs, crop of xxx fodder and wheat, three beds & furniture, chairs, tables, chests, knives, dishes & spoon, two pots, two ovens, skillet, Frying pan, and xxthree ply gear weeding and grub hoes, one shot gun, and prep together with every xxx that may be found in my possession at the time of closing this deed. To have and to hold the said property to him the said Baker and his heirs xx upon trust nevertheless that if he the said Whitton shall well xxxpay to the said Baker or his heirs or legal representatives the apportioned bond with interest together with the cost of carrying this Indenture to be void but should the said Whitton his heirs fail to pay off the aforesaid bond when applied for by the said Baker and in that case it shall be lawful and it shall by the duty of his xx Joseph Baker, his heirs executors or assigns at the request of his xxx Baker to advertise the above name property together with any property that he the said Whitton may be in possession of at time at some public place giving ten days notice and proceed to sell the same for cash or so much thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy the above named bond of three hundred dollars with the cost of carrying this deed into effect. In Testimony whereof the parties have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and date above written. Thomas Whitton, Joseph M. Baker, Levi L. Baker

Book: W, Page: 235, Grantor: George Hunter, Jr. and Martha, his wife, Grantee: David S. Gillespie, Date: 14-Feb-1838
George Hunter, Jr. and Martha, his wife, to David S. Gillespie all of Louisa for $500., land in Louisa on Roundabout Creek adjoining Bibb's road, James Poindexter (formerly James Turner's), Samuel Bunch and James Parrish; containing by survey 111 1/4 acres. Sig. George Hunter, Jr. and Martha A. W. Hunter. James Poindexter and B. R. Winston, Justices of Louisa, certify for George and Martha Hunter. Rec. 9 Jul 1838.

Book: W, Page: 236, Grantor: George Hunter, Jr. and Martha A. W., his wife, and, Grantee: David S. Gillespie and James Groom, Date: 11-Jul-1838
George Hunter, Jr. and Martha A. W., his wife, and William D. Hunter to David S. Gillespie and James Groom for $1.00, 222 acres on waters of Fork Creek being same land conveyed to George and William D. Hunter by John M. Cason and wife on 3 Sep 1831. Sig. George Hunter, Jr., Martha A.W. Hunter. Justices of Louisa certify for grantors. Rec. 10 Jul 1838

Book: W, Page: 241, Grantor: William Lumsden, Frances Lumsden, Mary Lumsden all, Grantee: Andrew B. Cooke, Date: 12-Mar-1838
William Lumsden, Frances Lumsden, Mary Lumsden all of Louisa to Andrew B. Cooke of same, whereas George Lumsden father of said William, Frances and Mary Lumsden by deed 2 Aug 1825 to Andrew B. Cooke a tract containing 43 1/2 acres being lot No. 4 in division of lands belonging to the late Rev. William Cooke dec'd. drawn by said George in right of his wife Elizabeth formerly Elizabeth Cooke daughter of said William Cooke dec'd. but Elizabeth died without making her relinquishment and so land becomes vested in her children said William, Frances, Mary Lumsden and they are desirous that title be perfect for Andrew B. Cooke and sell all their right and title for $1. sig. by William D. Cooke only and recorded only as to him 9 Jul 1838.

Book: W, Page: 261, Grantor: James C. Carptener, Grantee: John B. Grubbs interest, Date: 15-Aug-1838
James C. Carptener $350. to John B. Grubbs interest in estate of Susan Beadles, widow of James Beadles.

Book: W, Page: 262, Grantor: William A. Gillespie, Grantee:  , Date: 01-Nov-1837
Agreement between William A. Gillespie, Exor. of David Gillespie, Dec'd., Mary E. Gillespie and Jane Gillespie. In compliance with will of David Gillespie, Dec'd., William J. Gillespie did on Oct. 6 offer for sale property where David resided on Big Corthan's Creek and by unanimous request of the 8 legatees ( 7 present and 1 by proxy) land was taken in by a conservative bid of $6/acre and whereas the 3 youngest daughters of David Gillespie, Dec'd. desired to retain the home of their father and mother, it was agreed that Mary E. Gillaspie have 2/3 of the land and Jane Gillespie 1/3 for $1,000. William J. sells to Mary E. and Jane on condition of the money and that Mary E. provide Jane and Emily Gillespie a comfortable home free of charge until they marry or refuse this offer. If Mary refuses she must pay each sister $70.00 and must pay Jane 1/3 amount of rent on capitol invested by Jane at Jane's option. If land is sold at a profit over $5/acre the excess to be equally divided between Mary, Jane and Emily or their heirs. Sig. William A. Gillespie, Mary E. Gillespie, Jane P. Gillespie and Thomas Waldrope ( 3 Apr 1838). Wit. James D. Roberts, Sr., James Roberts and Jeremiah Roberts. Rec. 13 Aug 1838.

Book: W, Page: 263, Grantor: Thomas Waldrop and Mary E., his wife, Jane Gillesp, Grantee: Thomas Waldrop, Date: 03-Apr-1838
Deed of Trust 3 Apr 1838 Thomas Waldrop and Mary E., his wife, Jane Gillespie 1st., William D. Hunter 2nd., and William A. Gillespie, exor of the will of David Gillespie, Dec'd. $510.66 2/3 for Mary and $333.33 1/3 for Jane. Whereas Mary E. before her marriage to Thomas Waldrop bound herself by contract signed 1 Nov 1837 to furnish Jane and Emily a home, Thomas Waldrop agrees to the said contract. In trust land on Big Corthan's Run containing 200 acres adjoining James Roberts and Chapman White being land conveyed by William A. Gillespie to Mary and Jane Gillespie 2 Apr 1838. Sig. Thomas Waldrop and Mary E. Waldrop. Wit. James D. Roberts, Sr., James Roberts and Jeremiah A. Roberts. Rec. 13 Aug 1838

Book: W, Page: 277, Grantor: Anderson Parrish, John Parrish and Robert F. Bibb , Grantee: Susannah Parrish, Date: 04-Jun-1832
Anderson Parrish, John Parrish and Robert F. Bibb and Nancy his wife who are non residents of Virginia acting by John Robinson, Commissioner by a decree of the Superior Court of Chancery, Henrico County and David Parrish, Dabney Parrish, Elizabeth Mins, John McKean and Mary his wife, Nelson Parrish, Humphry Parrish, Geo. Parrish, Dabney Parrish, Joseph Glenn and Delia his wife, James Jennings and Massie his wife, Samuel Grooms and Polly his wife, Thomas Massie, Betsy Branch, William Branch, Sally Branch, Mary Branch, Thomas Branch, David Cocke and Betsy his wife, Constance Norris, Patsey Parrish, Charles May and Jane his wife, George Layne and Sally his wife, John Gillum, William Walker and Polly his wife, Moody Hope and Betsy his wife, Oliver C. Morris and Sally his wife, and John Parrish of Virginia and Jaspher A. Sergeant and Eliza his wife to Susannah Parrish of Louisa. Suit 2 Jan 1832 Henrico County. Tract in Louisa called Mount Providence containing 150 acres. Justices of Richmond certify for John Robinson. Justices of Goochland certify for Wm. M. Branch, Dabney Parrish, Joseph B. Glenn, O. c. Morris, Geo. Parrish, Nelson R. Parrish, Wm. Walker, Moody J. Hope, John B. Parrish.

Book: W, Page: 302, Grantor: Thomas A. Grubbs and Cecilia his wife, Grantee: Martha C. Grubbs, Date: 04-Oct-1838
Thomas A. Grubbs and Cecilia his wife to Martha C. Grubbs $320.25 in Louisa one half of same tract sold to Thomas A. and John B. Grubbs by Joseph Grinstead and wife containing 183 acres adjoining Uriah Haws, John White. Sig. Thomas A. Grubbs and Ceciley E. Grubbs. Rec. 6 Oct 1838.

Book: W, Page: 324, Grantor: Andrew Hoggard, Grantee: Geo. W. Moss, Date: 12-Oct-1838
Andrew Hoggard of Louisa to Geo. W. Moss of Fluvanna $300 for tract in Louisa on both sides 3 Chopt Road cont. 771/2 acres adj. Meriwether Hoggard, Eliz. Kent, Chapman Humphrey, John Diggs and James Sladgel No. wit.

Book: W, Page: 337, Grantor: James A. Moss and Martha his wife, Grantee: James Webb, Date: 02-Oct-1838
James A. Moss and Martha his wife to James Webb all of Louisa for $455.81 for tract being part of Drakes' old tract and part of land Moss purchased of Col. James Poindexter as commissioner containing 1071/4 acres adjoining Shells old field, Scott, on west side of Yanceyville Road, county line, Price, James A. Moss. Sig. James A. Moss and Martha Moss. No witnesses. Justices of Fluvanna County certify for James A. and Martha Moss. 2 Oct 1838. Recorded 12 Nov 1838.

Book: W, Page: 338, Grantor: James W. Webb 1st, Owen C. Morris 2nd. and James A, Grantee: James A. Moss, Date: 02-Oct-1838
James W. Webb 1st, Owen C. Morris 2nd. and James A. Moss 3rd. Webb indebted to James A. Moss $205.81 note dated 30 May 1838. In trust tract in Louisa Co. containing 1071/4 acres adj. Shells, Scott, on west side Yanceyville road in County line, Price, James A. Moss. wit. Griffin Marks, Geo. W. Moss, Joel Parrish.

Book: W, Page: 367, Grantor: David S. Gillespie, Grantee: John Hunter, Date: 25-Apr-1836
Release Whereas David S. Gillespie by deed 25 Apr 1836 sold in trust to John Hunter the four lots he bought from George Hunter and Elizabeth, his wife, by deed 25 Apr 1836 containing 237 acres and which has been paid is now given a deed of release by John Hunter. Sig. John Hunter. Rec. 15 Dec 1838

Book: W, Page: 371, Grantor: John Hunter and Isabella, Grantee: Nathaniel Thompson, Date: 27-Dec-1838
John Hunter and Isabella to Nathaniel Thompson of Henrico $500 for 79 acres being a lot which fell to Isabella from her father George Pottie, dec'd. being lot No. 3 [plat Oct 1821]

Book: W, Page: 379, Grantor: John Smith, Grantee: Waller Holladay, William Jackson, Jr., E, Date: 29-Nov-1838
John Smith of Louisa to Waller Holladay, William Jackson, Jr., Elisha Jackson, William Spicer and James Trice trustees of Methodist Episcopal Church for $1 tract adjoining Stage Road near Richard S. Duke (approx. 70 years sq.) to build House of worship for Methodist Episcopal Church.

Book: W, Page: 385, Grantor: Thomas Johnson, Grantee: Thomas Poindexter, Date:  
Thomas Johnson on bond of Thomas Poindexter who has been appointed Sheriff. Recorded 14 Jan. 1839.

Book: W, Page: 389, Grantor: Trevilian, Lucy S., Grantee: Hunter, John, Date: 07-Feb-1839
Lucy Trevilian of Louisa Co. to James Hunter and Elisha Melton for $100 for tract both sides of the location of the Louisa Rail Road containing exclusive of 80 feet taken by RR, 3 acres and 140 poles adjoining the RR, Mrs. Mary Trevilian, James Porter, dower line of said Mary Trevilian. Sig. Lucy S. Trevilian. Rec. 8 Feb. 1839

Book: W, Page: 393, Grantor: Hancock, John & wife, Grantee: Armstrong, William, Date: 09-Jan-1839
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Book: W, Page: 412, Grantor: Guthrie Morris, Grantee:  , Date:  
Guthrie Morris of Clark Co. Kentucky appoints James M Morris of Clark co. his power of Atty. to receive from George Hunter, Jr. money now due and owing to him.

Book: W, Page: 414, Grantor: Joel Estes and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: James Vest, Date: 13-Oct-1838
Joel Estes & Elizabeth his wife of Louisa to James Vest for $3,500; 2 tracts, 1st containing 341 acres on South Anna River being land Estes purchases of Thomas Wash adjoining Chewning, Ragland, Michie, Wash & Kennon; 2nd tract containing 274a being part of tract Estes purchased of David Saunders adj. Richard Kennon, James D. Chewning, Robert Chewning, Henry Chewning, John H. Wood and Wm. Porter. Sig. Joel Estes, Elizabeth Estes. Wit. Pleasant Hackett, Burwell Hackett, Jno. R. Quarles. T. G. Trice. Rec. 11 Feb 1839.

Book: W, Page: 418, Grantor: Ivory Johnson, Grantee:  , Date: 13-Mar-1839
Ivory Johnson of Montgomery, Tenn. appoints William Walton his power of atty. to receive interest coming to me from Lewis Johnson of Spotsylvania (exor of my late father's Lewis Johnson, dec'd.) to receive and grant receipts or money and to apply for estate assigned to Barbara Johnson widow of Lewis Johnson, dec'd. as her dower. 13 Mar 1839.

Book: W, Page: 423, Grantor: John Smith, Grantee: Rebecca Bullock and Anne Bullock, Date: 01-Mar-1839
John Smith of Louisa to Rebecca Bullock and Anne Bullock of said County $83.50 tract adjoining said Bullock containing 8 1/4 acres adjoining Smith and Bullock, John C. Goodwin [legal description]. Rec. 11 Mar 1839

Book: W, Page: 427, Grantor: John S. Walker and Mary E. A. his wife, Grantee: Archibald F. Thomas, Date: 01-Nov-1838
John S. Walker and Mary E. A. his wife to Archibald F. Thomas $67 for tract on South Anna River adjoining Charles Johnston being their proportion from dower of Martha Bowles widow of Austin Bowles with appurtenances. Sig. John S. Walker and Mary E. A. Walker.

Book: W, Page: 464, Grantor: Elizabeth Purrington, Grantee: John Walton, Jr., Date: 21-Oct-1838
Elizabeth Purrington widow and relict of Elisha Purrington, dec'd., Sarah T. Purrington, John T. Grubbs and Susan his wife who was Susan Purrington, Samuel D. Purrington and Nancy H. Purrington his wife, Nancy H. Purrington, Patience P. Purrington, James Fitz and Isabella Fitz his wife who was Isabella Purrington and Thomas A. Purrington to John Walton, Jr. for $10 an undivided interest in tract on Southanna River which Elisah Purrington died siezed.

Book: W, Page: 467, Grantor: Elizabeth Purrington, Grantee: John Walton, Jr., Date: 21-Oct-1838
Elizabeth Purrington, widow and relict and admor. of Elisha Purrington, dec'd., Sarah T. Purrington, John T. Grubbs and Susan his wife who was Susan Purrington, Samuel D. Purrington and Nancy H. Purrington his wife, Nancy H. Purrington, Patience P. Purrington, James Fitz and Isabella his wife who was Isabella P. and Thomas A. Purrington to John Walton, Jr. for tract on Southanna River adj. Minor and Meredith containing 240 34 acres.

Book: W, Page: 470, Grantor: John Hunter, Grantee: William T. Mallory, Date: 14-Jun-1839
John Hunter to William T. Mallory . Whereas William T. Mallory and Sarah J. his wife 2 Nov 1833 sold to John Hunter in trust 50 acres in Louisa adjoining S. T. P. Diggs, Col., Dudley Diggs and Norvell Jones being tract William Mallory then resided in trust to secure $300 debt to William Merewether. Debt now paid, release.

Book: W, Page: 471, Grantor: John D. Watkins, Grantee: William T. Watkins, Date: 22-Jun-1829
John D. Watkins of Louisa 1st, William J. Timberlake of Fluvanna 2nd and William T. Watkins 3rd. John D. Watkins indebted $6,200 to William T. Watkins due 1 March next. In trust to Timberlake trustee Negroes Bob, Thornton, Nancy, Rebecca, mules, beds, furniture, tract in Louisa of 2721/2 acres adjoining John Wheeler, Thomas Darnall being land where John D. Watkins now lives. Sig. John D. Watkins and William J. Timberlake. wit. Isham Despher, J. W. Boatwright, Eleven Smith. Rec. 8 Jul 1839.

Book: W, Page: 476, Grantor: John Kennon and wife, Sarah, Grantee: George W. Parrish and Edmund A. Grubbs, Date: 04-Dec-1838
John Kennon and wife, Sarah, of Louisa to George W. Parrish and Edmund A. Grubbs, Grubbs of Goochland and Parrish of Louisa. $2.50/ acre for 180 acres adjoining John Perkins, Sr., Samuel Bunch, James Parrish, Zedekiah Gibson and others being John Glenn's old tract that John Glenn sold to said John Kennon. No wit: Rec. 8 Jul 1839. Fluvanna Justices certify for Kennon.

Book: W, Page: 484, Grantor: Archibald F. Thomas, Grantee: Thomas Shelton and Hezekiah Sims, Date: 22-May-1839
On Jan [blank] 1837 Archibald F. Thomas sold 134 3/4 acres to Thomas Shelton and Hezekiah Sims in trust to secure $6,000 to Lancelot Minor, Jr. A considerable part of this trust has been pard and he can now have the 134 3/4 acres adjoining Samuel O. Clough and John Walton. Recorded 22 May 1839.

Book: W, Page: 489, Grantor: William C. Cason, Grantee: Henry Timberlake., Date:  
Deed release Thomas as trustee for William C. Cason to Henry Timberlake.

Book: W, Page: 493, Grantor: William Walton, Grantee: William W. Pettus, Jos. Lipscomb, Date: 11-Jun-1839
DT release William Walton has paid to William W. Pettus, Jos. Lipscomb and Merewether L. Johnson exors of Waddy Lipscomb, dec'd.

Book: W, Page: 498, Grantor: Louisa Chewning, Christopher Valentine, James D. C, Grantee: Archibald Bryce, Jr., Date: 09-Oct-1830
Louisa Chewning, Christopher Valentine, James D. Chewning, Albert G. Chewning, Francis B. Chewning and Wilson B. Clarke commissioners appointed by court by decree 10 Sep 1838 in case Chewning vs. Chewning to Archibald Bryce, Jr. of Goochland for 286 acres being tract in bill adj. George Watson, Thomas Porter, William Ragland, William Michie and land now in possession of Mrs. Chewning the widow of Capt. Reuben Chewning, dec'd. by Carolina road adj. Dr. Geo. Watson, South Anna River, Poor Creek, Porters and William Ragland.

Book: W, Page: 505, Grantor: Edward McGehee, Grantee: William D. Mansfield, Date: 07-Apr-1842
Edward McGehee of Rush county Indiana but now in Virginia to William D. Mansfield $75. all his right in title of will of John McGehee and to his wife's Mary McGehee furing her natural life. Edward being son of John S. McGehee.

Book: W, Page: 505, Grantor: John D. Watkins, Grantee: Thomas Poindexter sheriff, Date: 03-Oct-1839
John D. Watkins of Louisa to Thomas Poindexter sheriff of same whereas a writ of capias ad respondendum issued of Circuit Superior Court of Louisa 1 Oct in name of William Fontaine endorsee of A. G. Watkins plaintiff vs. John D. Watkins deft for #3,030.50 from 1 Sep 1838 executed on body of John D. Watkins who is in custody of the sheriff and being unable to give bail has surrendered a schedule of his estate confessed judgement and taken oath of insolvent debtor. In the schedule is contained Watkins equity of redemption in the property contained in a deed of trust executed by him to William J. Timberlake in trust to secure a debt. In deed of trust is tract of 2721/2 acres adjoining John Wheeler, Thomas Darnall and other being lad John D. Watkins now resides. In trust Watkins sells to Poindexter sheriff the aforesaid tract with appurtenances. Rec. 8 Oct 1839.

Book: W, Page: 522, Grantor: Christopher Valentine, Albert G. Chewning, James D, Grantee:  , Date: 11-Jan-1839
Christopher Valentine, Albert G. Chewning, James D. Chewning, Wilson B. Clarke, and Francis B. Chewning commissioners directed by order of the court to sell land of Reuben Chewning, dec'd. to Louisa Chewning for $5 per acres tract containing 82 acres adj. Crawford, Johnson, Ragland and Fox.

Book: W, Page: 525, Grantor: Martin Strong of Louisa 1st., James Magruder and H, Grantee: David S. Gillespie, Date: 08-Nov-1839
Deed of Trust 8 Nov 1839 Martin Strong of Louisa 1st., James Magruder and Horatio J. Magruder 2nd., of Fluvanna, David S. Gillespie of Fluvanna 3rd. To secure to David S. Gillespie $268.68, Strong now places in trust land where he now resides containing 50 acres and a parcel containing 75 acres adjoining James Loving, Walker Timberlake and others. Sig. Martin Strong. Wit. David Jones. Rec. 11 Nov 1839.



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