Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book W
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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.
Book: W, Page: 531, Grantor: George M. Davis and Susan his wife, Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 23-Sep-1839
George M. Davis and Susan his wife of Hanover and William Kennon and Nancy his wife and Mary Davis the wife of Abram Davis, Dec'd of Louisa to William F. Toler of Louisa $28. and further consideration of paying off debt due Toler from Abram Davis amounting to $25.62. Sell to Toler 16 acres in Louisa on head of Little River adjoining Col. Edmund Pendleton, Thomas Harris, John Middlebrook and others being same tract of land purchased by Abram Davis of Franis Hogan. Wit. Edwin J. Baker, Richard C. Carpenter, William Durell, Robert T. Gooch.
Book: W, Page: 547, Grantor: David S. Gillespie, Grantee: James Groom, George Hunter, Jr., Date: 14-Dec-1839
David S. Gillespie to James Groom, George Hunter, Jr. and Dr. Joseph W. Pendleton, trustees. $1.00 for land on which the meeting house known as Cornith stands containing 1 acre adjoining Bibb's Road and the fork of the road for the benefit of the Disciples of Jesus Christ. Said meeting house to be free for use of any denomination when not in use by the Disciples of the Lord. Sig. David S. Gillespie. Rec. 19 Dec 1839
Book: W, Page: 604, Grantor: Hughson, Samual, Grantee: Quarles, John L., Date: 19-Mar-1842
Book: X, Page: 10, Grantor: David S. Gillespie 1st, William D. Hunter 2nd., an, Grantee: William A. Gillespie, Date: 13-Jan-1840
Deed of Trust 13 Jan 1840 David S. Gillespie 1st, William D. Hunter 2nd., and William A. Gillespie, Exor. of David Gillepsie, Dec'd. and administrator of Margt. Gillespie, Dec'd. 3rd. David S. Gillespie indebted to William A. Gillespie, Exor. of David Gillespie in sum of $672.49 by bonds 23 Nov 1838 and $17. by bond 6 Oct 1837 and to William A. Gillespie, Admr. of Margt. Gillespie for $185.50 by bond 23 Nov 1838 and $16.72 by bond 6 Oct 1837 which debts with the interest thereon lawfully accruing ( after deducting the said David S. Gillespie's interest on legacy in the estate of David and Margaret Gillespie, Dec'd.) David S. Gillespie to William D. Hunter in trust land where he now resides on Roundabout Creek adjoining Col. James Poindexter containing 111 1/4 acres also all his interest in tract of land on Fork Creek known by name of Casons containing 222 acres purchased by David S. Gillespie and James Groom of George Hunter and William D. Hunter, also a negro man named Ben. Sig. David S. Gillespie. ( Margin Note See deed book for 1850 page 425 for release deed) Rec. 13 Jan 1840
Book: X, Page: 33, Grantor: Richard Mallory, Grantee: Samuel Mallory and Andrew G. Walton, Date: 31-Oct-1839
Richard Mallory of Louisa to Samuel Mallory and Andrew G. Walton of same and Bickerton W. Mallory of Richmond tract Richard Mallory now resides adjoining Archibald T. Goodwin, William Walton, Nelson Walton containing 172 acres and slaves. Richard to keep possession until his death and then 1/2 to Bickerton W. Mallory in his right and in right of Clarissa Smith daughter of said Richard Mallory. Bickerton W. having purchased the interest of Clarissa, remaining 1/2 to Samuel Mallory and Andrew G. Walton. 2nd parties agree to pay a debt due from Richard to Edmund Pendleton dec'd. of about $200. Also to allow Richard Mallory to possess a Negro to which Bickerton W. Mallory, Andrew G. Walton and Samuel Mallory and Elisha Smith became entitled ad death of the wife of Richard Mallory. Wit. A. T. Goodwin.
Book: X, Page: 58, Grantor: James Crank and Ann W. his wife, Grantee: George Hunter, Sr., Date: 10-Mar-1840
James Crank and Ann W. his wife of Fluvanna, James M. Morris and Mary, his wife, and Martha Crank, widow and relict of George Crank, dec'd. of Louisa to George Hunter, Sr. of Louisa ; $573.48 for three tracts conveyed to George Crank dec'd., the husband of Martha and father of James Crank and Mary Morris by Henry Crank and Milly, his wife, by deed 8 Nov 1806 recorded in Louisa, 2nd tract conveyed by Henry Crank 8 Sep 1823 recorded in Louisa, and 3rd tract conveyed by William P Perkins and his wife, Jane Maria, 21 Feb 1832 and recorded in Louisa.
Book: X, Page: 74, Grantor: John S. Fleming administrator, Grantee: William W. Pulliam, Date:
John S. Fleming administrator of Zachariah Pulliam to William W. Pulliam being highest bidder at auction. Letters of administration of Fleming revoked and ordered to Stephen T. Pulliam. William W. Pulliam makes a deed to William Gammon for $600 for tract of estate of Zachariah Pulliam containing 81 5/8 acres adjoining Albert G. Bowles, Edmund Wash, Fretwell's Road, John Hope and Anderson Gammon.
Book: X, Page: 77, Grantor: Anderson Trice and Martha his wife, Grantee: John L. Trice, Date: 03-Sep-1838
Anderson Trice and Martha his wife to John L. Trice all of Louisa $510 for 102 acres being part of tract allotted to me belonging to estate of William Trice Sen. adjoining Geo. W. Trice on Duckinghole Creek, William Beadles, Arnett, Old Office Road, Tommahawk Road. Wit. Dabney H. Trice, Robt. B. Rennolds, Semple Goodwin. Sig. Anderson Trice and Martha Trice.
Book: X, Page: 82, Grantor: James M. Trice and Catharine G. Trice his wife, Grantee: Wm. S. Walton, Date: 19-Mar-1840
James M. Trice and Catharine G. Trice his wife of Louisa to Wm. S. Walton of same $613 for tract on Cub Creek containing 1531/4 acres adj. David Smith, Simeon Walton, Newel Baker, Wilson Herring, Sig. James M. Trice and Catharine G. Trice.
Book: X, Page: 86, Grantor: Saml. P. Wade, Grantee: Archibald F. Thomas, Date: 17-Apr-1840
Saml. P. Wade to Archibald F. Thomas of Louisa $400 for undivided 1/4 part of tract containing 511/2 acres adjoining Deep Creek, Old Mountain road, Cartersville Road, David Armstrong, heirs of Garland Thompson dec'd. being interest Wade derived from his mother Ann c. Hollins.
Book: X, Page: 97, Grantor: Thomas Johnson and Martha his wife, Grantee: Philip H. Jones, Philip B. Winston, Jr., Date: 01-May-1840
Thomas Johnson and Martha his wife of Louisa County to Philip H. Jones, Philip B. Winston, Jr., for $81 for tract adjoining John Anderson, Mrs. Mary Atkins, Fontaine Bunch being land Thomas Johnson purchased of Thomas Sims containing 81 acres.
Book: X, Page: 104, Grantor: Thomas Mayberry and wife Elinor, Grantee: John Hunter and William Stout, Date: 18-May-1840
Thomas Mayberry and wife Elinor, to John Hunter and William Stout $25,000 on waters of contrary Creek with furnace for making iron ore, Engine fixtures, iron ore banks and all ore of every description in or upon lands, a tract conveyed to Thomas Mayberry by John Timberlake of Albemarle co. 27 Jul 1838 recorded 4 Jan 1839 containing 421 acres except 30 acres which Thomas Mayberry conveyed to Simeon Kaiser 30 Dec 1839 leaving 421 acres. Also tract sold to Thomas Mayberry by William Sizer and Panelia his wife of Louisa 19 Feb 1839 cont. 70 acres also tract conveyed Mayberry by John Ellis and Mildred W. his wife, David M. Hunter and Sarah J. his wife and John Ellis atty in fact for James Bibb and wife dated 1 Jan 1840 29 1/4 acres which is remainder of tract of land owned by Ellis, Hunter and Bibb after selling 75 acres to the President and directors of the Forked Run Mining co. said 29 1/4 acres embraces the iron ore bank from which ore is now got to supply the Victoria furnace.
Book: X, Page: 136, Grantor: Hancock, Larkin B. & wife, Grantee: Cosby, Wingfield, Date: 30-Jan-1840
Book: X, Page: 167, Grantor: Joseph Vest, Grantee: Joseph Lipscomb., Date: 28-Jul-1840
Joseph Vest of Louisa to Joseph Lipscomb. All of sd. Vest title in property he may have through his wife Susanna W. Vest formerly Susanna W. Lipscomb in the estate of James Beadles, dec'd. of Louisa by sd. Beadles will. Wit. Jno Poindexter, Pulaski P. Porter. Jos Vest indebted to Lipscomb $400, Sig. Jos. Vest.
Book: X, Page: 198, Grantor: William Walton, Grantee: Nathaniel Thompson, Date: 17-Sep-1840
William Walton and Nathaniel Thompson for $100 for tract on Beaver Creek cont. 4 or 5 acres adjoining Margaret Poindexter, courthouse tract, sd. William Walton, Dr. William Beadles and Beaver Creek.
Book: X, Page: 201, Grantor: Waldrop, John P. F., Grantee: Jackson, Elisha, Date: 08-Dec-1838
Book: X, Page: 201, Grantor: Frances Waldrop and Benjamin S. Waldrop and Maria , Grantee: Elisha Jackson, Date: 08-Dec-1838
Frances Waldrop widow and relict and Benjamin S. Waldrop and Maria L. his wife, John H. Britt and Mainda B. his wife who was Malinda B. Waldrop, George B. Britt and Jane F. his wife who was Jane F. Waldrop, John P. R. Waldrop and Mary J. his wife, William D. Waldrop and Ann J. his wife, Samuel M. Pettit and Frances S. his wife who was Francis S. Waldrop and Thomas A. Waldrop heirs and legatees of Thomas Waldrop, dec'd. to Elisha Jackson of Louisa for $290.83 for tract with appurtenances containing 31 3/4 acres adjoining William Waldrop, Sr. and Patrick Harris estate on Indian Creek, David Richardson, Waldrop family burying ground, John Gentry, it being part of the land Thos. Waldrop, dec'd. died seized.
Book: X, Page: 201, Grantor: Waldrop, Francis, Grantee: Jackson, Elisha, Date: 08-Dec-1838
Book: X, Page: 201, Grantor: Waldrop, Benjamin S. & wife, Grantee: Jackson, Elisha, Date: 08-Dec-1838
Book: X, Page: 243, Grantor: Bickerton W. Mallory, Grantee: Samuel Mallory, Date: 01-Oct-1840
Bickerton W. Mallory of Richmond to Samuel Mallory of Louisa $200 for 2 Negro boys and also 1/2 of my undivided interest in tract of land now in possession of my father Richard Mallory in Louisa containing 172 acres.
Book: X, Page: 260, Grantor: Geo. W. Moss, Grantee: James A Moss, Date: 01-Jul-1840
Geo. W. Moss of Louisa Co. 1st, Owen C. Morris of Goochland 2nd., James A. Moss of Louisa 3rd. Geo. W. Moss indebted to James A Moss $104.5 note dated May 1837 and $500 note dated 1 Jul 1840. In trust tract Geo. W. Moss now lives cont. 70 acres adj. Meriwether Hoggard and others, cattle, horses, hogs etc. Sig. George W. Moss.
Book: X, Page: 283, Grantor: Thomas Johnson, Grantee: , Date:
Thomas Johnson appoints John Hunter his attorney in fact to put his name as security on 3 bonds executed to the Governor. 11 Jan. 1841.
Book: X, Page: 301, Grantor: Thomas Johnson, Grantee: William Nelson, Date:
Bonds Thomas Johnson and other for William Nelson is continued in office of Sheriff of Louisa County for 1 year next after the expiration of his first commission.
Book: X, Page: 303, Grantor: Charles Minor and Lucy W. his wife, John B. Minor , Grantee: William F. Johnson, Date: 18-Dec-1840
Charles Minor and Lucy W. his wife, John B. Minor and Martha M. his wife of Albemarle to William F. Johnson for $2,870 for tract on South Anna River which was conveyed to Charles and John B. Minor in proportions of 1/3 to the former and 2/3 to the latter but in undivided shares by Lancelot Minor the elder by deed containing 400-4200 acres and is a part of a larger tract known as Pine Hill adjoining William Meredith.
Book: X, Page: 306, Grantor: William Walton and Patsy his wife, Grantee: John Carpenter, Date: 17-Nov-1837
William Walton and Patsy his wife to John Carpenter $135 for tract adjoining Carpenter road from Elk Creek to Contrary being land whereon Richard T. Roberts now lives.
Book: X, Page: 306, Grantor: Robert Dalton, Grantee: Thomas Ogg, Date: 18-Feb-1841
Robert Dalton commissioner appointed by the Court of Louisa to Thomas Ogg of Louisa. In suit 11 Dec 1838 Robertson's admor. vs. Robertson &oc, it was decreed that Robert Dalton be appointed special commissioner to sell 50 acres land sold by Peter Crawford, dec'd. to Arthur Robertson. Thomas Ogg was the highest bidder at $215. Rec. 8 Feb 1841.
Book: X, Page: 307, Grantor: Thomas W. Johnson and Sarah Q. his wife, Grantee: , Date: 17-Nov-2000
Thomas W. Johnson and Sarah Q. his wife of Powhatan to ____ Melton of Louisa $33 all our share of will of Parson John Poindexter, dec'd. near Yanceyville. Justices of Chesterfield certify for Johnsons.
Book: X, Page: 319, Grantor: William F. Johnson, Grantee: Charles and John B. Minor, Date: 15-Jan-1841
William F. Johnson of Louisa 1st, Lancelot Minor, Jr. 2nd and Charles Minor and John B. Minor of Albemarle 3rd. Johnson indebted to Charles and John B. Minor $1,500. In trust tract on Southanna River adjoining William Meredith containing between 400-500 acres called Pine Hill conveyed to Johnson by Charles and John B. Minor.
Book: X, Page: 325, Grantor: Geo. W. Moss, Grantee: Reuben Gilbert and Meriwether S. Hoggard, Date: 15-Oct-1838
Geo. W. Moss of Fluvanna Co. to Reuben Gilbert and Meriwether S. Hoggard of Louisa to secure $150 due Andrew Hoggard tract in Louisa cont. 771/2 acres.
Book: X, Page: 325, Grantor: James L. Harris and Sarah M., Grantee: Anderson Talley, Date:
Whereas a debt secured by deed of trust in DB 1835 p 595 has been paid by James L. Harris, I do hereby release said Harris and land. Sig. William N. Waldrop and Anderson Talley. DB U p 595 18 Aug.1835 James L. Harris and Sarah M. His wife 1st, William N. Waldrop 2nd, and Anderson Talley 3rd; Harris and wife indebted to Anderson Talley $400.; In trust land on east side of North East Creek containing 130 acres adjoining John Waldrop, Dr. William Goodwin, John Thomasson. Being land purchased by James L. Harris of William Y. Hiter and Jane his wife. Also land on south of main road containing 50 1/4 acres adjoining Hugh Goodwin, Jr., William N. Waldrop, John Thomasson and the land belonging to heirs of Joseph C. Eggleston, Dec'd. ( Released DB 1841 p 325)
Book: X, Page: 356, Grantor: William N. Waldrop and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: James L. Harris, Date: 26-Feb-1841
William N. Waldrop and Elizabeth his wife of Hanover to James L. Harris of Louisa $425 on head waters of a branch of Dirty Swamp and both sides of main Road from Louisa CH to Richmond, 88 acres adjoining James L. Harris, Hugh Goodwin, Jr. except 8 acres known as the property of Joseph Steven and conveyed to him by Andrew Stevens. Sig. William N. and Elizabeth Waldrop. Jesse Winn and Roscow Lipscomb, justices of Hanover co., certify for Waldrop. Rec. 20 Mar 1841.
Book: X, Page: 360, Grantor: Zedekiah W. Gibson and Nancy his wife, Grantee: John Purcell and Nancy his wife who was, Date: 21-Apr-1841
Zedekiah W. Gibson and Nancy his wife of Louisa to John Purcell and Nancy his wife who was formerly Nancy Gibson of Louisa for $60 for 20 acres on Roundabout Creek adj. sd. Gibson, James Parrish, Bibbs road. Sig. Z. W. Gibson .
Book: X, Page: 373, Grantor: Frederick Perkins, Grantee: Eleven Smith, Date: 06-Nov-1840
Frederick Perkins of Louisa executor of Evelina Johnson, dec'd., Colin Johnson and Mary A., his wife, of Albemarle; William F. Johnson of Louisa to Eleven Smith of Louisa for $589.76 tract which Roderick Johnson died seized containing 194 acres; 186 acres being a portion thereof is contained in the following lines adjoining Phil Reynolds and Kent, Ridge Road, Henson, Poindexter, Creek, John Sergeant, A Desper; the other 8 acres being balance adjoining above on the south and known as Kent's tract. all 194 acres to Eleven Smith. Sig. Frederick Perkins, Colin Johnson (Albemarle), Mary Ann Johnson (Albemarle), Benjamin S. Johnson (Albemarle), Seymore Johnson (Albemarle), Mildred A. Johnson (Albemarle), William F. Johnson (Albemarle).
Book: X, Page: 385, Grantor: Joseph W. Pendleton and Elizabeth H. his wife, Grantee: James L. Harris, Date: 10-Jun-1841
Joseph W. Pendleton and Elizabeth H. his wife of Louisa to James L. Harris of Louisa $500, near waters of North East Creek purchased some years ago by Joseph K. Pendlton from one Houchins containing 147 1/2 acres adjoining Anthony Waddy. Land now in possession of Lewis Thomasson and others, said land having been in James L. Harris possession for several years. Sig. Jos. W. Pendleton and Elizabeth H. Pendlton. William Waddy and William Anderson certify as Justices of Louisa. Rec. 14 Jun 1841.
Book: X, Page: 409, Grantor: Thomas Johnson and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: Samuel Hughson, Date: 11-May-1841
Thomas Johnson and Elizabeth his wife of Louisa to Samuel Hughson for $120 for tract on both sides Old Mountain Road, much greater part lies on the south side containing 11 acres bounded entirely by lands of George Vest. wit. Pleasant Hackett, Daniel A. Saunders, William W. McGehee, Edmund Bullock. Sig. Thomas Johnson and Elizabeth (x) Johnson.
Book: X, Page: 415, Grantor: John Foster Junior, Grantee: Lydall B. Parsons 2nd and Augustus Parso, Date: 14-Apr-1841
John Foster Junior to Lydall B. Parsons 2nd and Augustus Parsons 3rd. John Foster indebted to Augustus Parsons $200. In trust tract on headwaters of Taylor's Creek containing 60 acres where Foster resides adjoining David Richardson, William Waldrop and others. sig. John Foster, Jr.. wit. Elisha Jackson, David Richardson, Francis Anthony, Michael Anderson.
Book: X, Page: 423, Grantor: Aaron Lowery and Mary his wife, Grantee: Charles Brooks, Date: 01-Jul-1840
Aaron Lowery and Mary his wife who was Mary Harris, James Ryan and Jememia Ryan his wife who was Jememia Harris, William O. Harris and Sarah Harris his wife, John A. Harris and Mary W. his wife and John O. Moss to Charles Brooks, $50 for tract on south side of Indian Creek adjoining William Waldrop and John Gentry, 33 acres being tract Patrick Harris died seized. Wit. David Richardson, Austin Gentry, Mourning G. Gentry, Nathl. Talley, Francis Dabney, David Richardson.
Book: X, Page: 430, Grantor: James T. Wright and Charles Wright, Grantee: Jno. R. Vest, Date: 31-Jul-1841
James T. Wright & Charles Wright indebted to Jno. R. Vest as assignee of John Beadles for $2,500, Starke W. Mans? and Wm. D. Hunter trustees. In trust tract containing 187 acres being part of old tract of James T. Wrights father conveyed to him by Meriwether and Charles Wright and slaves.
Book: X, Page: 433, Grantor: John Hughes, William Hughes, Mary Hughes, Steward , Grantee: William F. Toler, Date: 28-Jul-1841
John Hughes, William Hughes, Mary Hughes, Steward Ward and Rebeccah his wife, William Thompson and Sarah his wife, Morris M. Mason and Charity his wife to William F. Toler for $200; 400 acres. Grantors heirs of William Hughes the younger deceased, conveying William Hughes the younger's share of estate of William Hughes the Elder, dec'd. Justices of Charlotte Co. certify for John Hughes, William Hughes, Mary Hughes, Steward Ward, William Thompson, and Morris M. Mason. Rec. 28 Jul 1841.
Book: X, Page: 433, Grantor: Hughes, John, Grantee: Toler, William, Date: 28-Jul-1841
Book: X, Page: 452, Grantor: Geo. Vest one, Grantee: , Date: 30-Nov-1838
Geo. Vest one of the commissioners to appraise damage done to property of Jesse Perkins by the Virginia Central Rail Road laying their tracks. 30 Nov 1838.
Book: X, Page: 458, Grantor: William Harris and Polly his wife, Grantee: John C. G. Goodwin, Date: 30-Aug-1840
William Harris and Polly his wife of Louisa to John C. G. Goodwin of same $125 for tract adjoining Mrs. Susan Tranham, Jonathan Paine, James Harris, John P. Smith and others containing 50 acres being same land given to said William Harris by David Bullock then of Richmond recorded Louisa. Sig. Wm. Harris and Polly Harris.
Book: X, Page: 467, Grantor: Hancock, Benjamin & wife, Grantee: Pettus, Barbara, Date: 28-Aug-1841
Book: X, Page: 470, Grantor: Robert Dalton, Grantee: , Date: 21-Aug-1841
Robert Dalton, special Commissioner in suit William F. Toler vs. John Hughes, William Hughes, Mary Hughes, Steward Ward and Rebeccah his wife, William Thompson and Sarah his wife, Morris M. Mason and Charity his wife, Susan Dunn and James Dunn, Pleasants Dunn, Ellison Dunn, Robert Dunn, Susan Dunn, Alen G. Gooch and Champness Terry and Nancy his wife, Robert, Nancy, Betsy, Ruth, Hannah, Salley Hughes and heirs of Ruth Gooch formerly Ruth Dunn (vis) James Dunn, Ellison Dunn, Robert Dunn, Susan Dunn of the heirs of Joshua Dunn and heirs of Ruth Gooch; 400 acres left by William Hughes to descend to his heirs and to said William F. Toler of Goochland $711.11. Wit: James Toler, Richard Toler, Martha A. Toler.
Book: X, Page: 470, Grantor: Robert Dalton, Grantee: Wm. F. Toler, Date: 21-Aug-1841
Robert Dalton appointed special commissioner in suit W. F. Toler, John M. Hughes, Wm. Hughes, Steward Ward and Rebecca his wife, Wm. Thompson and Sarah his wife, Moses M. Mason and Charity his wife, Susan Dunn and James D., Pleasants D., Ellison, Robert D., Susan D. and Allen G. Gooch plaintiffs vs. Champness Terry and Nancy his wife, Robert, Nancy Betsy, Ruth, Hannah and Sally Hughes and the heirs of Ruth Gooch formerly Ruth Dunn viz. James D., Pleasant D., Ellison, Robert D., Susan D., and Allen G. Gooch are defendants by decree 13 Aug 1841 to convey to Wm. F. Toler undivided interest of Susan Dunn of the heirs of Joshua Hughes and of the heirs of Ruth Gooch in a tract of 400 acres left by William Hughes to descend to his heirs and Wm. F. Toler of Goochland of the other part.
Book: X, Page: 487, Grantor: Robert Chewning, Grantee: James Winston and Co., Date: 22-Oct-1841
Robert Chewning of Louisa forfeited bond to James Winston and Co. for $108.02 and John Elliot against Chewning and Meredith Fox for $360.01 with John Beadles as security. Chewing puts in trust Negro Ralph, Charlotte, horse, mare, furniture, etc. Also sd. Roberts Chewnings interest in the estate of his deceased father Reuben Chewning also his tobacco crop and interest of Chewning in a mill in Louisa Co. on waters of Peters Creek and also the land with the mill. Starke W. Morris is to be trustee.
Book: X, Page: 489, Grantor: Wade Mills, Grantee: Quarles and Kent, Date: 20-Oct-1841
Wade Mills indebted to Quarles and Kent $293.83. John Hunter trustee. In trust 2 tracts in Louisa co. 1st is 134 acres adjoining John White being tract Wade Mills lives, 2nd. 342 acres being tract Mills bought of William O. Morris. Sig. Wade Mills.
Book: X, Page: 492, Grantor: Archibald Christmas, Grantee: David M. Foster, Date: 27-Feb-1841
Archibald Christmas of Louisa to David M. Foster of same for $60 tract of land Archibald Christmas, David M. Foster and John Richardson now live it being the entire trace devised by John Richardson dec'd. late of Louisa by his will to his daughter Jean who intermarried with said Archibald Christmas and the birth of a child having taken place. wit. Daniel Richardson, Francis Dabney, Elizabeth F. Dabney, Benjamin F. Richardson.
Book: X, Page: 500, Grantor: Robert Hart and Elizabeth S. Hart his wife, Grantee: Charles G. Goodman, Date: 08-Nov-1841
Robert Hart and Elizabeth S. Hart his wife of Louisa to Charles G. Goodman of Orange $6.50/acre for tract adjoining Jno. R. Ragland, William Davis and oc being tract where Hart resides which he purchased of Sneed and Ellis commissioners by decree 13 Jun 1837, containing 463 acres adjoining Wm. Davis, Ragland, Caroline road.
Book: X, Page: 526, Grantor: Jane R. Riordan, John Hunter 2nd, Mary E. Chewning, Grantee: Mary E. Chewning, Date: 11-Dec-1841
Jane R. Riordan, John Hunter 2nd, Mary E. Chewning wife of Robert Chewning and daughter of Jane R. Riordan of 3rd. For love and affection that she bears to her daughter Mary E. Chewning and $1, Jane R. Riordan has given and sold to John Hunter trustee 1 Negro girl named Mealy and her increase, 1 filly of the Roanoke stock, 1 bed and furniture, 1 mattress, 1 table, 1 side saddle and 10 chairs freed from the claims of Jane R. Riordan and free from any other person whosoever. In trust for the separate use of Mary E. Chewning independent of her husband, Robert Chewning. If the Negroes are hired out it must be only by the consent of Mary E. Chewning and all monies paid to her and her children. At the death of Mary E. Chewning the Negro and her increase and other property equally divided amongst children of Mary E. Sig. Jane R. Riordan. Rec. 11 Dec 1841.
Book: X, Page: 541, Grantor: William A. Robinson and Ann T. his wife, Grantee: John C. Talley, Date: 30-Dec-1841
William A. Robinson and Ann T. his wife to John C. Talley all of Louisa $275 for 50 acres being tract purchased of Hugh Goodwin and Bartholomew Whitlock and wife and also interest of sd. Whitlock and wife in dower land of Nancy Dickinson widow of Charles Dickenson dec'd. purchased of sd. B. Whitlock and wife by sd. Robinson. Said 50 acres descended from Charles Dickenson dec'd. lying on waters of Little Creek adjoining on N. by Charles M. Dickenson, South by Enos Gunter's Estate, West by dower land of Nancy Dickenson and other. Sig. William A. Roberson and Ann T. Roberson justices J. F. Quarles and F. W. Jones certify. Rec. 30 Dec 1841.
Book: X, Page: 586, Grantor: Elizabeth Harts, Grantee: , Date: 12-Feb-1842
Elizabeth Harts relinquishment to above deed 12 Feb 1842.
Book: X, Page: 587, Grantor: Anthony Waddy and Elizabeth T. Waddy, his wife, Grantee: Thomas B. Harris, Date: 13-Jan-1842
Anthony Waddy and Elizabeth T. Waddy, his wife of Louisa to Thomas B. Harris of Louisa $300, containing 100 acres adjoining Mordecai Thomasson, Elias Thomasson, John Waldrop. Sig. Anthony and Elizabeth Waddy. Wit: William J. Pendleton and William C. Nelson, justices. Rec. 2 Feb 1842
Book: X, Page: 597, Grantor: Thomas Johnson, Grantee: Pleasant Hackett, Date:
Thomas Johnson and others on bond Pleasant Hackett appointed Sheriff from expiration of present sheriff and continued until 1st Quarterly session. Recorded 14 Feb. 1842.
Book: X, Page: 600, Grantor: Dunn, Martin & Martha, Grantee: Wood, William, Date: 12-Mar-1842
Martin Dunn and Martha, his wife, to William Wood for $5.00 per acre, land on both sides of Harris Creek, 70 acres. Corner to William Wood, S80W; 75.5C; Maple corner to Wood; N34E; 81C; Thompson Gooch corner in Perkins line; S30E; 21.25C; Three small white oak, corner to Gooch; N61E; 13.5C; white oak corner to Gooch; S29E; 26C; maple corner to Gooch; S54W; 10C; alder bushes corner to Wood; S21E; 15.5C; end
Book: Y, Page: 5, Grantor: Francis Amos to David Jones of 2nd part, Joseph H., Grantee: David Jones, Date: 18-Feb-1842
Deed of trust 18 Feb 1842 Francis Amos to David Jones of 2nd part, Joseph H. Amos of 3rd part all of Louisa. Francis Amos indebted to Joseph H. Amos $150 to be paid 18 Feb 1843 loaned on 15 Oct 1837, In trust to David Jones trustee livestock, farm tools, etc. Sig. Francis (X) Amos, David Jones (X), Joseph (X) Amos. wit. Hiram Sanders, David P Bunch, Thomas B. Walker, Daniel R. Amos. Rec. 15 Mar 1842.
Book: Y, Page: 7, Grantor: Archibald F. Thomas, Grantee: Thomas C. Turner, Date: 18-Oct-1841
Archibald F. Thomas to Thomas C. Turner $1,600 tract adjoining Thomas C. Turner, Joel Thomas, Charles Nuckolls being land purchased by Arch. Thomas from Lucian Minor atty-in-fact containing 197 1/2 acres.
Book: Y, Page: 9, Grantor: John Foster Sr., Grantee: Betsy Dickeson, Date: 23-Apr-1840
John Foster, Sr. of Louisa to Betsy Dickeson a free woman of color for $40 for a tract in Louisa containing 6 1/2 acres adjoining Foster, Francis Anthony, David Richardson. It being lot # 6 allotted Augustine Gentry in division of land to heirs of George Gentry with exception of 1 acre Foster sold to Francis Anthony. Sig. John Foster. Recorded 12 Apr 1842.
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