Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book Y

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Book: Y, Page: 33, Grantor: William O. Johnson, Grantee: David T. Johnson, Date: 15-May-1843
William O. Johnson of Shelby Co. Tennessee for $800 to David T. Johnson of Louisa being lot #8 in tract of Thomas Johnson, dec'd. adjoining E. Melton, Yanceyville Road containing 93 acres.

Book: Y, Page: 48, Grantor: Lewis Harris, Grantee: William Ellis, Date: 10-Jun-1842
Lewis Harris of Louisa 1st, John Poindexter, Jr. of same 2nd and William Ellis of Chesterfield and John Graves of Louisa 3rd. Lewis Harris is indebted to William Ellis $660 and to John Graves $23 by bond 23 Mar 1842. In trust slaves, 2 horses, stock, plantation tools, household furniture etc. Sig. Lewis Harris Rec. 11 Jun 1842.

Book: Y, Page: 49, Grantor: Bibb, John & wife, Grantee: Hancock, Austin Jr., Date:  
[no abstract]

Book: Y, Page: 53, Grantor: James A. Moss and Martha his wife, Grantee: Pleasant Moss, Date: 01-Jan-1842
James A. Moss and Martha his wife of Louisa to Pleasant Moss of Fluvanna for $600 for 126 acres in Louisa adjoining James Webb, Leas old tract, Jonathan Payne being part of old Drake tract upon which James A. Moss now resides. Sig. James A. Moss. Recorded 13 Jun 1842.

Book: Y, Page: 69, Grantor: McCalley Kennon, Wade Mills and John S. Buck, Grantee: Ann Morris, Date: 11-Jul-1842
McCalley Kennon, Wade Mills and John S. Buck to Ann Morris. Ann Morris executed a deed of trust to Kennon, Mills and Buck 28 March 1835 in trust a tract on Fork Creek containing 96 acres and her interest in the estate of John Lea, dec'd. then in possession of Rachel Lea to secure to Buck a bond of $200. Paid in full and released.

Book: Y, Page: 95, Grantor: William Ellis, Grantee: Lewis Harris, Date: 11-Aug-1842
William Ellis sold to Lewis Harris of Louisa a tract in Louisa being same upon which Harris now resides and which Dr. Duke died seized and possessed in which bargain he stipulated to see that his four children heirs of Louisa Ellis who was Louisa Duke daughter of said Dr. Duke should after they arrive at age 21 convey their title or interest in said land to Harris. William Henry Ellis one of the children of said William Ellis and heir of said Louisa Ellis formerly Louisa Duke to Lewis Harris all his title to said tract where Harris now resides being his 1/4 part. Sig. William H. Ellis Rec. 11 Aug 1842.

Book: Y, Page: 100, Grantor: Hundley, Margaret, Grantee: May, John S., Date:  
$1,000 family of negros (see names in DB DD, p. 77)

Book: Y, Page: 109, Grantor: William Galt Johnson, Grantee:  , Date:  
I William Galt Johnson of Parish of Claiborne in Louisiana appointed John Poindexter, Jr. of Louisa lawful attorney to recover and receive all monies which I may be entitled from my grandfather Thomas Tinsleys estate late of Hanover Co., and to give receipts, etc. 10 Sept. 1842.

Book: Y, Page: 128, Grantor: Peter S. Barret, Grantee: Mary Barret, Date:  
Agreement between Peter S. Barret of Louisa and Waller Holladay and Sarah K. Holladay his wife, Samuel Mallory and Mary Ann Mallory his wife of Louisa and Alexander B. Barret and John H. Barret of Henderson, Kentucky and William T. Barret of Richmond. Whereas Peter S. Barret has slaves coming to him from Mary Barret late of Louisa and desires to give them to his children who are parties of the second part.

Book: Y, Page: 143, Grantor: Archibald W. Thompson, Grantee: Mary J. Thompson, George R. Thompson, Frances A. T, Date:  
Archibald W. Thompson for love I bear my children to wit. Mary J. Thompson, George R. Thompson, Frances A. Thompson, Andrew J. Thompson Negroes Matilda, Ben, claim to estate of my dec'd. father Richard M. Thompson, dec'.d and mother Mary Thompson's estate which she now has in her possession including beds and furniture.

Book: Y, Page: 154, Grantor: Edmund Nuckolls and Martha Ann his wife, Mordecai , Grantee: Joseph K. Pendleton, Date: 12-Sep-1842
Edmund Nuckolls and Martha Ann his wife, Mordecai J. Nuckolls and Caroline his wife, John Watkins and Elizabeth D. his wife, John b. Nuckolls and Mary Ann his wife to Joseph K. Pendleton for $102 tract on North East Creek cont. 251/2 acres being part of tract divided among representatives of John Thomasson, dec'd. and part of tract said Thomasson resided at the time of his death which was allotted by commissioners to said 1st parties as portion of their interest in real estate of said John Thomasson, dec'd. being same lot which adjoins lots of same tract which were allotted to children of Nancy Shepherson, dec'd. to Thomas Thomasson.

Book: Y, Page: 167, Grantor: Joseph Talley and Wm. N. Waldrop and Elizabeth his, Grantee: Richard Talley, Date: 01-Oct-1842
Joseph Talley & Wm. N. Waldrop and Elizabeth his wife all of Hanover, Nathan Talley & Prudence his wife, Samuel Talley & Evelina his wife, Parsons Barrett & Mary his wife, Anderson Talley of Louisa, William C. Talley & Sarah his wife of town of Cartersville, Va., Meriwether Talley & Delilah his wife of Culpeper, to Richard Talley of Spotsylvania for #3,150 undivided interest in tract in Louisa on North East Creek cont. 102 acres adjoining Dr. Wm. Goodwin, Edmund N. Eggleston, Fendal Chiles, John Morrison, Robert T. Gooch, Joseph Grady, George Kennon, E. Pendleton, John Waldrop. Justices of Cumberland Co. certify for Wm. C. Talley 1 Oct 1842. Justices of Hanover certify for William N. Waldrop and wife Elizabeth Waldrop 1 Oct 1842. Justices of Culpeper Co. certify for Meriwether and Delilah Talley. [These are the heirs of William Talley, son of Nathan

Book: Y, Page: 174, Grantor: Albert G. Chewning and Nicey H. his wife, Grantee: Robert D. Chewning, Date: 19-Oct-1830
Albert G. Chewning and Nicey H. his wife to Robert D. Chewning of Louisa $1700 for tract including the mill adjoining Louisa Road, Nathaniel Ragland, Chewning, Wash, Gibson, Henry Chewning, Lemay, Napper, Quarles, Crawford, Micajah containing 409 acres being same tract sold to sd. Albert by Mrs. Nancy Downing and others by deed 9 Oct 1835. Albert retains a lien on the land until bond Robert executed to him are paid. when paid the money is to go to Mrs. Nancy Downing and her heirs that sum being yet unpaid by Albert Chewning. and a suit in chancery is now pending. Sig. A. G. Chewning and Nicey H. Chewning. Justices of Amherst Co., Va. certify for Albert and Nicey H. wife. 26 Apr 1841.

Book: Y, Page: 179, Grantor: William F. Toler, Grantee: William F. Toler Anthony Waddy and Elizabeth his w, Date: 12-Dec-1842
William F. Toler, trustee to deed of trust by Anthony Waddy and Elizabeth his wife for benefit of Robert T. Gooch of the first part to Anderson Talley all of Louisa. $416.52 for 104 acres adjoining James L. Harris, Lewis Thomasson, John Waldrop and others being land whereon said Waddy now resides. Wit. John Thomason, Thomas Gooch, John Morrison, Murwood Estes. ( Margin note Sent to Anderson Talley by James Talley per his request.)

Book: Y, Page: 183, Grantor: Ulegate, Weston, Grantee: Wheeler, John H., Date: 13-Oct-1842
[no abstract]

Book: Y, Page: 185, Grantor: Ulegate, Weston, Grantee: Wheeler, John H., Date: 01-Oct-1842
[no abstract]

Book: Y, Page: 229, Grantor: Samuel Mallory, Grantee:  , Date: 18-Jan-1843
Samuel Mallory 1st, Wm. J. Pendleton and Madison Pendleton 2nd. Mary Ann Mallory wife of said Samuel 3rd all of Louisa. In trust Negro, Elizabeth, to support Mary Ann and her children free from control of Samuel Mallory.

Book: Y, Page: 232, Grantor: Thomas Johnson, Grantee: Mary Ann Johnson, Date: 20-Jan-1843
Thomas Johnson indebted to Mary Ann Johnson $50 and William Johnson $50 deed of trust on personal property with Hiram Sanders and Edward Poindexter trustees.

Book: Y, Page: 232, Grantor: Thomas Johnson, Grantee: Mary Ann Johnson, Date: 20-Jan-1843
Deed trust Thomas Johnson indebted to Mary Ann Johnson $50 and to William Johnson $50. In trust 3 beds, press, carriage and gear, 3 horses, oxen, calves, etc.

Book: Y, Page: 241, Grantor: Daniel A. Saunders, Grantee: Alex. C. Vest and Pleasant Hackett and W, Date: 04-Feb-1843
Deed of trust Daniel A. Saunders indebted to Alex. C. Vest and Pleasant Hackett and Wm. M. McGehee operating as Hacket and McGehee and John R. Vest.

Book: Y, Page: 251, Grantor: John Kenny, Grantee: James L. Harris, Date: 16-Feb-1843
John Kenny of Louisa 1st part, George Fisher of Louisa 2nd part and James L. Harris 3rd, John Kenny indebted to James L. Harris for $199.92 bond dated 16 Feb 1843. In trust livestock, blacksmith tools, furniture, etc.

Book: Y, Page: 263, Grantor: William Johnson, Grantee: Thomas Johnson, Date:  
William Johnson some years ago gave to his brother Thomas Johnson a small tract of land cont. about 11 acres lying on the old Mountain Road an at present bounded entirely by the lands of George Vest and sd. William Johnson neglected to give a deed for same to his brother Thomas and of late the said Thomas has sold the above mentioned lad to Samuel Hughson and conveyed the same by deed record Clerks off Louisa. Now William Johnson and Eliza his wife do hereby relinquish all right and title to above mentioned land confirming the deed made by Thomas Johnson and his wife . 10 Feb. 1843,. Sig. Wm. Johnson.

Book: Y, Page: 287, Grantor: Ulegate, Paul, Grantee: Wheeler, John H., Date: 21-Feb-1842
[no abstract]

Book: Y, Page: 289, Grantor: Stephen T. Pulliam admor., Grantee: Albert G. Bowles, Date: 30-Dec-1842
Stephen T. Pulliam admor. of Zachariah Pulliam dec'd., William W. Pulliam and Elizabeth his wife to Albert G. Bowles or $200, 50 acres being tract purchased by William W. Pulliam of estate of Zachariah Pulliam dec'd. and sold by William W. Pulliam and Elizabeth his wife to the said Albert G. Bowles adjoining William Gammon, John Hope, Mary A. Anderson and said Albert G. Bowles. sig. S. T. Pulliam admor of Zachariah Pulliam, William W. Pulliam and Elizabeth Pulliam. Justices of Hanover certify or Stephen and William W. Pulliam and Elizabeth Pulliam 6 Mar 1842.

Book: Y, Page: 322, Grantor: James C. Dickenson and Mary his wife, Grantee: Anderson Trice, Date: 20-Dec-1842
James C. Dickenson and Mary his wife of Louisa to Anderson Trice for $350 for tract adj. Michael Road, branch, David Bronough containing 66 3/4 acres. Sig. James Cole Dickenson. wit. Samuel O. Nelson, Thos. N. Trice, Dabney A. Trice.

Book: Y, Page: 324, Grantor: John Foster and Theodosia his wife, Grantee: Abner Burnley, Date: 21-Jan-1843
John Foster & Theodosia his wife of Louisa to Abner Burnley of same $337 for tract on headwaters of Taylor's Creek containing 60 acres more or less adjoining Francis Anthony, David Richardson, Nathaniel Talley & others. Sig. John Foster, Jr. and Theodosia Foster. Wm. Meredith and David Richardson take relinquishment of Theodosia 21 Jan 1843.

Book: Y, Page: 326, Grantor: Waldrop, John & wife, Grantee: Anthony, Francis, Date: 24-Jan-1842
[no abstract]

Book: Y, Page: 326, Grantor: Waldrop, Elizabeth, Grantee: Anthony, Francis, Date: 24-Jun-1842
[no abstract]

Book: Y, Page: 326, Grantor: Elizabeth Waldrop, Grantee: Francis Anthony, Date: 26-Jan-1842
Elizabeth Waldrop widow of William Waldrop, Dec'd., Richard Waldrop and Mary Waldrop his wife, Robert Gentry and Jane Gentry his wife, William W. Harris and Mary Harris his wife, Spotswood G. Waldrop and Roxanna C. Waldrop his wife, William Waldrop and Grace Y. Waldrop his wife, Elizabeth C. Waldrop, Samuel Waldrop and Lucy Waldrop his wife, Thomas Waldrop and Mary E. Waldrop his wife, Francis Waldrop and Susan Waldrop his wife, John Waldrop and Jane Waldrop his wife heirs of William Waldrop dec'd. to Francis Anthony of Louisa $410; for 100 1/4 acres adjoining John Foster, John Gentry, Charles Brooks, Elisha Jackson, David Richardson.

Book: Y, Page: 333, Grantor: William Q. Johnson, Grantee: David Johnson, Date: 15-May-1843
I William Q. Johnson of Shelby County Tennessee for $800 to David Johnson of Louisa Va. tract in Louisa as No. 8 in tract belonging to heirs of Thos. Johnson adj. E. Melton, down Yanceyville road, cont. 93 acres with appurtenances. Sig. Wm. Q. Johnson. 15 May 1843.

Book: Y, Page: 340, Grantor: John Foster Sr., Grantee: Mahalda Kersey, Date: 23-Apr-1840
John Foster, Sr. of Louisa to Mahalda Kersey of same $10 for 1 acre adjoining Nathaniel Talley, David Richardson, John Foster, Jr. Sig. John Foster.

Book: Y, Page: 347, Grantor: Charles Poindexter, Grantee: David Butler, Date: 28-Jan-1843
Charles Poindexter of Louisa to David Butler, $500 two tracts of land containing 195 acres purchased by Poindexter of James May and Noel May adjoining Doctors Road, Graves waggon road, Daniels except 15 acres in NW corner purchased by Poindexter of Noel May. Examined and delivered to David Butler.

Book: Y, Page: 386, Grantor: Tom Poindexter, Grantee: David S. Gillespie, Date: 12-May-1843
Tom Poindexter to David S. Gillespie all of Louisa; $5.00 for 109 acres in Louisa on Richmond Creek adjoining Bickerton T. Winston, Mrs. Goodwin, Robert Michie and others. Sig. Thomas Poindexter (x) Wit. Benjamin M. Francisco, Ashley J. Bell, James Groom. Rec. 15 Aug 1843

Book: Y, Page: 398, Grantor: John L. Trice and Delia his wife, Grantee: Dabney A. Trice, Date: 15-Aug-1843
John L. Trice and Delia his wife to Dabney A. Trice for $3,000 all land John L. Trice is possessed of containing 308 acres the greater part being tract he now resides and the remainder in the vicinity contains 70 acres. 1st tract adjoining Archibald D. Arnett, James Gillum, Robert W. Trice. 2nd tract adjoins Geo. Thomasson, Anderson Trice and others. Also personal property of 5 slaves: Permelia 30 years, Jun 10 yrs., Washington 8 yrs., Harriet 6 yrs., and Joe 2 yrs, oxen, cows, sheep, 4 bed and furniture, cart, 12 chairs, etc. farm equipment, crop wheat, corn and tobacco also undivided interest in estate of Charles Dickenson dec'd. to which however Ann Dickenson is entitled for and during her natural life, said Delia H. being a daughter of said Ann and entitled to 1 child's part which is sold to Dabney H. Trice. Sig. John L. Trice and Delia Trice. Rec. 15 Aug 1843. no witnesses.

Book: Y, Page: 409, Grantor: Delia H. Trice, Grantee: John L. Trice, Date: 11-Sep-1843
Delia H. Trice wife of John L. Trice relinquishment to deed in Y. p 398 11 Sep 1843.

Book: Y, Page: 441, Grantor: William Baker, Grantee: Joseph M. Baker, Robert Baker and Bushro, Date: 17-Oct-1843
William Baker to Joseph M. Baker, Robert Baker and Bushrod W. Baker all of Louisa for natural love and affection which William Baker has to his sons and $5 for tract on Christophers Run containing 50 acres adjoining Christopher Run in James Gunters line, road leading from Louisa Courthouse to Carr's bridge, creek road. Sig. William Baker.

Book: Y, Page: 463, Grantor: Nathaniel Mills, Grantee: Tom Poindexter, Date: 13-Nov-1843
Deed of Release Silver and mineral rights which had been reserved by Nathaniel Mills when he sold land to Tom Poindexter now released. Rec. 13 Nov 1843

Book: Y, Page: 463, Grantor: David S. Gillespie and Mary J., his wife, Grantee: James D. Nuckolls, Date: 12-Sep-1843
David S. Gillespie and Mary J., his wife, to James D. Nuckolls all of Louisa; $218 for 109 acres being same land conveyed to Tom Poindexter, a free man of colour, by Nathaniel Mills by deed 6 Aug 1838 and sold by said Tom to David S. Gillespie. Sig. David S. Gillespie and Mary J. Gillespie. Rec. 13 Nov 1843

Book: Y, Page: 470, Grantor: Hancock, John & wife, Grantee: Armstrong, William, Date: 28-Feb-1843
[no abstract]

Book: Y, Page: 489, Grantor: Hancock, John & wife, Grantee: Trice, Anderson, Date: 06-Sep-1843
[no abstract]

Book: Y, Page: 489, Grantor: Hancock, James M. & wife, Grantee: Trice, Anderson, Date: 06-Sep-1843
[no abstract]

Book: Y, Page: 557, Grantor: Mary Hunter, Grantee: Jonathan S. Payne., Date: 14-Jul-1843
Mary Hunter widow and relict of William Hunter, dec'd. James Groom and Elizabeth his wife, John Hunter and Isabella his wife, George Hunter and Martha his wife, William D. Hunter, David M. Hunter and Sarah J. his wife, David S. Gillespie and Mary J. his wife, Moridcai Nuckolls and Caroline M. his wife and Stephen Hunter and Margaret S. his wife heirs and distributees of William Hunter, dec'd. of the first part to Jonathan S. Payne. $2,826.12 tract containing 536 1/2 acres on waters of Fork Creek in Louisa County being same land of which William Hunter dec'd. died seized adj. James Parrish, James D. Grooms, Morris, Goochland County line, except 1 acre which is reserved embracing the burying ground together with the right of ingress and egress for burial purposes or to enclose the same. Justices of Louisa, John T. Quarles and Frances W. Jones certified for Mary Hunter and Isabella Hunter the wife of John Hunter, Margaret S. Hunter the wife of Stephen Hunter, John Hunter, William D. Hunter and David S. Gillispie. Justices of Fluvanna county certified for James Groom and Mordicai Nuckolls, Elizabeth Groom, Mary J. Gillespie the wife of David S. Gillespie, and Caroline M. Nuckolls the wife of Mordecia I. Nuckolls, George Hunter and Martha A. W. Hunter the wife of George Hunter. Justices of Orange County certified for David M. Hunter

Book: Y, Page: 577, Grantor: Mary Hunter, Grantee: Jonathan S. Payne, Date: 14-Jul-1843
Mary Hunter, widow and relict of William Hunter, Dec'd., James Groom and Elizabeth, his wife, John Hunter and Isabella his wife, George Hunter, Jr. and Martha, his wife, William D. Hunter, David M. Hunter and Sarah J., his wife, David S. Gillespie and Mary J., his wife, Mordecai Nuckolls and Caroline M, his wife, and Stephen Hunter and Margaret S., his wife, heirs of William Hunter, Dec'd. to Jonathan S. Payne a tract of land containing, according to survey made by William L. Clarke, surveyor of Fluvanna Co. on 13 Nov 1841, 536 1/4 acres on Fork Creek being land William Hunter, Dec'd, died seized adjoining James Parrish, James Grooms, Lickinghole Branch, Moss, Goochland County line, and O. C. Morris. Signed by all named grantors. Justices of Fluvanna County certify for James Groom and Mordecai Nuckolls 4 Aug 1843, also for Elizabeth Groom, wife of James Groom and Mary J. Gillespie, wife of David S. Gillespie, for Caroline M. Nuckolls, wife of Mordecai Nuckolls, George Hunter and his wife, Martha A. W. Hunter. Justices of Orange County certify for David M. Hunter and Sarah J., his wife.

Book: Y, Page: 584, Grantor: John Hunter and Catharine G. Nelson, Grantee: Nathaniel Thompson, Date: 07-Aug-1839
By decree of Chancery Court 14 Sep 1843 in suit John Hunter and Catharine G. Nelson plt and Frances E. Thompson as admin. of Nathaniel Thompson, dec'd., John Thompson and Robert Thompson, infant children of Nathaniel Thompson, dec'd. and Quarles and Kent defts. It was ordered Frances E. Thompson to sell all real estate of Nathaniel Thompson, dec'd at public auction at Elisha Melton's tavern at Louisa Courthouse on 26 Dec 1843 being 100 acres adjoining William Beadles, John Hunter being land conveyed to Nathaniel Thompson by James Poindexter, commissioners, to sell lands of estate of James Trice by deed 7 Aug 1839 to William Walton for $2 per acres.

Book: Y, Page: 604, Grantor:  , Grantee:  , Date: 06-Apr-1844
Justices of Louisa County certify for Martha Moss wife of James A. Moss to acknowledge deed 1 Jan 1842 DB Y. p 53.

Book: Y, Page: 613, Grantor: David S. Gillespie and Mary Jane, his wife, Grantee: Tom Poindexter, Date: 12-May-1843
David S. Gillespie and Mary Jane, his wife, to Tom Poindexter, a free man of colour, all of Louisa; $5.00 for 111 acres on Fork Creek adjoining Goodwin, James Groom. Sig. Davis S. Gillespie. Wit. B.M. Francisco, Ashley J. Bell and James Groom. Rec. 8 Apr 1844

Book: Y, Page: 614, Grantor: Z. W. Gibson, Grantee: George Hunter, Date: 22-Mar-1836
I am indebted to George Hunter by bond with Abraham Perkins as security 22 Mar 1836 $45 due 25 Dec 1837, Ashley J. Bell trustee. In trust 30 acres I now reside on headwaters Roundabout Creek adj. James Parrish, Geo. W. Parrish, also horses, furniture, etc. Sig. 10 Apr 1844 Z. W. Gibson.

Book: Y, Page: 615, Grantor: Tisdale, Dandridge, Grantee: Andrews, Samuel, Date: 03-Oct-1842
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Book: Y, Page: 627, Grantor: Trevilians, Charles G., Grantee: Trevilians, Susan T., Date: 12-Mar-1844
Charles G. Trevilian of Louisa Co. as Commissioner under decree of county court Louisa to Susan T. Trevilian and Lucy S. Trevilian for $689.33 for tract except the part herein reserved in Louisa County on the Main County Road called and known as Trevilian containing including the part reserved 31 7/12 acres adjoinining the south side of the main County Road near field near Munfords Bridge Road, north side main County Road, James Porter, crossing to RR, in Main County Road. It is understood that 1/4 acres including and around the enclosure of the grave yard is reserved and not intended to be conveyed with full right of ingress and egress. Decree 9 Jan. 1844 in suit in Chancery Lucy S. Trevilian and Charles G. Trevilian plaintiffs and said Charles G. Trevilian administrator of Mary Trevilian, dec'd. and others defendants excepting grave yard. Beg. Red Oak on S. Side of Main road; S89.5W; 39P; corner in field near Mumford Bridge Road; N1.5W; 24P; corner on N. side of Main County Road; N88E; 68P; pointers in James Porters line; S1.5E; 32.5P; Corner in Main Road; N89.5E; 132.5P; Crossing the Louisa R. R. to post oaks corner to David Tisdale & Robert Dalton; S1.5E; 33P; crossing Louisa R. R. to corner on Main Road, Up road to Beginning. Sig. Charles G. Trevilian, Commissioner. Rec. 9 May 1844

Book: Y, Page: 2889, Grantor: Stephen T. Pulliam administrator, Grantee: Albert G. Bowles, Date: 30-Dec-1842
Stephen T. Pulliam administrator with will annexed of Zachariah Pulliam, dec'd., William W. Pulliam and Elizabeth Pulliam his wife to Albert G. Bowles for $200 tract in Louisa County containing 51 acres purchased by William W. Pulliam of the estate of Zachariah Pulliam adjoining William Gammon, John Hope, Mary A. Anderson and said Bowles. Justices of Hanover Co. Certify for Stephen T. Pulliam and Elizabeth his wife.

Book: Z, Page: 4, Grantor: Hancock, James M. & wife, Grantee: Hancock, John, Date: 06-Sep-1843
[no abstract]

Book: Z, Page: 11, Grantor: Binion, Martim, Grantee: Arnette, Mary A. E., Date: 31-May-1844
[no abstract]

Book: Z, Page: 20, Grantor: Edmund W. Eggleston, Grantee: James Harris, Date: 01-Feb-1844
Edmund W. Eggleston of Louisa to James Harris $484 for certain tract in Louisa on south side of main road leading from Louisa C.H. to Richmond and both sides of North East Creek containing 121 acres adjoining Jos. K. Pendleton, Hugh Goodwin and said Harris. Sig. Edmund W. Eggleston. Rec. 10 Jun 1844.

Book: Z, Page: 20, Grantor: James L. Harris, Grantee: Edmund W. Eggleston, Date: 01-Feb-1844
James L. Harris to Edmund W. Eggleston $1,043.75 several tracts of land, One tract purchased of William Y. Hiter containing 74 1/4 acres, one tract bought of Dr. Joseph W. Pendlton containing 147 1/2 acres; another bought of John Waldrop containing 7 acres. total 228 3/4 acres. adjoining Lewis Thomasson, Anderson Talley, Francis Waldrop and Jos. K. Pendleton on north side of Louisa Road. Sig. James L. Harris. Rec. 10 Jun 1844.

Book: Z, Page: 30, Grantor: William F. Johnson, Grantee: John S. Woodson, Date: 22-Mar-1844
William F. Johnson of Louisa to John S. Woodson of Louisa $2800 tract in Laws South Ann River cont. 315? acres adj Elkanah Brooks, James Johnson and others being land conveyed to William F. Johnson by joint deed from William and Thomas g. Meredith and their wives 9 Dec. 1836 recorded Louisa. Sig. Wm. F. Johnson.

Book: Z, Page: 30, Grantor: William F. Johnson, Grantee: John S. Woodson, Date: 22-Mar-1844
William F. Johnson of Louisa to John S. Woodson of same for $2,800 tract on South Anna containing 315? acres adj. Elkanah Brooks, James Johnson being land conveyed William F. Johnson by joint deed from William and Thomas G. Meredith. 9 Dec. 1836. Sig. William F. Johnson.

Book: Z, Page: 36, Grantor:  , Grantee: May, John S., Date: 16-Aug-1830
Received of John S. May $10 in part of payment for 600 acres of land sold to him at $2 per acre belonging to the heirs of Ben Settle dec's. Namely Wm., George, Mathew, J. Bushrod and Sidney A. Lampkin. Land between North and South forks of Hickory Creek adj. Madison McGehee and others.

Book: Z, Page: 72, Grantor: Andrew F. Beadles, Grantee: John R. Vest., Date: 11-Sep-1844
Andrew F. Beadles indebted to John R. Vest. $95.40 Deed of trust.

Book: Z, Page: 106, Grantor: Lucy J. Poindexter, Grantee: Rice W. Schooler, Date:  
By will late Lucy J. Poindexter of Christian County, Kentucky devised to Rice W. Schooler of Caroline County, Va., tract in Louisa on Richmond Creek in trust to be divided by said Schooler to the children of said Lucy's brother Thomas Poindexter, dec'd. This deed is Rice W. Schooler for $120 to David G. Johnson of Louisa for tract adjoining Elijah Jones, Nelson Burrus and Thomas Barrett (FN) containing 40 acres. 19 Oct. 1844.

Book: Z, Page: 119, Grantor: Nominate Thompson Fleming atty. in fact, Grantee:  , Date: 30-Aug-1844
Nominate Thompson Fleming atty. in fact to dispose of my interest in estate of Thomas Byrd, Dec'd. of Louisa 30 Aug 1844 Sig. William M. Byrd of Maury Co., Tenn.



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