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Book: EE, Page: 64, Grantor: John R. Vest, Robert H. Vest and Susan J. Vest his, Grantee: Nicholas M. Ware, Date: 12-Jan-1857
John R. Vest, Robert H. Vest and Susan J. Vest his wife and James M. Vest and Martha S. his wife to Nicholas M. Ware all of Louisa except John R. Vest and Robert H. Vest and his wife who are of Fluvanna County for $80.871/2 tract cont. 16 3/4 acres part of a whole tract of 680 3/4 acres and is part of the land John Vest, dec'd. died seised in upper part of Louisa County near the South Anna River. Signed Jno. Rich. Vest, Robert H. Vest, Susan J. Vest, Jas. M. Vest, Martha Sneed Vest. [plat attached]
Book: CC, Page: 65, Grantor: William P. Perkins, Grantee: Geo. Vest, Date: 28-Jan-1852
William P. Perkins to Geo. Vest tract of land in a suit to divide land. Perkins appointed Commissioner 1848 to sell 253 9/40a reserving 9/40 acres for grave yard to heirs of Nathaniel Perkins on north side Old Mountain Road, S South Anna River, adj. Dr. George Watson, Meeting House lot, Fosters Creek.
Book: EE, Page: 69, Grantor: Thomas Bronaugh exec., Grantee: Joseph Grady, Date: 13-Jul-1857
Thomas Bronaugh exec. of Joseph Grady, dec'd of Louisa and Reuben B. Davis parcel of land belonging to Joseph Grady dec'd known as Old Place bounded by Richard Talley, N. W. Harris, I. Whitlock to said Davis containing after deduction 2 1/4 a. for railroad 199a. at $5.01 per acre. Rec. 13 Jul 1857.
Book: CC, Page: 80, Grantor: Robert D. Chewning and Mary E. his wife, Grantee: Reuben T. Chewning, Date: 16-Nov-1850
Robert D. Chewning and Mary E. his wife of Fluvanna to Reuben T. Chewning of Louisa $500 for tract lying between 2 tracts sold to sd. Reuben T. Chewning and Christopher Valentine adjoining sd. Reuben T. Chewning, Col. Crawford, James M. Vest, Henry Chewning. sig. Robert D. Chewning and Mary E. Chewning.
Book: EE, Page: 101, Grantor: Mary E. Crawford, Grantee: William D. Butler, Date: 23-Sep-1857
Mary E. Crawford to William D. Butler for $30 for 15 acres on Hickory Creek adjoining John J. Butler.
Book: EE, Page: 108, Grantor: David Ward, Grantee: Samuel Gardner, Date:
David Ward to Samuel Gardner. Wilkes Co. Georgia.
Book: CC, Page: 117, Grantor: George H. Thomson and Rebecca H., his wife, Grantee: Louisa Gold Mining Co., Date: 07-Aug-1851
George H. Thomson and Rebecca H., his wife, for $1.00 to Louisa Gold Mining Co. all those several four tracts of land in Louisa Co. One called Waddy Tract containing 104 acres, another called Waldrop containing 131 1/8 acres being same two tracts which Anderson Talley and Maria Louise, his wife, by 22 Jan 1850 conveyed to George H. Thomson; Another containing 441 acres being same tract which James L. Harris and Susan his wife by 22 Jan 1850 conveyed to George H. Thomson; Another containing 52 acres being same tract which Thomas B. Harris and Ann S., his wife, by 15 Jul 1850 conveyed to George H. Thomson. DB CC p 116 7 Aug 1851 George H. Thomson of Phildelphia, Gent. of one part and Louisa Gold Mining Co. other. Whereas Thomas B. Harris of Louisa, Va. by 1 Dec 1847 did lease to George W. Fisher, George W. Fisher, Sr, Bufort Kirtley, James Fisher and Dunlap Fisher a piece of land for mining privileges containing 35 acres and whereas Anderson Talley did by like ure 6 Nov 1848 did lease to same people as above for 20 years. Said Fishers and Kirtley do release and convey those right to George H. Thomson and now George H. Thomson does convey those rights to the Louisa Gold Mining Co. for $1.00. DB BB p 494 1 Jan 1851 Joseph K. Pendleton and Charlotte R, his wife, to James L. Harris $2,184.75 for two certain tracts on or near waters of North East Creek and north of main road adjoining Francis Waldrop, David Thomasson, Dr. Wm. Goodwin and others containing 251 acres. Other tract immediately on said Richmond Road containing 113 1/8 acres. Third tract adjoining containing 364 1/8 acres. DB BB p 390 : 27 Aug 1850 Lewis Thomasson and Ann, his wife, of Goochland, Va. to North East Gold Mining Co., now operating for minerals in Louisa Co. for $300 paid by North East Mining Co. through Joseph K. Pendleton, attorney. Land containing 48 acres adjoining Mordecai Thomasson, land recently held by Anderson Talley and others ( land of late John Thomasson that fell to Lewis Thomasson) with all mineral privileges and appurtenances. For minute description of said land reference is made to a chancery suit in which Lucian Minor was appointed Trustee for Lewis Thomasson in place of Elisha Melton and also to deed from Lucian Minor reconveying said land to said Lewis Thomasson and wife 9 Oct 1845. And Lewis for himself and his heirs agrees with North East Gold Mining Co. that he has a good right to convey. Sig. Lewis Thomasson and Ann Thomasson. Justice of Goochland certify for Lewis and Ann Thomasson. Rec. 9 Sep 1850. DB BB p 202 22 Jan 1850 James L. Harris and Susan his wife of Louisa co. to George H. Thomson of Philadelphia, Pa $3,500. on main road from Louisa C.H. to Richmond and on or near waters of North East Creek adjoining Hugh Goodwin, Joseph K. Pendleton and others being land where James L. Harris now lives containing 441 acres. Sig. James L. Harris and Susan Harris. Wit: Francis W. Jones and John T. Quarles, justices for Louisa co.
Book: EE, Page: 117, Grantor: John W. Mallory, Grantee: Henry W. Murray, Date: 01-Mar-1857
John W. Mallory of Hanover 1st, Henry W. Murray 2nd and Mary Helen Mallory wife of said John W. Mallory of Hanover. Intrust to Henry W. Murray all right and interest John W. Mallory has in right of his wife in estate of David S. Gillespie dec'd. father of Mary Helen Mallory. Also his interest in right of his wife in estate of William Hunter dec'.d held by his widow. Also interest in estate of William D. Hunter dec'd. in right of his wife. In trust and not to be in anyway under control of John W. Mallory or his debts to support her and her children.
Book: CC, Page: 122, Grantor: North East Gold Mining Company, Grantee: Louisa gold Mining company whereas Thoma, Date: 07-Aug-1851
North East Gold Mining Company to Louisa gold Mining company whereas Thomas b. Harris and Ann S., his wife, by 15 Jul 1850 conveyed to George H. Thomson land in Luisa being land formerly owned by Anderson Talley, those in then possession of Mordecai Thomasson and the land of others containing 52 acres. sig. George H. Thomson, President of North East Gold Mining Company. DB CC p 121 7 Aug 1851 North East Gold Mining Co. to Louisa Gold Mining Co. for $1.00 and other considerations 48 acres adjoining Mordecai Thomasson, land recently held by Anderson Talley, etc. being same land Lewis Thomasson and Ann, his wife, by ure 27 Aug 1850 conveyed to North East Mining Co. With mineral privileges and appurtenances.
Book: EE, Page: 127, Grantor: Jesse Whitlock and Sarah his wife, Grantee: Reuben B. Davis, Date: 07-Oct-1857
Jesse Whitlock and Sarah his wife of Louis $54. land on Va. Central Railroad 15 1/2 a. to Reuben B. Davis. adj. lands of John Hunter, Davis.(plat)
Book: EE, Page: 138, Grantor: Patrick H. Jones and Sarah F. Jones his wife 1st, , Grantee: Thomas Bird, Date: 08-Dec-1857
Patrick H. Jones and Sarah F. Jones his wife 1st, William W. Bird, trustee 2nd., Thomas R. Bird 3rd. William W. Bird and Thomas R. Bird of City of Washington, D.C., Jones indebted to Thomas Bird $4,000. In Trust 419 1/8 acres in Louisa bout 3 miles east of Fredericks Hall adjoining Waller Holliday, Robert M. Bullock, being land Jones purchased from Charles Q. Goodwin where Jones resides.
Book: EE, Page: 143, Grantor:  , Grantee:  , Date: 12-Nov-1857
Power of Attorney Charles W. Moorman and Catherine Hester of Davidson county, Tenn. appoint Jesse Porter, clerk of the court of Louisa County, Va., to represent them in the estate of Polly P. Goodwin, John Nunn administrator. 12 Nov 1857.
Book: CC, Page: 152, Grantor: Philip Jones and Robert M. Kent, Grantee: James M. Vest, Date: 16-Jun-1852
Philip Jones and Robert M. Kent exors of William Ragland to James M. Vest $9,284.85 for tract William Ragland died seized for 391 1/10a adjoining county road, South River, Mr. West, Mr. Porter, Poor's Creek, Mrs. Chewing.
Book: CC, Page: 156, Grantor: Philip Jones and Robert M. Kent, Grantee: Alex. Vest, Date: 16-Jun-1852
Philip Jones & Robert M. Kent exors of William Ragland to Alex. Vest for $467, for 58 3/8a being part of land William Ragland died seized adj. Alex. Vest. Ellis G. Hughson, South Anna River.
Book: CC, Page: 158, Grantor: David M. Hunter, Grantee:  , Date: 17-Jun-1852
Commission of David M. Hunter. David M. Hunter, Elisha Melton, Richard G. Bibb, Thomas Barrett, Nelson A. Burrus and Samuel p Hackett of Louisa bound to commonwealth of Virginia $10,000 17 Jun 1852. David M. Hunter duly elected clerk of Louisa court for term of six years commencing 1 July next. Signed before Richard H. Field Judge of 11th Circuit court at the Courthouse Culpeper, Va. 17 Jun 1852. Recorded by John Hunter. The next deed CC p 163 is recorded by David M. Hunter. Deed book FF ends David M. Hunter and GG begins with Jesse J. Porter, Deputy Clerk. December 1864.
Book: EE, Page: 166, Grantor: Frederick Foster and Susan his wife, Grantee: John Foster, Date: 04-Dec-1857
Frederick Foster and Susan his wife of Spots. to John Foster of Louisa 17 acres adjoining John Fletcher, P G. Talley, N. W. Harris.
Book: CC, Page: 168, Grantor: Clary P. Massey, Grantee: Elizabeth Mariah Massey, Date: 01-Aug-1829
Deed Clary P. Massey to daughter, Elizabeth Mariah Massey, 99 1/2 acres where I live adjoining Edmond Peacher, Benjamin P. or S. Massey, Joseph Cristy and others, also Negroes Dolly, Billy, John, Rosetta. to remain in my possession for my life. 1 Aug 1829.
Book: CC, Page: 199, Grantor: R.H. Andrews, Grantee: Reuben Davis, Date: 23-Aug-1852
R.H. Andrews indebted to Reuben Davis $393. sells slaves, and interest he has in will of John Morrison dec'd. personal property to John Hunter for security against debt.
Book: EE, Page: 213, Grantor: Jesse Whitlock, Grantee: Davis, Date: 25-Mar-1858
Jesse Whitlock indebted to Davis $1,195.63 bond dated 25 Mar 1858. Francis O. Moss, trustee. Land on which Whitlock resides containing 200 a. purchased from George Fisher by Whitlock of Goochland Co known by the name of Tolersville adj. lands of N. W. Harris, R.B. Davis and others. Also slaves. Clayton G. Coleman, Justice of Peace
Book: EE, Page: 216, Grantor: William Baker, Grantee: Joseph M. Baker, Robert M. Baker, Edward, Date: 20-Mar-1858
William Baker to Joseph M. Baker, Robert M. Baker, Edward Mansfield, John R. Marshall, John T. Quarles and Robert M. Kent the present trustees for a church about to be built near Albert McGhee's shop by the denomination of Christians known as Disciples or Reformers which said meeting house is to be theirs exclusive containing 1 acre 3 rods and 18 poles lying on road from Louisa Courthouse to Fredericksburg about 8 miles from Louisa Courthouse and near McGehees shop adjoining Fredericksburg road, William Baker and Robert Estes.
Book: CC, Page: 216, Grantor: William Walton and Martha his wife, Grantee: George E. M. Walton, Date: 25-Sep-1852
William Walton and Martha his wife to George E. M. Walton all of Louisa for $1 tract near Courthouse being 11/2 acres adjoining William Walton, Elisha Melton. Recorded 26 Sep 1852.
Book: CC, Page: 234, Grantor: Archibald Thomas, Grantee: James E. Farrar, Date:
Archibald Thomas of Louisa and Sarah to James E. Farrar $1,000 tract called Waldrops tract adjoining Old Mountain road, Southanna River, John shelton, John Richardson and Joseph D. Campbell containing 316 acres.
Book: EE, Page: 242, Grantor: John S. Flemning and Indiana Fleming his wife, Grantee: R. B. Davis, Date: 14-Jun-1858
John S. Flemning and Indiana Fleming his wife of Goochland co. to R. B. Davis $319.68 58 1/2a. adj. John Hunter and R. B. Davis.14 Jun 1858
Book: CC, Page: 293, Grantor: William Reynolds and Mary E. his wife, Grantee: Thomas H. Mallory, Date:
William Reynolds and Mary E. his wife of Louisa $400 to Thomas H. Mallory of Louisa on North side of 3 chopt road adjoining Willis R. Parrish, Thomas M. Diggs and others containing 75 acres.
Book: EE, Page: 295, Grantor: George A. Sims, Grantee: William V. M. Hambleton, Date: 13-Sep-1858
George A. Sims of Louisa to William V. M. Hambleton of same County for $1,200 Negro woman Hannah, boy Thomas, livestock and kitchen furniture. Bill of sale.
Book: EE, Page: 321, Grantor: Olive R. Humphrey 1st, James H. Gillespie 2nd., Wi, Grantee: William Gillespie, Date: 27-Sep-1857
Olive R. Humphrey 1st, James H. Gillespie 2nd., William a. Gillespie 3rd. Humphrey indebted to William Gillespie $25 due by note dated 20 Apr 1854 with interest. In trust the tract where Humphrey now resides supposed to contain 57 acres adjoining George Grady, Elijah Bibb, and John S. May. Debt due 25 Dec. next. If default made then public auction to be held. Sig. Olive R. Humphrey wit. Philip N. Porter. Rec. 27 Sep 1858.
Book: EE, Page: 353, Grantor: Nathan w. Smith and Susanna L. his wife, Grantee: Albert McGehee, Date: 20-Nov-1858
Nathan W. Smith and Susanna L. his wife to Albert McGehee of Louisa Co. For $300 tract adjoining Orange Rd., Fredericksburg Road.
Book: CC, Page: 368, Grantor: William M. Baker and Lucinda his wife, Grantee: Charles G. Goodman, Date: 09-Mar-1852
William M. Baker and Lucinda his wife to Charles G. Goodman all of Louisa, $285.75 for 95 1/4 acres adjoining Baker, Ragland's Mill, P. Mickie, John K. and Wm. N. Ragland, Baker conveys only such title as they received from deed from Hugh Davis and Margaret his wife conveying a tract of 110 3/4 acres dated 1 Nov 1849.
Book: EE, Page: 374, Grantor: Robert Estes and Rosey his wife, Grantee: Joseph M. Baker, Date: 24-Dec-1858
Robert Estes and Rosey his wife to Joseph M. Baker all of Louisa $15.50 for tract adjoining Joseph M. Baker, John Hester, William Baker and Nathan Smith on North west side of road running to the Sunning Hill farm containing 26 acres.
Book: CC, Page: 379, Grantor: John R. Hopkins, atty in fact for Winston Wayte (m, Grantee: Ashley J. Bell, Date: 08-Jan-1853
John R. Hopkins, atty in fact for Winston Wayte (might be Ulayte) of State of Iowa, Elizabeth Gooddwin and her daughter, Mary E. Goodwin, of Marion County, Ohio to Ashley J. Bell of Fluvanna Co., Va.; $90. tract being portion of tract formerly owned by Paul Wayate, Dec'd see Deed 13 Feb 1843, adjoining Capt. James H. Terrells, Wm. C. Rives in Daniel Michie's line, Alexander Locker, Fountain Wells Rec. 14 Apr 1853.
Book: EE, Page: 384, Grantor: Alexander B. Davis, Grantee: R. B. Davis, Date: 12-Jan-1859
Alexander B. Davis indebted to R. B. Davis $176.76 personal property to secure debt. Paul W. Corner hold trust (mare and buggy)
Book: CC, Page: 394, Grantor: Geo. Vest, Grantee: William Ragland, Date: 11-May-1853
Same grantors and grantee as above for $703.75 for 64a on South Anna River, Geo. Vest, being same parcel sold to Vest by William Ragland in his lifetime but not conveyed.
Book: EE, Page: 396, Grantor: James M. Vest and Martha S. Vest his wife, Grantee: Francis T. West, Date: 02-Nov-1858
James M. Vest and Martha S. Vest his wife to Francis T. West for $20, tract between main County road and old bed of the River at Gibbeys Ford 1/4-1/2acres . Sig. James M. Vest and Martha Sneed Vest.
Book: CC, Page: 406, Grantor: John R. Hopkins, Grantee: William D. and Manoah L. Langford, Date: 30-Mar-1853
Deed 30 Mar 1853 John R. Hopkins of Louisa atty for Elizabeth D. and Mary E. Gooding of Marion Co., Ohio to William D. and Manoah L. Langford of Louisa $1,083.45; parcel of land bequeath to Elizabeth and Mary Gooding by Paul Wayate, Dec., cont 155 acres adjoining Caroline M. Langford and others Sig. John r. Hopkins Rec. 6 Jun 1853
Book: EE, Page: 411, Grantor: Bowden Copper Mine, Grantee:  , Date: 21-Feb-1859
Deed of Trust Davis holds on land known as the Bowden Copper Mine the interest held by Bowden being between 1/2 3/4 of said land and mine as will be seen by reference to the transfer books in the hands of Waller Mead, New York. also his land known as Woodlawn purchased by Watkins James and R. M. Bowden of Fendal Chiles and was in controversy between sd. Bowden and Indianna B. Fleming, exec. of John S. Fleming dec'd who purchased Watkin James' interest in said property. other lands in Petersburg
Book: EE, Page: 417, Grantor: Hughson, Rosa C., Grantee: Lea, James F., Date: 14-Mar-1859
Book: EE, Page: 427, Grantor: Ferdinand Jones, Grantee: John Talley 2nd. and Jonathan T. Cowherd, Date: 28-Mar-1859
Ferdinand Jones of Orange and Charles S. Jones to John Talley 2nd. and Jonathan T. Cowherd 3rd all of Louisa. In deed 9 Dec 1854 John Talley conveyed 194 1/2 acres on south fork of Contrary Creek adjoining William V. M. Hambleton and Garland T. Waddy being land John Talley now resides which was conveyed to him by his father Michael Talley, also 2 Negro girls Catharine and Margaret. John Talley getting a deed of release as money is now paid. Rec. 11 Apr 1839.
Book: CC, Page: 431, Grantor: John Gentry, Grantee: Lucy Mallory, Date: 26-Jun-1832
John Gentry of Louisa to Lucy Mallory widow of Minor Mallory late of Notaway County dec'd. Whereas a marriage is to be between Lucy Mallory and John Gentry. If Lucy should survive John Gentry she should not have claim to any part of his estate other than what Gentry leaves to her in his will for $100 paid to Lucy. Wit. David Richardson, C. W. Maupin and Peter King.
Book: CC, Page: 434, Grantor: John Vest, Grantee:  , Date: 14-Jun-1853
Whereas my late husband John Vest by deed before our marriage that is to say on 24 Dec 1849 made provision for settling upon me in fee simple 1/3 of his estate immediately upon his death which was understood by him and me in bar (sic) of all claim to dower in his land or to any distributive share. To avoid controversy, I Nancy Vest widow of John Vest do hereby release unto heirs of my said husband all claim to what ever part of his estate real and personal I am entitled to under said deed 14 Jun 1853. Sig. Nancy Vest wit. Richard T. Roberts, Danl. E. Hichman, James A. Davis, Thomas Waldrop. Rec. 8 Aug 1853.
Book: EE, Page: 434, Grantor: Trevilians, Charles & Nancy, Grantee: Va. Central RR, Date: 14-Jan-1857
Charles G. Trevilian and wife Nancy to Virginia Central Rail Road. About the same time the RR was completed to Trevilian and the present depot, Elisha Melton and James Hunter purchased the tract on which the depot now stands from Lucy Trevilian. The depot was built and the title was neglected to be made to the Rail Road and Melton and Omohundro subsequently sold the tract to Charles G. Trevilian. Now C. G. Trevilian became willing to secure to the R R the depot at the same price and further consideration of $120 Trevilian conveys tract depot now stands containing 63/100 acres adjoining the Trevilian garden, main tract. Also 1 other lot which the agents house now stands containing 6/10 acres adjoining the depot and right of way from said depot lot to the Louisa County Courthouse Road. With restrictions that the said lots conveyed to the rail road for rail road purpose and not to be used for establishing a store or grocery or any business interfering with C. G. Trevilian mercantile operations. Sig. C. G. Trevilian and Nancy Trevilian. Rec. 14 April 1859.
Book: CC, Page: 465, Grantor: James D. Chewning, Grantee:  , Date:
Know all men by these presents that I, James D. Chewning of the County of Fluvanna, and state of Virginia, for and in consideration of the sum of eight hundred dollars, to me in hand paid by Thomas Cosby, a free man of color, of the County of Louisa and State of Virginia, before the ensealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt of which I do hereby acknowledge, have this day granted, bargained and sold, and by these presents do grant bargain and sell, to the said Thomas Cosby, the following slaves, to wit, Jane and two children, Charles Henry and Walker, the said Jane being the wife of the said Thomas Cosby, and the said Charles Henry and Walker, his children. And I do, by these presents, bind myself, my heirs executors and administrators, to warrant and forever defend to the said Thomas Cosby, and his heirs and assigns, a full and complete right and title to the said slaves Jane, Charles Henry and Walker, and the future increase of the said Jane, free from the claims or demands of myself, my heirs, executors and administrators, and of all and every other person or persons whatsoever. Witness my hand and seal this 23 day of October 1845. Jas. D. Chewning witness: Geo. Chewning. In Louisa County Court Clerk's Office in the state of Virginia, September 12th 1853, This deed was this day presented in the said office by Thomas Cosby and is at his request admitted to record for preservation. Teste, David M. Hunter, CLC [margin note- examined and delivered to Thomas Cosby]
Book: CC, Page: 481, Grantor: Olive R. Humphrey, Grantee: James A. Gillespie 2nd. and William A. Gillespie, Date: 17-Oct-1853
Deed of Trust 17 Oct 1853 Olive R. Humphrey to James A. Gillespie 2nd. and William A. Gillespie 3rd. Olive Humphrey is indebted to William A. Gillespie $70 due by note 17 Oct 1853. In trust 57 acres in Louisa where Humphrey now resides adjoining Elijah Bibb, Jno. S. May and others. In case of default James H. Gillespie, trustee, to sell at public auction. Sig. Olive R. Humphrey (X) wit. D. S. Gillespie. Rec. 18 Oct 1853.
Book: EE, Page: 484, Grantor: John P. Smith, Grantee: William Johnson, Date: 09-May-1859
John P. Smith to William Johnson for $280 20 acres adjoining John P. Smith, William Johnson and others.
Book: CC, Page: 509, Grantor: Sarah Strong, wife, Grantee: David S. Gillaspy, Date: 01-Feb-1848
Sarah Strong, wife of Martin Strong, to David S. Gillaspy; $50. for all her interest in two tracts of land adjoining James Loving, James Williams, John G. Poindexter and others formerly owned by Martin Strong. This interest being her 1/3 in said tracts. Sig. Sarah Strong. Rec. 14 Nov 1853.
Book: CC, Page: 537, Grantor: Lydia Harris, Grantee: George W. Harris, Date: 25-Oct-1853
Lydia Harris, widow of Samuel Harris, Dec'd., Samuel C. Harris and Mary Harris his wife, William H. Netherland and Pamelia C. his wife, Lucy W. Harris and Edward Harris, also Miletus B. Harris and Caroline C. Harris his wife, Joseph R. Staton and Louisa his wife, Lafayette Harris and Martha his wife to George W. Harris all of Virginia legatees of Samuel Harris $700 including the infant children of Sarah E. Webb provided they make a proper deed to go with this deed, a tract where Samuel Harris, Dec'd. lived near Va. Central Rail Road containing 250 acres adjoining Nathan Talley, Dec'd., Edwin Baker and others. Justices of Albemarle certify for signature of Miletus B. Harris, Joseph R. Statum, and Lafayette Harris and Martha Harris his wife. Justices of Louisa Certify for Lydia, Lucy W. William A Netherland, Pamelia C. Netherland, Mary E. wife of Samuel C. and Samuel C. Harris. Recorded 9 Jan 1854.
Book: CC, Page: 540, Grantor: Lydia Harris executor, Grantee: Samuel C. Harris, Date: 25-Oct-1853
Lydia Harris as executor and in her own right of Samuel Harris, dec'd., William A. Netherland and Pamelia C. his wife, Lucy W. Harris, Edward Harris, Miltus B. Harris and Caroline his wife, Joseph R. Staton and Louisa his wife, Lafayette Harris and Martha his wife, George W. Harris and Lucy I. his wife to Samuel C. Harris all of Louisa $800 for tract from estate of Samuel Harris including Sarah E. Webb, Dec'd. on Contrary Creek containing 240 acres adjoining Richard Talley.
Book: CC, Page: 542, Grantor: John t. Harris and Caroline C. his wife, Grantee: William d. Mansfield, Date: 09-Dec-1853
John t. Harris and Caroline C. his wife, to William d. Mansfield $12,000 ; 272 acres bounded by bulk head of Nelson'sBridge, east side of road, Hollidays in Wharton's line, Old Road,Joseph Grady, Murphy, Joseph Bond, Nathan A. Ware, James Hiterand the River.
Book: EE, Page: 551, Grantor: Mrs. Lucy Byrd, Grantee: Thomas Kimbrough, livestock, crops, tool, Date: 19-Oct-1859
Mrs. Lucy Byrd to Thomas Kimbrough, livestock, crops, tools, carriage, furniture, interest in land I live upon, Negroes. In trust to secure bonds to Nathan W. Ware, account to Joseph C. Boxley, bond to Overton, Andrew L. Mills, James G. Whitlock, Nathan A. Ware, Miss Lucy E. Byrd. Sig. Lucy Byrd (x) wit. William N. Talley, Charles C. Whitlock.
Book: CC, Page: 554, Grantor: Francis G. Morrison, Ann Thomason, Martha G. Morri, Grantee: Nelson A. Burrus, Date: 10-Jan-1854
Davis buys for $3.17/a. land at public auction. Nelson A. Burrus, commissioner appointed by the court 16 Mar 1853 land of Francis G. Morrison, Ann Thomason, Martha G. Morrison & oc. complaintents, Polley Morrison defendant land bounded by Reuben Davis and others
Book: EE, Page: 559, Grantor: E. N. Easton and Permelia D. his wife, Grantee: Alexander C. Hambleton, Date: 14-Nov-1859
E. N. Easton and Permelia D. his wife to Alexander C. Hambleton all of Louisa for $300 for 23+acres adjoining John Hunter. E. N. Easton and Permelia D. Easton. No witness.
Book: EE, Page: 563, Grantor: Bibb, Benjamin, Grantee: Bibb, Benjamin D., Date: 14-Nov-1859
Book: CC, Page: 568, Grantor: George Thomas and Eliza his wife, Archibald F. Tho, Grantee: Charles I. Thompson, Date: 20-Jan-1854
George Thomas and Eliza his wife, Archibald F. Thomas and Sallie his wife, Jesse H. Mallory and Margaret M. his wife, Thomas Rutherford and Constance M. his wife, Mary Hines, Smith b. Thomas and Jane his wife and James M. Thomas and Mary his wife distributees of Joel Thomas, dec'd. to Charles I. Thompson for $626.25 for tract adjoining Charles I. Thompson containing 104 3/8 acres adjoining Cartersville Road, Goochland County line, George Parish, James Wright being where Joel Thomas resided. Justices of Fluvanna County certify for Sally Thomas wife of Archibald F. Thomas, Jane Thomas wife of Smith B. Thomas, Mary Thomas wife of James M. Thomas. 20 Jan 1854.
Book: CC, Page: 571, Grantor: David Hambleton, Grantee: William Bagby, Date: 03-Oct-1853
David Hambleton to William Bagby $63.75 for all the tract occupied by Hambleton, south of Hensons Creek containing 12 3/4 acres adjoining Creek, Richard C. Bowles, Wm. Bagby, Jud? Ward, dec'd.
Book: CC, Page: 599, Grantor: Richard Talley, Grantee: Reuben Davis, Date: 13-Mar-1854
Richard Talley indebted to Reuben Davis $660. Francis O. Moss, trustee for land in Louisa; 244 2/8 a. being same land conveyed to R. Talley from Michael Talley by deed dated 13 Mar 1848 being security.
Book: EE, Page: 599, Grantor: Keesaer, Simeon & wife, Grantee: Day, William L., Date: 10-Oct-1859
Book: CC, Page: 611, Grantor: John Talley, Grantee: William V. M. Hambleton, Date: 21-Mar-1854
John Talley to William V. M. Hambleton 2 Negro girls Catherine and Margaret. Deed of trust to secure to James B. Parish, trustee, $327.76.
Book: CC, Page: 615, Grantor: David T. Butler and Angelina his wife, Grantee: John J. Butler, Date: 14-Mar-1854
David T. Butler and Angelina his wife to John J. Butler for $390 tract cont. 195 acres adjoining land devised by heirs of John Smith to heirs of William Smith, by estate of widow of Archiles Smith dec'd. commonly called Daniel tract, by Harden Chambers and by tract known as Segar's tract and is same tract said David now lives. Sig. David T. Butler and Angelina Butler.
Book: EE, Page: 625, Grantor: Geo. H. Bramham and Mary E. Bramham his wife, Grantee: James M. Vest, Date: 01-Oct-1859
Geo. H. Bramham and Mary E. Bramham his wife to James M. Vest $7,500 for 1st tract cont. 161 31/40a on South Anna River adj. Mathew W. M. Michie, James M. Vest, 2nd tract contains 140-145a . Wit. David Eastham.
Book: EE, Page: 628, Grantor: Tisdale, Maria D., Grantee: Trevilian, Charles G., Date: 30-Jun-1860
Maria D. Tisdale of Louisa County to Charles G. Trevilian of same for $100 tract adjoining said C. G. Trevilian, Mrs. Lucy F. Porter and land belonging to estate of Robert Dalton, dec'd. and is same land drawn by said Maria D. Tisdale from the estate of her father James Trevilian, dec'd. supposed to contain 12 1/2 acres. Bounded by C. G. Trevilian, Lucy Porter, estate of Robert Dalton, dec'd. Sig. Maria D. Tisdale. no witnesses. Recorded 30 Jan. 1860
Book: EE, Page: 629, Grantor: William J. Johnston and Melinda E. his wife, Grantee: Robert F. Johnston, Date: 03-Feb-1860
William J. Johnston and Melinda E. his wife of Louisa to Robert F. Johnston of Richmond $100 all their interest real and personal in estate now held in possession and owned for their joint heirs by James F. Michie and Mary A. his wife of Louisa being the same that will accrue to parties of first part upon the happening of the deaths of said James Michie and Mary A. his wife . Wig. W. J. Johnston Malinda E. Johnston.
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