Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book GG
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Book: GG, Page: 250, Grantor: Robert T. Bibb and Bettie I. Bibb his wife, Grantee: Robert T. Bibb and Reuben B. Davis, part, Date: 26-Jun-1866
Robert T. Bibb and Bettie I. Bibb his wife to Robert T. Bibb and Reuben B. Davis, partners in trade carrying on the business of Distilling spirits and other business to it pertaining for $1,500 Bibb and wife sell to Bibb and Davis firm to be held in equal shares land near the waters of Little River adj. Robert T. Bibb. 73/100 a. near water grist mill of Bibb. Sig. R. T. Bibb and Bettie Bibb. Margin note delivered to Jos. K. Pendleton as requested by R.B. Davis.
Book: GG, Page: 253, Grantor: James M. Hancock, Grantee: Robert H. Belden at present, Date: 15-Nov-1866
James M. Hancock to Robert H. Belden both at present of Louisa $100. of U. S. money for 65 3/4 acres per survey 16 Aug 1864 by A. I. Perkins adjoining lands of Lewis Butler, Nancy Hancock and others near Contrary Creek. Land with all mineral rights, appurtenances. Reuben B. Davis, Justice certifies for James M. Hancock.
Book: GG, Page: 259, Grantor: Martha Walton, Grantee: John C. Cammack, Sr., Date: 01-Jun-1866
Martha Walton widow of William Walton, dec'd., Andrew W. Walton and Lydia Ann his wife, James B. Walton and Susan E. his wife, and Mary A. Smith all of Louisa, George E. M. Walton and Maria L. his wife and Thomas R. Walton and Isabella his wife of Hanover, the sd. Andrew W. and Thomas R. Walton are exors of sd. William Walton, dec'd. and trustee of Elizabeth Roberts wife of Richard T. Roberts, John W. Walton of Boone County, Mo., Martha E. Walton and Sallie F. Smith widow of William Smith dec'd. both of Caroline County, Josephus W. Anderson and Sarah C. his wife of Lynchburg, Jemmie Campbell, Caroline Campbell, Lizzie Campbell and Edward Campbell being children of Sarah Campbell, dec'd. to John C. Cammack, Sr. of Louisa for $60 land of William Walton, dec'd. between land belonging to Cammack called the Grove near Louisa Courthouse and the main road of said county and extends from a tree nearly opposite the house occupied by George W. Tombs to the Ellisville Road.
Book: GG, Page: 298, Grantor: Joseph W. Roberts 1st part, Reuben Davis 2nd part, Grantee: Davis, Reuben, Date: 11-Nov-1866
Joseph W. Roberts 1st part, Reuben Davis 2nd part for $5.00 and natural love and affection for his wife Sarah W. Roberts doth sell and set over to said Davis all crops of corn, oats, and tobacco of Roberts and straw fodder and other offal of said crops, livestock, house furniture, etc. and all right title and interest of the said Joseph W. Roberts in right of his wife Sarah W. Roberts in the estate of Rev. B. Whitlock, dec'd. upon trust. Trustee Reuben B. Davis.
Book: GG, Page: 306, Grantor: Hancock, Dr. James M., Grantee: James, Edward, Date: 24-Nov-1866
Book: GG, Page: 307, Grantor: Andrew L. Mills, Grantee: Reuben B. Davis, Date: 24-Nov-1866
Andrew L. Mills, county of Fluvanna to Reuben B. Davis $478 land in Louisa co. 157 a. being land formerly owned by Wm. F. Toler, dec'd and now called Old Tolersville adj land of Nathaniel Harris and Davis.
Book: GG, Page: 316, Grantor: Robert T. Bibb and Bettie I. Bibb, Grantee: Davis and Bibb, Date: 10-Dec-1866
Robert T. Bibb and Bettie I. Bibb by deed had conveyed to Davis and Bibb 1 73/100 a land with rights of way and whereas the firm of Bibb and Davis has been recently dissolved by mutual consent for $1.00 Davis and wife Ann Maria conveys all interest to Bibb.
Book: GG, Page: 349, Grantor: Poindexter, Lindsay C., Grantee: Dunn, William G., Date: 28-Jan-1867
Lindsay C. Poindexter to William G. Dunn tract adjoining Charles B. Cosby and others believed to containing 100 acres being tract conveyed this day to Lindsay C. Poindexter by Patrick Martin and Martha A. his wife. In trust to secure to Patrick Martin the payment of 4 bonds made 28 Jan. 1867 each for $106.75. Provisions for sale by Dunn if forfeiture is made.
Book: GG, Page: 370, Grantor: Hughson, J. N., Grantee: Hughson, Fred, Date: 13-Feb-1867
Book: GG, Page: 375, Grantor: John F. Pickerell and Violetta Pickrell, his wife, Grantee: William Reed, Date: 19-Mar-1867
John F. Pickerell and Violetta Pickrell, his wife, of Staten Island, New York to William Reed of N. Y. and Robert H. Belden of Brooklyn, Co. of Kings, N.Y.; $15,000 all of four several tracts of land in Louisa Co., Va. Bounded as follows: One commonly called the Waddy Tract adjoining Waldrop land in James L. Harrris land, branch on which Mill is situated, Lewis Thomasson, Mordecai Thomasson, Thomas B. Harris, containing 104 acres; Another called Waddy Tract adjoining Richard Sandidge, William Talley and Sarah Eggleston, Frederick Harris, Esq. and Parsons Barrett containing 131 1/8 acres; Another adjoining Richmond Road with George Davis, Hugh Goodwin, Joseph K. Pendlton, F. Waldrop, William Goodwin, Anderson Talley, Lewis Thomasson, main Richmond Road, Mordacai Thomasson, Thomas B. Harris, near Kirtley's House, Parson Barrett containing 441 acres; Another beginning with Thomas B. Harris, Anderson Talley, Mordecai Thomasson containing 52 acres; Also a tract containing 48 acres adjoining Mordecai Thomasson, land recently held by Anderson Talley and others it being lot of land in division of land of late John Thomasson, Dec'd. that fell to Lewis Thomasson . Also all personal property and mixed property now upon land recently belonging to the Louisa Gold Mining Co. ( which tracts of land and personal and mixed property thereupon Egbert R. Watson acting Trustee by deed of bargain and sale dated 9 Aug 1860 Recorded p 92 conveyed to Edward Gratz. Sig. John F. Pickrell and Violette Pickrell. Wit: Nathaniel Gill. and Charles Nettleton. Charles Nettleton of N.Y. certifies for Pickrell 19 Mar 1967. Charles Netttleton commissioner for state of Virginia in New York . Rec. 7 Apr 1867.
Book: GG, Page: 381, Grantor: Hughson, J. N., Grantee: Hughson, Aubrey, Date: 23-Feb-1867
Book: GG, Page: 383, Grantor: Hughson, J. N., Grantee: Hughson, Aubrey, Date: 23-Feb-1867
Book: GG, Page: 384, Grantor: Hughson, J. N., Grantee: Easthan, M, Date: 23-Feb-1867
Book: GG, Page: 395, Grantor: R. O. Mills, Grantee: Julian M. Armstrong and Francis Anthony, Date: 30-Jul-1866
R. O. Mills of City of Richmond VA to Julian M. Armstrong and Francis Anthony of Louisa trustees and Ann L. Foster wife of David M. Foster of Louisa. David M. Foster was possessed of a life interest in 79 acres adjoining Geo. F. Dabney, Samuel Meredith, A. Bagby by reason of his marriage with Ann L. Griffin a widow whose maiden name was Ann Christmas. David Foster did convey all title together with personal property to R. O. Mills in payment of certain debts due Mills from Foster. Now R. O. Mills for natural love and affection he bears Ann L. Foster & $5. In trust for sole benefit and use of Ann L. Foster free from debts of her husband. Ann may make will to dispose of the property as though feme sole and unmarried. Sig. Robert O. Mills, J. M. Armstrong, Francis Anthony.
Book: GG, Page: 399, Grantor: Hughson, Ellis G., Grantee: Hughson, Judith E., Date: 08-Mar-1867
Book: GG, Page: 400, Grantor: Hancock, Austin Jr. & wife, Grantee: Hancock, Philip B., Date: 11-Mar-1867
Book: GG, Page: 417, Grantor: Lewis H. Butler and Lavinia L. his wife, Grantee: Thomas G. Sims, Date: 16-Jan-1864
Lewis H. Butler and Lavinia L. his wife to Thomas G. Sims for 1,000 for tract on west side of Contrary Creek adjoining William Walton and Robert Hart, Jr. being that portion of tract of land Lewis H. Butler resides which is detached from the main fork by a straight line run from John Hancock and William Walton corner with said Butler and lies west of the line, containing 67 acres. Sig. Lewis H. (x) Butler and Lavinia L. (X) Butler.
Book: GG, Page: 426, Grantor: William Warren, Jr. President, Grantee: Louis Green, Date: 01-Mar-1867
William Warren, Jr. President of Victoria Mining and Manufacturing Co. to Louis Green, freedman, of Louisa for $50 for tract on Michael's Road, Armstrong, A. Goodwin, roading leading to Hancock's Mill, G. T. Waddy containing 12 11/100 acre being part of tract William Warren, Jr. as President of sd. Co. purchased of James M. Trice 17 Dec 1864.
Book: GG, Page: 434, Grantor: Roxanna S. Morrison, S.D. Andrews, Philip B. Pendl, Grantee: John B. Dye and George G. Curtiss, Date: 16-Jul-1867
Roxanna S. Morrison, S.D. Andrews, Philip B. Pendleton and Reuben B. Davis all of Louisa to John B. Dye and George G. Curtiss of City of New York.$2,000 land near the upper waters of Contrary Creek 70 a. 1 1/2 mile north of Va. Central RR adj land of Nathl W. Harris being same land the late Commodore Stockton operated for gold some years since. All mineral and privileges and appurtenances. Commonly known as the Morrison Gold Mine. Morrison warrants that a deed of trust dated 10 Jan 1862 executed by Ann M. Houchens for the benefit Philip B. Pendleton and Reuben B. Davis in which John P.A. Johnson is named trustee has been fully paid and discharged and for Pendleton and Davis to execute a formal release. Sig. Mrs. R. S. Morrison, Ann S.D. Andrews, P. B. Pendleton, R. B. Davis.
Book: GG, Page: 444, Grantor: Reuben B. Davis, Grantee: , Date: 19-Jun-1867
Reuben B. Davis plaintiff against Christopher Johnson, Stephen Dunnington and Stephen A. Dunnington and John L. Collins and Joseph C. Boxley. The object of this suit is to set aside as fraudulent and void as against the plaintiff a certain writing purporting to be a deed of conveyance made 28 Feb 1866 by defendant Christopher Johnson to his co defendant Stephen A. Dunnington conveying Johnson's real estate in Louisa co. and subject to the claim of the plaintiff. Also to set aside the deed of Joseph C. Boxley and John L Collins Trustees for the creditors of James Hart to Stephen A. Dunnington. This land is land brought by Christopher Johnson of the trustees of James Hart containing 55 a adj. Reuben B. Davis, Barthalmew Whitlock, dec'd and John Hunter.
Book: GG, Page: 470, Grantor: John Hunter, Grantee: William Warren, Jr. President, Date: 21-May-1867
John Hunter of Louisa Co. to William Warren, Jr. President of the Victoria Mining and Manufacturing Co. of the city of Richmond $1,200 land conveyed to John Hunter by James M. Trice and Catherine his wife dated 23 Feb 1846. 120 1/2 acres .
Book: GG, Page: 525, Grantor: Hughson, R. E. , Grantee: Vest, H. Y., Date: 15-Oct-1867
Book: GG, Page: 526, Grantor: Hughson, W. M. S., Grantee: Hughson, Laura V., Date: 15-Oct-1867
Book: GG, Page: 526, Grantor: Hughson, James I., Grantee: Hughson, Laura V., Date: 15-Oct-1867
Book: GG, Page: 526, Grantor: Hughson, R. E., Grantee: Hughson, Laura V., Date: 15-Oct-1867
Book: GG, Page: 551, Grantor: Robert Hart, Jr. 1st part, John W. Davis 2nd part,, Grantee: R. B. Davis, Date: 13-Dec-1867
Robert Hart, Jr. 1st part, John W. Davis 2nd part, R. B. Davis and others 3rd part. Hart indebted to R. B. Davis bond $33.41 open account $11.42 129 a formerly owned by Dr. P. B. Pendleton adj. M. Estes, S.H. Butler, Davis may sell land privately if fair price or public. Sig. Robert Hart, Jr. wit: Jos. H. Hester, Henry Kennady.
Book: GG, Page: 555, Grantor: Fendol W. Chiles and Virginia D. Mansfield, Grantee: , Date: 03-Jan-1868
Whereas a marriage has been celebrated between Fendol W. Chiles and Virginia D. Mansfield both of Louisa, Virginia. Virginia D. was and is entitled to property. Fendol wishes to make a settlement on Virginia D. with James M. Wayt of Richmond as trustee for Virginia D. Chiles. A tract of land in Louisa County containing 238 acres adjoining North Anna River on North, on the east by Christophers Run, on the south by the dower land of Mrs. Ann F. Mansfield and the west by land of Ralph S. Dickenson. It being part of land formerly owned by William D. Mansfield, Dec'd. and same land allotted to Fendol W. Chiles and Virginia D., his wife, in her right by Joseph M. Baker, Joseph H. Johnson, and Edward S. Mansfield, commissioners acting under order of Court of Louisa . In trust nevertheless, James Wayt is to allow Virginia d. Chiles complete use of land free from her husbands control whatsoever. If she should die intestate the land goes to Fendol Chiles. Recorded 3 Jan 1868.
Book: GG, Page: 561, Grantor: William Reed and Elizabeth N. Reed his wife, Grantee: Franklin Lee, Date: 17-Apr-1867
William Reed and Elizabeth N. Reed his wife of City of New York and Robert H. Belden and Cornelia E. Belden his wife of City of Brooklyn, N.Y. to Franklin Lee of Buffalo, N.Y. for $5,000 the undivided 1/3 interest in all those tracts in Louisa Co., Va. described as the Waddy tract containing 104 acres; Waldrops tract cont. 131 1/8 acres; Another containing 441 acres; another containing 52 acres; Also 48 acres. Also all property belonging to Louisa Gold Mining Co.
Book: GG, Page: 561, Grantor: George B. Belden vs. William Reed and Robert H. Be, Grantee: , Date: 21-Jan-1868
George B. Belden vs. William Reed and Robert H. Belden suit now pending in Circuit Court subject four tracts of land in all 776 acres to payment of claim of plaintiff amounting to $2,500 with interest from 19 Mar 1867, conveyed by John F. Pickerell and wife to William Reed and Robert H. Belden on 19 Mar 1967. Also subject to said debt is 65 acres owned by Robert H. Belden and purchased by him of James M. Hancock. On all land an attachment was levied 27 Jan 1868. This memorandum of Lis pendens recorded by plaintiff as notice to all persons of the pending suit.
Book: GG, Page: 607, Grantor: George B. Newton vs. William Reed, Robert H. Belde, Grantee: , Date: 19-Mar-1867
George B. Newton vs. William Reed, Robert H. Belden and others. Subject is four tracts in Louisa to payment of claim of plaintiff amounting to $2,500 with interest from 19 Mar 1867. Conveyed to Reed and Belden by John F. Pickerall by deed 19 Mar 1867. Also subject to claim is payment of said claim on 65 3/4 acres of land purchased by Belden from James M. Hancock . Memo of Lis pendens. Rec. 13 Apr 1868.
Book: GG, Page: 649, Grantor: Reuben B. Davis, Grantee: Robert T. Bibb and Austin Hancock, Date: 25-Jun-1868
Reuben B. Davis recovered a judgement in Circuit Court in April term against Robert T. Bibb and Austin Hancock for $1,885.44 with interest from 18 Oct 1866 . Living on the property the sale would cause inconvience at this time. Davis is willing to suspend sale of property for 9 mos. upon conditions. Robert T. Bibb 1st part, Dr. Lewis S. Pendleton and Nathaniel W. Harris 2nd part and Reuben Davis 3rd part land on little River and Va. Central Railroad Bibb now resides 900 a adj. W. Austin Hancock, Edwin Baker, E. T. Harris, old Mill Road, also 100 a land on Contrary Creek purchased by Bibb of Nathaniel W. Harris, also 3 lots at Fredericks Hall depot all personal property . In trust to secure payment .
Book: GG, Page: 653, Grantor: Hughson, Aubrey, Grantee: Winston, Frank, Date: 01-Jan-1868
Book: GG, Page: 681, Grantor: John P.A. Johnson 1st part, Richard R. Towsey 2nd , Grantee: Davis, Date: 28-Sep-1868
John P.A. Johnson 1st part, Richard R. Towsey 2nd part, Reuben B. Davis, 3rd part. Johnson indebted to Davis $4,890. bond 29 Nov 1865 land Johnson now resides 500 a. adj David I. Anderson, Jr. R. E. Brooke and others, household, stock, plantation utensils, crops. In case of default, public auction to highest bidder with 30 days notice.
Book: GG, Page: 682, Grantor: James H. Woolfolk trustee for John P. A. Johnson, Grantee: Reuben Davis. John P.A. Johnson and Sara, Date: 01-Sep-1856
James H. Woolfolk trustee for John P A. Johnson to Reuben Davis. John P.A. Johnson and Sarah R. Johnson his wife by deed 1 Sep 1856 conveyed in fee simple to James H. Woolfolk land on which Johnson resided cont. 47a to remain until default on payment of $2,000 . Johnson having defaulted and R. B. Davis was highest bidder at public auction at $10.40 per acre $4,889.40. Davis has paid to James H. Woolfolk $2,485.71 as commissioner. Davis is entitled to balance of purchase money by virtue of deed of trust executed 29 Nov 1855 to secure a much larger amount.
Book: GG, Page: 686, Grantor: Reuben B. Davis and Ann Maria his wife, Grantee: Thomas Ennis, Date: 18-Sep-1868
Reuben B. Davis and Ann Maria his wife to Thomas Ennis all of Louisa 14 a. for $225 part of old Tolersville tract on east side of county road adj. Hyram Stiffer, dec'd. Sig. R. B. Davis and Ann Maria Davis.
Book: GG, Page: 691, Grantor: Towsey and Mary Ann his wife, Grantee: Reuben B. Davis, Date:
Towsey and Mary Ann his wife to Reuben B. Davis for consideration of premises and $5.00 land being part of the old Tolersville tract formerly belonging to Capt. William F. Toler, dec'd. 40 a on which the dwelling and other houses are situated adj. R. B. Davis and others lying both sides of county road from Louisa C.H. to Frederick Hall Depot being same land sold said Towsey by Mrs. James M. Peacher.
Book: GG, Page: 707, Grantor: Snow, Theodore P. & wife, Grantee: Bibb, William F., Date: 03-Nov-1868
Book: GG, Page: 716, Grantor: Edward S. Mansfield and Mary E. his wife, Grantee: James G. Boxley, Date: 28-Oct-1868
Edward S. Mansfield and Mary E. his wife to James G. Boxley $5.00 part of tract called Holland 70 acres adj. road from Louisa C.H. to Fredericksburg, lands of Edward S. Mansfield, and G.C. McGehee.
Book: GG, Page: 716, Grantor: Edward S. Mansfield and Mary E., his wife, Grantee: James G. Boxley, Date: 28-Oct-1868
Edward S. Mansfield and Mary E., his wife, to James G. Boxley $5.00 part of tract called Holland 70 acres adjoining road from Louisa C.H. to Fredericksburg, lands of Edward S. Mansfield, and G.C. McGehee.
Book: GG, Page: 718, Grantor: James L. Gunter and Elizabeth D. his wife, Grantee: Frank V. Winston, Date: 05-Dec-1868
Deed of Trust 5 Dec 1868 James L. Gunter and Elizabeth D. his wife to Frank V. Winston all of Louisa. All of that land upon which James L. Gunter resides lying in said County upon main road running from Louisa Court House to Enon Church bounded by lands of Robert N. Trice, Jacquelin D. Gillum, Bushrod W. Baker, Charles M. Dickenson and others containing by estimate 430 acres embracing all the land owned by said James L. Gunter in said County. In trust to pay F. V. Winston $200 this day loaned by him to James L. Gunter. Sale to cover all expenses incurred in the sale, to cover said loan and services rendered James L. Gunter by Frank V. Winston as his attorney "in winding up all his business in Virginia", many of debts secured by this deed are debts where James L. Gunter is Surety and Winston is granted power to enforce against the principals. Sig. James L. Gunter and Elizabeth D. Gunter. Rec. 7 Dec 1868. John Hunter and A. W. Talley Justices of Louisa certify for Elizabeth D. Gunter.
Book: GG, Page: 721, Grantor: Francis O. Moss and R. K. Towsey trustees for Rich, Grantee: Reuben B. Davis, Date: 15-Dec-1868
Francis O. Moss and R. K. Towsey trustees for Richard Talley who has defaulted on all bonds. Moss and Towsey as trustees advertised and sold land at public auction with Reuben B. Davis being highest bidder on 15 Oct 1868 at $6.00/a total $1440. 240a being same land held by trustees to secure indebtedness to Davis.
Book: GG, Page: 728, Grantor: Assignment, Grantee: Lewis E. Higby, Date: 26-Nov-1868
Assignment of Bankrupts Effects in District Court of the United States District of Va. in the matter of James E. Smith, bankrupt. Lewis E. Higby of the City of Richmond appointed assignee of the estate of James E. Smith of Louisa who has been adjudged bankrupt by decree of the Court assigned to Lewis E. Higby all estate real and personal including all property he had on 14 Oct 1868 excepting such property as exempted by the 14th section of the bankrupt act.
Book: GG, Page: 747, Grantor: Jabez Massie and Mary his wife, Grantee: Edward S. Mansfield and Ann F. Mansfield, Date: 28-Nov-1868
Jabez Massie and Mary his wife to Edward S. Mansfield and Ann F. Mansfield exors. of William D. Mansfield, Dec'd., land called Pends ? on North Anna adjoining James Boxley, Thomas Bronough, Dec'd. James Hiter 325 acres. Ann F. Mansfield is trustee.
Book: GG, Page: 788, Grantor: Edward Mansfield, Grantee: , Date: 13-Feb-1869
Deed of Trust Edward Mansfield indebted to numerous persons 13 Feb 1869. Edward S. and Mary E. Mansfield his wife with Robert M. Kent trustee 250 acres adjoining Dr. Joseph S. Boxley and others on Christopher Run, dower lands of Mary B. Mansfield, 1/2of one third interest in the McGehee gold mine and household furnishings, etc.
Book: GG, Page: 791, Grantor: Henry Kennady and Sarah his wife 1st part, and Joh, Grantee: Kennedy by John R. Rawlund and Lydia Ann, Date: 20-Feb-1869
Henry Kennady and Sarah his wife 1st part, and John W. Davis 2nd part .deed of trust Land in Louisa Co. 160 a. adj Murwood Estes, Thomas Estes, Being the same land conveyed to Kennedy by John R. Rawlund and Lydia Ann his wife, Samuel Artz and wife Harriet, James Marmaduke and wife Elizabeth, Charles W. Porter and wife Mary A., Femor Bowers and wife Margaret, Samuel Swain and wife Sarah A. being heirs of Hyram Stiffler, dec'd. In trust to secure to Davis as agent of John F. Rowland and others heirs and representatives of Hyman Stiffler, dec'd. the same $200 evidenced by bond of $200 dated 1 Jan 1869 payable 2 years after date and secured by H. Kennedy to R. B. Davis agent as aforesaid.
Book: GG, Page: 810, Grantor: Wm. W. McGehee, Grantee: , Date: 26-Mar-1869
On bonds to Commonwealth of Va. for Wm. W. McGehee appointed 26 Mar 1869 by Gen. George Stousman Commanding 1st Military dist. of Va. McGhee appt. Clerk of the court. Thomas I. May appointed sheriff, Samuel N. Moss commissioner of Revenue
Book: HH, Page: 2, Grantor: Thomas R. Walton and Andrew W. Walton, Grantee: Ira F. Jordan and Samuel F. Jordon, Date: 10-May-1869
Thomas R. Walton and Andrew W. Walton exors of Wm. Walton, dec'd. to Ira F. Jordan and Samuel F. Jordon partners in manufacture of iron. On 5 Nov 1867 at a public sale of the lands of William Walton, dec'd. made by the exors near Louisa Courthouse the Jordans purchased tracts #1 tract containing 94 acres 2 rods, 36 poles known as the Gunter and Ware Tract adjoining Lewis Butler, Charles Groom estate for $10 per acres #2 tract containing 138 acres adjoining Jesse C. Whitlock, Bellamy and other for $8 per acre. All notes have been paid.
Book: HH, Page: 30, Grantor: Jesse Hawkins and Emily his wife for love, Grantee: Mary Butler and wife, Date:
Jesse Hawkins and Emily his wife for love to our daughter Mary Butler and wife of William Butler tract adjoining old Mountain and Ross Roads, Jesse Hawkins, Bartlett Henson cont. 20 acres.
Book: HH, Page: 50, Grantor: Reuben B. Davis, Grantee: Robt. T. Bibb, Date: 23-Jun-1869
Account of sale of real estate made on accounts of Reuben B. Davis, Esq. under deed of trust given to Davis by Robt. T. Bibb, dec'd. by L.S. Pendleton and Nath'l. W. Harris Trustee.
Book: HH, Page: 93, Grantor: Bibb, William F., Grantee: Snow, Theodore P., Date: 03-Sep-1869
Book: HH, Page: 139, Grantor: Charles G. Goodman, Grantee: John E. Hoover, Date: 01-Jan-1870
Contract 3 Nov 1869 between Charles G. Goodman to John E. Hoover of State of Wisconsin. Goodman sells 840 acres adjoining Charles Quarles, C. R. Bowleware, William S. Carter and others.$2,500 down and $2,500 due on 1 Jan 1870 residue of $5,500 by 2 bonds due 1870 and 1872. Goodman to deliver land 1 Jan 1870 but as to 3 rooms in the house he is to have possession if he wishes it. there are liens on the property which have to be paid with the down payment money to discharge the liens.
Book: HH, Page: 141, Grantor: Charles G. Goodman, Grantee: John E. Harris, Date: 01-Jan-1870
Charles G. Goodman to John E. Harris $1,500 for 840 acres adjoining Charles Quarles, C. R. Boulware, William S. Carter consisting of several tracts, one tract bought of Robert Hart and wife 8 Nov 1841, one tract from William Baker and wife 9 Mar 1852, one tract bought of Edward P. Hawkins and wife 10 Jun 1853, one tract bought of William S. Carter and wife, one tract bought of James S. Gordon 2 Feb 1857, one tract bought 20 Dec 1860 of Charles Quarles and wife and one tract bought of Hugh Davis and wife 24 Nov 1854.
Book: HH, Page: 196, Grantor: Bibb, Benjamin D., Grantee: Bibb, James D., Date: 21-Sep-1869
Book: HH, Page: 245, Grantor: John Hunter, Jr. commissioner 1st, Nancy Butler, M, Grantee: Mary A. Butler and Nancy Butler, Date: 04-Mar-1876
John Hunter, Jr. commissioner 1st, Nancy Butler, Mary A. Butler, Benjah Butler and Shelton Harlow by suit Harlow and wife vs. Butler and other in which Shelton Harlow and wife plaintiffs and Benjah Butler and others defendants ordered Benjah as commissioner should make sale of 52 acres adjoining Chapman White which Augustine Butler, dec'd. died seized by decree 11 Mar 1868 and he sold at auction to Mary A. Butler and Nancy Butler for $1.50 per acre. $40 cash remaining $38 has been paid.
Book: HH, Page: 250, Grantor: William M. Kennon and Camila R. Kennon, Grantee: John O. Foster, Date: 20-Sep-1869
William M. Kennon and Camila R. Kennon to John O. Foster all of Louisa 20 1/2 acres adjoining George Hunter, George Kennon and Joseph H. Perkins for $200.
Book: CC, Page: 294, Grantor: Conner, Paul W., Grantee: , Date: 13-Dec-1852
Paul W. Conner (commissioner) suit of Wm. Smith against John A. Smith for $10 and $304 sell to John S. May tract adj. N. W. McGehee, John S. May and others supposed to contain 101 acres.
Book: CC, Page: 295, Grantor: May, John W., Grantee: Minor, Lucian, Date: 13-Dec-1852
John W. May sells to Lucian Minor 101 acres.
Book: HH, Page: 402, Grantor: Thomas Ennis and Susan his wife, Grantee: Ann M. and John W. Davis, Date: 08-Sep-1870
Thomas Ennis and Susan his wife, to Ann M. and John W. Davis exors of R. B. Davis, Dec.d, all of Louisa, $425 for 14 acres being part of Old Tolersville Tract on East side of County Road adjoining Hyram Stiffler, Dec'd., with appurtenances. Rec. 3 Sep 1870.
Book: HH, Page: 443, Grantor: Murray, Henry W., Grantee: Trevilian, Charles L. , Date: 01-Jan-1870
Henry W. Murray (Special Commissioner) under a decree of the Louisa Circuit Court April 1870 in chancery suit depending in which George W. May, Tandy Chewning and others plaintiffs and Josiah C. Sanner, Miletus T. Gooch and others defendants to Charles G. Trevilian all of Louisa Co. By decree of court 21 April 1859 David M. Hunter was appointed Commissioner to sell following lands belonging to said Josiah C. Sanner: 1 tract of 4 acres; 2nd tract of 63 acres, 3rd tract of 5 acres including the tavern and other buildings near the line of the Chesapeake and Ohio RR about 1 mile south of Trevilian Depot adjoining Alexander Netherland and others. Said land was sold to Charles G. Trevilian 28 July 1860 in pursuance of said decree and by a decree April 1870 Henry W. Murray was appointed Commissioner to withdraw from among the papers of the said suit all bonds executed by said Trevilian and Militus T. Gooch his security for the purchase money and to collect same. Trevilian has paid all bonds to sum to date of $1,575.75 and by special warranty deed Murray conveys the 3 tracts including the tavern house. Recorded 2 Dec. 1870.
Book: HH, Page: 476, Grantor: Carter, William S., Grantee: Hughson, Frederick, Date: 21-Jan-1870
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