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Book: HH, Page: 542, Grantor: Danne. Charles, Grantee: Graham, Julia, Date: 08-May-1871
Book: HH, Page: 568, Grantor: Thomas R. Walton and Andrew W. Walton, Grantee: William Lett, Date: 01-Jul-1872
Thomas R. Walton and Andrew W. Walton exors. of William Walton to William Lett of New York lands on Contrary Creek. By William Walton's will his lands on Contrary Creek to be divided in 2 tracts. 1st tract known as Gunter Ware tract has been sold and the other tract called the Old Mansion tract containing 240 acres was bought at an auction by Lett for $7 per acre excepting 1/4 acre including the family burying ground and in which said William Walton was buried and which was not sold to Lett. For $1678.25 the Mansion Tract of 239 3/4 acres on Contrary Creek adjoining Copper Mine, Walton Gold Mine now in possession of Alfred Trice as tennant. Trice not to be disturbed for the remainder of the year and Lett is to receive his rent. Justices of Hanover certify for Thomas R. Walton and Justices of Fayeth, West Va. certify for Andrew W. Walton.
Book: HH, Page: 572, Grantor: Danne, Charles Sr., Grantee: Thornton, Rich d., Date: 13-Nov-1871
Book: HH, Page: 602, Grantor: Lasley, Edwin D., Grantee: Lasley, Martha W., Marshall T.,And Hamilton, Date: 12-May-1871
Regarding a parcel of 210 acres on the Beaver Dam Creek adjoining the land of Manoah LANFORD, B. B. BREECH, and others. The parcel was willed to Edwin D. Lasley by his father, John B. LASLEY. This deed gives the land to Marshall and Hamilton Lasley in consideration of their support of said Edwin D. Lasley for the remainder of his life.
Book: HH, Page: 615, Grantor: Perkins, Zack wife, Grantee: Hughson, William S., Date: 09-Oct-1871
Book: HH, Page: 637, Grantor: Homestead exemption, Grantee:  , Date:
Homestead exemption of Mary R. Hambleton widow of William V. M. Hambleton inventory of her property, personal and bonds against William O. and Richard Talley for balance of purchase price of property sold by my late husband in his lifetime to them containing about 100 acres on which I reside near Centerville in Louisa County for $1,098.25 total.
Book: HH, Page: 669, Grantor: Homestead, Grantee: Dunn, William A., Date: 01-Jan-1871
Book: 1, Page: 75, Grantor: Fendol W. Chiles and Virginia D., his wife, Grantee: James G. Boxley, Date: 14-Dec-1871
Fendol W. Chiles and Virginia D., his wife, to James G. Boxley all of Louisa; $1,000; 76 3/4 acres adjoining Ralph N. Dickerson, said Chiles and other. Sig. Fendol W. Chiles and Virginia D. Chiles. Rec. 8 Jan 1872.
Book: 1, Page: 82, Grantor: James G. Boxley and Fenton B., his wife, Grantee: Fendol W. Chiles, Date: 14-Dec-1871
James G. Boxley and Fenton B., his wife, to Fendol W. Chiles; $1,000; 2 tracts 1st tract containing 272 2/3 acres known as Beadles Tract adjoining John Marshall, Nathan A. Ware and others; 2nd tract containing 130 acres known as Wharton adjoining John Hillman and Chiles. Boxley and wife also convey all their interest and title in a gold mine known as McGehees. Boxley agrees to let Chiles open a road commencing a corner of the gate between F. W. Chiles and R. W. Dickerson and Boxley running straight to corner of Col. G.C. McGehee and Boxley on the Fredericksburg Road. Sig. James B. Boxley and Fenton B. Boxley. Rec. 15 Jan 1872.
Book: 1, Page: 189, Grantor: Frederick Hughson, Grantee: Elizabeth U. McGehee, Date:
Frederick Hughson of Albemarle for natural love of my sister Elizabeth U. McGehee tract on South Anna River cont. 2 acres on north bank adj. dower land of sd. Elizabeth.
Book: 1, Page: 194, Grantor: Alfred W. Trice, Grantee: Henry W. Murray, Date: 21-May-1872
Deed Trust 21 May 1872 Alfred W. Trice to Henry W. Murray trustee, in trust 1 yoke oxen, one bay mare named Bett, 3 red cows, 14 hogs, the crops now planted of corn and oats and tobacco on farm Trice resides about 1 mile north of Tolersville [now Mineral] being farm owned by estate of Patsy Walton in trust to secure to George J. Summer [owned a seed and fertilizer, hardware store] the payment of $19.85, also $51.88 and $7.33, in case of default a sale to be held. [Margin note satisfied 1902
Book: 1, Page: 238, Grantor: Alexander C. Hambleton and Lucy J. his wife, Grantee: Philip Yancey, James Bullock and Pleasantine Bullo, Date: 24-Aug-1872
Alexander C. Hambleton and Lucy J. his wife, to Philip Yancey, James Bullock and Pleasantine Bullock for $400 for tract on road from Centerville to Jordon's Mill cont. 75 acres adjoining Wm. V. M. Hambleton, Clivis Boxley being same land purchased of Wm. V. M. Hambleton.
Book: 1, Page: 262, Grantor: Fendol W. Chiles and Virginia D., his wife, Grantee: John A. Hillman, Date: 19-Dec-1871
Fendol W. Chiles and Virginia D., his wife, to John A. Hillman all of Louisa; $240; 30 acres adjoining John A. Hillman, Fendol W. Chiles and others. Ref. plat 16 Nov 1871. Chiles reserves right of a road for getting ice off the lake for Chiles. Sig. F. W. and Virginia Chiles. Rec. 14 Oct 1872.
Book: 1, Page: 272, Grantor: Trevilian, Grantee: Dunn, Date:
Plat Trevilian, Dunn 235 1/4 acres 1859
Book: 1, Page: 456, Grantor: Landrum, Lewis W., Grantee: Lasley, Marshall T., Date: 25-Apr-1873
Concerns the transfer of one still with all its fixtures and affurntainances [sic] from Lewis W. Landrum to Marshall T. Lasley for the payment of $80.
Book: 1, Page: 616, Grantor: Susan Butler, Grantee: her daughter Eliza Thurston, Date: 20-Sep-1873
Susan Butler to her daughter Eliza Thurston for $7.50 for 1 acres around a cabin on which Eliza now lives adjoining Susan Butler, A. H. Johnson, David W. Perkins. Sig. Susan H. Butler. wit. Benjamin M. Francisco, A. J. Butler.
Book: 1, Page: 648, Grantor: Dunn, Benjamin F., Grantee: Lancaster, Amanda N., Date: 02-Nov-1873
for $300 136 acres. Bounded on the north by the North Anna River, East by Thomas R. Hawkins, South by John Bibb, West by John S. May & Samuel Parrott. Amanda agrees to furnish her father John Dunn, Sr. a home and room on said premises and reserve 1/4 acre as family burial ground. A. S. Dunn J.P.
Book: 1, Page: 762, Grantor: Mills, Charles M. And Ann E., Grantee: Lasley, Judith C., Date: 23-Mar-1874
For and in consideration of $1000, all pieces of land (a parcel of 165 and 3/4 acres) in Louisa County on Columbia Road adjoining the property of John ANDERSON and William WALKER are transferred to Judith C. Lasley from Charles and Ann Mills.
Book: 2, Page: 81, Grantor: Greensprings, Grantee:  , Date:
Map of Greenspring Station & C&O RR - 2 acres; shows store on s. side of track & depot on s. side of track [store burned and was rebuilt on N. side of track]
Book: 2, Page: 165, Grantor: Fendol W. Chiles of Louisa to Thomas F. West, Grantee: Thomas F. West, Date: 09-Nov-1874
Deed of Trust Fendol W. Chiles of Louisa to Thomas F. West of Richmond in trust tract on East side of the North Anna River, 9 miles NE of Court House known as "Beadles" containing 272 acres to secure to John C. Cammack, Exor of John C. Cammack, Dec'd. bond of $599.16 Sig. Fendol W. Chiles. Rec. 9 Nov 1874
Book: 2, Page: 174, Grantor: John W. Hester 1st., Joseph M, Baker, Grantee: Elliot V. Durrett, Date: 19-Nov-1874
deed of trust 19 Nov 1874 John W. Hester 1st., Joseph M, Baker all of Louisa in trust 24 acres adjoining James M. Chiles now cultivated by said Hester. In trust to secure to Elliot V. Durrett $100 owed him by Hester.
Book: 2, Page: 368, Grantor: Dunn, Thomas R. & Emily, Grantee: Tyler, Stephen, Date: 04-Nov-1871
For $50.00 ???? Acres; At a pine tree in R. Fox line, S W side of county road leading from Trevilians Depot to Charlottesville, up road to corner Nancy Lipscomb line, S. on Lipscomb line to R. Fox line, w/ Fox line to beginning.
Book: 2, Page: 390, Grantor: David T. Butler, Grantee:  , Date: 04-Jun-1875
David T. Butler claims his homestead to be exempt from liens etc. 180 acres adjoining Charles Banah, R. S. Ellis and others at $/acre for $720; 4 horses $200, 9 cattle $160, 23 hogs $40, household and kitchen furniture $75, plantation utensils $200, 1 carriage $15, 1 buggy $10, 1 waggon $40. Crop of wheat, corn oats and tobacco $300 total $1,600. 4 Jun 1875. David T. (X) Butler.
Book: 2, Page: 457, Grantor: John C. Cammack, Grantee: Fendol W. Chiles, Date: 17-Sep-1875
Release 17 Sep 1875 John C. Cammack, Exor of John C. Cammack, Dec'd to Fendol W. Chiles. Deed of trust on Beadles
Book: 2, Page: 460, Grantor: Fendol W. Chiles and Virginia D., his wife, Grantee: David Lyon, Date: 17-Sep-1875
Fendol W. Chiles and Virginia D., his wife, to David Lyon; $600; tract on North Anna being part of tract known as "Beadles Tract" going up Road leading from Holladays Mill to Tolersville containing 130 acres. Sig. Fendol W. Chiles and Virginia D. Chiles. Rec. 24 Sep 1875.
Book: 2, Page: 504, Grantor: David Lyon and Georgianna, his wife, Grantee: Fendol W. Chiles, Date: 27-Sep-1875
David Lyon and Georgianna, his wife, to Fendol W. Chiles; $138; 30 acres being part of a tract bought by Lyons of said Chiles. Sig. David Lyon and Mrs. Georgianna Lyon.
Book: 2, Page: 525, Grantor: Alfred W. Trice, Grantee: John L. Trice and Deanna V. Trice, wife, Date: 25-Oct-1875
Alfred W. Trice to John L. Trice and Deanna V. Trice, wife of Alfred W. Trice, for $1. in trust all interest Alfred W. may have in estate of his father the late John L. Trice, dec'd. real or personal, also all Alfred's cows, sheep, hogs and household furniture in possession of Alfred W. Trice. Rec. 8 Nov 1875. [There are many of these deeds in the records of Louisa County at this time where a man deeds his property to his wife in the trust of another male when he is having financial difficulties and from the liens on his crops we can be sure that Alfred was having difficulties as were many of the farmers at this time in Louisa County.
Book: 2, Page: 558, Grantor: Andrew J. Butler 1st, Stephen W. Butler 2nd. and J, Grantee: Winston, Date: 27-Nov-1875
Andrew J. Butler 1st, Stephen W. Butler 2nd. and Joseph B. Winston 3rd. all of Louisa Co. Andrew and Stephen grant to Winston personal property - crop of tobacco- on farm they jointly reside, about 1,000 pounds also wheat now growing, IN TRUST to secure to Jno. J. Summer bonds $13.50 dated 1875, $17.25 dated 1875, $61.45 dated 1875. Sig. Andrew J. Butler and Stephen W. Butler.
Book: 2, Page: 578, Grantor: John Johnson and Hardenia B., his wife, Grantee: James M. Trice, Date: 08-Jan-1875
John Johnson and Hardenia B., his wife of Greenbrier, West Va. to James M. Trice of Louisa for $5 tract near Fredericks Hall adjoining C & O. , Robert T. Bibb...
Book: 3, Page: 37, Grantor: Frederick Lorry and Teressa his wife, Grantee: Michael Wilbert, Date: 25-Jan-1876
Frederick Lorry and Teressa his wife to Michael Wilbert for $900, 100 acres adjoining William S. Swift, Cartersville Rd. and sd. Levy and Swifts Mill tract. Sig. Frederick Levy and Teressa Levy.
Book: 3, Page: 47, Grantor: F. D. Talley and Eliza E. his wife, Grantee: P. B. Pendleton, Date: 29-Feb-1876
F. D. Talley and Eliza E. his wife to P. B. Pendleton $215.25 adjoining the C & O Rail Road conveyed to F. D. Talley by N. W. Harris and Ellen M. his wife in 1866 and designated as lot #1 containing 21 acres adjoining old Church Rd., R. B. Davis, Charles Harris.
Book: 3, Page: 62, Grantor: W. Chiles and Virginia D., his wife, Grantee: David Lyon, Date:
W. Chiles and Virginia D., his wife, to David Lyon all of Louisa; $20; 4 acres adjoining land Lyons bought of Chiles south of Lyons farm adjoining County Road leading from Holladays Mill and road to Tolersville. Sig. Fendol Chiles and Virginia D. Chiles. Rec. 9 Mar 1876
Book: 3, Page: 98, Grantor: Geo. J. Sumner, Grantee: Lewis S. Butler, Date: 29-Apr-1876
Agreement Geo. J. Sumner of Louisa and Lewis S. Butler, if Sumner makes any advances either in money or supplies beginning 1 Jun 1876 - Dec. 31, he shall be entitled to a lien on crops on tract owned and occupied by Mrs. Bettie A. Butler near Louisa adjoining J. M. Beadles and David M. Hunter and others.
Book: 3, Page: 210, Grantor: Ira F. Jordan and W. H. Jordon, Grantee: Lewis H. Butler. Ira F. Jordan and Samue, Date: 05-Oct-1874
Ira F. Jordan and W. H. Jordon Exors of S. f. Jordan, dec'd., J. T. Jordan exor of Samuel F. Jordon, dec'd. and C. G. Jordan exor of Samuel F. Jordan, dec'd. to Lewis H. Butler. Ira F. Jordan and Samuel F. Jordan under style of Ira F. Jordan and Co. in the manufacture of iron at the Victoria Furnace. Ira f. Jordan's will probated in Rockbridge County and grantors are parties under said will. On 17 Mar 1874 Ira F. Jordan surviving partners sold to Lewis H. Butler for $148 tract about 74 acres on left side road running from Victoria Furnace to Tolersville on which J. H. Whitlock store is situated adjoining said Butler, Thomas Sims and Edward Trice (colored) except rock quarries. Both hath fully paid the $148.
Book: 3, Page: 212, Grantor: Lewis H. Butler and Lavinia L. his wife, Grantee: John H. Whitlock, Date: 06-Jul-1876
Agreement 6 Jul 1876 between Lewis H. Butler and Lavinia L. his wife to John H. Whitlock for $2.25 for tract containing 74 acres on left of the road running from Victoria Furnace to Tolersville on which H. H. Whitlock has a store and adjoining lands of sd. Butler, Thomas Sims being same land conveyed to Lewis H. Butler by deed from Ira F. Jordan and others. 5 Oct 1874 recorded 6 Jul 1876 except the rock quarries which were expressly reserved from sale Jordan to Butler. Sig. Lewis H. (x) Butler and Lavinia L. (X) Butler.
Book: 3, Page: 215, Grantor: Alfred W. Trice, Grantee: Charles R. Perkins, Date: 10-Jul-1876
Agreement 10 Jul 1876 Alfred W. Trice to Charles R. Perkins lien on Trice's Tobacco and corn crop.
Book: 3, Page: 224, Grantor: Alfred W. Trice, Grantee: Allison and Addison, Date: 12-Jun-1876
Allison and Addison of Richmond get lien on Alfred W. Trice's tobacco crop for advancement of manure.
Book: 3, Page: 285, Grantor: Clara S. Garland, Grantee: Elvira Watson, Thomas Watson, Clarence W, Date: 21-Aug-1876
Clara S. Garland to Elvira Watson, Thomas Watson, Clarence Watson and Major Watson of 2nd part and Rebecca Smith and heirs of her body of 3rd part, Jane Price and Julian Price of 4th part, Mary Harris and heirs of her body 5th part, etc.[ copied]
Book: 3, Page: 294, Grantor: Geo. J. Summers, Grantee: S. W. Butler, Date: 12-Jun-1876
Agreement between Geo. J. Summers of Louisa and S. W. Butler of same. If Summers shall make any advance either in supplies to said S. W. Butler during year 1876 Summers entitled to a lien to the extent of such advances. S. W. Butler farm adjoins lands of Jno. E. Nelson and upon any other lands he may cultivate. [Summers had a fertilizer supply store in Louisa County at this time]
Book: 3, Page: 368, Grantor: H. B. Bibb and Alfred W. Trice, Grantee: Trice, Date: 01-Apr-1876
Agreement between H. B. Bibb and Alfred W. Trice of Louisa. If Bibb makes any financial advancement to Trice during year 1876 then Bibb to have a lien on crops on land Trice now lives and other land he has in cultivation and Trice will deliver to Bibb the tobacco crop or exchange. 1 Apr 1876.
Book: 3, Page: 446, Grantor: G.C. McGehee, Jr. 1st, to Fendol W. Chiles 2nd,, Grantee: Fendol W. Chiles, Date: 23-Nov-1876
Deed of Trust 23 Nov 1876 G.C. McGehee, Jr. 1st, to Fendol W. Chiles 2nd, trustee, In trust 1 acre of land and buildings, small dwelling house, blacksmith shop, wheel wright shop on public road leading from Louisa Court House to Fredericksburg adjoining Nathan Smith, G.C. McGehee, Sr. and others; to secure $500 to W. J. Johnson of Richmond. Sig. G.C. McGehee, Jr. and George C. McGehee.
Book: 3, Page: 645, Grantor: Henry M. Daniel, Grantee: Stephen W. Butler, Date: 13-Jun-1877
Agreement 13 Jun 1877 Henry M. Daniel of Louisa and Stephen W. Butler of same . If Daniel should make any advances he is to have a lien on Butler's tobacco crop to the amount of the advances.
Book: 3, Page: 686, Grantor: Edmund A. Grubbs, Grantee: George M. Kent, Date: 25-Apr-1877
Edmund A. Grubbs to George M. Kent, trustee, in trust land adjoining William P. W___, M. Parrish, 183 acres land where Edmund A. Grubbs resides in trust to secure to James M. Kent and Booker Parrish merchants at Kents Store, Fluvanna co. several bonds.
Book: 3, Page: 779, Grantor: Allison and Addison, Grantee:  , Date: 04-Jun-1877
Allison and Addison of Richmond get lien on Trices tobacco crop for 7 bags of their Soluble Pacific Guam fertilizer.
Book: 4, Page: 13, Grantor: Alfred W. Trice to W. E. Bibb, Grantee: W. E. Bibb, Date: 25-Oct-1877
Deed of trust 25 Oct 1877 Alfred W. Trice to W. E. Bibb of Louisa lien on crop of tobacco on farm Trice resides rented of R. M. Kent estimated to be 3 thousand pounds. in trust to secure to Horace B. Bibb $100.
Book: 4, Page: 27, Grantor: Roberts, T. R., Grantee: Elam, Wm. T., Date: 01-Jan-1961
Then sold by Elam to Kermit Crawford (DB 111 pg 292, 25-Aug-1951); then from Crawford to Ro. & Janet Miller (DB 124 pg 321); then to Janet Miller (DB 311 pg 25, 27-Jun-1986).
Book: 4, Page: 146, Grantor: A.M. Garland and R. C. Garland, Grantee: Julius Anderson, Date: 09-Mar-1878
A.M. Garland and R. C. Garland of Louisa for $15. to Julius Anderson of Louisa for a parcel of land being the northern portion and one half of land surveyed by John Richardson in 1872 known as lot #5 beginning on Road leading from Elk Creek Road and Poindexters gates adjoining Oregon Gibson. (legal description) 9 Mar 1878. Sig. A. M. Garland and R. C. Garland. Geo. W. Cooke, notary for Louisa certifies for Missess Garlands. Rec. 11 Mar 1878.
Book: 4, Page: 203, Grantor: Tisdale, Mrs E., Grantee: Robertson, M. W., Date:
land on Hickory Creek
Book: 4, Page: 272, Grantor: Allison and Addison, Grantee: Alfred W. Trice, Date: 04-May-1878
Agreement 4 May 1878 Allison and Addison of Richmond to Alfred W. Trice 7 bags of Tobacco manure during 1878 1879, Trice gives lien on tobacco crop.
Book: 4, Page: 331, Grantor: John W. Davis, Grantee: Robert F. Moss, Date: 14-Mar-1877
John W. Davis to Robert F. Moss trustee all title and interest in estate of Reuben B. Davis estate real and personnel as R. B. Davis' will dated 7 Apr 1870. Rec. 11 Jul 1870 to secure the payment of R.F. Davis of the sum of $3,750 with interest on $2,750 from 10 Jan 1876 due and owing by said John W. Davis to the said R. F. Davis. Moss to sell however much necessary to pay said sum with interest at public auction for cash after having given notice. Allowing for expenses and a 5% comm. on first $300. and 2% on remainder.
Book: 4, Page: 397, Grantor:  , Grantee: Lucy Sims and Wilson Lightfoot, Date:
Legatees of estate of J. B. Smith for $67.77 to Lucy Sims and Wilson Lightfoot her son tract containing 7 4/5 acres adj. J. M. Best, Chas. Sims, Edward Sims dec'd. in his lifetime bargained for the land and paid $40 as per receipt held by Lucy his widow with balance of $67.77 paid. Sig. S. E. Smith guardian of J. E. Smith, John H. Smith, Sarah J. Smith, J. E. Gay, Luella C. Gay, W. J. Smith, Sallie J. Smith, R. V. Smith, Addie C. Smith, Charles H. Smith, George W. Smith.
Book: 4, Page: 400, Grantor: Amanda M. Garland and Rebecca C. Garland, Grantee: Winston Coleman, Date: 18-Dec-1878
Amanda M. Garland and Rebecca C. Garland of Louisa $224 to Winston Coleman of same for 28 acres beg. road leading to Poindexters Gates, head of branch in A. V. Poindexter's line, road leading from Elk Creek Road adjoining A. V. Poindexter and Julius Anderson being a part of the Laurel Hill Estate known as lot #7. Sig. Amanda M. Garland and Rebecca C. Garland. Wm. Waddy, Justice of Louisa certifies for Misses Garland. Rec. 18 Dec 1878 (Legal description)
Book: 4, Page: 407, Grantor: David T. Butler and Angelina his wife, Grantee: Robert L. Butler, Date: 07-Mar-1870
David T. Butler and Angelina his wife of Louisa to Robert L. Butler $200 for tract on Doctors Road containing 30 acres adjoining Doctors Road, Oggs, Chambers. Sig. David T. Butler and Angelina Butler.
Book: 4, Page: 537, Grantor: Alfred W. Trice, Grantee: Joseph B. Winston, Date: 03-May-1879
Alfred W. Trice to Joseph B. Winston crop of tobacco estimated to be 5 thousand pounds in trust to secure bond to Palmer Hailwork & co. for $58.27.
Book: 4, Page: 558, Grantor: Amanda M. Garland and Rebecca C. Garland, Grantee: William Smith, Gabriel Monroe, and William Robinso, Date: 11-Apr-1879
Amanda M. Garland and Rebecca C. Garland of Louisa to William Smith, Gabriel Monroe, and William Robinson trustees for the Congregation of the Laurel Hill Baptist Church of Louisa County for good will and $1. Parcel of land adjoining lands of Mrs. S. D. Mills and others containing one acre being a part of the Laurel Hill farm beginning at corner with county road with Mrs. Johnson in Mills line, Misses Garland (legal description). In Trust and for the only proper use and behoof of the congregation of the Laurel Hill Baptist Church. Sig. Amanda M. Garland and Rebecca C. Garland. Wm. Waddy justice certifies for Misses Garland. Rec. 14 Apr 1879. [Margin note] delivered to P.H. Graves for trustees.
Book: 4, Page: 606, Grantor: Allison and Addison, Grantee: Alfred W. Trice, Date:
Agreement between Allison and Addison of Richmond to Alfred W. Trice for 4 bags tobacco manure valued at $20 in trust crop of tobacco estimated at 5 thousand pounds.
Book: 4, Page: 664, Grantor: Lien on tobacco crop for advance, Grantee:  , Date: 11-Dec-1879
Lien on tobacco crop for advance of $100. crop consisting of about 6,000 lbs. to be shipped on or before 1 Mar 1800. Sig. John W. Davis
Book: 4, Page: 681, Grantor: Willis W. Proffit and Betty C. his wife and Nancy , Grantee: Henry A. Spears, Date: 04-Jan-1842
Deed 6 Dec 1879 Willis W. Proffit and Betty C., his wife and Nancy C. Thomasson to Henry A. Spears all of Louisa $7,000 paid or secured by deed of trust of even date. Two tracts. One containing 60 acres adjoining James Harris, Lewis Thomasson on the Main Richmond Road, Anthony Waddy, Old Church Road. Being same land assigned to Mordecai Thomasson in division of John Thomasson found filed with Chancery Papers of Thomasson administrators vs. Thomasson and others July court 1843. The other tract of 14 acres was purchased by Willis W. Proffit from George Davis in the purchase of 36 acres by deed 4 Jan 1842 rec. 14 Nov 1863. The residue of that 36 acres was sold by Proffit to J. C. Thacker deed dated 1878 being 22 acres. The above 60 acres fell to Betty C. Proffit and her brothers and sisters from Mordecai Thomasson. The only remaining heirs being Betty C. Proffit, formerly Betty C. Thomasson and Nancy C. Thomasson.
Book: 5, Page: 0, Grantor: John W. Davis, Grantee:  , Date: 09-Mar-1881
John W. Davis exor. of Reuben B. Davis, dec'd is allowed by the court to sell for the purpose of division parts of the estate . Reporting of such sale John W, Davis, exor. to James T. Jones 200a. being a part of Tolersville tract $2,000. bounded by C&O railroad, J. E. Jones, R. T. Bibb and others to Pendleton Depot. 9 Mar 1881. Sig. John W. Davis, exor.
Book: 5, Page: 0, Grantor: Feb. Richard Talley and Julia Ann his wife, Grantee:  , Date:
Feb. Richard Talley and Julia Ann his wife to exor. of Reuben B. Davis Release on the part of Julia Ann Talley, wife of Richard Talley, and Richard Talley in land Reuben Davis bought in his life time at auction due to bankruptcy of Richard Talley dec'd.
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