Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book B

Many thanks to Janice L. Abercrombie! She submitted over 2,500 Deed Abstracts, which produced almost 16,000 surname references!




Book: B, Page: 169, Grantor: David Anderson and Elizabeth, his wife, Grantee: Benjamin Bibb, Date: 23-May-1757
David Anderson and Elizabeth, his wife, of Hanover Co. to Benjamin Bibb of Louisa Co. £40 for 400 acres on both sides of Lickinghole Creek granted by patent 16 Aug 1756 to sd. Anderson ...Thomas Gibson's line ...crossing west fork of Lickinghole Creek ... crossing the Main fork of Licking Hole Creek. Sig. David Anderson and Elizabeth Anderson . Wit. William Gooch, William Landrum, William Anderson. Ack. 24 May 1757 by David Anderson.

Book: B, Page: 174, Grantor: Vincent Tullock, Grantee: William Shelton, Date: 21-Feb-1757
Vincent Tullock of Louisa Co,, carpenter, and Frances, his wife, to William Shelton, taylor (tailor), of same for £20. 100 acres adj. Richard Bullock, Edward Bullock and John Street. Sig. Vincent Tullock. wit Tyree Harris, John Matlock, Thos. Shelton, Francis Austin.

Book: B, Page: 175, Grantor: Snow, John, Grantee: Bracon?, Benjamin, Date: 24-May-1757
[no abstract]

Book: B, Page: 207, Grantor: Richard Carter, Grantee: David Cook, Date: 26-Jul-1757
Richard Carter of Louisa Co. planter and Elizabeth, his wife, to David Cook of same, planter £6 11s 7d for 47 acres on head of a branch of Goldmine Creek called the Dragon adj. Stephen Willis, John Nickolson. There are also James and John Cook as witnesses to deeds in this time period up until 1759.

Book: B, Page: 209, Grantor: Thomas Hacket and Mary his wife, Grantee: Charles Goodman, Date: 23-Jul-1757
Thomas Hacket and Mary his wife of St. Margaret's Parish, Caroline Co. to Charles Goodman Fredericksville Par, Louisa Co. #40, for 400 acres on south side of the south branch of the north fork of James River in Fredericksville Par., adj. Roland Horsley's corner on the river bank, and his and Nathaniel Winston's corner, Andrew Rayes line., wit. Garrett Hackett, Bartlett Mills, Joseph Goodman.

Book: B, Page: 215, Grantor: William Clark, Grantee: Nathaniel Clark., Date: 27-Sep-1757
(blank) day of (blank) 1757 William Clark of Louisa co., for Love, Good will and affection to my loving brother, Nathaniel Clark. 168 acres being the half or equal parts of the land the said William Clark now lives upon, lying on Michum's River...the county line. 27 Sep 1757 ack. by William Clarke.

Book: B, Page: 215, Grantor: Robert Anderson, Grantee: Philip Buckner, Date: 26-Jul-1757
Robert Anderson of Fredericksville Par., Louisa Co. Gent. to Philip Buckner of same. Whereas, Mary Arnold late of Louisa widow of Jonathan Arnold, late of Louisa by power of atty. gave Anderson power of atty. Anderson now sells the land Jonathan Arnold purchased of Thomas Hyde late of Louisa by 27 mar 1750, for £40 to Buckner tract adjoining Jouett (now Johnson), Col. Syme, Zachariah Collier. sig. Robert Anderson.

Book: B, Page: 218, Grantor: William Watkins, Grantee: William Terrell, Date: 25-Oct-1757
William Watkins of Fredericksville Par. Louisa Co. and Keziah his wife, to William Terrell of St. Martins Par, Hanover County for £150 for 150 acres and plantation in Fredericksville Par. on Cubb Creek on south side, adj. William Harris being part of 400 acres granted to William Harris, dec'd. by patent 24 Mar 1725. Sig. William Watkins and Kezia (x) Watkins.

Book: B, Page: 245, Grantor: David Cosby, David Via, Grantee: John Watkins, Date: 28-Nov-1757
David Cosby, David Via witnesses to deed John Watkins of Fredericksville Par., Louisa Co. to Isom Watkins son of sd. John Watkins tract on Cubb Creek.

Book: B, Page: 245, Grantor: John Watkins, Grantee: Isom Watkins son, Date: 28-Nov-1757
John Watkins of Fredericksville Par. Louisa Co. to Isom Watkins son of sd. John Watkins. For natural love and good affection 100 acres and plantation in Fredericksville Par. on south side of Cubb Creek at Cattail branch where it runs into Cubb Creek, Samuel Winston line on sd. Samuel Winston, John Winstons and Crenshaws line. Sig. John Watkins. wit. David Cosby, David Via.

Book: B, Page: 250, Grantor: William Thomson, Grantee: John Hawkens, Date: 28-Mar-1758
William Thomson of St. Martins Par., Hanover Co. to John Hawkens for 319 acres in St. Martins Par on Little River and Locust Creek adj. John Tait, John Walton, William Davis and others.

Book: B, Page: 252, Grantor: John Cosby, Grantee: Thomas Swift, Date: 08-Dec-1757
John Cosby of Fredericksville Par. Louisa Co. to Thomas Swift of St. Martin's Par., Hanover Co. for good will and natural affection one Negro girl named Hannah. Sig. John Cosby. wit. John Duke. 28 Mar 1758 proved by oath of John Duke.

Book: B, Page: 253, Grantor: David Parker, Grantee: Peter Hunter, Date: 23-Mar-1758
David Parker of Cumberland Co. to Peter Hunter of Louisa county #20 current money. 100 acres bounded on William Shelton, John Williamson, Andrew Hunter and running down Paumonkey River from Hunter's line... David Parker, Elizabeth Parker.. wit. Andrew Hunter, John Jones, William Hunter, Peter Shelton. 25 Apr 1758 Proved by oaths of Andrew Hunter, William Hunter and Peter Shelton.

Book: B, Page: 258, Grantor: Watts, David, Grantee: English, Charles, Date: 25-Apr-1753
[no abstract]

Book: B, Page: 259, Grantor: Watts, David, Grantee: Terry, Thomas, Date: 25-Apr-1758
David Watts for love and affection for my son-in-law Thomas Terry, 200 acres joining Martin Key, Charles Gillum, Gideon Carr, ...

Book: B, Page: 259, Grantor: David Watts, Grantee:  , Date: 25-Apr-1758
David Watts of Fredericksville Par., Louisa Co., Planter, for Natural Love and Affection to my son in law Thomas Terry of same Par. and county 200 acres in par. afsd. containing the plantation whereon he now lives and joining Martin Key and Charles Gillam and Gedion Carr.

Book: B, Page: 262, Grantor: Pullian, Joseph, Grantee: Gooch, Rowland, Date: 25-Apr-1758
Joseph Pulliams and wife of Louisa County, and Rowland Gooch £25 North side of Goldmine Creek 100 acres, beginning at several marked trees on the south side of a branch of Goldmine Creek running down said branch as it meanders to the mouth, thence up the creek as it meanders to the mouth of another branch thence up the said branch as it meanders to point .... 51 deg to Joseph Pulliams to ... Poindexters line N 30 deg.....

Book: B, Page: 266, Grantor: John Jouett and Mourning his wife, Grantee: John Moor, Date: 24-Apr-1758
John Jouett and Mourning, his wife, of Fredericksville Par., Louisa Co. to John Moor of St. Ann's Par., Albemarle Co. L65 for 250 acres being that part of sd. Jouett's land that was laid off as his mother's Dower and is the same whereon she lately removed from....North East Creek where Maj. Venable's Road crosses the same, down sd. creek to its mouth in the South river, down sd. Creek to the dividing line between sd. Jouett and his Brother, thence along the line to the road. John Moor and his heirs and assigns shall and will arrrent and defend the right of Sarah Jouett, who holds the sd. land and premises for and during her natural life as part of her dower in the lands of Matthew Jouett, her late husband. Sig. John Jouett and Mourning Jouett. Ac. 26 Apr 1758 by John Jouett and Mourning, his wife, who declared her consent.

Book: B, Page: 268, Grantor: Hunter, Andrew, Grantee: Hunter, Stephen, Date: 27-Jun-1758
Deed from Andrew Hunter to his son Stephen Hunter, tract of land 320 acres on both sides of south branch of Rocky Creek, beg. at Andrew Hunter's corner of several unmarked trees in Alexander Clasprey's line, thence on his line to James Buchnan's corner, thence on Buchanan's line south 63 degrees west at 20 south branch of said creek at 142 poles his corner.

Book: B, Page: 268, Grantor: Andrew Hunter, Grantee: Stephen Hunter, Date:  
(date blank) 1758 Andrew Hunter to Stephen Hunter, son of said Andrew Hunter, both of Louisa; 390 acres on both sides of south branch of Rockey Creek adjoining Andrew Hunter, Alexander Claspey, James Buckhannon, and south branch of said Creek.

Book: B, Page: 269, Grantor: Joseph Martin, Grantee: Thomas Burrus, Date:  
Jun 1758 Joseph Martin of Fredericksville Parish, Louisa county to Thomas Burrus of same £40, for 350 acres on North side of Little Mountains in sd. Parish adjoining John Hammock, Graves, Brockman, Carr with houses, orchards, gardens, etc. Sig. Joseph Martin. Wit. Geo. Martin, John Hammock, David Watts.

Book: B, Page: 271, Grantor: Thomas Emerson, Grantee: David Anderson, Date: 31-Dec-1757
Thomas Emerson of St. James Northam Par., Goochland Co. planter, and Martha his wife, to David Anderson of St. Martin's Par. Hanover £20 for 400 acres in Fredericksville Par, granted to sd. Emerson by patent at Williamsburg 17 Mar 1736 ... Capt. Overton's line now John Overton's line) ...south fork of Little River ... Benjamin Henson's line ( Now Nicholas Gentryes.

Book: B, Page: 283, Grantor: William Hudson, Grantee: Samuel Bunch, Date: 23-Feb-1758
William Hudson of Louisa Co. to Samuel Bunch of same. £6 for 25 acres to farm let adj. said Bunches line on south side the River to a corner by sd. Bunches Spring. Sig. Wm Hudson and Samuel Bunch. wit George Holland, John Moor, Mary Holland, Charles Moreman, Mumford Robinson.

Book: B, Page: 284, Grantor: Ann Cosby (late Anne Johnson), Grantee: Richard Johnson, Date: 26-Apr-1758
Ann Cosby (late Anne Johnson) of Fredericksville Parish, Louisa Co. for natural love and affection to son Richard Johnson of St. Paul Parish Hanover Co. 14 Negroes Stephen, Dick, Toby, Arthur, Moses, Janney, Polley, Bettey, Janey, Margaret, Polley, Sarah, Judy and Milley. Sig. Ann Cosby. Wit. William Johnson, John Freeman, Thomas Perkins

Book: B, Page: 284, Grantor: Anne Cosby, Grantee: Richard Johnson, Date: 26-Apr-1758
I Anne Cosby (late Anne Johnson) of Fredericksville Pare., Louisa Co. for natural love and affection to my son Richard Johnson of St. Paul's Par., Hanover Co. 14 Negro slaves Stephen, Dick, Toby, Arthur, Moses, Janney, Polley, Bettey, Janey, Margaret, Polley, Sarah, Judy and Milley. Sig. Ann Cosby. wit. William Johnson, John Freeman, Thomas Perkins.

Book: B, Page: 289, Grantor: David Anderson, Grantee: Ashley Johnson, Date:  
David Anderson of St. Martins Par., Hanover co. planter and Elizabeth his wife to Ashley Johnson of Fredericksville Par. Louisa Co. planter £15 for 100 acres in Fredericksville Par., part of a grater tract conveyed to sd. Anderson by Nathaniel Winston recorded in Louisa co. ...on lower side of Chamberlaynes Creek adjoining lands of John Ragland dec'd. sd. Ashley Johnson, and sd. David Anderson. Sig. David Anderson and Eliz. Anderson. wit. William Anderson, John Jones, Caurss Whealer. 27 Feb. ack. by David Anderson.

Book: B, Page: 290, Grantor: Hunter, Andrew & Jane, Grantee: Hunter, William, Date: 22-Jan-1759
Deed from Andrew Hunter of St. Martin's Parish and Jane his wife to son William Hunter, 400 acres of land on Fosters Creek which was granted by patent bearing date Aug. 1, 1745 to Andrew Hunter.

Book: B, Page: 291, Grantor: Micajah Clarke, Grantee: Xpher (Christopher )Clark, Date: 19-Feb-1759
I, Micajah Clarke of Fredericksville Par., Albemarle Co, Planter, for Love and Good will to son, Xpher (Christopher )Clark. 500 acres whereon he now lives...on the side of a mountain. Sig. Micajah Clark. Wit. Thomas Moreman, Chas. Moorman, Mourning Clark. 27 Feb. ack. by Micajah Clark.

Book: B, Page: 292, Grantor: Richard Chamberlayne, Grantee: David Hamilton, Date: 08-Jun-1758
Richard Chamberlayne of the County of New Kent, Gent. to David Hamilton of Louisa, Planter for £75 for 800 acres now in Louisa Co. lately in Hanover Co.; 400 acres part thereof granted to William May by patent 28 Sep 1730, conveyed to William Chamberlayne, now dec'd. father of the sd. Richard' 400 acres, the other part granted to sd. William Chamberlayne dec'd. by patent 28 Sep 1728, whole tract devised to sd. Richard by last will and testament of sd. William Chamberlayne, de'c. by records of New Kent Co. Court, bounded as in sd. Patent.

Book: B, Page: 294, Grantor: Nuckolls, James, Grantee: Watson, Thomas, Date: 27-Dec-1759
[no abstract]

Book: B, Page: 295, Grantor: Alkanah Anderson, Grantee: William Haley ( Hailey), Date: 12-Sep-1758
Alkanah Anderson of Fredericksville Par, Louisa co., Planter to William Haley ( Hailey) of Anson Co., North Caroline, Planter. 40 Lb. currt money. 40 acres...Joseph Clark's corner in John Symes line...north side Elk Horn Branch...Francis Clark's line. Joseph Clark's corner. Wit; Benjamin Clark, Joseph Clark, John Digge.

Book: B, Page: 297, Grantor: Abraham Venerable, Grantee: James Venerable, Date:  
Abraham Venerable to James Venerable land adjoining Love Statham.

Book: B, Page: 306, Grantor: Thomas Burrus, Grantee: Isaac Winston, Jr., Date: 22-May-1759
Thomas Burrus of Louisa, planter, and Sarah his wife to Isaac Winston, Jr. of Henrico County, Gent. £120 for tract containing 273 acres on Hickory Creek adjoining Isaac Winston, Jr. bought of Champness Terry adjoining Simms and Ayletts, Henry Burrus. Sig. Thomas Burrus. No witnesses. Rec. 22 May 1759.

Book: B, Page: 311, Grantor: Brown, Benjamin, Grantee: Tisdale, John, Date: 25-Jun-1759
Benjamin Brown, Jr. of Hanover and John Tisdale of Louisa £100 445 acres in Louisa on the South Anna River. At three pines on South Anna River, N 74 deg 30' east 102 poles to a double pine, then N 31 deg W 100 poles to marked trees, S 77 deg E 312 poles to pine, then S 1 deg E 207 poles to pine on said river up the same by the meander thereof making on a straight line 395 poles to the beginning.

Book: B, Page: 311, Grantor: Benja. Brown, Jr., Grantee: John Tisdale, Date: 26-Jun-1759
Benja. Brown, Jr. of Hanover Co. to John Tisdale of Louisa Co. £100 for 446 acres on the South Anna River. Sig. Ben Brown, Jr.

Book: B, Page: 311, Grantor: Benja. Brown Junr., Grantee: John Tisdale, Date: 26-Jun-1759
Benja. Brown, Jr. of Hanover Co. to John Tisdale of Louisa Co. #100 for 446 acres on the Southanna River. Sig. Ben. Brown, Jr.

Book: B, Page: 313, Grantor: Ragland, Samuel, Grantee: Hughes, William, Date: 26-Jun-1759
Samuel Ragland to William Hughes for £21, 250 acres, being the whole contents of a patent granted to John Ragland of Hanover Co. dec'd dated 12 Sep 1733. Beginning at Mathews Jouetts scrubby white oak saplin, thence bounded according to the said patent [Possibly adjoining DeedMapper #40]

Book: B, Page: 319, Grantor: David Anderson, Grantee: William Hogan, Date: 06-Feb-1759
David Anderson of St. Martin's Par. Hanover co. Planter and Elizabeth Anderson his wife to William Hogan of Fredericksville Par. Louisa co. Planter £35 for 400 acres in Fredericksville Par. granted to Thomas Emerson by patent at Williamsburg 17 Mar 1736; conveyed to sd. Anderson 31 Dec 1757 at his own corner in Cap't. Overton's line, now John Overton's line ... Benjamin Henson's line, now Nicholas Gentryes Line. sig. David Anderson, Eliz. Anderson. Wit. William Anderson, John Jones Mark Whealer.

Book: B, Page: 324, Grantor: Samuel Snead, Grantee: John Walton Jr., Date: 27-Aug-1759
Samuel Snead of Louisa co. to John Walton, Jr. £100 for 97 acres on Cub Creek adj. Armstrong. Sig. Samuel Snead. ack. by Samuel Snead and Temperance his wife relinquished her right of dower 28 Aug 1759.

Book: B, Page: 325, Grantor: Thomas Poindexter and Sarah his wife, Grantee: John Bullock, Date: 27-Aug-1759
Thomas Poindexter and Sarah his wife of Parish of Fredericksville, Louisa county to John Bullock of same 25 pounds current money for tract in Fredericksville containing by estimation 81 acres. Beg. on side of branch N 28 degrees W 78 poles; S 69 degrees W 180 poles, S 20 degrees E 122 poles, N 73 degrees 85 poles in a slash, n 9 degrees E 90 poles to Beginning with houses, etc. Sig. Thomas Poindxter, Sarah Poindexter (x), no witnesses. Rec. 28 Aug 1759.

Book: B, Page: 326, Grantor: Poindexter, Thomas & Sarah, Grantee: Terry, James, Date: 01-Aug-1759
Thomas Poindexter and Sarah of Louisa, and James Terry £70 200 acres on the South fork of Rocky Branch.

Book: B, Page: 330, Grantor: Goodwin Trice, Grantee: Nathaniel Dickenson, Date: 03-Aug-1756
Goodwin Trice of Louisa Co., Planter, and Judith his wife, to Nathaniel Dickenson of Louisa Co. #100 for 217 acres; granted to Thomas Carr Gent., dec'd. by patent and conveyed to sd. Trice by records of Hanover co. Land bounded on John Waller's line, William Thomason, Richard Wright and John Pettus. sig. Goodwin Trice and Judan Trice, Wit. William Pettus, John Pettus, Solomon Ellis, Richard Wright and David Smith.

Book: B, Page: 334, Grantor: Thomas Burrus, Grantee: James Watson, Date: 28-Aug-1759
Thomas Burrus of Fredericksville Parish Louisa County to James Watson of same £54-8 for 350 acres on North side of Little Mountains in Parish and County afsd. adjoining John Hammack, Graves, Brockman, Carr. Sig. Thomas Burrus. No witnesses. Rec. 25 Sep 1759. ack. by Thomas Burrus.

Book: B, Page: 2110, Grantor: Edward Clark, Grantee: Christopher Clark, Date: 10-Aug-1754
Aug 1754 Edward Clark of Albemarle co., Eldest son and heir at law to Christopher Clark, dec'd., to Thomas Moorman of Louisa co, For 10 shillings. 400 acres bounded by lands of George Holland, William Hudson and David Anderson (which formerly Francis Smithson's land) ; sd. land was devised by said Christopher Clark to the sd. Thomas Moorman and Rachel, his wife, who is a daughter of the said Christopher, for life only, the words of sd. Christopher's will passing no greater estate to them, although the sd. Christopher intended ( as the sd. Edward is truly sensible) to have devised the fee simple estate of the land Sig. Edward Clark.

Book: C1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: Henry Edwards and Mary his wife, Grantee: William Trice, Date: 12-Jun-1764
Henry Edwards and Mary his wife of Louisa Co. to William Trice of same Co.; #85 for 200 acres on Duckinghole Creek on the bank of the Creek in Daniels line and Thomasons line. Sig. Harry Edwards and Mary Edwards (X) wit. Adam Chisholm and John Byars.

Book: C, Page: 0, Grantor: William Hunter, Gerrard Morgan, George Hunter, Grantee: Samuel Powell, Date: 10-Jul-1762
William Hunter, Gerrard Morgan, George Hunter witnesses to a deed from Samuel Powell of Cumberland co. to William Priddy of St. Martins Parish Louisa Co.

Book: C, Page: 0, Grantor: Patrick Belsches, Grantee: Samuel Dedman, Date: 26-Jul-1762
Patrick Belsches of St. Martins Par., Louisa Co, Merchant, to Samuel Dedman of same, planter; Lb. 16 curr. money 44 1/16 acres ....Archelaus Yancey line. Sig. Patrick Belshces. Wit: Joseph Bickley, Thomas Perkins, George Thomason, John Byars. Thomas Thomson.

Book: C1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: William Tandy, Grantee: John Gills, Date: 12-Aug-1765
William Tandy of Albemarle co. to John Gills of Louisa county, 25 Lb. curr. money; 50 acres on the Road leading over Goldmine Bridge, part of a larger Tract sold by the said William Tandy to Joseph Lipscomb...bounded at the said Road in Jno. Thomsons line...William Poindexters line...Rowland Gooches line. John Gills line...up the said Road as it divides the land between the said John Gills and the said Joseph Lipscomb.

Book: C, Page: 0, Grantor: Stephen Hunter, Grantee: Thomas Watson, Date: 23-Mar-1761
Stephen Hunter of Louisa Co. planter, to Thomas Watson of same Cooper, #20; land on both sides the south branch of Rockey Creek ... Andrew Hunter' corner in Glasbeys line ... James Buckhannan's corner ... south branch of said Creek ... Andrew Hunters line ... said land granted to Alexander Glasbey by patent 10 Feb 1748, containing 300 acres. Wit. Phil Burford, Abra. Venable, Patrick Mechie 23 Mar 1763 ack by Stephen Hunter.

Book: C, Page: 0, Grantor: Samuel Goodman the younger, Grantee: Patrick Belsches, Date: 19-Nov-1762
Samuel Goodman the younger of St. Martins Par., Hanover co., planter to Patrick Belsches of St. Martins, Louisa Co, Merchant; Lb 115 currt money; 162 acres in St. Martins Par. bounded by lines of Robert Goodwin, Patrick Belsches, Archelaus Yancey, said Belsches and the River; said plantation is half part of 300 acres given by Samuel Goodman the elder by a deed of gift of 23 Oct 1750 to his two Sons Samuel and Benjamin Goodman...d dividing line run between them by Robert Harris Surveyor of the said Co.; same land whereon the said Samuel Goodman the Younger lately lived. Sig. Samuel Goodman, Jr. Ack. 14 Dec 1762 by Samuel Goodman, Jr.

Book: C, Page: 0, Grantor: Edward Pigg and Abraham Rogers, Grantee: William Hawkins, Date: 24-Nov-1738
Edward Pigg and Abraham Rogers of Spts. Co., planters to William Hawkins of Orange Co., Planter. Lb 20 curr. money 100 acres (formerly sold to sd. Pigg by William Coleman, as by Deeds, 30 Jul 1738), and 10 acres (part of a tract belonging to Abraham Rogers,) in St. Geor. Par., Spts. co. on branches of middle river of Mattapony. John Chew, Charles Filks Pigg, Barnet x Paine, William x Paine. 3 Feb 1738.

Book: C, Page: 0, Grantor: John Rogers, Grantee: Abraham Rogers, Date: 24-Mar-1736
John Rogers of Drysadel Par., King and Queen County to Abraham Rogers of St. Georges Par., Spts. Co. Lb 10 228 acres part of tract granted John Madison, John Rogers, Peter Rogers, Henry Pigg, Edward Pigg and John Yorke, by pat. Apr 1, 1717, lying part in Spts. and part in Caroline Counties, and "also all that tract or parcel of land given by my brother, Peter Rogers, Dec'd. William Conner, William Smither, Jr., Walter x Fitzgarrell, Jr. 7 Jun 1737.

Book: C, Page: 0, Grantor: John Cosby, Grantee: John Cosby, Date: 26-May-1761
John Cosby of Louisa Co. Last will and testament: to son John Cosby 19 slaves and increase: Tom, Kate, Young Kate, York, George, Dick, Thebe, Sam, Aggy, Robin, Moll, Mingo, Jo., Dinah, Supio, Floro, Hannah, Lucy and Phillise; to my son William Cosby 22 slaves and increase: Old Will, mulatto Will, old Dinah, Matt, Bess, Sue, great Jenney, Dinah, Peter, young Tom, Abram, Jen, Adam, Aggy, Jemmy, Charles, Beck, Peter, Jolly, Bartlet, Milly and Cuzie. To daughter Elizabeth Snelson 8 slaves Sarah, Charles Rodal, Patt, Lot, Amey, Delcia and Pats child; to granddaughter Mary Anderson wife of Benjamin Anderson 2 slaves Ned and Emear; to grandson James Duke 1 Negro Sabry; to Grandson Cosby Duke 1 Negro Michael; to Grandson James Cosby son of James Cosby 1 Negro Pegg; to son John Cosby all my land in Hanover Co. being two plantations containing about 718 acres; To my son William Cosby 1200 acres to be laid off out of my tract of land in Louisa where I possess about 3,000 acres, the same 1200 acres is to be laid off where William now lives and where the quarter is that is called old Wills Quarter. The remainder of the above tract of 3,000 acres in Louisa after this 1200 acres is laid off for son William remainder 1800 acres to my two grandsons Charles Dickenson and Higgason Dickenson sons of Griffith Dickenson to be equally divided between them. to son John Cosby all my personal estate that lies in Hanover Co. To son William Cosby all my personal estate that lies in Louisa Co. to my daughter Elizabeth Snelson 1 Negro Betty. Appoint two friends Clevears Duke and Bartelot Andersons exors. 12 Sep 1760. Sig. John Cosby. Wit. Nathl. Talley, Israel Hood, Garland Anderson. Rec. 26 May 1761 proved by oaths of all the witnesses.

Book: C, Page: 0, Grantor: John Harris and Hannah his wife, Grantee: Clevers Duke, Date: 13-Jun-1761
William Hix wit. to deed 13 Jun 1761 John Harris of Louisa and Hannah his wife to Clevers Duke of Hanover Co.

Book: C, Page: 0, Grantor: Jacob Durham, Grantee: John Wicker, Date: 28-Jul-1769
Jacob Durham of Hanover co. to John Wicker of Louisa Co. Lb 21 5s.; 100 acres in Fredericksville Par. ....Thomas Wickers corner...George Thomasons line. sig. Jacob (Danham) Anne Durham.

Book: C, Page: 0, Grantor: Morris, William, Grantee: Williams, John, Date: 07-Nov-1763
(Copied by Tom Smith; tasmits@aol.com) This Indenture made the 7th Day of November in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven hundred & Sixty Three Between William Morris of Hanover County of the one part and John Williams of the same County of the other part Witnesseth that ... William Morris for and in consideration of the sum of seventy pounds lawfull money of Virginia to him in hand paid before the Ensealing & delivery of these Presents already paid the the Receipt of which is hereby acknowledged and ... himself fully satisfied contented and paid and of every part and parcel thereof the said John Williams & his Heirs Executors and every of them doth hereby fully clearly & absolutely acquit & Discharge hath bargained & Sold & doth by these Presents bargain & sell =2E.. make over & Confirm unto John Williams ... his heirs ... administrators & assigns one certain tract or parcel of land--Containing four hundred acres be the Same more or less situated lying on & being in the County of Louisa and on Roundabout Creek bounded as followeth, To wit Beginning at Several white oaks standing in John Henry's line Running then ... South twenty seven degrees West one hundred and eighty eight poles to a corner stake between several pines near this county line thence North forty two degrees West at four hundred and twenty eight poles the aforesaid Creek the same Courses continued eight poles further to a corner several marked trees thence North twenty two degrees East one hundred & seventy five poles to a corner several marked trees thence South & fifty one degrees East One hundred & nine poles to the said Henry's corner line thence the same course along his line three hundred & eighteen poles to the first station and all the Estate Right Title Interest & property & Claim of him, the said William Morris of or unto the said parcel of land above bounded with the houses orchard & fencing and all other the appurtonances To have & to hold the said Four hundred acres of land and all and singular other the Premises intended to be thereby granted unto the said John Williams & his heirs to the only proper use & behoof of the said John Williams his heirs & assigns forever and that it shall & may be lawfull to and for the said Williams his heirs & assigns from time to time and at all times hereafter peaceably and quietly to leave hold occupy possess and enjoy the premises above granted and released with the appurtenances without the Let Suit hindrance or Molestation of him the said William Morris his heirs or assigns or any person or persons whatsoever and him and them safe and indemnified will keep & maintain of and from all incumbrances or evictions the Quitrents to grow due to our Sovereign the king only excepted & ... and the said William Morris for himself his heirs & executors & ... the aforesaid Releaved premises with the Appurtenances unto the said John Williams his heirs & assigns against him the said William Morris his heirs and assigns and all claiming or to claim right by from or under him them or any of them or any person or persons whatsoever hath & will ... forever & defend by these presents = for testimony of all which the said William Morris to these presents has assigned his hand & seal the Day and year First above written

Book: C1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: John Wicker and Martha his wife, Grantee: George Thomason, Date: 14-Oct-1765
John Wicker and Martha his wife of Louisa Co. to George Thomason of same; Lb. 35; 100 acres on the north side of Christophers Run; part of a Patent of the said George Thomason...Thomas Wickers corner in George Thomason line. Sig. John Wicker and Martha (+) Wicker. Wit: William Johnson, Nathaniel Garland, Sam. Ragland. ack 14 Sep 1765 by John Wicker and Martha his wife.

Book: C, Page: 4, Grantor: John Tisdale, Grantee: Henry Duke, Date: 27-Nov-1759
John Tisdale of Louisa Co.. to Henry Duke of same; #25; 50 acres on north side of the Little River beginning at a Tree called horn bean on the side of the river, along Charles Smith's line, to the line of Cleavars Duke. Sig. John Tisdale and Elizabeth Tisdale.

Book: C?, Page: 5, Grantor: Tisdale, John, Grantee: Duke, Henry, Date: 27-Nov-1759
[no abstract]

Book: C, Page: 11, Grantor: Richard Johnson and Dorothy his wife, Grantee: Thomas Johnson Junr., Date: 25-Jan-1760
Richard Johnson and Dorothy Johnson his wife of Hanover co. and Thomas Johnson, Jr. of Louisa co.; #410 curr. money; 400 acres on north side of the Southanna River, part in Louisa and part in Hanover Co., where sd. Richard Johnson formerly lived; bounded by the river and by the lands of David Johnson, Richard Johnson, James Johnson, William Johnson and John Glen. Sig. Richard Johnson. Wit. Nicholas Johnson, David Johnson, Richard Anderson



Next Deed Page