Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book C
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Book: C, Page: 256, Grantor: Richard Johnson, Grantee: Sarah Johnson, Date: 12-Jan-1765
Richard Johnson of Hanover Co. and Doretha his wife to Sarah Johnson of Louisa Co.; #28 curr money; all land and plantation of Richard Johnson in St. Martin's par., Louisa Co.... Sarah Johnsons and Robert Tenhams corner tree in Richard Johnson's now Thomas Johnson's line ..... Thomas Johnson's corner l.....along David Johnson's line ... 2000 acres granted by patent at Williamsburg 16 June 1737 unto Lanslott Crost late of the Co. of Hanover and by sd. Crest sold to Edward Arnold; by sd. Arnold conveyed to Benjamin Arnold of whom the sd. Richard Johnson purchased it. Sig. Richard Johnson Wit. William Johnson, Richard Johnson, Isham Johnson.
Book: C, Page: 349, Grantor: Joel Watkins and Barbary his wife, Grantee: Nathaniel McAlester, Date: 19-May-1788
Joel Watkins and Barbary his wife of Louisa Co. to Nathaniel McAlester of same for £300 for 341 acres adj. James Johnson, William Cosby, William Kendrick and Overstreets tract. Sig. Joel Watkins, Barbary Watkins. wit. Saml. Cole, Richard Cole, William B. Cole.
Book: D1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: William Crew, Grantee: John Moor, Date: 13-Jul-1767
(x) and William Crew witnesses to deed 13 Jul 1767 John Moor of Louisa co. and Sarah Moor to William Stephen Sharp of same.
Book: D 1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: Morris, William, Grantee: Chiles, James, Date: 10-Aug-1772
(Copied by Tom Smith; email@example.com) This Indenture made the 10th day of August in the year of our Lord 1772 Between William Morris of the County of Hanover of the one part & James Chiles of the County of Louisa of the other part Witnesseth that the said William Morris for & in consideration of the sum of Two Hundred and sixteen pounds Fifteen shillings current money of Virginia to him in Hand Paid by the said James Chiles before the sealing and Delivering of these Presents the receipt whereof the said William Morris doth hereby acknowledge, hath granted Bargained Sold, & doth by these Presents grant Bargain Sell unto this James Chiles his Heirs & assigns forever, One Certain Tract or Parcel of Land lying and being in the said County of Louisa, on both sides of Ducking hole Creek Containing by a Survey thereof made, eight Hundred & sixty seven acres be the same more or less and is Bounded as followeth, to wit, Beginning at Thomas Paulets and William Lipscombs corner white & red Oaks; thence East Two Hundred and Sixteen Poles to William Lipscombs corner large white Oak, Thence South Seventy Degrees East One Hundred and Forty Nine Poles to a Hicory Sapling in a Bottom or Valley, thence North Eleven Degrees East, Ninety Poles to a Pine in George Thomason line thence North Fifty Two Degrees West, Forty Eight Poles to a corner Pine, in the said George Thomason's line, thence North Seventy two Degrees, East One Hundred and Twenty Four Poles to a corner Pine, Thence North Fifty one Degrees East one Hundred and Ninety Poles to a Corner Pine in John Thomassons line, thence North Fifteen Degrees East Sixty six Poles to a corner of Several White and Red Oak Sapplings thence North Seventeen Degrees East One Hundred Poles to a corner Pine in Richard Thomason's line Thence North Thirty five Degrees East Sixty Poles to the said Thomason, and Thomas Thompsons their corner Line, Thence North Sixty Degrees West One Hundred and Four Poles to two Lines in a Bottom Thence South Thirty five Degrees West Seventy two Poles to William Trice's corner Line Thence South Eighty Degrees West One Hundred and thirty Six Poles to John Lea's corner white oak, Thence North Seventy Five Degrees West One Hundred and Seventy Poles to John Lea and John Nelson's corner white oak near a Branch of Ducking hole Creek, Thence South Eleven Degrees, West Two Hundred and two Poles to the said John Nelson's corner two Lines on a Hill, Thence South Forty Five Degrees West Thirty Six Poles to a white oak near some large Rocks, thence North Eighty five Degrees West, Two Hundred & Thirty Poles to John Nelson's and the Widow Cosby Corner Line, thence South three Degrees West Two Hundred and eighteen Poles to the Beginning, and the Reversion & Reversion, Remaind and Remainders Rents Issues and Profits thereof and all the Estate, Right, Title Interest, Claim of Demand whatsoever of him this William Morris and his Heirs of, in, & to the same or any Part thereof To have and to Hold this Land & Premises with the appurtenances to this James Chiles his Heirs & assigns forever, To the only proper use and behoof of the said James Chiles his Heirs and assigns forever, and the said William Morris and his Hiers the said Land and Premises with the appurtenances to the said James Chiles his Heirs and assigns shall and will warrant and forever defend by these Presents, In Witness whereof the said William Morris hath hereunto set his Hand and Seal the Day and year above Written
Book: D1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: Peter Hunter, George Toler, Saml. S. Sampson, Grantee: William Shelton, Date: 09-Jul-1770
Peter Hunter, George Toler, Saml. S. Sampson witnesses to deed to William Shelton of Louisa co. to his children slaves.
Book: D1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: Charles Farish, Alexander Henderson Jr., and Peter, Grantee: , Date: 14-Jan-1771
Charles Farish, Alexander Henderson, Jr., and Peter Walker witnesses to deed 14 Jan 1771 Benjamin West and Mary his wife of Louisa to Jos. Isbell and Eliza. Tenham of Louisa.
Book: D, Page: 0, Grantor: Charles Faris (x), Rubin Lindsay, Thos. Thorpe, Jo, Grantee: , Date: 08-Jan-1773
Charles Faris (x), Rubin Lindsay, Thos. Thorpe, John Robinson witnesses to deed 8 Jan 1773 Andrew Greenhorn late of Albemarle co. to Dr. Thomas Walker of same and John Brown of Orange Co.
Book: D, Page: 0, Grantor: Philip Burford, Grantee: Josel Terrill, Date: 09-Nov-1762
Philip Burford of Trinity Par., Louisa co. to Josel Terrill of Par. of [ ] Albemarle Co.; #175 curr money; 252 acres in Trinity Par. ..... lower branch of Cub Creek at the Bridge in Blalok road down the run of sd. Branch .... John Waltons line crosses the sd. Branch .... Burfords fence .... Philip Timberlakes line ... Nelson Andersons line .... Mr. Joseph Foxes line ... along the lines conveyed to John Anderson by John Blalok; being the land whereon the sd. Burford now liveth; 400 acres granted to Thomas Harris by Patent 24 Mar 1725; the other part thereof being part of 1070 acres granted to the sd. John Blalock by Patent 20 Jun 1733. sig. Philip Burford.
Book: D, Page: 0, Grantor: Reubin Lindsay, Nathan Smith, Willm. Harris, Grantee: Joseph McCorton, Date: 09-May-1774
Reubin Lindsay, Nathan Smith, Willm. Harris wit deed 9 May 1774 William Ragland of Louisa to Joseph McCorton of Albemarle Co.
Book: D, Page: 0, Grantor: Abraham Rogers and Barbary, his wife, Grantee: Abraham Estes, Jr., Date: 07-Sep-1742
Abraham Rogers and Barbary, his wife, of St. George Par, Spots. Co., to Abraham Estes, Jr. of St. Stephen's Par., King and Queen Co. 2228 lbs. tobacco 83 acres in Spts Co. Abraham Etes Sr., Matthew Brooke, Robert Johnston. 7 Sep 1742. p 177 DB D5 Feb 1748 Abraham Rogers and Barbary, his wife, of St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co., planters, to Henry Bartlet of Par. and county afsd. Lb30 curr. 100 acres in St. Geo. Par., Spts. co., and part of a pat. granted Peter Rogers. Witnesses, Owen Thomas, William Rogers, John Griffen, Jr. May 3, 1748. p 184 B D4 Dec 1750. Abraham Rogers of St. Geo. Par., Spts. co., and Barbary, his wife, planters, to George Rogers of Drysdale Par., King and Queen Co., joyner. Lb60 curr. 10 acres in St. Geor. Par., Spts. co, and sd. Abraham's right and title in a water grist mill, etc. Robert Huddleston, Lancelot x Warrin, Hackley Warrin. Dec. 4, 1750
Book: D1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: John Overton and his wife Ann Booker, Grantee: Robert Barret, Date: 13-Jun-1768
John Overton and his wife Ann Booker of Louisa Co. to Robert Barret of Hanover Co. for £250 for 400 acres on both sides of the south fork of the little River granted to John Causby and Charles Barret by patent 28 Sep 1730 and conveyed to James Overton and by him devised to John Overton adj. Cosby and Barret.
Book: D1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: Arther Sladden, Grantee: Wm. Isbel, Date: 12-Apr-1770
Arther Sladden of Goochland Co. to Wm. Isbel of sd. Co. £25 for 168 acres on a drean which runs into the meeting house spring branch and joining the lands of John Syme, David Hudson and Eliza. Lawrence, being part of a tract belonging to Sladden.
Book: D, Page: 0, Grantor: Frederick Gillum, Grantee: Richard Estis and John Rice Junr., Date: 18-Oct-1758
Frederick Gillum witness to deed 18 Oct 1758 Richard Estis and John Rice, Jr. of Halifax and Louisa counties to Anthony Thomson of Louisa Co......
Book: D1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: Waddy Thompson, Grantee: Charles Yanceys, Date: 12-Jul-1773
Waddy Thompson of Louisa to Charles Yanceys of Amherst Co. #75 for 204 acres on Branches of Beaver Creek, Cloughs corner and Harts line.
Book: D1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: William Loving, James Davis, Stephen Hunter (x) Jo, Grantee: , Date: 14-May-1770
William Loving, James Davis, Stephen Hunter (x) John Shepherd witnesses to deed 14 May 1770 John Williams and Susanah Williams his wife of Goochland Co. to William Price of same. 400 acres on the head of Roundabout Creek.
Book: D, Page: 0, Grantor: , Grantee: , Date: 02-Oct-1754
witness to deed 2 Oct 1754 William Donathan of Lunenburg Co. to Joseph Standley; 200 acres on both sides of Gibbies Creek.
Book: D1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: Wm. Shelton, Grantee: , Date: 01-Jan-1770
Wm. Shelton of Louisa co. for Natural love and affection to my well beloved children and for their better maintenance and for two shillings curr. money: to my son John, one Negro Boy named Marcus: to my son William., one negro boy named Ned; to my son Robert, one Negro boy named Frank; to my son James, one Negro boy named Cato; to my son Jessee, one Negro boy named Jack; to my daughter Martha, one Negro boy Ben; to my daughter Ann, one Negro girl named Dilcey; to my daughter Elizabeth, one Negro Girl named Amey; to my daughter Lucy, one Negro boy named Charles; to my daughter Sarah, one Negro boy named Peter; to my daughter Mary, one Negor boy named Daniel; to my daughter Susanah Farrar one Negro boy named Bobb. It is further agreed among the parties that the said William Shelton shall if he thinks proper have the use of the above mentioned slaves during his life and no longer and then to be delivered to their proper owners of their heirs; provided that in case either or several of the said donees shall die under lawfull age that the said slave or slaves to such decendent shall be the property of the surviving donees. 1 Jan 1770. Sig. William Shelton. Wit: George Toler, Saml. S. Sampson, Peter Hunter. 9 Jul 1770 Ack. by William Shelton.
Book: D1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: John Hawkins, William White, and Stephen Lacy Exrs, Grantee: Parrin Farrar, Date: 01-Jan-1772
John Hawkins, William White, and Stephen Lacy Exrs. of John Williamson of Hanover co., Dec'd. to Parrin Farrar of Louisa co.; 77 Lbs. 16s curr. money; 318 acres on the side of Williamsons Creek...a new line...David Sheltons line. Sig. John Hawkins, Stephen Lacy, William White, Wit. Charles Lacy, John White, Benjamin Lacy. 15 Apr 1772 ack. by John Hawkins and William White.
Book: D1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: Joseph Edwards, Grantee: Rowland Gooch, Date: 13-Aug-1770
Joseph Edwards of Louisa county, Trinity Par. and Nelly his wife to Rowland Gooch of same; 23 Lb. curr. Money; 50 acres in Parish aforesaid and Goldmine Swamp...Pondexter's corner on the south side of a Branch down same to the Creek, up Goldmine Creek,...new line north...Poindexter line. Wit. William White, Jr., William Gooch.
Book: D1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: Walter Goldsmith, Blacksmith, Trinity Par. and Eli, Grantee: James Tate, Planter, Date: 02-Sep-1770
Walter Goldsmith, Blacksmith, Trinity Par. and Elizabeth, his wife to James Tate, Planter of same; Lb12 curr. money; 100 acres in Trinity Par... William Lipscombs line. Wit: John McAllester, Thomas Almond, James Tate, Jr.
Book: D, Page: 0, Grantor: Thomas Johnson, Jr., Grantee: Thomas Johnson, Date: 05-May-1772
Thomas Johnson, Jr. to Thomas Johnson the elder both of Trinity parish Louisa Co. ?115 currt. money for 46 acres in sd. parish adjoining mouth of Harris Creek, up the creek to Johnson the elders line which he bought of Mrs. Ann Cosby formerly Meriwethers and Venable line to the South Anna River. all the land Thomas Johnson the elder purchased of Love Statham except 1 acre allotted for the use of a water grist mill on sd. River on the north side. Sig. Thomas Johnson. wit Christopher Wood, Edmund Stringer, Wm. Thomasson.
Book: D 1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: Dickinson, Thomas & Anne, Grantee: Bagby, John, Date: 16-Oct-1771
(Copied by Tom Smith; firstname.lastname@example.org) This Indenture made the 16 Oct 1771 Between Thomas Dickason of Caroline County and Parish of St Margratts and Anne [Dickason] his Wife & David Richardson Jun. of Hanover County and Parish of St. Martins and Betty [Richardson] his Wife of the one Part, and John Bagby of Hanover County of the other Part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of Two Hundred and sixty seven Pounds Ten Shillings Current Money by the said John Bagby to the said Thomas Dickason and David Richardson Jun. on Hand paid at or before the Ensealing and Delivery of these Presents …. they the said Thomas Dickason & Anne his Wife and David Richardson Jun. and Betty his Wife have granted Bargained, Sold aliened and confirmed … unto the said John Bagby his Heirs and Assigns forever all that Tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the Parish of St. Martins and County of Louisa containing Four Hundred and Sixty six acres be the same more or less and bounded as follows by the lines of Griffity Dickason, Robert Dickason, Francis Jerdone, Samuel Ragland and William Cosby, and this Land lies on the East side of Elk Creek, with all Houses Fences or chards woods, ways, waters, ….. Thomas Dickinson (Signature & seal) Anne Dickinson (Her mark & seal) David Richardson, Jr. (Signature & seal) Betty Richardson (Signature & seal) In presence of Christopher James William Morris Henry Dickinson Memorandum This day ... was had taken and Delivered by the within named Thomas Dickinson and David Richardson Description of the within mentioned Land and Premises to the within named John Bagby according to the form of the statutes in such cases Provided as Witness our Signed Sealed and Delivered Thomas Dickinson (Signature) David Richardson, Jr. (Signature) In Presence of us Christopher James, Wm Morris, Henry Dickinson Received Oct. the 16th day 1771 of the within named John Bagby Two Hundred and Sixty seven Pounds Ten Shillings Current Money of Virginia it being the consideration money for the within mentioned Land and Premises. Thomas Dickinson (Signature) David Richardson, Jr. (Signature) Christopher James Wm Morris Henry Dickinson At a Court held for Louisa County September the 14 1772 This Deed is being heretofore partly proved by the Oaths of Wm. Morris & Henry Dickinson was this Day fully proved by Stephen James ... to be Recorded Test
Book: D, Page: 0, Grantor: Thomas Ship and Elizabeth, his wife, Grantee: William Carr, Date: 07-Sep-1742
Thomas Ship and Elizabeth, his wife, of Orange Co., to William Carr of Caroline Co. #70 current money, 357 acres in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. part of a tract granted Henry Willis, Gent Dec'd., Wit. Thomas Roy, Geo. Taylor, Wm. Burnett. Sep 7, 1742.
Book: D, Page: 0, Grantor: Richard Ship, Grantee: William Carr, Date: 01-Feb-1742
Richard Ship of Spts. Co., to William Carr of Caroline Co. #30 current money 194 acres in Spts. Co., being a tract of land purchased of Thomas Ship. Wit. Lark. Chew, Robt. Seayres, Patrick Dowdall. 1 Feb 1742. Elizabeth wife of sd. Richard Ship acknowledged her dower.
Book: D1/2, Page: 0, Grantor: Peter McCallester, Grantee: Thomas Almond, Date: 09-Oct-1769
Peter McCallester of Trinity Par., Louisa to Thomas Almond of same; Lb 37 curr. money; 100 a. on branches of Christophers Run and Tomerhawk Creek in Trinity Pr... Elizabeth Hesters corner.
Book: D, Page: 0, Grantor: French Haggard and Ann his wife, Grantee: Charles Cosby, Date: 23-Aug-1757
French Haggard and Ann his wife to Charles Cosby of Fredericksville Par. Louisa £15 for 88 acres adj. Richard Walker, branch of Dirty Swamp, Thomas Emersons, Nicholas Gentry. Sig. French Haggard. wit. Richard Blalock, Jno. Gilbert.
Book: D, Page: 7, Grantor: Cole, Richard, Grantee: Danne, Charles, Date: 23-Oct-1753
Book: D1/2, Page: 11, Grantor: John Nelson, Grantee: Robert Anderson, Date: 11-Aug-1767
Aug 1767 John Nelson of Louisa to Robert Anderson of same for £500 curr. money for 479 acres adj. Ann Cosby, John Poindexter, William White etc. Deed of trust by Nelson to Anderson on above property.
Book: D1/2, Page: 14, Grantor: Walter Goldsmith, Grantee: George Lumsden, Date: 17-Nov-1766
Walter Goldsmith of St. Martins Par. Louisa Co. and Elizabeth Goldsmith to George Lumsden of Trinity Parish same county £12 for 50 acres adj. William Wash, John Smith and Thomas Wash. Wit. Wm. Pettus, A. Woolfolk, Edmond Eggleston.
Book: D, Page: 17, Grantor: Bibb, Benjamin, Grantee: Bibb, Thomas, Date: 23-Oct-1753
Book: D, Page: 19, Grantor: Douglas, William, Grantee: Hendley, Joseph, Date: 22-Oct-1754
Book: D, Page: 22, Grantor: Jasper Haynes, Grantee: John Dowel, Date:
1751 Jasper Haynes of Caroline Co. to John Dowel of Louisa co., Fredericksville Par.' £ 20 curr. money; 250 acres ...Thomas Moreman's corner....Gough and Hickason line...Orange Co. line.
Book: D1/2, Page: 28, Grantor: Thomas Porter, Grantee: Walter Shropshire, Date: 01-May-1772
Whereas Thomas Porter hath paid Walter Shropshire £30 for and on account of me to discharge a debt which I had formerly contracted with the sd. Walter Shropshire for which I gave the sd. Shropshire by bond which is sd. to be lost or mislaid and as the above Thomas Porter hath indemnified me; the following goods and chattels : 1 sorrel horse now in my possession, 2 beds, and furniture, 1 cow and calf, 4 chairs, 1 table, 1 desk, 2 dishes, 6 plates, and all other my household stuff together with 100 acres of land in Albemarle Co. situate on Mills Branch near Buck Mountain Church and one hat. Provided that if I do pay to the sd. Thos. Porter the above sum on or before 1 May 1772 that is to say 6 pounds on the first day of May 1768 and so on yearly payment and shall let me have the loan of the above articles. 9 Jun 1767. Wm Pettit. wit. John Poindexter, Wm. Hughes 9 Jul 1767 ack. by William Pettit.
Book: D1/2, Page: 32, Grantor: John Anderson, Grantee: Richard Anderson, Date: 10-Aug-1767
John Anderson of Trinity Par., Louisa co. planter to Richard Anderson Gent of sd. par and county £75 for 62 acres in afsd. par. on Cub creek ..bounded by lines of Benjamin Timberlake, Phillip Timberlake and Nelson Anderson. Sig. John Anderson. wit. James Dabney, Wm. Pettit 10 Aug 1767 by John Anderson.
Book: D1/2, Page: 33, Grantor: Robert Anderson Gent. and Frances his wife, Grantee: John Nelson, Date: 12-Mar-1767
Robert Anderson Gent. and Frances Anderson his wife of Trinity Par. Louisa co. to John Nelson Gent. of same +400 curr. money for 479 acres in Louisa being land purchased of John Wash and Robert Estis, Jr., adj. Ann Cosby, John Poindexter, William White, Charles Daniel, Jr., Francis Lea, dec'd. and Majr. William Morris dec'd. Sig. Robert Anderson. wit. Harry Robinson, John Todd, John Timberlake.
Book: D, Page: 45, Grantor: Snow, John & wife, Grantee: Goodall, John, Date: 16-Sep-1758
Book: D 1/2, Page: 46, Grantor: Terry, Thomas & Elizabeth, Grantee: Terry, Joseph, Date: 14-Sep-1767
Thomas & Elizabeth Terry of Caroline Co. to Joseph Terry of Louisa. £60 for 400 acres land on Hickory Creek; same land as bought in DB C, page 65.
Book: D1/2, Page: 50, Grantor: Buckner, Jane, Grantee: Hughes, William, Date: 12-Oct-1767
DB D1/2 50 October 12, 1767 Jane Buckner of Orange and William Hughes of Louisa 75lb. Tract of land in Louisa County on the branches of Goldmine creek it also being part of a parcel of land formally belonging to John Aylette of King William county and by him left to the said Jane Buckner, his sister. It also being 497 ¼ acres of the said Aylette tract or parcel beginning at corner on Richard Buckner line thence along this line to Joseph Hammonds line along the said Hammonds line to Phillip Aylett’s line along said Aylette line to corner. Thence along William Aylett’s line to corner. Along this William Aylett’s line to beginning.
Book: D1/2, Page: 54, Grantor: Robt. Yancey, Grantee: Jeremiah Yancey, Date: 12-Oct-1767
Robt. Yancey of Par. of [blank] Louisa Co. to Jeremiah Yancey of Albemarle Co., St. Anne's Par; £100 on Little River...adj. Thomas Thomson, James Terry. no acreage given. wit. Robt. Goodwin, Peawd Hix, John Metlock.
Book: D 1/2, Page: 54, Grantor: Yancey, Robert, Grantee: Yancey, Jeremiah, Date: 12-Oct-1767
Robert YANCEY of Louisa Co. to Jeremiah YANCEY of Albemarle Co. St. Anne's Par. for L100 for tract on Little River adj. Thomas THOMSON, James TERRY. sig. Robert YANCEY wit. Robert GOODWIN, Peawd HIX, John METLOCK.
Book: D 1/2, Page: 55, Grantor: Lane, Dumas & wife, Grantee: Day, John, Date: 12-Oct-1767
Book: D, Page: 59, Grantor: Archelaus Yancey and Thomas Perkins, Grantee: John Moss, Date: 05-Aug-1762
Archelaus Yancey and Thomas Perkins wit. to deed of Jane Moss to her son and only heir, John Moss, in North Carolina. 5 Aug 1762
Book: D1/2, Page: 75, Grantor: Liston Temple, Grantee: Benjamin Lewis, Date: 09-May-1768
Liston Temple of King William and Agness his wife to Benjamin Lewis of Spotsylvania. +20 currt money Va. tract in Louisa cont. 1122 acres more or less adj. Duckinghole Bridge near Henry Edwards Plantation, Goldmine Road, Henry Edwards, Chiles and Thurstons, mill pond, the falls, James Tate, which said tract was devised to said Temple by his father Joseph Temple with houses buildings, gardens orchards, waterways, woods, meadows.
Book: D, Page: 91, Grantor: Joseph Thomson son, Grantee: his brother William Thomson, Date: 26-Oct-1756
Joseph Thomson son of Samuel Thomson late of the County of Louisa hath by the consent of the said Court of Louisa apprenticed to his brother William Thomson of sd. county to learn the art and mistery of a planter until her arrives to the lawful age of 21. The sd. master to provide for him sufficient and wholesome meat drink clothing washing and lodging and also will teach or cause to be taught to read and write and cypher.
Book: D1/2, Page: 95, Grantor: Peter Hunter and Ann his wife, Grantee: David Humphrey, Date: 13-Jun-1768
Peter Hunter and Ann, his wife, of Louisa to David Humphrey of same; 15 Lbs. for 100 acres on Rocky Creek adjoining John Glasby and Andrew Hunter. Sig. Peter Hunter and Ann Hunter (x).
Book: D1/2, Page: 97, Grantor: Peter Hunter and Ann his wife, Grantee: John Glasby, Date: 13-Jun-1768
Peter Hunter and Ann his wife of Louisa Co. to John Glasby of same; #5 current money; 50 acres on branches of Rocky Creek. Thomas Watsons line to Mary Peasleys line. ... Andrew Hunter line. Peter Hunter Ann Hunter.
Book: D1/2, Page: 97, Grantor: Peter Hunter and Ann his wife, Grantee: John Glasby, Date: 13-Jun-1768
Peter Hunter and Ann, his wife, of Louisa Co. to John Glasby of same 5 Lbs. for 50 acres on branches of Rocky Creek adjoining Thomas Watson, Mary Peasley and Andrew Hunter. Sig. Peter Hunter and Ann Hunter (x).
Book: D1/2, Page: 98, Grantor: Thomas Grubb, Grantee: Francis Bickley, Date: 20-Oct-1767
Thomas Grubb witness to deed Francis Bickley of Hanover Co. to Thomas Darracott and Harry Tompkins 20 Oct 1767.
Book: D, Page: 102, Grantor: John Harris, Grantee: Samuel McGehee, Date: 22-Nov-1773
John Harris of Louisa Co. and Hannah, his wife, to Samuel McGehee of same county for £171 for 200 acres in St. Martins Parish on Rockey creek adj. by Samuel McGehee, William Clift, Cosby Duke, John Marshall and Matthew Anderson. wit. Bartelott Anderson, James Smith, Wm. McGehee, John McGehee, and John Crank.
Book: D, Page: 104, Grantor: Charles Smith, Grantee: John Bullock, Date: 13-Dec-1773
Charles Smith of Trinity Parish, Louisa County to John Bullock of same 200 pounds tract on South side of Little River containing by estimation 238 acres. Beg. at Little River a little above Goodwins Mill Dam S 42 degrees W to S 42 degrees W 12 poles to S 47 degrees E 20 poles to S 18 degrees W 25 poles to 53 degrees E 9 poles to S 10 degrees E 16 poles to S 6 degrees E 17 poles to S 70 degrees W 11 poles to 28 degrees W to Rev. Robert Yancey's line along his line to corner in James Terry's line, along Terry's to corner in Robert Goodwin line along line to Little River to down River to Beginning including buildings etc. Sig. Charles Smith and Dorothea Smith. Rec. 13 Dec 1773
Book: D1/2, Page: 105, Grantor: Benjamin Lewis, Grantee: James Mitchell, Date: 13-Jun-1768
Benjamin Lewis of Spotsylvania to James Mitchell of Louisa. +200 currt. money Va. tract in Trinity parish Louisa on Duckinghole Creek containing by estimation 282 acres more or less adj. Duckinghole Creek a little below the falls, Goldmine Road, Henry Edwards, Duckinghole bridge, Bibb, with all houses, orchards, woods, etc.
Book: D1/2, Page: 107, Grantor: John Jones and Frances his wife, Grantee: Robert Anderson, Date: 11-Jul-1768
John Jones and Frances his wife of St. Ann's par. Albemarle Co. to Robert Anderson of Louisa for £48 for 400 acres on Peters Creek being land purchased by sd. Jones of William Wood adj. Jones, along Gibson, Ragland. sig. John Jones and Frances B. Jones.
Book: D1/2, Page: 109, Grantor: Charles Cosby and Mary McQuarry, Grantee: , Date: 14-May-1768
Charles Cosby and Mary McQuarry wit. to power of attorney from Clevears Duke to his son Cosby Duke.
Book: D1/2, Page: 109, Grantor: Elizabeth Larrance, Grantee: James Coleman, Date: 08-Aug-1768
Elizabeth Larrance of Louisa Co. to James Coleman of same £18 for 100 acres adj. David Hudsons corner. Sig. Elizabeth (E) Laurance.
Book: D 1/2, Page: 113, Grantor: Pendleton, Edmund, Grantee: Terry, Elizabeth, Date: 12-Sep-1768
Elizabeth Terry can't travel
Book: D1/2, Page: 116, Grantor: David Cosby, Grantee: James Bickley, Date: 10-May-1768
David Cosby mentioned in deed as being guardian of James Bickley brother of William Bickley.
Book: D, Page: 118, Grantor: Terry, David, Grantee: Donald Scott & Co., Date: 26-Jun-1773
Donald Scott & Co., merchants of Glasgow & David Terry of Louisa Co. David for £24, 16 shillings, 9 pence paid by said company, conveys land in Pitsylvania Co., land that my father Champness Terry gave me in his will; David can repay by 1 Apr 1774 then indenture is void. Witness: Nathl Anderson, George Thomson, Curtis Parrott; NO M&B
Book: D1/2, Page: 121, Grantor: Nicholas Mills, Grantee: Chas. Mills, Date: 13-May-1768
Nicholas Mills of St. Martins par., Hanover Co. to Chas. Mills of same, 5 shillings, 400 acres on both sides of the Rudy branch in Louisa Co. formerly granted to Charles Mills, Dec'd. by Patent at Williamsburg 9 Jul 1737 and by the intestate death of the sd. Chas. Mills became the Property of the sd. Nicholas Mills first Heir to the sd. Chas. Mills ... adj. Baileys Line. Wit. David Anderson, Jr., William Mills, Jr., Nathaniel Mills,
Book: D1/2, Page: 121, Grantor: Nicholas Mills, Grantee: Chas. Mills, Date: 13-May-1768
Nicholas Mills of St. Martins Par., Hanover Co. to Chas. Mills of Hanover Co. for 5 shillings for 400 acres on both sides of the Rudy branch in Louisa Co. formerly granted to Charles Mills, dec'd. by patent at Williamsburg 9 July 1737 and by the in testate death of the said Charles Mills became the property of the said Nicholas Mills first heir to the sd. Chas. Mills adjoining Baileys line. Sig. Nicholas Mills. wit. David Anderson, Jr., William Mills, Jr., Nathaniel Mills.
Book: D1/2, Page: 125, Grantor: Cosby Duke, John Cosby, Junr. and Geo. Brackenridg, Grantee: , Date: 13-Feb-1769
Cosby Duke, John Cosby, Jr. and Geo. Brackenridge wit. to deed 13 Feb 1769 Cleavears Duke of Louisa to Amadia Duke daughter of my son James Duke for a slave.
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