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    Repository ID  REPO28 
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    • DEEDS

      Indenture made the 4th day of October, 1748, between Thomas Jones
      and Mary Jones, his wife, Charles Irby and Susannah Irby, his
      wife, of Raleigh Parrish, County of Amelia, parties of the first
      part, and Hugh Lamberth of Northampton Parrish, County of
      Richmond, for 30 pounds, conveying 604 acres on South side of
      Crooked Run. Witnesses were Nicholas Lanier, Samuel Jones, and
      Reaps Jones. Acknowledged in Court on October 6, 1748. Deed
      Book 3, page 504.

      Conveyance dated 23rd day of August, 1764, from Thomas Singleton
      to Allan Love of personal property. Presented in Court on
      September 24, 1764. Deed Book 4, page 211.

      Thomas Denton of Brunswick County, stands indebted to
      William Williams of Isle of Wight County, for 30, dated 23
      December 1738. Condition if Thomas Denton do acknowledge and
      make a firm right and title to William Williams to a Certain
      tract or parcel of Land Containing 134a, on East side of Shining
      Creek or Isen-Glass Creek, being part of a tract Pattented by
      Thomas Sisson deced. by 15 May next ensuing. Signed by Thomas
      Denton (bhm). Witnesses: Thomas Lanier, James Cook, Sampson
      Lanier, Junr. Court April 4, 1745, Bond proved by oaths of Thos.
      Lanier and James Cooke. Deed Book 3, Page 12.

      Indenture made 6 March 1744/5, between William Munford of
      Prince George County and David Douglass of Brunswick, 25, 290a,
      part of a 390a tract, Upper side of Cocks's Creek which was
      granted to the said William Munford by Letters Patent 28
      September 1730. Signed William Munford and Mary Munford.
      Witnesses: Henry Dickson, Mark Harwell, and David Abernathy
      (bhm). Court April 4, 1745, Indenture and Memorandum
      acknowledged by William Munford. Deed Book 3, Page 13.

      Indenture made 3 October 1745, between Abraham Cook and
      Sarah his wife of Brunswick County, Planter, and James Hester of
      Louisa County, Planter, 20, 289a, being part of two tracts,
      Beginning at the mouth of Little Creek Meanders up the same to a
      Poplar on the Creek thence South twenty Seven Degrees West eighty
      four poles on the said Line to William Davises Line thence along
      his line east twenty two Degrees North Fifty Poles to Davises
      corner white Oak Thence East twenty Degrees South eighty four
      Poles on the said Line thence along Davises Line South thirty
      Seven Degrees East one hundred and Ninety Eight Poles to a Beach
      on the River thence to the Mouth of the Creek to the Beginning.
      Signed Abraham Cook. Witnesses: Christopher Hudson, Joseph
      Perrin, Robert Hester. Court October 3, 1745, Indenture,
      Memorandum and Receipt acknowledged by Abraham Cook. Deed Book
      3, Page 76.

      Indenture made 11 November 1745 between Robert Clark of
      Brunswick County and Henry Cook of same, 80, South side of
      Maherrin River, 425a; also another tract on S. side of the great
      Swamp, 100a. Signed Robert Clark. Witnesses: Jeremiah Brown,
      Thomas Tatum, John Peebles, John Tomson. Court February 6, 1745,
      Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by Robert Clark and Jane
      the Wife of the said Robert personally appeared and relinquished
      her Right of Dower. Deed Book 3, Page 127.