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[William] Davis from [124 David] Robertson
Lunenburg County, Virginia Deed Book 7, 281, 282.

This Indenture made the fifth day of February in the second year of the Reign / of our Sovereign Lord George the third by the grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland / King Defender of the faith &c and in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven / hundred and sixty two Between David Roberson and Frances his wife of Granville / County in the province of North Carolina of the One part and William Davis of the / County of Lunenburgh in the Colony and Dominion of Virginia of the other / part Witnesseth that the said David Roberson and Frances his wife for and in / Consideration of the sum of fifty five pounds Current Money of Virginia to them / in hand paid or soon to be paid at or before the sealing and Delivery of these / presence the Receipt whereof the said David Robinson and Frances his wife Doth / hereby acknowledge hath Granted Bargained and Sold alien?d infieff?d Releas'd and / Confirm'd and by these presents doth Grant Bargain and Sell Alien Infeoff Release / and Confirm unto the said William Davis his heirs and assigns forever A certain / tract or parcel of Land Containing three hundred and ninety two acres lying and / being in the County of Lunenburg aforesaid on the North side of Smith's Creek and / Bounded as followeth To Wit, Beginning at a mapll on Smith's Reedy Branch Thence / South forty seven degrees West two hundred and eighty poles to a corner Black Jack – / Thence South twenty two degrees East two hundred and ninety poles to the Creek nearly / Opposite to the said William Davis's Corner Spanish Oak Thence down the said Smiths / Creek to the mouth of the said Reedy Branch Thence up the sd. Branch as it meanders / to the Beginning with all the Reversion and Reversions Remainder and Remainders

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Rents and Services thereof and also all the Estate Right Title possession Interest Claim / and Demand whatsoever of him the said David Roberson and Frances his wife of / in and to the said Land and premises and of in and to every part and parcel thereof / To have and to hold the said part and parcel of Land and premises with the / appurtenances unto the said William Davis his heirs and assigns to the only / proper use and behoof of him the said William Davis his heirs and assigns for ever / And rhe said David Roberson and Frances his wife Doth Covenant and Grant / to and with the sd. William Davis that they the said David Roberson and Frances his / wife the said Dividend on parcel of Land and premises against them and their heirs / and against all and every other person and persons will warrant and [-----] defend / by these presence unto the said William Davis his heirs and assigns forever In / Witness whereof the said David Roberson and Frances his wife hath hereunto set / their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first above written
David Robison L.S.
Francis Roberson L.S.

Signd seald and Delivered In the presence of us
Daniel Collson. John [no surname given] Henry [his mark] King

At a Court held for Lunenburgh County the sixth day of July 1762 / The within written Indenture was proved by the oaths of all the Witnesses thereto / Subscribed and the same is Ordered to be Recorded. Test Clement Read C.C.

Source: Lunenburg County (Virginia) County Clerk, Deeds, 1746-1869, Deeds, Volumes 7-9, FHL microfilm 32391.




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