Brunswick County, Virginia, Deed Book 4 (1750-1764)

Brunswick County, Virginia
Deed Book 4 (1750-1764)

     Indenture made 1 January 1745, between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Junr of Henrico County,
and Alexander McConel of Brunswick County £6-10 Shillings, 215a,
near Cubb Creek.  Signed Richd. Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr. 
Witnesses:  J. Munford, Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.   Court April
3, 1746, Indenture proved to be act of Richard Kennon by oaths of
Robert Kennon & Cadwallader Jones and was acknowledged by William
Kennon Jr.  Court March 27, 1750, Indenture further proved by
oath of James Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission
annexed for taking the acknowledgement and privy examination of
Ann the Wife of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the Wife of Wm. Kennon
and the Certificate of the Execution thereof Ordered to be
Recorded.  Deed Book 4, Page 1.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richd. Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to Alexander McConnel of
Brunswick, for 217a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 2.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745, between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon, Junr. of Henrico County,
and Thomas Daughtery of Brunswick County £7-16 Shillings, 360a,
near Cubb Creek.  Signed Richd. Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  J.
Munford, Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746,
indenture proved to be act and deed of Richd. Kennon by oaths of
Robert Kennon and Caldwallader Jones and acnkowledged by Wm.
Kennon Junr.  Court March 27, 1750, Indenture further proved by
oath of James Munford, Gent., and together with the Commission
annexed for taking the acknowledgment and privy examination of
Anne the Wife of Richd. Kennon and Elizabeth the Wife of Wm.
Kennon and the Certificate of the Execution thereof ordered to be
recorded.  Deed Book 4, Page 4.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richd. Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgment of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles CIty County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to Thomas Daughterty of
Brunswick County, for 360a, near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11
April in 19th yor.  Certificate of Exeuction dated 1 March 1748. 
Signed J. Bolling, Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 5.


     Indenture made 27 March 1750, between Benjamin Williams of
Brunswick County and Nathaniel Edwards of same, £5, 100a,
Otterdam Swamp, being half part of 250a, conveyed to Charles
Williams (my Father) by Charles Steward by Deed dated 3 January
1744 and conveyed from my Father Charles Williams to me by deed
dated 17 August 1749.  Signed Benjamin Williams.  Court March 27,
1750, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by Benjamin Williams,
and Mary the Wife of the said Benjamin personally appeared and
relinquished her right of dower.   Deed Book 4, Page 7.


     Indenture made 22 March 1749, between Charles Williams of
Brunswick County and Nathaniel Edwards of same, £50, 250a,
Otterdam swamp, same being part of 1675a granted to Thomas Avant
by Letters Pattent dated 22 September 1739 and by the said
Charles Steward purchased of the sd. Thomas Avant & Conveyed from
the sd. Charles Steward to Charles Williams by deed dated 3
January 1744.  Signed Charles Williams (bhm).  Wit:  Richard
Ledbetter (bhm), William Ledbetter, James Wyche.  Court March 27,
1750, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by Charles Williams. 
Deed Book 4, Page 9.


     Indenture made 27 March 1750, between Nathaniel Bradford Son
and heir of John Bradford deceased and Richard Moore both of
North Carolina, and Hinchia Mabry of Brunswick County, Whereas
the sd. John Bradford in his Lifetime was seized in Fee of and in
one certain Tract or Parcel of Land lying & being in the County
aforesaid between the three Creeks and the Otterdam Swamp
containing 680a, and died so Seised without makeing any
Disposition thereof after whose Death the sd. Nathaniel Bradford
as his Eldest Son and Heir entred into the said Land and was also
Seised thereof in Fee and being so Seised by Deed duly executed
and Recorded in the General Court of the sd. Colony Sold &
Conveyed the same to the said Richard Moore who has since agreed
with the said Hinchia Mabry to sell and Convey the sd. Lands to
him and whereas the said Nathaniel Bradford at the Time of making
and executing the Conveiance aforesaid to the sd. Richard Moore
was under the age of twenty one Years but is since arrived to
full age & is desirous & Willing to confirm and make good the
said Sale to the sd. Richard testified by his being a Party to
these presents, £120, 680a, bounded by the several course
contained in a Pattent formerly granted to one Richard Pace dated
5 November 1724 of 1220a of which the sd. 680a is a Part, and
conveyed by the said Richard Pace to the sd. John Bradford
deceased in his Lifetime by deeds of Lease and Release
acknowledged and Recorded 7 June 1733.  Signed Nathaniel
Bradford, Richard Moore.  Wit:   Lewis Parham, James Boisseau,
Nicholas Edmunds.  Court March 27, 1750, Indenture acknowledged
by Nathaniel Bradford & Richard Moore.  Deed Book 4, Page 11.


     Indenture made 25 November 1749, between Stephen Sisson of
Brunswick County, and James Jones of Prince George County, £180,
on North side of the Three Creeks, 280a, being part of a greater
tract devised to the sd. Stephen by his Father Thomas Sisson late
of the County of Surry by his last Will and Testament dated 18
December 1730.  Signed Stephen Sisson.  Wit:  Richard Lanier,
Edward Goodrich, John Hunt.  Court March 27, 1750, Indenture
acknowledged by Stephen Sisson and Mary the wife of the sd.
Stepehn personally appeared and relinquished her right of dower. 
Deed Book 4, Page 14.


     Indenture made 25 November 1749, between Thomas Sisson of
Brunswick County, and James Jones of Prince George County,
Whereas the aforesaid Thomas Sisson is and stands seised in Fee
Simple of and in the Revision of a Seat or Tract of Land
containing by estimation 280a, on N side of the Three Creeks,
expectant immeadiatly upon the determination of the Life of
Stephen Sisson Brother of the sd. Thoams Sisson which is part of
a greater Tract by Thomas Sisson Father of the Bargainor to these
Presents byhis last Will Testament in Writing dated 25 November
1730 devised to the said Stephen Sisson by Force of which devise
the said Stephen is & stands seised of the said Seat or Tract for
and during the Term of his natural Life ad the said Thomas Sison
Father of the Bargainor aforesaid departed this Life without
making any Disposition of the Reversion of the sd. Seat or Tract
of Land by reason whereof the sd. Reversion of the aforesaid 280a
devolves upon the sd. Thomas Sisson the Bargainor aforesaid as
Eldest Son & Heirs at law to the above mentioned Thomas Sisson
the Devisor of the said Land, £50, 280a.  Signed Thomas Sisson. 
Wit:  Richard Lanier, Edward Goodrich, John Hunt.  Court March
27, 1750, Indenture proved by the oaths of Ricahrd Lanier, Edward
Goodrich and John Hunt.   Deed Book 4, Page 17.


     Indenture made 12 September 1749, between Stephen Dewey of
Prince George County, Gent. and Thomas Hall of same, £10, 400a,
bounded as by Patent granted to the said Stephen dated 1 October
1747.  Signed Stephen Dewey.  Wit:  J Scott, David Walker, Henry
Simmons.  Court September 27, 1749, Indenture proved by oaths of
John Scott and Henry Simmons.  Court March 27, 1750, Indenture
further proved by oath of David Walker.  Deed Book 4, Page 19.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Junr. of Henrico County,
and David Logon of Brunswick County, £10, 1632a, near Cubb Creek;
the one tract containing 832a; other tract containing 800a. 
Signed Richard Kennon, William Kennon Jur.  Wit:  James Munford,
Robert Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746, Indenture
proved to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by oaths of
Robert Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by William
Kennon Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the oath of
James Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission annexed for
taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of Anne the wife
of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm. Kennon and the
Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to be Recorded. 
Deed Book 4, Page 20.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to David Logan of
Brunswick, for 1632a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 23.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
Thoams Cunningham of Brunswick County, £20, 685a, near Cubb
Creek.  Signed Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James
Munford, Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746,
Indenture proved to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by
oaths of Robert Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by
William Kennon Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the
oath of James Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission
annexed for taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of
Anne the wife of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm.
Kennon and the Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to
be Recorded.  Deed Book 4, Page 24.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to Thomas Cuningham of
Brunswick, for 685a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 26.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
Israel Pickens of Brunswick County, £10, 643a, near Cubb Creek. 
Signed Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James Munford,
Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746, Indenture proved
to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by oaths of Robert
Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by William Kennon
Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the oath of James
Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission annexed for
taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of Anne the wife
of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm. Kennon and the
Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to be Recorded. 
Deed Book 4, Page 27.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to Israel Pickens of
Brunswick, for 643a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 29.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
William Fuqua of Brunswick County, £12, 400a, near Cubb Creek. 
Signed Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James Munford,
Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746, Indenture proved
to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by oaths of Robert
Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by William Kennon
Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the oath of James
Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission annexed for
taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of Anne the wife
of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm. Kennon and the
Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to be Recorded. 
Deed Book 4, Page 31.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to William Fuqua of
Brunswick, for 400a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 32.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
James Logan of Brunswick County, £19-5 Shillings, 640a, near Cubb
Creek.  Signed Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James
Munford, Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746,
Indenture proved to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by
oaths of Robert Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by
William Kennon Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the
oath of James Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission
annexed for taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of
Anne the wife of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm.
Kennon and the Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to
be Recorded.  Deed Book 4, Page 34.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to James Logan of
Brunswick, for 640a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 36.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
Andrew Cunningham of Brunswick County, £22, 768a, near Cubb
Creek.  Signed Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James
Munford, Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746,
Indenture proved to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by
oaths of Robert Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by
William Kennon Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the
oath of James Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission
annexed for taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of
Anne the wife of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm.
Kennon and the Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to
be Recorded.  Deed Book 4, Page 37.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to Andrew Cunningham of
Brunswick, for 768a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 39.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
William Caldwell of Brunswick County, £9-4 Shillings, 380a, near
Cubb Creek.  Signed Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James
Munford, Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746,
Indenture proved to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by
oaths of Robert Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by
William Kennon Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the
oath of James Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission
annexed for taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of
Anne the wife of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm.
Kennon and the Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to
be Recorded.  Deed Book 4, Page 41.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to William Caldwell of
Brunswick, for 380a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 42.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
Richard Dudgion of Brunswick County, £10, 1226a, one tract of
870a [878a], begins on N side of Cubb Creek; other tract of 349a,
begins on South side of Cubb Creek.  Signed Richard Kennon, Wm.
Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James Munford, Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones. 
Court April 3, 1746, Indenture proved to be the act and Deed of
Richard Kennon by oaths of Robert Kennon and Cadwallader Jones
and acknowledged by William Kennon Junr.  Court 27 March 1750,
further proved by the oath of James Munford, Gent. and together
with the Commission annexed for taking the acknowledgement and
Privy examination of Anne the wife of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth
the wife of Wm. Kennon and the Certificate of the Execution
thereof & ordered to be Recorded.  Deed Book 4, Page 44.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to Richard Dudgion of
Brunswick, for 1226a on both sides of Cubb Creek.  Commission
dated 11 April 19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March
1748.  Signed J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page
46.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
William Harwood of Brunswick County, £9-14 Shillings, 323a, near
Cubb Creek.  Signed Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James
Munford, Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746,
Indenture proved to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by
oaths of Robert Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by
William Kennon Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the
oath of James Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission
annexed for taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of
Anne the wife of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm.
Kennon and the Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to
be Recorded.  Deed Book 4, Page 48.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to William Harwood of
Brunswick, for 323a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 50.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
James Frankling of Brunswick County, £17, 567a, near Cubb Creek. 
Signed Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James Munford,
Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746, Indenture proved
to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by oaths of Robert
Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by William Kennon
Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the oath of James
Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission annexed for
taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of Anne the wife
of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm. Kennon and the
Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to be Recorded. 
Deed Book 4, Page 51.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to James Frankling of
Brunswick, for 567a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 53.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
John Stewart of Brunswick County, £19, 650a, near Cubb Creek. 
Signed Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James Munford,
Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746, Indenture proved
to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by oaths of Robert
Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by William Kennon
Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the oath of James
Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission annexed for
taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of Anne the wife
of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm. Kennon and the
Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to be Recorded. 
Deed Book 4, Page 55.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to John Stewart of
Brunswick, for 650a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 57.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
William Caldwell son of John Caldwell of Brunswick County, £18,
621a, near Cubb Creek;one tract containing 310«a; other tract
containing 310«a.  Signed Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit: 
James Munford, Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746,
Indenture proved to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by
oaths of Robert Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by
William Kennon Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the
oath of James Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission
annexed for taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of
Anne the wife of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm.
Kennon and the Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to
be Recorded.  Deed Book 4, Page 58.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to William Caldwell son of
John Cadwell of Brunswick, for 620a near Cubb Creek.  Commission
dated 11 April 19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March
1748.  Signed J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page
61.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
Thomas Vernon of Brunswick County, £10, 501a, near Cubb Creek;
opne tract containing 370a; other tract containing 101a.  Signed
Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James Munford, Robt.
Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746, Indenture proved to be
the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by oaths of Robert Kennon and
Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by William Kennon Junr.  Court
27 March 1750, further proved by the oath of James Munford, Gent.
and together with the Commission annexed for taking the
acknowledgement and Privy examination of Anne the wife of Richard
Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm. Kennon and the Certificate of
the Execution thereof & ordered to be Recorded.  Deed Book 4,
Page 62.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to Thomas Vernon of
Brunswick, for 501a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 65.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
John Caldwell of Brunswick County, £40, 1400a, near Cubb Creek. 
Signed Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James Munford,
Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746, Indenture proved
to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by oaths of Robert
Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by William Kennon
Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the oath of James
Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission annexed for
taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of Anne the wife
of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm. Kennon and the
Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to be Recorded. 
Deed Book 4, Page 66.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to John Caldwell of
Brunswick, for 1400a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 69.


     Indenture made 1 January 1745 between Richard Kennon of
Charles City County and William Kennon Jr. of Henrico County and
David Caldwell of Brunswick County, £17-11 Shillings, 584a, near
Cubb Creek.  Signed Richard Kennon, Wm. Kennon, Jr.  Wit:  James
Munford, Robt. Kennon, Cadr. Jones.  Court April 3, 1746,
Indenture proved to be the act and Deed of Richard Kennon by
oaths of Robert Kennon and Cadwallader Jones and acknowledged by
William Kennon Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the
oath of James Munford, Gent. and together with the Commission
annexed for taking the acknowledgement and Privy examination of
Anne the wife of Richard Kennon & Elizabeth the wife of Wm.
Kennon and the Certificate of the Execution thereof & ordered to
be Recorded.  Deed Book 4, Page 70.


     Commission directed to John Bolling, Richard Royall & John
Royall, Gentlemen, to conduct privy examination and take
acknowledgement of Anne Kennon, the wife of Richard Kennon and
Elizabeth the wife of William Kennon, to Indenture dated 1
January 1745, from Richard Kennon of Charles City County and
William Kennon, Jr. of Henrico County to David Caldwell of
Brunswick, for 584a near Cubb Creek.  Commission dated 11 April
19th yor.  Certificate of Execution dated 1 March 1748.  Signed
J. Bolling and Richd. Royall.  Deed Book 4, Page 73.


     Indenture made 16 February 1749, between William Green of
Surry County, Planter, and Lewis Parham of BrunswickCounty,
Merchant, £30-10 Shillings, half of a tract containing 141a, it
being part of 282a which was granted by Letters Patent to
Nathaniel green the Elder deceased and dated 28 September 1728. 
Signed W. Green.  Wit:  Robert Campbell, Matthew Parham, Junr.,
Cheney Tatum.  Court 26 June 1750, Indenture acknowledged by
William Green.  Deed Book 4, Page 75.


     Indenture made 24 March 1747, between Joseph Fisher of
Brunswick County, Planter, and Sterling Clack of same, Gentleman,
£60, which was formerly granted to one John Ledbetter by Letters
Patent dated 25 November 1743 and by the said John Ledbetter by
Indenture dated 5 July 1744 sold and conveyed to the said Joseph
Fisher, 196a, on N side of Maherrin River.  Signed Joseph Fisher,
(bhm).  Wit:  Lewis Parham, George Willson, James Clack.  Court 2
June 1748, Indenture proved by oath of George Willson.  Court 26
June 1750, Indenture further porved by oaths of Lewis Parham and
James Clack, Gent.  Deed Book 4, Page 78.


     Indenture made 27 March 1750, between Sterling Clack of
Brunswick County, and Lewis Parham of same, £60, tract which was
formerly granted to one John Ledbetter by Letters Patent dated 25
November 1743 and by the said John Ledbetter by Indenture
acknowledged in court 5 July 1744 sold and conveyed to on Joseph
Fisher and by the said Joseph Fisher by Indenture acknowledged in
court dated 5 March 1747 sold and conveyed to the said Sterling
Clack, 196a, on North side of Maherrin River.  Signed St: Clack. 
Court 26 June 1750, Indenture acknowledged by Sterling Clack. 
Deed Book 4, Page 81.


     Indenture made 23 June 1750, between Theophilus Feidl of
Prince George County, Merchant and William Brewer of Brunswick
County, Planter, £15, 292a, Patent dated 20 August 1748 granted
to the said Theophilus Feild, on Pidgeon Roost Creek.  Signed T.
Feild.  Witnesses:  James Rigsbye (bhm), Robt. Stobo?, William
Millar, James Stark.  Court 26 June 1750, Indenture and
Memorandum proved by the oaths of James Rigsbie, Wiliam Millar &
James Starke.  Deed Book 4, Page 83.


     Indenture made 28, March 1750, between Benjamin Lanier of
Brunswick County, and George Hagood of same, £23, 100a, being
part of a larger tract formerly granted to John Spell by Letters
Patent dated December 28, 1736.  Signed Benjamin Lanier.  Court
28 March 1750, Indenture acknowledged by Benjamin Lanier and
Elizabeth the Wife of the said Benjamin personally appeared and
relinquished her Right of Dower.  Deed Book 4, Page 86.


     Indenture made 29 January 1749, between George Robison and
Anne his Wife of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and
Nathaniel Edwards, Gentleman of same, Whereas John Erby late of
the said Parish and County aforesaid (the late Husband of the
aforesaid Anne) in his lifetime and at the time of his Death was
seised and possessed of one Messuage and Tenement and 290a, on
South side of Maherrin River, and being so siesed (sic) and
possessed departed this Life leaving the aforeaid Anne his
relict; by Reason whereof the aforesaid George and Anne in Right
of the said Anne are intitled to and seised and possesssed of one
third Part of the said Messuage Tenement and 290a aforesaid, for
and during the Natural Life of the said Anne as the Legal Dower
of the said Anne of and in the same and Whereas also the
aforesaid John Irby in and be last Will & Testament dated 20
April 1726, did among other legacies and Bequests therein
mentioned give and bequeath unto the aforesaid Anne his then Wife
the possession of all the Negr£ Slaves of the said John Irby, to
wit, Ned, Bellow, Grace, Bess, Phillis, Bridget, Nero, Toby
Harvest, and Easter untill William the Son of the said John Irby
should attain to the Age of Twenty one years and upon his said
Son's attaining to his Age of Twenty one Years that the several
salves should be equally devided betweeen the Children which the
aforesaid Anne had borne to him the said John Irby, namely
William Elizabeth and James and her the said Anne, and also in
and by his said Will did give & Bequeath unto the said Anne all
the rest of his Estate (except six Pounds and one Feather Bed)
therewith to pay the debts of the said Testator and to maintain
his Children aforementioned as by the said Will of the said John
Irby duly proved in the County Court of Brunswick, By virtue of
which said Will the said George and Anne in Right of the said
Anne are intitled to all and singular the Profits and Advantages
arising and accruing from and by the Labour of the Several Negr£
Slvaes until William the Son of the said John Irby deceased shall
attain to the Age of Twenty one Years and from and immediately
therafter of and in the absolute Property Right and Title of one
Fourth Part of all the NEgr£ Slaves aforementioned and allso of
the absolut Right, Title, and Property of all and Singular the
other Estate of the said John Irby Deceased (except as herein
before is excepted) for the use &Purposes in the said Will
mentioned and expressed And whereas also the aforesaid Nathaniel
edwards did lend and advance to the aforesaid Anne before her
intermaariage with the aforesaid George Robinson the Sum of £190-
2 Shillings 2 Pence towards paying the Debts of the said Testator
and the Maintenance and Education of his Children, for the better
securing payment of the said £190-2 Shillings and 2 pence with
Interest thereof and in Consideration also of the sum of 5
Shillings, 1/3 part of 190a and ¬ of all and every Negr£s,
together with all and singular the goods & Chattles in the
schuedle hereunto annexed and all right title property claim  and
demand whats£ver of him the said Geroge Robison & Anne his Wife
to the same, upon condition that if the said George Robison or
Anne his Wife or either of them do and shall well and truly pay
or cause to be paid to the said Nathaniel edwards, the sum of
£190-2 Shillings and 2 Pence with lawfull Interest and also the
costs and charges of writing and recording the present indenture
upon the 1 October 1752, evertying therein contained shall cease
determine and be void.  Signed George Robison, Anne Robison. 
Wit:  Edward Rowell, William edwards, Abraham Johnson (bhm). 
Schedule of goods to which the Indenture refers - 14 head Black
Cattle, Plow Horses & one Mare, Feather Beds and furniture,
Copper Kittle, Iron Pots, Pewter Dishes, Pewter Plates.  Court 27
June 1750, Indenture proved by the oath of Edward Rowell.  Court
26 September following, acknowledged by George Robison and proved
to be the act and deed of Anne the Wife by oaths of William
Edwards & Abraham Johnson, together with the schedule annexed,
previous to which the said Anne was privily examined.  Deed Book
4, Page 89.


     Indenture made 25 December 1750, between John Wall Junr. of
Brunswick County, and Stephen Sisson of same, £35, on both Sides
of the Rockey Run, 272a.  Signed J. Wall, Junr.  Wit:  Thos.
Person, Henry Morris.  Court 26 December 1750, Indenture
acknowledged by John Wall, Junr.  Deed Book 4, Page 95.


     Indenture made 29 March 1749, between James Speed of
Brunswick County, Planter, and John Lightfoot, Esqr. of same,
£80, 178a, on both sides of Wyches Branch, which said land was
lately granted to the said James Speed by Letters Patent dated 20
August 1747.  Signed James Speed.  Court 29 March 1750, Indenture
acknowledged by James Speed.  Deed Book 4, Page 98.


     Indenture made 23 June 1750, between William Brewer of
Brunswick County, Planter, and Theophilus Feild of Brince George
County, Merchant, £15, 235a, Sturgeon Creek.  Signed William
Brewer (bhm).  Wit:  Robt. Jones, Junr., Henry Fitz, Thos.
Collier.  Court 26 June 1750, Indenture and memorandum
acknowledged by William Brewer.  Deed Book 4, Page 100.


     Henry Rose of Brunswick Countyh, Planter, L and good Will I
bear to my Son in law John Tudor of same, Planter, all that
plantation Tract or parcel of Land whereon I now dwell scituate
lying and being on a Branch of poplar Creek in the County of
Brunswick aforesaid it being part of a tract I purchased of John
Jones Gent. and contained 342a and was granted to the said John
Jones by Pattent dated 20 August 1749, the other part containing
by estimation 150a lying now in the Occupation of Benjamin Tudor,
provided nevertheless that it shall and may be lawfull to and for
me the said Henry Rose and Mary my wife Mother of the above
mentioned John Tudor or either of us from time to time and at all
times hereafter during our natural Lives or the Natural life of
the survivor of us peaceable and quietly to enter into and upon
have hold use occupy possess and Enjoy the Plantation and Tract
of Land hereby given and granted with their and every of their
appurts. without the lett suit hindrance molestation or
interruption of the said John Tudor, etc., dated 27 June 1750. 
Signed Henry Rose.  Court 27 June 1750, Deed acknowledged by
Henry Rose.  Deed Book 4, Page 102.


     Jones v. Brunswick County account (Robert Jones Junr.) In
Obedience to an Order of Brunswick County Court I have examined
the within Accounts and find the same to be justly and truly
Stated except as to the three last Articles of the first Account
which as it d£s not appear to me what Mr. Jones was to have for
the Services there charged the same are referred to the
Consideration of the Court by their Worships.  Most Humble
Servant. St: Clack, August 1, 1748.  Court 3 March 1748, Account
returned into Court by Robert Jones Junr., Gent. and on his
Motion was together with this Report Ordered to be Recorded. 
Deed Book 4, Page 104.


     We, William Read and Hubbard Quarles of St. Andrew Parish,
Brunswick County have jointly bought of William Reaves late of
the County, 100a, as also we the said Read and Quarles have 2
separate Patents jointly in our names adjoining the other 100a, 1
containing 536a, the other containing 132a, we do divide the
aforesaid lands in the presence of the under named Witnesses to
wit Beginning at John Davises Corner red Oak thence by a Line of
marked Trees to red oak Run so that the upper part from the Line
aforesaid on the North side of Red Oak to be properly the Right
of the said Qurles (sic) and the remainder part of the above
mentioned lands to belong to the said William Reade, dated 28
April 1747.  Signed William Read, Hubbard Quarles.  Wit:  Isaac
Mathis, Moses Quarles, Hugh Williams.  Court 27 March 17590, Deed
acknowledged by William Read and Hubbard Quarles.  Deed Book 4,
Page 106.


     Thomas Tatum of Brunswick County, Planter, £5, paid by
William Fox of same, 50a, is part of that Tract or Survey I now
live on, Beech Island Gut, Fountains Creek, dated 26 March 1750. 
Signed Thos. Tatum.  Wit:  John Peterson, John Saul (bhm), James
Duglass (bhm).  Court 27 March 1750, Deed and Memorandum
acknowledged by Thomas Tatum.  Deed Book 4, Page 107.


     Thomas Tatum of Brunswick County, Planter, £10, paid by
Thomas Pennington of same, 100a, on N side of Fountains Creek, is
part of that tract or Survey I now live on, dated 23 January
1749.  Signed Thos. Tatum.  Wit:  John Peterson, John New, James
Duglass (bhm).  Court 27 March 1750, Deed and Memorandum
acknowledged by Thomas Tatum.  Deed Book 4, Page 109.


     Indenture made 25 March 1750, between Nathaniel Hick of St.
Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and Mary his wife, and John
Farrington of Albemarle Parish, Surry County, £35, 280a, on S
side of Maherrin River, Beginning at a red Oak on the North side
of Genito Creek thence South East one hundred Pole cross the said
Creek two hundred and four Poles to a white Oak thence South west
one hundred and sixty eight Poles to a white Oak thence North
Seventy eight Degrees West Sixty Poles corss a branch one hundred
and Sixteen poles to a Poplar thence North twenty three Degrees
West one hundred and twenty two Poles to a white Oak thence North
twenty five degrees East forty Poles cross the said Creek eighty
six Poles to a red Oak thence North seventy three Degrees East
twenty six Poles to a Hickory thence North fifty Degrees East
forty Poles to the Beginning.  Signed Nathaniel Hicks, Mary Hicks
(bhm).  Court 27 March 1750, Indenture acknowledged by nathaniel
Hicks and Mary his wife previous to which the said Mary was
privately examined.  Deed Book 4, Page 111.


     Indenture made 27 March 1750, between James Johnson of
Brunswick County, and Barnes Johnson of Charles City County, £10,
200a.  Signed James Johnson.  Wit:  John Mackany, James Johnson,
William Johnson, John Johnson.  Court 27 March 1750, Indenture
acknowledged by James Johnson previous to which the Wife of the
said James was privately examined.  Deed Book 4, Page 113.


     Indenture made 26 March 1750, between Robert Rennard of
North Carolina, Planter, and Sterling Thornton of Virginia, Gent.
£70, 142a, on S side Nottoway River, Beginning at the Indian
Company's upper Corner upon the River thence along their line
South thirty one Degrees East one hundred and twenty two poles to
a Corner Hickory in the County line thence West thirty Degrees
South one hundred and sixty seven Poles along the County line to
a Corner red Oak thence North thirty degrees West seventy four
Poles to a Corner black Oak thence North ten degrees East one
hundred and sixty six Poles to a Corner Hickory upon the River
below the Mouth of a small Run thence down Nottoway River is
(sic) it Meanders to the Beginning.  Signed Robert Rennard (bhm). 
Wit:  William Clack, Lewis Parham, Edward Goodrich.  Court 27
March 1750, Indenture acknowledged by Robert Rennard, previous to
which Barbary the Wife of the said Robert was privately examined. 
Deed Book 4, Page 114.


     Indenture made 11 December 1749, between John Jackson of
Brunswick County and Burwell Lucy of same, £15, 200a, granted to
the above said John Jackson Junr. by Patent for 200a, 1742. 
Signed John Jackson.  Wit:  Sampson Lanier, Daniel Hix (bhm),
Elizabeth Lanier.  Court 27 March 1750, Indenture and Memorandum
acknowledged by John Jackson.  Deed Book 4, Page 115.


     Indenture made 26 March 1750, between John Davis of
Brunswick County, and William Bishop of same, £6-9 Shillings,
90a, Otterdam Swamp, land is part of a Tract containing 350a
granted to the said John Davis by Patent dated 24 March 1725. 
Signed John Davis (bhm).  Wit:  Benjamin Williams, John Holloway,
John Dunn.  Court 27 March 1750, Indenture and receipt proved by
the oaths of Benjamin William, John Holloway and John Dunn.  Deed
Book 4, Page 117.


     Indenture made 20 November 1746, between Samuel Chamberlin
of Brunswick County, St. Andrews Parish, and Moses Davis Smith of
same, £10, 100a.  Signed Sma Chamberlin.  Wit:  John Duglass,
Sampson Lanier, Edmon Sweeny, Daniel Hix (bhm).  Court 1 January
1746, Indenture and Memorandum proved by oaths of John Duglass
and Sampson Lanier.  Court 27 March 1750, further proved by the
oaths of Daniel Hicks.  Deed Book 4, Page 119.


     Indenture made 14 February 1749, between John Williams of
Bath Parish, Prince George County, and James Fisher of St.
Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, 20 Shillings, 350a, on N side
of Waqua Creek.  Signed John Williams.  Wit:  Thomas Lanore,
Richard Avery, William Parham (bhm).  Court 27 March 1750,
Indenture and Memorandum proved by the oaths of Thomas Lanore,
Ricahrd Avery and William Parham.  Deed Book 4, Page 121.


     Indenture made 25 September 1749, between Frederick Jones
and Betty his Wife of Prince George County, and William King,
Heir at Law of William King Deced. of Elizabeth City County, £85,
630a, 230a part thereof being part of a greater Tract of Land
formerly granted to Peter Jones by Patent dated 2 November 1726
and conveyed by Deed from the said Jones to William Wynne; other
400a residue was granted to the said William Wynne by Patent
dated 1 February 1738 and conveyed by deed from the said William
Wynne to Frederick Jones.  Signed Frederick Jones, Betty Jones. 
Wit:  Buckner Stith, Robt. Kennon, L. Claiborne, Junr.  Court 27
March 1750, Indenture acknowledged by Frederick Jones.  Deed Book
4, Page 123.


     John Randle of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, L&A
which I have and bear unto my beloved Daughter Susanna Ware of
same, all messuage and Plantation whereon the said Susanna now
lives with 163a thereto adjoining, being same land purchased of
Millinton Blalock by me the said John Randle 8 March 1748, on a
branch of Cold Water Run, 5 March 1750.  Signed Jno. Randle. 
Court 27 March 1750, Deed acknowledged by John Randle.  Deed Book
4, Page 125.


     Indenture made 27 March 1750, between Austine Hyghtower and
Jane his Wife of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and James
Tarply of same, £22, 200a, Beginning at the mountain branch where
Lawyers Road crosses the said Branch thence along the said Road
to Cedar Creek thence down the said Creek to brown's line thence
along Brown's line to the Mountain Branch aforesaid thence up the
said Branch as it meanders to the Beginning.  Signed Austine
Hightower, Jane Hightower (bhm).  Wit:  Hugh Williams, John
Pheanix, James Rigby, Junr.  Court 27 March 1750, Indenture and
Receipt acknowledged by Austine Higtower and Jane his Wife,
previous to which the said Jane was privately Examined.   Deed
Book 4, Page 127.


     Indenture made 26 March 1750, between Moses Vincent of St.
Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and John Vincent of same, £40,
on South side of Fountains Creek, 500a, it being same land which
John Vincent the Elder now Deceased by his last Will and
Testament in Writing dated 4 November 1727 devised to the said
Moses as his Posthumus Son which said Will is now remaining of
Record in the County Court of Prince George.  Signed Moses
Vincent (bhm).  Wit:  John Edmunds, John Peebles, John Rosser. 
Court 27 March 1750, Indenture acknowledged by Moses Vincent. 
Deed Book 4, Page 129.


     Indenture made 27 March 1750, between Thomas Vincent of
Brunswick County, and John Vincent of same, Whereas the aforesaid
Thomas Vincent is and stands seized of and in the Reversion of a
Seat or Tract of Land in Fee Simple with the appurtenances
containing by Estimation 500a, on S side of Fountains Creek,
expectant immediately upon the determination of the Life of Moses
Vincent (Posthumus Son of John Vincent late of the County
aforesaid deceased and) Brother to the said Thomas which said
land the aforesaid John Vincent (the Father) by his last Will and
Testament in Writing dated 4 November 1727 devised unto the said
Moses Posthumus Vincent for and during the Term of the Natural
Life of the said Moses Posthumus without making any Disposition
of the Reversion of the said land, by reason whereof the said
Reversion of the aforesaid 500a devolves upon the said Thomas
Vincent as Son and Heir to the abovementioned John Vincent the
Devisor of the same 500a, now for £5, all the reversion and
remainder of the said 500a.  Signed Thomas Vincent.  Wit:  John
Edmunds, John Peebles, John Rosser.  Court 27 March 1750,
Indenture acknowledged by Thoams Vincent.  Deed Book 4, Page 130.


     Indenture made 27 March 1750, between John Jackson and
Willmuth his Wife of Brunswick County, and John Collier of same,
£19, 95a, on E side of the Reedy Branch.  Signed John Jackson,
Willmuth Jackson (bhm).  Wit:  Rus Blackley, J£l Threewett,
Titus Singleton.  Court 27 March 1750, Indenture and Memorandum
acknowledged by John Jackson and Willmuth his Wife previous to
which the said Willmuth was privately examined.  Deed Book 4,
Page 132.


     Indenture made 20 March 1749, between Mary Smith and William
Smith of Brunswick County, and David Sims of same, £28, 100a,
Rattlesnake Creek.  Signed William Smith (bhm) and Sarah Smith
(bhm).  Wit:  SAmpson Lanier, Edward Wesson, William Johnson. 
Court 28 March 1750, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by
William and Mary Smiths.  Deed Book 4, Page 135.


     Batt Peterson of Brunswick county, L&A which I have for my
Son John Peterson of same, 920a, on S side of Maherrin River and
on both sides of Fountains Creek, saving and excepting 100a which
belongs to James Duglas out of the said Tract lying on the upper
part of the said 920a on the S side of the said Fountains Creek,
dated 28 March 1750.  Signed Batt Peterson.  Court 28 March 1750,
Deed and Memorandum acknowledged by Batt Peterson and Frances his
Wife previous to which the said Frances was privately examined. 
Deed Book 4, Page 137.


     Indenture made 24 November 1749, between William Walker of
James City County, and Arthur Harris of Northampton County, North
Carolina £20, on E side of Pea Hill Creek, 100a.  Signed William
Walker.  Wit:  David Fifh, John Morris, Josiah Burton, Edward
Crews.  Court 28 March 1750, Indenture proved by the oaths of
John Morris, Josiah Burton and Edward Crews.  Deed Book 4, Page
139.


     Indenture made 17 February MDCCXLIX/L Between John Jackson
Junr. of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and Robert Rivers
of Bath Parish, Prince George County, £130, 400a, on N side of
the Three Creeks, bounded as in certain Letters Patent dated 22
February 1724 granted to Edward Accolls and assigned by Deeds of
Bargain and Sale to John Jackson Junr, dated 1 October MDCCXLVII,
and also on S side of Nottoway River adjoining the land
containing 100a., being part of 195a granted to John Jackson
Senr. by Letters Patent dated 18 September 1730, and assigned by
the said John Senr. to the aforesaid JohnJunr. dated 1 October
1747[?].  Signed John Jackson, Willmuth Jackson (bhm).  Wit: 
William Gower, John Maclin, Robt. Whitehall.  Court 29 March
1750, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by John Jackson and
Willmuth his Wife previous to which the said Willmuth was
privately examined.  Deed Book 4, Page 141.


     Indenture made 4 June 1750, between Griffin Humphris of St.
Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and James Edmunds of Raleigh
Parish, Amelia County, £30, 100a, Willcatt Creek, being part of a
greater patent granted to James Matthis and sold to Griffin
Humphris.  Signed Griffin Humphris (bhm).  Wit:  Hugh Williams,
Hezekiah Powell, Thomas Stone.  Court 26 June 1750, Indenture and
Receipt acknowledged by Griffin Humphris and Sarah the Wife of
the said Griffin relinquished her Right of Dower.  Deed Book 4,
Page 144.


     Indenture made 18 April 1750, between Batte Peterson of
Brunswick county, and John Petterson of Prince George County,
£25, on both sides of the NorthFork of Jenito Creek it being all
the Land as is Devised unto him the said Batte Peterson by the
last Will and Testament of Mr. John Peterson of the Isle of wight
County deceased that lieth on the said Jenito creek, 500a. 
Signed Batte Peterson.  Wit:  Robert Batt, Miles Thweatt, Junr.,
Bolling Starke, Thos. Epes.  Court 26 June 1750, Indenture
acknowledged by Batte Peterson.  Deed Book 4, Page 146.


     Indenture made 18 April 1750, between John Peterson of
Prince George County, and Batte Peterson of Brunswick county, L&A
he beareth to the said Batte Peterson (his Brother) and £5, on S
side of Maherrin River it being all the Land as is Devised unto
the said John Peterson by the last Will and Testament of his
Father Mr. John Peterson of the Isle of Wight County deceased as
is binding on the S side of the said Maherrin River.  Signed John
Peterson.  Wit:  Robert Batt, Miles Thweatt, Junr., Bolling
Starke, Thos. Epes.  Court 26 June 1750, Indenture acknowledged
by John Peterson.  Deed Book 4, Page 148.


     Indenture made 25 June 1750, between Richard Green of Prince
George County and John Brown of Brunswick County, witnesseth that
the said Richard Green and Elizabeth, his wife for £5, 200a,
being part of the land the said John Brown now lives on and by
Agreement the said Ricahrd and John Brown chose John Molton and
Thomas Jones for to lay off the said Land, Turkey Run
Branch/Nottoway River.  Signed Richard Green (bhm), Eliza. Green
(bhm).  Wit: Hugh Williams, James Fisher, Benjamin Smith.  Court
26 June 1750, Indenture, Memorandum and Reciept acknowledged by
Richard Green and Elizabeth  his wife, previous to which the said
Elizabeth was privately Examined.  Deed Book 4, Page 149.


     Indenture made 7 April 1750, between John Vinson of
Brunswick County and John Tomlinson of same, £20, on S side of
Fountains Creek and on both sides of Linches Branch, 350a. 
Signed John Vinson.  Wit:  George Brewer (bhm), Dominick Fanning,
John Brewer.  Court 26 June 1750, Indenture ackwn£ldged by John
Vinson previous to which Amelia the Wife of the said John was
privately examined.  Deed Book 4, Page 152.


     This Indenture made 19 April 1750, between Stephen Housman
Senr. of Lunenburg County and John Housman his Son of Brunswick
county, St. Andrews Parish, and Sterling Clack and Joshua Clark
of Brunswick County, St. Andrews Parish, £2-13 Shillings and 8
pence, on N side of Fountains Creek binding upon the Stewke
Branch, 200a.  Signed Stephen Housman, Senr. (bhm), John Housman. 
Wit:  John Tomlinson, Thomas Vinson, John Vinson, James Lanier. 
Court 26 June 1750, Indenture proved by the oaths of John
Tomlinson, Thomas Vinson, John Vinson and James Lanier.  Deed
Book 4, Page 155.


     Indenture made 19 April 1750, between John Housman of
Brunswick County, St. Andrews Parish, and Stephen Housman of
Lunenburg Ccounty, £10, on N side of Fountains Creek and binding
upon the Stewke Branch.  Signed John Housman.  Wit:  James
Lanier, John Tomlinson, Thomas Vinson, John Vinson.  Court 26
June 1750, Indenture proved by oaths of James Lanier, John
Tomlinson, Thomas Vinson, and John Vinson.  Deed Book 4, Page
159.


     Indenture made 26 June 1750, between William Dugger of
Brusnwick County, and Benjamin Lanier of same, £23, 200a, on both
sides of Beechlick Branch, and bounded as by Letters Patent dated
12 January 1746.  Signed Wm. Dugger.  Wit:  Sampson Lanier,
William Rawlings, John Marshall.  Court 26 June 1750, Indenture
acknowledged by William Dugger previous to which Martha the Wife
of the said William was privately examined.  Deed Book 4, Page
161.


     Indenture made 23 June 1750, between Lanier Brewer and Joana
his Wife of Brunswick County, and Charles Collier of same, £10,
on South side of Maherrin River, 200a, it being part of a Tract
granted to the said Lanier Brewer by Patent dated 20 August 1748
for 300a.  Signed Lanier Brewer (bhm), Joana Brewer (bhm).  Court
26 June 1750, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by Lanier
Brewer and Joana his Wife previous to which the said Joana was
privately examined.  Deed Book 4, Page 163.


     Indenture made 22 June 1750, between Henry Cook of Brunswick
County and Joseph Peebles of Prince George County, £6, on S side
of the Cain branch, 261a.  Signed Henry Cook (bhm).  Wit:  James
Lanier, Peter Wyche, John Peebles.  Court 26 June 1750, Indenture
acknowledged by Henry Cook.  Deed Book 4, Page 166.


     Indenture made 27 March 1750, between Mary Harris, Junr. of
St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick county, and John Pheenix of same,
£3, 100a, Nottoway River/Red oak Creek/Stonehouse Branch/Claybank
Branch, being the plantation and all the Land that Abraham
Pheenix purchased of Athanasius Robinson.  Signed Mary Harris,
Junr. (bhm).  Wit:  James Parrish, Hugh Williams, Jonathan
Centell.   Court 26 June 1750, Indenture and Receipt acknowledged
by Mary Harris, Junr.  Deed Book 4, Page 168.


     Indenture made this 26 June 1750, between Samuel Dispain of
Brunswick County, and Samuel Marshall of same, £30, 200a, on S
side of Maherrin River that was granted to the said Samuel
Dispain by Letters Patent dated 20 August 1748.  Signed Samuel
Dispain (bhm).  Wit:  Andrew Metcalfe, Anthony Metcalfe, M Cadet
Young.    Court 26 June 1750, Indenture and Memorandum
acknowledged by Samuel Dispain.  Deed Book 4, Page 171.


     I John Mason of Albemarle Parish, Surry County, L&A which I
have and do bear to my loving Son Christopher Mason of Prince
George County, on S side of Mehrrin River bounded on the Lands of
William Adams, William Davis and Ides Smith, 200am, being all
that tract of Land I purchased of Gilbert Ivey, dated 19 June
1750.  Signed John Mason.  Wit:  Robt. Jones Junr., Augustine
Claiborne, Nathl. Edwards, David Mason.  Court 27 June 1750, Deed
proved by the oaths of Robert Jones Junr. Nathaniel Edwards and
Augustine Claiborne.  Deed Book 4, Page 174.


     Indenture made 27 June 1750, between Richard Avery of Surry
County, and John Wall of Brunswick County, £45, on N side of
Maherrin River, 135a, which said land was granted to Richard
Avery by Letters Patent dated 5 March 1747.  Signed Richard
Avery.  Wit:  Drury Stith, Nathl. Edwards, Geo: Johnson.  Court
27 June 1750, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by Richard
Avery.  Deed Book 4, Page 176.


     Commission directed to John Wall Junior, George Wyche and
Timothy Rives, Gentlemen, to receive the relinquishment of Dower
and to prively examine Sarah Avery, the wife of the Richard
Avery, regarding Indenture dated 20 June 1750, to John Wall,
135a, commission dated 28 June 1750.  Certificate of execution 
dated March 27, 1751.  Signed J. Wall, Junr., George Wyche.  Deed
Book 4, Page 179.


     Indenture made 25 September 1750, between Hinchia Mabry of
Brunswick County and J£ll Mabry of same, 5 Shillings, 200a,
between Moor's Swamp and Nottoway River.  Signed Hinchia Mabry
(bhm).  Wit:  Lewis Parham, Curthbert Smith, Jehu Peebles.   
Court 25 September 1750, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by
Hincha Mabry.  Deed Book 4, Page 181.


     Indenture made 27 June 1750, between William Hardin of
Brunswick County, and William Powell of same, £20, on N side of
Fountains Creek, 130a, being the Land and Plantation formerly in
the possession and occupation of John Lynch and by Deed dated 18
October 1748, conveyed by the said Lynch to the said Hardin. 
Signed William Hardin (bhm).  Wit:  John Peterson, James Powell,
Tobias Moor, James Smith (bhm).  Court 25 September 1750,
Indenture proved by the oaths of James Powell, Tobias Moore, and
James Smith.  Deed Book 4, Page 183.


     Indenture made 19 September 1750, between Thomas Jackson
Senr. of Brunswick County, and Daniel Jackson of same, £50, 400a,
granted to Thomas Jackson by Patent for 400a dated 20 May 1742. 
Signed Thomas Jackson (bhm).  Wit:  Jesse Tatum, Thomas Jack[son]
(bhm).  Court 25 September 1750, Indenture and Memorandum
acknowledged by Thomas Jackson.  Deed Book 4, Page 186.


     Indenture made 25 September 1750, between George Scogin of
St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and Richard Sclater of
Charles Parish, York County, £130, on S side of Waqua Creek,
617a, and bounded as in certain Letters Patents dated 8 September
1732 by which Patent the land was granted to William Tillman and
the said William conveyed the said Land to George Tillman Senr.
by Deed dated 3 March 1746, and the said George Senr. conveyed
the same to George Scogin by deed dated 2 February 1746/7. 
Signed George Scogin.  Wit:  John Embry, Robt. Whitehall.  Couirt
25 September 1750, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by
George Scogin previous to which Elizabeth the wife of the said
George was privately examined.  Deed Book 4, Page 188.


     Indenture made 24 September 1750, between Matthias Davis and
John Davis of Brunswick County, and Thomas Hall of Prince George
County, £86, on the three Creeks, 200a, to be laid off by the
said Matthias and John Davis out of their Tract containing by
Patent 480a, by it on laying off the sid Land there should not be
200a in the bounds mentioned then that quantity to be made up out
of the Land of the other side of the said Beaver Pond branch
joining the said Beaver Pond Branch.  Signed Matt. Davis, John
Daivs (bhm).  Wit:  Ingram Blanks (bhm), Richard Blanks, Jas.
Hower (bhm).  Cout 26 September 1750, Indenture and Receipt
acknolwedged by Matthias Davis and proved to be the act and Deed
of John Davis by oaths of Ingram Blanks, Richard Blanks and James
Hower.  Deed Book 4, Page 190.


     Matthias Davis of Brunswick County am held and firmly bound
to Thoams Hall of Prince George County of £100, dated 25
September 1750.  Condition that whereas Matthias David did by
Deed dated 24 SEptember 1750, sell dispose of and convey to
Thomas Hall tract on three Creeks in Brunswick county containing
200a, and whereas Mary Davis the Mother of the said Matthias may
pretend to a Right of Dower in the land, if Matthias Davis shall
well and truly keep clear harmless exonerate and free the said
Thomas Hall from any Dower or pretended Dower, right or Title or
pretended Right or Title which the said Mary the Mother may have
or pretend to have in any part of the said 200a, or the Title or
Right of Dower which Rachel the Wife of the said Matthias Davis
may have in or to the said 200a, then obligation to be void. 
Signed Matts. Davis.  Wit:  Ingram Blanks (bhm), Richard Blanks. 
Court 26 September 1750, Bond acknowledged by Matthias Davis. 
Deed Book 4, Page 193.


     Indenture made 24 September 1750, between Micajah Perry of
St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and John Maclin of same,
£30, 143a, being a part of Land will'd to George Harper's Wife,
Elizabeth Harper by her Father John Denton.  Signed Micajah
Perry, Susanna Perry (bhm).  Wit:  John Jones, Dionysius Wright,
James Cook.  Court 26 September 1750, Indenture and Memorandum
acknowledged by Micajah Perry and Susanna his wife previous to
which the said Susanna was privately examined.  Deed Book 4, Page
194.


     I Anne Courtney of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County,
Widow, do give to my beloved Son Clack Courtney, Surgeon of same,
all right and title I have to Sundry Slaves that is Juno Patt
Billy and Nanny with all their Increase only he must lend me Juno
during my Life then she and her increase is to return to him
again, likewise I give h im two cows with their increase, dated
25 September 1750.  Signed Anne Courtney.  Wit:  Geo: Tillman,
Aug: Curtis.  Court 26 September 1750, Deed proved by the oaths
of George Tillman and Augustine Curtis.  Deed Book 4, Page 197.


     Indenture made 12 January 1748, between Athanasius Robinson
and Cordelia his Wife of St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County,
and Samuel Sentall of same, £25, 100a, Clabank Branch/Redoak Run,
being part of the Land that William Reynolds sold to Richard
Parr.  Signed Athanasius Robinson (bhm), Cordelia Robinson (bhm). 
Wit:  Hugh Williams, Francis Elmore, William Lawrence.    Court
26 September 1750, Indenture and Receipt acknowledged by
Athanasius Robinson and Cordelia his Wife previous to which the
said Cordelia was privately examined.  Deed Book 4, Page 197.


     Indenture made 23 November 1750, between John Burch and
Elizabeth his Wife of St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and
Brazure Cocke of Henrico County, £150, 420a, in the Fork of
Rockey Run, being a Patent granted to Richard Burch, Father of
the said John burch dated 28 September 1728 and by Deed of Gift
from the said RIchard Burch the land was transfered to the said
John Burch.  Signed John Burch, Eliza. Burch.  Wit:  Hugh
Williams, Richard Burch, Burgess Wall.  Court 26 December 1750,
Indenture acknowledged by John Burch.  Deed Book 4, Page 200.


     Edmunds v. B. County.  Court 26 December 1750, account was
returned by Nicholas Edmunds, Gentleman Sherif of the said County
and being examined and approved of by the Court OTBR.  Deed Book
4, Page 203.


     Matthias Davis of Brunswick County for £35-13 Shillings & 2
pence, paid by Joshua Poythress of Prince George County, on negro
woman Slave named Judy and her Child also one Negro boy named
Dick, dated 27 September 1750.  Signed Matts. Davis.  Wit:  J.
Wall, Jr., John Taylor Duke.  Court 26 December 1750, Deed proved
by the oaths of John Wall Junr.  Deed Book 4, Page 203.


     I Wm. Thompton of Brunswick County £143-15 Shillings & Seven
pnce half penny, paid by Robert Ruffin of Dinwiddie County,
slaves, Caesar? Dinah and __ney little Sam _____ _____ _______
_____ & Margarett and their future Increase, dated 10 January?
1764.  Signed William Thompton.  Wit:  Edmund Ruffin Junr., James
Thompton.  Court 27 August 1764, Bill of Sale acknowledged by
William Thornton.  Deed Book 4, Page 205.


     Indenture made 28 August 1764 between Francis Young of St.
Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and Ephraim Pettipoole of Pitts
County, North Carolina, £45, 404a, on N side of Cinth?/Couths
Branch, being formerly granted to the said Ephraim Petipool by
patant dated 16 August 1756 and by the said Ephraim Petipool
convey by Deed in openCourt to the said Francis Young.  Signed
Francis Young.  Court 28 August 1764, Indenture and Memorandum
acknowledged by francis Young.  Deed Book 4, Page 205.


     Indenture made 29 August 1764 between John Robinson of
Brunswick County and Clerk of the said County Court, and Wm.
Meritt son of John Meritt of same, decd. that Wm. Meritt by and
with the Consent of Mary Merritt his Mother and with the consent
and approbation of the Court of the said County of Brunswick do
pplace and bind himself unto the said John Robinson as an
apprentice or Clerk for the Term of 5 years.  Signed John
Robinson, William Merritt.  Court 29 August 1764, Indenture of
Apprentiship ackowledged by JohnRobinson and William Merrit. 
Deed Book 4, Page 208.


     Thomas Jackson, Jr., Thomas Jackson, Senr., John Jones,
Thomas Butler and Mark Jackson of Burnsiwck County, £2000, paid
by Thomas Twitty, Negro Slaves, Tom, Abram, Tom, Annokey, James,
Lucy, Dinah, Jenny, Lyda, ____, Jack, Luc__, Jack, Muffury,
_____, Hannah, Beck, Bristol, Jack, Dinah, Ned Phillis Ne__
Harry, furniture, dated 23 April 1764.  Signed Thomas Jackson
Senr., Thomas Jackson Junr., John Jones, Thomas Butler, Mark
Jackson.  Wit:  Richard Lanier, William Brown, John Tilman. 
Court 29 August 1764 Bill of Sale was proved by the oath of
William brown, and on the day following proved by the oath of
John Tilman.  Deed Book 4, Page 209.


     Indenture 24 September 1764, between Richard Woodrough of
Brunswick County and Susannah his wife and James Hobbs of same,
£24, 100a, on S side of Meherrin River.  Signed Richard
Woodrough, Susannah Woodrough.  Court 24 September 1764,
Indenture acknowledged by Richard Woodrough and Susannah his Wife
she haveing been first privily examined.  Deed Book 4, Page 210.


     Thomas Singleton of Brusnwick County, to Allan Love of same,
one Negr£ man Slave named Darby, also one negr£ woman named
Sew, and furniture, dated 23 August 1764.  Signed Thomas
Singleton.  Wit:  Thomss Twitty, John C. Robinson, Mordechai
Hagood.  Court 24 September 1764, Bill of Sale proved by the
oaths of Thoams Twitty and Jno. C. Robinson.  Deed Book 4, Page
211.


     Indenture made 5 May 1764, between Thomas Grayham of
Brunswick County, Meherrin Parish, and Jacob Woolsey of same,
£10, 67a, Beginning at William Ja_sins Corner White Oak thence to
Josiah Randles Corner thence to the Millstone Branch thence by
the said Branch to the old fort Road thence to William Randles
Corner and thence to the Beginning.  _______ Deed Book 4, Page
212.


     Indenture made 24 September 1764 between Robert Gee of
Brunswick County and Elizabeth his wife and Abner Vaughan of
Dinwiddie County, £15, adjoining the lands whereon the said
Robert now resides on lower side of the main Road leading to
Brunswick Court.  Signed Robert Gee.  Court 24 September 1764,
Indenture acknowledged by Robert Gee.  Deed Book 4, Page 213.


     Indenture made 16 April 1764, between Kirby Moody of
Brunswick County and Rebecca Stewart of same, ________.  Signed
Kirby Moody.  Wit:  William Elliott, Thomas Smith, Rebecca Smith. 
Court 24 September 1764, Indenture and memorandum proved by the
oaths of Wm. Elliott, Patty Smith and Thomas Smith.  Deed Book 4,
Page 215.


     Indenture made 24 September 1764, between John Duke of
Brunswick County and Edward Parish of same, £10, 100a, , Sandy
Creek, which land was granted to the said John Duke by Letters
Pattant dated 30 August 1764.  Signed John Duke.  Wit:  Francis
Young, Joseph Bennitt, Holles Timms.  Court 24 September 1764,
Indenture, Memorandum and Receipt acknowledged by John Duke. 
Deed Book 4, Page 216.


                        End of Deeds in Deed Book 4

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