DEEDS

 

Burfoot Wright division of land Dec. 7, 1825: Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

Camden County, N.C. Deed Book "S" page 263

In obedience to the annexed order of the court. We the commisioners therein named having wit on the lands set forth in said order on the 7th day of December eighteen hundred and twenty five and presented to divide and appropriate said lands among the heirs in the following manner to wit.

Lot No.1 To Jacah Wright, beginning on the main road at Seth Wright’s heirs line, thence down the warf road to a lambardy poplar the line of the heirs of Thos. Wright dec’d. thence N 46 degrees W to Raymonds creek thence up the creek various courses to Enoch Sawyers line thence binding said Sawyers land to the main road, then down the said road to the first station containing by estimation eighty five acres as also one other tract called the Neck tract. Beginning at a beach in Enoch Sawyer line thence binding said Sawyers line to a corner white oak thence binding the same to a holly in John Cartwrights line thence binding said Cartwrights line to a dogwood James Cartwrights line thence S 66 degrees E to a corner black gum thence by a ? various courses to the beginning containing by estimation twenty nine acres.

Lot No. 2 To Edmund S. Barco in right of his wife Jane Barco. Beginning in the main wharf road at Seth Wrights heirs line thence binging the same to the beaver dam swamp thence down that swamp the stream thereof to the river thence up the riverto the mouth of Raymonds creek to the lot belonging to the heirs of Robert Harrison dec’d thence to Levi Wrights line and to the main road thence along said road to the beginning containing by estimation one hundred acres.

Given under our hands and seals the day and year first written.

Jon H. Roberts

John H. Wright

C.C. Bryant

H. Williams

Enoch Dailey

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John P. Wright deed 1828: Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

Camden County, N.C. Deed Book "T" page 228 and 229

This the twelve day of May Eighteen hundred and twenty eight by and between Isaac Burgess and Polly Burgess his wife and Caleb Bell and his wife Phebe Bell and of the one part and John P. Wright of the other part all of the county of Camden and state of North Carolina. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of forty eight dollars to us in hand paid the receipts whereof is hereby acknowledged and we therewith fully satisfied contended and paid. We have bargained and sold and conveyed and do absolutely by these presents bargain sell convey and confirm unto John P. Wright his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract of land lying in the county aforesaid it being the undivided part of the lands that was formerly of Peter Wright dec’d which desended to us from said Peter Wright after his death and is contained within a tract which is undivided among all the heirs at law of said Peter Wright and which tract is bound as follows. Beginning at a black gum in the head of a branch thence by a line of marked trees northwardly to said Peter Wright old farm thence to a swamp thence down the said swamp the various courses thereof to the mouth of the first mentioned branch hence along the said branch the various courses thereof the stream to the first station containing twenty one acres more or less. It being the lands that the said Peter Wright bought of William Parker by deed bearing date the fifteenth day of October seventeen hundred and ninety eight, to which tract of twenty five acres we are entitiled to one half. To have and to hold the above land and premises with all the privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise pertaining thereunto free and clear from us our heirs executors admins and assigns to his own proper use benefit and hehoof to him his heirs executors admins and assigns to and with the said John P. Wright his heirs executors admins and assigns to warrant secure and forever depend the above land and premises free and clear from us and each of us and from the lawful claim or claims of any other person or persons whatever. In the witnesses we have each of us hereunto set our hands and seals theday and year above written in presents of.

B. D. Harrison Phebe Bell Isaac Burgess

Polly Burgess

Caleb Bell

This deed from Isaac Burgess & wife Polly Burgess & Caleb Bell & wife Phebe to John P. Wright was acknowledged in open court and Polly Burgess & Phebe Bell being married woman were examined in open court by Benj. D. Harrison esquire privately and apart from their husbands touching their consent to said deed. Which they acknowledged to be signed freely and voluntarily and without and constrain from their husbands.

Registered July 5th 1828

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Thomas G. Wright deed 1826: Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

Camden County, N.C. Deed Book "S" page 275

This indenture made the 19th day of April in the year of AD eighteen hundred and twenty six by and between Thomas G. Wright & wife Elizabeth Wright formerly Elizabeth Gallop of the county of Camden & state of North Carolina of the one part and Joseph Seymore of the county and state aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that they the said Thomas G. Wright and wife Elizabeth Wright for and in consideration of the sum of fifty dollars good and lawful money to them in hand paid by the said Joseph Seymore. The receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged that this hath given granted bargained & sold and both fully and freely and absolutely sell alien convey & confirm unto him the said Joseph Seymore his heirs executors administrators and assigns a certain piece or tenement of land situated in the county of Camden laying between Raymonds creek and Pasquotank creek. Being a tract of land that Luke Gallop left to his heirs and joining the lands of Jane Tillett, John P. Wright and also the lands of the said Joseph Seymore containing by estimation six acres. To have and to hold the above named land and tenament with every appenature thereunto belonging in anywise to his purpose and benefit and behoof forever who shall from time to time and at all times hereafter have hold remain occupy posses and enjoy the same free and clear of all manner of incumbrances whatsoever from us our heirs executors administrators and assigns for us and we the said Thomas G. Wright and wife Elizabeth Wright both further consent to and with the said Joseph Seymore to warrant secure and we defend the afforesaid land and tenament from the lawful claim of all persons laying claim thereto the same in any manner or way whatever.

In witnesseth whereof we have here unto set our hands and affirm our seals the day and date above written.

Thomas G. Wright

Elizabeth Wright

May term 1826

The deed of bargain & sale from Thomas G. Wright & wife Elizabeth to Joseph Seymore was exhibited & the execution thereof acknowledged by the said Thomas G. & wife Elizabeth & on motion orderedthat Richard Berry Esquire a member of the court be appointed to take the presents examination of the said Elizabeth Wright as to her voluntary assent thereto who reported that she executed the same of her own free will & accord without and compusion of her said husband. Ordered registered

Registered June 21st 1826 M.G. Lurry clerk

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Thomas Wright division of land 1826

Camden County N.C. Deed Book "S" page 326

We the undersigned commissioners being duly gradified have in obedience to the annexed order of the county court of Camden and state of North Carolina this the 3rd day of August AD one thousand eight hundred and twenty six to set apart and divide the lands of Thomas Wright dec’d son of Austin Wright dec’d among his legal heirs in the following manner.

Lot No. 1 to Edmund Barco in right of his wife beginning at a delombardy poplar thence S 50 W one chain, thence N 41 ˝ West 2 chains 30 links then N 50 E 1 chain thence S 41 ˝ E 2 chains 30 links to the first station containing 37 poles.

Lot No. 2 to Stephen S. Snowden beginning at the corner of the first lot then S 50 W 30 links then N 41 ˝ W 3 chains 20 links then N 43 W 1 chain 40 links then S 41 ˝ E 1 chain 45 links then S 50 W 1 chain containing 37 poles.

Lot No. 3 to Elizabeth Wright infant of William Wright dec’d beginning at the corner of the 2nd lot N 41 ˝ W 320 links then S 30 W 80 links then S 43 E 285 links then N 50 E 60 links to the first station containing 37 poles.

We further order that Lot No. 1 pay over to Lot No. 2 & 3 sixty eight dollars to be equally divided between Staphen S. Snowden & Elizabeth Wright.

Given under hands & seals day & date above written.

Padrick Gallop

Elijah S. Staples

W. Mercer

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BENJAMIN WRIGHT Division 1839 : Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

Camden County, N.C. Deed book "V", page 322

Indenture to ? ? 9th Court of Pleas & Quarter session we the undersign commissioners being duly summoned was sworn by the ? ? person, have proceeded this 19th day of March 1839 to divide the lands of Benjamin Wright dec’d among his lawful heirs in manner following.

Lot 1- To Luke Stephens and wife Mary, bounded as follows beginning at a gax post at the angle of the road thence N35 E21 chs 40L thence N75 W23 chs 30L along a big ditch thence S4 W19 chs 40L rt on road thence binding the road to the first station containing 35 1/2 acres of cleared land also another piece of wood land lying in the neck beginning at a ? x maple thence S 50 E 16 chs 20L to Robert ? heirs line thence along said line to Pete Sigmours and others line thence along their line S80 E24 chains thence NE to the first station containing 10 ˝ acres, being in full for their part of the lands of said dec’d.

Lot 2- To Burfoot Wright, bounded as follows, beginning at a gax post at lot 1, thence N35 E21 chs 40L thence binding Devotion Perkins heirs line to Ransom Porters line thence binding said Porters line to the road thence along the road to first station containing 28 ˝ acres also another piece beginning at a gax post near Gamaliel W. Wrights house thence S34 W31 chs 20L from post thence S61 E31 1/2 chs to a cherry tree at the road thence N31 E70 chs 20L thence N61 W13 chs 60L to first station containing 11 acres also a piece of wood land on the road binding ? ? ?- No.1 thence S80 E 16 chs 20L to Robert ? heirs line thence binding said Brochetts heirs line to a beach thence N66 W5 chs 20L to ? ? thence S10 W12 chs 40L to first station containing 10 ˝ acres, being in full for his part of the lands of said dec’d.

Lot 3- To Gamaliel Wright, bounded as follows, beginning at a cherry tree at the edge of the road at lot 2 thence ? to Gamaliel W. Wrights line, thence along said line to Lemuel B. Brochetts & Wm. S. Berry heirs line thence binding said line to a corner beach thence binding Ransom Porters line to Isaac Garretts heirs line thence binding said line to the road thence along the road to the first station cherry tree containing 54 acres, being in full for his part of the lands of said dec’d.

Given under our hands and seals:

Wm. Bartlette, seal

Peter Sigmour, seal

Abrm. Feeber, seal

T.B. Berry, seal

Bailey Barcas, seal

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CORNELIUS WRIGHT Division 1845 : Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

Camden County, N.C. Deeb book "Y", page 311

State of N. Carolina, Camden County

Agreeable to an order of the worshipful court of the county aforesaid, to we the undersigned directed at June term 1845. We the undersigned commissioners after having been duly sworn have proceeded to divide the lands of Cornelius Wright dec’d between his heirs as follows.

No. 6 we lot of- to Augustus Moor, C.R.Berry’s executor, commencing at Samuel A. Gordons line thence S26 ˝ E3 chs & 80 links, S85W51 ch & 60 links thence N32W5 ch & 10 links thence No67E11 ch & 25 links thence S30E5 ch, thence N83E7 ˝ ch thence N 87 ˝ E32 ch & 53 links to the first station containing 20 acres.

No. 5- To Jabez Wright, thence S26 1/2E1 ˝ ch, thence S87E7 ˝ ch, thence S55E1 ˝ ch thence S85W59 ch thence N32W3 ch & 60 links thence N85E57 ch & 60 links to the first station containing seventeen acres.

No. 4- To Levi Wright, S55E1 ch 60 links thence S6W1 ch 70 links thence S85W58 ch & 30 links thence N32W3 ch 30 links thence N85E59 ch to the first station containing seventeen acres.

Lot No. 3- To Edmund Mitchell in right of his wife, thence S6W3 ch 20 links thence S85W55 ch & 80 links, N32W3 ch 70 links thence N85E58 ch & 38 links to the first station containing seventeen acres.

Lot No. 2- To Jakey Wright, S6W4 ch thence S85W54 ch thence N16W6 ch thence N85E55 ch 80 links to the first station containing twenty one acres.

Lot No. 1- To Wm. Jones & wife, thence S6W4 ch & 20 links thence S85W52 ˝ ch thence N16W4 ch 20 links thence N85W54 ch to the first station containing twenty two acres.

And that Lot No. 2 Jakey Wright pay over to Lot 5 Jabez three dollars.

Lot No. 3 & 4 pay over to Lot 5 Jabez Wright six dollars each.

Given under our hands and seals June 2nd, 1848 Test J. W. Burfoot

J.G. Hughes, seal

J.W. Burfoot, seal

Jacob (his mark) Cox, seal

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DEVOTION WRIGHT Deed 1837: Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

Camden County, N.C. Deed book "V" page 130

Know all men by the presents that I Devotion Wright of the county of Camden, state of North Carolina for and in consideration of the sum of four hundred and twenty five dollars to me in hand well and truly paid by Ambrose Walston of said county. The receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge and are there with full satisfaction and contented have granted, bargained, sold and convey unto the said Walston his heirs and assigns a certain lot or track of land being situated and being in said county and bounded as follows. Beginning at the mile road at the south corner of Isaac Wrights land thence running on eastwardly down said Wrights line to the creek thence south course to the corner of Ambrose Walstons line, thence westward along said Walstons land to the mile road thence northward to the first mentioned station. Containing by estimation 40 acres more or less. It being part of a track of land which fell to the said Devotion by the death of his father Miles Wright. To have and to hold the said granted and bargained premises with the assurenances unto the said Walston his heirs and assigns forever. And I the said Devotion for myself executors, admin, heirs and assigns do convenant and agree with the said Walston his executors, administrators, heirs and assigns that I am ? simple of the premises with the ascertains and have right and lawful authority to sell and convey the same in manner aforesaid and furthermore I the said Devotion for myself my executors, admin, heirs and assigns as covenant and agree with the said Walston his executors, admin, heirs and assigns to warrant and defend the premises with the ascertains against the lawful claims and demands of all persons whatsoever unto the said Walston his heirs and assigns forever. As witness our hands and seals this the twenty fifth day of Feb. 1837. Devotion Wright, seal

Test W.C. Walston, Chas. Taylor

Camden county court August term 1837

This deed of bargain and sale from Devotion Wright and Ambrose Walston was exhibited and the execution thereof was proven in open court by the oath of Charles Taylor a subscribing witness thereto and ordered to be registered.

Test C.G. Lamb, clerk

Registered Sept 18th 1837

J.G. Hughes, PR

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GAMALIEL & BURFOOT WRIGHT DEED 1843: Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

Camden County, N.C. Deed book "X", page 425

This indenture bearing dated October anno domini eighteen hundred forty three, between Gamaliel Wright of full age and Burfoot Wright by his guardian Jaketh Wright of the one part and Luke Stephens of the second part both of the county of Camden and state of North Carolina. Whereas the said Gamaliel Wright and Jaketh Wright guardian, in pursuant to an order of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions passed at June term 1843in the following words.

To the court Gamaliel Wright and others petition to sell lands.

Camden Court of Pleas & Quarters Sessions, June term 1843

Ordered that the lands named in the petition be sold on accredit of 3, 6, 12 & 18 mos.

With interest from date and notes to be taken with approved security.

By order of which decree, we Gamaliel Wright and Jaketh Wright guardian as aforesaid after given legal notice did expose to the public sale the premises upon a credit of 3, 6, 12 & 18 mos. And Luke Stephens did appear at the sale and bid the sum of nine hundred dollars for the tract and was the last and highest bidder. Make this indenture witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of nine hundred dollars to us secured to be paid the receipt where of we do hereby acknowledge have bargained, sold a leined into offered and cosigned and by these presence do bargain, sell a lein into offered and convey unto the said Luke Stephens his heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land lying in Camden County, butted and bounded as follows, by lands of the petitioner Gamaliel Wright, Caleb Barcoe & others and as land that Gamaliel W. Wright ? in his lifetime and devised to Gamaliel, Burfoot Wright orphans of Benjamin Wright dec’d. Containing by estimation seventy five acres more or less to have and to hold the above deserted land and premises with all the improvements. There pieces and profiters to the same belonging as in anguish offer leaning unto him the said Luke Stephens his heirs, execors, admins and assigns forever. And we the said Gamaliel Wright and Jaketh Wright guardian aforesaid for ourselves, our heirs, executors and admins do covenant and agree to and with the said Luke Stephens his heirs, execs, admins to warrant and defend the title to the said land and premises as far as we are bound to do in obedience to the petition and no further. In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals, the day and year first written.

Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of: Jaqueth (her x) Wright, seal

G. Wright, mark, seal

Camden County Court, March term 1844

This deed of bargain and sale from Gamaliel Wright and Jaketh Wright to Luke Stephens was exhibited in open court and acknowledged in due form of law and on motion ordered registered. Test A.H. Grandy, clerk

Registered May 16th, 1844 J.G. Hughes, PR

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JOHN WRIGHT Division 1839: Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

Camden County, N.C. Deed book "X", pages 15 and 16

Camden County Court Nov. Term 1839

To the worshipful the Justices of the court aforesaid the petition of Nathanial Wright, Ebergean Davis and wife Phebe of full age, Peter Wright, Jno Wright, Thos Wright and Margaret Wright heirs at law of John Wright. Respectfully show that they are tenants in comman of a tract of land in said county bounded by lands of Phebe Torskey, Isaac Tillets heirs and lands of Peter Saymour containing about one hundred acres and they pray your worships to appoint commissioners to make division among them and your petitioners.

C.R. Kenny, sol

Camden County Court Nov. Term 1839

Ordered that the prayer of the petition be granted and that John Burgess, Abner Forbes, Peter Saymour, Charles Taylor and John J. Forbes be appointed commissioners to divid the lands named in the petition and make report thereof to the court.

29th Nov. 1839 A true copy, C.G. Lamb, clerk

State of North Carolina, Camden County

We the commissioners in obedience to an order of court to us have this day March 6th, 1840 proceeded to set apart and divide the lands of John Wright dec’d amongst his lawful heirs in manner following.

Lot 1- Beginning at the gate at the main road running south 7 W 11 ˝ chs to a stake thence S25 W to a head of a sleuth thence running down the middle of said sleuth to a branch thence running up an eastwardly course to the fork of a branch thence up the N.E. spring of said branch to a blown up gum thence to main road and along it to the first station containing 20 acres more or less, valued at two hundred and twenty five dollars, to Peter Wright.

Lot 2- Commencing at a stake at the stable and running No67W to a pine at the swamp binding Nathan Bells line to the main road thence accross the main road along a line of marked trees to an oak and beach at a pine stump thence S50E3 chs and 80 links to a pine thence S41E3 chs 56 links to a gum S67E1 ch 67 links to a maple N66E2 chs to a gum No69E2chs and 90 links to an oak thence S18E6 chs to an oak thence S15E to the road down the road to the gate thence S7W11 ˝ chs along Lot no. 1 to the first station, containing sixteen acres more or less, valued at one hundred and fifty dollars, to John Wright.

Lot 3- Beginning at the corner of Lot no. 1 & 2 running S25W to mouth of a sleuth thence down said sleuth to a branch thence down center of the westwardly branch to the swamp thence up the said swamp to Lot no 2 at a pine thence S67E along a line of No. 2 to first station containing 25 acres more or less, valued at one hundred and twenty five dollars, to Tho. Wright.

Lot 4- Commencing at a gum and beach of Lot no. 3 running down the branch of Lot no. 3 to the fork of said branch thence down the southerly branch to a cypress at the river thence westwardly along the river to the center of the swamp thence up said swamp to line of J. Tillets heirs to the first station containing 32 acres more or less and valued at one hundred and twenty five dollars, to Ebergean Davis in right of his wife Phebe.

Lot 5- Beginning at a cypress at the river in line of Lot no. 4, thence eastwardly along the center of the swamp to a ditch thence northerly along said ditch binding the line pf Phebe Torskey 14 chs and 37 links to a crab apple tree thence S72W to the mouth of a branch to a maple thence binding said branch to the first station cypress at the river containing 30 acres more or less and valued at one hundred and fifty dollar, to Nathanial Wright.

Lot 6- Beginning at the crab apple tree of Lot no. 5 down said branch to the fork of the branch of Lot no. 1 thence up the NE branch of Lot no. 1 to a blown up gum thence along Phebe Torskeys line to the first station apple tree containing twenty eight and one half acres more or less valued at one hundred and twenty five dollars, to Margaret Wright.

And we further say that Lot no.1 pay to Lot no. 3, 4 & 6 twenty fives dollars each.

Given under our hands and seals day and date first above written. Signed in the presents of Tho. N. Berry, sheriff

J.T Burgess, seal

Abner Forbes, seal

Chas. Taylor, seal

Camden County Court May term 1840

This division of the lands of John Wright dec’d was returned to court and ordered registered and confirmed.

Test C.G. Lamb, clerk

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LEVI WRIGHT Divison 1833: Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

Camden County, N.C. Deed book "U" pages 514 & 515

Camden County, In obedience to the annext order of Court we the commissioners therein named have met on the lands named in said order on the 26th of January 1833 and have proceeded to divide and appropreate said land among the heirs in the following manner.

Lot 1- Containing 59 acres commencing at a marked pine in Polly Godfreys line thence south ward accross to the beaver dam swamp. All between said line and Isaac Harrisons line and containing the land over the road that said Wright bought of Michael Gray to Leah Wright.

Lot 2 – Containing 49 ˝ acres beginning at a stake in Polly Godfreys line thence south ward accross to the beaver dam swamp. All the lands between said line and the line of Leah Wright to Jane Wright.

Lot 3- Containing 46 acres it being all the lands between said Jane Wrights line, Polly Godfreys line and Seth Wright’s heirs line and the beaver dam swamp to Benjamin H. Gregory in right of his wife Susan

And each of the claiments to have all the swamp against their respective shares of their land.

Given under our hands the day above written.

Silas Forbes, seal

Jacob Forbes, seal

H. Williams, seal

J.G. Burgess, seal

Nov. Term 1835 Ordered by the court that the written report be conformed as to Susan Wright’s part in the lands of Levi Wright dec’d

C.G. Lamb, clerk

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MATHIAS WRIGHT Bill Of Sale 1836: Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

Camden County, N.C. Deed book "U" page 514

Know all men by these presents that I Benjamin Wright, Thos Standly and his wife Priscilla Standly, Isaac Garrett and his wife Frances Garrett, Gamiel Wright, Ransom Porter and his wife Chloe Porter and Sarah Wright all children of Mathias Wright and grandchildren of Benjamin Wilson dec’d who did in his lifetiem by his last will and testament bequeath unto his said grandchildren one negro woman named Bridgett and increase to them and we the heirs as above have received from Mathias Wright our father the full consideration of the said negro woman Bridgett and her increase and furthermore we relinguish all of our right to the said negro woman Bridgett unto him the said Mathias Wright to him and his heirs and assigns forever in testimony of the same we have here unto set our hands and seals this 30th of March 1835.

Attest Baby Baresco for

Benjamin Wright, seal

Gamaleal Wright, seal

Ransom Porter, seal

Sarah Wright, seal

Margaret Wright, seal

Camden County court Feb. term 1836

This bill of sale from Benjamin Wright and others to Mathias Wright was exhibited in open court and the signature of Baby Baresco the subscibing witness thereto was proven by the oath of Silus Forbes and Ambrose Walston in due form of law and on motion ordered to be registered.

Test C.G. Lamb, clerk

Registered April 27th, 1836

J.G. Hughes P.R

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SARAH GARRETT Heirs 1827: Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

Camden County, N.C.

Received November 12th, 1827 from Geo. Fereber clerk & master, seventeen dollars and forty seven and a half cents, being Noah Wright, Nancy Wright and Rebecca Wright share of the money arising from the sale of lands belonging to the heirs at law of Sarah Garrett dec'd, sold by an order of the Court of Equity to make a division.

John H. Wright. jurat

Noah Wright $9.71 1/2

Nancy Wright $3.88

Rebecca Wright $3.88

$17.47 1/2

Received December 3rd, 1827 from George Fereber clerk & master, twenty one dollars and thirty five and a half cents, being Miles Wright, Matilda Bushall wife of Samuel Boushall, John P. Wright and Sally Wright share of money arising from the sale of the lands belonging to the heirs at law of Sarah Garrett dec’d, sold by an order of the Court of Equity to make a division amongst the heirs.

L. D. Lamb

Miles Wright 9.71 1/2

Matilda Boushall 3.88

John P. Wright 3.88

Sally Wright 3.88

$21.35 1/2

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Thomas Wright DEED 1847: Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

The father is John P. Wright dec’d, division of his land is recorded in Camden County, North Carolina Deed book "X", pages 15 and 16. Names are: Nathanial Wright, John Wright, Peter Wright, Margaret Wright, Phebe Wright and Thomas Wright

Camden County, North Carolina Deed book "Y", pages 175 & 176

Thomas WRIGHT

Deed of sale:

State of Tennessee, Fayette county, Jan. 30, 47

For and in consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars to me in hand paid receipt of which is hereby acknowledged. I have this day bargained and sold and do by these presents, bargain, sale, convey and confirm unto Timothy C. Smith of the county of Camden and state of North Carolina all my right title and interest in and to the following property to wit, one tract or parcel of land lying and being in said county of Camden and state of North Carolina the same being part and parallel of a certain tract of land in the southern part of said county or thereabout and lately divided among the heirs of John Wright dec’d in said county. Said heirs being Nathanial Wright, John Wright, Peter, Margaret and Phebe Wright and myself. And being the part allotted to me as one of the heirs aforesaid, as a aforesaid, and containing 25 acres more or less to have and hold to the said T. C. Smith his heirs in free simple forever, and the title to the same to the said Smith his heirs. I will warrant and defend against the lawful claim of any and all persons whatsoever. Also all my right, title and interest in any and all moneys. Moneys, lands of bond for money, sale of notes and all other the like funds to me due and owing from my late guardian in said county of Camden is his executors as any the legal representatives of my said guardian Corton Sawyer. With full authority the same to demand and receive and receipt for the same of and to any the executors or other the legal representatives is representatives of my guardian aforesaid to whose hand has or may come any money is bonds to me due and giving as aforesaid. To have and hold said money to proceed to the only proper use and behoof of him the said Smith, his heirs assign.

In testimony of all which, as well of the conveyance of the lands of the funds aforesaid witness my hand and seal this thirtieth day of January AD 1847.

Thomas Wright (seal)

Withrop W. Henderson

Morgan Cartwright

State of Tennessee, Fayette county, February 8th, 1847

Personally appeared before me William C. Dunlop acting judge of the circuit court in and for the 11th, judicial circuit in the state of Tennessee; Thomas Wright whose name and seal are refferenced to the foregoing deed and with and according to due form of law acknowledge the same to be his act and deed, signed and sealed for the purpose therein exhibited.

Given under my hand this eighth day of February AD 1847.

W.C. Dunlop, judge

Aaron V. Brown, governor of the state of Tennessee

To all who shall see these presents greeting: It is hereby certified that William C. Dunlop judge whose name appears to the above certification is and was at the time of signing the same one of the judges of the circuit court of law in and for said state (the same being high courts of record) duly appointed commissioned and sworn and that full faith and circuit should be given to his official attestation as such.

In testimony whereof I have herein to set my hand and caused the great seal of the state to be affixed at the city of Nashville on the 15th day of Feby 1847 and of American Independence the 71st year.

By the Governor Aaron V. Brown

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WILLIAM WRIGHT DEED 1829: Submitted by: Harry Schoettle

Camden county, N.C. Deed book "U", page 133

7th May 1829

This Indenture made this seventh day of May one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine between William Wright of the county of Camden & state of North Carolina on the part and Arthur Gregory of the county and state aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth that I the said William Wright for and consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars to me in hand paid before the sealing and delivering thereof have given, granted, bargained and sold a certain piece or parcel of land lying and being in the county and state aforesaid beginning as follows at a chinquopin post on the main road Caleb Barnards corner thence westwardly to Levi Wright’s dec’d line thence binding Thomas Willliams land & Enoch Sawyer heirs line to Gideon Cartwrights line thence down said Cartwrights line to the main road thence binding the main road to the first station containing by estimation 50 acres by the same more or less the title of which I the said William Wright do warrant and forever defend from me, my heirs and assigns and from the lawful claims of all and every person whatsoever to him the said Arthur Gregory his heirs and assigns forward. Witness whereof I the said William Wright have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and date above written Camden county court February 7, 1832.

William Wright (his seal)

Signed in presence of H. Williams

The deed of bargain & sale from William Wright was exhibited and proved in open court by oath of H. Williams ordered registered. Trustee M. S. Lewis clerk

Registered 25th Feb. 1832

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JESSE EASON  : Submitted by: Darleen F. Ricci

Book P/Pg.153 15 Nov 1815 Hezekiah Brite Sr. Sold to Jesse Eason. 20 acres, $160.00 Land in upper Camden County, Joys Fork. 

Book P/Pg. 159 16 May 1816 Malachi Sawyer sold to Jesse Eason, 42 acres, $120.00. Land in upper Camden County.

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JAMES FORBES DEED 23 APRIL 1719: Submitted by:  Bob Stokley 

James Forbes and his wife, Alice (Clason) Forbes were the first Forbes to settle in what is now Camden County. He migrated there from Accomac County on Virginia's Eastern Shore in 1701. In October, 1715 he received a grant of 532 acres "on ye N. East side of the Pasquotank River, joining a Beaver Dam Swamp". On April 23, 1719, he divided his property among his four sons, James, Jr., Bailey, Thomas and Edward. It actually reads more like a will than a deed. The following deed abstract is from Gwen Bjorkman's "Pasquotank County, NC Record of Deeds, 1700-1751".

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"...in consideration of the love and good affection I bear towards my loveing sons viz James Forbes, jun, Bailey Forbes, Thomas Forbes and Edward Forbes having given...one hundred acres of land to each son, that is for the first three sons & to the youngest 132, as I shall now mention. I give to my son James 100 acres of land on which he is now situated, called by the name of Beaver Dam Neck, & to my son Bailey 100 acres of land, called Great Neck and Little Neck , & to my son Thomas 100 acres of land called Poplar Neck & to my son Edward I give the Manor Plantation with 132 Acres thereunto belonging after his father and mother decease, & also I give unto my son Bailey a young blk heifer & her furture increase when he is situated on his land; but he must bear the loss in the mean time...

30 March 1719 signed James I Forbus.

wit: Thomas Deal(?), W. Norris. ack: 21 April 1719; regt. 23 April 1719.

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ZAIL SAWYER: Submitted by: Darleen F. Ricci

Camden County; Deed Book O Page 230
8 Nov 1814
Abner Lamb to Zail Sawyer, Both of Camden County. 500 pounds current money, 69 acres. Land and plantation. bdry. Lemuel William dec'd, Thomas Lamb corner, Joseph Jones heirs, Lemuel Sawyer corner 


Camden County; Deed Book ) Page 230
8 Nov 1814
Abner Lamb to Zail Sawyer, Both of Camden County. 500 pounds current money, 69 acres. Land and plantation. bdry. Lemuel William dec'd, Thomas Lamb corner, Joseph Jones heirs, Lemuel Sawyer corner.

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AMOS TRUEBLOOD DEED: Submitted by:  Bob Stokley 

From "Pasquotank County, North Carolina Deeds 1700-1751"
compiled by Gwen Bjorkman.

16 Oct 1724, in the tenth year of the Reign of our Sovn. Lord George...Amos Trueblood of the Prect: of Pasquotank & Province of No. Carolina...for the valuable Consideration of L50...paid by Jno. Trueblood...Sold...300 Acres of Land & Plantation...on the N.E. Side of the Pasquotank River & part of a greater Tract of Land contg. 600 Acres granted by the Patent of the afsd. Amos TRUEBLOOD & John TRUEBLOOD bearing date the 1st day of January 1694 & the Moiety or half part thereof beginning at the Mouth of the log bridge branch...
[Vol. A:322] 16 Oct. 1724. Signed: Amos TRUEBLOOD. Wit: W NORRIS, Robt. LOWRY. Ack 20 Oct. 1724. Regt: 8 Jany 1724/25.

note: N.W. Side of the Pasquotank River is present day Camden County.

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JOHN AND AMOS TRUEBLOOD DEED 1718: Submitted by:  Bob Stokley 

From the book "Pasquotank County, North Carolina Deeds 1700-1751" compiled by Gwen Bjorkman

John Trueblood of the precinct of Pasquotank & province of North Carolina...for the valuable consideration of L50...paid by Amoss Trueblood of the precinct & province aforesaid...Sold...300Acres of landpart of a greater tract of 600 acres of land granted by late Board dated January 1, 1694...from the mouth of Logbridge Branch...15 July 1718. Signed: John Trueblood. Wit: W. NORRIS, Jno. FOURRE. Ack: 15 July 1718. Regt: 27 Sept. 1718

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JOHN AND AMOS TRUEBLOOD LAND GRANT 1694: 

                                                                                          Submitted by:  Bob Stokley 

The following is a land grant to John Trueblood and Amos Trueblood in 1694. (The area mentioned as best as I can determine is in present day Camden County in the Whitehall Shores area.) John and Amos were the sons of John Trueblood and Agnes (Fisher) Trueblood, the first Truebloods in America, who migrated to the "Colony of Carolina" from England in 1682. The grant is on microfilm in the NC State Archives but the original apparently has been lost.

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Land Grant To John Trueblood and Amos Trueblood 1694

                                                                                                  Submitted by:  Bob Stokley 

Know Ye that We have granted unto John Trueblood and Amos Trueblood, between them the s'd John Trueblood and Amos Trueblood to be holden severally a Tract of Land containing Six hundred acres lying on the Westward side of the Northernmost branch of Aranuse Creek in Pascotank prc. & Beginning at a Beech by the S & Branch side the corner tree of John Archdale Esq. thence up ye s'd Branch by Various courses to a White Oak, then West twenty degrees North two hundred and eighty poles to a gum, then South five degrees East three hundred forty six poles to a Maple, then East twenty degrees South three hundred and twenty poles to the first Station, To Hold Ye Giver from the first day of Janry 1694. Witness Ye Philip Ludwell, Tho. Harvey, Paul Akehurst, Francis Tomes, Thos. Pollock--

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Sawyer Deeds

 Camden County, N.C.
abstracted and submitted by: D. G. Owens

BOOK A

page
   13. John Sanderlin of Pasquotank...110 pds. to Joshua Sawyer... tract of
land situated on N.E. side of Pasq. River bounded as follows...Brockett's
corner tree at head of swamp,..Wright's line, Faircliff (Faircloth?) line..
50 a. of land that Thomas Faircliff gave to Edward Faircliff..afterward
belonging to William Bray then conveyed to John Sanderlin. Nov.6, 1775.
Witts. Adam Forbes and Thomas Rhoades.

  15. Joshua Sawyer Of Pasquotank for 40 pds. to Joseph O'Daniel.....50 a.
tract N.E. side of Pasq.River....Mouth of a branch that forks out of a
Beaver Dam and up branch to Abel Gallop's line to Charles Britians corner to
1st station. Oct. 15, 1775..Camden Court 1777

  16. Joshua Sawyer of Pasq. for 100 pds to Thomas Upton of Pasq....tract of
land on the N.E. side of Pasq. River...granted by Bailey Needham to
Cornelious Jones....butted and bounded as was divided to Thomas Needham by
his brother....all that part except 5 a. that was conveyed to Phillip
Torksey. The remaining land contained by and in begining at the river
binding said Torksey's line to Abel Gallop's line to a corner pine of Joseph
  ? to 1st station. 70 a. Oct 18, 1775

  23. Sept. 15, 1777....Robin (Robert) Gray of Camden to Silvanus (Sylvanus)
Sawyer for 100 pds. a tract of land begining at a gum in Luke Lamb"s Mill
pond thence W. Nw. course to Joseph Sawyer's line thence along line to the
branch thence to Creek Swamp, then binding the Mill pond to the 1st station.
witts. James Sanderlin & Cornelious Sawyer.

  24. Sept 11, 1777...Robert Gray to Corneilous Sawyer for 100 pds.....land
begining at the branch along Creek Swamp to a branch joining Sill's
(Sylvanus) line & Lisha (Elisha) Sawyer's branch. witts. James Sanderlin &
Silvanus Sawyer

  33. Sept 10, 1777..Robert Gray & Mary Gray for 50 pds. to Joel
Sawyer...tract of land, N.E. side of Pasq. River joining Tull Sawyer's line,
Joseph Jones line to River Swamp. It being the same tract that Nathaniel
Gray Pattened. 50 a. . witts. Jeremiah Leake, Maxey Leake and Thomas Gray.

  65. Oct 18, 1777 James Sanderlin, wheelwright of the county of Camden &
Joshua Sawyer, planter of said county for 100 pds..100 a. pattened by Thomas
Taylor and bounded by David Spence's corner at the river side thence along
line to Joseph O'Daniel's line to 1st station. witt. Henry Forbes, Joshua
Burnham & Rebecca Curlin.

  67. Joshua Sawyer, planter to James Sanderlin, wheelwright , for 110
pds....tract of land bounded as follows...begining at a pine formerly
Brockett's corner near the head of the swamp...thence to Wright's line..to
Faircliff's line down to the swamp..to the Run. Being the 50 a. Thomas
Faircliff gave in a deed to Edward Faircliff, afterward belonging to William
Bray, then John Sanderlin to said Joshua Sawyer togeather with all houses,
cleared land and woodland. Oct. 18, 1777

68. Dempsey Sawyer of Pasq. to Joseph Jones of Pasq., May 6, 1773 , for
90 pds.....land that was once granted to James Mc Daniel & by his assigned
to Thomas Sawyer & by Thomas Sawyer & Robert Spence conveyed to Caleb Sawyer
who died and fell to his son John Sawyer & by John Sawyer conveyed by deed
of gift to said Dempsey Sawyer and now sold..to Joseph Jones 100 a.
Beginning at a tree formerly Koen and now Ammon Grandy's corner binding east
to a line formerly Richards, thence southerly to a line formerly Edward
Williams. witts. William Burgess, James Ferebee

  79. Mar.7, 1778, Truman Sawyer planter to Levi Sawyer for 400pds. 50 a.
binding Ross's line to Solley's thence to swamp. witt. James Sanderlin &
Costen Sawyer

  80. James Sanderlin, mariner, to Truman Sawyer, planter, for 400 pds. 60
a. N.E. side of Pasq. River . Beginning at a corner known by the name of
John Scott's corner to a beech on the Lakeside binding on a oak at Richards
corner to the 1st station...home,garden,orchard...ect...witt. Caleb Sawyer &
Costen Sawyer

  82. March 7, 1778 Lewis Sawyer,planter to James Sanderlin, marriner for
400pds...tract of land 50 a. N.E. side ofPasq. River on the head of Arenuse
Creek. ..It being part of a tract of land formerly belonging to John Winn &
conveyed from Howard to Albertson & from Alberson to Williams & from
Williams to Sawyer & from C. Sawyer to Lewis Sawyer..and bounded as follows.
Begining at a gum in the Milldam Swamp thence to a line of trees that divide
C. Sawyer & his son Lewis to a branch on William Humphries line thence to
John Jones line to 1st station. signed Lewis Sawyer & Sophyer (Sophia)
Sawyer, wife.

  88. October 31, 1776 Joseph Relfe of Pasq. to Lemuel Sawyer for 280 pds
150 a. tract on N.E. side of Pasq. River. Begining at John Relefe's landing
on Sawyer's Creek thence running a small distance down the creek to Joseph
Jones line thence binding Jones line a northerly course so as the lane runs
to William McCoys corner at Horn Ridge thence easterly to James Ferebee's
line thence westerly along said Ferebee's Plantation then westward along
causeway or road to the foot of a lane then binding the swamp& creek to the
landing.

  90. Joshua Sawyer & Mary Sawyer, his wife , for 400 pds. to Isaac
Gregory...on the fork of Arnuse Creek 150 a. on the main road bounded by Job
Sawyer, Dempsey Sawyer's line near an old field called the "New Ground"
thence along branch to the main road at a bridge thence down the main swamp
to the mouth of a branch laying where Willie Wilson's old bridge is, thence
running up the eastside of the branch to the main road. Witt. Christopher
Snail & Malachi Grandy

  91. Malachi Grandy & Dorothy, his wife, of Camden to Joshua Sawyer, a
tract of land granted by pattent to Joseph Gilford. Begining at a branch
before Jacob Gilford's door, thence up said branch to pattent line to a lane
that was made for William Andrews thence to the pocoson to the branch. 80 a.
Feb. 9, 1778. witt. Isaac Grandy & Christopher Snail

107. Joshua Sawyer to Job Sawyer for 60 pds a part of the plantation that
fell to said Joshua Sawyer by the death of his father...begining on the road
side of Lenard Williams corner to Dempsey Sawyer line to 1st station 15 a.
Joshua Sawyer & wife Mary. Oct. 1, 1777 witt. Theophilius Gregory & Joshua
Godfrey.
121. Aug. 19, 1778 Charles Grandy to Tully Sawyer 150 pds. ..land that I
bought of Samuel Ferill that was formerly the property of Isaac Albertson
decs. & the land that was formerly Elias Albertson decs. bounded on the
eastmost by Col. Isaac Gregory & on the north by the Mill pond branch and
swamp...

123. Coston Sawyer & Rhoda, his wife, to Thomas Nickols for 25 pds...land
bounded by swamp near Sawyer's house to Col. Dauge's road near William
Humphries line. 14 a. formerly belonging to John Jones and conveyed to
Coston Sawyer Sept.14, 1778..

Sawyer Deeds  Deed Book  B

page
  6. Jan. 20, 1779 John Sawyer to James Johnson...John Sawyer here unto
moving....for 500 pds. 10 a. of land & swamp...north side of Sawyers Creek.
witt. Samuel Ferill & Thomas Perkins

39. Jan. 9, 1779 ... Dempsey Sawyer Admins. of the estate of Theophilious
Gregory.....to Richard Gregory..part of a tract of land that Theo...bought
of Davis Grandy & in will that the land be sold. .....for 150 pds the land
near the head of Sawyers Creek Sw binding James Sawyer, Malachi Grandy,
Philip Gregory...50 a. witt. Joseph Morrisette & Isaac Seborn

44. Barbara Powell to Stephen Sawyer..1,000 pds 50 a. bounded by John
Peddnick, Dempsey Burgess, John Griffin, George Ferill decs., John Gilbert,
Henry Miller, Joseph Jones and me, Barbara Powell. Jan. 5, 1779

51. Tully Sawyer & wife Ruth to Willis Sawyer for 100
pds , land on the Mill Dam prong of Arranuse Creek ..containing 51 a.
begining at a willow by the well in the head of a branch near the house and
running near north 1/4 mile thence S.E. to Ivey Neck then to the branch...

115. Oct. 9, 1779 Lewis Sawyer to Jacob Sawyer for 1,000 pds. 40 a. binding
Ferills pocosin, Ross line to Solly's line...

172. Feb 7, 1781 Willis Gregory to James Sawyer 10,000 pds. State money, 50
a. land in North River Swamp bounded by Noah Gregory...

176. Dempsey Sawyer, Sheriff of Camden County to Dempsey Burgess March 12,
1781. Goods, chattel,tenements & lands of Thomas McKnight late of said
County. (McKnight was a Tory during the Rev. War. He left the county and
went back to England.) Mc Knight's land ...on the public road in the
neighborhood of the Down River Chapel. bounded by the road, John Wright,
Brockett, Torksey....60 a. tract of land formerly sold by Peter Brown to
said Thomas McKnight. 1,000 pds.....

186. May 29, 1781 Macke Morgan & Ann, his wife , to Thomas Sawyer.. for 200
Spanish Milled dollars  40 a. given to Ann by her father Joseph Humphries...

187 Caleb Grandy Jr. to Thomas Sawyer, Feb. 20, 1781..Tract of land that
said Caleb Grandy Jr. bought of Jesse Godfrey called the New Survey on North
River. Bounded by James Dauge, Caleb Dauge.....to Ezekiel Sanderlin that he
bought of John Humphries, Thomas Sawyer, Joseph Mercer & Peggy Nash.

192. June 17, 1781 - William Burgess to Richard Sawyer for 72 pds. 58 1/2 a.
..tract sold by Dempsey Burgess to Costain Barco & by Barco to William
Burgess.

211. June 17, 1781 Richard Sawyer Jr. to Lemuel Crain alias Linton for 60
pds. 37 a.. The land conveyed by Jarvis Jones to Richard Sawyer...... .

DEEDS Bk. C
  Pg.
  4. Joshua Sawyer for 50 pds. gold to Joseph Godfree (Godfrey)....N.E. side
of Pasq. River. A tract pattent to Joseph Guilford..beginning at a branch
before Joseph Godfree's door thence up the branch to Nathan Bell's line..to
Thomas Smith thence down into Beech Neck to Robert Harrison's line. Dec. 31,
1781

  8. Dec 28, 1780 Authur (Arthur) Sawyer to John Hammon for 500 pds 50 a...
Beginning on the western side of Sawyer's Creek thence to... it being all
the southern part of the land agreeable to the last will & testament of John
Sawyer Jur. decs.(Pasq. Will Book HIK p. 391 Aug. 1771) witt. Caleb Grandy &
Phillip Morgan

12. Willis Gregory & Mary his wife, 200 dollars species to Coston Sawyer
land bounded by Peter Dauge, north to swamp & North River then up river
opposite a hickory to James Sawyer's line thence to Peter Dauge's line 150
a. ..being part of a larger tract formerly belonging to Mark Gregory. witt.
Thomas Nickols & Peter Dauge (Dozier)

13. Coston Sawyer & wife Rhodah for 200 pds. to Willis Gregory...beginning
in..branch of Mill Dam Swamp between James Sanderlin's line & mine to
William Humphries land & Thomas Nickols land to a line tree by a pole bridge
it being part of a larger tract formerly belonging to Joseph Jones & by him
conveyed to John Jones by deed March 7, 1782

18. Joshua Sawyer for 25 pds. to Nathan Bell, tract of land granted to
Joseph Guliford. Beginning at a maple in Cabin Neck Branch down to Joseph
Godfree's line..to a line formerly belonging to William Anderson now Thomas
Smith's line and Robert Harrison's corner 20 a. Dec. 12, 1781 witt. Asa
Burgess, Joseph Godfrey & Isaac Godfrey

22. May 18, 1782, Thomas Sawyer to Luke Lamb for 100 pds. 90 a. head of
Sawyer's Creek. Beginning at..oak by edge of a branch to Amon Grandy's ditch
at the old Road, thence westerly as the ditch runs to a corner tree of
Richard Sawyer's pattent. Thence a southerly course to a pine that was
formerly Willis L. ?..mans line. witt. Isaac Lamb & Benj. Brown

20. June 27,1780 Isaac Gregory to Dempsey Sawyer for 50 pds 178 a. land near
the head of the east prong of Aranuse Creek. witt. Joseph Gray & John Gray

49. Coston Sawyer for 50 pds. to Peter Dauge 30 a. formerly belonging to
Willis Gregory and conveyed by him to Coston Sawyer 1783..?


  57. Authur Sawyer to Caleb Grandy Jr. Aug. 1, 1783 for 60 pds. 50 a. high
ground & swamp bounded by James Johnson's on the southwest binding Johnsons
land that he bought of John Sawyer Jr. deces. then east binding the land
laid off for Millar Sawyer, orphan of John Sawyer Sen. deces. to the creek.
Then up the creek & swamp binding Luke Lamb & the old causeway ...& Caleb
Grandy's deeds they had from Thomas Perkins. Thence west to Authur & Millard
Sawyer's line....witt. Caleb Gregory & John Hammond.

  81. Feb. 17, 1783 Joseph Sawyer to Ammon Grandy for 50 pds. 65 a.
beginning near the ditch on the Lake Road binding Williams line on a
Easterly course to Humphries line then binding John Murden pattent...witt.
Caleb Grandy Jr. & Levi Sawyer

  82. March 15, 1782 (COURT HOUSE DEED) Thomas Sawyer & Margaret Sawyer, his
mother to Lemuel Sawyer, Isaac Gregory, Dempsey Burgess, Caleb Grandy &
Joseph Jones .....a plot of ground to build a Court House, prison, and
stocks for the county. witt. Thomas Humphries Cornealious Gray

  90 Sylvanus Sawyer to Edward Upton, Jan. 4,1783 for 50 pds ....being the
land I bought of Robert Gray, 100 a. begining at a sweet gum on Luke Lamb's
Mill pond then binding on Benjamin Brown's line to a line of marked trees to
Joseph Sawyer's line thence down to the creek swamp...Sylvanus Sawyer, wife
Mary Sawyer

  98. March 18, 1769 Pasquotank Co. Sylvanus Sawyer exect. to the last will
& testament of Col. Griffith Jones deces. to Isaac Gregory.Whereas the said
Griffith Jones by his will...dated Oct 27, 1766 to sell the estate & divide
among his seven children. Exectors appointed Sylvanus Sawyer & Samuel
Swan.....Samuel Swan being deces. on the 18, Mar. 1769...did expose to
public auction...land known by the name of Ivey Neck 50a. bounded by Jacob
Jones line close to the side of a beech ridge up line to swamp to Isaac
Gregory's line...the land Griffith Jones deces. bought of William Hughes.
witt. Charles Grandy & Mirriam Sawyer

99. Sept 24, 1782 Caleb Sawyer to William Perry, 60pds 25 a.  .. mouth of a
branch that forks out of a bever dam & up branch to water oak. witt. Lodwick
Williams & Coston Sawyer

121. Lemuel Sawyer Grant Aug 18, 1783 - 28 a. beginning at an old cypress a
small distance below River Bridge at the riverside thence running south to
Relfs pattent to Jonathan Hearrings house thence sw thence back to river.

127. Richard Sawyer Grant - 475 a. Beginning at River Swamp bounded by James
McDonald's grant...John Murden to Jennings Ridge west to Thornton Gray's
line thence binding Joshua Parrisho's Grant ..thence back to McDonald's old
pattent....Oct. 27, 1784

 

LURRY Deeds submitted by: Pat Murphy

Book

Page

Buyer

Seller

Date

Acres

Cost

Description

Witness

B

213

Thomas Lurry

Evan Standly

11/1781

96

120#

adj Indian line, John Barry, Wm Gregory, Willis Wilson (sold E36, F134)

Lodowick Gray, John Barry

B

213

Evan Standly

Thomas Lurry

11/1781

50

100#

adj Sandy Hook Rd

Lodowick Gray, John Barry

C

225

Thomas Lurry

Timothy Jones

12/1784

500

50#

Juniper Swamp near head of Pasquotank Riv, called Prichard's Juniper Swamp, David Prichard, Isalnd at foot of Punchion Bridge, Timothy Jones patent Aug 18, 1783

Jon Hearring, Thomas Burnham

Carrituck 5

37

Thomas Lurry

George Powers, Sheriff

3/1785

261#

[Deedbook 5, p. 37] George POWERS Sheriff to Thomas LURRY. March 10, 1785. Thomas LURRY of Camden County. Two hundred sixty one pounds. /s/ George POWERS.

G. WORTH (NORTH?) and Josiah NICHOLSON

D

58

Thomas Lurry

John Jones

1/5/1786

50

50#

upper Camden, E side of Pasquotank, Joys Park?, Caleb Abbott, Sawyer, part of 480 ac John McBride patent

Joseph Jones, Timothy Jones

D

59

William Tucker

Thomas Lurry

2/1786

?

350#

Joseph, Margaret and Sarah Pell, W side of North River near Indian Town Bridge, Thomas Howard, Cornelius Gate, Thomas Lurry

Henry Abbott, Evan Standley

D

106

William Gregory

Thomas Lurry

3/1786

26

49#

adj John Barry, Job Gregory patent line, Joseph Morrisett

Joseph Pele, Isaac Dange

D

128

Thomas Lurry

Peter Courtney

12/1786

50

10#

upper Camden, near Newton Edney's Island, Peter Cartwright patent of Oct 27, 1784

B. Jones, John Edney

D

225

Thomas Lurry

Grant

5/1786

500

10#

swampland head of Joys Creek, David Prichard old orchard, Timothy Jones patent line, Lamb's patent line

none

D

413

Thomas Lurry

Isaac Burnham

12/1788

n/a

50#

Negro man Tom

Joseph Richardson

E

36

John Berry

Thomas Lurry

49

73#

near Thomas Lurry, P. Berry

Evan Ramley?

E

69

Evan Lurry

Daniel Lindsay

6/1790

n/a

80#

Negro boy named Mack

John Grandy

E

134

Evan Lurry

Grant

 

82

10#

North River, William Creek, Evan Lurry

 

F

134

Caleb Berry

Major Thomas Lurry

1792

48

100#

Portion of land purchased from Evan Standly, Indian line, John Berry, Isaac Gregory, Jonathan Whitehurst, Evan Lurry

Jon Hearring-Juror, Eustace O'Brien

F

222

Thomas Lurry

Cornelius Gregory

1/1794

125

550#

called White Oak Hill, Joseph Morgan heirs, Joseph Sawyers Road, Main Road

Zepha Burgess, Wm Wright

F

223

Cornelius Gregory

Thomas Lurry

1794

101

450#

edge of North River Swamp, Indian Town Causeway, Joseph Pell, Evan Standley

Zepha Burgess, Wm Wright

F

231

Evan Lurry

Josiah, Mary & Jacob Curling

11/1793

80

70#

East side of Pasquotank River, adj Dempsey Cartwright, Daniel Bray, Murrell, Thomas Burgess, Cross Branch

Selby Harney, John Wright

F

243

Thomas Lurry

Benjamin Jones of Pasquotank

1/1794

50

50#

place called The Lake, at head of Paquotank River adj Thomas Lurry, John Jones, David Burnham

John Jones, ? Dell, Alex Dunbar

F

272

Daniel Bray Sr

Evan Lurry

1794

80

200#

River Road, Demsey Cartwright, John Morrills, Daniel Bray, Thomas Burgess

Thomas Burgess, Peter Baum, Isaac Forbes

F

318

Thomas Lurry

Jon Hearring

5/1793

500#

Negros Jack, Cate, Millisant, Jame, Yellow Will

Harry O'Brien, Eustace English O'Brieng

F

322

Thomas Lurry

Jon Hearring

5/1793

150#

near River Bridge, E side of Pasquotank River, land Robert Chamberlain gave to his son Samuel Chamberlain, adj Ezekial Case, John Mason,

Eustace O'Brien, Lemuel Lurry

G

3

Benjamin Jones and Thomas Lurry

David Hall

2/1787

3

20#

Pasquotank River swamp, adj Isaac Riggs, David Hall,

Timothy Jones, Isaac Stokley

G

6

Wm Neavile

Wm Lurry Jr

5/1795

50

73#

Main road leading from Indian Town, Evan Standley's,

Enoch Daily, Eliz Sawyer

G

47

Thomas Harvey, Benj Jones, Joseph Scott Jr, Nathan Payne

Thomas Lurry

7/1794

1

40 sh

near Pearce's Mill, Collins, Abbott

James Richardson, John Walmsley

G

54

Edward Upton

Thomas Lurry

3/1795

n/a

$250

Negro man named Sanga

Luke Lamb

G

71

Benjamin Jones Esq

Thomas Lurry

Release to Jones Admin of Estate of Jonathan Hearring any claims to property of Jonathon Hearring

Benj Perry

G

77

Thomas Lurry

Nathaniel Payne

1795

n/a

168#

Negros Judah, Rhuben, Mulatto China

James Smith, Henry Herring-Juror

G

172

Caleb Berry

Thomas Lurry

1/1796

7

10#

adj John Berry, Willaim Gregory, Roberts

Willie Sawyer, Joseph Pell

G

282

John Lurry

Ruben Lowman

12/1795

50

$50

Known as Beard Head, formerly owned by Thomas Fouster, dec'd who willed it to Nephews Ruben and Samuel Lowman

Thomas Heath, Lemuel Poyner

G

324

Evan Standly

Wm Lurry Jr

5/1796

100

210#

part of Henry Abbott plantation, Demsey Burgess, Main Road, Wm Neaville

Edmund Sawyer, Francis Earle

G

342

Wm Neavile

Wm Lurry Jr

5/1796

100

$1,200

former Henry Abbott plantation, adj Cornelius Gregory, Evan Stanley,

Edmund Sawyer, Francis Earle

G

364

John Lurry

Samuel Lowman

8/1786

50

40#

on Bear Head between Indian Island and the great island

Wm Mercer-Juror, Mary Foster

G

410

Wm Lurry Jr

Wm Neaville

2/1797

n/a

 

Negro man Dick

Griffith Sawyer

H

29

Thomas Lurry

Griffith Sawyer

1795

100

200#

Swamp land, Camden Co., John Sawyer, fork of Cooper Creek (W side of County bordering Carrituck, headwaters of Pasquotank)

H

66

Elizabeth Hearring

Thomas Lurry

8/1797

85

n/a

gives to his daughter Elizabeth a tract he bought from Joseph Pell near Indian Town Bridge, adj Wm Neaville, Wm Ferebee

Wm Neaville-Juror, Lemuel Lurry

H

116

Elizabeth Hearring

Thomas Lurry

2/1797

100#

n/a

Negro female Juda sold to his daughter Elizabeth, witnessed by Chloe Lurry and William Lurry

Chloe Lurry and William Lurry

H

134

John Likes

Thomas Lurry

11/1797

140#

63

place called the Lake, Wit Willis Etheridge

Willis Etheridge, John Williams

H

183

John Whitehurst

William & Lemuel Lurry

6/1798

59#

28

near head of Pasquotank River in a place called the Fork, adj Edward Spencer, Joshua Campbell, Thomas Lurry

J.M Horner?

H

192

Edward Upton

Thomas Lurry

12/1797

n/a

150#

Negros Jack and Letice?

John Kelly, Wm Jones

H

207

Thomas Lurry

Grant

1796

180

Joseph Jones, John Kelley

none

H

330

Joseph Abbott

Lemuel Lurry

1/1799

28

$100

A place called the Fork (see above)

B. Jones, R. McDaniel

H

401

Thomas Lurry

Frederick B. Sawyer and wife Lovey

1799

280 + 80

150#

land left to Lovey by her father Gideon Lamb near David Prichard, Old Swamp Road, former grant of Gideon Lamb

Lemuel Lurry, Elizabeth Etheridge

I

71

James Spence

Thomas Lurry

11/1798

n/a

Negro boy named George

Cornelius Lamb, Lemuel Lurry-Juror

I

119

Lemuel Lurry

Jeramiah Mercer and wife Francis of Carrituck

2/4/1801

?

$90

former property of Jordon Sawyer dec'd as the dower claim of said Frankey, near Lemuel Lurry

Willis Etheridge, Enoch Daily-Juror

I

185

Polly Lamb

Thomas Lurry

10/1801

50

n/a

Deed of gift from Thomas Lurry to Polly Lamb, wife of Gideon Lamb, near John Jones, Thomas Lurry, edge of lake, Nody Causeway

Lemuel Lurry, Job Sawyer

I

193

Gideon Lamb

Lemuel Lurry

11/1801

40

$400

main road, Edward Sexton, Thomas Lurry, Joseph Jones

Thomas Lurry, Miller Sawyer

I

249

Lemuel Lurry

Kelly Rhods

11/1801

150

$100

known as the Cowlands, NE Side of Pasquotank River, Joys Fork, Shadrick Taylor

John Wilkins, Robert Cartwright

I

310

Wm Lurry Jr

Gideon Lamb

1802

?

106

land bought by Lamb at sheriffs auction

Thomas Lamb, Nancy Hearing

311

Wm Lurry Jr

James Kenedy

7/1796

n/a

$30

sells any land due him as a soldier

Lemuel Lurry

I

313

Wm Lurry Jr

Hezakiah Burgess

7/1796

n/a

$20

sells any land due him as a soldier

Selby Harney

I

314

Wm Lurry Jr

Willis Barco

7/1796

n/a

$20

sells any land due him as a soldier

Selby Harney

315

Selby Harney

Wm Lurry Jr

7/1796

1000#

Bonds self and land he received as a soldier (300 acres in Ohio)

Wm Neaville-Juror

316

Wm Lurry Jr

Henry Bray

7/1796

n/a

$20

sells any land due him as a soldier

Alexander Leslie-Juror

 

316

Wm Lurry Jr

Isaac Litten

7/1796

n/a

$20

sells any land due him as a soldier

Selby Harney

I

337

Wm Lurry and Lemuel Lurry

Timothy Cartwright

8/1802

217

$2,800

head of Pasquotank River, Sexton land, John Jones dec'd

Benjamin Prichard, Joseph Chamberlain-Juror

I

371

Wm Lurry Jr

David Smith

5/1798

n/a

30#

sells any land due him or his two brothers dec'd as a soldier

David Prichard, Joseph Chamberlain, Dinson Chase, James Pearce-Juror

K

18

Richard Gregory

William Lurry

1802

n/a

$20

Negro man named Eton

Arthur Gregory-Juror

K

143

Wm Lurry Jr

Wm Godfrey

12/1796

n/a

$20

sells any land due him as a soldier

L. Stakely, Em Hinton

K

144

Wm Lurry Jr

Silas Linton

7/1797

30#

sells any land due him or his two brothers dec'd as a soldier

Benjamin Snowden-Juror, ?

K

Wm Lurry Jr

1802

n/a

William Lurry of Sumner, TN appoints Joseph Jones, Esq and Wm Hinton Esq

none

K

162/220

Abel Litton

Wm Lurry Jr

11/1803

n/a

$20

Litton give rights to land due him for Military Service

 

K

162

William Neaville

Gideon Lamb & Joseph Morgan Executor for Thomas Lurry

1/1802

?

40#

Swampland near area formerly Henry Abbotts, Arthur Gregory

A. Old, Arthur Wilkins-Juror

K

311

Miriam and Sally Lurry

Gideon Lamb

4/1804

n/a

2# 5 sh

Negro girl named Pegg

D. Cartwright

K

366

Arthur Old

Lemuel Lurry

1805

177

$250

area called "The Lake", John Jones patent in 1755, near John Davis

Wm Holstead

L

165

Lemuel and wife Chloe Lurry

Miles Lurry

3/1807

n/a

Grants infant son Miles a negro man named Stephen age 25

Elizabeth Etheridge, Miriam Spencer

L

223

John Lurry

Luke Barco

4/1807

80

$250

George's Ridge, an island in North River

Wm Mercer, John Squires

M

126

Miles Lurry

Gideon Lamb

1/1808

n/a

n/a

gift of Negro man named Stephen

Thomas Lamb, John Lamb

M

147

John Lurry

Evan Lurry

2/1805

150

500#

on Indian Island near Wm Marcus, Poyners Creek, Nathan Lurry

John Scarborough, Jesse Bannon?

M

363

Jordan Lurry

James Dozier

6/1808

n/a

?

Negro woman named Ruth

John Kelly

M

522

Jordan Lurry Guardian Willis Etheridge

James and Chloe Dozier

3/1810

200#

Negros Nancy and Della

W. McPherson, Miles Morgan

N

5

John Scarborough

John Lurry & wife (Salle)

4/1807

75

50 #

Island called Bear Island

Wm Mercer Sr, John Squires

O

202

Lemuel Lurry

Isaac Murden

2/1803

225 #

n/a

Negro man named Stephen age 20

Thomas Cole

O

245

John Lurry

Evan Lurry

11/1812

50

$500

On Indian Island between Mark Sawyer & Nathan Lurry

Jesse Barco, John Squires

O

253

John Lurry

Nathan Lurry

1/1811

4

30#

On Indian Island near Marcus and Foster

Evan Lurry, John Squires

O

270

Miles and Jordan Lurry

Chloe Lurry

12/1807

not stated

n/a

Divides the land where she now lives between her sons

Nancy Kelly, John Kelly

P

259

Reading Brockett

John Lurry

5/1817

80

$300

Georges Ridge near Indian Island

A. Walston, Lemuel B. Barnett

P

438

Lemuel Richardson

Wilson Lurry

1818

n/a

$450

Negro girl named Nancy

Malachi Sawyer

Q

71

Wilson Lurry

Isaac Lamb, Sheriff

2/1819

250

$10

formerly belonging to Joseph Prichard, dec'd adj David Prichard, dec'd, Willis Cartwright, dec'd, Gardner Trafton, Fred B Sawyer Isaac Lamb

Leonard Martin, A.M. Gatlin

Q

82

Evan Lurry

John Lurry

2/1810

100

$500

on Indian Island, Lorrel Swamp, Nathan Lurry, Poyners Creek

John Squires, James Cartwright

Q

109

Evan Lurry

Wm Morrisett

12/1818

40

$650

adj Caleb Gray, Josiah Jones,

Baley Barco, Phillip Morissett

Q

308

Wilson Lurry

Washington Brite & Eunice Gregory

8/1820

n/a

$345

Negro girl named Penny

Nathan Jones, Miles Cartwright

Q

335

Evan Lurry

Grant

12/1819

100

$5

Entry Takers certif 20, Grant 139 , North River Swamp, adj his own property

none

Q

348

Miles Cartwright

Wilson Lurry

1820

n/a

$87.50

Four negros owned by Betsy, Joseph and David Prichard. Wilson was Guardian of Prichards

Walton Janez, Newton Edney

Q

387

Wilson Lurry

Willoby Sammons

11/1820

300

$656.15

6 parcels of land in Upper Camden Co, near River Bridge, 1. From Pharoh Sawyer, 2. Frederick Avernes, 3. Wm Jones, 4. Z. Collowell, 5. Sheriff sale via Benjamin Jones, 6. Josiah Grandy….

D. Cartwright, Wiley Farell

Q

510

Samuel Brown

Evan Lurry

1/1821

100

$700

on Indian Island, adj lnd formerly owned by Nathan Lurry Crooked Creek

Silas Forbes, Phillip Morissett

R

68

Luke Barco

Nathan Lurry

1822

40

$500

Indian Island, near Wm Sawyer, John Lurry, Samuel Brown

Evan Lurry, Bailey Barco

R

110

Jordan Lurry

Willis Etheridge

10/1822

46

$1,000

adj Gardner Trafton, Richard Jarvis, Jobes Sawyer and Elisha Sawyer

Gordon Trafton, D.T. Sawyer

R

288

Wilson Lurry

Lovey Sawyer of Pasquotank

1/1824

1280

$400

upper part of Camden Co., David Sanderlin, Old Orchard, Gideon Lambs old patent line of 1786,Gideon Lamb was her father, parts already sold to Thomas Lurry, father of Wilson Lurry

James L. Cartwright, Samuel Proctor

R

289

Willis Etheridge

Jordan Lurry

10/1822

$500

1/2 the land he and his brother Miles were to receive from their mother Chloe Lurry

Gardner Trafton, D.T. Sawyer

R

300

Jordan Lurry

David Sargent

1/1824

50

$88

on Pasquotank River, part of Thomas Lurry deed, Gardner Traftons line, Wm Sawyer,

Eben Tuck, Benjamin Trafton

R

309

Willoughby Sammons

Wilson Lurry

11/1824

n/a

Wilson releases Sammons from mortgage on lots in upper Camden Co., near River Bridge

John Etheridge

R

340

Evan Lurry

Thomas Stapley

1/1822

50

$730

Phillip Morrisett line, Noah Gregory, Joseph Stephens

Phillip Morissett, Bejamin Harrison

S

9

Willis Sawyer

Jordan Lurry

7/1824

50

$400

Adj Gardner Trafton, Miles Gregory, Demsey Etheridge plantation, Lemuel & Elisha Sawyer sons of William Sawyer, Isaac Sawyer

William Hearing, Thomas Dozier

S

19

Evan Lurry

Baly Barco

11/1821

50

$600

Cross Roads, Phillip Moriset, Joseph Stevens, Jabez Garlington,

Phillip Morrisett, Phillip Gregory

S

63

Jordan & Miles Lurry

Chloe Lurry

10/1824

104.8

n/a

Chloe divides land between sons giving Miles Lot 1 40 ac next Spencer Gregory and Cornelius Lamb, Willis Etheridge rep Jordan Lot 2 64.8 ac

J. Lamb, Rich Jarvis, Mark Cartwright, Miles Gregory

S

118

Wilson Lurry

Abner Spence, Madison Co., AL

1/1825

40

$75

Swamp land lying on NE side of Jays Creek a little above the mouth of the Dismal Swamp Canal near James Pearces little mill, along canal bounds, Samuel Proctor

Washington Brite, Thomas B. Jones

S

136

Wilson Lurry

John Olds & wife Elizabeth

8/1824

50

$200

West part of David Prichard's dec'd plantation that he gave to son Joseph Prichard

Lewis R. Hinton

S

176

Mason Culpepper and Wilson Lurry

Warner Lewis

4/1825

203

$250

Juniper Swamp land, Va/NC state line, James Carr, Israel Foreman,

Evan T. Overton

S

281

John Taylor

Wilson Lurry

4/1826

200

$200

Juniper swamp on south side of the Cross canal, adj Walter? Dungan on Cross Canal, Israel Foreman, along Lebanon line adj Rebecca Western? dec'd

Littleton Savage, Wm Palmer, Job Spencer

S

343

Wilson Lurry & Ephriam Crukmore

Mathias Overton

8/1826

80

$20

swamp land near Wilson Sunderlin, John Crukmore heirs, part of Benjamin Jones 640 acres, 1/8 part of same

Abner M. Sawyer

T

75

Wm Sanderlin

Jordan Lurry

4/1827

50

$85

swamp on Pasquotank, part of Thomas Sevis? Dec'd, Gardner Trafton, adj Wm Sawyer

Jeremiah Cartwright

T

140

Miles Gregory

Jordan Lurry

9/1827

46

$800

Adj Gardner Trafton, Elisha Sawyer heirs, Richard Jarvis, Isaac Sawyer

Miles Lurry, Tabers Sawyer

T

175

Jordan S. Lurry

Bowden Kellam

10/1827

n/a

$85

Negro man named Mat age about 60

N.K. Kellam

T

196

Miles Lurry

Miles Gregory

1828

40

$800

White Oak Hill, adj Elisha Sawyer heirs, Richard Jarvis, Isaac Sawyer

John Roilfe, Jordan S. Lurry

T

197

Arthur Gregory

Evan Lurry

5/1828

40

$800

adj Cross Road in Sandy Hook, Noah Gregory, Josiah Jones

Phillip Morrisett, Elizabeth Morrisset

T

202

Jordan S. Lurry

Margaret Murden

1827

n/a

n/a

In 1827, Margaret Murden, widow of Robert Murden gave Jordan Lurry Power of Attorney

Wm Westervett

T

218

Bowden Killam

Jordan & wife Eliza Lurry

2/1828

21

$159

near Plank Bridge, Bowden Killam, Robert Murden heirs. Land aquired? at death of Margaret Cartwright

Miles Lurry, Jeremiah Cartwright

T

221

Jeramiah Cartwright

Jordan Lurry

2/1828

$115

Negro man named Isaac

Miles Earl

T

221

Jordan Lurry (J.S.)

Willis Etheridge

11/1827

52.5

$500

near White Oak Hill, adj Wm Forbes, G. Lamb

B.D. Harrison, C.G. Lamb

T

224

Jordan Lurry (J.S.)

Miles Lurry

10/1827

41.3

$600

near White Oak Hill, adj Willis Etheridge, Cornelius G. Lamb

H. Williams, Frederick Aydett

T

226

Wilson Lurry

Eliza McPherson

9/1827

69

$100

adj Griffith Wilkins

T.H Jones, M. Cartwright

T

226

John A. Jones

Wilson Lurry

3/1828

69

$165

adj Griffith Wilkins

Joseph Whitehurt, Benjamin Smith

T

260

Phineas Sandborn

Wilson Lurry

3/1828

75

$56.25

Swamp near head of Cross Creek or Joys Creek in Great Dismal Swamp adj David Prichard orchard that Wilson??? Lurry purchased from Lovey Sawyer (see Thomas Lurry purchase H 401)

D. Prichard, ? Gordon

T

264

Wilson Lurry

Daniel Jones

2/1828

70

$900.00

formerly belonging to Polly Davis, adj. Joseph Prichards heirs, Dater Sanbo, Wilson Lurry

Thomas B. Jones, Jethro Overton

T

310

Willie McPherson

Wilson Lurry

10/1828

n/a

$240

Negro woman named Lydia age 27 and child Betsey age 8 mo

Wm Brite

T

315

David Prichard

Wilson Lurry

11/1828

133

$284.83

Cypress Swamp land he bought from John J. and Elizabeth Old which was 1/3 of the land set off for Jas Prichard dec'd and was the land of his father David Prichard

F.C. Chamerlain, John J. Old

T

358

Daniel Jones

Wilson Lurry & Nancy Overton

5/1828

25

$100.00

adj Oliver McPherson, Wm Williams, Joseph Prichard, Daniel Smith, part of a tract belonging to Daniel Jones the one part granted in a patent to Charles Brite, the other the tract called then David Overton land (bought at Sherrif sale?)

T.B. Jones

T

368

Willie McPherson

Wilson Lurry

4/1829

n/a

$262.50

Negro man named Jerry

Wm Brite

T

406

Oliver McPherson

Wilson Lurry

6/1829

120

$70

in upper Camden, adj Oliver McPherson, Joseph McPherson patent, Gideon Lamb patent

David Prichard, Wilson Taylor

T

463

Miles Lurry

Jordan Lurry

2/1830

60

$630

White Oak Hill, adj Lemuel Gregory, Mill Dam, Cornelius Lamb, Richard Jarvis

none

T

467

Jordan S. Lurry & Abner M. Sawyer

John C. Tatum

2/1830

10 shill

A judgement was obtained against Tatum for $62 by Joseah R. Etheridge, John Cox. Sawyer has stayed the execution by becoming security. Lurry buys right and title to 3 negros Miles, Luke and Isaac. Sawyer must pay the judgement.

J.L. Bailey

T

471

Demsey Lurry

Griffin Sanderlin

1/1830

60

$75

binding of Maha Smith

Wm Wright

T

511

Wm Hearing

Miles Lurry

2/1830

54.8

$548

head of Sawyer Creek, adj Gardner Trafton, Richard Jarvis

Jordan S. Lurry, Reddick Kelley

T

512

Wm Hearing

Wilson Lurry

         

T

514

Nathan Lurry

Luke Lamb, Sheriff

11/1825

42.5

$26

land and tenements of Samuel Godfrey, dec'd, Barco's Island

Wm Forehand, Thomas Staples

T

516

Joseph Prichard

Wilson Lurry

3/1830

83

$11.43

a parcel of swamp being the 1/3 part of the swamp that Thomas Lurry patent being in the head of Camden Co., adj old David Prichard Orchard

David Prichard, Wilson Taylor

U

9

Simon Norman

Wilson Lurry

8/1830

n/a

$163

negro man named Ely (age 50)

W. Brite-Juror

U

15

William Gregory

Wilson Lurry

8/1830

n/a

$100

negro girl named Balhire (4 yr)

W. Hearring

19

William Whitehurst

Wilson Lurry

1/1830

n/a

$225

Negro girl named Chaney

W. Brite-Juror

28

Nancy Lurry

Maxey Sanderlin

8/1828

$125

Negro girl nmaed Gemima

Alex Gordon

U

29

Oliver McPherson

Wilson Lurry

11/1830

87

$30

adj Jarvis Jones, Oliver McPherson, John Cox

Isaac Brite

U

49

Willis Etheridge

Jordan Lurry

3/1829

55

$336

White Oak Hill, William Forbes, Cornelius G. Lamb

Edward Dozier, Jury Forbes

U

318

Samuel Lurry

Evan Lurry

1/1827

3

15#

adj Joseph Stephens,

Joshua Smithson, Archibal Morissett

U

346

William Gregory

Wilson Lurry

3/1833

40

$50

swamp land NE side of Joys Creek above mouth of Dismal Swamp canal

Caleb Wilkins

U

358

David Prichard

Wilson Lurry

4/1834

$400

Negro boy named Armor

W. Brite

U

363

Joseph Prichard

Wilson Lurry

4/1834

n/a

$300

negro named Willoghby age 17

David Prichard

U

428

Demsey Lurry

Samuel Brown

12/1832

100

$400

Indian Island, Evan Lurry, Luke Barco,

Joseph White, Samuel Beaham

U

434

Demsey Lurry

Evan Lurry

10/1831

4

$32

Indian Island, Evan Lurry

Caleb Barco