Brunswick County, Virginia
Deed Book 5 (1751-1755)

     Indenture made 26 March 1751 between John Tomlinson of St.
Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and Thomas Vinson of same, £1,
on South side of Fountains Creek, 150a.  Signed John Tomlinson. 
Wit:  Thos. Eldridge, J. Wall, Junr.  Court 26 March 1751,
Indenture acknowledged by John Tomlinson, and Susanna the wife of
the said John personally appeared and relinquished right of
dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 1.


     Indenture made 28 January 1750, between William Lindsey and
Jane his wife of St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and Peter
Moon of same, £15, 100a, in the forks of Wild Catt Creek.  Signed
William Lindsey, Jane Lindsey (bhm).  Wit:  John Holcombe, James
Lindsey, James Edmonds (bhm).  Court 26 March 1751, Indenture and
Receiptproved by the oaths of John Holcombe, James Lindsie and
James Edmunds.  Deed Book 5, Page 4.


     Indenture made 7 February 1750, between Thomas Tatum of
Brunswick County, and Thomas Tomlinson of same, £55, on North
side of Fountains Creek, 280a.  Signed Thomas Tatum.  Wit: 
Samuel Clark, James Clark, Robert Mitchell (bhm).  Court 26 March
1751, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by Thomas Tatum, and
Ann the wife of the said Thomas personally appeared and
relinquished her right of dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 6.


     James Douglass of Brunswick County, Planter, for £26-10
Shillings, paid by John Saul of South Hampton County, on South
side of Fountains Creek and is part of a tract of Land being
heretofore granted to John Bradford by Letters Patent dated 7
July 1726, 100a, dated 1 December 1750.  Signed James Dugliss
(bhm).  Wit:  John Peterson, Thomas Pennengton, Thomas Powell
(bhm).  Court 26 March 1751, Deed Poll and Memorandum
acknowledged by James Dugliss.  Deed Book 5, Page 9.


     Indenture made 25 March 1751 between William Broadnax of
Prince George County, Gent. and John Roberson of Brunswick
County, £18, 351a, is the Lands whereon the Church stands and the
Lands John Roberson bought of Richard Hockeby now in the
Possession of the said Robinson.  Signed William Broadnax.  Court
26 March 1751, Indenture acknowledged by William Broadnax.  Deed
Book 5, Page 11.


     Indenture made 26 March 1751 between John Pebles of St.
Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and Henry Wyche of same, £45,
on both sides of Fountains Creek, 281a.  Signed John Peebles. 
Wit:  William Mosley, George Wyche, John Rauser [Raucer] (bhm). 
Court 26 March 1751, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by
John Pebles, and Elizabeth the wife of the said John personally
appeared and Relinquished her right of Dower.  Deed Book 5, Page
13.


     Indenture made 17 December 1750, between William Lindsey of
Brunswick county, and Henry seward of same, £65, on South side of
Briery Creek and bounded as by Letters Patent granted to John
Ezell 25 July 1741 nad by Indenture made over by the said Ezell
to Ricahrd Russel and by like Indenture conveyed by the said
Russel to the said William Lindsey.  Signed William Lindsey. 
Wit:  Walter Campbell, James Scott, Tabitha Campbell.  Court 26
March 1751, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by William
Lindsey.  Deed Book 5, Page 15.


     Indenture made 26 March 1751, between Thomas Jackson of
Brusnwick County, and Ralph Jackson of same, £50, 250a, being
part of a tract of land granted to Thomas Jackson aforesaid for
325a, by Patent dated 22 February 1724, Chinkaponbottom/Road from
Allens Mill to Meherrin River/ Little Creek/Plantation Branch. 
Signed Thomas Jackson (bhm).  Wit:  Sampson Lanier, Mark Harwell,
John Jackson (bhm).  Court 26 March 1751, Indenture and
Memorandum acknowledged by Thomas Jackson.  Deed Book 5, Page 18.


     Indenture made 23 March 1751, between Nathaniel Clark of
Brunswick County, and Joshua Clark of same, £10, on South side of
Fountain's Creek, 260a.  Signed Nathaniel Clark.  Wit:  James
Lanier, George Wyche, henry Cook (bhm).  Court 26 March 1751,
Indentuer proved by the oaths of James Lanier, George Wyche &
Henry Cook.   Deed Book 5, Page 20.


     Indenture made 26 March 1751 between Hezekiah Thrower of
Johnston County, North Carolina, and Joseph Wran of Surry County,
£37, 195a, Begining upon the upper Fork of the first great Creek
above Christiana fort at a white oak thence South Twenty two
degrees East Eighty two Chains to a red oak thence south Twenty
Eight degrees west one hundred and Sixteen poles to a red oak
Thence forty nine and a half degrees west one hundred and twenty
four poles to a white oak thence north Sixty four and a half
degrees west twenty nine poles to a hickory Thence north Twenty
four degrees west one hundred thirty Six poles to a white oak at
a branch thence north Thirty four degrees East one hundred and
Thirty two poles to a red oak thence South Eighty Three degrees
East forty three Poles to a white oak thence south forty Two
degrees East fifty six poles to the Beginning, granted to John
Ray by Patent dated 16 October 1727.  Signed Joseph Rann.  Wit: 
M. Cadett Young, Thomas Jackson.  Court 26 March 1751, Indenture
acknowledged by Joseph Rann.  Deed Book 5, Page 22.


     Indenture made 1 March 1750, between John Parker of
Lunenburg County, and Daniell Sears of Brunswick County, £50,
276a, on both Sides of the Little Creek joying Robert Batses Line
and bounded as by Letters patent granted to the said John Parker
dated 12 January, 1749.  Signed John Parker.  Wit:  John Clack,
William Lindsey, William Murphey.  Court 26 March 1751, Indenture
and Memorandum proved by the oaths of John Clack, William Lindsey
and William Murphey, and Anne the wife of John Parker personally
appeared and relinquished her right of dower.  Deed Book 5, Page
24.


     Indenture made 3 November 1748, between John Parker of
Cumberland Parish, Lunenburg County and John Murphy of St.
Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, £40, 278a, on both sides of the
Little Creek, being granted to the said John Parker by Letters
Patent dated 12 January 1746.  Signed John Parker.  Wit: 
Nicholas lanier, George Wallton, Walter Campbell.  Court 26 March
1751, Indenture and Memorandum proved by the oaths of Nicholas
Lanier, George Wallton and Walter Campbell, and Anne the wife of
John Parker personally appeared and relinquished her Right of
Dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 26.


     Indenture made 6 March 1750, between John Davis of St.
Andrews Parish, Brunswick county, and James Hicks of same, 130
1/2a on South side of Hall's branch, it being one moiety of a a
tract containing 261a formerly granted to one John Bishop by
Patent dated 15 March 1741 and by several mean conveyances became
the Estate of one Charles Hix who died without Issue and
Intestate and so became the Estate of one Thomas Hix Nephew and
heir at law to the said Charles Hix and by him sold and conveyed
to the said John Davis and James Hix by deed of bargain and sale
dated 4 January 1745.  Signed John Davis.  Wit:  Dyonysius
Wright, William Wyche, Edward Robertson (bhm). Court 26 March
1751, Indenture, Memorandum and Receipt proved by the oaths of
Dionysius Wright, William Wyche, and Edward Roberson.   Deed Book
5, Page 29.


     Indenture made 25 September 1750, between Thomas Jones of
Brunswick County, and Mark Fowler of Chesterfield County, £20,
150a, on North side of Seder Creek, Lawyers Road.  Signed Thomas
Jones.  Wit:  William Bently, Jamed Edmans (bym), Robert Stoker. 
Court 26 March 1751, Indenture acknowledged by Thomas Jones, and
Mary the wife of the said Thomas personally appeared and
relinquished her Right of Dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 32.


     Indenture made 26 March 1751 between Thomas Jones of St.
Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and William Bently of same,
£20, on South side of Nottaway River, 200a, Seder Creek.  Signed
Thomas Jones.  Wit:  James Spicer, John Catton [Calton].  Court
26 March 1751, Indenture acknowledged by Thomas Jones and Mary
the wife of the said Thomas personally appeared and relinquished
her Right of dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 34.


     Indenture made 3 September 1750, between John Browder of
Bath Parish, Prince George County, and Joseph Crook of St.
Andrews parish, Brunswick County, 20 Shillings, 100a, on South
side of Waqua Creek formerly sold and convyed by John Scoggan
deceased to John Browder by deed dated 2 June 1737 parcel of 244a
to be taken from the Lwer side of the Tract.  Signed John Browder
(bhm), Elisabeth browder (bhm).  Wit:  William Scogin Junr., John
Scogin, James Love (bhm).  Court 26 March 1751, Indenture proved
by the oaths of William Scoggin Junr., John Scoggin, and James
Love, and Elizabeth the wife of John Browder personally appeared
and relinquished her right of dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 35.


     Indenture made 28 December 1750, between Daniel Nance of
Surry County, and John Brown of Brunswick County, £10, 244a, on
Evanses Creek on both sides and bounded as by Letters Patent
granted to him the said Daniel Nance dated 12 January 1746. 
Signed Daniell Nance.  Wit:  Thomas Bracey, Josiah Floyd (bhm),
William Nance (bhm).  Court 26 March 1751, Indenture proved by
the oaths of Thomas Bracy, Josiah Floyd and William Nance.  Deed
Book 5, Page 37.


     Indenture made 26 March 1751, between John Maclin of St.
Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and William Lindsey of same,
£33, 143a, it being a parcel of Land will'd to Elisabeth Harper
the wife of George Harper by her father John Denton and by the
said Harper and his wife conveyd to Micajah Perry and by the said
Perry conveyed to the above named John Maclin.  Signed John
Maclin, Susanna Maclin.  Wit:  Henry Duke, James Cook, Micajah
Perry.  Court 26 March 1751, Indentuer and memorandum
acknowledged by John Maclin, and Susanna the wife of the said
John Personally appeared and relinquished her right of dower. 
Deed Book 5, Page 39.


     Indenture made 8 October 1750, between William Scogin Senr.
of Brunswick County, St. Andrews Parish, and William Scogin Junr.
of same, £50, 300a, on North side of Sturgeon Run on the North
side of the Reedy branch, it being part of a tract of Land
containing 383a granted to the said William Scogin by Patent
dated 28 September 1728.  Wit:  William Scogin (bhm), Martha
Scogin.  Wit:  John Wall (bhm), James Love (bhm), Joseph Crook
(bhm).  Court 26 march 1751, Indenture acknowledged by William
Scogin Senr., and Martha the wife of the said William personally
appeared and relinquished her Right of Dower.  Deed Book 5, Page
42.


     Indenture made 26 March 1751 between William Peary and
Martha his wife of Granvil County, North Carolina, and Francis
Exum of Southmton County, £45, on South side Meherrin River. 
Signed William Perry, Martha Perry (bhm).  Wit:  Thomas Person,
Christopher Foster (bhm), Edward Rowell.  Court 26 March 1751,
Indenture acknowledged by William Perry and Martha his wife,
previous to which the said Martha was privily Examined.  Deed
Book 5, Page 44.


     Indenture made 19 December 1750, between Thomas Green and
Sarah his wife of Granvil County, North Carolina, and Lewis
Dupree of Brunswick County, £20, on South side of Meherrin River
upon the Fox branch, 200a, being the residue of 330a granted to
Joseph Turner by a Patent dated 12 June 1733, which was
bequeathed to Sarah Turner the wife of the abovesaid Thomas Green
by the last will and Testament of James Turner deceased dated 11
November 1743.  signed Thomas Green, Sarah Green.  Wit:  Francis
Exum, Edward Rowell, John Stroud, Junr.  Court 26 March 1751,
Indenture acknowledged by Thomas Green and Sarah his wife,
previous to which the said Sarah was privily examined.  Deed Book
5, Page 45-48.


     Indenture made 26 March 1751, between John Tatum of
Albermarle parish, Surry County, and Cheny Tatum of St. Andrews
Parish, Brunswick County, £10, 200a, Reedy Creek.  Signed John
Tatum.  Court 26 March 1751, Indentuer and Receipt ackowledged by
John Tatum, and Mary the wife of the said John personally
appeared and relinquished her Right of Dower.  Deed Book 5, Page
48-50.


     Indenture made 18 December 1750, between Samuel Centel and
Mary his wife of St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and
Richard Berry, £41, on E side of Red Oak Creek, 300a, it being a
tract of Land part of it being given and the other part being
sold by William Reynolds to John Kilcrease and Bersheba his wife. 
Signed Samuell Centall (bhm), Mary Centell (bhm).  Wit:  Hugh
Williams, Hubard Quarles, Benjamin Smith.  Court 26 March 1751,
Indenture and Receipt acknowledged by Samuell Centell and Mary
the wife of the said Samuel personally appeared and relinquished
her Right of Dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 50.


     Indenture made 7 November 1750, between Stephen Cordel and
Mary his wife of St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and James
Quarles of St. Stephens Parish, King and Queen County, £60, on
the Lower side of Rockey Run, 250a.  Signed Stephen Cordel (bhm),
Mary Cordel (bhm).  Wit:  Hugh Williams, Hubbard quarles, John
Quarles.  Court 26 March 1751, Indenture and receipt acknowledged
by Stephen Cordel.   Deed Book 5, Page 53.


     Stephen Cordel of St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, for
L&A which I have and bear towards my loving son Joshua Draper of
same, 50a, Beginning at the head of red oak Race ground at
Hubbard Quarle's or my own line Thence down a small Branch to the
said Draper's Spring branch thence along Sampson Cordel's line to
Davise's or Williamse's Corner Red oak thence along my line to
the beginning a the head of the raceground, dated 26 March 1751. 
Signed Stephen Cordel (bhm).  Wit: Hugh Williams, Hubbard
Quarles, Samuell Marshall.  Court 26 March 1751, Deed
acknowledged by Stephen Cordel.  Deed Book 5, Page 56.


     Indenture made 18 March 1750, between Charles King of St.
Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and John Browder Junr., of
Bristol Parish, Prince George County, £30, 200a, on both sides of
the Main road near the smoak Ordinary which said Land was granted
to the said Charles King by Patent dated 1 June last past in this
present year 1750 which joynes Brewer's Land.  Signed Charles
King Senr.  Wit:  Roger Tillman, George Tillman (bhm), Lewis
Parham.  Court 26 March 1751, Indentuer acknowledged by Charles
King, and Anne the wife of the said Charles personally appeared
and relinquished her Right of Dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 57-59.


     Indenture made 25 March 1751, between George Tillman, Junr.
of Brunswick County, and John Wall of St. Andrews Parish,
Brunswick County, £10, on North side of Waqua Creek, 40a, being
part of a tract of Land heretofore granted to Thomas Seamore
Senr. by Letters patent and being part of the same land the said
Thomas Seamore conveyed to the said George Tillman.  Signed
George Tillman.  Wit:  William Scogin, John Scogin, William
Scogin (bhm).  Court 26 March 1751, Indenture acknowledged by
George Tillman, Junr.  Deed Book 5, Page 59-61.


     Indenture made 27 September 1750, between William Petty of
Brunswick County, and John Marshall of Charles City County, £70,
212a, Beginning at a beech near the fish Pott thence south to a
hickory thence Eastwardly aline to a red oak thence northwardly
to the river thence up the said River to the place began.  
Signed William Petty, Elisabeth Petty (bhm).  Wit:  Samuel
marshall, John Marshall, John Scarbrow.  Court 26 March 1751,
Indenture proved by the oaths of Samuel Marshall, John Marshall,
and John Scarbrow.  Deed Book 5, Page 61-63.


     Indenture made 26 March 1751, between Nathaniel Edwards of
St. Andrew Parish, brunswick County, and John Irby of same, £100,
250a, on the Lick branch, being part of a larger tract of 1675a,
granted to Thomas Avent by Letters Patent dated 22 September
1739, and by the said Thomas Avent sold and conveyed to Charles
Stewart and by the said Charles Stewart sold and conveyed to
Charles Williams by deed dated 3 January 1744, and by the said
Charles Williams and Benjamin his son sold and conveyed to
Nathaniell Edwards by deeds dated 27 March 1749.  Signed
Nathaniell Edwards.  Court 26 March 1751, Indenture and
Memorandum acknowledged by Nathaniell Edwards.  Deed Book 5, Page
63.


     Indenture made 18 March 1750, between William White and Mary
his wife of Brunswick County, and Charles Humphryes of same, £30,
124a, on the Southeast side of Teaque Creek and bounded as may
appear by Letters Patent granted to John Humphryes deceased dated
5 June 1736 and devised to the said Mary Relict of the said John
Humphreys by his last will and Testament dated 19 Aprill 1738,
and is part of a larger tract of 324a which was granted to the
said John Humphreys as aforesaid being the residue after a deed
of Conveyance made by the said Mary to Richard Blunt deceased. 
Signed William White and Mary White (bhm).  Wit:  Robert
Campbell, Nicholas Lanier, Walter Campbell.  Court 26 March 1751,
Indenture proved to be the act and deed of William White by the
oathes of Walter Campbell, Robert Campbell and Nicholas Lanier
and having been acknowledged by Mary the wife of the said
William, previous to which the said Mary was privily examined,
was otbr.  Deed Book 5, Page 66.


     Indenture made 26 March 1751, between  Curthbert Smith of
St. Andrews Parish, Brunswick County, and William Smith of same,
£20, 105a, which is part of a larger tract granted to Sterling
Clack by letters patent dated 20 September 1748, containing 492a,
and by the said Sterling Clack sold and conveyed to the said
Curhbert Smith by deed dated 27 June 1749.  Signed Curthbert
Smith.  Wit:  Robt. Campbell, James Hicks.  Court 26 March 1751,
Indenture acknowledged by Curthbert Smith and Elisabeth the wife
of the said Curthbert personally appeared and relinquished her
right of Dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 69.


     Indenture made 26 March 1751, between William Wyche of St.
Andrew Parish, Brusnwick County, and John Lightfoot of same, £20,
200a, being part of land granted to the said Wyche by Letters
Patent dated 12 July 1750.  Signed William Wyche.  Court 26 March
1751, Indenture acknowledged by William Wyche.  Deed Book 5, Page
71.


     Indenture made 20 July 1750, between Theophilus Feild of
Prince George County, Gent., and Henry Browne of Surry County,
£90, 365a as appears by patent dated 20 August 1748 granted to
Theophilus Feild, on North side of the Great Creek.  Signed T.
Feild.  Wit:  Jones Junior, Thomas Williams, William Eaton Junr. 
Court 26 March 1751, Indenture acknowledged by Theophilus Feild. 
Deed Book 5, Page 74.


     Indenture made 27 March 1751 between Henchia Mabry the Elder
of St. Andrews Parish, brunswick County, and Nathaniell Mabry and
Daniel Mabry sons of the said Henchia Mabry of same, for L&A, all
that tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the County of
Brusnwick aforesaid Between the three Creeks and the otterdam
swamp containing 680a, it being the tract of land which the said
Henchia Mabry by deed of B&S dated 27 March 1750 pruchased of
Ricahrd More.  Signed Henchia Mabry (bhm).  Wit:  Lewis Parham,
Thomas Stagg, william Smith.  Court 27 March 1751, Deed of Gift
was acnkowledged by Hinchia Mabry.  Deed Book 5, Page 76.


     Indenture made 28 March 1751, between Ricahrd Hide of
Brunswick County and Amelia his wife, and David Hide of Prince
George County, £45, 280a, Begining at a Corn pine thence runing a
west Course to a Corner red oak thence runing a north course to a
white oak and from thence an East coruse to a white oak and from
thence to the beginning.  Signed Richard Hidge [Hide] (bhm). 
Court 28 March 1751, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by
Richard Hide.  Deed Book 5, Page 78.


     William Hogens and John Hogens both of Craven County, South
Carolina, Planters, appoint Samuell Buckson of the privince and
county aforesaid, planter bound an intended voyage to Virginia to
be our true and lawfull attorney to sue for and recover all or
Estate real and personal left us by our Father William Hogen's
last of the County of Brunswick, Virginia, Planter, dated 21
November 1750.  Signed William Hogens (bhm), John Hogens (bhm). 
Wit:  John Dodd, Samuell Powers, William Fleming (bhm).  South
Carolina Craven County personally appeared before me John Dodd
and made oath on the holy Evengalist that he see William Hogans
sign seal and deliver and John Hogens sign seal and deliver the
within power of attorney as their act and deed unto the within
named Samuell Buckson and also he see samuell Powers and William
Fleming sign as Concerning Evidenced Sworn before me November
21st 1750.  Signed John Dodd, Jas. Gillespie, J. Deed Book 5,
Page  Court 28 March 1751, Lette rof Attorney and deposition were
presented in court by John Randle.  Deed Book 5, Page 81.


     Indenture made 29 July 1751, by Ann Clack widow & Relect of
Sterling Clack Late of the County of Brunswick Gent. whereas the
aforesaid Sterling Clack in his life time to wit in or about the
month of January, 1750 did make his last will and testament and
put the same in writing and also afterwards to wit on the ninth
day of the same month of January 1750, did make a Codicil in
writing and put the same in wirting and duly published and
delared the same as part of his last will & Testament as by the
said will and Codicil duly proved and recorded in Brunswick
County may more full appear and wheras the said Sterling Clack by
his aforesaid last will and testament and Codicil theunto annexed
did dispose of all his Estate both real and personal without
making and providing for the aforesaid Ann his widow and relect a
Comopatant provision & Maintainance by reason wherof the said Ann
is aggrieved by the disposition of the said Sterling Clack estate
so as aforesaid made and much dissatisfied with the provision for
her by her said husbands last will and testament and Codicil made
now this Indenture that the said Ann by virtue of the power and
authority to her given according to the Directions of the act of
Assembly in such Casess made and provided hath abstoletly denied
disowned quit Claimed and renounced and by these presents for her
self her Exors and Adminors doth absolutely deny quit claim
disown and forever renounce all benefit advantage and profit
which she hath or may have Challenge claim or demand of and in
the Estate late of the said Sterling Clack deceased by from or
udner his last will and Codicil aforesaid.  Signed Anne Clack. 
Wit:  Howard Hurst, James Jones, Lewis Parham, Thos. Egleton. 
Court 24 September 1751, Indenture was proved by the oaths of
Lewis Parham and Thomas Egleton.  Deed Book 5, Page 83.


     Indenture made 11 March 1751, between Jeremiah Brown of
Brunswick county, and Benjamin Syke of same, £25, on South side
of a Meadow called the Dutchman's Meadow, 100a.  Signed Jeremiah
Brown.  Wit:  Timothy Rives, Henry Person, Mary Person, Nathaniel
Perry.  Court 24 September 1751, Indentuer and memorandum proved
by the oaths of Timothy Rives Henry Person and Nathaniel Perry. 
Deed Book 5, Page 85.


     Indenture made 25 March 1751 between James Lanier of
Brunswick County, and Henry Cook of same, £60, on North side of
the Rockey Run granted by Patent to Sampson and Richard Lanier
and conveyed by deed by the said Sampson Lanier to the above said
James Lanier, 177a, Beginning at a pine on the old County Line
thence south sixty Eight degrees west one hundred and ten Poles
to a red oak thence nroth fifty three degrees west seventy poles
to a pine a Corner Tree of Thomas Sissons Land thence northeast
along a new marked Line which was a division between the above
said Sampson and Ricahrd Lanier to a small pine on the old County
Line then along the old County Line to the Begining.  Signed
James lanier.  Wit:  Timothy Rives, Joshua Clark, David Peeples. 
Court 24 September 1751, Indenture acknowledged by James Lanier.  
 Deed Book 5, Page 88.


     Indenture made 28 March 1751 between John Clark of Granvil
County, North Carolina, and John Pebles of Brunswick County, St.
Andrews Parish, £7-10 Shillings, on SE side of the Haw branch
near the great swamp, 75a.  Signed John Clark.  Wit:  James
Lanier, Joshua Clark, Timothy Rives, Henry Cook (bhm).  Court 24
September 1751, Indenture proved by the oaths of James Lanier,
Joshua Clark and Henry Cook.  Deed Book 5, Page 90.


     Indenture made 18 June 1751, between John Pebles Senr. of
Brunswick County, St. Andrews Parish, and John Pebles Junr. of
same, £25, on South side of the great swamp, 100a.  Signed John
Peebles Senr.  Wit:  Joshua Clark, Timothy Rives, David Peebles. 
Court 24 September 1751, Indenture proved by the oaths of Joshua
Clark, Timothy Rives and David Peebles.  Deed Book 5, Page 93.


     Indenture made 19 June 1751 between Isaac Collier of
Brunswick County and Thomas Colier (sic) of same, L&A which he
bears to the said Thomas Collier his son, adn 5 Shillings, 220a,
is part of a great tract of Land granted by patent to William
Smith.  Signed Isaac Collier.  Wit:  Andrew Troughton, Vines
Collier, John Dunn.  Court 24 September 1751, Indenture and
Memorandum proved by the oaths of Andrew Troughton, Vines Collier
and John Dunn.  Deed Book 5, Page 95.


     Indenture made 24 September 1751, between John Dun of
Brunswick County, Planter, and John Willis of same, Gentm., £37,
on North side of Uriahs Branch, 263a, which said tract of land
was granted to the said John Dunn by Letters patent dated 20 May
1742.  Signed John Dun (bhm).  Court 24 September 1751, Indenture
memorandum and receipt acknowledged by John Dun.  Deed Book 5,
Page 97.


     Indenture made 24 Setpember 1751, between Charles Jones of
Brunswick county, and Joshua Cook of same, £15, on Peahill Creek,
200a, Beginning at a red oak on peahill Creek runing down the
water course of the said creek to the mouth of the lick Branch
thence up the said branch to an ash near a lick thence along
aline of markt trees to the beginning, it being part of 400a
granted by patent to Charles Jones dated 12 Janaury 1746.  Signed
Charles Jones (bhm), Frances Jones (bhm).  Wit:  Artr. Harris,
Wm. Moseley Junr. Wm. Holloway (bhm).  Court 24 Setpember 1751,
Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by Charles Jones and
Frances his wife, and the said Francis having been first
privately examined relinquished her right of dower.  Deed Book 5,
Page 101.


     Indenture made 24 July 1751, between Thomas Sandifer of St.
Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and Francis Wren of same, £10,
100a, Beginning on Mortons branch to a white gum from thence up
the said branch to a balck gum on Colliers Line thence round
Colliers Line to the beginning, it being part of a larger tract
containing 380a, formerly granted to the said Thomas Sandifer by
Leters Patent.  Signed Thomas Sandifer (bhm), Elizabeth Sandifer
(bhm).  Wit:  Robert Campbell, James Maclin Junr., James Scott. 
Court 25 September 1751, Indenture acknowledged by Thomas
Sandifer and Elisabeth his wife and the said Elisabeth having
been first privately examined relinquished her right of dower. 
Deed Book 5, Page 103.


     Indenture made 29 May 1751 between Epheraim Mabry of St.
Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and Hinchia Mabry Junr. of same,
£50, 100a, which said land was given by deed of gift to the said
Ephraim mabry by Hinchia Mabry his Father and recorded in Court
of the said County 7 January 1747.  Signed Ephraim Mabrey.  Wit: 
Joshua Mabry, J£l Mabry, Plant Richardson (bhm).  Court 25
September 1751, Indenture proved by the oaths of Joshua Mabry,
J£ll Mabry and Plant Richardson.  Deed Book 5, Page 105.


     Indenture made 25 September 1751 between Thomas Alstine of
Surry County, Ship Carpenter and Thomas Singleton of Brunswick
County, £80-8 Shillings, 804a, on South side of Totero Creek and
being part of a Larger Tract formerly granted by Letters Patent
to Henry Harrison Esqr. late of Huntington decd. and by him in
his Lifetime conveyed to the said Thomas Alstine as by deed for
that purpose in the records of this County may more largely
appear.  Signed Thomas Allstin.  Wit:  Lemuel Cocke, Randall
Bracey, M Cadet Young.  Court 25 September 1751, Indenture and
memorandum acknowledged by Thomas Austine.  Deed Book 5, Page
107.


     Indenture made 25 September 1751, between William Ledbetter
of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and Edward Taylor of
Nottaway Parish, Amelia County, £37-16 Shillings & 10 pence,
250a, on North side of Rattlesnake Creek.  Signed William
Ledbetter (bhm), Frances Ledbetter (bhm).  Court 25 September
1751, Indenture and memorandum acknowledged by William Ledbetter;
Indenture acknowledged by Frances the wife of the said William
and having been first privately examined relinquished her right
of dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 110.


     Indenture made 26 June 1751 between Robert Jones Junr. of
Surry County, and Francis Mirick of Nothampton (sic) County,
North Carolina, £70, on Fountains Creek, 200a, which was granted
by patent to the said Robert Jones dated 3 November 1750.  Signed
Robert Jones Junr.  Wit:  Walter Campbell, John Burch, Robert
Campbell, William Maclin Junr., John Howell.  Court 25 September
1751, Indenture and memorandum acknowledged by Robert Jones Junr. 
Deed Book 5, Page 112.


     Indenture made 25 September 1751, between Thomas Alstine of
Surry County, Ship Carpenter, and William Harrison of Brunswick
County, St. Andrew Parish, Planter, £25-4 Shillings, 252a, on
North side of Totero Creek and being part of a larger Tract of
Land formerly conveyed to the said Thomas Alstine by Law from
Henry Harrison Esqr. of Huntington.  Signed Thomas Allstin.  Wit: 
Thomas Singleton, John Scarbro (bhm).  Court 25 September 1751,
Indenture and memorandum acknowledged by Thomas Alstine.  Deed
Book 5, Page 115.


     Indenture made 29 March 1751, between George Clayton of St.
Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and William Rawlings of same,
£30, 202a, being the same formerly granted to the said George
Clayton by Letters Patent dated 20 August 1748.  Signed George
Clayton.  Wit:  William Harrison, M. Cadet Young, The: Burk. 
Court 25 September 1751, Indenture acknowledged by George
Clayton.  Deed Book 5, Page 118.


     Indenture made 1 January 1750, between James Speed of
Brunswick County, and John Gilbert of Surry County, £25, 114a, it
being granted to the said James Speed by Patent dated 1 June
1750.  Signed James Speed.  Wit:  William Clack, James Eppes,
Lewis Lanier.  Court 26 September 1751, Indenture acknowledged by
James Speed.  Deed Book 5, Page 120.


     Indenture made 26 September 1751, between Matthias Davis of
Brunswick County, and Thomas Hall of Prince George County, £86,
200a, Beginning at a corner tree the west side of the Beaver pond
branch thence south twenty deg: East twenty eight chain to a
black oak thence south fifty three deg: west fifty six chain to a
corner black Jack thence south ten deg: west eight and a half
chain to a white oak thence west ten and a half chain to the
three Creeks thence along the said Creeks as it meanders to a
hickory on the said of the said Creek thence east forty five deg:
north forty seven and a half chain to the said corner tree the
aforesaid Beginning.  Signed Matts. Davis, Rachel Davis (bhm). 
Court 26 September 1751, Indenture and receipt acknowledged by
Matthias Davis and Indenture also acknowledged by Rachel the wife
of the said Matthias who relinquished her right of dower.  Deed
Book 5, Page 122.


     Indenture made 18 May 1751, between John Rae of St. Andrew
Parish, Brunswick County, and Jesse Tatum of same, £10, 100a,
being part of a larger tract of 277a formerly granted to the said
John Rae by Letters Patent dated 12 July 1750.  Signed John Rae
(bhm), Frances Rae (bhm).  Wit:  John Dugger, James Scott, Robt.
Campbell.  Court 26 September 1751, Indenture acknowledged by
John Rae and Frances his wife and frances relinquished her right
of dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 124.


     Indenture made 27 September 1751 between Liswell Sexton and
Millay his wife of Brunswick County, and Anthony Metcalf of same,
£24-5 Shillings, 100a, on North side of Fountains Creek, bearing
date the 31 December 1742 and by the said Lizwell Sexton
purchased of james Sexton.  Signed Lizwell Sexton (bhm), Milla
Sexton (bhm).  Wit:  John Dugger, Samuel Lucas, John Marshall. 
Court 27 September 1751, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by
Lizwell sexton and Milla his wife and Milla relinquished her
right of dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 126.


     We James Parish, Nicholas Edmunds, and Thomas Person of
Brunswick County, Gent. are held and firmly bound in £1000
sterling to the which Paiment well and truly to be made we bind
oruselves dated this 24 September 1751.  Condition whereas James
Parish is appointed Sheriff of the County of Brusnwick, if he
shall render to the Auditor and Receiver General of his Majestys
Revenue a partiular Perfect and true account of all his majestys
rents and dues etc. obligation to be void.  Signed James Parish,
Nicholas Edmunds, Thos. Person.  Wit:  Litt. Tazewell Cl.  Court
24 September 1751, Bond acknoweldged by James Parish, Nicholas
Edmunds, and Thomas Person.  Deed Book 5, Page 128.


     Indenture made 1 January 1751 between Lewis Parham of St.
Andrew Parish, Brusnwick County, and Jacob Woolsey of same, £60,
400a, on both sides of the great Creek, which land was granted to
Francis Ealidge by Patent dated 25 July 1741, and by him sold and
conveyed to one Henry Ledbetter by deed of B&S and by him sold
and conveyed to the said Lewis Parham by deed of B&S recorded 6
October 1748.  Signed Lewis Parham, Sarah Parham (bhm).  Court 2
January 1751, Indenture and memorandum acknowledged by Lewis
Parham.  Deed Book 5, Page 130.


     Indenture made 31 May 1751 between John Harwell of Brunswick
County, Planter, and Lewis Parham of same, Merchant, £50, Land
and plantation whereon the said John Harwell now liveth with the
rest he lately took up and surveyed and haths a Patent for
containing 250a, also personal property; true intent and meaning
that if the said John Harwell shall on or before the Last Tuesday
in September next ensueing the date hereof will well and truely
pay Lewis Parham the sum of £5-6 Shillings & 6 pence with lawful
interest according to the tenour of a Bond given for the same,
etc., then this Indenture shall be void.  Signed John Harwell
(bhm).  Wit:  Lewis Lanier, Robert Campbell, James Eppes, John
Collier (bhm).  Court 25 September 1751, Indenture proved by the
oaths of Lewis Lanier and Robert Campbell and on 31 day of
December following was acknowledged by John Harwell.  Deed Book
5, Page 132.


     Indenture made 30 December 1751, between Joseph Right of
Granvile County, North Carolina, and John Cumbo [Cumbow], Junr.
of Brunswick County, £14, on South side of the Reedy Branch,
238a, being granted to the said Joseph Right by LP dated 1 August
1745.  Signed Joseph Right (bhm).  Wit:  George Brewer, Gabriel
Peterson, Lanier Brewer, William Vaughan.  Court 31 December
1751, Indenture and memorandum proved by the oaths of George
Brewer, Gabriel Peterson, Lanier Brewer.  Deed Book 5, Page 135.


     We Drury Stith, Littleton Tazewell and John Clack are held
and firmly bound unto King George the second in the sum of £500,
we bind ourselves, etc., dated 31 December 1751; Condition of
obligation is that whereas the above bound Drury Stith is
Commissionated Surveyor of brusnwick county now fi the said Drury
shall truly and faithfully execute and perform his said office,
then obligation to be void.  Signed Drury Stith, Litt. Tazewell,
John Clack.  Court 31 December 1751, Bond acknowledged by Drury
Stith, Littleton Tazewell and John Clack.  Deed Book 5, Page 138.


     Indenture made 12 November 1751, between Robert Hynds of
Brunswick County, and Thomas Morris of same, 2000 pounds of
Inspected Tobacco, on North side of the Great Swamp, 75a, being
granted to Francis Steed by Patent dated 31 October 1726.  Signed
Robert Hines (bhm).  Wit:  George Wyche, James Lanier, Joshua
Clark, John Roser (bhm).  Court 1 January 1752, Indenture proved
by oaths of James Lanier, Joshua Clark, and John Roser.  Deed
Book 5, Page 138.


     Indenture made 30 December 1751, between Thomas Lloyd Junr.
of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and Lucas Powel of same,
£90, 462a, Lloyds Run, 32a of the said Land is part of a larger
tract formerly granted unto Thomas Lloyd Senior and by him
conveyed unto the said Thomas Lloyd Junr by deed of Gift; all
which said Lands is part of a larger tract formerly granted unto
the said Thomas Lloyd Junr containing 1157a by LP dated 10 April
1751.  Signed Thomas Lloyd Junr., Tabitha Lloyd (bhm).  Wit: 
Robert Campbell, James Maclin Junr., Robert Briggs.  Court 1
January 1752, Indenture and Memorandum acknowledged by Thomas
Lloyd Junr and Tabitha his wife and the said Tabitha relinquished
her Right of dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 140.


     Indenture made 1 January 1752, between Hinchia Mabry the
Elder of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and Anne his wife,
and Clack Courtney of same, Chyrurgeon, £150, 578a, on both sides
of Stoney Hill Run, as in and by a Patent dated 5 July last past
granted to the said Anne by the name of Anne Courtney.  Signed
Hinchey Mabry (bhm), Anne Mabry.  Receipt witnessed by M Cadet
Young.  Court 1 January 1752, Indenture acknowledged by Hinchia
Mabry and Anne his wife; receitp acknowledged by the said
Hinchia, previous to which Anne was privily examined.  Deed Book
5, Page 143.


     Indenture made 25 November 1751, between Robert Short and
William Short Junr of Brunswick County, William Short Senr of
Prince George County, £60, all land and plantation whereon
formerly lived Robert Short, 200a, Beginning on Beaverpond Branch
thence Runing up the spring Branch till I come to a hickory four
and Haft tree and thence runing up the south Line till I come to
Simons Line thence down the said Line till you come to Mr. Th£s.
Feilds Line thence down the said Line till you come to the said
beaverpond Branch thence along the Beaverpond branch to the
Beginning.  Signed Robert Short (bhm), William Short, Amey Short
(bhm).  Wit:  James Pittillo, John Abernathy, William Scoggin
(bhm).  Court 1 January 1752, Indenture acknowledged by Robert
Short, William Short Junr, and Amey the wife of the said Robert,
and Amey relinquished her right of Dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 146.


     Indentue made 16 November 1751, between Robert Short, and
William Short, both of Brusnwick County, that the said Robert
Short hath sold unto his brother William Short 200a, being part
of 400a purchased of William Gent and divided by Robert and
William Short, Beginning at the mouth of a Spring Branch on the
Beaver pond Branch thence up the Branch as it meandrs to the head
of the said Branch then along some marked trees to aline of Mr.
Henry Simmons near a branch called by the name of Gunters thence
along Simmonses line west to a corner then north along aline to
the Beaver pond Branch then down the said Branch to the Beginning
being the upper part of 400a bough of William Gent.  Signed
Robert Short (bhm), William Short, Amey Short (bhm).  Signed
James Pittillo, John Abernathy, William Scoggin (bhm).  Court 1
January 1752, Indenture was acknowledged by Robert Short William
Short and Amey the wife of the said Robert and Amey relinquished
her right of Dower.  Deed Book 5, Page 148.


     Indenture made 25 November 1751, between Daniel Hicks of
North Carolina, and Robert Jones Junior of Virginia, Attorney at
Law, £150, 250a, which said plantation and seat tract or parcel
of Land Daniel Hicks father of the aforesaid Daniel Hicks did by
his last Will and Testament in Writing bearing date 17 December
1734 did devise to the aforesaid Daniel Hicks, his Son in fee
simple; Bounded to wit: South by Meherrin River West by a Swamp
and the Lands of the said Robert Jones Junr. Eastwardly by
Nathaniel edwards's dividing line to  Meherrin River aforesaid. 
Signed Daniel Hicks.  Wit:  John Edmunds, James Wall, William
Chapman, Thomas Morrice (bhm), George Brewer (bhm).  Court 1
January 1752, Indenture and receipt proved by the oaths of
William Chapman, Thomas Morris, and George Brewer.  Deed Book 5,
Page 149.


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