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Prince George County, VA, Misc. Deeds and Other Conveyances


Indenture (Lease) made the 11th day of May, 1714, between Thomas Harrison of the Parish of Westopher in Prince George County and Adam Taply, for 100 acres. Witnesses were [Torn]. Acknowledged in Court on May 12, 1714. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 12, Prince George County, Virginia.

Indenture (Release) made the ___ day of May, 1714, between Thomas Harrison of the Parish of Westopher in Prince George County and Adam Taply, for 100 acres. Witnesses were E. Goodrich and Thos. Simmons, Exec. of Symons. Acknowledged in Court on May 12, 1714. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 13, Prince George County, Virginia.

Indenture (Lease) made the 2nd day of November, 17__, between Thomas Harrison and Ellinor, his wife, and Thomas House, land on Blackwater conveyed to the said Thomas Harrison and Ellinor, his wife, from Joshua Meeham by conveyance dated the 30th day of July, 1686. Indenture acknowledged in Court on November 9, 1714. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 32, Prince George County, Virginia.

Inventory of the estate of Hannah Harrison, dec'd., taken on the 4th day of January, 1714, by Gilbert Hay and John Wilkinson. Returned to Court by William Harrison, administrator of the said estate, on February 8, 1714. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 43, Prince George County, Virginia.

Indenture (Deed of Exchange) made the 13th day of December, 1715, between Nicholas Jarrard of Prince George County, Planter, and Nathaniel Harrison, Esq., of Surry County, tract of land to Nathaniel Harrison lying in the Parish of Martins Brandon in Prince George County, previously conveyed by Anthony Wyatt, Elizabeth Wyatt and Nicholas Wyatt, dated the 5th day of August, 1695, and recorded in Charles City County. Tract to Nicholas Jarrard lying in Lyon's Creek Parrish, Surry County on Athamowsauek Swamp containing 427 acres and granted to the said Nathaniel Harrison by Letters of Patent bearing date of June 16, 1714. Indenture acknowledged in Court on December 13, 1715, by Nicholas Jarrard and Elizabeth, his wife, appeared and relinquished her right of dower. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 88, Prince George County, Virginia.

Bond of Nathaniel Harrison to Robert Bolling, dated April 9, 1717. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 153, Prince George County, Virginia.

Indenture made the 3rd day of August, 1717, between William Grigg, Senior, and Susan, his wife, parties of the first part, and John Peterson of Bristol Parrish, conveying tract on Babys Creek. Witnesses were James Thweat and James Grigg. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, Page 183, Prince George County, Virginia.

Power of Attorney from Thomas Goodwyn "Marriner" to Henry Harrison, Gent., dated the 8th day of August, 1717. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, Page 187, Prince George County, Virginia.

Indenture (mortgage) made the 23rd day of April, 1719, between Richard Harrison of the Parish of Martins Brandon, County of Prince George, and Frances, his wife, and William Blackley of the Parish of Bruton, James City County, conveying 682 acres, deeded to the said Richard Harrison and wife, Frances Harrison, from William Harrison, dec'd. by indenture dated the 5th day of March, 1712/11. Witnesses were Richard Wembles, John Kersey and Thos. Harrison. Presented in Court on October 13, 1719. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 366, Prince George County, Virginia.

Indenture (lease) made the 13th day of January, 1723, between Gabriel Harrison and John May, 150 acres on South side of Otterdam Run. Presented in Court held at Merchants Hope. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 673, Prince George County, Virginia.

Indenture (release) made the 14th day of January, 1723, between Gabriel Harrison and John May, 150 acres on South side of Otterdam Run. Presented in Court held at Merchants Hope. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 67_, Prince George County, Virginia.

Survey made the 29th day of October, 1715, for Samuel Harrowell, of 218 acres on North side of Nottoway River (Jones Hole Swamp), by Robert Bolling, Surveyor. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 752, Prince George County, Virginia.

Survey made the 2nd day of December, 1718, for William Grigg, Jr., on both side of White Oak Swamp. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 754, Prince George County, Virginia.

Survey made the ___ day of ________, 17__, for Gabriel Harrison, of ___ acres on Nottoway River. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 755, Prince George County, Virginia.

Survey made the 18th day of March, 1720/1, for James Grigg, on North side of White Oake Swamp, adjoining William Grigg. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 758, Prince George County, Virginia.

Survey made the 10th day of November, 1722, for Samuel Harrowell, of 180 acres on both sides of Sturgeon Run, by Robert Bolling, Surveyor. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 760, Prince George County, Virginia.

Survey made the 12th day of November, 1722, for Samuel Harrowell, Jr., son of Thomas Harrowell, of 228 acres, on South side of Nottoway River, opposite his uncle Saml. Harrowell's land, by Robert Bolling, Surveyor. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 760, Prince George County, Virginia.

Survey made the 12th day of November, 1722, for Mark Harrowell, son of Samuel Harrowell, of 338 acres, on North side of Nottoway River, by Robert Bolling, Surveyor. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 760, Prince George County, Virginia.

Survey made the 20th day of November, 1722, for Gabriel Harrison, of 180 acres on both sides of Sturgeon Run, by Robert Bolling, Surveyor. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 760, Prince George County, Virginia.

Survey made the ___ day of ________ , 17__ , for George Hix, of 429 acres on South side of Meherrin River and on both sides of the mouth of Geneto Creek, by Robert Bolling, Surveyor. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 763, Prince George County, Virginia.

Survey made the ___ day of _______, 17__, for Daniel Hix, of 137 acres on North side of Meherrin River, opposite his brother George Hix, by Robert Bolling, Surveyor. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 763, Prince George County, Virginia.

Indenture (Lease) made the 7th day of June, 1725, between Arthur Kavanaugh of Surry County and Robert Hix, Jr. of Isle of Wight County, 400 acres on South side of Meherrin River and on East side of the Great Swamp, part located in Isle of Wight County and part in the County of Brunswick. Witnesses were John Allen, Richard Randolph and Robert Bolling. Acknowledged in Court on June 8, 1725, by Arthur Kavanaugh and Mary, his wife, appeared and relinquished her right of dower. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 813, Prince George County, Virginia.

Indenture made the ___ day of November, 1725, between William Grigg and William Moor, for 154 acre tract. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 844, Prince George County, Virginia.

Indenture (Lease) made the 9th day of March, 1726, between Robert Hix of Lawns Creek Parrish of the County of Surry, and John Fitzgerrald of Bristol Parish, County of Prince George, 1,120 acres on South side of Appomattox River in Bristol Parish, of which 200 acres were sold to the said Robert Hix from John Evans by deed dated the 8th day of February, 1693, and the 4th day of June, 1694, and recorded in Charles City County; 600 acres was granted to the said Robert Hix by Letters of Patent bearing date of April 20, 1694; 60 acres conveyed to the said Robert Hix from Peter Jones, Jr. by indenture dated the 11th day of August, 1708, and recorded in Prince George County; and 260 acres sold to the said Robert Hix from Joshua Irby and Elizabeth, his wife, by indenture dated the 10th day of August, 1708, recorded in Prince George County County. Acknowledged in Court on March 14, 1726, by Robert Hix, and France Hix, his wife, appeared and relinquished her right of dower. DEEDS, ETC. 1713-1728, page 968, Prince George County, Virginia.


Indenture made the 20th day of December, 1786, between Lemuel Harrison of Prince George County and William Harrison, for the natural love and affection he has to his said brother, conveying 50 acres adjoining Lemuel Harrison, Walter Peter, Richard Avery and Wallace Morison. Presented in Court on April 10, 1787. DEEDS, ETC. (1787-1792), page 16, Prince George County, Virginia.

Indenture made the 11th day of September, 1787, between John Morison and Ann, his wife, and David Morison, and Joshua Simmonds, for 400 pounds, conveying 400 acres on South side of the Second Swamp. Witnesses were Pleasant Cocke, James Wm. Harrison, and James Harrison. DEEDS, ETC. (1787-1792), page 78, Prince George County, Virginia.

Indenture (Deed of Trust) made the 12th day of August, 1791, between Cadwallader Jones of the first part, Peter Epes of the other part and Peter William of the third part, conveyance of slaves to secure indebtedness. Witnesses were G. K. Taylor and Geo. Ruffin. Acknowledged in Court on August 12, 1791. DEEDS, ETC. (1787-1792), page 582, Prince George County, Virginia.


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