Harrison – Brunswick County, Virginia notes

Brunswick County, Virginia

Surry County, Virginia:

1712 Feb 28 proveup date – WILL – HARRISON, Benjamin – Will of Benjamin Harrison, dated the 16th day of April, 17, and proved on February 28, 1712. To son, Nathaniel Harrison, 100 acres whereon heis mill now stand, 1/2 acre in Town of Flowedry Hundred, all land in Martins Brandon, Prince George County. To son, Henry Harrison, plantation I now live and remaining part of land bought of John Barker, not already conveyed to him, 450 acres in one patent, 115 acres and all land at Cabbin Point. If son, Henry Harrison, should die without heirs, land to go to son, Nathaniel Harrison, he repaying grandson, Benjamin Harrison, 100 pounds. To William Stringer, 350 acres on South side of Blackwater Swamp, and if he removes out of the county, land to go to son, Henry Harrison, or to son, Nathaniel Harrison, if no heirs. To Joel Barker, land on South side of Branch. Daughter, Sarah Harrison. Daughter, Hannah Harrison. Grandson, Benjamin Harrison. All Grandchildren (except Benjamin Harrison) 100 pounds, as they arrive at the age of 21 years. Son, Nathaniel Harrison, named as Executors. Witnesses were William Short, Thos. Cocke, Geo. Rochell, and John Tyus.
Deeds & Wills Book, 1709-1715, page 131, Surry County, Virginia

1716 Dec 19 – INDENTURE – HARRISON, Thomas – Indenture (Lease) made the ___ day of __________, 17__, between Thomas Harrison of Prince George County, and Robert Hall of same, 180 acres in Surry County near the Nottoway River. Witnesses were Wm. Gray, Jr. and, Thomas Eldridge. Presented in Court for Southwark on December 19, 1716.
Wills & Deeds Book, 1715-1730, page 37, Surry County, Virginia

1716 Dec 19 – INDENTURE – HALL, Robert – Indenture (Lease) made the ___ day of __________, 17__, between Thomas Harrison of Prince George County, and Robert Hall of same, 180 acres in Surry County near the Nottoway River. Witnesses were Wm. Gray, Jr. and, Thomas Eldridge. Presented in Court for Southwark on December 19, 1716.
Wills & Deeds Book, 1715-1730, page 37, Surry County, Virginia

1715 Dec 13 – DEED – HARRISON, Nathaniel – Indenture (Deed of Exchange) made the 13th day of December, 1715, between Nathaniel Harrison of Surry County, Esq. and Nicholas Jarrard of Prince George County. Tract to Nathaniel Harrison, lying in the Parish of Martins Brandon in Prince George County conveyed to the said Nicholas Jarrard by indenture dated August 5, 1695, and recorded in Charles City County from Anthony Wyatt, Elizabeth Wyatt and Nicholas Wyatt. Tract to Nicholas Jarrard, lying in Lyon’s Creeke Parish, Surry County on Athamowsauek Swamp consisting of 427 acres and was granted to the said Nathaniel Harrison by Letters of Patent dated June 16, 1714. Witnesses were Stith Bolling and William Edwards. Presented in Court on February 20, 1716.
Wills & Deeds Book, 1715-1730, page 46, Surry County, Virginia

1722 July 4 – INDENTURE – HARRISON, Nathaniel – Indenture (Lease and Release) made the 4th day of July, 1722, between James Binford of Martins Brandon Parish in Prince George County, Planter, and Nathaniel Harrison of Southwark Parish, Surry County, Esq., for 5 shillings, 150 acres in Lawnes Creek Parish on Eastermost or lower side of Three Creeks and patented to the said Binford on March 3, 1715. Witnesses were William Cocke, William Shorts, John Poythres, John Woodlief, John Hamlin, James Harrison, John Hardaman, James Baker, and Charles Lucas. Acknowledged in Court on November 21, 1722.
Wills & Deeds Book, 1715-1730, page 420, Surry County, Virginia

1724/5 March 17 – POWER OF ATTORNEY – HARRISON, Ann – Power of Attorney made the 17th day of March, 1724/5, from Ann Harrison, wife of Benjamin Harrison, Gentleman of Charles City County to well beloved friend Coll. Henry Harrison of Surry County, to acknowledge indenture for tract sold to Alexander Horton commonly called Hunting Quarter and to relinquish her right of dower. Presented in Court on March 17, 1724. .
Wills & Deeds Book, 1715-1730, page 572, Surry County, Virginia

1724/5 March 17 – POWER OF ATTORNEY – HARRISON, Henry – Power of Attorney made the 17th day of March, 1724/5, from Ann Harrison, wife of Benjamin Harrison, Gentleman of Charles City County to well beloved friend Coll. Henry Harrison of Surry County, to acknowledge indenture for tract sold to Alexander Horton commonly called Hunting Quarter and to relinquish her right of dower. Presented in Court on March 17, 1724. .
Wills & Deeds Book, 1715-1730, page 572, Surry County, Virginia

1724/25 March 17 – POWER OF ATTORNEY – HARRISON, Benjamin – Power of Attorney made the 17th day of March, 1724/5, from Ann Harrison, wife of Benjamin Harrison, Gentleman of Charles City County to well beloved friend Coll. Henry Harrison of Surry County, to acknowledge indenture for tract sold to Alexander Horton commonly called Hunting Quarter and to relinquish her right of dower. Presented in Court on March 17, 1724. .
Wills & Deeds Book, 1715-1730, page 572, Surry County, Virginia

1724/25 March 17 – POWER OF ATTORNEY – HORTON, Alexander – Power of Attorney made the 17th day of March, 1724/5, from Ann Harrison, wife of Benjamin Harrison, Gentleman of Charles City County to well beloved friend Coll. Henry Harrison of Surry County, to acknowledge indenture for tract sold to Alexander Horton commonly called Hunting Quarter and to relinquish her right of dower. Presented in Court on March 17, 1724. .
Wills & Deeds Book, 1715-1730, page 572, Surry County, Virginia

1726 Dec 15 – WILL – HARRISON, Nathaniel – Will of Nathaniel Harrison of Southwark Parish, dated the 15th day of December, 1726, and proved on February 21, 1727. To wife, Mary Harrison, for life or until son, Nathaniel Harrison, shall arrive at the age of 21 years or marriage, profits for sale use of daughter, Hannah Churchill. To son, Nathaniel Harrison, all lands in Charles City County and Prince George County. To son, Benjamin Harrison, the remainder. To son, Benjamin Harrison, land called Josephs Swamp in Surry County, if no male heirs to son, Nathaniel Harrison, if no male heirs to brother Henry Harrison, Gentleman, on condition that he pay daughter, Hannah Churchill and to my other daughters when each arrive at the age of 21 years or their marriage, the sum of 1,000 sterling a piece, if not to nephew, Benjamin Harrison of Charles City County, Gentleman, on same condition, and if he refuses to pay then to daughters. To son, Nathaniel Harrison, 4,240 acres called New Hope, in Brunswick County. Direct that wife and brother, Henry Harrison, sell all lands in Henrico County. To son, Benjamin Harrison, land called Cyprus Swamp in Surry County containing 750 acres, Mills and remaining land in Surry, land in Brunswick County which was devised to me by the Last Will and Testament of David Crawley, late of Prince George County, Brandy Quarter in Brunswick County and two lots or 1 acre in Williamsburg. Desired that both sons, be kept in school until they arrived at the age of 21 years. If John Simmons shall erect a corn mill at the place called Rocky Creek, Brunswick County, same is devised to the said John Simmons. Wife, Mary Harrison, Brother, Henry Harrison, and son, Nathaniel Harrison, named as Executors. Witnesses were Ja. Baker, Tho. Eldridge, Nathaniel Edwards, and Richard Price.
Wills & Deeds Book, 1715-1730, page 786, Surry County, Virginia

1729 Oct 15 – INDENTURE – HARRISON, Mary – Indenture made the 15th day of October, 1729, between Mary Harrison and Henry Harrison, and John Simmons, wherein the said John Simmons hath erected a corn mill at place called Rockey Creek, Brunswick County, as directed in the will of Nathaniel Harrison, conveying said tract to John Simmons. Presented in Court on October 15, 1729.
Wills & Deeds Book, 1715-1730, page 974, Surry County, Virginia

1729 Oct 15 – INDENTURE – HARRISON, Nathaniel – Indenture made the 15th day of October, 1729, between Mary Harrison and Henry Harrison, and John Simmons, wherein the said John Simmons hath erected a corn mill at place called Rockey Creek, Brunswick County, as directed in the will of Nathaniel Harrison, conveying said tract to John Simmons. Presented in Court on October 15, 1729.
Wills & Deeds Book, 1715-1730, page 974, Surry County, Virginia

1729 Oct 15 – INDENTURE – HARRISON, Henry – Indenture made the 15th day of October, 1729, between Mary Harrison and Henry Harrison, and John Simmons, wherein the said John Simmons hath erected a corn mill at place called Rockey Creek, Brunswick County, as directed in the will of Nathaniel Harrison, conveying said tract to John Simmons. Presented in Court on October 15, 1729.
Wills & Deeds Book, 1715-1730, page 974, Surry County, Virginia

1732 Feb 25 – WILL – HARRISON, Mary – Will of Mary Harrison, dated the 25th day of February, 1732, and proved on March 21, 1732. (Large portion missing). Five daughters, Hannah Churchill, Elizabeth Cargill, Sarah Bradby, Anne Harrison and Mary Harrison. Armistead Churchill, John Cargill, James Bradby or Bradley, Nathaniel Harrison, and “my son,” Benjamin Harrison, Gent., named as Executors. Witnesses were Thomas Brown and Lewis Delony.
DEEDS &C. 1730-1738, page 263, Surry County, Virginia

1736/7 March 11 – WILL – HARRISON, Solomon – Will of Solomon Harrison, dated the 11th day of March, 1736/7, and proved in Court on July 18, 1739. To son, John Harrison, all lands in general. Wife, Mary Harrison. Sons, Wm., Benjm., and Henry Harrison (all under the age of 21 years). Daughter, Martha Harrison (under the age of 18 years). Wife, Mary Harrison, and son, John Harrison, named as Executors. Witnesses were Wm. Rooking and William Dewelle.
DEEDS &C., 1738-1754, page 67, Surry County, Virginia

1748 March 21 – INVENTORY – HARRISON, Henry – Inventory of the estate of Henry Harrison, dec’d. directed by the Court on March 21, 1748, and made by John Jarret, George Barwick, and Thomas Collier, returned to Court on June 19, 1753. (Order Book for March 21, 1748, On Motion of Richard Cocke, Gent., granted Letters of Administration of the Estate of Henry Harrison, dec’d. John Scott, Gent., as security. p. 533).
DEEDS &C., 1738-1754, page 873, Surry County, Virginia

1750 Nov 14 – WILL – HARRISON, Benjamin – Will of Benjamin Harrison, dated the 14th day of November, 1750, and proved on March 20, 1759. To son, Peter Cole Harrison, all lands in North Carolina in Granville County on South side of Roanoke River. Son, Nathaniel Harrison. Daughter, Susannah Harrison. Daughter, Hannah Harrison. Daughter, Ludwell Harrison. Wife, Susannah Harrison. Wife, Susannah Harrison, Brother, Nathaniel Harrison, and Nicholas Massenburg, named as Executors. Witnesses were Anne Bozman and Anne Rispis. Will of Benjamin Harrison, Gentleman, dec’d., presented by Col. Nathaniel Harrison.
DEEDS &C., 1754-1768, page 185, Surry County, Virginia

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, VIRGINIA:

General Index to Wills, Inventories, Or Sales, 1732-1948
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1762 March 16 (written) – James Harrison will bk 4, p 292 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I James Harrison … my last will and testament …
… unto my beloved wife (Sarah Harrison) my plantation during the time she lives as widow … after … plantation to be rented yearly till my two children come to the age of 18 or marry and then to be equally divided …. between my daughter Rebecca Harrison and my daughter Dolley Harrison
… I give unto Thomas Harrison one certain tract or parcel of land containing 150 acres … on Halls Swamp … provided Thomas Harrison will pay unto Howell Whittington what I was to give for the said land that is 7 pounds to be paid in April next and 7 pounds 15 shillings to be paid in April 1763 …
… appoint my loving wife and Thomas Harrison … executors …
Signed: James Harrison.
Wit: Thomas Morris, James Blanks, John Renner.
… proved up 24th May 1762 …
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1763 James Harrison inventory bk 4, p 321 Brunswick County, Virginia

1763 Joseph Harrison will, bk 4, p 347 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I Joseph Harrison … my Last Will and Testament …
… unto my beloved daughter Nancy Chappell one negro girl slave named Phillis …
… unto my beloved son William Harrison one negro slave named Sharper one bed and furniture and one bay horse colt ….
… unto my beloved son Daniel Harrison one negro girl Sarah and one negro boy slave named Ambrose one feather bed and furniture and one gray … mare
… unto my beloved son Benjamin Harrison one negro woman slave named Patti and one feather bed and furniture …
… unto my beloved son Simmons Harrison one negro girl slave named Judith and one feather bed and furniture …
… unto my daughter Pattey Harrison one negro woman slave Jinney and one feather bed and furniture …
… unto my beloved wife Elizabeth Harrison all my stock … all my other estate I have not before given away … my negro man slave named Tom be sold … that money unto my beloved wife … this 8th day of March 1763 …
Signed: Joseph Harrison.
Wit: Joseph Carter, Daniel Harrison, Frederick Marlin.
… prove the 28th day of May 1763 …
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1763 Joseph Harrison inventory, bk 4, p 356. Brunswick County, Virginia

1770 Thomas Harrison inventory, bk 4, p 19 Brunswick County, Virginia
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1779 Nov – Gabriel Harrison will, bk 5, p 81 Brunswick County, Virginia
Nov ___ (proved up) – I Gabriel Harrison … my Last Will and Testament
… I give and bequeath to my son Nathaniel Harrison one negro boy Harry ….
… I give and bequeath to my son James Harrison one negro boy Bob …
… all my land divided between my two sons Nathaniel and James Harrison
… I give and bequeath to my daughter Jane Harrison one negro girl Fanny …
… I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah Anne Harrison one negro girl Visey ….
… I give and bequeath to my loving wife the following negroes: Peter, Grace, Betty, and Tom…
my wife Sarah Anne Harrison executrix… set my hand … 12 day of June 1779.
Signed: Gabriel Harrison. Wit: James Blich.
Proved up ___ Nov. 1779.
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1780 Gabriel Harrison inventory, bk 5, p 95 Brunswick County, Virginia

1783 Arthur Harrison, inventory, bk 2, p 269 Brunswick County, Virginia
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1786 Feb 27 (proveup) – William Harrison, will, bk 5, p 161 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I William Harrison of Brunswick County … make this my Last Will and Testament …
… I give … to my daughter Ann Marshall 12 pounds current money …
… I give … to my daughter Martha Lashley 12 pounds current money …
… I give … the rest of my estate both real and personal to be equally divided between my children Ann Marshall, Henry Harrison, William Harrison, Martha Lashley
… I appoint Henry Harrison and Benjamin Lashley my executors …
… my seal this 10th day of Nov 1785 …
Signed: William Harrison. Wits: Mary Williams, John Camp.
… Proved up Feb 27, 1786 by Elizabeth Harrison widow of William Harrison decd
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1786 William Harrison inventory, bk 5, p 171 Brunswick County, Virginia

1786 June 26 –  Henry Harrison will, bk 5, p 174 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I Henry Harrison … my Last Will and Testament …
… I give … unto my daughter Mary Harrison one negro by the name of Lett …
… I give … to my son John Harrison 150 acres …
… I give … unto my son Peter Harrison … residue of my land …
… I lend unto Mary Williams the use of the dwelling house I now live in … (slaves, furniture, etc) … at her death to be equally divided among my children …
… all the rest and residue of my personal estate to be equally divided among my surviving children when my son Peter Harrison shall arrive to the age of 21 years …
… I appoint Major Binns Jones, and Mary Williams my Executor and Executrix …
… my seal this 14th of April 1786…
Signed: Henry Harrison. Wit: Gresham Hagood, Ephraim Jackson, George Steagall…
… proved up the 26th of June 1786…
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1787 Feb 26 proveup – Joney Harrison will, bk 5, p. 195 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I Joney Harrison … this 15 day of August 1780 … my Last Will and Testament …
… I lent unto my loving daughter Jane late two negroes: Peg, Doll (and furniture and riding eqpt)… after her decease … to be equally divided amongst her children …
… I give … unto my son Gronen Owen one bed and furniture to him …
… I give …. rest of my estate both real and personal to be divided between my son Richard Brown Owen and my son Grovener Owen …
… appoint my said son Richard Brown Owen and my son Grovener Owen … executors …
… my seal this ___ day of ___
Signed: Jona Harrison (her mark). Wits: Samuel Harwell Jr, Samuel Harwell, Mary Harwell.
proved up the 26th day of Feb 1787 …
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1791 Feb 28 proveup – William Harrison will, bk 5, p 414 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I William Harrison … make this my Last Will and Testament …
… I lend unto my wife Pattey Harrison the Mill and Mill tract of land also 5 negroes namely Fillis, Bob, Sarah, Hamton, and Quark… during her life in widowhood then to return to Polley Mayjor Harrison …
… I give unto my wife one horse and colt, one feather bed, (other stock and household items, etc) …
… Item I give my daughter Polley Mayjor Harrison all the residue of my estate both real and personal … when she arrives to the age of 18 or marrys … I desire that my plantation may be kept up and all may continue together this year … I leave Christopher Thrower and Benjamin Lashly my executors … this 9 day of Feb 1791 …
Signed: William Harrison. Wit: William Batte, Susanah Vaughn, John King.
… Proved up Feb 28, 1791 …
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1791 William Harrison inventory, bk 5, p 436 Brunswick County, Virginia

1792 Benjamin Harrison a/c sales, bk 5, p 455 Brunswick County, Virginia

1792 Henry Harrison inventory, bk 5, p 493 Brunswick County, Virginia

1792 Henry Harrison a/c sales, bk 5, p 494 Brunswick County, Virginia

1794 Oct 27 (proveup), 1776 March 18 (will written) – Benjamin Harrison, will, bk 5, p 552 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I Benjamin Harrison … this my Last Will and Testament …
… unto my well beloved brother Nathaniel Harrison … 200 acres of land … in Brunswick County joyning Drury House … all my accts and rest of my whole estate … seal this 18th day of March 1776 …
Signed: Benjamin Harrison. Wit: Joshua Winfield, Chislea Curtis, Robert Lanier.
… Proved up Oct 27, 1794 …
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1796 Benjamin Harrison a/c current bk 6, p 9. Brunswick County, Virginia

1796 Jan 26 proveup … James Harrison Sr. will, bk 6, p 14 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I James Harrison Sr … this my Last Will and Testament …
… unto Nancy Washington the sum of 5 shillings …
… unto Robert Wyle Washington a negro boy Isham and if the said Wyle Washington die without an heir the said Isham to return to my family …
… the whole of my estate both real and personal be kept together during my loving Maryan Harrison’s life in order to pay my just debts and to support my family and after the death of my wife Maryan Harrison to be equally divided between all my children (to wit): Robert Harrison, Wyle Harrison, James Harrison, Polly Harrison, Naomi Harrison, Carter Harrison, Benjamin Harrison and William Cole Harrison ….
… I do appoint Robert Harrison, Wyle Harrison and James Harrison … executors …
… seal this 21 day of October 1795 …
Signed: James Harrison. Wit: William Stainback, W. Parham, Rebecca Miskell.
… proved up Jan 25, 1796…
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1796 James Harrison inventory, bk 6, 27 Brunswick County, Virginia

1796 Oct 24 proveup – Nathaniel Harrison, will, bk 6, p 63 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I Nathaniel Harrison … my Last Will and Testament …
… to my son Charles Harrison the land and plantation whereon he now lives containing 200 acres (description) …
… to my son Charles Harrison all my land on the South side of Lancers branch …
… to my son Cuddy Harrison the land and plantation whereon he now lives …
… to my loving wife the land and plantation whereon I now live, during her natural life and at her death I give the said land and plantation … to my son Cuddy Harrison …
… to my daughter Polly Smith at the death of my wife 4 negroes viz: Billender, Bunch, Creacy, and Harry…
… to my loving wife Olive Harrison one negro man named Ned …
… to my daughter Polly Smith …
…. to my daughter Olive Smith …
… remainder of my estate at the death or marriage of Olive my wife to be divided between Nathaniel Harrison, James Harrison, Jenny Rivers and Sarah Anne Harrison …
… my will and desire … to support or maintain the said John Edmunds out of my estate during life …
… appoint my sons Charles and Cuddy Harrison … executors ….
… seal this 25 day of March 1794 …
Signed: Nathaniel Harrison. Wit: John Goode, Collins Lanier, Richard Adkins.
… proved up Oct 24, 1796 …
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1798 William Harrison inv, bk 6, p 179 Brunswick County, Virginia

1799 Nathaniel Harrison, inv, bk 6, p 221 Brunswick County, Virginia

1799 Oct 28 proveup – Benjamin Harrison will, bk 6, p 244 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I Benjamin Harrison … my Last Will and Testament
… my daughters Sally and Mary Harrison have the use of the house wherin I reisde and as much of my land as shall be necessary for them to cultivate … until they marry …
… to my daughter Sally Harrison my negro man named Randle … until she shall mary … after … I give said negro to my son John Harrison
… to my daughter Sally Harrison my negroes Silvay and Viney … one bay horse … womans saddle and bridle (furniture, etc) …
… to my daughter Mary Harrison my negroes Jinney and Mimey … (furniture, etc) …
… to my son Benjamin Harrison one negro boy named Dick …
… to my son Charles Harrison all the tract of land …. whereon I now live …
… to my daughters Sally and Mary Harrison
… the rest of my children not named in this will long heretofore provided for by me I give them 5 shillings each as their full proportion of my estate … appoint my son Charles Harrison executor … seal this 26 day of September 1799…
Signed: Benjamin Harrison. Wit: Edwin Cook, William Manning, Drury Clanton.
Proved up Oct 28, 1799.
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1800 Benjamin Harrison inv, bk 6, p 281 Brunswick County, Virginia

1800 Theo Harrison inv bk 6, p 284 Brunswick County, Virginia

1801 June 22 – Thomas Harrison will, bk 6, p 337 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I Thomas Harrison … my Last Will and Testament …
… my wife Mary Harrison keep all my estate together untill all my just debts be paid ….
… my beloved wife Mary Harison the land whereon I now live containing 247 acres … negroes Faitha, Austin, Doctor, Will, Pete, and Peter …
… my son John Harrison the land which I purchased of Robert Brooks … east side of Little Creek containing 100 acres ….
… to my son Thomas Harrison 100 acres … John Barners corner on Washington’s line …
my sons Mark Harrison and James Harrison all the rest of my land to be equally divided between them …
… my son Henry Harrison one cow and yearling and also 75 acres …
… my wife Mary Harrison all the balance of my stock and cattle (etc) …
… at the death of my wife be equally divided amongst all my children (to wit) John Harrison, William Harrison, Henry Harrison, Frances Archer, Tabetha Bolton, Marke Harrison, Nathaniel Harrison, Amos Harrison, Thomas Harrison, Martha Harrison and Elizabeth Harrison
Mark Harrison, James Harrison, and Thomas Harrison is not to possess the land given to them in this will until after the death of my wife Mary Harrison…
… my sons William Harrison, James Harrison executors …
… seal this 30 day of March 1801 ….
Signed: Thomas Harrison. Wit: Isaac Hicks, Stephen White, James Griffeth, Bushrod Webb, James Harwell.
… Proved up June 22, 1801…
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1801 Thomas Harrison inv, bk 6, p 349 Brunswick County, Virginia

1801 William Harrison a/c current, bk 6, p 490 Brunswick County, Virginia

1803 Polly M Harrison, inv, bk 6, p 495 Brunswick County, Virginia

1804 Thomas Harrison a/c current bk 7, p 11. Brunswick County, Virginia

1805 James Harrison a/c sales, bk 7, p 106 & 118 Brunswick County, Virginia

1805 Nathaniel Harrison a/c sales, bk 7, p 131 Brunswick County, Virginia

1806 March 24 proveup – Carter Harrison, will, bk 7, p 161 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I Carter Harrison … my last will and testament … intending to transit to sundry parts of the Continent of America and my return being unsafe or doubtfull ….
… to my two brothers namely James Harrison and Benjamin Harrison my interest in the land purchased of the Estate of my father, James Harrison decd situated in Brunswick County … also my negro man Will … (stock listed and crops, etc)….
… appoint James Harrison and Benjamin Harrison my executors …
… seal the 6th day of September 1805 …
Signed: Carter Harrison. Wit: Mark Harrison, James Harrison, Tabitha Harrison
… proved up March 24, 1806 …
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1809 Aug 28 proveup – Daniel Harrison will, bk 7, p 359 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I Daniel Harrison … my Last Will and Testament …
… to my beloved son John Harrison … my land …. (description of tract)… also bed and furniture (etc) …
… to my son Richard Harrison … land (description) … also bed and furniture (etc) …
… lend to my daughter Nancy Townes … one tract of land (description) … at my daughters death … her heirs …
… to my son Samuel Harrison 50 dollars ….
… to my wife Mary Harrison the residue of the tract of land whereon I now live … for her use during her life and at her death the said land and plantation I give to my son Samuel Harrison (and furniture, etc)…
my son Samuel Harrison shall have liberty to raise his mill dam four feet higher if he thinks proper ….
my loving wife Mary Harrison the whole executrix …
… seal this 19 day of Oct 1808 …
Signed: Daniel Harrison. Wit: John P Malone, William Williams, Philip Owen.
… Proved up Aug 28, 1809…
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1812 Theophilus Harrison, inv, bk 7, p 504 Brunswick County, Virginia

1812 Theophilus Harrison, a/c sales, bk 7, p 506 Brunswick County, Virginia

1814 Nov 28 proveup – William Harrison will, bk 8, p 119 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I William Harrison … my Last Will and Testament …
my beloved wife Elizabeth Harrison … the use of all my estate for her support during her life and at her death I give my estate as follows:
… unto my two daughters Caty and Nacy my whole estate to be equally divided between …
… appoint John Tillman executor ….
… seal this 7th day of Oct 1814 …
Signed: William Harrison. Wits: John Barnar Jr, Thomas Barker, James Harrison.
… proved up Nov 28, 1814 …
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1815 July 24 – Cuddy Harrison will, bk 8, p 187 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I Cuddy Harrison … my Last Will and Testament
… my daughter Frances Thweatt Short one negro woman Pheby …
… to my son Gabriel Harrison the tract of land whereon he now resides containing 180 acres and one negro boy Randolph and negro girl Merier …
… to my daughter Amy Harwell? one negro girl named Sue …. on negro boy named Ned ….
… to my son Nathaniel Harrison one negro boy Peter, one negro girl Grace (and furniture and stock described) … … and the tract of land whereon I now live containing 260 acres …
… two rooms of the dwelling house … the chamber and shed room I lend to my daughter Martha P. Harrison and Polly Harrison and at their death or marriage I give the same to Nathaniel Harrison
… to my daughter Martha P Harrison one negro man Toba, one negro girl Creise, on negro boy Granderson, (plus furniture and stock described) …
… to my daughter Polley Harrison one negro man Abraham, one negro woman Diley and her child Charles, on negro boy Stewart, (furniture and stock described) …
… I lend to my grandson William F Mealer during his lifetime the following slaves (to wit): one negro man Jubiter, one negro girl Quensency, and one negro girl Sidney … at his death to be equally divided amongst children … in case William P. Mealer should mary, I then give the aforesaid mentioned slaves to him and his heirs …
Nathaniel Harrison shall act as guardian for William P. Mealer until he comes of lawful age …
… balance of my estate to be sold and after paying my just debts to be equally amongst my children and William P Mealer
… appoint Gabriel Harrison and Nathaniel Harrison executors …
… seal this 12 day of May 1815 …
Signed: Cuddy Harrison. Wit: Jesse Reid, Edward C Smith.
Proved up July 24, 1815.
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1816 Cuddy Harrison inv, bk 8, p 247 Brunswick County, Virginia

1816 John Harrison Jr inv, bk 8, p 299 Brunswick County, Virginia

1817 William Harrison inv, bk 8, p 331 Brunswick County, Virginia

1823 Mary Harrison will, bk 9, p 278 Brunswick County, Virginia
… I Mary Harrison widow and relict of Daniel Harrison decd …. my Last Will and Testament …
… to my son John Harrison 100 dollars …
… to my daughter Nancy 25 dollars …
… to my grandson Richard Harmon Harrison 50 dollars ….
… to my sister Rebecca … 25 acres of my land during her life purchased since the death of my husband …
… my said sister (bed, furniture and stock, etc)….
… all the rest of my estate … equally divided between the children of my deceased son Samuel as the respectively arrive of age or marry …
… appoint my daughter in law Elizabeth Harrison the widow of my son Samuel, and my sister Rebecca Harrison my … executors …
… seal this 20th day of November 1822…
Signed: Mary Harrison. Wit: Phil Claiborne, Thomas S Harrison, Herod J Butler, William H Harrison.
Codicil .. whereas I have omited … a small bequest …. to my grandson Harrison Chappell Mangrum …. to him …. one bed, sheets, blankett … 20th day of Nov 1822.
… proved up Jan 27, 1823 …
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1732 Gabriel Harrison to John Butcher, bk 1, p 7-8 Brunswick County, Virginia
… a deed to Gabriel Harrison. (Mutilated) … on the river a little below swamp pond … south side of Butchers Creek (Order Book 1, p 10 shows that John Butcher acknowledge deeds to Gabriel Harrison.).

1736-37 Jan 3-4 – Benjamin Harrison to Thomas Austine, bk 1, p 337-8 Brunswick County, Virginia
… Benjamin Harrison, Esq., of Charles City Co, to Thomas Austine, Gent. of same. Lease and release; L 50. 1907 acres on North side of Makerrin River and both sides of Tetero Creek part of 2907 acres patented by Benjamin Harrison, Esq… on the road … to Thomas Cock’s line …
Signed: Benjamin Harrison.
Wit: L. Delony, Clem Read, J. Wall, Benjamin Taylor, John Davis.

1739 Apr 2-3 – Nathaniel Harrison from William Kimball, bk 1, p 541-2 Brunswick County, Virginia
… William Kimball of St Andrew’s Parish, Brunswick Co, to Nathaniel Harrison of Brandon Parish, Prince George Co, lease and release; for L45. 371 acres on N side of Maherrin River on N side of Rockey Creek … at the mouth of a branch just below the mill … to said Harrison’s corner on Maherin River … patented 7 March 1736.
William (W) Kimball.
Wit: John Bishop, Henry (H) Jackson, Peter Wych, Edward Green.
3 April 1740. Proved by Henry Jackson, Peter Wych, John Bishop and Edward Green.

1740-41 March 16 – Benjamin Harrison to John Jones, bk 1, p 491 Brunswick County, Virginia
… John Jones of Prince George Co, to Benjamin Harrison of Charles City Co, Gent …mortgage to secure L 100. 350 acres known as Poplar Plantation, and 13 slaves.
Signed: John Jones, Benjamin Harrison.
Wits: Thomas Hall, John Jones, Ste: Dewey.
Schedule of debts for which the mortgage is given: to Richard Blake, William Kennon Jr, Burwell Green, Col. John Allen, Benjamin Harrison.

1740 March 5 – Benjamin Harrison to James Johnson bk 3, p 279
Indenture made the 5th day of March, 1740, between Benjamin Harrison of Lunenburg County and James Johnson of Brunswick County, for _____ pounds, conveying 274 acres, lying on South side of the Great Creek and on both sides of the Mill Creek, and being same land granted by Letters of Patent bearing date of July 25, 1741. Names of the witnesses were not given. Acknowledged in Court on March 5, 1746 by Benjamin Harrison and Elizabeth Harrison, wife of the said Benjamin Harrison, personally appeared and relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 3, page 279. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1740 March 5 – Indenture made 5 March 1740 between Benjamin Harrison of Lunenburge County and James Johnson of Brunswick County, £ , 274a, on South side of the Great Creek &; on both sides of the Mill Creek by Letter Patent dated 25 July 1741. Signed Benjamin Harrison. Court March 5, 1746, Indenture acknowledged by Benjamin Harrison, and Elizabeth the wife of the said Benjamin personally appeared in Corut and relinquished her Right of Dower. Deed Book 3, Page 279. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1740 March 13 – Benjamin Harrison from James Mumford, etc, bk 2, p 425 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture tripartite made the 13th day of March, 1740, between James Munford, William Stark, Theodorick Bland, Gentlemen of Prince George County, and Benjamin Harrison of Brunswick County, for 40 pounds, conveying __ hundred and 65 acre tract, being same granted to __________________ by Letters of Patent bearing date of June 16, 172 . Witnesses were John Wall, Walter Campbell, Samuel Gordon, and Robert Jones, Jr., and Theophilus Feild. Acknowledged in Court on ________________, at which time, Elizabeth Munford, wife of the said James Munford, appeared and relinquished her dower. Deed Book 2, page 425.
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1741 Aug 6 – Gabriel Harrison to Abraham Cooke, bk 2, p 93-4 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture (Lease) made the 6th day of August, 1741, between Gabriel Harrison of the County of Prince George, and Abraham Cook of the County of Hanover, for 5 shillings, conveying 300 acres on North side of Roanoke River a little below Swan Pond. Witnesses were John Dodd and William Baker. Acknowledged in Court on August 6, 1741. Deed Book 2, page 93. Release begins on page 94.
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1741 Sept 3 – Deed of Gift of 1741, from Ambrose Jackson, Sr. and his son, Ambros Jackson and son-in-law, Samuel Harwell, Tracts on South side of Little Creek, (1st tract): Beginning at the mouth of a small branch on the Creek aforesaid so running up the said branch to Benjamin Harrisons line thence up the said Harrisons line to a corner tree of John Ogbun thence along the said Ogbun line to the said Little Creek, so down the said creek to the first station concluding 150 acres. (Other tract): Beginning on the small branch aforesaid running up the said branch to the said Benjamin Harrisons line so down the said Harrisons line to a corner of William Collers land so up the said Collers line to the first Station concluding 150 acres. Being the same land granted to Ambros Jackson, Sr. by Letters of Patent bearing date of 1732.
Witnesses were Thomas Lanier and Wm. Collier. Acknowledged in Court on September 3, 1741. Deed Book 2, page 99. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1742 Aug 3 – Indenture made the 3rd day of August, 1742, between James Pittillo of Bristol Parish, County of Prince George, and John Cox of St. Andrews Parish, County of Brunswick, for 30 pounds, conveying 252 acres in the fork of Sturgeon Run, bounded by the line of Gabriel Harrison and Henry Morris and granted to the said James Pettillo by Letters of Patent bearing date of September 10, 1735. Witnesses were Abraham Cocke and Joshua Smith.
Acknowledged in Court on September 2, 1742. Deed Book 2, page 178. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1743 June 5 – Benjamin Harrison to Samuel Wilson, bk 2, p 286 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 5th day of June, 1743, between Benjamin Harrison of Brunswick County, and Samuel Wilson, for 16 pounds, conveying 238 acres on the head of the great branches of ______ of Reeds Creek as by Letters of Patent granted to the said Benjamin Harrison, bearing date of November 23, 1742.
Acknowledged in Court on May 5, 1742, at which time Elizabeth Harrison, his wife, appeared and relinquished her dower. Deed Book 2, page 286. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1744 Benjamin Harrison and wife, etc, to John Willis bk 2, p 484 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 16th day of ________, 1744, between Benjamin Harrison of Surry County, and Susanna, his wife, and Nathaniel Harrison of Prince George County, and Mary, his wife, and John Willis of Gloucester County, Gent., for 668 pounds, 1 shilling, and 6 pence, conveying 3,265 acres on both sides of Three Creeks formerly in Surry County, and being same lands granted to Nathaniel Harrison, Esq. by Letters of Patent bearing date of November 18, 1724; 625 acre tract of land on South side of Little Creek of the Three Creeks formerly in Surry County, and being same land granted to Nathaniel Harrison, Esq., dec’d. by Letters of Patent bearing date of December 14, 1723; 425 acre tract on South side of Three Creek and on North side of ______ Creek, being same lands granted to James Washington by Letters of Patent bearing date of February 22, 1722, and sold by the said James Washington to Nathaniel Harrison, Esq., dec’d.; 490 acre tract on both side of Maherrin River, being same lands granted to David Crawley, now deceased, by Letters of Patent bearing date of February 18, 1722, and sold to Nathaniel Harrison, Esq., dec’d.; 130 acre tract on North side of Maherrin River granted to David Crawley by Letters of Patent bearing date of February 22, 1724 and by David Crawley was given and devised to Nathaniel Harrison, Esq., dec’d. and devised to Benjamin Harrison by the Last Will and Testament of Nathaniel Harrison, Esq., dec’d., dated December 15, 1726 ; and 240 acre tract on Uriah’s Branch, according to a survey of land made for Benjamin Harrison by Drury Stith, dated January ___, 17__. Witnesses were Nathaniel Edwards, William Skipwith, Fal Skipwith, Augt. Curtis, John Emerley, Thos. Emerley. Acknowledged receipt of money from John Willis paid by the hands of his father, Col. Francis Willis. Deed Book 2, page 484.
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1744 Aug 2 – Benjamin Harrison from John Andrews, bk 2, p 478 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 2nd day of August, 1744, between John Andrews of Surry County, and Benjamin Harrison of Brunswick County, conveying 274 acres on South side of Great Creek and on both sides of the Mill Creek, and being the same lands granted to John Andrews by Letters of Patent bearing date of July 25, 1741.
Names of the witnesses were not given. Acknowledged in Court on August 2, 1744. Deed Book 2, page 478.
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1745 Jan 2 – Indenture made the 2 day of January, 1745 (sic), between Thomas Williams of Prince George County, and Rachel, his wife, and John Cox of Brunswick County, and Lucretia, his wife, parties of the first part, and John Evans of Brunswick County, for 60 pounds, conveying 250 acres in the fork of Sturgeon Run, beginning at Gabriel Harrison’s line. . . Henry Morris’s line, the same being formerly granted to James Pittillo by Letters of Patent bearing date of September 10, 1735, and the said James Pittillo sold to the said John Cox and by the said John Cox for some special cause conveyed to the said Thomas Williams. Names of the witnesses were not given. Acknowledged in Court on January 2, 1745. Deed Book 3, page 117. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1746 Aug 7 – Indenture made the 7th day of August, 1746, between John Evans of Brunswick County, Planter, and John Duke, of same, for 40 pounds, conveying 300 acres, granted to the said John Evans by Letters of Patent bearing the date of the 1st day of February, in the 12th year of the reign of our lord the King, on both sides of Rosses’ Creek, beginning at Harrison’s Corner Great Poplar on the lower side of the Creek. Names of the witnesses were not given.
Acknowledged in Court on September 4, 1746, by John Evans and Elizabeth Evans, wife of the said John Evans, appeared and relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 3, page 219. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1746 Sept 26 – Indenture made the 26th day of September, 1746, between Nicholas Lanier, conveying unto my well beloved son, Nicholas Shepherd Lanier, trance on South side of Sturgeon Creek, begging at a corner hiccory (sic) of Gabriel Harrison’s line. . . containing 369 acres, which was granted unto William Read by Patent dated 1726, and purchased of him by me. Witnesses were William Hill and Thomas Lanier. Acknowledged in Court on February 5, 1746. Deed Book 3, page 250. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1747 May 6 – Gabriel Harrison to Nathaniel Harrison gift, bk 3, p 322 Brunswick County, Virginia
Deed of Gift dated the 6th day of May, 1747, between Gabriel Harrison, of Bath Parish, County of Prince George, Planter, and Nathaniel Harrison, his son, of St. Andrews Parish, County of Brunswick, conveying 180 acres on both sides of Sturgeon Run, and being same land granted to Gabriel Harrison, by Letters of Patent bearing date of July 7, 1726. Acknowledged in Court on May 6, 1747. Deed Book 3, page 322.
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1747 May 6 – Gabril Harrison of Bath Parish, Prince George County, Planter, for Love and Affection I have &; bear unto my beloved son Nathaniel Harrison of St. Adnrew Parish, Brunswick Counthy, Planter, 180a, on both sides of Sturgeon Run, the same being formerly granted to me the said Gabriel Harrison by Letters patent dated 7 July 1726, Beginning at a Corner dogwood on the reedy beaverpond branch thence North thirty degrees East two hundred poles to a Corner thence east three degrees South one hundred &; twenty Poles thence South fifty six poles to the mouth of a branch thence up the branch as it meanders to a Corner thence west three degrees North one hundred &; seventy poles to the Beginning, dated 6 May 1747. Signed Gabriel Harrison (bhm). Court May 6, 1747, Deed of Give acknowledged by Gabril Harrison. Deed Book 3, Page 322. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1748 Jan 4 – Nathaniel Harrison from Robert Gee bk 3, p 537 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 4th day of January, 1748, between Robert Gee and Nathaniel Harrison, for 37 pounds and 10 shillings, conveying 413 acres, adjoining land of Lanier, Read, Harwell and Lloyd, and being part of land granted to the said Robert Gee by Letters of Patent bearing date of January 12, 1746 (MDCCXXXVI). Witnesses were M. Cadet Young, Hervy Morris, and William Morris.
Acknowledged in Court on March 2, 1748. Deed Book 3, page 537.
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1748 Jun 13 – Pole for Drury Stith–William Wall, James Denman, Henry Embry,
John Moutrey, Giles Kelly, William McKinney, William Maclin,
James Speed, Hezekiah Massie, Thomas Loyd (Sworn), Lewelling
Jones, Robert Christy, Thomas Butt, Richd. Hagood, Randal Brasie,
William Jones, Augustine Hightower, Geo. Tilman, Stephen Caudle,
Mason Bishop, Hubard Quarles, John Johnson, John Avery, William
Brewer, William Smith, Roger Reese (Sworn), Thomas Lanior,
William Lindsey, William Scoggin, William Green, George Deardan,
Robt. Dunkley, Robt. Cunnell, Francis Lett, Hix Jones, Henry
Bailey, Hugh Williams, William Averice, William Mosely, Hezekiah
Massie, Owen Strange, Thomas Twitty, William Smith, Josias Floyd,
Thomas Procter, Drury Malone (Swonr), Geo. Tilman Junr., Francis
Hagood, Geo: Hagood, Thomas Brooks, Richard Birch, John Lambert,
Nicholas Proctor, Sampson Caudle, William Gower, John Birch,
Robt. Gee, James Rigbie, Francis Stainback, Shep: Lanier,
Curthbert Smith, William Stroud, William White, Samuel Crafts,
Geo: Cain, Aths. Robinson, John Duke, Henry Jones, David Sinclr,
John Steed, William Petty, William Randle, William Wray, Benjamin
Lanier, John Moore, Robert Hicks, John Hicks, Thomas Dean, John
Randle, Charles Goulster, John Maclin, William Read, Peter
Simmons, Isaac House, Geo: Clayton, John Marshall, John Ward,
Stehpen Scizon, Hinchy Mabry, Richard Pepper, Lanuel Lanier, John
Mishaux, Charles King, James Cooke, William Ledbetter, George
Wilson, nathl. Harrison, Thomas Loyd, Senr., John Ingram, Jesse
Tatum, John Pettaway, To: Mabry (Sworn), William Tilman, Sampson
Lanier, Theok: Bland, Richard. Swanson, William House, William
Smith, Geo: Mosely, Thomas Clanton, Thomas Mosely, Isaac Matthis,
John Fennel, James Maclin, John Ezell, Edward Hueland, John Geo:
Pennington, William Nance, William Bailey, Drury Robinson, Daniel
Taylor, James Johnson, Samuel Russell, John Johnson, Peter Tatum,
John Butts, Michael Young, Richard Russell, Thomas Jones, John
Evans, Griffin Humphris, George Clark [Clack], Richard Scogging,
John Moorston, James Parrish, William Scoggin, Richd: Burnett,
Edward Davis, Baxter Davis, Chris: Tatum, George Sims, John Wall,
Robt. Rynolds, John Davis, Edward Robinson, Joseph Burnett, James
Clack, Abraham Phenix, Charles Matthis (sworn), William Short,
John Hagood, James hicks, James Taply, John Johnson, William
Williams, James Love, James Parham, John Edwards, Thomas
Hardiway, Geo: Scogging, Richard Yarburough, James Bennitt,
William Edwards, Nicholas Lanier, Robt. Briggs, Henry Simmons,
James McDaniel, John Burrow, William Burrown, William Duggar,
John Rose, John Robinson, Thomas Jackson, Charles Collier, George
Stainback, William Robinson, John Parker, William Eaton, John
Douglas, John Thornton, Henry Jackson, Nathaniel Hicks, Henry
Morris, William Morris, John Jackson, David Walker, Hubbard
Ferril, Jehue Peebles, John Collier, Lewis Parham, James Moseley,
Samuel Harwell, Isaac Collier, William Pennington, Samuel Cental,
Batt Peterson, John Jones, Thomas Johns, Thomas Sadler, Charles
Lucas, Benja: C: Donaldson, John Willis, Nicholas Lanier, Thomas
Person, William Samford, Sterling Clack. Michael Wall Sherif.
Deed Book 3, Page 513,
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Pole for Sterling Clack–William Wall, Francis Deloah, James
Denman, Henry Embry, John Moultry, Giles Kelley, William
McKinney, William Maclin, James Speed, Hezekiah Massie, Thomas
Lloyd, Lewelling Jones, Robert Christy, Thomas Bull, Richard
Hagood, Randall Brasie, William Jones, Augustine Hightower, Geo:
Tilman, Stephen Caudle, Mason Bishop, Hubbard Quarles, John
Averie, William Brewer, William Smith, Roger Reece, Abrahm
Burton, Thomas Lanoir, William Lyndsey, William Scogging, William
Green, Geo: Deardin, Robt. Dunkley, Robt. Cunnel, Francis Lett,
Hix Jones, Henry Bailey, Hugh Williams, William Averice, Hezekiah
Massie, Owen Strange, Thomas Twitty, William Smith, John
Sulivant, Jos: Floyd, Thomas Proctor, Drury Malone, Geo: Tilman,
Francis Hagood, Geo: Hagood, Thomas Brooks, Richard Birch,
William McKnight, Nicholas Edmunds, John Lambert, Nicholas
Proctor, Sampson Caudle, William Gower, John Birch, Robert Gee,
James Rigbie, Francis Stainback, Edward Adams, Shep: Lanier,
Curthbert Smith, William Stroud, Samuel Crafts, Thomas Scizon,
Geo: Cain, Athanatious Robinson, John Duke, Henry Jones, David
Sinclar, Lamuel Cocke, William Petty, William Randle, William
Wray, Benjamin Lanier, John Moore, Robt. Hicks, John Hicks, Geo:
Harper, John Ray, John Harwell, Thomas Dean, John Randle, Charles
Goulstor, James Lanier, John Maclin, William Read, Peter Simmons,
Isaac House, Geo: Clayton, John Marshall, John Ward, Stephen
Scizom, Hinchy Mabry, Richard Pepper, Lamuel Lanier, Charles
King, James Cooke, Geo: Wilson, nathl: Harrison, Thomas Lloyd
Senr., John Ingram, Jesse Tatum, John Pettaway, Jo: Mabry,
William Tilman, Sap Lanier, Theodk: Bland, Richard Swanson,
William House, William Smith, Junr. William Smith, Junr. Isaac
Matthis, James Maclin, John Ezell, Edward Hueland, John Geo:
Pennington, William Nance, William Bailey, Drewry Robinson,
Daniel Taylor, James Johnson, Samuel Russell, John Johnson, Peter
Tatum, Adam Sims, Michael Young, Richard Russell, Thomas Jones,
Thomas Carril, John Evans, Griffin Humphris, Geo: Clark, Richard
Scogging, John Moreton, James Parrish, William Scoging, Edward
Davis, Baxter Davis, Chrs: Tatum, Geo: Simms, John Wall, Robt.
Rynolds, John Davis, Edward Robinson, James Clack, Abraham
Phenix, Charles Matthis, William Short, John Hagood, James
Tapley, John Jackson, Daniel Carril, William Smith, William
Williams, James Love, James Parham, John Edwards, Thomas
Hardiway, Geo: Scogging, Richrd. Yarburough, James Bennitt,
William Edwards, Nicholas Lanier, Robt. Briggs, Henry Simmons,
James Macdaniel, John Burrow, William Burrown, William Duggar,
John Rose, John Robinsons, Thomas Jackson, Geo: Stainback, John
Parker, William Eaton, John Duglas, John Thornton, Henry Jackson,
Henry Morris, William Morris, John Jackson, David Walker, John
Daniel, Jehue Peebles, John Collier, Thomas Jackson, Lewis
Parham, James Moseley, Hinchy Mabry, Samuel Harwel, William
Pennington, Samuel Cental, Batt Peterson, John Jones, Thomas
Jones, Thomas Sadler, William Whittington, John Yarburough,
Thomas Cock, Thomas Avant, Nichs. Lanier, John Hunt, Thomas
Parson, William Samford, Drury Stith, John Robinson, Edward
Goodrich, Richd. Lanier. Micahel Wall Sheriff. This 13th Day of
June 1748. Miachel Wall Sherif made Oath before me that this is
true copy taken for this County Given under my hand this day
above written. Signed John Willis. Deed Book 3, Page 515. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1748 Jan 4 – Indenture made 4 January 1748, betweenRobert Gee of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and Nathaneil Harrison of same. £37-10 Shillings, on South side of Sturgeon Runn, 413a. Signed Robert Gee. Witnesses: M Cadet Young, Henry Morris, William Morris. Court March 2, 1748, Indenture and memorandum acknowledged by Robert Gee. Deed Book 3, Page 537. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1749 Aug 17 – Indenture made 17 August 1749, between James Macdaniel of St. Andrew Parish, Brunswick County, and John Clack of same, £80, 247a, on South side of Shining Creek and bounded as by Patent dated 1 December 1740 which was granted to one William Maclin who afterwards sold the said land to the above said Macdaniel by Deed dated 1 november 1746. Signed James McDaniel. Witnesses: Robert Briggs, Lewis Lanier, Willm. Harrison. Court Seprtmber 26, 1749, Indenture acknowledged by James Macdaniel and Anne the wife of the said James personally appeared and relinquished her Right of Dower. Deed Book 3, Page 609. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1749 Sept 25 – Indenture made the 25th day of September, 1749, between John Randle and Robert Taylor of Amelia County, for 81 pounds and 1 shilling, conveying 250 acres on South side of Maherrin River on Cold Water Run, adjoining land of Mr. Harrison, and granted by Patent to John Randle and by Randle sold and conveyed to the said Robert Taylor. Witnesses were Daniel Sears and George Smith, Jr.
Acknowledged in Court on September 26, 1749, at which time, Frances Randle, wife of the said John Randle, appeared and voluntarily relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 3, page 597. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1751 Jan 21 – Benjamin Harrison from Thomas Alstine, bk 5, p 216 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 21st day of January, 1752, between Thomas Allstine of Surry County, Ship Carpenter, and Benjamin Harrison, for 25 pounds and 2 shillings, conveying 251 acres on North side of Totero Creek formerly granted. . . to the said Thomas Alstine. . . from Henry Harrison, Esq. of Huntingdon, beginning at a Mill Pond. Witnesses were James Stewart, John Dugger and The. Burk. Presented in Court on May 27, 1752. Deed Book 5, page 216.
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1751 March 29 – 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. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1751 Sept 25 – 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. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1751 Sept 25 – 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. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1751 Sept 25 – William Harrison from Thomas Alstine, bk 5, p 115 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 25th day of September, 1751, between Thomas Alstine of Surry County, Ship Carpenter, and William Harrison, Planter, for 25 pounds and 4 shillings, conveying 252 acres on North side of Tolers Creek formerly conveyed to said Thomas Alstine by law from Henry Harrison, Esq. of Huntington. Witnesses were Thomas Singleton and John Scarbro. Presented in Court on September 25, 1751. Deed Book 5, page 115.
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1751 Nov 9 – Benjamin Harrison to Nicholas Edmunds, bk 5, p 438 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 9th day of November, 1751, between Benjamin Harrison of Charles City County and Nicholas Edmunds of Brunswick County for 35 pounds, conveying 342 acres on South side of Great Creek. Witnesses were Thomas Cocke, David Hunter and Robert Jones, Jr. Presented in Court on May 27, 1752. Deed Book 5, page 438.
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1752 Oct 19 – Indenture made the 19th day of October 1752, between Thomas Alstine of Surry County and James Renn of Surry County, for 60 pounds, conveying 600 acres on South side of Totero Creek patented by Henry Harrison, Esq. and conveyed to Thomas Alstine. Signed by Thomas Allstine and wife, Mary Allstine. Witnesses were James Renn, Thos. Renn and John Masdin or Wasdin. Presented in Court on October 24, 1752. Deed Book 5, page 265. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1753 Aug 22 – Benjamin Harrison to Charles Stuart, bk 5, p 516 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 22nd day of August, 1753, between Charles Stuart of Brunswick County and Benjamin Harrison of Surry County, for 35 pounds, conveying 330 acres on South side of Nottoway River and on the East Side of Hick’s Branch. Witnesses were James Stuart, Henry Berry, William Stuart, and Elizabeth Carter. Presented in Court on September 25, 1753. Deed Book 5, page 516.
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1753 Dec 3 – Indenture made the 3rd day of December, 1753, between Benjamin Harrison of Surry County, Planter, and Anne, his wife, and James Roy of Surry County, for 30 pounds, conveying 252 acre tract purchased from Thomas Allstin. Witnesses were John Verell, John Harrison, Thos. Eldridge, Gray Brigg, and Ben Welden. Presented in Court on March 26, 1754. Deed Book 5, page 553. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1755 Apr 21 – Thomas Harrison from Hugh Hall and wife, bk 5, p 723 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 21st day of April, 1755, between Hugh Hall and Mary, his wife, of Dinwiddie County, and Thomas Harrison of Brunswick County, for 65 pounds, conveying 115 acres on North side of Three Creeks. Presented in Court on April 22, 1753. Deed Book 5, page 723.
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1755 Dec 22 – Benjamin Harrison from Randall Bracy, bk 6, p 4 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 22nd day of December, 1755, between Randal BRACEY and Benjamin HARRISON of Lunenburg County, for 275 pounds, conveying 1117 acres on Cock’s Creek, part of which was granted under a patent for 150 acres and conveyed from John NIPPER to BRACY on March 4, 1742, 73 acres under a patent bearing date of September 5, 1749, and also two other patent bearing date of 1755 for 314 acres each. Witnesses were Thomas TWITTY, William LINDSEY, Silvanus STOKES, Jr., and Robert ALEXANDER. Presented in Court on December 23, 1755. Deed Book 6, page 4.
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1757 Nov 22 – Indenture made the 22nd day of November, 1757, between Isaac COLLIER and Charles COLLIER, son of the said Isaac COLLIER, Sr., for Love and Affection, conveying 304 acres on Sandyford Branch, beginning at HARRISON’s line of Sandyfords Branch thence along HARRISON’s line East 190 Poles. . . and being same land formerly granted to William SMITH by Letters of Patent dated February 20, 1742. Witnesses were Thomas VINES, Vines COLLIER and Thomas VINES, Jr. Acknowledged in Court on November 22, 1757. Deed Book 6, page 213. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1758 Jan 24 – Indenture made the 24th day of January, 1758, between John BROWN of the County of Lunenburg, Planter and Anne BROWN, his wife, and Vines COLLIER of the County of Brunswick, Planter, for 60 pounds, conveying 240 acres on the South side of the Nottoway River (land formerly in Surry County). Beginning at a red oak a corner betwixt Maj. Benjamin HARRISON and Isaac COLLIER thence by COLLIERs line East by North 28 poles to a Hickory then South 50 degrees East 111 poles to a red oak thence South 15 degrees West 38 poles to a small black oak thence Southwest 55 poles to a white oak a line tree of John Davis’s land thence by Davis’s line West and by North 174 poles to a pine thence North 80 degrees West 6 by 1 pole to a red oak thence Northwest by North 57 poles to three trees chopped inwards in a line of Maj. Benja. HARRISONs land aforesaid thence by HARRISONs line North 75 degrees East 136 poles to a Hickory and North 28 degrees Last 73 poles to the beginning which tract was granted unto the said John BROWN by patent bearing date of the 27th day of September, 1729. Signed by John BROWN and Ane BROWN. Witnesses were W. CHAPMAN, James HICKS, Jr., and John PETTWAY. Indenture and receipt thereon were acknowledged in Court on January 22, 1758, by John BROWN and Anne, his wife. Deed Book 6, page 225. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1758 Apr 25 – William COLLIER for Love and Affection unto my son-in-law, David LUCAS, and to his children and after his deceased to fall to the said children of the said David LUCAS and Elizabeth, his wife. . . one Negro wench namly Judith and he child Aggy, dated the 25th day of April, 1758. Witnesses were Will LUCAS, Thos. HARRISON, and Thos. ADAMS. Indenture proved by the oaths of the witnesses thereto in Court on May 23, 1758. Deed Book 6, page 262. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1758 June 27 – Indenture made the 27th day of June, 1758, between James WRENN and David DUNN of Amelia County, for 50 pounds, conveying 400 acres on South side of Tetoro Creek, adjoining lands of James ROY, HARRISON, Henry Simmons CAUDLE, Richard STARK and Ben. HARRISON. Witnesses were John WHITTINGTON, John RENN, and Silvs. STOKES. Indenture acknowledged in Court on June 27, 1758, by James RENN. Deed Book 6, page 269. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1758 Nov 28 – Indenture made the 28th day of November, 1758, between John ADAMS of Lunenburg County, and Charles Humpres of Lunenburg County, for 20 pounds, conveying 200 acres on North side of Teages Creek, adjoining lands of Richard WOOD and HARRISON. Witnesses were William MORRIS, Francis YOUNG, and James BENNETT. Indenture and Memorandum of Livery of Seizin were acknowledged in Court on June 25, 1759, by John ADAMS (his mark). Deed Book 6, page 360. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1758 Dec 30 – Henry NICOLSON for good will and affection I have unto my son, Henry NIOLSON (sic), Infant of the said County. . . when he shall come to the age of Twenty One, 40 pounds to be given to son, dated the 30th day of December, 1758. Witnesses were Benjamin HARRISON, Jr., James HARRISON, and John HAMILTON (his mark). Indenture acknowledged in Court on May 22, 1759, by Henry NICOLSON. Deed Book 6, page 353. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1760 June 23 Ct with Thomas Gowen v Nathaniel Harrison case continued for next ct to plea, Order bk 8 p. 75, Brunswick Co, Va.
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1760 Apr 28 – Indenture made the 28th day of April, 1760, between James ROY and Joseph DENTON of Sussex, for 35 pounds, conveying 100 acres, adjoining lands of Col. Benjamin HARRISON, William RAWLINGS, and William HARRISON, and being part of the James ROY tract. Witnesses were William DICKSON, Junr. and William HARRISON. Indenture was acknowledged in Court on April 28, 1760, by James ROY, and (wife’s name not given), his wife, appeared and relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 6, page 461. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1760 Aug 26 – Joseph Harrison from John Peeples and wife, bk 6, p 537
Indenture made the 25th day of August, 1760, between Jehua PEEBLES, Junr., and Cate, his wife, and Joseph HARRISON of Sussex County, for 100 pounds, conveying 300 acres, being the land purchased by Jehua PEEBLES, Junr. of Jehu PEEBLES, Sen. by deed dated the 22nd day of December, 1755. Signed by Jehua PEEPLES and Catey PEEBLES. No witnesses. Indenture was acknowledged in Court on August 25, 1760, by Jehua PEEBLES and Catey PEEBLES, and Catey PEEBLES, wife of the said Jehua PEEBLES, relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 6, page 537. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1760 Nov 24 – Thomas Harrison from John Brown and wife, bk 6, p 600
Indenture made the 24th day of November, 1760, between John BROWN and Olive, his wife, of Nottoway Parrish, Southampton County, parties of the first part, and Thomas HARRISON, for 42 pounds 10 shillings, conveying 143 acres of which lower part of land bounded by land of Peter SIMMONS and upper part of land bounded by lands of John BUTTS and John JACKSON, and being part of a larger tract formerly belonging to John DENTON, deceased, and by John DENTON devised to Elizabeth HARPER, wife of George HARPER, and by them sold to William LINDSEY by Deed recorded in Williamsburgh and by William LINDSEY conveyed unto the said John Brown by deed dated February 26, 1754, and recorded in Brunswick County. Signed by John BROWN and Olive BROWN (her mark). Witnesses were Jas. STEWART, James HARRISON, William KNIGHT, Peny. HURST, and Ingram BLANKS. Indenture proved in Court on January 26, 1761, by the oaths of James STEWART, William KNIGHT, and Peny. HURST, and as to Olive BROWNE, by the oaths of James STEWART and William KNIGHT. Deed Book 6, page 600. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1761 Jan 25 – James Harrison from Howell Whittington, bk 7, p 53 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 25th day of January, 1762, between Howell Whittington and James Harrison, for 14 pounds, 15 shillings, conveying 150 acres on the West side of Hicks Branch and being the upper part of a tract containing 335 acres which was formerly granted to Joseph Reen of the County of Prince George by Letters of Patent dated September 28, 1730, and was conveyed by the said Joseph Reen to William Whittington of Brunswick County, father of the said Howell Whittington by deed dated February 1, 1747, and was by the said William Whittington devised unto the aforesaid Howell Whittington by his Last Will and Testament. Names of witnesses not given. Indenture was acknowledged in Court on January 25, 1762, by Howell Whittington. [335 acres, new land, in Surry County, on South side of Nottoway River and on West side of Hicks Branch, adjoining John Holloway, was granted to Joseph Renn of Prince George County, on September 28, 1730, for 35 shillings, Land Patent Book No. 14, Page 119.] Deed Book 7, Page 53.
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1761 Apr 26 – Indenture made the 26th day of April, 1761, between William JOHN(SON) of Nottoway Parrish and County of Southampton, and Joseph ALFRIEND of Westover Parish, Charles City County, for 40 pounds, conveying 200 acres, beginning at the mouth of John MAKANEY’S Spring Branch on Hazelnutt at a corner Black Oak thence North to a corner Red Oath, thence from HARRISON’s corner Red Oak. . . and being same land granted on July 5, 1751. Witnesses were Thomas MURRELL, Isaac JOHNSON, and John JOHNSON. Indenture was acknowledged in Court on April 27, 1761, by William JOHNSON. Deed Book 6, page 659. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1761 June 19 – Indenture made the 19th day of June, 1761, between John TROUBLEFIELD/TIRBYFILL and John WALLIS of James County, for 40 pounds, conveying 300 acres on North side of the Great Creek, beginning at a Hickory on a branch between Benjamin HARRISONs land . . . and being the same land formerly granted to Thomas STANBACK on February 1, 1738 and sold and conveyed to James SNEED by deed dated February 2, 1748. Signed by John TROUBLEFIELD (his mark). Witnesses were John DUGGER, John EDWARDS and William PARSON (his mark). Indenture was acknowledged in Court on June 22, 1761, by John TROUBLEFIELD and his wife (name not given) appeared and relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 6, page 688. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1761 June 23 – Thomas Harrison from John Geer, bk 7, p. 2 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 23rd day of June, 1761, between John Geer and Thomas Harrison, for 344 pounds, conveying 400 acres on South side of the Three Creeks, and being part of a tract (missing) on February 25, 1719, and by the said John Davis conveyed to Matthias Davis by Deed of Gift recorded in Brunswick County and by the said Matthias Davis conveyed to the said John Geer partly unto by Indenture dated September 27, 1749. Signed by John Geer (his mark). Witnesses were Edward Goodrich, Thomas Bridges, and Pen Hurst. Indenture was acknowledged in Court on August 24, 1761, by John Geer and Martha, his wife, personally appeared and relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 7, Page 2.
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1761 July 27 – Benjamin Harrions from Thomas Singleton and wife, bk 6, p 712 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 27th day of July, 1761, between Thomas SINGLETON and Judith, his wife, parties of the first part, and Benjamin HARRISON, for 140 pounds, conveying 142 acres, Beginning at the mouth of Pole Branch on Cox Creek thence up the meanders of the said Pole to HARRISON’s line on the same thence along his line North 36 degrees East 62 poles to his corner shrub white oak, thence North 41 degrees West 150 poles to his corner white oak on the Little Creek, thence down the meanders of the said Creek to Cox Creek, thence down the meanders of the said Creek to the beginning, and being the same land that was granted to the said Thomas SINGLETON by patent dated September 20, 1759. Names of the witnesses not given. Indenture and Memorandum of Livery of Seizin was acknowledged in Court on July 27, 1761, by Thomas SINGLETON. Deed Book 6, page 712. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1761 Aug 24 – Indenture made the 24th day of August, 1761, between Vines COLLIER and John LOFTIN of Sussex County, for 110 pounds, conveying 240 acres, beginning at a Red Oak, a corner betwixt Majr. Benjamin HARRISON and William SMITH, thence by SMITH’s line East by North 78 poles to a Hickory South 50 degrees East 111 poles to a Red Oak, thence South 15 degrees West 98 poles to a Small Black Oak, thence Southwest 52 poles to a White Oak, a line tree of John DAVIS’s land, thence by DAVIS’s line West and by North 174 poles to a pine, thence North 80 degrees 61 poles to a Red Oak, thence Northwest by North 57 poles to three tree chop inwards in line of Majr. Benjamin HARRISON’s land aforesaid, by HARRISON’s line North 75 degrees East 136 poles to a Hickory and 28 degrees East 73 poles to the beginning. Witnesses were Silvs. STOKES, Jas. OLIVER, and Thomas VINES. Indenture was acknowledged in Court on August 24, 1761, by Vines COLLIER. Deed Book 6, page 735. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1761 Aug 24 – Thomas Harrison to Edward Goodrich, bk 7, p 4 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 24th day of August, 1761, between Thomas Harrison and Edward Goodrich, for 120 pounds, conveying 258 acres on North side of the Three Creeks, adjoining lands of John Whitting (Whittington), John Butt on or near the Jumping Branch, John Rivers, John Maclin, and John Olliver on the head of the Little Meadows. Names of witnesses not given. Indenture acknowledged in Court on August 24, 1761, by Thomas Harrison. Deed Book 7, Page 5.
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1761 Oct 26 – James Harrison from Richard Blanks, bk 7, p 23 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 26th day October, 1761, between Richard Blanks and James Harrison, for 50 pounds, conveying 130 acres, adjoining lands of William Allen, William Eaton, and Davis, and being the upper part of a tract formerly belonging to Thomas Carroll, dec’d. and was assigned over by the said Carrolls Exors. unto the said Richard Blanks. Indenture and Memorandum of Livery of Seizin were acknowledged in Court by Richard Blanks and at Court in April, 1763, Winefred, the wife of the said Richard Blanks personally appeared and relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 7, Page 23.
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1761 Nov 7 – Indenture made the 7th day of November, 1761, between John Pilkinton and Thomas Cadet Young, for 20 pounds, conveying 125 acres on North side of Teague Creek, adjoining land of Harrison, and being part of a larger tract formerly granted unto John Humphries by Letters Patent dated June 5, 1736, and by the Last Will and Testament of the said John Humphries, deceased, bequeathed unto his son, Charles Humphries, and by the said Charles Humphries conveyed by deed to the said John Pilkinton. Witnesses were Nichol. Edmunds, John Dugger, and James Dugger. Indenture acknowledged in Court on January 25, 1762, by John Pilkinton and Sarah, his wife, appeared and relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 7, Page 47. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1761 Nov 18 – Robert Harrison and wife to George Clarke, bk 7, p 40 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 18th day of November, 1761, between Robert Harrison and Elizabeth, his wife, of Dinwiddie County, and George Clarke of Brunswick County. Conveying 1,888 acres located on both sides of Great Creek. Deed Book 7, Page 40.
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1761 Nov 20 – Indenture made the 20th day of November, 1761, between Thomas Lyall and Hanah, his wife, parties of the first part, and Melinton Sims, for 200 pounds paid by the said Millington Sims, conveying 235 acres on Brandy Creek, and adjoining Mr. Harrison, and being the same land granted to John Betts, Clerk, by Letters Patent dated June 19, 1735, and 35 in the ninth year of the reign of King George, II. Signed by Thomas Lyall and Hanah Lyall (her mark). Indenture, Receipt, and Memorandum of Livery of Seizin were acknowledged in Court by Thomas Lyall and Hanah Lyall, and Hanah Lyall relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 7, Page 32. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1762 Feb 5 – Benjamin Harrison from Robert Jones, bk 7, p 165 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 5th day of February, 1762, between Robert Jones, Junr., Gentleman of North Carolina and the County of Northampton, and Benjamin Harrison, for 22 pounds, 10 shillings, conveying tract of land (acrerage not given), adjoining land of William Betty, Thomas Preston, Nippers Creek, land of Hamilton and Randal Bracey. Witnesses were John Willis, John Robinson and Willm. Edwards. Indenture was proved in Court on June 28, 1762, by the oaths of John Willis and John Robinson, and at Court on August 23, 1762, further proved by the oaths of William Edwards. Deed Book 7, Page 165.
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1762 May 24 – Indenture made the 24th day of May, 1762, between Charles Humphries of Lunenburg County and Thomas Cadet Young, for 20 pounds, conveying 200 acres on North side of Tequa Creek and adjoining land of Wood and Harrison, and being formerly granted by Letters of Patent to Richard Wood on August 20, 1747 and by his Last Will and Testament bequeathed to his daughter, Susanah Wood, and by the said Susanah Wood, her husband, David Ally Burton, conveyed to the said Charles Humphries. signed by Charles Humphis (his mark) and Mary Humphris (her mark). Witnesses were Henry Briggs, David Apperson, and Ralph Hubbard (his mark). Indenture and Memorandum of Livery of Seizin were proved in Court on July 26, 1762, by the oaths of the witnesses. Deed Book 7, Page 149. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1764 Jan 3 – Harrison and Jones from Adam Simms bk 7, p 347 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 3rd day of January, 1764, between Adam Simms, Junior and Robert Harrison and John Jones, Merchants, for 25 pounds, conveying 400 acres adjoining land of Isaac Row Walton, William Cooper, Robert Proctor, and John Phillips. Witnesses Millinton Simms and Thomas Lyall. Deed of Mortgage acknowledged in Court on September 24, 1764. Deed Book 7, Page 347.
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1764 Jan 23 – William Harrison and wife to Joseph Dameron, bk 7, p 424 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 23rd day of January, 1764, between William Harrison and Elizabeth, his wife, of Brunswick County and Joseph Dameron of Sussex County. Conveying 300 acres lying on north side of Three Creeks. Page 424.
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1764 March 8 – Indenture made the 8th day of March, 1764, between William Simmons of Nottoway Parish, Southampton County, and Thomas Williamson, for 500 pounds, conveying 680 acres, on South side of the Great Creek, beginning at a whitewood at the Creek at a corner tree of Col. Henry Harrison’s, and adjoining land of Richard Lewis, and according to a Patent granted to John Simmons, Jr., of Surry County, dated October 13, 1727. Witnesses were R. Kello, D. Fisher, Thomas Clements, and Benja. Clements, Jr. Indenture, Receipt, and Memorandum of Livery of Seizin were proved in Court on March 26, 1764, by the oaths of Richard Kello, Daniel Fisher, and Benjamin Clements Jr. [680 acres, new land in Brunswick County, granted to John Simmons, Junr., of Surry County, on South side of the Great Creek, adjoining Col. Henry Harrison and Richard Lewis on October 13, 1727, Land Patent Book 12, Page 175.] Deed Book 7, Page 114 Brunswick County, Virginia
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1765 Jan 26 – 81-(133) Richard Rains of Brunswick Co to Gray Briggs of Dinwiddie Co. 26 Jan 1765. £105. A mortgage for 307 acres which sd Rains purchased from Thomas Gowen, Richard Rains, Joseph Peebles, George Clayton, John Bailey, William Woodward, Lewelling Wmson, Joseph Wmson, Robert Gee Jr., Sd Briggs, Edward Adams, James Adams, Richard Atkins, Reuben Bennitt, Joseph Blayton, Bunell Claiborne, Francis Coleman, Samuel Coleman, Joshua Cook, Samuel Craft, Thomas Craft, William Duglas, Charles Edwards, H. Garrott, Robert Garrott, Henry Gee, Charles Golestone, Benjamin Harrison, Jr., John Hilton, Judith Jones, Tomas Jones, Solomon King, Richard Lanier, Richard Littlepage, William Lucas, Bernd. Major, Frizell McTier, James Proctor, Joseph Proctor, Robert Proctor, Moses Quarles, Richard Rains, Henry Rawlings, William Rawlings, Josiah Reams, John C. Robinson, Peter Simmons Jr, Thomas Steagall, John Tankersly, Roger Tillman, Littleberry White, David Wiggons, Joseph Williamson, John Wood, Gray Briggs. Proved 30 May 1765. N. Edwards DCC. Brunswick Co, Va.

1765 March 8 – Benjamin Harrison to Isaac Collier, bk 7, p 365 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 8th day of March, 1765, between Col. Benjamin Harrison, Gentleman of the County of Charles City and Isaac Collier of the County of Brunswick. Conveying 140 acres located upon south side of Nottoway River, near Middle Quarter Plantation. Sealed and delivered in the presence of John Ford, James Hicks, and Josias Smith. Proved on March 25, 1765. Deed Book 7, Page 365.
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1764 Mar 12 – Harrison and Jones from Nicholas Proctor, bk 7, p 348 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 12th day of March, 1764, between Nicholas Procter and Harrison and Jones, Merchants, for 25 pounds, conveying 150 acres adjoining land of John Duggar, Benjamin Edwards and William Brown. Witnesses were Frederick Reaves, John Russell and Joseph Parresh. Deed of Mortgage was proved in Court on October 22, 1764, by the oath of John Russell. Deed Book 7, Page 348.
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1764 Aug 27 – Indenture dated the 27th day of August, 1764, between Charles Collier of Brunswick County and Burwell Grigg of Dinwiddie County, for 130 pounds for conveyance of 304 acre tract of land. Beginning at Harrison’s line on Sandefors Branch thence along Harrison’s line East 190 poles to Red Oak on the branch, thence up said branch as it meanders to a pine on the same, thence South 21 degrees West 142 poles, to a pine thence South 69 degrees 86 poles to a pine thence North 44 degrees West 66 poles to Sandefors line thence along his line North 20 degrees East 52 poles to his corner Hickory thence North 30 degrees West 100 poles to his corner pine thence North 71 degrees West 24 poles to Sandefors Branch aforesaid thence down the meanders of the said branch to the Beginning one hundred and forty four acres part thereof was formerly granted unto William Smith by letter patent dated February 2, 1742. Deed Book 7, Page 525. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1764 Dec 14 – Benjamin Harrison to Robert Walker, bk 7, p 370 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made the 14th day of December 1764, between Benjamin Harrison of the County of Charles City and Robert Walker of the County of Dinwiddie. Conveying 1,041 acres on Nottoway River, said tract was willed to the said Harrison by his father, Benjamin Harrison, by Will recorded in Charles City County in the year Seventeen Hundred and (1709?). Indenture also signed by Elizabeth Harrison, his wife. Witnessed by John Ford, Drury Stith and John Pettway. Page 370.
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1765 Feb 25 – Thomas Harrison to Edward Smith, bk 8, p 17 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made 25 February 1765, between Thomas Harrison of Brunswick and Parish of Saint Andrews and Edward Smith of Sussex County, for one Hundred & fifty pounds, sell to Edward Smith, on Certain Tract or parcell of Land Scituate Lying & being in the County of Brunswick & on the South Side of the Three Creeks, Containing Two Hundred Acres, bounded by the Lines as follows Beginning at a red Oak at the side of the Three Creeks from thence to a Mulberry tree fore & aft from thence to a persimmon tree from thence to a pine fore & aft from thence to the Spring branch to a butterwood from thence up the Varrious Courses of the Run of the said Branch to Mr. William Allens Line from thence turns Down the said Allens line to a Corner Hickory on John Maclins line thence along the said Maclins line to John Willis’s line thence along the said Willis’s line down to the Three Creeks aforesaid thence up the various Corses (sic) of the Run of the said Creek to the red Oak where it first begun. Signed Thomas Harrison. No Witnesses. Court 25 February 1765, Indenture acknowledged by Thomas Harrison & OTBR. page 17-18. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1765 Dec 14 – Benjamin Harrison to William Batte, bk 8, p 44, 513 Brunswick County, Virginia
Indenture made 14? December 1764, between Benjamin Harrison of Westover Parish, Charles City County, and William Batte of Martin Brandon Parish, Prince George County, for One Thousand and Ten pounds, sells to William Batte, all that Tract or parcell of Land scituate Lying & being in the County of Brunswick on the South side of Nottoway River Containing by Estamation One Thousand & ten acres Land, and bounded as followeth: Beginning at a beach on Nottoway River at the foot of Sweeds Bridge thence South 20 East three Hundred and seventy four poles to three trees Choped inwards on the Old Line thence along the sd Line North forty five East Thirty four poles to a hickory thence South seventy five East two Hundred poles to a Live Oak on Chatacre Swamp thence Down the Meanders of the Run of the said Swamp 522 poles to Nottoway River thence up the Meanders of the said River five Hundred & Two Poles to the Begining. (the words Elizabeth his wife Interlined in the Seventeenth Line before signed). Signed Benjamin Harrison. Witnesses: Drury Stith, John Ford and Ephraim Parham. Court 25 March 1765, Indenture proved by the Oaths of Drury Stith, John Ford and Ephraim Parham. page 44-46.
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1767 Sept 29 Harrison and Jones v Thomas Gowen and Thomas Jackson who removed from county, recd judgment Order bk 10, pg 483 to 484, Brunswick Co Va p1
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1769 Nov 26 – DEED – HARRISON, Benjamin – Indenture made the 26th day of November, 1769, between Reuben Booth and wife, Rebecca Booth, and Benjamin Harrison, for 639 acres for the consideration of 850 pounds, conveying tract of land lying in Mecklenburg and Brunswick County, lying along Dixon’s and Cox’s Creek. Ezells’ line to Betty Hudsons last path to Cox’s Creek, and being a part of two different tracts of land as appears by a patent bearing date July 7, 1726, granted to William Tucker and one to George Booth, said land fell to John Booth.
Deed Book 9, page 563, Brunswick County, Virginia

1777 Jan 5 – This Indenture made the twenty fifth Day of January, 1777 BETWEEN Athur (sic) Turner and Elizabeth his wife of the Parish of Meherrin and County of Brunswick of the one part and John Lightfoot of the Parish and County aforesaid of the other part WITNESSETH . . . for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred pounds . . . do grant bargain and sell alien enfeoff release and confirm to the said John Lightfoot . . . one certain tract or parcel of Land containing by estimation two hundred and fifty acres lying and being on the south side of Fountains Creek in the County of Brunswick and bounded as followeth (to wit) BEGINNING at a white oak at Fountains Creek thence South forty degree west one hundred and eight five poles to a Red Oak thence south forty degrees east one hundred and sixty poles to a white oak thence south seventy two degrees east seventy four poles to a red oak thence north forty five degrees east one hundred and twenty two poles to a hickory at Fountains Creek thence up the said Creek to the BEGINNING and being a tract or parcel of Land granted to John Linch by patent bearing date the twenty eighth day of September one thousand seven hundred and twenty eight . . . Signed by Arthur Turner and witnessed by Turner Bynum, Thomas Lightfoot, Anselm Harrison, and George Waddell. At a Court held for Brunswick County the 24th Day of March, 1777. This Indenture was partly proved by the oaths of Thomas Lightfoot and George Waddell two of the witnesses thereto. And at a Court held for the said County the 24th day of April, 1780, the said Indenture was proved by the oath of Turner Bynum a Witness thereto and Ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 17. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1779 July 20 – This Indenture made the 20th day of July, 1779 Between Joana Finnie & Mary Finnie of the one part and Thomas Bracy of the other part, . . . for and in consideration of four thousand two hundred and twenty pounds Virginia money . . . paid by the said Thomas Bracy . . . do give grant bargain sell and confirm unto him the said Thomas Bracy . . . two certain tracts or parcels of Land Containing nine hundred acres more or less lying and being in the County of Brunswick adjoining the Lands of Thomas Bracy, William Wanvich, Charles Yarbrough and John Steed . . . Signed by Joanna Finnie and Mary Finnie and witnessed by Thomas Tabb, Sally Harrison, James Tabb, Robert Hicks, and William Wells (his mark). At Court held for Brunswick County the 28th Day of February 1780 This Indenture was proved by the oath of Robert Hicks a witness thereto and at a Court held for the said County the 27th Day of March following the said Indenture was proved by the oaths of Thomas Tabb and James Tabb witness thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 6. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1779 Nov 8 – This Indenture made the eighth Day of November, 1779 BETWEEN George Ledbetter and Elizabeth his wife, William Dale and Sarah his wife of the one part and Henry Mangum of the other part WITNESSETH . . . for and in consideration of the sum of five thousand Pounds current money of Virginia . . . have bargained sold enfeoffed released and confirmed unto the said Henry Mangum . . . on certain tract or parcel of Land situate lying in Brunswick County and on the south side of Fountains Creek containing by Estimation two hundred and seventy five acres be the same more or less with a water grist Mill standing on the above said Creek and the land bounded as follows to wit BEGINNING at the Creek in Nathan Harris’s line thence bounded on the said Harrisons line to Henry Mangums own line thence along his line to John Vicks line thence along his line to Pearsons line thence along Pearsons line to a new marked line of the said Pearsons thence along the new marked line down to the Creek thence up the said Creek to the first station taking in the above said Mill together will all woods ways water courses profits commoditus heriditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging . . . Signed by George Ledbetter, Elizabeth Ledbetter, William Dale (his mark), Sarah Dale (her mark), and witnessed by Absolum Bennett, Briggs Goodrich, Henry Walton, James Pearson, Moses Johnson, William Goodrich, John Camp, William Robinson, and Littleberry Robinson. At a Court held for Brunswick County the 27th day of March 1780 This Indenture was proved by the oaths of Briggs Goodrich Wm Goodrich John Camp and William Robinson Witnesses thereto and Ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 9. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1780 May 21 – This Indenture made the twenty first Day of May, 1780 BETWEEN Colen Campbell of the Parish of Saint Andrew and County of Brunswick and State of Virginia of the one part and James Williams of the aforesaid Parish and County of Brunswick and State of Virginia of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of thirty pounds . . . have given granted and bargained sold and conveyed confirmed assigned and let over to the said James Williams . . . one certain Tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the County of Brunswick in Virginia containing one hundred acres taken out of the Tract of Land whereon Colen Campbell now lives it being grant of a Patent granted to Walter Campbell bearing date And bounded as followeth (to wit) BEGINNING at a white oak on Harrison’s line, thence it is bounded by Land of Daniel Mason to a white oak on Campbell’s line, thence along his line to a spanish oak by the road thence along the road to a black oak, thence along a line of Marked Trees to the Creek, thence down the Creek to a gum on Harrison’s line, thence on his line to a red oak corner tree still on his line to the Beginning . . . and the said Collen Campbell for himself his heirs executors and administrator doth covenant grant promise and agree to and with the said James Williams . . . Signed by Colen Campbell and witnessed by Laurance House, David Andrews, and John Turbifill Junr. At a Court held for Brunswick County the 24th Day of July 1780. This Indenture was Acknowledged by Colen Campbell a Party thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 39. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1780 Dec 25 – ORPHANS OF – HARRISON, Gabriel – Court for December 25, 1780. James Blick is appointed guardian of Jane, Nathaniel, James, and Sarah Ann Harrison, orphans of Gabriel Harrison, deceased.
Order Book 13, page 374, Brunswick County, Virginia

1781-87 – To 3043 Tithes for the years 1781 & 1782 . . . To 3607 tithes for the year 1783 . . . To Daniel Fisher & Peter Pelham for tobo levied for them in the proportion for 1781 . . . To balance due Thomas Edmunds . . . By paid sundry persons tobacco levied for them in the proportion for 1781 . . . By paid sundry persons tobacco levied for them in the proportion for 1782 . . . By cash paid Richard Elliott per order . . . Drury Stith for services under the tax law per ordr. . . Drury Stith for record books . . . Isham Trotter . . . William Gee . . . David Walker . . . Frederick Jones . . . Charles Harrison . . . Buckner Stith . . . Thomas Claiborne . . . John Smith . . . Henry Bishop . . . Thomas Claiborne . . . Edward Goodrich . . . William Rideout . . . By hand sundry persons tobacco levied for them in the proportions for 1783 . . . By paid sundry person specie proportions in do . . . Ditto cash paid Charles Williamson per order . . . cash paid John F. Edmunds for George Trotters order . . . Daniel Nolley per order . . . Peter Parrish do . . . 33 insolvents actd. by John Williams . . . Commissions on £1638.15.2 or 6 pcent . . . By balance due Thomas Edmunds £72.3.10. Deed Book 15, page 507.
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Andrew Meade Sheriff in account with Brunswick County for the levy of 1784 & 1785 . . . To 3524 Tithes for the year 1784 . . . To 3708 Tithes for the year 1785 . . . To balance due the County . . . By Amount contained in the County levy for the year 1784 . . . Paid Thomas Bridgeforth order of Court . . . John Jones . . . Thomas Claiborne . . . Henry Walton . . . Henry Mangum . . . Wm. G. Gee & George Malone . . . James Fletcher . . . Buckner Stith . . . for building bridges over Wagua and Sturgeon Creeks . . . Samuel Harwell . . . amount contained in the County levy for the year 1785 . . . David Walkers order of Court . . . Anthony Overby . . . James Johnson . . . Lewis Brown . . . Drury Lanier . . . Thomas Edmunds . . . Hannah Jones . . . Henry Harrison . . . Henry Jackson . . . Nathaniel Edwards . . . Thomas Sadler . . . Matthew Laffoon . . . Hezekiah Davis . . . John F. Edmunds &c . . . Benjamin Johnson . . . John Edwards . . . Miles Alley . . . Binns Jones order of Court . . . Sarah Washington . . . Seward Price & Jno. Myrick . . . Sundry persons agreeable to report of commissions . . . Sundry insolvents commissions off . . . balance due the County £697.12.11 . . . Deed Book 15, page 508.

William Walker, decd. Sheriff in account with Brunswick County for the levy of 1786 & 1787 . . . To 3693 Tithes in the year 1786 . . . To 4203 Tithes in the year 1787 . . . To 175 tobacco levied for Christopher Mason in the levy for this year which was levied by the Shff. in the year 1783 . . . To balance due the County per contra £6.3.11 . . . by amount contained in the County levy for the yr. 1786 . . . paid James Fletcher’s order of Court . . . Hamlin Freeman . . . Jacob Pane . . . Sundry insolvents commissions off . . . amount contained in the County levy for the yr. 1787 . . . paid Absolem Harris order of Court . . . Sterling & John Wesson . . . Sundry insolvents commissions off . . . By a balance due the County 6.3.11 . . . £617.13.10. Deed Book 15, page 509. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1781 Feb 21 – This Indenture made the twenty first Day of February 1781 BETWEEN Benjamin Blick of the County of Brunswick of the one part, and the Orphans of Gabriel Harrison of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the love and friendship which he the said Benjamin Blick doth bear to the said Orphans Doth after his and his wifes decease Give grant alien and confirm unto the said Orphans four Negroes and their increase from this date (to wit) unto Jane Harrison one Negro Cyries . . . unto Nathaniel Harrison one Negro Judith and her increase . . . unto James Harrison one Negro Grace and her increase . . ., and unto Sarah Anne Harrison one negro Aggy and all her increase after this date . . . But if either of the girls should die before they come of age or before they have a Child to heir their Negroes, then the other Girl shall have her sisters negroes . . . Signed by Benjamin Blick. At a Court held for Brunswick County the 26th Day of February 1781. This Indenture was Acknowledged by Benjamin Blick a party thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 98. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1781 Feb 26 – This Indenture made the 26th Day of February 1781 BETWEEN Nathaniel Harrison Senr. of Brunswick County of the one part and Nathaniel Harrison Junior and James Harrison of the said County sons of Gabriel Harrison decd. and Grandsons of the said Nathaniel Harrison Senr. of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which he hath and beareth unto the said Nathaniel Harrison and James Harrison his Grandsons as also for the better maintenance and preferment of the said Nathaniel Harrison & James Harrison . . . doth give grant alien enfeoff and confirm unto Nathaniel Harrison and James Harrison, three hundred and thirty five Acres of Land situate in the said County of Brunswick on the South side of Stergeon run that is to say three hundred acres out of the Tract the said Nathaniel Harrison bought of Robert Gee and another Tract surveyed in his own name and thirty five Acres out of the Tract he bought of Samuel Harwell as is already laid off by well known lines, be the same three hundred and thirty five acres, more or less to be continued together for their joint and mutual benefit untill (sic) they come of age, and then to be equally divided between them with all and singular the advantages hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging . . . Signed by Nathaniel Harrison. At a Court held for Brunswick County the 26th Day of February 1781. This Indenture was Acknowledged by Nathaniel Harrison a party thereto and Ordered to be Recorded. Deed Book 14, page 97. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1783 Nov 13 – This Indenture made this 13th day of November 1783 BETWEEN Thomas Burnitt and Sarah his wife of the County of Brunswick and State of Virginia of the one part and Edmund Webb of the County and State aforesaid of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and twenty-five pounds . . . doth grant, bargain and sell unto the said Edmund Webb . . . all that tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Brunswick in State aforesaid containing by estimation two hundred and twenty-one acres . . . and is adjoining and bounded by the lands of Edmund Webb, Herbert Haines, Peter Read, John Barker & Lewis Duprey . . . signed by Thos. Burnett (by his mark) and Sarah Burnett. Witnesses were John Barker, Joice Webb, James Harrison, Mark Steed and Grief Harwell. Brunswick County Court October 24th 1791. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale was proved by the oath of Grief Harwell a witness thereto and having been proved on the 22nd day of March 1784 by the oaths of James Harrison and Mark Steed also witnesses thereto the same is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 149. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1783 Nov 22 – Benjamin Harrison of Brunswick Co Va to his daughter Hannah Reese of Prince George Co, Va … a negro man named Aberdeen…
Signed: Benjamin Harrison. Wit: James Harrison, Thomas Harrison, Griff Harwell.
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1784 Mar 10 – I Do hereby acknowledge that when I bought a certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing by estimation one hundred acres lying & being in the County of Brunswick on the East side of the long Slash joining the said John Blick’s Land, that he purchased of Thomas Yeargain, bounded by John Blick, James Bass, Benjamin Lanier, William Rideout, James Parham, and Jesse Berryman, of Charles Harrison, our bargain was that I was to have a Deed from John Yeargain & his wife, and to trust to this title in the said Land, that the said Charles Harrison was not to warrant or Defend the same, or be any way answerable or liable any further than John Yeargain’s and his wifes right. It Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal the 10th Day of March 1784. Signed by John Blick, and witnessed by Cuddey Harrison, John Gladish, John Rideout, Miles House, and Thomas Yeargain. Brunswick County Court the 25th July 1785. This Instrument of writing was proved by the oath of Cuddey Harrison, a witness thereto and having been proved on the 27th September 1784 by the Oaths of Miles House & Thomas Yeargain also witnesses thereto is Ordered to be Recorded. Deed Book 14, page 113. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1784 Sept 27 – GUARDIAN ACCOUNT – HARRISON, Jane – Guardian account for Jane Harrison, orphan of Gabriel Harrison, dec’d., by James Blick, her guardian. Presented to Court September 27, 1784.
Deed Book 4, page 31 (Guardian Accounts Section), Brunswick County, Virginia

1784 Sept 27 – GUARDIAN ACCOUNT – HARRISON, Gabriel – Guardian account for Jane Harrison, orphan of Gabriel Harrison, dec’d., by James Blick, her guardian. Presented to Court September 27, 1784.
Deed Book 4, page 31 (Guardian Accounts Section), Brunswick County, Virginia

1784 Sept 27 – GUARDIAN ACCOUNT – HARRISON,Gabriel – Guardian accounts for Nathaniel and James Harrison, orphans of Gabriel Harrison, by James Blick, their guardian. Presented to Court on September 27, 1784
Deed Book 4, page 32 (Guardian Accounts Section), Brunswick County, Virginia

1784 Sept 27 – GUARDIAN ACCOUNT – HARRISON, Nathaniel – Guardian accounts for Nathaniel and James Harrison, orphans of Gabriel Harrison, by James Blick, their guardian. Presented to Court on September 27, 1784
Deed Book 4, page 32 (Guardian Accounts Section), Brunswick County, Virginia

1784 Sept 27 – GUARDIAN ACCOUNT – HARRISON, James – Guardian accounts for Nathaniel and James Harrison, orphans of Gabriel Harrison, by James Blick, their guardian. Presented to Court on September 27, 1784
Deed Book 4, page 32 (Guardian Accounts Section), Brunswick County, Virginia

1784 Nov 2 – THE COMMONWEALTH of Virginia to William Morton and Samuel White Gentlemen greeting Whereas William Jones and Mary Daus his wife of the County of Charlotte by their certain Indenture of bargain & Sale bearing date the 2d Day of 1784 have sold and conveyed unto William Harrison Junior of the said County of Brunswick the fee simple Estate of two hundred acres of Land . . . lying and being in the said County of Brunswick and whereas the said Mary Daus cannot conveniently travel to our Court . . . to make acknowledgment of the said Conveyance Therefore we do give unto you or any two or more of you power to receive the acknowledgment which the said Mary Daus shall be willing to mae before you of the conveyance . . . and we do therefore command you that you do personally go to the said Mary Daus and receive her acknowledgment . . . this 2d Day of November 1784. Signed Drury Stith. By Virtue of this Commission to us directed we the Subscribers have privily examined Mary Daus the wife of the within named William Jones in manner and form as the said Commission requires and have received her acknowledgment of the Indenture . . . certified under our hands and Seals this 2d Day of November 1784. Signed by William Morton and Samuel White. Brunswick County Court the 24 Octo. 1785. This Commission was returned and together with the Certificate of the Execution thereto ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 145. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1785-1790 – List of Surveys of Land made in Brunswick County from July 22nd, 1785 to July 22nd, 1790. Brunswick County, Virginia
DATE FOR WHOM SURVEYED IN WHICH PARISH NO. OF ACRES

September 28th James Binford Ditto 609 acres
October 1, 1788 Theo. Harrison Ditto 8 acres
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1785 Mar 14 – THE COMMONWEALTH of Virginia To John Powell, Thomas Claiborne, William Vaughan & James Harrison Gentlemen Greeting WHEREAS James Harwell and Rebecca Harwell his wife of the County of Brunswick by their certain Indenture of bargain and Sale bearing Date the 14th Day of March 1785 have sold & Conveyed unto Thomas Washington the fee simple Estate of five hundred and fifty four acres of Land . . . lying and being in the said County of Brunswick AND WHEREAS the said Rebecca Harwell cannot conveniently travel to our Court . . . to make her acknowledgment of the said conveyance therefore we do give unto you or any two or more of you power to receive the acknowledgment which the said Rebecca Harwell shall be willing to make before you of the Conveyance aforesaid contained in the said Indenture which is hereunto annexed and we do therefore command you that you do personally go the said Rebecca Harwell and receive her acknowledgment of the same . . . the 16th Day of June 1785. Signed Drury Stith. By Virtue of this Commission to us directed we the Subscribers have privily examined Rebecca Harwell the wife of the within named James Harwell in manner and form as the said Commission requires & have received her acknowledgment of the Indenture hereunto annexed which said Indenture she acknowledge freely & voluntarily without his persuasion or threats and she was willing that the same should be Recorded in the County Court of Brunswick certified under our hands and seals the 19th Day of July 1785. Signed by Thomas Claiborne and James Harrison. Brunswick County Court the 25th July 1785. This Commission was returned, and together with the Certificate of the Execution thereof Ordered to be Recorded. Deed Book 14, page 111. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1785 June 28 – This Indenture made this twenty eight day of June 1785 BETWEEN Daniel Mason of Dinwiddie County of the one party and Benjamin Davis of Brunswick County of the other party . . . for and in the consideration of twenty pounds . . . and six thousand pounds of Petersburg Tobacco . . . by these presents do grant bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff & confirm unto the said Benjamin Davis . . . one certain Tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the aforesaid County of Brunswick on the North side of Meherrin River and on the South side of Rose’s Creek and bounded as follows (to wit) BEGINNING at the aforesaid Roses Creek at the said Davis’s line, Thence South along the aforesaid Davis’s line unto Benjamin Edwards Brown’s line, thence along the said Brown’s line West unto a shrub oak a corner a (sic) Nathaniel Harrison’s line, thence along the said Harrison’s line North unto the aforesaid Creek begun on, thence down the various courses of the run of the aforesaid Creek unto the BEGINNING as it meanders, containing by estimation ninety nine acres . . . Signed by Daniel Mason and witnessed by John Rose, Collen Campbell, and Seth Turbyfill. Brunswick County Court the 28th Novm. 1785. This Indenture was proved by the oaths of John Rose, Collen Campbell and Seth Turbyfill witnesses thereto & Ordered to be Recorded. Deed Book 14, page 151. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1786 Feb – This Indenture made this Day of February 1786 BETWEEN Lewis Hicks and Salley Hicks his wife of the County of Mecklenburg of the one part and Charles Collier of the County of Brunswick of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and fifty pounds . . . have given, granted and sold, aliened, enfeoffed and confirmed unto the said Charles Collier . . . one certain tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the County of Brunswick on the waters of Little Genitoe & Great Genitoe Creek containing by estimation three hundred and sixty three acres . . . bounded in manner following (VIZ) BEGINNING at a corner red oak of William Ledbetter’s line, thence North nine Degrees west three hundred and forty poles to a white oak on Peterson’s line thence along Peterson’s line to Benjamin Ivy’s, thence along the said Ivy’s line to a Pine on John Williams’s line, thence a new line on adjoining Henry Ledbetter’s line to a corner red oak near the long Meadow branch, thence up the said branch as it meanders to Benjamin Walker’s line, thence along the said line to Thomas Preston’s line, thence along the said Preston’s line to William Ledbetter’s line, thence along the said Ledbetter’s line to a corner black Jack, thence seven degrees west to a corner black Jack, thence along the old line to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Lewis Hicks and Salley Hicks and witnessed by Charles Hicks, Theophilus Harrison, George Hicks, and Charles Floyd. Brunswick Court the 27th February 1786. This Indenture was acknowledged by Lewis Hicks & Salley his wife to be their Act and Deed and Ordered to be Recorded. Previous to which the said Salley being privately examined as the Law directs did voluntarily assent thereto. Deed Book 14, page 171. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1786 Feb 27 proveup – Arthur Harrison, will, bk 2, p 487 Brunswick County, Virginia
WILL – HARRISON, Arthur – Will of Arthur Harrison, dated November 10, 1785, proved February 27, 1786. Sons, Peterson Harrison, Stith Harrison, Answorth Harrison and Lewis Harrison. Daughters, Elizabeth Harrison and Frankey Harrison. Wife, Joaney Harrison. Son-in-law, Cuddy Harrison
Order Book 2, page 487, Brunswick County, Virginia

1786 Mar 4 – This Indenture made the fourth Day of March 1786 BETWEEN Joseph Greenhill of the County of Brunswick of the one part and James Harrison of the said County of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of One thousand and sixty three pounds . . . doth grant, bargain and sell unto the said James Harrison . . . One certain tract or parcel of Land situate lying & being on the South side of Meherrin River in the County of Brunswick containing eight hundred & fifteen acres . . . bounded as follows, to wit, BEGINNING at Walker’s & Fisher’s line on Meherrin River, thence up the said River as it meanders to a Ash on Nathaniel Robinson’s corner, thence along the said Robinson’s line South twenty four Degrees West one hundred & sixty four Poles to Hicks’s corner between several trees, thence along his line South fifty Degrees East one hundred & forty six poles to a small Walnut at a corner, thence south forty Degrees west sixty two poles to a great sweet gum, thence south twenty three Degrees East two hundred and seventy two poles to a dead hickory, thence South forty nine degrees West sixty poles to a Spanish Oak, thence South ten degrees West seventy Poles to a Red oak, thence on Beverly Brown’s line North eighty five Degrees East three hundred & four poles to a willow oak on Walker’s & Fisher’s line, thence along their line North four Degrees West three hundred and eighty six Poles to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Joseph Greenhill and witnessed by Joseph Mason, William Edward Brodnax, and Grief Harwell. Brunswick County Court the 27th March 1786. This Indenture was acknowledged by Joseph Greenhill to be his Act & Deed & Ordered to be Recorded. Deed Book 14, page 182. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1786 June 13 – This Indenture made this thirteen day of June 1786 BETWEEN Sarah Lanier of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Burwell Lanier of the same County of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the love and affection which she beareth to the said Burwell Lanier . . . doth give, grant & confirm unto the said Burwell Lanier . . . upon the following conditions (if he arrives at the age of twenty one years and that she that she has the sole use management and profits of the lands herein given during her natural life on tract or parcel of land containing sixty nine acres be the same more or less being the same that was left to her by her brother John Lanier bounded by the lands belonging to the Orphans of Grabriel (sic) Harrison, those belonging to the said Burwell Lanier and the Mill pond belonging to Mister Henry Simmons’s Estate . . . Signed by Sarah Lanier (her mark) and witnessed by Thomas Edwards, Isham House, and Charles Harrison. Brunswick County Court the 24th July 1786. This Indenture was proved by the oaths of Thomas Edwards, Isham House & Charles Harrison the witnesses thereto & ordered to be Recorded. Deed Book 14, page 211. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1786 Aug 28 – This Indenture made this twenty eight day of August 1786 BETWEEN Joel Price and Lucy his wife of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Daniel Harrison of the same County of the other part . . . for and in Consideration of the sum of twenty five pounds . . . doth by these presents, grant, bargain, sell, enfeoff & confirm unto the said Daniel Harrison . . . one certain tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the County of Brunswick containing by estimation one hundred & fourteen acres . . . BEGINNING at the Fort road at a corner white oak on Henry Jones’s line, thence along the said line to a corner black jack on John Burnett’s line, thence along the said line to a corner red oak on Harmond Harrison’s line, thence along the said line to the fort road to a corner red oak, thence along the said Road to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Joel Price (his mark) and Lucy Price (her mark) and witnessed by John Camp, John Saunders, and William Avent. Brunswick County Court the 25th of September 1786. This Indenture was acknowledged by Joel Price & Lucy his wife to be their Act & Deed & ordered to be Recorded. Previous to which the said Lucy being privately examined as the law directs did Voluntarily assent thereto. Deed Book 14, page 212. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1786 Sept 25 – This Indenture made this twenty fifth Day of September 1786 BETWEEN Sammons Underwood of the County of Brunswick & State of Virginia of the one part and Mark Clanton of Northampton County & State of North Carolina of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of ten pounds . . . doth grant, bargain & Sell unto the said Mark Clanton . . . a Certain tract or parcel of Land containing by estimation fifty acres . . . it being in the County of Brunswick and bounded as follows (Viz) BEGINNING in Daniel Harrison’s a corner white oak, Thence along Harrison’s line to Jones’s a corner shrub oak, Thence along Burnet’s line to the middle branch, Thence down the said branch to Harrison’s line, Thence along Harrison’s line to the first station . . . Signed by Sammons Underwood (his mark). Brunswick County Court the 25th Septr. 1786. This Indenture was acknowledge by Sammons Underwood to be his Act & Deed & Ordered to be Recorded. Deed Book 14, page 221. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1787 Jan 2 – This Indenture made this second Day of January 1787 BETWEEN Mark Clanton of Brunswick County of the one part and Daniel Harrison of the County aforesaid of the other part . . . for and in Consideration of the sum of Eleven pounds . . . hath granted Bargained sold and confirmed unto the said Daniel Harrison . . . one certain Tract or parcel of Land containing by Estimation fifty acres . . . BEGINNING at a corner white oak on Jones’s line thence along said line to a corner shrub white oak on Burnetts line thence along said line to the head of the middle branch thence down the Branch to Harrison’s line thence along the said line to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Mark Clanton. Brunswick County Court 22d January 1787. This Indenture was acknowledged by Mark Clanton one of the parties and ordered to be Recorded. Deed Book 14, page 247. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1787 Jan 4 – This Indenture made this fourth Day of January 1787 BETWEEN Joseph Prince and Rebecca Prince his wife of Brunswick County, Charles Gilmore of Halifax County No. Carolina and Augustine Sledge . . . that the said Joseph Prince and Charles Gilmore for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds . . . do grant bargain, sell, alien, enfeoff and confirm unto the said Augustine Sledge . . . one certain Tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the County of Brunswick aforesaid containing by estimation one hundred and thirty Acres . . . and Bounded as follows (to wit) BEGINNING at a red oak on the South side of Meherrin in John Robinson’s line, thence by said Robinson’s line to a corner hickory on buckwater run, thence up said buckwater run to a corner red oak in Barnett Stewart’s line, thence by said Stewart’s line to a corner stump a white oak in said Stewart’s corn field, thence by said Stewart’s line to a corner hickory on the bank of Meherrin River aforesaid, thence down the said River to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Joseph Prince (his mark), Rebecca Prince (her mark), and Charles Gilmore, and witnessed by John Camp, Lockett Mitchell, Thomas Bass, Bengan [sic] Woodrough (his mark), and Daniel Harrison. Brunswick County Court the 22d Day of October 1787. This Indenture was proved by the oath of Benjamin Woodrough a witness thereto and having been proved on the 26th Day of February 1787 by the oaths of John Camp and Daniel Harrison also witnesses thereto the same is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 321. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1787 Apr 26 – This Indenture made this 26th day of April, 1787, between Benjamin Edwards of the County of Northampton & State of North Carolina, and Priscilla his wife of the one part and John Mason of the County of Sussex and State of Virginia of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of One Thousand Pounds . . . doth grant bargain & sell unto the said John Mason . . . all that certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being on the South side of Meherrin River in the County of Brunswick & State of Virginia as aforesaid containing by estimation One Thousand Eight Hundred & Forty Six Acres . . . and is bounded as followeth (to wit) Beginning at the mouth of Lightfoots Creek at Meherrin River aforesaid thence down the meanders of the run of the said river to the mouth of Tomlins Run thence up the various meanders of the said Tomlins Run to a Willow Oak thence South Seventy Seven & a half West Twenty Four Poles to a Hickory thence South Sixty Two & a half degrees West Seventy Three Poles to a Hickory (down) thence South Four Degrees East One Hundred & Eight Eight Poles to Danl. Harrisons corner pond thence South Thirty Degrees West One Hundred and Eight Four Poles to a srub white oak thence South Fifty Four Degrees One Hundred Twenty Eight & a half Degree to Henry Jones’ corner (small) pine thence South Forty Eight Degrees West One Hundred Sixty & Six Poles to a small Black Jack thence South Twenty Seven Degrees West Ninety Poles to Jesse Edwards’s line thence along the said Jesse Edwards’s line South Two Degrees East Forty Eight Poles to a White Oak thence North Forty Four Poles West Sixty and a half Poles to a Red Oak thence North Sixty Eight Degrees West Seventy Eight Poles to a White Oak in a small run thence down the various courses of the same to Lightfoots Creek thence up the run of the said Creek to a small branch thence up the various of the run of the said branch to Frank Mallorys line thence along Mallorys line North Twenty One Degrees West Ten Poles to Williams corner Red Oak thence North Twelve Degrees West Two Hundred & Seventy Six Poles to a shrub White Oak thence North Three Degrees West One Hundred Sixty & Six Poles to a small White Oak on Brandy Creek thence down the various meanders of the run of the said Creek to the said John Masons corner small birch on the same thence North Seventy Eight Degrees East Sixty Poles to a Hickory thence South Seventy Five Degrees East One Hundred and Twenty Poles to a Spanish Oak thence South Eighty Five Degrees East Thirty Six Poles to a White Oak in Lightfoots Creek aforesaid thence down the various meanders of the run of the said Creek to the Beginning . . . Signed by Benjm. Edwards and Priscilla Edwards and witnessed by Robt. Mabry, Saml. Gilliam, D. Fisher, and W. Mason. Brunswick County Court June 25th, 1792. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was proved by the oath of Robert Mabry a witness thereto and having been proved on the 23rd day of April, 1792, by the oaths of William Mason & Samuel Gilliam also witnesses thereto the same is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 255. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1787 July 11 – This Indenture made the eleventh Day of July 1787 BETWEEN William Merritt Senior of Brunswick County of the one part and Merritt Birdsong of the same County his grandson of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which he hath and beareth unto the said Merritt Birdsong his grandson and for his better maintenance and support in the world . . . doth give grant alien enfeoff and confirm unto the said Merritt Birdsong . . . a Tract or parcel of Land whereon the said Merritt Birdsong and his father James Birdsong now live containing by estimation two hundred and sixty acres . . . situate in the County on the North side of Sturgeon Creek and bounded as follows BEGINNING at Edmunds Stith’s corner hickory on the said Creek thence along his lines North three degrees West one hundred and sixty eight poles to a great white oake North seventy eight degrees East eighty eight poles to a great red oak North twenty one degrees West one hundred and eight poles to Merritt Cely corner small black jack thence along his lines East sixty six poles to a small red oak South one and an half degrees West eighty poles to a small red oak South forty eight degrees East ninety four poles to a stone near a small branch North forty four degrees East forty two and an half poles to a small hickory South sixty two and an half degrees East thirty one poles to a white oak on the Long Branch thence down the said branch as it meanders to Nathaniel Harrison’s line thence along the said Harrison’s line South eighty nine degrees West one hundred poles to a dead hickory South sixteen degrees West twenty poles to a white oak on Sturgeon Creek aforesaid thence up the said Creek as it meanders to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by William Merritt (his mark) and witnessed by Arad Welton, William Short, William Cely, Merritt Cely, and Merritt House (his mark). Brunswick County Court 23d Day of July 1787. This Indenture was proved by the oaths of Arad Welton, William Short, William Cely and Merritt Cely witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 297. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1787 Sept 24 – This Indenture witnesseth that William Fogg of the County of Brunswick and parish of Meherrin for and in consideration of the sum of sixty pounds . . . paid by William and James Huff and Allan Love all of the County of Brunswick and parish of Meherrin . . . doth grant bargain and sell alien release enfeoff and confirm unto the said William and James Huff and Allan Love . . . all that tract or parcel of Land which the said William Fogg now lives on situate lying and being in the County of Brunswick bounded on the South by James Petillo on the North by James Brown East by Edward Travis and on the West by George Browder containing one hundred and five acres . . . to the only purpose use and behoof of the said William and James Huff and Allan Love their heirs and assigns forever upon special trust and confidence and to and for the uses interests and purposes trusts following that is to say the said William and James Huff and Allan Love shall and will dispose of the said one hundred and five acres for the best price to be got for the same the sale to be made by the publick auction for ready money and the money arising or accrueing from such sale or dispositions and the residue of the said money arising from the said sale and disposition if any to be paid to the said William Fogg . . . that the said William and James Huff and Allan Love their heirs and assigns shall and will, well, truly and faithfully keep perform and fulfill the trust by the presents reposed in them in selling and disposing of the said land for the best price to be got for the same at publick auction in ready money, and in the first place paying themselves satisfying the debt and interest that may arise and become due to them and the residue if any to be the said William Fogg . . . I have hereunto set my hand seal this twentieth Day of February Anno Domminie one thousand seven hundred and eighty six. Signed by William Fogg (his mark) and witnessed by George Nicholson, John Love and Robert Harrison. Brunswick County Court the 24th Day of September 1787. This Indenture of Trust was proved by the oaths of George Nicholson a witness thereto and having been proved on the 24th Day of July 1786 by the oaths of John Love and Robert Harrison also witnesses thereto the same is ordered to be recorded. Book 14, page 305. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1787 Oct 21 – This Indenture made this twenty first Day of October 1787 BETWEEN Drury Going of the County Greensville of the one part and Daniel Harrison of the County of Brunswick of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of eleven pounds . . . hath granted bargained and sold unto the said Daniel Harrison, a certain tract or parcel of Land lying in the County of Brunswick on the South side of Meherrin River containing fifty acres . . . and is bounded as followeth (to wit) BEGINNING at the Dividing Branch at the west end of the said land running along the said Harrison’s land to Pompay’s line, thence to Rebeccah Stewart’s line, thence along her line to Freeman’s line, thence along Freeman’s line to Burnets line to the Dividing Branch, and thence along the said branch to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Drury Going. Brunswick County Court June 23rd 1788. This Indenture was acknowledged by Drury Going to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 366. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1787 Oct 21: Drury Going of Greensville Co Va to Daniel Harrison of Brunswick Co Va . . . conveys land in Brunswick on the south side of the Meherrin River containing 50 acres . . . along Harrison’s land to Pompey’s line, to Rebeccah Stewart’s line, to Freeman’s line, to Barnet’s line . . . signed by Drury Going (witnesses omitted). Proved up on June 23, 1788. pgs 366 to 367. Brunswick Co, Va. [DB 14:366].

1787 Oct 31 – This Indenture made this thirty first Day of October 1787 BETWEEN Fredrick Lucas of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Sterling Edmunds of the same County of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of nineteen pounds ten shillings . . . doth bargain and sell alien release and confirm unto the said Sterling Edmunds . . . a certain tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the County aforesaid containing by Estimation thirty nine acres . . . bounded as follows (to wit) BEGINNING near William Johnson’s plantation at his and Edmund Harrison’s corner red oak, thence N eighty nine degrees W one hundred and ninety eight poles to a corner possimmon in the dividing line between the said Fredrick Lucas and Sterling Edmunds, thence along the line N seventy four E one hundred and nine poles to a white oak corner, thence N sixty E eighty four poles to a corner shrub oak where the said Lucas’s Edmunds’s and Harrison’s line meet, thence along Harrison’s line S fifteen E seventy seven poles to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Fredrick Lucas and witnessed by John Flood Edmunds, Nicholas Lanier (his mark), John Lanier and Randol Hagood. Brunswick County Court April 28th 1788. This Indenture was proved by the oaths of John Flood Edmunds, John Lanier and Randol Hagood witnesses thereto and ordered to be Recorded. Deed Book 14, page 349. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1787 Nov 26 – KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that we Thomas Claiborne, Roger Mallory Junior, Roger Mallory, Henry Morris, William Meridith, John Williams, Gray Edwards, John Edwards, Benjamin Edwards, Robert Watson, Edward Thrower, Joseph Mason, Theophilus Harrison, Grieff Harwell, Benjamin Harrison Junior, James Harrison, Lewis Hicks, Charles Hicks, and Thomas Craft are held and firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Virginia in the sum of fifteen hundred pounds . . . to be paid to the Governor of the said Commonwealth . . . to which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves . . . this twenty sixth Day of November 1787. THE CONDITION of this obligation is such that whereas the above bound Thomas Claiborne is constituted and appointed Sheriff of the County of Brunswick during pleasure by a Commission from the Governor under the seal of the Commonwealth bearing date the [ ] Day of November instant, if therefore the said Thomas Claiborne shall well and truly collect all fines & forfeitures accruing or becoming due to the said Commonwealth in the said County of Brunswick and shall duly account for and pay the same into the Treasury, and shall also well and truly collect and receive all officer’s fees and dues put into his hands to collect, and duly account for and pay the same to the officers to whoom [sic] such fees are due respectively, at such times as are prescribed and limited by Law. And shall well and truly execute all process and preceipts to him directed and pay and satisfy all sums of money and tobacco by him received by virtue of any such process to the person or persons to whoom [sic] the same was due, his or their executors, administrators or assigns and in all other things shall truly and faithfully perform the said office of Sheriff during the time of his continuance in the said office then the obligation to be void. Sealed and Delivered in the presence of Griffin Stith and signed by Thomas Claiborne, Roger Mallory Junior, Roger Mallory, Henry Morris Senior, William Meridith, John Williams, Gray Edwards, Edward Thrower, Thomas Craft, William Cardle, Joseph Mason, Robert Watson, Theophilus Harrison, Grieff Harwell, Benjamin Harrison Junior, Benjamin Edwards, James Harrison, Charles Hicks and Lewis Hicks. Brunswick County Court the 26th Day of November 1788. This Bond was acknowledged in Court by the parties thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 341. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1787 Nov 26 – This Indenture made this twenty sixth Day of November 1787 BETWEEN Harrison Hicks of the one part and John Wills of the County of Brunswick of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum [of] eighty five pounds . . . do grant Bargain sell alien and confirm unto the said John Wills . . . one tract or parcel of Land Situate lying and being in the County of Brunswick, containing by Estimation one hundred and sixty seven Acres . . . and bounded as followeth (VIZ) BEGINNING at Bishop’s Creek on Walker’s line, thence along the Walker’s line to Beverly Brown’s line, thence along the said Brown’s line to Robert Hick’s line, thence along the said Hick’s line to John King’s line on Bishop’s Creek, then down the said Creek to the BEGINNING it being the Land whereon the said Hicks now lives . . . Signed by Harrison Hicks and witnessed by Edward Birchett, Junior, Theophilus Harrison and Lewis Hicks. Brunswick County Court the 28th Day of January 1788. This Indenture was acknowledged by Harrison Hicks a partie thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 333. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1787 Nov 26 – KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that we Thomas Claiborne, Roger Mallory Junior, Roger Mallory, Henry Morris, William Meridith, John Williams, Gray Edwards, John Edwards, Benjamin Edwards, Robert Watson, Edward Thrower, Joseph Mason, Theophilus Harrison, Grieff Harwell, Benjamin Harrison Junior, James Harrison, Lewis Hicks, Charles Hicks, and Thomas Craft are held and firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Virginia in the sum of fifteen thousand pounds . . . to be paid to the Treasurer of the said Commonwealth . . . to which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves . . . dated this twenty sixth Day of November 1787. THE CONDITION of this obligation is such that if the said Thomas Claiborne Sheriff of the said County of Brunswick shall truly and faithfully collect account for and pay agreeable to Law all taxes imposed and becoming due in the said County for the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty eight and by Law to be received by him the said Thomas Claiborne then the above obligation to be void . . . TESTE Griffin Stith and signed by Thomas Claiborne, Roger Mallory, Roger Mallory, Henry Morris Senior, William Meridith, John Williams, Gray Edwards, Edward Thrower, Thomas Craft, William Cardle, Joseph Mason, Robert Watson, Theophilus Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, Grieff Harwell, Benjamin Edwards, James Harrison, Charles Hicks and Lewis Hicks. Brunswick County Court the 26th Day of November 1788. This Bond was acknowledged in Court by the parties thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 340. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1787 Dec 29 – This Indenture made this twenty ninth Day of December 1787 BETWEEN John Randle of the one part and Henry Ledbetter of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of fifty pounds . . . doth bargain and sell unto the said Henry Ledbetter . . . a certain Tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the County of Brunswick BEGINNING on Rattle snake Creek at a corner berch, from thence along Briggs Goodrich’s line nearly a North East course to a corner red oak, from thence along said Goodrich’s line to a corner black jack of Henry Ledbetter’s line, thence along said Ledbetter’s line to James Wright’s line, thence along Wright’s line to a burch stump on Rattlesnake Creek, from thence up the said Creek to the First Station containing by Estimation one hundred and thirty acres . . . Signed by John Randle and witnessed by Beverly Randle, James Randle, John Howell, John Harrison, George Walton and John Walton. Brunswick County Court 28th July 1788. This Indenture was proved by the oaths of James Randle, John Howell and George Walton witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 380. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1788 Apr 22 – KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I Solomon Hall of the County of Brunswick Colony and Dominion of Virginia for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and seven pounds twelve shillings . . . to me in hand paid by Owen Myrick . . . doth hereby grant bargain sell and doth hereby make over in plain and open market five hundred acres of land that I purchases [sic] of Henry and Daniel Walton lying on Quarrel Swamp and five Virginia born Negroes by name Silvia, Rhody, Angelica, Lucy, Ephraim, and their future increase . . . which said land and Negroes is the undoubted right of the said Solomon Hall and by him the said Hall mortgages delivered unto Owen Myrick in full satisfaction for the above mentioned sum of one hundred and seven pounds twelve shillings and lawful interest thereon from this date till paid and I the said Solomon Hall do warrant the just and true right of the said land and Negroes unto the said Owen Myrick at any time or times when he the said Owen Myrick shall think proper to request or demand them . . . when he pleases to take them and out of the said land and Negroes satisfy him of for the above said sum of money with lawful interest thereon as above mentioned which said land and Negroes I the said Solomon Hall deliver by these presents unto the said Owen Myrick . . . this twenty second Day of April 1788. Signed by Solomon Hall and witnessed by Edward King, James Rawlings, and Daniel Harrison. Brunswick County Court August 25th 1788. This Mortgage was acknowledged by Solomon Hall to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 394. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1788 Jun 2 – This Indenture made this second Day of June 1788 BETWEEN Henry Delony of the County of Brunswick of the one part and William Baugh of the same County of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of fifty pounds . . . doth grant bargain sell alien enfeoff and confirm unto the said William Baugh . . . one certain tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the County of Brunswick and bounded as followeth (to wit) BEGINNING at a white oak on William Baugh’s line, thence a new line to the old line to a white oak, thence a new line to a hickory on the bank of the Creek, thence up the said Creek to Baugh’s old line containing one hundred acres . . . Signed by Henry Delony and Ann Delony and witnessed by Theophilus Harrison, James Petillo and Grieff Harwell. Brunswick County Court 23rd Day of June 1788. This Indenture was proved by the oaths of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 360. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1788 June 20 – This Indenture made this twentieth Day of June 1788 BETWEEN Henry Delony and Ann Delony his wife of the County of Brunswick and State of Virginia of the one part and John Aldridge of the aforesaid County of Brunswick of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and ninety one pounds . . . doth for themselves . . . grant bargain sell alien release and confirm unto John Aldridge . . . a certain tract or parcel of Land containing four hundred and eighty six acres of land . . . lying and being in the County aforesaid on the East side of Poplar Creek, and bounded as followeth (VIZ) BEGINNING at a black gum at the bank of Poplar Creek Harwell’s and my corner, thence running South seventy three East seventy three poles to a red oak my corner, thence from there East one hundred poles to Black’s Ferry Road, thence from there along various courses of this said road to William Baugh’s line to hickory, thence from there North fifteen degrees West fifty poles, then from there North forty eight degrees West one hundred and four poles to a white oak thence from there fifty eight degrees West to white oak, thence from there North fifty five degrees West one hundred fifty six poles down to said Poplar Creek, thence from there down the meanders of the Creek to First Station . . . Signed by Henry Delony and Ann Deloney and witnessed by Theophilus Harrison, James Petillo, William Baugh and Iverson Ryland. Brunswick County Court 28th July 1788. This Indenture was proved by the oaths of Theophilus Harrison, James Petillo and William Baugh, witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 387. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1788 Jun 21 – This Indenture made this twenty first Day of June 1788 BETWEEN Henry Delony and Ann Delony his wife of the County of Brunswick and William Shell Senior of the said County of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of forty nine pounds . . . do grant bargain sell alien release and confirm unto the said William Shell . . . one certain tract or parcel of Land containing ninety one Acres . . . lying and being in the County of Brunswick on the South side of Black’s Road and bounded as follows (to wit) BEGINNING at an post oak on Shell’s mill path, thence along the said path to Harwell’s corner spanish oak, thence a straight line to a poast oak on the road, thence along the road to a hickory on Baugh’s line, thence along his line to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Henry Delony and Ann Delony and witnessed by Theophilus Harrison, James Petillo, and William Baugh. Brunswick County Court June 23rd 1788. This Indenture was proved by the oaths of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 357. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1788 June 21 – This Indenture made this twenty first Day of June 1788 BETWEEN William Shell Senior of the one part and William Shell Junior of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of fifty pounds . . . doth for themselves their heirs or assigned grant, bargain, sell, alien, release and confirm unto the said William Shell Junior . . . one certain tract or parcel of Land containing two hundred and fifteen acres . . . lying and being in the County of Brunswick bounded as follows (to wit) BEGINNING on John Morrisson’s line upon a corner white oak, thence along Morrisson’s line to a spring branch up the said branch to the head, thence a straight course to a forked oak on Delony’s line, thence along a new line of marked trees to William Baugh’s line on the road thence up the road to a corner white oak on James Harwell’s line, thence along his line to a spanish oak on the mill path corner, thence along Harwell’s line to Morrisson’s line from thence along Morrisson’s line to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by William Shell and witnessed by Theophilus Harrison, William Baugh, James Petillo, and Henry Delony. Brunswick County Court June 23rd 1788. This Indenture was proved by the oaths of Theophilus Harrison, William Baugh and James Petillo and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 359. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1788 June 23 Drury Going acknowledged his indenture of bargain and sale to Daniel Harrison which is ordered to be recorded. Order bk 15, pg 33. Brunswick Co, Va.
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1788 July 28 – This Indenture made this 28th of July 1788 BETWEEN Thomas Claiborne of Brunswick County of the one part and Joseph Mason of the said County of the other part . . . for and in the consideration of the sum of two hundred and forty one pounds . . . doth bargain sell enfeoff and confirm unto the said Joseph Mason . . . certain tract or parcel of Land containing two hundred acres and bounded as followeth (to wit) BEGINNING at a corner Ash on the middle fork of the Indian Head Creek, thence by a straight line across North nine degrees West two a corner beach on the said Claiborne’s spring branch, thence down the said branch to the Great Creek commonly called Hicks’es Creek, thence up the said Creek to the mouth of Jordan Houses spring branch, known by the name of the Watery Branch thence up the said branch to the said Jordan Houses corner on the said branch, thence by his line to Joseph Mason’s corner red oak, thence by the said Joseph Mason’s line to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Thomas Claiborne and Mary Claiborne and witnessed by Edward Thrower, Theophilus Harrison, George Woodliff and George Hicks. Brunswick County Court 28th July 1788. This Indenture was acknowledged by Thomas Claiborne to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 386. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 Feb 11 – This Indenture made and intented the eleventh Day of February 1789 BETWEEN Fredrick Sims of the County of Wilkes and State of Georgia of the one part and William Edward Brodnax of the County of Brunswick of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of six hundred pounds . . . do give grant bargain sell confirm and release unto the said William Edward Brodnax . . . all the right title and interest of in and to the plantation and tract of land devised by the last Will and Testament of John Sims deceased father of the said Fredrick Sims unto his brother John Sims his son after the death of his mother the said Will bearing date the twelfth Day of May 1778 and recorded in the County of Brunswick will more fully appear the said John Sims having conveyed the said tract of land to the said William Edward Brodnax by deed of feoffment and who now hath the possession thereof . . . Signed by Fredrick Simms. The above deed is signed with the name of Fredrick Simms of Georgia in pursuance of a power of attorney bearing date the thirteenth August 1788 duly authenticated under the seal of the State of Georgia and recorded herewith not having had anything to do with the consideration money or contract. Signed by Drury Stith and witnessed by Griffin Stith, Theophilus Harrison, John Walker and Edward Love. Brunswick County Court 23rd March 1789. This Indenture was acknowledged by Drury Stith attorney for and in the name of Fredrick Sims a partie thereto and together with the power of attorney authenticated under the seal of the State of Georgia is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 463. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 Mar 4 – This Indenture made this 4th Day of March 1789 BETWEEN Elisha Clark and Mary his wife of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Drury Stith, Senr. of the County aforesaid of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of six pounds . . . do grant bargain & sell unto the said Drury Stith . . . the fee simple estate of four acres of land lying & being in the said County of Brunswick and bounded as followeth BEGINNING at a turkey oak on Jones Williamses line thence new lines, South eighty five degrees West twenty poles to a shrub oak bush South five degrees East thirty two poles to a red oak saplin North eighty five degrees East twenty poles to a shrub oak on sd. Jones Williams’s line thence along his line North five degrees West 32 poles to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Elisha Clark and witnessed by Charles Atkins, Willey Harrison, Wm. Nicholson, Tho. Stith, Senr. and Edmunds Stith. Brunswick County Court Jany. 25th 1790. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale was acknowledged by Elisha Clark party thereto to be his act & deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 555. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 Mar 5 – This Indenture made this 5th Day of March 1789 BETWEEN Robert Mabry & Rebecca his wife John Mason William Mason William Harrison & Benjamin Jones Executors &c of the Last Will and Testament of James Mason decd. and John Mason eldest son & heir of the said James Mason decd. of the one part & Sterling Peebles of the County of Brunswick of the other part whereas the said James Mason decd. did in and by his Last Will and Testament bearing date the 27th Day of January which was in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & eight four amongst other things direct [sic] and equire [sic] his said executors as aforesaid to sell and dispose of sundry lands & of which he the said James Mason decd. died seized & possessed as may more fully appear by the said Last Will & Testament of the said James Mason now remaining of record in the worshipful court of Greensville refference [sic] being there unto had . . . have disposed of one hundred and forty nine acres . . . part of the said lands so as aforesaid left by the said James Mason deceased for that purpose for the valuable consideration of the sum of five hundred and seventy pounds . . . do grant bargain & sell alien enfeoff & confirm unto the said Sterling Peebles . . . the aforesaid tract of land containing by estimation one hundred & forty nine acres . . . which said land is situate lying and being on both sides of the Reedy Creek in the aforesaid County of Brunswick and is bounded as follows to wit, BEGINNING at a live oak on the West side the said creek thence South thirty degrees West one hundred and sixty nine poles to a white oak thence South twenty five degrees East one hundred and twenty two poles to a white oak thence to a corner red oak at the Main Road thence along a line of marked trees down the said road to the aforesaid Reedy Creek thence down the various meanders of the run of the said creek to a hicory in James Halls line thence North thirty four poles East sixty eight degrees [sic] to a small oak thence North six and an half degrees East eighty poles to a red oak thence North twenty seven and an half degrees West seventy four poles to a small white oak thence North fifty five and an half degrees West fifty poles to a small white oak on the side the Mill Pond thence down the edge of the highest water mark of the said Mill Pond to the aforesaid Mill Dam thence along the said Mill Dam to the main run of the aforesaid Reedy Creek thence up the various meanders of the run of the said creek to the live oak at the BEGINNING including one water grist mill . . . Signed by Robt. Mabry, Rebecca Mabry, John Mason, W. Mason, W. Harrison, Benja. Jones, and John Mason, Junr. and witnessed by D. Fisher, D. Call, G. K. Taylor, T. Jones, J. Clark, S. Penticost, Ben. Blick, Peter Pelham, James Maclin, Ben. Goodrich, John Loftin, James Powell, John Hamilton, J. Wilkins, and Ths. Claiborne. Brunswick County Court July 25th 1791. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was proved by the oaths of Joseph Wilkins as to John Mason one of the witnesses thereto & having been proved on the 27th Day of April 1789 by the oaths of Benjamin Goodrich, John Hamilton and James Powell three of the witnesses thereto as to Robert Mabry and Rebecca his wife and by the oath of Daniel Call as to William Mason & William Harrison & by the oaths of Thomas Jones and James Clark as to John Mason Junr. & Benjamin Jones and by the oath of Benjamin Blick as to William Mason & having been proved on the 28th Day of September 1789 by the oath of Peter Pelham as to William Mason, Robert Mabry & Rebecca his wife and Benjamin Jones & by the oaths of George K. Taylor and James Powell as to John Mason, Wm. Mason & William Harrison and having been proved on the 29th Day of September 1789 by the oaths of Scarbrough Penticost as to Benjamin Jones & John Mason Junr. the same is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 115. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 Apr 27 – This Indenture made the twenty seventh Day of April 1789 BETWEEN Thos. Claiborne and Mary his wife of the Parish of St. Andrews and County of Brunswick of the one part and James Bafs of the said County and Parish of Meherin of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sume of eight hundred and sixty two pounds . . . doth grant bargain and sell alien and confirm unto the said James Bafs . . . all that tract or parcel of Land situate lying and being in Meherin Parish and County of Brunswick on both sides of Great Creek sometimes Hickses Creek and within the following bounds (to wit) BEGINNING at William Steavensons and William Harrisons corner red oak saplin thence along the said Harrison and Robert Hicks’s line North 64 degrees East 382 poles to a corner red oak on Edwardses line thence South eighty degrees East 40 poles to a corner shrub oak on the said Edwardses line thence South sixty five degrees West 84 poles to a small posimon and maple on the Little Creek thence up the said creek to John Houses corner ash thence by the said Houses line South twenty six degrees West 78 [or 70] poles to a corner red oak thence by the said line South 20 degrees West 113 poles to a corner ash on the South fork of the Steep Branch thence up the said branch and by John Houses line to a corner poplar near the head of a small branch on the said Houses line thence by a new chopt line to a corner poplar in the said Claibornes spring branch just by his plantation thence down the said branch as it meanders to the before mentioned creek thence up the sd. creek to the mouth of the Litewood Branch thence up the said branch as it meanders to a turkey oak thence North 15 degrees West 114 poles by Throwers line to a corner white oak in Jacksons Lick Branch thence down the said branch to a corner great white oak thence North 7 1/2 degrees West 267 poles to the BEGINNING corner red oak saplin and being part of several tracts of land as by the patents may be seen be the same eight hundred and twenty acres . . . Signed by Thomas Claiborne and Mary Claiborne and witnessed by Henry Crittenden, Jas. Harvell, and Robert Brooks (his mark). Brunswick County Court 27th Day July 1789. This Indenture was acknowledged by Thomas Claiborne a party thereto to be his act and deed & ordered to be recorded previous to which Mary Claiborne was privately examined according to Law did voluntarily consent thereto. Deed Book 14, page 518. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 June 22 – This Indenture made this twenty second Day of June 1789 BETWEEN Theophilious Harrison of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Zachariah Floyd of the said County of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and ninety six pounds . . . doth grant, bargain and sell unto the said Zachariah Floyd . . . one certain tract or parcel of Land containing one hundred and ninety six acres . . . lying and being in the County aforesaid and bounded as follows BEGINNING at the said Floyd’s corner red oak on the head branch of Cocks Creek thence down the said head branch of Cocks Creek to an elm thence South eighty seven degrees East one hundred and seventy nine poles to a small ridge path North twenty nine poles to where it crosses the turkey oak, thence along the sd. Floyd’s line South thirty four degrees West two hundred fifty five poles to the sd. Floyd’s corner scrub oak, thence South eighty eight degrees West sixty one poles to the BEGINNING being part of the tract of land containing nine hundred and seventy eight acres bought of the Executors of Philip Lightfoot (decd.) by the said Theophilous Harrison . . . Signed by Theophilous Harrison. Brunswick County Court 22d Day of June 1789. This Indenture was acknowledged in Court by Theophilus Harrison party thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 511. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 Aug 2 – THE COMMONWEALTH of Virginia To Thomas Claiborne James Harrison and Binns Jones Gentlemen Greeting whereas Lewis Hicks & Sarah Hicks by their certain Indenture of Bargain & Sale bearing date the 20th Day of November 1784 have sold & conveyed unto John Wills the fee simple estate of three hundred acres of land . . . and being in the County of Brunswick and whereas the said Sarah Hicks cannot conveniently travel to our Court . . . to make her acknowledgment of the said conveyance therefore we do give unto you or any two or more of you power to receive the acknowledgment which the said Sarah Hicks shall be willing to make before you . . . and we do therefore command you that you do personally go to the said Sarah Hicks and receive her acknowledgment of the same & examine her privily & apart from the said Lewis Hicks her husband . . . the first Day of August 1786. In Obedience to the within writ we personally went to the said Sarah Hicks and did examine her privately and apart from the within named Lewis Hicks her husband and do certify to the said Court of Brunswick County that she did acknowledge the Indenture within named to be her act and deed and that she did the same without the persuasion or threats of her said husband . . . this 2d of August 1789. Signed by James Harrison and Binns Jones. Brunswick County Court August 24th 1789. This Commission was returned together with the Certificate of the Execution thereof which is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 523. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 Aug 21 – This Indenture made this twenty first Day of August 1789 BETWEEN Thomas Morgan and Elizabeth Morgan his wife of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Winfield Mason of the County of Dinwiddie of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and thirty pounds . . . do covenant grant bargain and sell unto the said Winfield Mason . . . one certain tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the County of Brunswick containing one hundred & sixty six acres . . . lying on the North side of Roses Creek, one hundreds part of which was formerly the property of Colling Camphill and by him conveyed to Jams. Williams & by the said Williams to Thomas Morgan the other sixty six acres formerly the property of Colling Campbell and by him conveyed to the said Thomas Morgan reference being had to the records of Brunswick County Court will more fully appear and bounded as follows by the lines of Thomas Fulks Edmund Harrison George Vaughan and Masons own line . . . Signed by Thomas Morgain and Elizabeth Morgain and witnessed by Burwell Abernathy, Robert Bolling Senior, and Richard Yates Bland. Brunswick County Court September 28th 1789. This Indenture was acknowledged by Thomas Morgain party thereto previous to which acknowledgement Elizabeth Morgain wife of the said Thomas being privately examined as the Law directs did voluntarily consent thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 528. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 Aug 22 – This Indenture made this twenty second Day of August 1789 BETWEEN William Williams of the Parish of Meherrin and County of Brunswick of the one part and Jeremiah Mize Parish and County aforesaid of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of five thousand pounds of tobacco . . . have given granted and bargained sold and conveyed confirmed assigned and let over to the said Jeremiah Mize . . . one certain tract or parcel of Land lying and being in the County aforesaid containing one hundred acres . . . and bounded as followeth, to wit, BEGINNING on a red oak on Wesson line thence by his line to a corner shrub oak on Threeats line thence by his line corner red oak on Smiths line thence by his line to a corner shrub oak on a branch thence down the said branch to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by William Williams (his mark) and witnessed by James Harrison and William Magee. Brunswick County Court 22nd of March 1790. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was acknowledged by William Williams party thereto & ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 576. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 Sept 24 – This Indenture made this twenty fourth Day of September 1789 BETWEEN Henry Ledbetter and Winnefred his wife of the County of Brunswick and State of Virginia on the one part and James Wright of the said County of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of eighty pounds . . . doth hereby bargain sell alien, release and confirm unto the said James Wright . . . one certain tract or parcel of Land containing by estimation two hundred and twelve acres being the same more or less, lying and being in the County of Brunswick aforesaid and bounded as follows VIZ BEGINNING at a white oak tree John Brewers corner, thence along the said Brewer’s line to a corner scrub oak, thence up Brewers Branch to a corner turkey oak thence along a line chopt trees to Bowler Dobbins’s line thence along Dobbins line to a corner scrub oak and thence along the said line to the Long Branch thence down the said branch Rattle Snake Creek thence down the said creek to a corner willow thence across the creek & along a line of chopped trees to a corner posimmon, thence along a line of chopt trees to a corner sweet gum on the creek thence down the meanders of the creek to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Henry Ledbetter and Winnifred Ledbetter and witnessed by Edward King, John Harrison, and John Wright. Brunswick County Court September 28th 1789. This Deed was acknowledged by Henry Ledbetter a party thereto as his act & deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 532. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 Nov 23 – KNOW all men by these presents that we William Vaughan, James Blick, Roger Mallory, Junr., Theophilus Harrison, John Hicks, Charles Hicks, Beverly Brown, Thomas Washington & Robert Harrison are held and firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Virginia in the sum of fifteen thousand pounds . . . to be paid to the treasurer of the said Commonwealth for the time being . . . which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and each of us . . . and severally firmly by these presents sealed with our hands & dated this twenty third day of November one thousand seven hundred & eighty nine. The Condition of this obligation is that whereas the above bounden William Vaughan is constituted & appointed sheriff of the County of Brunswick if therefore the said William Vaughan shall faithfully & truly collect account for & pay agreeable to Law all taxes imposed and becoming due in the said County for the year one thousand seven hundred & ninety and by Law to be received by him the said William Vaughan then that above obligation to be void signed sealed & acknowledged before Chas. B. Jones, DCBC. Signed by William Vaughan, James Blick, Roger Mallory, Junior, Theophilus Harrison, John Hicks, Charles Hicks, Beverly Brown, Thos. Washington and Robert Harrison. Brunswick County Court November 23rd 1789. This Bond was acknowledged by the parties thereto to be their act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 541. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 Nov 23 – KNOW all men by these presents that we William Vaughan, James Blick, Roger Mallory, Jur., Theophilus Harrison, John Hicks, Charles Hicks, Beverly Brown, Thomas Washington & Robert Harrison are held and firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Virginia in the sum of twenty thousand pounds . . . to be paid to Beverly Randolph Esqr. Governor of the said Commonwealth . . . to which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us . . . jointly & severally firmly by these presents sealed with our seals & dated this twenty third day of November one thousand seven hundred & eighty nine. The Condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bounden William Vaughan is constituted & appointed sheriff of the County of Brunswick during pleasure by a Commission from the Governor under the Seal of the Commonwealth bearing date the twenty sixth Day of August 1789 if therefore the said William Vaughan shall well & truly collect all fines & forfeitures accruing or becoming due to the said Commonwealth in the said County of Brunswick and shall duly account for & pay the same into the treasury and shall also well and truly collect all officers fees and dues put into his hands to collect and duly account for & pay the same to the officers to whom such fees are due respectively at such times as are prescribed & limited by Law and shall well & truly execute all process & precepts to him directed & pay and satisfy all sums of money & tobacco by him received by virtue of any such process to the person or persons to whom the same shall be due his or their executors or administrators or assigns and in all other things shall truly & faithfully perform the said office of Sheriff during the time of his continuance then this the obligation be void sealed & delivered in presence of Chas. B. Jones, DCBC. Signed by William Vaughan, James Blick, Roger Mallory, Junior, Theophilus Harrison, Beverly Brown, Charles Hicks, Thomas Washington, John Hicks and Robert Harrison. Brunswick County Court November 23rd 1789. This Bond was acknowledged by the parties thereto to be their act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 542. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 Dec 12 – This Indenture made this twelfth Day of December 1789 BETWEEN Nathaniel Mason and Judith his wife of the County of Brunswick and State of Virginia of the one part William Vaughan of the County and State aforesaid of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of twenty seven pounds ten shillings . . . doth grant bargain & sell alien enfeoff release and confirm unto the said William Vaughan . . . one certain tract or parcel of land in the County and State aforesaid on Beddingfields Creek containing twenty acres . . . and bounded as followeth (to wit) BEGINNING at a corner pine below the said Vaughans mill on Beddingfields Creek thence up the said creek as it meanders to a willow oak on the creek side nearly against Jesse Brewers & the said Vaughans corner on the opposite side of the creek thence a South corus [sic] eight poles to a corner pine thence South ten degrees East forty two poles thence South forty degrees East twenty one poles to three white oaks thence South seventy degrees East thirty eight poles to a pine thence South fifty degrees East ten poles to a white oak thence North twenty two degrees East fourteen poles to a spanish oak thence South eighty degrees East twenty eight poles to a white oak thence along a line of marked trees to a corner hicory near the mill dam thence down the side of the hill to a pine a corner tree thence to the FIRST STATION . . . Signed by Nathaniel Mason and Judith Mason and witnessed by Benja. Harrison, Jesse Brewer, and John Phillups. Deed Book 14, page 607. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1789 Dec 15 – This Indenture made the 15th Day of December 1789 BETWEEN Benjamin Ivy Senior of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Benjamin Ivey Junior of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of eighty eight pounds eight shillings & three pence . . . doth by these presents grant, bargain & sell aliene [sic] enfeoff and confirm unto the said Benjamin Ivey Junior . . . all that tract or parcel of land lying & situate as follows, to wit, the dividing line between the said James Ivey Senior and Benjamin Ivy, Junior BEGINNING at the mouth of the spring branch where it runs into Janitto Creek & runs up the said branch as it winds a South course to the head of the said at a hickory thence straight on the same course to a red oak on the former line thence on the same line to the BEGINNING containing 290 acres . . . and being on the South side of Meherrin River in Meherrin Parish in the County of Brunswick . . . Signed Benja. Ivy and witnessed by W. Harrison, Abram Vaughan, and Thomas Wm. Ivie. Brunswick County Court November 22nd 1790. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale was proved according to law by the oaths of Thomas W. Ivy a witness thereto & having been proved on the 23rd Day of March last by the oaths of Wilie Harrison & Abram Vaughan also witnesses thereto the same is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 10. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1790 Jan 25 – IN THE NAME GOD AMEN. I, Benjamin Harrison, Senior, of Brunswick County and Parish of Meherin being in my prefect senses and of a sound memory, judgment, do make and ordain this my last will and testament in the manner following, my soul I give to God who gave it being trusting for happiness through the merits of my Saviour Jesus Christ. In premiss it is my desire that my body may be deceantly buried according to the direction of my executors, that all my just debts be first paid and the residue of my worldly estate it hath pleased God to bless me with I give and dispose of as followeth:
FIRST. I give and bequeath to my son, Thomas Harrison, part of the land I had of William Warwick beginning at the lower line thence up the long branch to the head, thence a strait line to the road, also the land whereon he now lives to him and his heirs forever. Item. I lend unto my son Thomas Harrison, Peter, King, Dackter, Orstean, Jacob, and Fatha, during his natural life and then I give them to be equally divided among all his children that is then living to them and their heirs forever.
ITEM. I lend to my daughter, Rites Cook, during her natural life one Negro woman named Sal with her, her increase and then I give them to be equally divided among her children that is then living to them and their heirs forever.
ITEM. I lend to my daughter, Hannah Reas, one Negro man named Absolum during her natural life, and then I give him to be equally divided among her children that is then living to them and their heirs forever.
ITEM. I give to my son, Benjamin Harrison, the other part of my land I bought of William Warwick, also the land and plantation whereon he now lives, also the land and plantation whereon I now live, also the land I bought of Reubin Booth to him and his heirs forever.
ITEM. I lend to my son, Benjamin Harrison, Cailine, Benson, Tom and Josh, during his natural life and then I give them to be equally divided between all his children that is then living to them and their heirs forever.
ITEM. I lend to my son, James Harrison, Dick, Harry and Joe, during his natural life and then I give them to be equally divided among all his children that is then living to them and their heirs forever.
ITEM. I lend to my daughter, Elizabeth Barner, Isaac, Moll, Moses, Charles, Fillis and Antony and their increase, during her natural life and then I give them to be equally divided between all her children that is then living to them and their heirs forever.
ITEM. I lend to my daughter, Rebecca Hicks, Rowlin, Cate, Pig and Beth during her natural life and then I give them to be equally divided between all her children that is then living to them and their heirs forever.
ITEM. I lend to my daughter, Tabetha Collier, Sue, Anna, Charles, Tilis, Humphry and Mack during her natural life and then I give them to be equally divided between all her children she has then living to them and their heirs forever.
ITEM. I lend to my daughter, Nancy Hicks, Chac, Peter, Daisy, Rammon, Violet, Jane, Patience and George during her natural life and then I give them to be equally divided between all her children that is then living to them and their heirs forever.
ITEM. I lend to my daughter, Rebecca Hicks, Eiash, Harry, Britton, Wooley and Jack during her natural life and then I give them to be equally divided between all her children that is then living to them and their heirs forever.
ITEM. I give to my daughter, Rites Cook, one hundred pounds to be paid her by my Executors out of the money raised by the sale of my stock and household furniture to her and her heirs forever.
ITEM. I give to my daughter, Hannah Ross, one hundred pounds to be paid her by my Executors out of the money raised by the sale of my stock and household furniture to her and her heirs forever.
ITEM. I give to my grandson, Theophilus Harrison, one small yellow boy named Tom to him and heirs forever.
ITEM. I give to my granddaughter, Judith Barner, one Negro girl named Milley to her and her heirs forever.
ITEM. I give to my grandson Theofilas Harrison, one Negro girl named Holy to him and his heirs forever.
ITEM. My will and desire is that all my Estate, real or personal that is not mentioned including the land whereon my grandson, Robert Harrison, lives be sold and the money arising therefrom after paying the legatees to be equally divided among all my children.
ITEM. My will is that my three old negroes live with whom they please their names being Marausy, Fillis and Jany.
ITEM. I leave my two sons, Benjamin Harrison and James Harrison, Executors of this my last Will and Testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this Twenty Ninth of December One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Nine.
Signed by Benjamin Harrison (by his mark).
[Proved January 25, 1790, Brunswick County, Virginia]
Will Book 5, page 345, Brunswick County, Virginia

1790 Feb 8 – To all to whom these presents shall come greeting Know ye that I Robert Hicks of Brunswick County in the State of Virginia have named appointed & constituted & do by these presents name appoint and constitute Abner Hill of Greensville in the said State of Virginia by Attorney with full power and authority for me and in my name to demand & receive all and every sum or sums of money or other property which was belonging to or owing to my son Harrison Hicks deceased & late of [—] County in the State of South Carolina and in my name as my attorney give sufficient receipts for all sums of money or other property to any person or persons of whom he shall receive any money or other property that is or my be owing to or belonging to the estate of my said deceased son Harrison Hicks & I do hereby give and grant to my said attorney full & compleat [sic] power & authority to use and exercise all such acts and devises in the law as shall be necessary in the premises as fully as myself could act & do if I was personally present hereby ratifying confirming & allowing all and whatsoever my said attorney shall lawfully do or cause to be done therein by virtue of these presents. In writing whereof I have hereunto set my hand & affixed my seal this 8th Day of February, 1790. Signed by Robert Hicks, and witnessed by Lewis Hicks, Geo. Hicks, and Binns Jones. Brunswick County Court November 22nd 1790. This Letter of Attorney was proved according to Law by the oaths of George Hicks & Binns Jones two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 6. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1790 April – TO ALL to whom these present writing shall come know ye that we Benjamin Harrison, James Harrison, Jno. Hicks, John Cook, Myhill Collier, Robert Hicks, John Barner, Hannah Reese, children of Benjamin Harrison, deceased late of the County of Brunswick and Robert Hicks, John Lett Cook, John Hicks, Miles Collier, & John Barner are those who married to the daughters of the said Benja. Harrison, dec’d. we the said persons for sundry reasons and considerations but more especially to fulfill and es_ply with the real intent and desire of our father Benjamin Harrison dec’d which we believe was his intention for some years before he departed this life So that we and each of us as above mentioned do freely and voluntarily of our own free will and consent give grant & confirm by these presents unto Lucy Barner, the daughter of John Barner one Negro boy named Fed which was the property of our father Benja. Harrison, dec’d. to her and her heirs forever as we have the strongest circumstances to believe it was our father Benja. Harrison intent & desire to have devised him the said Negro boy Fed to her the said Lucy Barner in his Last Will and Testament but thro a mistake as we do expect he did not. We the persons above named do hereby jointly and severally agree and openly declare by these presents that we do freely clearly and absolutely give grant & confirm unto Lucy Barner the said Negroe boy named Fed to her and her heirs forever to her and their own proper use and behoof forever to do use and dispose at her and their will and pleasure without any manner of challenge claims demand of any of us above mentioned or of any other person or persons for us or in our names by our calls means consent or procurement but that she the said Lucy Barner shall and may peaceably and quietly possess and enjoy the said Negroe named Fed as free and clear from the claim right title or demand of us or any of us our heirs executors and administrators from time to time and at all times forever as witness our hands and seals this ____ day of April 1790. Signed by Benja. Harrison, James Harrison, John Hicks, John L. Cook, Myhill Collier, Robert Hicks, John Barner (his mark), and witnessed by Tho. Harrison, W. Y. Harrison, and Miles Hicks. Brunswick County Court June 20th 1790. This Deed of Gift was proved according to law by the oaths of Theophilus Harrison & Wylie Harrison, two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 1. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1790 Oct 1 – This Indenture made this 1st Day of October 1790 BETWEEN Edward Dromgoole Executor to the Last Will and Testament of Thomas Walton deceased of the one part and James Turner of the County of Sussex of the other part . . . doth grant bargain and sell unto the said James Turner the following tract of land lying and being in partly in Brunswick and partly in Greensville County containing by estimation five hundred acres . . . for the consideration of the sum of seventy five pounds twelve shillings . . . and bounded as follows BEGINNING at a persimmon a corner in Thomas Kirbys & Henry Walton thence by Henry Waltons line to James Wasdens line thence by Wasdens line to a red oak in the line of Thomas Walton decd. thence by said line to a turkey oak in Joseph Ingram line thence by Ingrams line to a red oak in Drury Waltons line to two small white oaks a corner in Henry Mangums line thence by Mangums line to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Edward Dromgoole and witnessed by Henry Mangam, John Walton, Junr., Nathl. Harrison, Junr., and William Raney. Brunswick County Court July 25th 1791. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale was acknowledged by Edward Dromgoole party thereto to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 113. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1790 Oct 6 – This Indenture made this 6th Day of October 1790 BETWEEN Buckner Stith Senr. of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Robert Bolling Junr. of the County of Dinwiddie of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings . . . but more especially for and in consideration of the natural love which he hath and beareth unto the said Robert Bolling Junr. doth give & grant unto the said Robert Bolling Junr. five Negroe slaves (to wit) Esther Sarah Harrison Annoke & Silvia the daughter of Molley . . . Signed by Buckner Stith, Senr. and witnessed by Andrw. Meade, Buckner Stith, Junr. and Griffin Stith. Brunswick County Court March 28th 1791. This Deed of Gift from Buckner Stith Senr. to Robert Bolling Junr. was proved according to law by the oaths of Buckner Stith Junr. & Griffin Stith two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 56. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1790 Nov 20 – This Indenture made the twentieth Day of November 1790 BETWEEN Samuel Frances of Southampton County in the State of Virginia of the one part and Owen Myrick of the County of Brunswick and State aforesaid of the other part . . . that I the said Samuel Frances for and in consideration of the sum of thirty pounds . . . hath granted bargained and sold . . . unto the said Owen Myrick . . . a certain tract of land containing one hundred & eighty acres it being a part of a quarter dividend of land and bounded as followeth (to wit) BEGINNING at Owen Myricks and William Harrisons corner tree saplins corner trees thence along Owen Myrick line to a ded [sic] gum on the Fort Road thence along the said road 62 poles down the said rode [sic] to a red oak a corner tree thence a straight line to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Saml. Francis and witnessed by Jesse Edwards (his mark), Lazerus Williams (his mark), John Norrad (his mark), Dinna Edwards (her mark), Martha Kelley (her mark), Will. Warwick, and Joseph Phipps (his mark). MEMORANDUM that peasable [sic] & quiet possession & seizen of the said land & hereditaments within mentioned to be granted was had & taken by the within named Owen Myrick the bargain . . . Signed Samuel Francis and witnessed by Jesse Edwards (his mark), Lazarus Williams (his mark), John Norrad (his mark), Dianna Edwards (her mark), Will. Warwick, and Joseph Phipps (his mark). Brunswick County Court November 22nd 1790. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale and Memorandum endorsed was proved according to law by the oaths of Lazarous Williams, John Norrad, Jesse Edwards & Joseph Phipps four of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 14, page 636. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1790 Nov 21 – This Indenture made this 21st day of November 1790 BETWEEN Edward Freeman of the County of Brunswick of the one part and John Burnitt of the County of Brunswick of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of twenty-one pounds five shillings . . . hath granted bargained and sold unto the said John Burnitt a certain tract or parcel of land lying in the County of Brunswick the South side Meherrin River containing one hundred acres of land . . . and bounded as followeth (to wit) BEGINNING at a sweet gum on the Buck Water Branch on John Burnitts line thence Eastward along the said Burnitts line to a corner blackjack on Dugless Wilkins line thence Northward along the sd. Wilkins line to a corner hicory thence alonge James Stewards line North Westward to a corner hicory on the East side the aforesaid Buckwater Branch thence Southward along the various courses of the sd. Branch to the BEGINNING . . . signed by Edward Freeman (by his mark) and witnessed by Daniel Harrison, Hermon Harrison and Lewis Jackson. Brunswick County Court November 28th 1791. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was proved by the oath of Lewis Jackson a witness thereto and having been proved on the twenty- second day of November 1790 by the oaths of Daniel and Hermon Harrison also witnesses thereto the same is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 166. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1790 Nov 22 – This Indenture made the 22nd Day of November 1790 BETWEEN Henry Jones & Amy his wife of the County of Greensville of the one part & Frances Stewart of the County of Brunswick of the other part . . . for & in the consideration of the sum of fifteen pounds . . . do grant bargain sell alien & confirm unto the said Frances Stewart . . . a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Brunswick part of the tract of land granted to the said Henry Jones by Patent dated the tenth of October one thousand seven hundred & ninety containing by estimation one hundred acres . . . bounded as follows, to wit, BEGINNING at the Fort Road at a corner scrub white oak from thence North to a pine thence North to a corner pine on Harrisons line being the dividing line between the said Frances & Henry Jones thence East along Harrisons line to a scrub white oak thence South to a pine on the said line thence to the said road thence West up the said road to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Henry Jones (his mark) and Amy Jones (her mark). Brunswick County Court November 22nd 1790. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale was acknowledged by Henry Jones & Amy his wife parties thereto to be their act & deed & ordered to be recorded. Previous to which acknowledgment the said Amy being privately examined as the Law directs did voluntarily assent thereto. Deed Book 15, page 5. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1790 Nov 26 – This Indenture made this 26th Day of November 1790 BETWEEN Henry Jones & Amy his wife of the County of Greenville [sic] of the one part & Daniel Harrison of the County of Brunswick of the other part . . . for & in the consideration of the sum of five shillings . . . do grant bargain sell alien & confirm unto the said Daniel Harrison . . . a certain tract or parcel of land lying & being in the County of Brunswick containing by Estimation one hundred acres . . . it being part of the land granted to the said Henry Jones by Patent bounded as follows, to wit, BEGINNING at the Fort Road corner white oak from thence North to a srub [sic] white oak on Daniel Harrisons line thence along Harrisons line East to a corner white scrub oak, thence South along Harrisons line to the said road at a corner black jack, thence up the said road West to a corner white oake at the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Henry Jones (his mark) and Amy Jones (her mark). Brunswick County Court November 22nd 1790. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale was acknowledged by Henry Jones & Amy his wife parties thereto to be their act & deed & ordered to be recorded. Previous to which acknowledgment the said Amy being privately examined as the Law directs did voluntarily assent thereto. Deed Book 15, page 3. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1790 Dec 29 – This Indenture made this 29th Day of December 1790 BETWEEN Charles Lucas and his wife Martha of the County of Brunswick of the one part Lemon Shell of the same County of the other part . . . for and in consideration of six hundred pounds . . . doth hereby bargain sell alien enfeoff and confirm unto the said Lemon Shell . . . one certain tract or parcel of land and premises containing four hundred and seventy four acres . . . lying and being in the County of Brunswick aforesaid and on the South side of Great Creek and bounded as followeth to wit BEGINNING on the Great Creek at Thomas Boswell line thence along Boswells line to Harrison’s line thence along Harrisons line to Jacksons line thence along Jackson’s line to Wm. Murrells line thence along Murrills line to the Great & thence down the said Great Creek to the BEGINNING being all of that tract of land which the said Lucas holds or possesses in the aforesaid County of Brunswick containing by estimation four hundred and seventy five acres . . . Signed by Charles Lucas (his mark) and Martha Lucas (her mark), and witnessed by Tho. Saunders, James Saunders, and Joseph Baugh. Brunswick County Court August 22nd 1791. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale was proved by the oaths of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 130. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 Feb 4 – KNOW all men by these presents that I William Connelly of Brunswick County for and in the consideration of the sum of seventy pounds . . . do grant bargain & sell unto John Stith . . . two feather beds and furniture one bay horse saddle & bridle one cow and calf fifteen head of hogs all my blacksmith tools and all my wifes right of her fathers & grandmothers estate when divided . . . in trust nevertheless upon this condition that whereas the said John Stith is and stands security for me on a replevy Bond to Benjamin Ingram for thirty odd pounds and on another Bond to Samuel Glass for ten pounds and whereas I formerly assigned to him a Bond of Samuel Scotts for thirty pounds & he assigned it again to Hinchia Gilliam which Bond probably on the failure of the said Scott he the said John Stith may be obliged to make good and being willing and desirous to indemnify him of and in these premises as above mentioned do by these presents give unto the said John Stith full power & lawful authority whenever he shall may suffer in either of the above instances to take possession of and to sell at publick auction on reasonable notice for ready money any part or the whole of the above mentioned property . . . the 4th Day of February 1791. Signed by William Connelly and witnessed by Thomas Stith, Senr. Theo. Harrison, and William Goodwyn. Brunswick County Court March 28th 1791. This Deed of Trust was acknowledged by William Connelly party thereto to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 57. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 Feb 16 – This Indenture made this 16th Day of February 1791 BETWEEN Balaam Ezell of the County of Brunswick and Commonwealth of Virginia of the one part & James Frame of said County Commonwealth of the other part . . . for & in consideration of the sum of ninety pounds . . . which the said Balaam Ezell owes & is justly indebted for to John Drummond of the County of Dinwiddie said Commonwealth surviving partner of Allen Love & Co. late of Brunswick County & which he the said Balaam Ezell honestly & earnestly wishes & desires to secure satisfy & pay to the said John Drummond and in consideration of the further sum of five shillings . . . paid by the said James Frame . . . doth grant give sell alien & absolutely confirm to the said James Frame . . . a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Brunswick containing by estimation one hundred & sixty two acres . . . & bounded by the land of James Harrison John Hicks James Battes formerly John Dives’s & Meherrin River being the tract of land which Nathaniel Robertson has this day given him a deed for . . . upon trust nevertheless that the said James Frame . . . shall and will after the sixteenth day of February next ensuing the date hereof when he the said James Frame shall think proper or the said Balaam Ezell shall require the same which ever of these events may first happen sell after giving ten days previous publick notice and advertizement for the best price that can be had for the same the sd. land and out of the money arising had or paid by the sale of the said land so to be sold pay or cause to be paid to the said John Drummond as aforesaid . . . Signed by Balaam Ezell and witnessed by Isaac Hicks, Edward Love, and Theo. Harrison. Brunswick County Court February 28th 1791. This Deed of Trust was acknowledged by Balaam Ezell party thereto to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 40. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 Feb 16 – This Indenture made this 16th Day of February 1791 BETWEEN Nathaniel Roberson of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Balaam Ezell of the said County of the other part . . . for & in consideration of the sum of two hundred & two pounds ten shillings . . . doth grant bargain & sell unto the said Balaam Ezell . . . all that or parcel of land and plantation lying and being in the said County of Brunswick on the South side of Meherrin River about two miles above Penningtons Ford containing one hundred & sixty two acres . . . and bounded as followeth (to wit) BEGINNING at a ash standing near the river on Colo. James Harrisons line and from thence along the said Harrisons line to the land of John Hicks and by his lines to the land James Batts purchased of John Davis and by his lines to Avens Creek and from thence down the said creek as it meanders to the river aforesaid and thence down the said river to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Nathaniel Roberson and witnessed by Isaac Hicks, Jas. Frame, and Allan Love. Brunswick County Court May 23rd 1791. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale between Nathaniel Robertson of the one part & Balaam Ezell of the other part was proved by the oaths of Isaac Hicks, James Frame, & Allan Love the witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 84. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 Feb 23 – This Indenture made this 23rd Day of February 1791 BETWEEN Isaac Withers formerly of the County of Brunswick of the one part and William Short Junr. of the other part and aforesaid County . . . for certain considerations agreed to by both parties the said Isaac Withers hath and by these presents grant bargain & sell make over convey & deliver unto the said William Short . . . one hundred and sixteen acres of land . . . in the aforesaid County of Brunswick bounded as follows (vizt) BEGINNING on William Short Senrs. line and down Fields line a North course to a corner red oak from thence a West course on the said Fields line to Pools Spring Branch from thence down the said branch a South course to Cover Pond Branch from thence a West course up the said branch to Claytons line from thence a South course up Claytons line to a corner scrub oak on the aforesaid William Shorts line Seniors line from thence an East course to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Isaac Weathers and witnessed by John Short, Edmund Field, Nathl. Harrison, Junr. Brunswick County Court March 28th 1791. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale from Isaac Withers to William Short Junr. was proved according to law by the oaths of John Short, Edmund Field and Nathaniel Harrison, Junr. witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 55. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 Feb 28 – GUARDIAN ACCOUNT – HARRISON, Peter – Guardian accounts for Peter Harrison, Mary Harrison, and John Harrison, orphans of Henry Harrison, dec’d., by James Marshall, their guardian for period from 1789 to 1791. Presented in Court on February 28, 1791.
Deed Book 4, page 92 (Guardian Accounts Section), Brunswick County, Virginia

1791 Feb 28 – GUARDIAN ACCOUNT – HARRISON, Mary – Guardian accounts for Peter Harrison, Mary Harrison, and John Harrison, orphans of Henry Harrison, dec’d., by James Marshall, their guardian for period from 1789 to 1791. Presented in Court on February 28, 1791.
Deed Book 4, page 92 (Guardian Accounts Section), Brunswick County, Virginia

1791 Feb 28 – GUARDIAN ACCOUNT – HARRISON, John – Guardian accounts for Peter Harrison, Mary Harrison, and John Harrison, orphans of Henry Harrison, dec’d., by James Marshall, their guardian for period from 1789 to 1791. Presented in Court on February 28, 1791.
Deed Book 4, page 92 (Guardian Accounts Section), Brunswick County, Virginia

1791 Feb 28 – GUARDIAN ACCOUNT – HARRISON, Henry – Guardian accounts for Peter Harrison, Mary Harrison, and John Harrison, orphans of Henry Harrison, dec’d., by James Marshall, their guardian for period from 1789 to 1791. Presented in Court on February 28, 1791.
Deed Book 4, page 92 (Guardian Accounts Section), Brunswick County, Virginia

1791 Mar 12 – THE COMMONWEALTH of Virginia To James Harrison & Daniel Huff Gentlemen Greeting whereas Lewis Hicks and Sally Hicks his wife of the County of Brunswick by their certain Indenture of Bargain and Sale bearing date 22nd Day of December 1783 have sold unto William Batte Junior of the County of Brunswick the fee simple estate of five hundred ten & a half acres of land with the appurtenances lying and being in the County of Brunswick and whereas the said Sally Hicks cannot conveniently travel to our court . . . to make acknowledgment of the said conveyance therefore we do give unto you or any two or more of you power to receive the acknowledgment which the said Salley Hicks shall be willing to make before you of the conveyance aforesaid . . . therefore we do command you that you personally go to the said Sally Hicks and receive her acknowledgment of the same & examine her privately and apart from the said Lewis Hicks her husband . . . the 5th Day of March in the fifteen year of our foundation (1791). By virtue of this commission to us directed we the subscribers have privily examined Sally Hicks the wife of the said within named Lewis Hicks . . . and have received her acknowledgment of the indenture hereunto annexed . . . certified under our hands & seals this 12th Day of March 1791. Signed by James Harrison and Daniel Huff. Brunswick County Court March 28th 1791. This Commission for taking the acknowledgment & privy examination of Sally Hicks wife of Lewis Hicks to an Indenture of Bargain & Sale to William Batte, Junior, was retd. and together with a certificate of the execution thereof is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 52. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 Apr 23 – This Indenture made this 23rd Day of April 1791 BETWEEN William Myrick Edwards of the County of Brunswick & State of Virginia of the one part & Thomas Washington of the County of Brunswick and State of Virginia of the other part . . . for & in consideration of the sum of one hundred & fifty pounds . . . doth for himself & his heirs grant bargain sell alien release & confirm unto the said Thomas Washington . . . one tract or parcel of land containing one hundred & fifty acres . . . lying and being in the County of Brunswick on the upper side of Cocks Creek and bounded as follows (Vizt.) BEGINNING on Frederick Jones’s line on the aforesaid Cocks Creek on a red budd thence along the said Jones’s line to a corner red oak on Doctor Greenways line thence along Doctor Greenways line to a corner hickory on John Barners line thence along the said Barners line to a white oak on the said Cockes Creek thence down the creek to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Wm. Myrick Edwards and witnessed by Grief Harwell, Robt. Harrison, and Thomas Seammell. Brunswick County Court April 25th 1791. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale was acknowledged by William M. Edwards party thereto to be his act & deed and ordered to be recorded previous to which acknowledgment [—–] the wife of the said William being first privily examined as the law directs did voluntarily assent thereto. Deed Book 15, page 75. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 May 23 – This Indenture made this 23rd Day of May 1791 BETWEEN Balaam Ezell of the County of Brunswick of the part & Benjamin Bass of the County aforesaid of the other part . . . that whereas the said Benjamin (sic) Ezell being just indebted to Nathaniel Robinson in the just & full sum of ninety seven pounds and whereas on the twenty seventh day of October in the year one thousand seven hundred & ninety William Atkison & James Bass of the County aforesaid did become security for the said Ezell to the said Nathl. Robinson for the aforesaid debt by joining with the said Balaam Ezell in executing their Bonds to the said Nathl. Robinson for the said sum of ninety seven pounds which said Bonds will become payable, that is to say, the Bond which William Atkison is surety for one the twenty fifth day of December next ensuing and the one which James Bass is security for on the twenty fifth day of December 1792 and the said Balaam Ezell being desirous honestly to secure save harmless & indemnify the said William Atkison & James Bass as his security as aforesaid therefore for and in consideration of the aforesaid sum of money seven pounds as also for and in consideration of the further sum of five shillings . . . doth grant bargain sell & confirm unto the said Benjamin Bass . . . one tract or parcel of land lying & being in the County of Brunswick on the South side of Meherrin River about two miles above Penningtons Ford on said river containing one hundred & sixty two acres . . . & bounded as follows (to wit) BEGINNING at an ash standing near the said river adjoining Col. James Harrisons line thence along the said Harrisons line to the land of John Hicks & thence along his line to the land of James Batts which he purchased from John Davis thence along his line to Avents Creek & from thence down the said creek as it meanders to the river aforesaid & thence down the said river to the BEGINNING . . . upon trust nevertheless that the said Benjamin Bass . . . shall after the twenty fifth of December 1791 as also any time after the twenty fifth day of December 1792 as soon as the said Benja. Bass shall think proper or the said Balaam Ezell requests the same which ever of these two circumstances shall first happen shall for the best price that can be gotten after giving ten days public notice the aforementioned tract of land or any part thereof and out of the money arising from such sale discharge satisfy & pay to the said Wm. Atkison & James Bass . . . the aforesaid sum of ninety seven pounds . . . Signed by Balaam Ezell and witnessed by Sterling Peebles, Thos. Jones, and Nathaniel [J]ackson. Brunswick County Court May the 23rd 1791. This Indenture of Deed of Trust from Balaam Ezell of the one part & William Atkison & James Bass of the other part was acknowledged by the said Balaam Ezell party thereto to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed book 15, page 79. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 May 27 – This Indenture made this 27th day of May 1791 BETWEEN Edmond Harrison and Mary his wife of the county of Prince George of the one part and Sterling Edmonds of Brunswick County of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and ninety-seven pounds sixteen shillings and ten pence . . . hath granted bargained and sold unto the said Sterling Edmonds . . . one certain tract or parcel of land containing by survey three hundred and twenty-five acres . . . lying and being in the County of Brunswick and bounded as follows (vizt) BEGINNING at Thomas Penns line where it crosses Great Creek at a stooping Birch tree along the said Penns line South 50 deg. West eighty-four and a half poles to a corner white oak on the said Edmonds line thence along the said Edmonds line South 12 deg. East one hundred and eighty-two poles to a red oak thence south 19 deg. East sixteen poles to William Johnstons corner black oak thence South 53 deg. East one hundred and fifty-four poles along said Johnstons line to a red oak on the main road thence along the hedge row on the North side of said row North eighty-one degrees East fifty-four poles North 74 East 12 poles North 56 East 26 poles North 33 East fifty- four poles to a small red oak in the said hedge row thence leaving the hedge row North 43 deg. East sixteen poles to a white oak on Great Creek thence up the said creek as it meanders to the BEGINNING . . . signed by Edmond Harrison and Mary Harrison and witnessed by Mary Gilliam, Sally Harrison, Jane Harrison. Edmond Harrisons signature further acknowledged before us Samuel Hudgins (by his mark) James Parrish, Thos. Fowlkes and Bennitt Goodrum (by his mark). Brunswick County Court November 29th 1791. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was proved by the oath of Bennett Goodrum a witness thereto and having been proved on the 25th day of July 1791 by the oaths of Thomas Fowkes & Samuel Hudgins also witnesses thereto the same is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 174. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 May 28 – This Indenture made this 28th Day of May 1791 BETWEEN Hansford Row of the County of Gloucester of the one part and James Hicks of the County of Brunswick of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of eighty pounds . . . doth grant bargain & sell unto the said James Hicks . . . all that tract or parcel of land and plantation lying and being in the said County of Brunswick on the South side of Little Creek containing two hundred & forty acres . . . and bounded by the lands of John Sturdivant Theophilus Harrison Edward Love John Love William Shelton [Shetton] and Thomas Stokes . . . Signed by Hansford Row and Mildred Row (her mark) and witnessed by Charles Hicks, Lockey Collier, and Bartley Sadler. Brunswick County Court June 27th 1791. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale between Hansford Row & Mildred his wife of the one part and James Hicks Senr. of the other part was proved by the oaths of Charles Hicks, Lockey Collier and Bartley Sadler the witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 99. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 Oct 25 – This Indenture made this XXV day of October 1791 BETWEEN William Mason and Mary his wife of the county of Sussex of the one part and John Jones of the county of Brunswick of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of twelve hundred and twenty-five pounds . . . do grant bargain sell aline enfeof and confirm unto the said John Jones . . . one certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Brunswick on the North side of Meherrin River containing by estimation one thousand and five acres . . . and bounded as follows (to wit) BEGINNING at an elm on the bank of Meherrin River from thence North five hundred and two poles to a hicory on a branch (a corner) from thence East four hundred and fifty poles to a red oak (a corner) from thence South two hundred and sixty-six poles poles to Meherrin River adjoining the lands of William Merideth and from thence up the said river as it meanders to the BEGINNING being the tract of land that the said Mason purchased of the executors of Nathaniel Harrison decd . . . and signed by W. Mason and Mary Mason witnessed by Jas. Fletcher, H. Hill, Henry Maclin. Brunswick County Court November 28th 1791. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was proved by the oaths of James Fletcher, Henry Maclin and Herbert Hill the witnesses thereto in order to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 170. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 Oct 28 – This Indenture made this 28th day of October, 1791, between Howell Eldridge & Martha his wife of the one part and Joshua Lucy of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of Thirty Three Pounds Sixteen Shillings . . . hath given granted bargained and sell alien enfeoff and confirm unto the said Joshua Lucy . . . all that tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the County of Brunswick containing by estimation Seventy Five acres and bounded as follows Beginning at George Walkers estate corner Red Oak on the Flat Rock Road thence along the said road Fifty One & a Half Poles to Isham Laurances corner Black Jack thence said Laurances line South Seventy Three West Sixty Nine Poles to a Willow Oak on a small branch thence down the said branch Ninety Five Poles to a White Oak in Henry Merritts line where it crosses the said branch thence along the said Merritts line South Eight Six East Forty Three and a half Poles to Drury B. Stiths corner Spanish Oak thence along the said Stiths line North Fifty East Seventy Four Poles to a Red Oak Saplin thence along the said line South Seventy One East Fifty Two Poles to pointers on Burches Road thence along the said road North Twenty Eight East Fourteen Poles to the said George Walkers corner Read Oak thence along the said Walkers line North Thirteen West Seventy Five Poles to the Beginning . . . Signed by Howell Eldridge and Martha Eldridge (her mark) and witnessed by Harrison Barner, Benjamin Ingram, and William Kelly. Brunswick County Court June 25th, 1792. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was acknowledged by Howell Eldridge party thereto to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 253. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 Nov 28 – KNOW all men by these presence that we Christopher Haskins, Theophilus Harrison, Robert Harrison, Willy Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, Thomas Washington, Grief Harwell & Lewis Hicks & Gray Washington are held and firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Virginia in the sum of fifteen thousand pounds . . . to be paid to the treasurer of the said Commonwealth . . . which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and each of us and each of our heirs executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presence sealed with our seals and dated this 28th day of November 1791. The condition of this obligation is such that whereas the above bound Christopher Haskins is constituted and appointed sheriff of the County of Brunswick. If therefore the said Christopher Haskins shall faithfully and truly collect account for and pay agreeable to law all taxes imposed and becoming due in the said county for the years one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one and one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two and by law to be received by him the said Christopher Haskins then the above obligation to be void. Signed by Chs. Haskins, Theos. Harrison, Robert Harrison, Willie Harrison, Benja Harrison, Thos. Washington, Grief Harwell, Lewis Hicks and Gray Washington. Brunswick County Court November 28th 1791. This Bond was acknowledged by the parties thereto to be their act & deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 160. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1791 Nov 28 – KNOW all men by these presence that we Christopher Haskins, Theos. Harrison, Robert Harrison, Willy Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, Thos. Washingtion, Grief Harwell, Lewis Hicks and Gray Washington are held and firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of Virginia in the sum of twenty thousand pounds . . . to be paid to Beverley Randolph Esqr. Governor of the said Commonwealth . . . to which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us our and every of our heirs executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presence sealed with our seals and dated this 28th day of November 1791. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bounden Christopher Haskins is constituted and appointed sheriff of the County of Brunswick during pleasure by a commission from the Governor under the seal of the Commonwealth bearing date the third day of October 1791. If therefore the said Christopher Haskins shall well and truly collect all fines and forfeitures accruing or becoming due to the said Commonwealth in the said County of Brunswick and shall duly account for and pay the same into the treasury and shall also well and truly collect all officers fees and dues put into his hands to collect and duly account for and pay the same to the officers to whom such fees are due respectively at such time as are prescribed and limited by law and shall well and truly execute all process and precepts to him directed and pay and satisfy all sums of money & tobacco by him received by virtue of any such process to the person or persons to whom the same shall be due his or their executors administrators or assigns and in all other things shall truly and faithfully perform the said office of sheriff during the time of his continuance thereon then this obligation to be void. Signed by Chs. Haskins, Theo Harrison, Robert Harrison, Willie Harrison, Benja. Harrison, Thos. Washington, Lewis Hicks and Gray Washington. Brunswick County Court November 28th 1791. This Bond was acknowledged by the parties thereto to be their act and deed in order to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 161. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1792 Feb 11 – This Indenture made this eleaventh day of February 1792 BETWEEN Francis Stewart and Patience his wife of the one part of the County of Greensville and John Goodwyn of the same county of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of twenty-two pounds & ten shillings . . . do grant bargain sell align and confirm unto the said John Goodwyn . . . a certain tract or parcel of lands lyin and being in the county of Brunswick part of the tract of land granted to Henry Jones by patent dated the tenth of October one thousand seven hundred and ninety containing by estimation one hundred acres bounded as follows to wit, BEGINNING at the fork of a road at a corner shrub oak, thence North to a pine, thence North to a corner pine Harrisons line, being the dividing line between the said Harrison & Henry Jones, thence East along Harrisons line to a srub white oak, thence South to a pine on the same line thence to the said road thence along the said road to the BEGINNING . . . signed by Francis Stewart (by his mark) and witnessed by David Putney Willis Maclin and William Maclin. February 11th 1792, received the within consideration in full . . signed by Francis Stewart (by his mark) and witnessed by Willis Maclin, D. Putney, and Benjamin Wall. Brunswick County Court February 27th 1792. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale and receipt thereon was acknowledged by Francis Stewart party thereto to be his act and deed in order to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 179. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1792 Mar 26 – KNOW all men by these presents that we Thomas Jones & Richard Clack are held and firmly bound unto Thomas Stith, Thomas Edmunds, Andrew Meade, John Haskins Christopher Haskins James Fletcher Benjamin Blick, James Harrison, Edward Buchett [Berchett], John Stith, Richard Fletcher, Edward Drongoole, Sack Pennington and Daniel Huff gentlemen justices of the said county of Brunswick in the full and just sum of one thousand pounds . . . to be paid unto the said justices . . . to which payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and each of us our and each of our heirs executors & administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents sealed with our hands & dated this 26th day of March one thousand seven hundred and ninety-two. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound Benjamin Jones gentl. is and stands appointed treasurer of the said county of Brunswick by virtue of which appointment he hath power to demand and received all such sum or sums of money or tobacco from time to time as shall or may be levied or otherwise become due and payable to the county aforesaid now if the said Thomas Jones . . . shall and do well and truly pay and properly apply all such sums of money or tobacco from time to time during his continuance in the said office as shall come to his hands or into the hands of any other person by his order the property of which said money or tobo. being in the county aforesaid after deducting five percent for his commissions for his trouble and expense in the execution of the office aforesaid then the above obligation to be void or else remain in full force power and virtue. Signed by Thomas Jones and Richard Clack witnessed by C. B. Jones. Brunswick County Court March 26th 1792. This Bond was acknowledged by Thomas Jones & Richard Clack parties thereto to be their act and deed & ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 216. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1792 May 28 – This Indenture made this 28th day of May, 1792 between John Mason & Mary his wife of the County of Greensville of the one part and William Harrison of the County of Sussex on the other part . . . for and in consideration of One Hundred Pounds . . . together with the further consideration of a proper deed of conveyance from Peter Wyche of all his lands & appurtenances thereof on the Three Creeks (including about Three Hundred Acres) free from all encumbrances to be procured by the said William Harrison to the said John Mason . . . do grant Bargain & Sale unto the said William Harrison all their right title & interest of & in a certain tract or parcel of land lying & being on the So. of Meherrin River in the County of Brunswick bounded thus to the North by the River to the East by the Great Branch to the South & West by William Harrisons line as left the said Mason by his father James Mason decd. in his Last Will & Testament containing by estimation Five Hundred & Ninety Three Acres & also to release to the said William Harrison . . . all their the said John & Mary Mason’s right title & interest in any debts which may be obtained by them of the estate of James Mason decd. . . . Signed by Jno. Mason. Memorandum that whereas the within John Mason previous to the within contract had leased part of the within land the said lease shall go on till expired agreeable to contract between him the said John Mason on the one part & John Smith on the other part as maybe seen in Article of agreements more over for preventing any mistake it is to be observed that the within Harrison defends the right & title of the within land at his own proper charge cost & risque against any suit or suits which have been or maybe brought against John Mason . . . as one of the devisees or legatees of James Mason decd. Also that the said John Mason may still claim from Robert Mason decd. estate agreeable to law witness my hand & seal the within date. Signed by Wm. Harrison. Brunswick County Court May 28th, 1792. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale and Memorandum thereon endorsed were acknowledged by John Mason and William Harrison the parties thereto to be their act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 236. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1792 July 23 – This Indenture made this 23rd day of July 1792 between William Simms & Judith his wife of the County of Brunswick on the one part and William Harrison of the County of Sussex on the other part . . . that whereas the said William Sims & Judith his wife by their certain Indenture of Bargain and Sale bearing date the 27th day of October 1783 conveyed unto James Mason of the County of Brunswick the fee simple estate of in and to a certain piece parcel or tract of land containing two hundred and fifty acres reference being had to the records of the court of said county will fully appear and the said James Mason by his certain Indenture bearing date the same day and year last mentioned conveyed unto the aforesaid William Harrison the fee simple estate of in and to one hundred and sixty seven acres of land being part as was then supposed of the land surveyed to said Mason by said Simmes & wife reference to the said records will also fully appear and whereof it hath since been discovered that there is ninety two acres of land that was included within the bounds of the said deed from Mason to Harrison which was omitted and is not included in the deed from Sims and wife to Mason now this Indenture witnesseth that the said William Simms and Judith his wife for and in consideration of the sum of thirty five pounds . . . do grant bargain sell align enfeoff and confirm unto the said William Harrison . . . one certain piece or parcel of land containing ninety two acres as aforesaid be the same more or less which said piece or parcel of land was devised to the aforesaid William Simms by the Last Will and Testament of his father George Simms reference to the said Will which is duly recorded in the Court of the County of Brunswick will fully appear which said piece or parcel of land is bounded as follows BEGINNING at a srub oak in an old field on a path thence along Bartlet Sims’s line in the said path South eight degrees West poles eight poles South fifty six poles South six degrees West ten poles to a great white oak on the east side of the same thence along Richard Hartwells line North fifty three West six poles to a hickory South forty one degrees West seventy six poles to a white oak on the dividing branch thence down the said branch to Cold Water Run thence North eight six degrees East one hundred & seventy six poles to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Wm. Sims and witnessed by Tho. Stith Sr. and Willie Harrison. Brunswick County Court July 23rd 1792. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was acknowledged by William Sims party thereto to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 272. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1792 Aug 24 – This Indenture made this 24th day of August 1792 between Nathl. Mason and Judith his wife and Elizabeth Stewart of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Matthew Myrick of the same county of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred & twenty five pounds . . . do . . . bargain sell and deliver unto the said Matthew Myrick . . . one certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the aforesaid County of Brunswick and containing two hundred acres . . . and bounded as followeth BEGINNING at a maple a corner in Howell Hobb’s line in Beddingfields Creek thence running down the meanders of the said creek one hundred and eighty eight poles to a corner ash in the said Nathaniel Masons line thence North seventeen degrees West one hundred & forty poles to a pine thence North thirty eight degrees West fifty poles to a post oak a corner tree thence South sixteen degrees West fifty poles thence North eight degrees West fourteen poles thence South sixty degrees West eighty five poles thence South one hundred & sixty poles to the BEGINNING . . . Signed by Nathl. Mason, Judith Mason, and Eliza. Stewart (her mark), and witnessed by Benja. Harrison, Sr., Benja. Hook, Ben Harrison, Hartwell Rains, Benja. Lashley and Howell Lashley. Brunswick County Court August 27th 1792. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was proved by the oaths of Ben Harrison, Benjamin Lashley and Howell Lashley three of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 296. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1792 Aug 27 – Brunswick County Court August 27th 1792. Judith Sims wife of William Sims this day acknowledged an Indenture of Bargain and Sale from the said William Sims to William Harrison, she being first privily examined as the law directs did voluntarily assent thereto. Deed Book 15, page 299 Brunswick County, Virginia
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1792 Aug 27 – This Indenture made this 27th day of August 1792 between Nathaniel Edwards and his wife Mary both of the parties being of the County of Brunswick . . . for and in consideration of the sum eighty pounds . . . paid by John Edwards . . . they the said Nathaniel & Mary his wife have granted bargained sold alien’d releas’d and confirm’d unto the said John Edwards . . . one certain tract of land situate lying & being in the County of Brunswick aforesaid containing two hundred acres . . . BEGINNING at the mouth of Denman’s Branch and up the said branch southardly [sic] to Petway’s line, and thence along his line somewhat westwardly to the line formerly Nathaniel Gregory’s thence along his line to the creek called Tickle (or Lickle) C___ and thence down that Creek as it meanders to the Beginning . . . Signed by Nathaniel Edwards and Mary Edwards and witnessed by Charles Harrison, David Vucker (or Tucker?) and Isham House. Brunswick County Court February 24th 1794. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was proved by the oath of Isham House one of the witnesses thereto and having been proved on the 25th day of March 1793 by the oath of Charles Harrison and David Vucker (or Tucker?) also witnesses thereto the same is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 490. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 Jan 19 – This Indenture made this 19th day of January 1793 between John Nanny of the County of Brunswick and Commonwealth of Virginia of the one part and Willie Harrison of the said County and Commonwealth of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of twenty nine pounds thirteen shillings and *five pence half penny . . . which the said John Nanny owes and is justly indebted to Allan Love and which he the said John Nanny honestly and earnestly wishes and desires to secure satisfy and pay to the said Allan Love and in consideration of the further sum of five shillings to him in hand paid by the said Willie Harrison . . . doth grant give sell alien and absolutely confirm to the said Willie Harrison . . . a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Brunswick containing by estimation one hundred and fifty acres . . . and bounded by the lands of Owen Myrick, Jesse Jones, Mordicai Jones?, and William Howard . . . Upon trust nevertheless that the said Willie Harrison . . . shall and will after the 25th day of December next ensueing the date hereof when he the said Willie Harrison shall think proper of the said John Nanny require the same which ever of these events may first happen sell after giving ten days previous publick notice and advertisement for the best price that can be had for the same the said land and out of the money arising had or paid by the sale of the said land so to be sold pay or cause to be paid unto the said Allan Love as aforesaid . . . the said just and full sum of twenty nine pounds thirteen shillings and *nine pence half penny . . . Signed by John Nanney (his mark) and witnessed by John Wright, Drury Nanny, and Shadrach Nanny (his mark). Brunswick County Court June 24th 1793. This Indenture of Deed and Trust was acknowledged by John Nanny party thereto to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 399. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 Jan 28 – This Indenture made this 28th day of January 1793 between Edmund Harrison and Mary his wife of the County of Prince George of the one part and Joseph Baugh of the County of Brunswick of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred pounds paid and secured to be paid and also for the further consideration sum of forty nine pounds paid unto the said Edmund Harrison by the said Joseph Baugh . . . hath granted bargained aliened & confirmed unto the said Joseph Baugh . . . one certain tract or parcel of land lying in the County of Brunswick and containing by a late survey six hundred & sixty four acres . . . and bounded as followeth viz. BEGINNING at a dead mulberry tree on Great Creek a corner of Hartwell Cockes land thence along said Cockes line as it meanders to a red corner oak thence along a new marked line adjoining the lands sold by Edmund Harrison to William Baugh as it meanders to a stooping shrub oak a corner thence to a small black gum, in the head of a branch at Robert Baileys line, thence along said Baileys line unto a red oak bush, a corner, thence unto a black jact a corner of Randal Hagoods line, thence along said Hagoods line unto a red oak a corner, thence to a spanish oak along to an elm, at the head of a branch thence down the said branch unto a shrub oak a corner of Wm. Murrels line, thence along said line to a black gum on Great Creek, thence up the said creek to the beginning . . . Signed by Edmund Harrison and Mary Harrison and witnessed by William Baugh, Edmunds Shell, and John Barker (his mark). Brunswick County Court March 28th 1793. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was proved by the oath of William Baugh, a witness thereto and having been proved on the 25th day of February 1793 by the oaths of Edmunds Shell & John Barker also witnesses thereto the same is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 374. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 Jan 28 – THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA To William Robertson John Baird & William Poythress Gentlemen Greeting whereas Edmund Harrison and Mary his wife of the County of Prince George by their certain Indenture of Bargain and Sale bearing date the 28th day of January 1793 have sold unto Joseph Baugh of the County of Brunswick the fee simple estate of six hundred and sixty four acres of land with the appurtenances lying & being in the County of Brunswick and whereas the said Mary Harrison cannot conveniently travel to our Court . . . to make acknowledgment of the said conveyance therefore we do give unto you or any two or more of you power to receive the acknowledgment which the said Mary shall be willing to make before of the conveyance . . . and we therefore command you that you personally go to the said Mary & receive her acknowledgment of the same and examine her privately and apart from the said Edmund her husband . . . the 3rd day of July 1793. By virtue of this Commission to us directed we the subscribers have privily examined Mary Harrison the wife of the within named Edmund Harrison in manner and form as the said Commission requires and have received her acknowledgment of the Indenture hereunto annexed . . . Certifyed [sic] under our hands & seals this 12th day of August 1793. Signed by William Robertson and William Poythress. Brunswick County Court September 23rd 1793. This Commission for taking the acknowledgment & privy examination of Mary Harrison to an Indenture of Bargain and Sale from Edmund Harrison & Mary his wife to Joseph Baugh was returned together with a certificate of the execution thereof which is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 425. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 Mar 25 – KNOW all men by these presents that we William Cordle Charles Cordle & Theophilus Harrison of the County of Brunswick & State of Virginia for and in consideration of the sum of fifty five pounds . . . paid by John King of the same County and State have bargained sold and delivered and do by these presents bargain sell and deliver to the said John King one Negro boy slave named Daniel and we do oblige ourselves and each of our heirs executors &C will warrant and forever defend, the said Negro boy slave, to the said John King . . . this 9th day of February one thousand seven hundred and ninety three. Signed by Wm. Cordle, Chs. Cordle and Theop. Harrison, and witnessed by Willie Harrison, Isaac Hicks, and Geo. Hicks. Brunswick County Court March 25th 1793. This Bill of Sale was acknowledged by William Cordle, Charles Cordle & Theophilus Harrison parties thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 385. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 May 4 – This Indenture made this 4th day of May 1793 between John Davis of the first part James Batte of the second part and William Brown of the third part . . . that the said John Davis for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds . . . which he the said John Davis oweth to the said James Batte and honestly desires to pay to him and also for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings . . . doth give grant bargain sell alien and confirm to the said William Brown . . . all the slaves following (to wit) James, Patience, Nanny, Ephraim, Holland and Rose and their increase . . . UPON TRUST and special confidence nevertheless that if it shall happen that the said one hundred shall be in arrear and unpaid to the said James Batte . . . on the 25th day of December in the year 1793 or at any time thereafter that then and in that case it shall be lawful . . . that the said William Brown . . . shall sell and dispose at public auction to the highest bidder for ready money all or any of the said slaves having given ten days previous notice of the time and place of such sale in the Petersburg Gazette and shall out of the proceeds of such sale pay and satisfy to the said James Batte . . . the aforesaid one hundred pounds with legal interest thereon till paid together with the cost of drawing proving and recorded of this deed & the necessary expenses attending such sale . . . Signed by John Davis, James Batte, and William Brown and witnessed by Henry Hayes and Theo. Harrison. Brunswick County Court July 22nd 1793. This Indenture of Deed and Trust was acknowledged by John Davis and James Batte parties thereto to be their act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 414. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 May 9 – This Indenture made this 9th day of May 1793 between Andrew Meade of Brunswick County of the one part and John Loyd of the same County of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of fifty pounds eighteen shillings . . . doth grant bargain and sell alien and confirm unto the said John Loyd . . . one parcel or tract of land containing by private survey two hundred acres situate lying and being in the County of Brunswick aforesaid and is bounded as followeth BEGINNING at Arastotles [sic] Eldridges corner shrub oak on Thomas Lundies line, thence along Atistotle [sic] Eldriges [sic] line North sixty and an half degrees West two hundred and forty poles to a spanish oak on Frederick Burdges line, on the Courthouse Road thence along his line South twelve degrees West eight poles to a small black jack thence South thirty five degrees West forty three poles to a black jack on the said road thence along the said Burdges and Thomas Stiths lines South thirty five degrees East one hundred and ninety eight poles to Lewis Browns corner shrub oak thence along the said Lewis Browns line North fifty two degrees East eighty six poles to a white oak on Thomas Lundies line thence along the said Lundies line North fourteen degrees forty eight poles to a pine thence North forty five degrees East eighty four poles to the Beginning . . . Signed by Andrew Meade and witnessed by Nathl. Harrison, Junr., William Connelly, and Frederick Burge. Brunswick County Court June 24th 1793. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was acknowledged by Andrew Meade party thereto to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 408. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 May 9 – This Indenture made this 9th day of May 1793 between John Loyd of the County of Brunswick and Buckner Stith of the same County . . . for and in consideration of the sum of Five Shillings . . . he the said John Loyd doth hereby acknowledge he the said John Loyd hath granted bargained and sold aliened and confirmed unto the said Buckner Stith . . . a certain tract or parcel of land on the South side of Couches Run containing two hundred acres adjoining the lands of Aristotle Eldridge, the Revd. Thomas Lundies Lewis Browns & others agreeable to a deed bearing date the 9th day of May 1793 from Andrew Meade to the said John Loyd for the said land and also the following property vitz. on [sic] Chestnut Sorrel mare one bay mare and three cows and calves & one steer . . . In Trust nevertheless and it is the true intent and meaning of these presents that whereas the said John Loyd being indebted unto Andrew Meade in the just sum of fifty pounds eighteen shillings due on Bond executed this day and being willing and desirous to secure the said Andrew Meade in the payment thereof with interest and the costs of this deed at a future date doth agree that it shall and may be lawful and he doth hereby give unto the said Buckner Stith full power and lawful authority after the first day of December 1794 on giving ten days public notice to sell to the highest bidder for ready money the land and property aforesaid and to apply the money arising from such sale to the payment of the within mentioned sum with interest from the 9th day of May 1793 to the said Andw. Meade . . . but if the said John Loyd shall on or before the expiration of the term aforesaid or at the day of sale pay unto the said Andrew Meade the said sum of Fifty Pounds Eighteeen shillings with Interest and costs aforesaid in full then this Indenture shall be null and void and of no effect as if the same had been made . . . Signed by John Loyd and witnessed by N. Harrison, Junr., William Connelly, and Frederick Burdge. Brunswick County Court June 24th 1793. This Indenture of Deed and Trust was acknowledged by John Loyd party thereto to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 409. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 May 18 – This Indenture made this 18th of May 1793 between Robert Brooks Rose of the County of Brunswick and State of Virginia of the one part and Thomas Huff of the County & State aforesaid of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of fifty pounds . . . by these presents doth . . . give grant bargain and sell unto the said Thomas Huff . . . a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Brunswick and containing by estimation one hundred . . . and bounded by the lands of said Robt. Brookes Rose Edward Traves’s decd., Iveson Rylands and George Browder . . . Signed by Robert Brooks Rose (his mark) and witnessed by Theo. Harrison, Daniel Huff and Isaac Moseley. Brunswick County Court April 28th 1794. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale between Robert Brooks Rose of the one part and Thomas Huff of the other part was proved by the oaths of Isaac Moseley one of the witnesses thereto and having been proved on the 22d day of July 1793 by the oaths of Theophilus Harrison & Daniel Huff also witnesses thereto the same is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 536. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 May 25 – THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA To Henry Harrison & John Mason Gentlemen Greeting whereas James Jones and Leah his wife of the County of Sussex by their certain Indenture of Bargain and Sale bearing date the 27th day of September 1792 have sold unto John Camp of the County of Brunswick the fee simple estate of four hundred and ninety six acres of land with the appurtenances lying and being in the County of Brunswick and whereas the said Leah cannot conveniently travel to our court to make acknowledgment of the said conveyance therefore we do give unto you or any two or more of you power to receive the acknowledgment which the said Leah shall be willing to make before you of the conveyance . . . and we do therefore command you that you personally go to the said Leah and receive her acknowledgement of the same and examine her privately and apart from the said James Jones her husband . . . the 27th day of March 1793. By virtue of this Commission to us directed we the subscribers have privily examined Leah Jones the wife of the within named James Jones . . . and have received her acknowledgment of the Indenture hereunto annexed . . . certified under our hands & seals this 25th day of May 1793. Signed by Henry Harrison and John Mason. Brunswick County Court September 23rd 1793. This Commission for taking the acknowledgment & privy examination of Leah Jones to an Indenture of Bargain and Sale from James Jones & Leah his wife to John Camp was returned together with the certificate of the execution thereof which is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 432. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 May 26 – This Indenture made this 26th day of May 1793 between William Harrison of the County of Sussex of the one part and Peter Wyche of the County of Brunswick of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings . . . doth grant bargain sell alien enfeoff and confirm unto the said Peter Wyche . . . two distinct and certain tracts or parcels of land both of them lying and being in the County of Brunswick aforesaid, one of which said tracts of land contains two hundred and ninety acres . . . and is bounded as follows, to wit, BEGINNING at a shrub oak in an old field the corner tree of the sd. Harrison & Bartle & Sims, thence along the sd. Sims’s line to a small hiccory [sic] on the Great Branch thence down the said branch as it meanders to a beech on the same a corner in the sd. Wm. Harrisons land that he purchased of John Mason thence along the sd. Harrisons line to a white oak on Little Cold Water Run thence up the sd. run as it meanders to the mouth of a small branch thence up the small branch as it meanders to the head thereof thence South thirty three East nineteen poles to the Beginning. The other tract or parcel of land contains thirty one acres . . . and is bounded as follows, to wit, BEGINNING at three maples on the Mill Pond on Little Cold Water Run in a slash, thence along the sd. slash with mark trees from the sd. Harrison’s other land to a white oak a elbow, thence a streight [sic] to a turkey oak a made corner between the sd. Harrison & Peter Wyche, thence down a small branch as it meanders to Meherring [sic] River, thence up the river to the mouth of Cold Water Run, thence up the sd. run to the Beginning including the mill thereon . . . Signed by William Harrison and witnessed by Howell Sims, George Woodrough (his mark), Wm. Underhill, Thos. Washington, Jno. Camp, Batts Tatum, Mason Banks, Harbert Sims, and Benja. Montgomery. Brunswick County Court December 23rd 1793. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was proved by the oaths of Mason Banks, Herbert Sims, and Benjamin Montgomery three of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 459. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 May 31 – This Indenture made this 31st day of May 1793 between Edmunds Mason and Frances Mason his wife of the County of Isle of Wight of the one part and Peter Wyche of the County of Brunswick of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of sixty four pounds . . . do grant bargain sell alien release enfeoff and confirm unto the said Peter Wyche . . . a certain tract or piece of land situate lying and being in the County of Brunswick & Parish of Meherin [sic] containing by late survey sixty six acres . . . and bounded as follows (to wit) BEGINNING at the mouth of Great Cold Water where it emtys [sic] in Maherin [sic] River from thence up the said River as it meanders to a maple on the said River from thence along Mrs. Chapman’s dower line South four degrees East thirty poles South two degrees West sixty eight poles to where the said dower line crosses Great Cold Water Run and from thence down the said Run as it meanders to the First Beginning . . . Signed by Edmunds Mason and Frances Mason and witnessed by W. Harrison, Ingram Blanks, and William Rivers. Brunswick County Court January 27th 1794. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale was acknowledged by Edmunds Mason party thereto to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 475. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 June 24 – This Indenture made this 24th day of June 1793 between Theophilus Harrison and Polly his wife of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Benjamin Walker of the other part . . . for and in the consideration of the sum of sixty pounds . . . do grant bargain and sell unto the said Benjamin Walker . . . one certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the County of Brunswick and bounded as followeth viz. BEGINNING at a corner red oak on Prestons line thence along his line to Floyds line, thence along his to a corner red oak on the Ridge Path and thence along the Ridge Path to Harrisons and thence along his line to the said Ridge Path to a corner white oak on Ezells line and thence along the said Walkers line to the Beginning containing by estimation sixty acres . . . Signed by Theo. Harrison. Brunswick County Court June 24th 1793. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was acknowledged by Theophilus Harrison party thereto to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 403. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 Sept 10 – THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA To Thomas Smith and James Young Gentlemen Greeting whereas Edmunds Mason and Frances his wife of the County of Isle of Wight and Parish of Newport by their certain Indenture of Bargain and Sale bearing date the 10th day of September 1793 have sold and conveyed unto William Harrison the fee simple estate of in and to two certain tracts or parcels of land lying and being in the County of Brunswick containing by a late survey two hundred and seventy acres . . . and bounded as is expressed in the said Indenture and whereas the said Frances wife of the said Edmunds Mason cannot conveniently travel to our said County Court of Brunswick . . . to relinguish her right of dower in the said land therefore we do give unto you or any two or more of you full power to receive her relinquishment of dower in the said lands if she be willing to make the same before you . . . and we do therefore command you or any two or more of you that you personally go to the said Frances wife of the said Edmunds Mason and receive her relinguishment of the same . . . at the courthouse the 19th day of September 1793. Isle of Wight County pursuant to the within Dedimus to us directed we personally waited on Frances Mason wife of the within Edmunds Mason and examined her privily & apart from her said husband whether she relinquishes her right of dower in the lands conveyed by the annexed Indenture & whether she was willing the same should be recorded in the County Court of Brunswick, she freely and voluntarily relinquished her right of dower in the said lands, and is willing the same should be recorded in the said County Court of Brunswick given under our hands and seals this 19th day of Sept. one thousand seven hundred & ninety three. Signed by Thos. Smith and Jas. Young. Brunswick County Court January 27th 1794. This Commission for taking the acknowledgment and privy examination of Frances Mason wife of Edmunds Mason to an Indenture of Bargain and Sell from Edmunds Mason & Frances his wife to William Harrison was returned together with a certificate of the execution thereof which is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 478. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 Sept 10 – This Indenture made this 10th day of September 1793 between Edmunds Mason and Frances Mason his wife of the County of Isle of Wight of the one part and William Harrison of the County of Sussex of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and eighty three pounds . . . do grant bargain sell alien release enfeoff and confirm unto the said William Harrison . . . two certain tracts or parcels of land situate lying and being in the County of Brunswick and bounded as follows (to wit) one of the said tracts or parcels of land BEGINNING on Little Cold Water Run on the said William Harrison’s line and running down the said Run as it meanders to the mouth where it makes into Great Cold Water Run in Peter Wyche’s Mill Pond, from thence up the Great Coldwater Run, as it meanders to the dower line of a parcel of land laid off as the dower of Isabella Johnson (formerly Isabella Chapman) wife of Benjamin Johnson from thence along the said dower line to a turkey oak on the said Great Coldwater Run, from thence up the said Run as it meanders to the said William Harrisons line from thence along the said William Harrison’s line to the Beginning containing two hundred and thirty six acres . . . the other of the said tracts or parcels of land BEGINNING at a black gum on Great Coldwater Run on the dower line line [sic] of the aforesaid Isabella Johnson and running along the said dower line forty one poles to a pine on the said line from thence South nine degrees West two hundred and sixty eight poles along a new dividing line between this parcel of land and a tract of land belonging to the estate of John Mason deceas’d to a persimmon tree on the said Great Coldwater Run from thence down the said Run, as it meanders to the Beginning containing thirty four acres . . . the said two tracts or parcels of land together containing by late surveys two hundred and seventy acres . . . Signed by Edmunds Mason and Frances Mason and witnessed by Peyton Young and Frances Young Jr. RECEIVED September 10th 1793 of William Harrison the sum of two hundred and eighty three pounds current money of Virginia the consideration money within mentioned signed by Edmds. Mason. Brunswick County Court January 27th 1793. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale and Receipt thereon endorsed was acknowledged by Edmunds Mason party thereto to be his act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 476. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 Oct 29 – This Indenture made this 29th day of October 1793 between Thomas Preston Senr. and Mary his wife of the County of Brunswick of the one part and Weatherston Preston of the County aforesaid of the other part . . . for and in consideration of the sum of five pounds . . . doth grant bargain sell alien & confirm unto the said Weatherston Preston . . . a certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred acres . . . situate lying & being in the County of Brunswick on Hammelton’s Creek & bounded as follows (to wit) BEGINNING at white oak on Walker’s line thence N East course to the fork of the new road, thence along Floyd Road to William Smith line thence along the said Smith line to the first mentioned white oak on Walker’s line . . . Signed by Thomas Preston and witnessed by Theo. Harrison, Cha. Cordle and James H. Harrison. Brunswick County Court April 28th 1794. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale between Thomas Preston Senr. of the one part and Weatherston Preston of the other part was proved by the oaths of Theophilus Harrison one of the witnesses thereto and having been proved on the 24th day of February last by the oaths of Charles Cordle and James Hicks Harrison also witnesses thereto the same is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 539. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 Nov 25 – KNOW all men by these presents that we James Fletcher, Theophilus Harrison, Robert Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, Grief Harwell, Thomas Washington and Edward Love are held and firmly bound to Henry Lee Esquire Governor of this Commonwealth . . . for the use of the said Commonwealth in the sum of thirty thousand dollars to which payment well and truly to be made to the said Governor . . . we bind ourselves and each of us our and each of our heirs executors and administrators jointly & severally firmly by these presents sealed with our hands this twenty fifth day of November 1793 . . . The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound James Fletcher is constituted and appointed Sheriff of the County of Brunswick, by commission from the Governor under the Seal of the Commonwealth dated the 21st day of September last past, if therefore the said James Fletcher shall well and truly collect, and account for all taxes imposed by law in his county in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and ninety four, at such time as shall be limited by law, then the above obligation to be void otherwise to remain in full force and virtue. Signed Sealed and acknowledged in Court by James Fletcher, Theo. Harrison, Robt. Harrison, Benja. Harrison, Grief Harwell, Thos. Washington, and Edward Love. Brunswick County Court November 25th 1793. This Bond was acknowledged by the parties thereto to be their act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 445. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 Nov 25 – KNOW all men by these presents that we James Fletcher, Theophilus Harrison, Robert Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, Grief Harwell & Thomas Washington & Edward Love are held and firmly bound unto Henry Lee Esquire, Governor of this Commonwealth . . . in the sum thirty thousand dollars to which payment well and truly to be made to the said Governor . . . we bind ourselves and each of us our and each of our heirs executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents sealed with our seals this 25th day of November 1793. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound James Fletcher is constituted and appointed Sheriff of the County of Brunswick, by commission from the Governor under the Seal of the Commonwealth the 21st day of September last past if therefore the said James Fletcher shall well and truly collect all levies and account for and pay the same in such manner by law directed and also all fines forfeiture and emercements accruing or becoming due to the said Commonwealth in the said County and shall duly account for and pay the same to the treasurer of this Commonwealth for the time being for the use of the Commonwealth in like manner as is or shall be directed in case of public taxes and shall in all other things truly and faithfully execute the said office of Sheriff during his continuance therein then the above obligation to be void otherwise to remain in full force and virtue. Signed Sealed and acknowledged in Court by Jas. Fletcher, Theo. Harrison, Robt. Harrison, Benja. Harrison, Grief Harwell, Thos. Washington, and Edward Love. Brunswick County Court November 25th 1793. This Bond was acknowledged by the parties thereto to be their act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 446. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 Nov 25 – KNOW all men by these presents that we James Fletcher, Theophilus Harrison, Robert Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, Grief Harwell Thomas Washington & Edward Love are held and firmly bound, unto Henry Lee Esquire Governor of this Commonwealth . . . in the sum thirty thousand dollars to which payment well & truly to be made to the said Governor . . . we bind ourselves and each of us our and each of our heirs executors & administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents sealed with our seals and dated this 25th day of November 1793. The condition of the above obligation is such, that whereas the above bound, James Fletcher is constituted and appointed Sheriff of the County of Brunswick by commission from the Governor under the Seal of the Commonwealth, dated the 21st day of September last past if therefore the said James Fletcher shall collect and receive all officers fees and due put into his hands to collect and duly account for and pay the same to the officers to whom, such fees are due respectively at such times as are prescribed and limited by law and shall well and truly execute and do return make of all process and precepts to him directed and pay and satisfy of sums of money and tobacco by him received by virtue of such process to the person or persons to whom the same are due . . . and in all other things shall truly and faithfully executed and perform the said office of Sheriff during the time of his continuance therein then the above obligation to be void or else remain in full force & virtue. Signed Sealed & acknowledged in Court by Jas. Fletcher, Theo. Harrison, Robt. Harrison, Benja. Harrison, Grief Harwell, Thos. Washington, and Edward Love. Brunswick County Court November 25th 1793. This Bond was acknowledged by the parties thereto to be their act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 447. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 Dec 10 – This Indenture made this 10th day of December 1793 between Mary Mason widow of John Mason late of the County of Greensville deceased of the one part and William Harrison of the County of Sussex of the other part . . . for the consideration mentioned in an Indenture between the said John Mason decd. of the one part and the said William Harrison of the other part bearing date the 28th day of May seventeen hundred and ninety two for the conveyance of five hundred and ninety three acres of land by estimation . . . according to the bounds mentioned in the said Indenture which is duly admitted to record in the County Court of Brunswick reference being thereunto had will fully appear and also for the consideration of five shillings by the said Harrison to the said Mary Mason in hand paid . . . she the said Mary Mason doth by these presents release give grant and confirm unto the sd. William Harrison . . . all her right and title of dower which she now hath or at any time hereafter might claim as the widow & relict of her late husband John Mason decd. as aforesaid to the lands aforesaid contained in the aforesaid recited or referred to Indenture recorded as aforesaid . . . Signed by Mary Mason and witnessed by Edmds. Mason, Frederick Hobbs, Robert Powell, and Peter Wyche. Brunswick County Court January 27th 1794. This Indenture of Bargain & Sale was proved by the oaths of Edmunds Mason and Frederick Hobbs two of the witnesses thereto and having been proved on the 23rd day of December last by the oath of Peter Wyche also a witness thereto the same is ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 489. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1793 Dec 19 – This Indenture made this 19th day of December 1793 between John Stith and Ann his wife and Griffin Stith trustee and Meade and Stiths and Andrew Meade of Brunswick County of the one part and William Connelly of the same County of the other part . . . for and in the considertaion of the sum of twenty eight pounds sixteen shillings . . . have granted bargained and sold aliened and confirmed unto the said William Connelly . . . a parcel of land containing forty eight acres situate in the said County of Brunswick on the East side of Burches Road and bounded as followeth BEGINNING where Henry Merritts line crosses the said road thence along Henry Merritt’s line South eighty six degrees East at thirty six poles crossing the spring branch one hundred and six poles to his and Andrew Meade’s corner shrub oak thence along Andrew Meade’s line South forty three degrees West one hundred and fifty two poles to a hiccory [sic] on Alexander Brown’s line thence along his line North fifty three West thirty six poles to a small pine on the road aforesaid and thence along the said road to the Beginning . . . Signed by John Stith and Griffin Stith and witnessed by Cuddy Harrison, Henry Hayes, and N. Harrison, Junr. Brunswick County Court April 28th 1794. This Indenture of Bargain and Sale between John Stith and Griffin Stith of the one part and William Connelly of the other part was acknowledged by the said John & Griffin to be their act and deed and ordered to be recorded. Deed Book 15, page 528. Brunswick County, Virginia
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1805 April 8 – WILL – HICKS, Lewis – Will of Lewis Hicks, dated April 8, 1805, and proved September 25, 1820. To children of Theophilus Harrison, dec’d, i.e., Elizabeth L. Harrison, Martha Harrison, Theophilus Harrison, Sterling Harrison and Edmund Harrison. Witnessed by Drury J. Barner and Jordan Malone.
Will Book 9, page 114, Brunswick County, Virginia

1820 Sept 25 – WILL – HICKS, Sally – Will of Sally Hicks, widow and relict of Lewis Hicks, dec’d, dated September 25, 1820, and proved March 26, 1821. To great nephew, James B. Claiborne, only son of the late Doctor John Claiborne. To great niece Sally Lewis Rives, daughter of Willis Rives. To great niece, Martha Eliza Rives, daughter of Willis Rives. Whereas her husband, Lewis Hicks, devised one-half of his estate to the children of Theophilus Harrison by name and one child, Elizabeth L. Harrison, died unmarried and under age, gives that portion to Hinson H. Hall and Frances Eliza Wesson, daughter of Abner Wesson.
Will Book 9, page 147, Brunswick County, Virginia

1821 March 26 – WILL/PROBATE – HICKS, Charles – Court for March 26, 1821. On the motion of John Hicks who took the oath of an Executor and together with John Harrison and Robert F. Walker, his securities, entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of one thousand dollars conditioned according to law, certificate is granted the said John Hicks for obtaining a probate of the will of Charles Hicks, dec’d. Ordered that Benjamin Walker, James Harrison, Wyatt M. Ezell and James Seward or any three of them being first duly sworn do appraise in current money the personal estate of Charles Hicks, dec’d. and return such appraisement under their hands to Court.
Order Book 29, page 77, Brunswick County, Virginia

1821 Nov 28 – CHANCERY PROCEEDING – HICKS, Lewis – Court for November 28, 1821. Suit in Chancery. Sterling E. Harrison, Theophilus Harrison, Edmund Harrison and Mary Ann, Cornelius and Charles Eaton Haynes, who are infant children of Martha Haynes who together with the said Sterling E., Theo.; and Edmund were children of Theo. Harrison, dec’d. and together with Elizabeth L. Harrison were devisees of Lewis Hicks, dec’d. against Phil Claiborne, Exor. of Sally Hicks, dec’d. who was Exor. of Lewis Hicks, dec’d. and James B. Claiborne and Sally Lewis and Martha Eliza Lewis by the said Phil Claiborne, their next friend. Ordered that Estate of Lewis Hicks, deceased, be divided into two equal parts. . . and that one half of the land. . . be assigned to James B. Claiborne, the devisee of Sally Hicks, deceased and that the other half of the land be sold. . . and transfer to the complainants, Theophilus Harrison, Edmund Harrison and Sterling E. Harrison one bond each, and to the three infants complainants, Mary Ann, Cornelius, and Charles Eaton Haynes on bond thereof in right of their mother, Martha Haynes formerly Harrison, daughter of Theo. Harrison and one of the devisees of Lewis Hicks, dec’d. to be transferred to their guardian; one bond transfer to . . . they divide equally between Sally Lewis Rieves and Martha E. Rives, daughters of Willis Rieves.
Order Book 29, page 233, Brunswick County, Virginia

1822 Aug 26 – CHANCERY PROCEEDING – HARRISON, William C. – Court for August 26, 1822. William C. Harrison and Rebecca, his wife, formerly Dromgoole against Fanny Dromgoole, widow and relict of Thomas Dromgoole, dec’d., Elizabeth Dromgoole, Edward D., Daniel H., John E., Mary C., Louisa, Fanny and Thomas Dromgoole, minors by Edward Dromgoole, their guardian ad litem.
Order Book 29, page 256, Brunswick County, Virginia

1825 Mar 28 – CHANCERY PROCEEDING – HARRISON, John – Court for March 28, 1825. William C. Harrison against Dolly Harrison, widow of John Harrison, dec’d., Benjamin Harrison, John Phipps and James L. Pearson, and Joseph Harrison. Suit in Chancery. This day cam the parties by their attorney and the Commissioners appointed to made (sic) division of the land and slaves in the proceedings mentioned this day made the following report to wit “In obedience to the within order we the undersigned Commissioners have proceeded to divided the land and negroes belonging to the Estate of John Harrison (Tobs) deceased, and have assigned to Dorothy Harrison 573 3/4 acres of land around the mansion house together with Milly, Beck, Bartlett, Mary and Peter, negro slaves as her dower in the said estate. We have also assigned to John Phipps and James S. Pearson, 350 acres of land together with Isham Rachal and her three children as their proportion of said Estate in virtue of their conveyance from Benjamin Harrison. We have also assigned to William C. Harrison, 350 acres of land together with Phill, Anthony, Charlotte, Jenny, and child as his proportion of said Estate and having regard to the advancements made by John Harrison, deceased, to Joseph Harrison, have assigned to him 310/2 acres of land as his proportion of said Estate. Given under our hands this 27th day of December, 1824.” (Signed by) John Manning, Joshua Clarke, B.D. Chapman. On consideration whereof it is ordered that the said report in manner and form aforesaid made be confirmed.
Order Book 31, page 24, Brunswick County, Virginia

1829 March 17 – WILL – HARRISON, J. William – Will of J. William Harrison, dated March 17, 1829, and proved ________. Wife, Gillie Harrison. Sons, William T. Harrison, Saben Harrison, and Drucy Harrison. Daughters, Nancy Thomas and Lucy Spences.
Will Book 11, page 120, Brunswick County, Virginia

1835 July 5 – WILL – HARRISON, Benjamin – Will of Benjamin Harrison, dated July 5, 1835, and proved July 27, 1835. Wife, Sylvia Harrison, Sons, John Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, and Smith Harrison. Daughters, Asa Harrison, Eliza Harrison and Susan Harrison.
Will Book 12, page 330, Brunswick County, Virginia

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Starting 1770-1824:
Title
Harrison, Henry, [Senior]
Creation Date
1772
Note(s)
Part of index to Isle of Wight County Wills and Administrations (1628-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Henry, [Senior]
Isle of Wight County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 253-257. Inv. & Appr. rec. 5 Aug. 1773
p. 523-526. Accounts rec. 4 Mar. 1779
p. 172-173. Will pro. 1 Oct. 1772
Will Book, Vol. 8, 1769-1779 (Reel 26)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Henry
Creation Date
1773
Note(s)
Part of index to Isle of Wight County Wills and Administrations (1628-1800)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, Henry, Junior
Isle of Wight County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 271-272. Inv. & Appr. rec. 4 Nov. 1773
p. 277. Accounts rec. for year 1772
Will Book, Vol. 8, 1769-1779 (Reel 26)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Henry.
Creation Date
1773
Note(s)
Part of index to Sussex County Wills and Administrations (1754 – 1800)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, Henry
Sussex County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 36-38. Inv. & Appr. rec. 18 Mar. 1773.
Will Book C, 1772-1782 (Reel 13)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Elizabeth.
Creation Date
1774
Note(s)
Part of index to Isle of Wight County Wills and Administrations (1628-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Elizabeth
Isle of Wight County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 332-333. Will pro. 4 Aug. 1774
p. 355-356. Inv. & Appr. rec. 6 Apr. 1775
Will Book, Vol. 8, 1769-1779 (Reel 26)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, John.
Creation Date
1775
Note(s)
Part of index to York County Wills and Administrations (1633-1811)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, John
York County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 311-312. Will pro. 20 Nov. 1775.
p. 321-322. Inv. & appr. rec. 18 Dec. 1775.
Wills & Inventories 22, 1771-1783 (Reel 11)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Battaile [Battail]
Creation Date
1776
Note(s)
Part of index to Amherst County Wills and Administrations (1761 – 1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Battaile [Battail]
Amherst County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 318-320. Exors. bond rec. 7 Oct. 1776.
p. 385-386. Inv. & Appr. rec. 6 Oct. 1777.
p. 317-318. Will pro. 7 Oct. 1776.
Will Book No. 1, 1761-1780 (Reel 17)
… I Battaile Harrison of the County of Amherst … my Last Will and Testament …
… my well beloved wife Frances Harrison … possession of the place where I now live … all my other estate during her life or widowhood except one negro girl named Annaia … I give to my daughter Frankey Harrison …
… my daughter Betty Tinsley on marriage the value of fourty pounds …
… my son Reubin Harrison upon his marriage … twenty pounds …
… my son John Harrison … 15 pounds …
… my son Richard Harrison … 15 pounds …
… which I desire the above gifts viz to Betty Tinsley, Reuben Harrison, John Harrison and Richard Harrison … their part of my estate … equally divided between my 7 children land, and negros, stock and household stuff … at the death or marriage or pleasure of my wife Frances Harrison ….
… my 3 youngest children viz: James, William and Frankey Harrison may be helped as the first was when going to house keeping at the discretion of my executors …
… appoint my 3 sons viz Reuben, John and Richard Harrison executors …
… seal this 3 day of December 1725 …
Signed: Battaile Harrison.
Wit: Ambrose Tomlinson, William Whitten, James Harrison, Richard Shelton.
… proved up Oct 7, 1776 …
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Harrison, Battaile [Battail]
Creation Date
1776
Note(s)
Part of index to Amherst County Wills and Administrations (1761 – 1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Battaile [Battail]
Amherst County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will Book No. 3, 1786-1800 (Reel 18)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Samuel.
Creation Date
1776
Note(s)
Part of index to Southampton County Wills and Administrations (1749 – 1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Samuel
Southampton County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 149-150. Will pro. 9 May 1176.
p. 270. Inv. & Appr. rec. 10 June 1779.
Will Book No. 3, 1772-1782 (Reel 16)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, John.
Creation Date
1776
Note(s)
Part of index to Sussex County Wills and Administrations (1754 – 1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, John
Sussex County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 223-225. Will pro. 19 Dec. 1776.
p. 283. Inv. rec. 18 Dec. 1777.
Will Book C, 1772-1782 (Reel 13)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, William.
Creation Date
1777
Note(s)
Part of index to Southampton County Wills and Administrations (1749 – 1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, William
Southampton County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 172. Will pro. 12. June 1777.
p. 442-443. Inv. & Appr. rec. 14. Nov. 1782
Will Book No. 3, 1772-1782 (Reel 16)
Language
English

WESTMORELAND COUNTY, VA:

1697 Jan 14 – Arthur Harrison his will bk 2, p 147 Westmoreland County, Virginia

1713 Oct 2 – George Harrison his will bk 5, p 231 Westmoreland County, Virginia

1725 Feb 7 – George Harrison his will bk 8, p 254 Westmoreland County, Virginia

1729 Nov 11 – Andrew Harrison his will bk 8, p 125 (also has 1, p 393 in side note) Westmoreland County, Virginia

1749 Jan 12 – Willoughby Harrison his will – bk 11, p 181 Westmoreland County, Virginia

1750 – Samuel Harrison his will, bk 14, p 280 Westmoreland County, Virginia

1769 Dec 5 – Harrison and Uxr to Ballantine and Compy, bk 15, p 66. Westmoreland County, Virginia
… between John Harrison and Elizabeth his wife … of the one part and James Ballantine and Company merchants of Glascow of the other part … in consideration of the sum of 20 pounds … sell unto them, the said James Ballantine and Company… land whereon we now live containing 130 acres … in Cople Paris, Westmoreland County … bounded … line of George Harrison … land of Francis Wright … land of George Harrison …
Signed: John Harrison, Elizabeth Harrison.
Wits: Charles Bennet, William Harrison, Hugh Hamilton, Patrick Ballantine.
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1772 Aug 25 – John Harrison his will, bk 15, p 224 Westmoreland County, Virginia
… I John Harrison … my Last Will and Testament …
… my son George Harrison 1 shilling sterling …
… all my lands to my son John Harrison …
… my daughter Abigail Harrison shall have the above said lands vested in her… in case they both should depart this life without heirs …
… my son Robert Harrison … be vested in him …
… my grandson Robin Harper one years schooling provided his father or any other friend will accomodate him for the year while at school…
… the residue of my estate … to be equally divided between all my children … the heirs of my son George Harrison excepted …
… my son John Harrison … executor …
Signed: John Harrison. Wit: Richard Lee, Reuben Jordan, Richard Jackson, Joseph Lame.
… proved up Aug 25, 1772 …
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1782 March 26 proveup – Daniel Harrison his will bk 16, p 105 Westmoreland County, Virginia
… I Daniels Harrison … my Last Will and Testament …
… I give my land to my son William Lewis and to his heirs …. in case the said William die without such heir my will is that my son Willoughby shall have my land hee and his heirs ….
… my wife Eleanor shall have the use of all my land if she will raise my children till my son William Lewis shall arrive to the age of 21 years olde …
… I give to my son William Lewis my feather bed and furniture … and further my will is that all my children have one year schooling out of my estate … and the remainder of my estate to be equally divided between my loving wife and my five children, William Lewis, and Sally, Willoughby, Daniel, and James Harrison
… I appoint my wife Elenor Harrison and my brother Joshua Harrison … executors … this 12th day of July 1774 …
Signed: Daniel Harrison.
Wits: Samuel Harrison, Elizabeth Williams, Jeremiah Harrison.
… proved up March 26th, 1782…
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same as above: Daniel Harrison his will bk 17, p 126 Westmoreland County, Virginia
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1777 Sept 29 – Harrison and wife to Harrison bk 16, p 131 Westmoreland County, Virginia
… between Jesse Dunn Harrison and Elizabeth Harrison his wife… and James Harrison of the other part … in consideration of 50 pounds … confirm unto the said James Harrison … land … in the Parish of Cople and County of Westmoreland …. 50 acres … being part of a tract … patented by George Harrison decd …
Signed: Jesse Dunn Harrison, Elizabeth Harrison.
Wit: Henry Self, Ann Nutt Harrison, John Wroe.
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(same as above) Harrison and wife to Harrison bk 17, p. 340-41. Westmoreland County, Virginia
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1784 April 27 – Samuel Harrison his will, bk 16, p 216 Westmoreland County, Virginia
… I Samuel Harrison … my Last Will and Testament …
… to my loving wife my land so long as she remains single…
… if she marries I give it to my son Peter Harrison …
… I give one of my best beds to my daughter Elsey Harrison …
… the rest of my Estate I leave to be divided between Samuel Harrison and Thomas Harrison and Hannah …
… I leave George Williams and Peter Harrison my executors …
Signed: Samuel Harrison.
Wits: Willeaby Williams, Peter Harrison, Hanna Harrison.
Proved up April 27, 1784 …
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1786 March 27 – Harrison and wife to Porter bk 16, p 311 Westmoreland County, Virginia
… between Peter Harrison son of Samuel Harrison decd of the County of Westmoreland … of the one part and Demcey Porter … of the other part .. Peter Harrison and Lucy his wife … sold … unto Demcy Porter … land which his late father Samuel Harrison did give unto him by his last will and testament containing 62 acres … binding on the land of Demcey Porter, Fleet Cox, Randall Kirk, William Harrison, Jeremiah Harrison and the land of Daniel Harrison decd …
Signed: Peter Harrison, Lucy Harrison.
Wit: Aron Hardege, Moses Self, Willoughby Harrison, William Middleton.
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(same as above) Harrison to Porter deed bk 17, p 201-203 Westmoreland County, Virginia
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1786 June 27 – Magdalene Harrison her will, bk 16, p 314 Westmoreland County, Virginia
… I Magdalene Harrison … my Last Will and Testament …
… to my son Jeremiah Harrison … 2 feather beds and furniture …
… the rest of my estate … to be equally divided between my son Jeremiah Harrison and my daughter Hannah Gilbert … I give all the rest of my estate … that which my loving husband Samuel Harrison left me to be equally divided … to my son Jeremiah Harrison … and to my daughter Hannah Gilbert …
… seal this 16th day of December 1775 …
Signed: Magdalen Harrison. Wits: John Harrison, Joshua Harper, William Harrison, William Cole, Samuel Harrison, Elizabeth Harrison.
… proved up June 27, 1786…
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1786 June 27 – Magdalen Harrison her will bk 17, p 43 Westmoreland County, Virginia
… I Magdalen Harrison … my Last Will and Testament ..
… my son Jeremiah Harrison … two feather beds and all the furniture thereto belonging …
… the rest of my estate not already given to be equally divided between my son Jeremiah Harrison and my daughter Hannah Gilbert …
… rest of my Estate both that of my own … and that which my loving husband Samuel Harrison left me to be equally divided …
… … my son Jeremiah Harrison to be the sole executor of this my last will and testament …
… seal this 16th day of December 1775 …
Signed: Magdalen Harrison. Wit: John Harrison, Joshua Harper, William Harrison, William Cole, Samuel Harrison, Elizabeth Harrison.
… proved up the 27 day of June 1786 …
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1784 April 27 proveup – Samuel Harrison his will bk 17, p 99 Westmoreland County, Virginia
… I Samuel Harrison … my Last Will and Testament…
… to my loving wife my land so long as she remains single …
… if she marrys I give it to my son Peter Harrison …
… I give one of my best beds to my daughter Elsey Harrison …
… the rest of my estate I leave to be divided between Samuel Harrison and Thomas Harrison and Hannah …
… I leave George Williams and Peter Harrison my executors …
Signed: Samuel Harrison.
Wit: Willoughby Williams, Peter Harrison, Hannah Harrison.
… proved up the 27 day of April 1784 …
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1791 Nov 6 – Hannah Harrison her will bk 18, p 295 Westmoreland County, Virginia
… I Hannah Harrison … my Last Will and Testament …
… to my daughter Hannah Harrison 2 negroes by names Nicholas and Grace …
… to my son Alexander Harrison 2 negroes by names Daniel and James but my said son Alexander is to pay his siter Harriot Peoples the sum of 50 pounds current money of Virginia … for the rents of lands which was formerly my late husband’s Lovell Harrison’s and now in the possession of Mr Tapscott …
… to my daughter Hannah Harrison … to my son Alexander Harrison … to be equally divided between my sons and daughters that is Lovell and Joseph Harrison and my daughters Harriet Peoples, and Anne Muse’s children and my daughter Lovell.
… appoint my son Alexander Harrison and Hannah Harrison the executor and executrix …
… this 6 day of November 1791 …
Signed: Hannah Harrison.
Wits: Peter Jett, Sarah McWilliams.
… proved up the 26 day of March 1793 … by the oath of Peter Jett one of the witnesses … and on the motion of Anthony Alexander Harrison one of the executors therein named … together with Nicholas Muse …
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1828 Aug 27 – Daniel Harrison his will bk 26, p 96 Westmoreland County, Virginia
… I Daniel Harrison … my Last Will and Testament …
… my wife Elizabeth shall have the use of all my property … during her natural life or widowhood …
… to Daniel Carson Harrison … all m land lying in the County of Westmoreland … with my land in the County of Northumberland …
… to James Harrison son of my brother Willougby Harrison
… to Ann Harrison and Alice Harrison … two beds and furniture …
… to Robert Henderson son of Cole William Henderson … land lying in the County of Richmond…
… to Robert Lydnor Bailey … my land … in the County of Northumberland which I purchased of Capt James Cox…
… rest of my estate … equally divided amont the unmarried daughter of Aaron Hardwick and the unmarried daughters of Willoughby Harrison …
… appoint William Henderson and Robert Bailey executors …
… seal this 16 day of February 1826 …
Signed: Daniel Harrison.
Wit: David B Taylor, Jeremiah Middleton, Robert Bailey.
proved up Aug 27, 1828…
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Harrison, William.
Creation Date
1778
Note(s)
Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Subject
Harrison, William
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will dated 17 Sept. 1778 Will proved Oct. 1788 by one witness & Lodged for further proof
Original Will. Westmoreland County Wills 1755-1800 (reel 28a), #33.
Language
English

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA

1683 Robert Harrison bk 13, p 299. Northampton County, Virginia

1721 Silbe Harrison bk 23, p 143. Northampton County, Virginia

1778 Oct 13 – Salathiel Harrison will – bk 26, p 154. Northampton County, Virginia
… I Salathiel Harrison of Northampton County … my Last Will and Testament …
… to my son Thomas Harrison my plantation in Northamption County whereon I lately lived … to be received by my said son Thomas … when my son James Harrison arrives to the age of 21 years …
… to my son James Harrison
… to my daughter Catherene Harrison
… the six silver tea spoons which I receive with my present wife, I give and bequeath them to her eldest daughter Esther Scott
… my said son James arrives to the age of 21 years my executor shall lease out my said plantation … apply the money … for the support and education of my three youngest children Catherener, Thomas, and James
… to my wife Anne Harrison her choice of the 2 beds …
… appoint Isaac Avery to be the sole executor …
… seal this 10th day of July 1778…
Signed: Salathiel Harrison.
Wit: Lewis Davis, Mary Harrison.
… proved up the 13th day of October 1778…
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p. 154-155. Will pro. 13 Oct. 1778.
Wills & Inventories No. 26, 1777-1783 (Reel 35)

1808 July 11 – William Harrison, bk 33, p 25. Northampton County, Virginia

1819 July 12 – William G Harrison, bk 35, p. 333. Northampton County, Virginia

Title
Harrison, James.
Creation Date
1779
Note(s)
Part of index to Accomack County Wills and Administrations (1663-1800)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, James
Accomack County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 163. Accounts rec. 29 Jan. 1782.
Wills & c., 1780-1784 (Reel 54)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, James.
Creation Date
1779
Note(s)
Part of index to Accomack County Wills and Administrations (1663-1800)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, James
Accomack County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 427-428. Inv. & appr. rec. 28 Sept. 1779.
Wills & c., 1777-1780 (Reel 54)
Language
English

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, VIRGINIA – wills:

1780 Cuthbert Harrison will, bk G, p 70

1783 Ann Harrison will, bk G, p 261

1804 Mary Ann Harrison will, bk I, p 8

1807 Mathew Harrison will, bk I, p 358

1811 Thomas Harrison will bk K, p 112,
codicil bk K, p 133

1816 Thomas Harrison will, bk K, p 506

Title
Harrison, Cuthbert.
Creation Date
1780
Note(s)
Part of index to Prince William County Wills and Administrations (1734-1744) (1778-1800)
Subject
Harrison, Cuthbert
Prince William County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 70-71. Will pro. 7 Feb. 1780.
p. 81-85. Inv. & Appr. rec. 1 May 1780.
Will Book G, 1778-1791 (Reel 18)
Language
English
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Virginia – wills

1748 George Harrison will, bk A1, p. 260

1750 Jeremiah Harrison will, bk A1, p 384

Title
Harrison, Peterson.
Creation Date
1781
Note(s)
Part of index to Halifax County Wills and Administrations (1753 – 1800)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, Peterson
Halifax County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 377. Inv. & Appr. rec. 10 Oct. 1781.
p. 382. Inv. & Appr. rec. 17 Jan. 1782.
Will Book No. 1, 1773-1783 (Reel 36)
Language
English

AMHERST COUNTY, VIRGINIA wills, etc…

Deed v. D-F, 1773-1791
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1774 Battaile Harrison to Geo Weir for Spiers and Bowman bk D, p. 162
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1774 John Harrison and ux, Sarah etal to William Haynes, bk D, p 208
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1777 Reuben Harrison from Jacob Smith bk D, p 408
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1778 Reubin Harrison and ux, Peggy, to Rich. Ballinger, bk D, p 531
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AMHERST index to wills:

Title
Harrison, William.
Creation Date
1782
Note(s)
Part of index to Amherst County Wills and Administrations (1761 – 1800)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, William
Amherst County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 43-44. Adm. bond rec. 2 Apr. 1782.
p. 46. Inv. & Appr. rec. 6 May 1782.
Will Book No. 2, 1780-1786 (Reel 17)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Richard.
Creation Date
1783
Note(s)
Part of index to Montgomery County Wills and Administrations (1773 – 1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Richard
Montgomery County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 63. Will pro. 5 Aug 1783.
p. 224. Estate division rec. May 1796.
p. 62. Inv. & Appr. rec. 23 Mar. 1784.
Deeds and Wills B, 1773-1797 (Reel 1)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Arthur.
Creation Date
1783
Note(s)
Part of index to Brunswick County Wills and Administrations (1732 – 1800)
Subject
Harrison, Arthur
Brunswick County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 487-488. Will pro. 24 Aug. 1783.
Order Book 2, 1741-1742 (Reel 29)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Ann [Anne]
Creation Date
1783
Note(s)
Part of index to Prince William County Wills and Administrations (1734-1744) (1778-1800)
Subject
Harrison, Ann [Anne]
Prince William County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 261-262. Will pro. 1 Dec. 1783.
Will Book G, 1778-1791 (Reel 18)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Arthur.
Creation Date
1784
Note(s)
Part of index to Brunswick County Wills and Administrations (1732 – 1800)
Subject
Harrison, Arthur
Brunswick County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 269-270. Inv. & Appr. rec. 22 March 1784
Will Book 2, 1738-1750, 1783-1785 (Reel 20)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, George.
Creation Date
1784
Note(s)
Part of index to Richmond County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, George
Richmond County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 126. Accounts rec. 30 May 1788.
p. 175. Estate division ordered Feb. 1788.
p. 181-184. Guardians accounts for 4 Dec. 1789-20 Sept. 1790.
p. 207-208. Guardians accounts rec. 5 Mar. 1792.
Account Book No. 2, 1784-1798 (Reel 57)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, George.
Creation Date
1784
Note(s)
Part of index to Richmond County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, George
Richmond County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 12-13. Inv. & appr. ordered 6 Dec. 1784.
Will & Inventories No. 8, 1787-1794 (Reel 23)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, George.
Creation Date
1784
Note(s)
Part of index to Richmond County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, George
Richmond County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 454-456. Will pro. 6 Dec. 1784.
Will Book No. 7, 1767-1787 (Reel 24)
Language
English

Langhorne, John.
Creation Date
1784
Note(s)
Part of index to Cumberland County Wills and Administrations (1749 – 1810)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Langhorne, John
Cumberland County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 493. Allotment of dower to Sarah Harrison rec. 26 Jan. 1791.
p. 394. Administrator’s bond, rec. 26 June 1786
p. 507-508. Account current, rec. 29 March 1791
p. 339-340. Will, pro. 28 June 1784.
p. 341-343. Inv. & Appr. rec. 27 Sept. 1784.
Will Book No. 2, 1769-1792 (Reel 17)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Nathaniel.
Creation Date
1785
Note(s)
Part of index to Greensville County Wills and Administrations (1781 – 1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Nathaniel
Greensville County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 143-144. Inv. & Appr. rec. 22 Oct. 1789.
p. 144-145. Accounts rec. 22 Oct. 1789.
p. 88-89. Will pro. 26 May 1785.
Will Book No. 1, 1781-1806 (Reel 7)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Mary.
Creation Date
1785
Note(s)
Part of index to Greensville County Wills and Administrations (1781 – 1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Mary
Greensville County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 84-85. Will pro. 28 April 1785.
p. 92-93. Inv. & Appr. rec. 24 Nov. 1785.
Will Book No. 1, 1781-1806 (Reel 7)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, John
Creation Date
1785
Note(s)
Part of index to Botetourt County Wills and Administrations (1770 – 1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, John, Senior
Botetourt County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 238. Nunc. Will, undated.
p. 242-243. Inv. & Appr. rec. Aug. 1786.
Will Book A, 1770-1801 (Reel 20)
Language
English
Title
Harrison, Littleton.
Creation Date
1786
Note(s)
Part of index to Accomack County Wills and Administrations (1663-1800)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, Littleton
Accomack County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 237-239. Inv. & appr. rec. 27 June 1786.
p. 239-241. Accounts rec. 27 June 1786.
Wills & c., 1784-1787 (Reel 55)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Nathaniel.
Creation Date
1787
Note(s)
Part of index to Prince George County Wills and Administrations (1713-1800)
Genre
Estate administration records.
Subject
Harrison, Nathaniel
Prince George County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 107-108. Accounts rec. 11. Dec. 1787.
Deed Book, 1787-1792 (Reel 3)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Robert.
Creation Date
1789
Note(s)
Part of index to Prince George County Wills and Administrations (1713-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Robert,
Prince George County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 576-578. Accounts rec. 10 Aug. 1791.
p. 679-680. Estate division rec. 10 May 1792.
p. 211-212. Will pro. 10 Feb. 1789.
Deed Book, 1787-1792 (Reel 3)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Francis.
Creation Date
1790
Note(s)
Part of index to Amherst County Wills and Administrations (1761 – 1800)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, Francis
Amherst County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 96-97. Adm. bond rec. 7 Apr. 1789.
p. 137. Inv. & Appr. rec. 7 June 1790.
Will Book No. 1, 1786-1800 (Reel 18)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Benjamin.
Creation Date
1790
Note(s)
Part of index to Prince George County Wills and Administrations (1713-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Benjamin
Prince George County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 437-438. Will pro. 14. Dec. 1790.
p. 682. Inv. rec. 10 July 1792.
Deed Book, 1787-1792 (Reel 3)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Hannah.
Creation Date
1790
Note(s)
Part of index to Richmond County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Genre
Estate administration records.
Subject
Harrison, Hannah
Richmond County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 174-175. Estate division ordered Jan. 1790.
Account Book No. 2, 1784-1798 (Reel 57)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Burr.
Creation Date
1791
Note(s)
Part of index to Prince William County Wills and Administrations (1734-1744) (1778-1800)
Subject
Harrison, Burr
Prince William County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 474-479. Will pro. 7 Feb. 1791.
Will Book G, 1778-1791 (Reel 18)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, John.
Creation Date
1791
Note(s)
Part of index to Isle of Wight County Wills and Administrations (1628-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, John
Isle of Wight County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 195-196. Will pro. 7 Feb. 1791
Will Book, Vol. 10, 1785-1796 (Reel 26)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, John.
Creation Date
1791
Note(s)
Part of index to Isle of Wight County Wills and Administrations (1628-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, John
Isle of Wight County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 199-201. Accounts rec. 6 May 1799
Will Book, Vol. 11, 1796-1804 (Reel 27)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Richard.
Creation Date
1791
Note(s)
Part of index to Prince George County Wills and Administrations (1713-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Richard
Prince George County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 620-621. Will pro. 11. Oct. 1791.
Deed Book, 1787-1792 (Reel 3)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Burr.
Creation Date
1791
Note(s)
Part of index to Prince William County Wills and Administrations (1734-1744) (1778-1800)
Subject
Harrison, Burr
Prince William County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 474-479. Will pro. 7 Feb. 1791.
Will Book G, 1778-1791 (Reel 18)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Nathaniel.
Creation Date
1792
Note(s)
Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Subject
Harrison, Nathaniel
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will – 1792
Prince George Co. Deed Book, 1787-1792, p. 635
Language
English

Harrison, Nathaniel.
Creation Date
1792
Note(s)
Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Subject
Harrison, Nathaniel
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will – 1792
Prince George Co. Deed Book, 1787-1792, p. 635
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Nathaniel.
Creation Date
1792
Note(s)
Part of index to Prince George County Wills and Administrations (1713-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Nathaniel
Prince George County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 635. Will pro. 13. Mar. 1792.
p. 676. Further proof rec. 8 May 1792.
Deed Book, 1787-1792 (Reel 3)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Jeremiah.
Creation Date
1793
Note(s)
Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Subject
Harrison, Jeremiah
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will – 1793
Northumberland Co. District Court Orders, Deeds, [Wills], 1789-1825 [1849], p. 319
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Jeremiah.
Creation Date
1793
Note(s)
Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Subject
Harrison, Jeremiah
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will – 1793
Northumberland Co. District Court Orders, Deeds, [Wills], 1789-1825 [1849], p. 319
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Burr.
Creation Date
1793, 1797
Note(s)
Part of index to Prince William County Wills and Administrations (1734-1744) (1778-1800)
Subject
Harrison, Burr
Prince William County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 47-50. Inv. & Appr. rec. 5 July 1793.
p. 201-203. Accounts rec. 1 May 1797.
Will Book H, 1792-1803 (Reel 19)
Language
English

Harrison, Amos [Amas]
Creation Date
1794
Note(s)
Part of index to Montgomery County Wills and Administrations (1773 – 1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Amos [Amas]
Montgomery County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 201. Will pro. Mar. 1794.
Deeds and Wills B, 1773-1797 (Reel 1)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Carter Henry.
Creation Date
1794
Note(s)
Part of index to Cumberland County Wills and Administrations (1749 – 1810)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Carter Henry
Cumberland County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 344-345. Division of estate, rec. Jan. 1807.
p. 20-21. Will, pro. 27 Jan. 1794.
1793w
Will Book No. 3, 1792-1810 (Reel 18)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, John.
Creation Date
1795
Note(s)
Part of index to Amherst County Wills and Administrations (1761 – 1800)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, John
Amherst County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 411-412. Inv. & Appr. dated 13. Nov. 1795, rec. ?? 179?
Will Book No. 3, 1786-1800 (Reel 18)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Christopher.
Creation Date
1796
Note(s)
Part of index to Nottoway County Wills and Administrations (1789 – 1809)
Subject
Harrison, Christopher
Nottoway County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 215-216. Inv. & Appr. rec. 2 June 1796.
Will Book 1, 1789-1802 (Reel 4)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Barbara.
Creation Date
1796
Note(s)
Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Subject
Harrison, Barbara
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will – undated Will – proved 21 October 1796
Arlington County Complete Records A, pp. 197-198.
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Samuel.
Creation Date
1796
Note(s)
Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Subject
Harrison, Samuel
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will – 7 February 1796 Will – proved 19 February 1796
Arlington County Complete Records A, pp. 177-178
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Samuel.
Creation Date
1796
Note(s)
Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Subject
Harrison, Samuel
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will – 7 February 1796 Will – proved 19 February 1796
Arlington County Complete Records A, pp. 177-178
Language
English

Harrison, Barbara.
Creation Date
1796
Note(s)
Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Subject
Harrison, Barbara
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will – undated Will – proved 21 October 1796
Arlington County Complete Records A, pp. 197-198.
Language
English

Harrison [Harrowson], Elias.
Creation Date
1797
Note(s)
Part of index to Essex County Wills and Administrations (1692-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison [Harrowson], Elias
Essex County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 277. Widow’s relinquishment rec. 20 Feb. 1797.
p. 296. Will pro. 17 Apr. 1797.
p. 296-297. Exors. bond rec. 17 Apr. 1797.
p. 382-383. Inv. & appr. rec. 16 Apr. 1797.
Will Book No. 15, 1792-1800 (Reel 49)
Language
English

Title
Harrison [Harrisson], Richard.
Creation Date
1798
Note(s)
Part of index to Isle of Wight County Wills and Administrations (1628-1800)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison [Harrisson], Richard
Isle of Wight County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 151-152. Inv. & Appr. rec. 5 Dec. 1798
Will Book, Vol. 11, 1796-1804 (Reel 27)
Language
English

Title
Harrison [Harrisson], Elizabeth.
Creation Date
1798
Note(s)
Part of index to Isle of Wight County Wills and Administrations (1628-1800)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison [Harrisson], Elizabeth
Isle of Wight County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 140-141. Will pro. 1 Oct. 1798
Will Book, Vol. 11, 1796-1804 (Reel 27)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Christopher.
Creation Date
1798
Note(s)
Part of index to Nottoway County Wills and Administrations (1789 – 1809)
Subject
Harrison, Christopher
Nottoway County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 301. Inv. rec. 7 June 1798.
Will Book 1, 1789-1802 (Reel 4)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Henry.
Creation Date
1798
Note(s)
Part of index to Sussex County Wills and Administrations (1754 – 1800)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, Henry
Sussex County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 125-129. Inv. & Appr. rec. 7 Dec. 1798.
Will Book F, 1796-1806 (Reel 15)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Margaret.
Creation Date
1798
Note(s)
Part of index to Surry County Wills and Administrations (1652 – 1850)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Margaret
Surry County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will Book 1, 1792-1804, p. 278-279
Language
English

Title
Harris, Pleasant.
Creation Date
1799
Note(s)
Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Subject
Harris, Pleasant
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will – 1799 This entry in Torrence should read Pleasant Harrison
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Pleasant.
Creation Date
1799
Note(s)
Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Subject
Harrison, Pleasant
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will – 1799
Indexed as Pleasant Harris in Torrence
Language
English

Harrison, Pleasant.
Creation Date
1799
Note(s)
Part of index to Surry County Wills and Administrations (1652 – 1850)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Pleasant
Surry County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will Book 1, 1792-1804, p. 346
Language
English

Title
Harrison, ____________.
Creation Date
1799, 1800
Note(s)
Part of index to Nottoway County Wills and Administrations (1789 – 1809)
Subject
Harrison, —-
Nottoway County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 361-362. Gdn. accts. for Jency R. Harrison rec. 3 Oct. 1799.
p. 409. Gdn. accts. for Jincy, Polley & Stephen Harrison rec. 3 Oct. 1800.
Will Book 1, 1789-1802 (Reel 4)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Carter H.
Creation Date
1800
Note(s)
Part of index to Cumberland County Wills and Administrations (1749 – 1810)
Genre
Wills.
Subject
Harrison, Carter H
Cumberland County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 157. Will, pro. 22 Dec. 1800.
p. 163. Inv. & Appr. rec. 26 Jan. 1801.
Will Book No. 3, 1792-1810 (Reel 18)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, [Christopher]
Creation Date
1803
Note(s)
Part of index to Nottoway County Wills and Administrations (1789 – 1809)
Genre
Estate administration records.
Subject
Harrison, [Christopher]
Nottoway County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Nottoway Co. Will Book 2, p. 26-27.
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Coleman.
Creation Date
1804
Note(s)
Part of index to Surry County Wills and Administrations (1652 – 1850)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, Coleman
Surry County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will Book 1, 1792-1804, p. 728
Language
English

Title
Harrison, _____.
Creation Date
1804
Note(s)
Part of index to Surry County Wills and Administrations (1652 – 1850)
Subject
Harrison, —-
Surry County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Surry Co. Will Book 1, p. 708
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Nathaniel.
Creation Date
1806
Note(s)
Part of index to Surry County Wills and Administrations (1652 – 1850)
Genre
Estate administration records.
Subject
Harrison, Nathaniel
Surry County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Wills, Etc., 2, 1804-1815, p. 115-120.
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Susanna.
Creation Date
1807
Note(s)
Part of index to Cumberland County Wills and Administrations (1749 – 1810)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, Susanna
Cumberland County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
p. 345-346. Inv. & Appr. rec. Jan. 1807.
Will Book No. 3, 1792-1810 (Reel 18)
Language
English

Title
Harrison, Sarah.
Creation Date
1809
Note(s)
Part of index to Surry County Wills and Administrations (1652 – 1850)
Genre
Estate inventories.
Subject
Harrison, Sarah
Surry County (Va.)
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Wills, Etc., 2, 1804-1815, p. 293.
Language
English

Title
Harrison, William H.
Creation Date
1824
Note(s)
Part of index to wills from counties where official records no longer exist for the period beginning 1801.
Subject
Harrison, William H.,
Other title
Virginia wills and administrations.
Local Note
Will – 1824
Archives Division Accession No. 22296
Language
English

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