Page 29 - 27 Mar 1809 Court
Augt 29th 1808
I do hereby subject my right to the within mentioned slaves to the payment
of the further sum of fifty Dollars due from me to said John Lane, hereby
authorising the said Lane to sell the said right or slaves at any time
to pay himself the hundred dollars within mentioned & the fifty dollars
above mentioned with interest hereby confirming any sale he may make of
my right to the within mentioned slaves for the above purpose.
|Wm. H. Vaughan
|Wm Robertson Jr.
|J. T. Leigh
Amelia County, March Court
This agreement was exhibited into court and proved by the oaths of two
of the witnesses subscribing the same and was ordered to be recorded.
At a court held for the said County the 24th augt. following the Court
the above agreement appearing to the satisfaction of the court to have
been proven by Wm. Robertson with two other witnesses thereto at March
Court last the same is ordered to be recorded. Teste
James Townes c.a.c.
Page 142 - 25 January Court
This Indenture made this eighteenth day of May in the year One Thousand
eight hundred and Nine between Samuel Ford and Pinkethman D. Booker Trustees
in two Deeds of Trust, One of which was made to them by Joseph Clements
for the purpose of Securing a sum of money mentioned in the said Deed,
due to Thomas Perkinson, the other to Secure the payment of a sum of money
due from the Said Joseph Clements to Thomas & Francis Pride both of
which said Deeds are of record in the County Court of Amelia, of the one
part and John Morriss of the other part, . . .
for 50 pounds . . .
eighty four acres in Amelia
County . . . "whereon the said Joseph Clement did reside, and the
same which the said Joseph Clement conveyed in trust to the said Samuel
Ford and Pinkethman D. Booker for the benefit of Thomas Perkinson and
Thomas & Francis Pride." . . .
bounded by John Morriss,
James Seay, Estate of John Reason, Henry Harper
signed by Saml Ford, Pink:
recorded 25 Jan 1810