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William CLEMENT (d. 1760) of Amelia County, Virginia - A Study of His Descendants


 
Deed George EVINS to William CLEMENTS, 25 Sep 1760
Amelia County, VA, Deed Book 7, pages 330-331
Transcript by Marna L. Clemons, 4 September 2001

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  This Indenture made this Twenty fifth day of September one thousand seven hundred and sixty Between George Evins of the one part and William Clements of the other Party both of Amelia County Witnesseth that the said George Evins for Valuable Consideration of sixty Pounds Current Money of Virginia to him in hand paid Before the Insealing and Delivery of these Presents the Receipt Whereof I do hereby Acknowledge myself to be fully Satisfied Contented and paid by these Presents have given granted Bargained sold Alinated and Confirmed do by these Presents Fully Clearly absolutely Give grant bargain sell Linate Enfeofe and Confirm unto the said William Clements One hundred and Fifty Acres of Land by Estimation be the same more or less lying and bounded as followeth Joining George Booker Josiah Cox John Tabb and the Land William Clement Senior bought of William Ross to have and to hold the said land & Premises the said one hundred & fifty Acres of land the above said George Evans hath Granted bargained & sold unto the above said William Clement his heirs & Assigns with all houses Orchards gardens fences woods & under Woods water & water Courses thereon standing growing and being with all profits Commodities advantages and Appurtinances whatsoever the same belonging or in any wise appertaining and also the Remainder and Remainders Reversion and Reversions thereof and every part and parcel thereof the said Tract of Land with all & Singular the appurtenance unto the said William Clement for his heirs & Assigns to the only proper use & behoof of him the said William Clements his Heirs & Assigns for ever and the said George Evins for himself and his heirs the said Land & Premises with all their and Every of their Appurtenances unto the said William Clement for his heirs & Assigns shall & will warrant & forever Defend by these Presents against any Person or Persons whatsoever having or Lawfully Claiming any Wright or Title in or to the same or any part or parcel thereof & the said George Evins for himself & his heirs doth grant Covenant & agree to & with the said William Clements his heirs & Assigns In manner & form following that is to say that the said George Evins at the time of sealing & Delivering of these presents is & Standeth Seized of any Indefeazable Estate in fee simple of and in these premises & that he hath good Wright & lawfull authority to sell & convey the same in manner & form aforesaid & that the same shall forever Remain to the said William Clements his heirs & Assigns freely & Clearly Exonarated & Discharged of & from all & all manner of other & former Bargains Seals Titles of Dowrey & all others rights & Estates whatsoever in Witness whereof the said George Evins hath hereunto set his hand & sealed the day & year above Written.
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Memorandum That on the Twenty fifth Day of September one thousand seven hundred & sixty peaceable and quiet Possession & Seizen of the within granted Land & Premises was made done & Delivered I the within named George Evins unto the within Named William Clements according to the Form & Estate of the within Written Deed in Presence of us.
   
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 At a Court held for Amelia County the 25th Day of September 1760.
This Indenture and the Memorandum endorsed were acknowledged by the within named George Evans Party thereto and Ordered to be recorded & Margaret Wife of the said George Personally appeared in Court and haveing been first privily examined as the Law directs.
    Test. T Griffin Peachy C.

[Note: Amelia County, VA, Will Book 2X, page 150 records that in his will dated 17 June 1764, William CLEMENT bequeathed the property he purchased by the above deed to his son William CLEMENT.]




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