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

Deed William CLEMENT to Henry COX, 20 Jul 1761
Amelia County, VA, Deed Book 7, 1759-1762, pp. 490-492
Transcript by Marna L. Clemons, 21 October 2001

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  This Indenture made this Twentieth Day of July in the first year of the Reign of our sovereign Lord George the third by the Grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland and the Dominion thereunto belonging King Defender of the Faith & and in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred & sixty one Between William Clement of the County of Amelia of the one Part and Henry Cox of the County of Cumberland of the other part Witnesseth that Whereas William Clement late of the aforesaid County of Amelia Deceased by his last Will and Testament bearing date the eighteenth Day of February and the year seven hundred and sixty amongst other Bequests did bequeath unto his Son Francis Clement the Land and Plantation whereon he then lived together with a Water Grist Mill thereon which said Land and Water Grist Mill were afterwards conveyed by the said Francis Clement to the before named William Clement (Son of the said Testator and Party to these Presents) by Deed bearing date the twenty second Day of May one thousand seven hundred and sixty as by the said Deed now amongst the Records in Amelia County Court reference being thereunto being had may more fully and at large appear Now this Indenture Witnesseth the said William Clement for and in Consideration of the Sum of fifty Pounds Current Money to him in hand Paid by the said Henry Cox the Receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge & thereof and forever or a part and Parcel thereof doth hereby acquit and discharge the said Henry Cox his Heirs & c forever by these Presents Hath granted, bargain'd Sold, released & confirmd and by these Presents doth fully clearly and absolutely grant, bargain sell release and Confirm unto the said Henry Cox his Heir and Assigns forever one Moiety or half part of the Water Grist Mill aforesaid together with one half part of the rents issues and Profits thereof heretofore used reputed taken or known as part parcel or member thereof and that he the said Henry Cox his Heirs Exrs. and Assigns and every of them shall have use occupy all ways Easements Liberties, Passages Conveniences and shall quietly have free Engress Ingress & Regress into and from the said Mill and other the said Premises for the using and occupying one Moity or half part of the same without let or disturbance of the said William Clement his Heirs Executors Administrators or assigns To have and To hold the said Moiety or one half part of the said Water Grist Mill and all and singular other the Premises with their Appurtenances unto the said Henry Cox his Heirs Executors and Admin. to his and her own proper use & Behoof as fully and in an ample manner as to the said William Clement now have or may have and enjoy the same and the said Henry Cox doth hereby covenant [?] grant and agree to and with the William Clement [?] & in manner and form following that is to say that he the said Henry Cox shall and Will from time to time and at all times hereafter during his partnership in the said Mill may [?] , allow, [?] the full Moity or half part and Portion of all such Sum and Sums of Money and other charges whatsoever as shall grow due or payable or be convenient or necessary to be Earn or paid for the rebuilding or Reparations of the Premises or for the Defence of of the title therof or any parcel thereof in for upon account of all actions, Suits Matters or things brought against him the said William Clement or to be brought in time to come against the said William Clement his Heirs Executors Admin. or assigns for or by reason of any matter or thing touching or concerning the same and the said William Clement for him and his Heirs the said Moiety or one half part of the aforesaid Water Grist Mill and all and singular other the Premises against him and his Heirs and all and every other Person and Persons whatsoever claiming by from or under him them or any or either of them unto the said Henry Cox his Heirs and Assigns shall and will warrant & forever defend by these Presents In witness whereof the said William Clement hath hereunto set his Hand and affixed his Seal the Day and year first in this Indenture written
Sign'd Seal'd & Delivered }  
in Presence of us } William Clement {seal}
Test Saml. Jones    
Edward Cox    
Edward Booker    

Received of Henry Cox the sum of Fifty Pounds Current Money it being the consideration Money in the with Deed express'e In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand this 23d Day of July anno Domini 1761
Test Edward Cox   William Clement
Saml. Jones    
Edward Booker    

At a Court held for Amelia County the 23d Day of July 1761.
This Indenture and the receipt thereon endorsed were acknowledged by the within named William Clement Party thereto and ordered to be recorded.
  Test T Griffin Peachy Cl. Cur.

[Note: Amelia County, VA, Deed Book 7, pages 232-235 records that William CLEMENT purchased the land referenced in the above deed from Francis CLEMENT on 22 May 1760.]

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