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


 

Deed William CLEMENT Jr. to William COMPTON,
     17 Jun 1748

Amelia County, VA, Deed Book 3, 1747-1750, pp. 85-87
Transcript by Marna L. Clemons, 2 November 2001


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[Note: The deed book page is badly torn and the outer edge of the page is missing in some places . This transcript will display each line as it is in the record book. Brackets [] will be used to indicate possible missing text.

This Indenture made this Seventeenth day of June
One thousand Seven hund & forty Eight in the Twenty Second Year of our
Sovereign Lord George the Second by his Grace of god of Great Brittain France
Ireland King Defender of the Faith & anno Dom MDCCXLvii Between
William Clemment Junr. of Amelia County of the one part & William
Compton of the same County of the other part Witnesseth that the said
William Clement Junr. for and in consideration of the sum of Eleven pounds
Current money of Virginia by the said William Compton to the said William
Clement Junr.
in hand paid at & before the Ensealing & Delivery of these
presents the receipt whereof the sd. William Clemment Junr. doth hereof
Acknowledge and hereof & of every part hereof doth Acquit & discharge
sd. William Compton his heirs Exors. & Admis have given Granted [ ]
Sold Enffeoffed & confirmed and by these Presents [ ] Grant [ ]
Enfeoff & Confirm to the said William Compton his heirs & Assigns
One Tract or Parcel of Land Situate lying and being in the County [ ]
Amelia aforesd. Containing Seventy four acres it being Granted to the [ ]
William Clemment Junr. by Patent bearing date the Twentieth day [ ]
August one thousand Seven hundred and forty Seven
In the twenty first [ ]
of his Majestys Reign with all & Singular the Appurtenances the [ ]
belonging and all the Estate Right title Intrest Property Claim & Demand
whatsoever of him the sd. William Clemment Junr. Of in & to the pro[ ]
and every part & parcell thereof and the Reversion & Reversions Remainder
& Remainders Rents [?] & Profits thereof & of every part & parcel
thereof To have and to hold the Premises aforesd.
with the appurtenances to the sd. William Compton his heirs & assigns
for ever to the only use and behoof of him the said William Compton his
heirs & assigns for ever And to no other use Intent or purpose
Whatsoever and the said William Clemment Junr. for himself
his heirs Exrs. & Adms. & every of them doth Covenant Promise & Grant to
& with the sd. William Compton his heirs & assigns in Manner
& form following that he the sd. William Compton his heirs or assigns
shall or may from time to time & at all Time hereafter peaceably &
Quietly have hold possess occupy & Enjoy the sd. Premises with the
Appurtenances and every part and parcel thereof without the Lawfull
let Suit hindrance Interruption Eviction Molestation or Disturbance
of him the said William Clemment Junr. his heirs or assigns or
any other person or persons whatsoever having or Lawfully claiming
or which shall have or Lawfully Claim any right Title or Interest in
to or out of the said premises with the appurtenances or any part
thereof and also freely clearly Discharged of & from all
former and other Bargains Sails Gifts Grants ffeofments Jointors
Dowers Leases Wills Intails Statutes Judgments Recognisanes
Mortgages Exonitions Rents Covenants and all other Charges Titles
Troubles and Incumbrances Whatsoever and that the said
William Clemment his heirs Exors. Admrs. the premises aforsd. &
with the appurtenances to the said William Compton his heirs
& assigns against all persons whatsoever shall & will warrant and
[ ] forever defend In Witness whereof the parties to
these presents have interchangeable set their hands & Seals the
day & year first above Written.
Sealed and Delivered } Wm. Clement Junr. {seal}
in presence of } Mary Clement {seal}
John Clement    
Dasey Southall    
James Johnson    

Memorandom That the same day Livery of Seisin & possession
of the Land & premises within Mentioned was made & given by the
said William Clement to the Said William Compton in our presence
John Clement   Wm. Clement Jr. {seal}
Dasey Southall   Mary Clement {seal}
James Johnson    

At a Court held for Amelia County the xix day of June MDCCXLviii
William Clement & Mary his wife Presented and acknowledged their Deed
with the Livery of Seisin Endorsed to William Compton and Ordered to be recorded the said Mary being first privately Examined and voluntarily Assenting
thereto relinquished her right of Dower in the Land conveyed by the said
Deed.
    Samuel Cobbs Clk

[Note: Virginia Patent Book 28, page 134 records that William CLEMENT Jr. acquired the land he conveyed in the above deed by Virginia Land Office Patent dated 20 Aug 1747.]



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