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

Deed Benjamin CLEMENTS to Edmund WALKER,
     dated 19 Apr 1748
Amelia County, VA, Deed Book 3, 1747-1750, pp. 123-128
Transcript by Marna L. Clemons, 3 November 2001 - in progress

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This Indenture made the Nineteenth day of Aprill in the Twentieth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second by the grace of God of great Brittain France and Ireland King Defender of the Faith and in the year of our Lord one Thousand Seven Hundred Fourty and Eight Between Benjamin Clements of Amelia County Black Smith of the one part and Edmund Walker of the aforesaid County Planter of the other part Witnesseseth that the said Benjamin Clements for divers good Causes and Considerations him thereunto moving but more Especially for and in Consideration of the Sum of Fifty Pounds Current Money to him in hand paid by the said Edmd. Walker at & before the sealing & Delivery of these presents the receit whereof & himself therewith fully satisfied contented & paid he doth hereby acknowledge have given granted Sold remises aliened Transferred Enfeoffed and Confirmed & by these Presents for himself his Heirs and assigns he doth give grant Sell remise release alien Transfer Enfeoff & Confirm unto the said Edmd. Walker & to his Heirs & assigns for ever with all the Right Title Interest Possession Claim & Demand of him the said Benja. Clement all that Plantation seat a part of a Tract of land which was granted to Benja. Clement by one patent bearing date the Sixteenth Day of June in the year of our Lord One thousand seven Hundred and Thirty Eight and being bounded as by the sd. Patent as mentioned and Exprest Except one Parcell or peace of the said Land which was formerly sold by the said Clements Father to Lewis Thomas Containing by Estimation one hundred & Fifty Acres To have and to hold the said Plantation or Tract of Land Messauges Tenements and all other the Premises herein before granted Bargained & Sold and every part thereof with all right Members and Appertenances thereunto belonging unto the said Edmund Walker and to his Heirs and assigns for ever To be held of our Sovereign Lord the King his Heirs and Successors as of the Mannor of East Greenwich in the County of Kent in free common Yielding and Paying the due rents Due and accustomed to be paid for the same being one shilling for every Fifty Acres and the Said Benja. Clement for himself his Heirs Executrs. adminrs. and Assigns & every of the doth Covenant promise grant and agree to and with the sd. Edmd. Walker his Heirs Exectrs. adminrs. and Assigns & every of them in manner Following that is to say that he the said Benjamin Clement now hath & untill the Estate hereby meant mentioned & intended to be made to the said Edmd. Walker his Heirs and Assigns forever to his and there own Proper use & behoof shall be fully absolutly & Lawfully Executed and vested in the SD Edmd. Walker his Heirs & Assigns forever as aforesd. Shall Continue to have hold & Enjoy a good perfect absolute free & Indefeazable Estate in fee Simple to him & his Heirs for ever of in and unto ye Premises herein before granted and every part thereof with ye Appurtenances and that he hath good rightfull Power and Lawfull Authority to Convey the same in Manner herein before Expressed unto the said Edmund Walker & to his Heirs & Assigns forever and that the SD granted premises & every part thereof with the Appurtenances are free & clear of & from all forms & other gifts grants Bargain sales Extants recognizances Judgments Executions Covenants articles agreements Intails Wills dowers Joynters & from all & all manner of other Titles Troubles & Incumberances whatsoever & shall so remain untill ye Estate hereby Intended to be made shall be fully and Absolutely to all Intents & Purposes vested in and Confirmed unto the said Edmd. Walker his Heirs and Assigns forever and that the said Edmd. Walker his Heirs and Assigns forever hereafter Yielding and Paying the Quitrents for the same aforesd. may and shall peacably and Quietly have hold Occupy Possess and Enjoy the said granted Premises & every part thereof with the Appurtenances full freely & absolutely Exonerated Acquited & Discharged of & from all & all manner of former & other Bargains Sales gifts grants Estates Rents releases & of & from all Joyntures Dowers Statutes Recognizances Judgments Executions forfeitures Seizures Issues Extents Escheats & all other Charges Titles Troubles & Incumbrances & Demands whatsoever made Committed Suffered Acknowledged Executed or done or hereafter to be acknowledged had made committed suffered Executed or Done by him the said Benja. Clement his Heirs Exectrs. administrs. or Assigns or by any other Person or Persons whatsoever & free and Clear of & from any Lett Suit Trouble or Charge whatsoever of or by ye SD Benja. Clement his Heirs Exectrs. adminrs or Assigns all & Singular the herein before granted premises with the Appurtenances unto the said Edmd. Walker his Heirs & Assigns shall and will Warrant and forever Defend by these presents against him the SD Benja. Clement his Heirs Execrs. adminrs. & Assigns and every of them and against all and every other Person or Persons whatsoever and Lastly that from time to time and all times the SD Benja. Clement his Heirs Exrs. & c. doth hereby Covenant grant and agree to any other Act or Deed or Lawfull Conveyance to the SD Edmd. Walker his Heirs or Assigns if he or they shall request it within Ten Years Next ensuing the Date of these Presents for the further better and more sure makeing and Conveying the same aforementioned Premises according to the true intent meaning and purpose of this Indenture In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Affixed my Seal the Day and year first above Written

Signed Sealed and Delivered }  
in the presents of us } Benja. Clement {seal}
Test John Bentley    
Henry   H   Jolley    
Frances Pollard    

Memorandom that on the Nineteenth Day of Aprill one Thousand Seven Hundred fourty and Eight Quiet and Peaceable posseon and and Seizon of the within Mentioned Land and Premises was made done and Delivered by Benja. Clement the Feoffer within Named to the within Named Edmund Walker the Feoffer according to the true Intent and meaning of the within Written Deed
In Presence of us    
John Bentley   Benja. Clemont {seal}
Henry  H  Jolley    
Frances Pollard    

At a Court held for Amelia County the 17th day of August 1748 Benjamin Clement presented and acknowledged his Deed and Livery and Seison Indorsed to Edmund Walker and ordered to be recorded Susanna the wife of the said Benjamin being first privately Examined and Voluntarily assenting thereto relinquished her right of Dower in the Land conveyed by the Said Deed
    Samuel Cobbs CC

[Note: Virginia Land Office Patent Book 18, pages 19-20 records that Benjamin CLEMENT acquired the land he conveyed in the above deed by Virginia Land Office Patent dated 16 Jun 1738.]

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