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

Deed Charles LYNCH et al to Adam CLEMENT,
     dated 27 Mar 1770
Bedford County, VA, Deed Book 3, pages 471-472
Transcript byMarna L. Clemons, 3 October 2001

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  This Indenture made this twenty seventh day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven Hundred and seventy Between Charles Lynch John Lynch and Christopher Lynch of Bedford County of the one part and Adam Clements of same County of the other part Witnesseth that they the said Charles John and Christopher hath for and In consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds to them paid the Receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge Given granted Bargained sold Enfeofed and by these presents Confirmd unto the said Adam Clements one Certain track or parcel of Land Containing seven hundred and forty acres Being on the head Branches of Bever Creek in the County of Bedford and being part of Two Thousand Six hundred thrity & two acres Taken up in partnershp Between John Thomason Deceased & Lynches and Bounded as followeth to wit Begining at a pine a Corner mentioned in the patent thence by the Same afsd. patent south fifty East one hundred and sixty six po. to a Chesnut south one hundred and thirty six poles to a Red oak then south sixty five west one hundred and fourteen poles to a pine then south Thirty five East twenty Eight poles to pointers then south sixty East one hundred Po. to a red oak then south Eighty East fifteen poles to a white Oak then south Twelve East Eighty poles to a white Oak then south Eighty East forty five po. to pointers then North sixty & five East two hundred and Twenty po. to pointers then south thirty East fifty Eight Po. to a pine then North Twenty five west one hundred and Ninety poles to pointers then North Ninety Eight poles to pointers thence the Dividing line south Eighty Eight west Crossing the main Fork of Bever Creek three hundred seventy & six poles to the first station Together with all woods ways waters Profits Easements and Commodities hereditements or appurtinances to the same belonging or in any wise appurtaining To have and to hold the said Track of Land with all the priviledges thereunto Belonging to the only proper use and behoof of him the said Adam Clements his heirs and assigns forever and farther the said Chas. John & Christopher doth agree to make the said Clement such further Deed as he shall Require he being at all Cost & Charge for the same & will warrant and Defend from all persons Laying any Claim the said Land & premises unto the said Adam Clements his heirs or assigns in Confirmation whereof they the said Charles John and Christopher hath set their hands & affixed their seals the day and year first above Written
Charles Lynch L.S.
John Lynch L.S.
Christopher Lynch L.S.

Memorandum that on the day and year within written Livery of seisen was given by the within named Charles Lynch John Lynch & Christopher Lynch to the within Named Adam Clements Quiet and peaceably to possess the within lands & premises according to this Indenture
  Charles Lynch
  John Lynch
  Christopher Lynch

March 1770 Recieved of Adam Clements one hundred pounds money the consideration money for the within granted Land & c.
  Charles Lynch
  John Lynch
  Christopher Lynch

At a Court held for Bedford County March 27th 1770
This Indenture and Memorandum of Livery of Seisen hereon Endorsed were acknowledged by Charles Lynch & Christopher Lynch and Ann the wife of the said Christopher she having been first privily Examined according to Law Relinquished her Right of Dower in and to the Land & premises Conveyed by this Indenture and at a Court held for the said County July 24th 1770 the same were acknowledged by John Lynch and ordered to be Recorded
Ben Howard C.B.C.

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