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

Deed James BROWN to Adam CLEMENT, 1 Jan 1780
Bedford County, VA, Deed Book 6, 1778-1780,
pp. 428-429
Transcript by Marna L. Clemons, 3 October 2001

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  This Indenture made this first day of January in the Year of our Lord one Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty Between James Brown of Botetourt County of the one Part and Adam Clement of Bedford County of the other Part Witnesseth that the sd. James Brown hath for and in Consideration of the sumof Two Thousand Three Hundred and Seventy one Pound Ten Shillings Currt. Money of Virginia to him in hand paid the Receipt whereof he Doth hereby acknowledge Given granted Bargained Sold Enfeoff'd and by these Presents Confirmd unto the sd. Adam Clement one Certain Tract or Parcel of Land Containing Two Hundred and Seventy Nine Acres, being part of Eleven Hundred and Sixteen acres of Land left by John Johnson Dec.d to the Children of James Brown of Hanover County in Bedford County being on the head waters of Beaver Creek and Bounded as followeth Viz Beginning on the main New London Road on the old Line thence along the old Line S 6. E 120. Poles to Corner Pine being also the said Clements Corner thence along his line N. 88. E. 380 Poles to his Corner Pointers thence along the old line N. 54 Poles to Pointers on Kyltons Line thence along Keyltons Lines S 68. W. 20 Poles to his Corner Pointers N 31 W. 142 Poles Crossing the said Road to Pointers on the Hillside Just over a Small Branch thence the Dividing Line S 58. W 90. Poles to Pointers on the main New London Road aforesaid and up the said Road as it meanders to the first Station being Inclusive of John Thompson Browns part of the said Eleven Hundred and Sixteen acres which he the said James Brown is empowered to Convey Together with all woods ways Waters Profits Easments and Commodities Hereditaments or appurtenances to the same Belonging or in any wise appertaining To have and to Hold the sd. Tract of Land with all the Priviledges thereunto Belonging To the only Proper use and Behoof of him the sd. Adam Clement his Heirs and Assigns forever and farther the sd. James Brown Doth Warrant and defend from all Persons Laying any Claim the sd. Land and Premises unto the sd. Adam Clement his Heirs and Assigns forever in Confirmation whereof the sd. James Brown hath set his hand and affixed his Seal the day and year above Written
Signd Sealed & Delivered } James Brown L.S.
In presence of }  
Richard Stith Joseph Anthony Saml Hairston John Forbes John Wily

Memorandum that on the Day & Year within Written Livery of Seisen was given by the within named James Brown to the within named Adam Clement quietly Peacebly to Posses the within Lands & Premises according to this Indenture
In presence of   James Brown
Richard Stith Joseph Anthony John Forbes Saml. Hairston John Wily

Recd. of Adam Clement Two Thousand Three Hundred & Seventy one Pounds Ten Shillings Curr. Money the Consideration for the within granted Land
Teste Jany 1st 1780 James Brown
Richard Stith Joseph Anthony John Forbes Saml. Hairston John Wily

At a Court held for Bedford County February 28th 1780
This Indenture together with the Memorandum of Livery of Seisen and receipt thereon Indorsed were Proved by the Oaths of Richard Stith and John Forbes And at a Court held for said County the Twenty second Day of May following the same were further Proved by the Oath of Samuel Hairston and Ordered to be Recorded
J. Steptoe C. C.

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