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


 
Deed John Abston to Stephen CLEMENTS, 15 Feb 1760
Bedford County, VA, Deed Book 1, 1754-1762, pp. 250-252
Transcript by Marna L. Clemons, 9 October 2001

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  This Indenture made the fifteenth day of February anoye Domini one thousand seven Hundred & Sixty Between John Abston of the County of Bedford of the one part & Stephen Clements of the same County of the other part Witnesseth that the said John Abston for & in Consideration of the sum of fifteen Pounds ten Shillings Current Money by the said Stephen Clement to the said John Abston in hand paid and before the Ensealing & Delivery of these presents the Receipt whereof the said John Abston doth hereby acknowledge to the said Stephen Clements his Heirs and Assigns thereof and therefore doth hereby forever aquit Exonerate & Discharge hath granted bargain'd & sold and by these Presents doth grant bargain Elien feof and Confirm unto the said Stephen Clements his Heirs and Assigns forever all that Tract or Parcel of Land Containing by Estimation fifty Acres be the same more or Less Situate Lying & being in the County of Bedford and bounded as Followeth , to wit, Begining at Pollards Corner Poplar on the West bank of the said River thence along his Line North forty Eight Degrees West twenty four Poles to a Red oake thence New lines South forty seven Degrees West Forty two Poles to a Red oak South sixty five Degrees West eighty four Poles to a Pine South seven Degrees West sixty five poles to a Red oake thence New Lines East Crossing the said Otter River to a Hickory on the old Line thence along the said Line twety three Poles to a small white oak North twenty three Degrees West twelve Poles to a Small Dogwood North Twenty seven Degrees East twenty two Poles to a maple on Otter River aforesaid and thence up the same as it Meanders Crossing to the first Station together with all and Singular the Houses Buildings Fences Orchards Woods Underwoods ways waters Meadows Feedings and all Other Benefits and Advantages whatsoever to the said Land belong or in any wise appertaing and all the Estate Right Title Interest Use Property Reversion clame or Demand of the said John Abston of in or to the same or any Part or Parcel thereof to have and to Hold the said one Fifty acres Land be the same More or Less with all and every its appertenances to the said Stephen Clements his Heirs and Assigns forever to the only Proper Use and Behoof of him the said Stephen Clement his Heirs and Assigns forever and to no Other use Interest or Purpose Whatsoever and the said John Abston for himself and his Heirs do Covenant & agree to and with the said Stephen Clement that the said John Abston shall and Will Warrant and forever Defend the said Land and Premises Hereby Granted unto the said Stephen Clement and his Heirs against the Clame or Demand of all and every Person or Person or Persons Whatsoever and the said Stephen Clement his Heirs and Assigns foever Hereafter freely Peaceably and Quietly Enter into and apon have Whole use Occupy Possess and Enjoy the said Land & Premises hereby Granted without the lawful Suit Let Troble Denial Molestation or Disturblance of them the said John Abston He or his Heirs or Assigns or any other Person or Persons Whatsoever and also that the said John Abston shall & Will at any time Hereafter at the Request & Proper costs & and Charge in the Law of him the said Stephen Clement his Heirs and Assigns Make & Execute or Cause to be Made Executed such further or other Lawfull and Reasonable Acts and Conveyances & Apurances Whatsoever as shall be Adjudged nessesary for the Quiet Enjoyment of the above mentioned Land and Premises to the said Stephen Clement his Heirs and Assigns forever In Witness whereof the said John Abston have hereunto set his Hand & Seal the Day & Year above written
John Abston L. S.
Sealed & Delivered in Presence of John Phelps  Benj.a Clements  Gross Scruggs

Memorandum that on the within mentioned Day and year peaceable Possession of Livery & Syson was made by the within named John Abston to the within Stephen Clement to him and his Heirs forever In Witness whereof the said John Abston hs hereunto set his Hand and Seal the day & year first within Written
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John Phelps Benj.a Clements John Abston

Received of Stephen Clement fifteen Pounds ten Shillings Current Money being the Consideration for the within Mentined Land Premises Witness my hand this fifteenth day of February Annoy Domine 1760 John Abston L.S.
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John Phelps Benj.a Clements John Abston

At a Court held for Bedford County Feby. 25th 1760
This Indenture and Memorandum of Livery of Seizen & Receipt thereon Indorsed were acknowledged by the said Jno. Abston to be his Acts & Deeds & Ordered to be Recorded
Teste Ben Howard CBC  
  Truly Recorded
 
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Ben Howard CBC



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