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


 
Deed Adam CLEMENT to Alexander and George W.
     CLEMENT, dated 16 Oct 1811
Pittsylvania County, VA, Deed Book 17, pages 401-403
Transcript by Marna L. Clemons, 3 September 2001

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This Indenture made and entered into this Sixteenth day of October in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred and eleven between Adam Clement and Agness his wife of the County of Campbell of the one part and George Washington Clement of Pittsylvania County and Alexander Clement of Campbell County of the other part Witnesseth that the said Adam Clement and Agness his wife for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which they have for their Children before named the said George Washington Clement and Alexander Clement and also the sum of five Shillngs Current money to them in hand paid the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge have given granted bargained sold aliened confirmed and by these presents do give grant bargain sell alien Confirm and deliver unto the said George Washington Clement and Alexander Clement two certain tracts or parcels of land lying and being in the County of Pittsylvania Containing in the whole one thousand and five acres be the same more or less (to wit) by patent Issued to Issac and Adam Clement for three hundred and twenty five acres bearing date the first day of September Seventeen hundred and eighty two, and bounded as follows, to wit Begining at a Spanish oak on Stanton River hence S. 50. W 20 to a red oak S. 43 W 2 po. to a pine. S 86 W. 42 po to a pine S. 71 W. 40 poles to a pine S 20 W 30 po. to a white oak S. 30. W 63 po. crossing a branch of the road to pointers in Clements old line, and thence along Joshua Abstons line N. 84 W 248 po. to a white oak in Clements old patent line, and thence with the same. S 47. W. 12 po. to a white oak N. 35 W. 26 po. to a red oak. N. 9 E. 82 po. to a pine E. 10 po. to a red oak N. 1. E 60 po to Holloways Corner pine, on his line N. 10 W 38 po. to a hickory on Sycamore Creek. thence down said Creek as it meanders to Ralph Smiths Corner on said Creek and thence on his line N. 35 E 74 po. to a white oak in Clements old line thence with the same N 33 E 22 po. to a hickory tree on the river aforesaid opposite the end of persimmon Island and thence down the said river as it meanders to the begining, and the other tract by patent also granted to Isaac and Adam Clement for six hund and thirty acres bearing date the fifteenth day of may in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty four and bounded as followeth, to wit, Begining at Richard Thurmans corner pine thence his line N 85. E. 100 po to a pine N. 62 E 102 po Crossing a branch to a pine S 33 E. 128 po. to a red oak on Painter branch and down the same as meanders to pointers in Thurmans old line, thence along the same N 63 E 24 po crossing Red Creek to a pine new lines N 30 W 66 po. to a pine N 71 W 10 poles crossing the Creek to pointers in Adams's line with his lines S 86. W 37 po. to a red oak N 1 E 40 po. to a pine N 41 1/2 W 60 poles crossing long branch to a pine new lines N 50 W 1 1/8 po Crossing a branch to a pine N16 W 82 po to pointers N 12 E 158 po to pine N 22 W 80 po. to a beech on Stanton River and up the river as it meanders 14 po to Isaac and Adam Clements Corner Spanish oak thence off on their lines S 50 W 20 po. to a red oak S 43 W 28 po. to a pine S 64 W112 po to a pine S 71 W 40 po to a pine S 20 W 38 po to a white oak. S 30 W 160 po Crossing a branch and the road to a pine then in Joshua Abstons line S 38 po to a pine S 55 W 136 poles to a pine in Thomas Robertson's line S 45 E 46 po to pointers thence lines N 85 E 174 po to a pine S 19 E 40 po to a pine S 39 E 9 po les to the begining To have and to hold the aforesaid tracts or parcels of land together with all and Singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining to them the said George Washington Clement and Alexander Clement and their heirs and assigns forever and the said Adam Clement and Agnes his wife will forever Warrant and Defend the right and title of the aforesaid tracts or parcels of land with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining against themselves, theri heirs or assigns or any person or persons whatsoever Claiming under by or through them, unto the aforesaid George Washington Clement and Alexander Clement their heirs or assigns forever In Witness whereof the said Adam Clement and Agness his wife have hereunto set their hands and affixed their Seals the day and year first above Written
Witness} the words "S 50. W 20 to a red oak in the 22nd line interlined before assigned}                                      Adam Clement
Anselm Lynch, Adam Clement Junr.         Agness Clement
Benjamin Clement

At a Court of Quarterly Sessions held for Campbell County at the Court house thereof on Monday the 11th day of November 1811. This Indenture was proved by the oaths of Anselm Lynch, Adam Clement Junr. and Benjamin Clement Witnesses thereto and the same was ordered to be certified to the County Court of Pittsylvania there to be admitted to Record
                                                      Teste
                                                                R. Alexander C. C. C.

At a Court held for Pittsylvania County the 19 of November 1811
This Indenture from Adam Clement and Agness his wife to George Washington Clement and Alexander Clement was presented in Court and with a Certificate of the proof thereof in the County Court of Campbell thereon endorsed, ordered to be Recorded
                                                          Teste
                                                                  Will Tunstall C. C.



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