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


 
Deed Thomas DILLARD to Isaac CLEMENTS, 30 Jul 1779
Pittsylvania County, VA, Deed Book 5, pages 219-221
Transcript by Marna L. Clemons, 6 September 2001

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  This Indenture Made this 30 day of July ano y Domino one thousand seven hundred seventy and nine Between Thomas Dillard and martha his wife of the County of Pittsylvania of the one part and Isaac Clements of the same County of the other part Witnesseth that the said Tho. Dillard for and in Consideration of the sum of two hundred Pounds Current money of Virginia in hand paid by the said Isaac Clements at and before the Insealing and Delivery of these Presents the reciept whereof the said Thomas Dillard doth hereby acknowledge and the said Isaac Clements and his heirs therefrom acquitt Exonerate and Descharge hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth grant bargain sell alienfeeof and confirm unto the said Isaac Clements his heirs or assigns all all my right and title to that tract or parcell of Land containing by estimation Five hundred and thirty three acres or the same more or Less situate Lying and being in the County of Pittsylvania on both sides the north and south fork of Sycamore Sycamore Creek and bounded as followeth, Begining at a pine at James Callaways corner thence new line south Eleven east one hundred and twenty one poles to pointers in the old line thence along the said old line north seventy five east one hundred and fifty seven poles to a Line north sixty two degrees east one hundred and forty poles to a pine south forty five east two hundred and twelve poles crossing two branches to a read oak south Twenty degrees east one hundred poles to a read oak south seventy degrees east sixty Poles Crossing the south fork to pine north ten degrees west eighty poles to a small pine north twenty five Degrees east eighty poles Crossing a branch Just above its fork to a white oak north forty five degrees east thirty Poles to Pointers north twenty Degrees east sixty six poles Crossing sycamore creek Just below the fork to a pine north sixty seven west one hundred and eight poles to a pine south sixty two degrees west two hundred and eighty two poles to Pointers south seventy eight Degr. west seventy poles to the begining together with all and singular the houses Buildings Fences orchards woods ways water and watercourses to the said Land belonging or in any wise appertaining with all the estate right title uce Property claime or demand of him the said Thomas Dillard and his heirs unto the said Isaac Clements his heirs or assigns may at any time hereafter enter into and upon have whole use occupy Possess and enjoy the said Land and Premises hereby granted without the Denial Molestation or disturbance of him the said Thomas Dillard and his heirs and further the said Dillard undertakes for himself and his heirs that at any time hereafter at the Request proper Cost and harge in the Law of him the said clement that they will make and execute or cause to be made and executed such further or other reasonable acts of Conveyance orassurances as shall be adjudged reasonabl for the Quiet Injoyment of the above granted Land & premises In Witness whereof the sd. Tho. Dillard has hereunto set his hand and seal the day & year above Written
Signed sealed and Delivered Tho.s Dillard L.S.
In Presents of us  
Crispin Shelton
John Buckley
William Easley
James Roberts
Jos. Akin

Received this 30 day of July 1779 of Isaac Clement two hundred pounts Curt money of Virginia in full consideration of the within mentioned granted land and premises Witness my hand the day and year above Written
Witness Crispin Shelton Tho.s Dillard
John Buckley  
James Roberts
William Esley
Jos. Akin

Memorandum that on the 30 day of July Quiet and Peacable Possession of Livery and seizen was had Joyntly by the within named Tho.s Dillard and the within mentioned Isaac Clement and by the within named Tho.s Dillard delivered to the sd. Isaac Clement according to the Intent of the within Written Deed wittness Certified under my hand the day and year above
Witness Tho.s Dillard
Crispin Shelton  
John Buckley
James Roberts
Willaim Easley
Jos. Akin

[Note: Virginia Land Office Patents No. 38, 1768-1770, pp. 685-686 records that Thomas DILLARD Jr. and Isaac CLEMENT acquired the land conveyed in the above deed by patent dated 14 Jul 1769.]



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