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


 
Deed DILLARD & CLEMENT to Jesse ABSTON,
     dated 1 Jan 1773

Pittsylvania County, VA, Deed Book 3, pp. 263-264
Transcript by Marna L. Clemons, 10 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 Seventy three Between Jesse Abston of the County of Bedford of the one part and Thomas Dillard Jr. and Martha his wife and Isaac Clement and Ann his wife of the County of Pittsylvania of the other part Witnesseth that the said Dillard and Clements for and in consideration of the Sum of fifty Pounds current money of Virginia in hand paid by the said Jesse Abston the Receipt whereof they the said Dillard & Clements doth hereby acknowledge and the said Jesse Abston and his Heirs therefrom acquitt Exonerate and Discharge hath Granted Bargained and Sold and by these presents doth Grant Bargain Sell alien feeof and confirm unto the said Jesse Abston his Heirs or assigns all that Tract or parcel of land lying and being in the County of Pittsylvania and on both Sides of Ready Creek Containing by Estimation Two hundred and fourteen acres be the same more or less it further being had to the said Pattent baring date the Twentieth day of June One thousand Seven hundred and Seventy two the Curses will fully appear Together with all and Singular the Houses Buildings fences Orchards Wods Ways Waters meadows feedings and all other profits and advantages that is Given by the said Pattent to the said Jesse Abston his Hiers or assigns from us our Heirs & c. and that the said Jesse Abston and his Heirs or assigns may at any time hereafter enter into and upon have hold use occupy possess and Injoy the said Land and premises without the Demand Molestation or Disturbance of them the said Thomas Dillard Jr. and Isaac Clements and Each of their Heirs and further the said Thomas Dillard and the the said Isaac Clements undertake for themselves and their Heirs that at any time hereafter at the Request and proper costs and Charge of the Law of him the said Jesse Abston that they or their Heirs will make or Execute or Cause to be made and Executed Such further or other Reasonable acts of Conveyance or assurances as Shall be adjudged Necessary for the Quiet Injoyment of the above mentioned Granted Land and Premises In Witness whereof the said Thomas Dillard Jr. and Isaac Clements have hereunto Set our hand and Seals the day and year first above Written
Signed Sealed & Delivd. }  
In presents of us } Thomas Dillard jr. L.S.
George Murdock William Todd   Isaac Clement L.S.
Spencer Shelton Crispen Shelton    
Abraham Shelton    

Received of Jessey Abston fifty Pounds Current money of Virginia it being full Consideration for the within Mentioned Granted Land and Premises Witness our hand this 1 Day of Jany. 1773
Test    
George Murdock William Todd   Thomas Dillard jr.
Spencer Shelton Crispen Shelton   Isaac Clement
Abraham Shelton    

Memorandum That on the 1th Day of Jany 1773 quiet and Peaceable Possession of Livery and Seizen was had and Taken by the within Named Thomas Dillard jr. and Isaac Clement and by them Delivered to the within Named Jesse Abston according to the form and Intent of the within Written Deed
Test   Thomas Dillard jr.
George Murdock William Todd   Isaac Clement
Spencer Shelton Crispen Shelton Abra. Shelton    

At a Court held for Pittsylvania County of the 21th Day of May 1773
This Indenture together with the Memorandum of livery and Seizen and Receipt hereon Indorsed was acknowledged by the above Named Thomas Dillard jr. and Issac Clement to be their Respective acts and Deed and Ann wife of the said Isaac being privily Examined as the Law directs Relinquished her right of Dower in and to the above Granted land and Premises all which was Ordered to be Recorded By the Court
 
Test
Will Tunstall Cl

[Note: Virginia Land Office Patents No. 40, 1771-1772, pp. 728-729 records that Isaac CLEMENT and Thomas DILLARD acquired the land conveyed by the above deed by patent dated 20 Jun 1772.]



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