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


 
Deed of Partition, Sally CLEMENT et al, 25 Oct 1869
Pittsylvania County, VA, Deed Book 63, pages 404-407
Transcript by Marna L. Clemons, 22 October 2003

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This Deed of Partition made this day between Sally Clement widow of Doct George W Clement decd. Benjamin T. Clement Henry C. Clement Stephen F. Clement sons of said George W. Clement and Dryden Wright & J. Octavia his wife a daughter of said George W. Clement. Witnesseth that whereas the said George W. Clement having by his last will and testament duly admitted to record in the Clerks office of the County Court of Pittsylvania given certain lands mentioned in the [blank space] clause of said will to his widow and children above named, directly specified in said clause that the portion of land devised to the widow should be held by her during her life and at her death it was to be equally divided between the above named children and the said widow and children having agreed upon a division of said land among themselves adopting as a basis for said division a Map herewith filed as a part of this deed Marked " H H" which said division is as follows
To Mrs Sallie Clement widow of Doct. George W. Clement during her life Lot "A" containing Six hundred and Sixty acres and bounded as follows to wit. Beginning at a large Red Oak corner in Hubbard's line thence with his line So 87° E 81 poles crossing Turkey Cock creek to a Rock thence a new dividing line No 7 1/2° E 52 po crossing a branch to a red oak No 7 1/2° W 74 pls crossing a branch to a red Oak No 43 1/4 W 20 1/4 po to a red Oak So 88 1/4° W 68 po crossing the aforesaid creek to a black walnut No 75° W 50 po to a black gum No 61° W 196 po to pointers on top of the little Mountain No 34 1/2° W 37 po to a locust on the side of the Mountain in the old line and with it So 10° W 5 po to a red oak new fallen down So 50° W 64 po to pointers So 32° W 25 po to pointers So 10° W 52 po to a chestnut Oak So 16° W 106 po to pointers No 77° W 25 po to a black gum So 65° W 2 po to pointers thence off a dividing line So 18° E 101 po to a small red oak So 58° E 92 pocrossing Tyrees branch to ponters No 78° E 129 po chestnut tree S 81 1/2 E 67 po to a stake in the line No 7 1/2° E 85 po to a stake in the aforesaid Hubbards line and with it No 5° W 38 po to pointers in Tyrees branch No 37° W 15 po to the beginning upon which said lot the mansion house stands.  To Benjamin T. Clement Lot "B" containing Four hundred and twenty seven acres valued at two thousand five hundred and fifty two dollars lying on both sides of Turkey Cock Creek and bounded as follows to wit. "Beginning a white Oak in Walkers line thence off a new dividing line So 57 1/2° W 62 po crossing a branch to a black gum & chestnut So 85° W 80 po crossing a branch to a bunch of maples So 25 W 64 po crossing a branch to a red oak So 43 1/4° E 20 1/4 po to a red oak S 7 1/2° E 74 po crossing a branch to a red oak So7 1/2 W 52 po crossing a branch to a rock in Hubbards line and with it So 87° E 253 po crossing two branches to pointers in Walkers line No 67 1/2° W 139 po to the beginning To Stephen F Clement Lot "C" containing Five hundred and thirty acres valued at Three thousand one hundred and eighty dollars lying on both sides of Turkey Cock creek and bounded as follows to wit, Beginning at a white Oak in Walkers line thence with his lines N 67 1/2° W 23 po. to a brunch of Maples on a branch and down the same as it meanders No 37° W 56 po No 63° W 11 po No 34° W 29 po to its mouth thence up Turkey Cock creek So 71° W 7 po to a bunch of Willows thence off No 76° W 28 po to a corner rock No 21° E 37 po to a stake by Watkins fence (formerly pointers) No 10° W 52 po to a post oaks in Cobbs line So 58° W 36 po to a stake by said Clements fence No 87° W 58 po to pointers No 68° W 95 po to a large chestnutt Oak in Jas. Grants line So 14° W 105 po to a Red Oak No 75° W 112 po to a Maple Stump on a branch So 10 1/2° W 80 po to pointers So 50° W 26 po to a locust on the side of the Mountain thence a new dividing line So 34 1/2 E 37 po to pointers on top of the little Mountain So 61° E 196 po to a black gum So 75° E 50 to a black walnut on Turkey Cock Creek No 88 1/4° E 68 po crossing said creek to a red oak No 3° E 43 po to a red oak No 25° E 64 po crossing a branch to a bunch of Maples No 85° E 80 po crossing a branch to a black gum and chestnut No 57 1/2° E 62 po crossing a branch to the beginning. To Dryden Wright and J. Octavia his wife Lot "D" containing Six hundred acres of land valued at one thousand five hundred and thirty three dollars and bounded as follows to wit "Beginning at a Stake in Hubbards line (where formerly stood pointers) thence along a lane So 71 1/2° W 85 po to a stake No 81 1/2 W 67 po to a chestnut tree So 78° W 106 to two small red Oaks So 22° E 212 po crossing two branches to pointers on the road leading to swansons Mill So 23° W 55 po crossing a branch to a white oak on said road So 33° W 150 po to pointers So 57 W 49 po to pointers in Swansons line and with it So 21° E 29 po to pointers So 72 1/4° E 220 po to a stake in said Swansons field No 15° E 445 po crossing four branches to pointers in Hubbard's line (formerly a corner white oak) with it No 11° E 34 po crossing a branch to a stake (where formerly stood a black gum) No 14° W 70 po to the beginning And to Henry C. Clement Lot "E" containing Eight hundred and three acres of land valued at One thousand six hundred and eighty five dollars and bounded as follows to wit "Beginning at two small red Oaks in the dividing line of Mrs. Clements lot thence with that line So 78° W 23 po to pointers No 58° W 92 po crossing Tyrees branch to a small red Oak No 18° W 101 po to pointers in the old line on the mountain So 65° W 43 po crossing Tyrees branch to pointers So 12° W 26 po to a locust (now fallen down) So 60° W 135 po crossing a branch to a chestnut Oak So 47° W 124 po to a chestnut Oak So 30° W 20 po to pointers So 5° E 20 po to pointers So 23 1/2° E 60 po to a black gum So 81 1/2° E 18 po to three chestnut Oaks in Austin's line No 28° E 51 po crossing a branch to pointers (formerly a corner Spanish Oak) So 63° E 174 po crossing a branch to pointers So 1° W 250 po to pointers near Jims branch (where formerly stood a corner white oak) in Swansons line, with it No 69 1/2° E 108 po crossing a branch to pointers thence a new dividing line No 57° E 49 po crossing the road to pointers No 33° E 150 po to a white oak in said road No 23° E 55 po crossing a branch to pointers on said road No 22° W 212 po crossing two branches to the beginning. Now therefore the said Benjamin T Clement Stephen F Clement Dryden Wright & J Octavia his wife and Henry C. Clement hereby give grant bargain sell and convey to the said Sally Clement for and during her natural life six hundred and sixty acres of land above described as Lot "A" and at her death the same is to be equally divided or sold and the proceeds divided between the said Benjamin T. Clement Stephen F. Clement Dryden Wright & wife and Henry C. Clement. (2) And the said Sally Clement Stephen F Clement, Dryden Wright & J Octavia his wife and Henry C. Clement hereby give grant, bargain sell and convey to the said Benjamin T Clement all their right title interest and claim in and to the four hundred and twenty seven acres of land above described as Lot "B" to him & his heirs forever. (3) And the said Sally Clement Benjamin T Clement Dryden Wright and J. Octavia his wife and Henry C. Clement hereby give grant bargain sell and convey to the said Stephen F Clement all their right title interest and claim in and to the five hundred and thrity acres of land above described as Lot "C" to him and his heirs forever. (4) And the said Sally Clement, Benjamin T Clement Stephen F. Clement and Henry C. Clement hereby give grant bargain sell and convey to the said Dryden Wright and J. Octavia his wife all their right title interest and claim in and to the six hundred acres of land above described as Lot "D" to them and their heirs forever. (5) And the said Sally Clement Benjamin T. Clement Stephen F. Clement and Dryden Wright and J. Octavia his wife hereby give grant bargain sell and convey to the said Henry C. Clement all their right title interest and claim in and to the eight hundred and three acres of land above described as Lot "E" to him and his heirs forever. It is further understood and agreed that the said Benjamin T Clement is to pay to the said Henry C. Clement the sum of three hundred and fourteen dollars and fifty cents and that the said Stephen F Clement is to pay said Henry C. Clement two hundred and thirty eight dollars to make the said Henry C. Clement equal in a division of said land and that the said Stephen F. Clement is also to pay Dryden Wright and J. Octavia his wife seven Hundred and four dollars and fifty cents to make said Wright & wife equal in a division of said land. In testimony whereof the said parties here to subscribe their names & affix their seals this the 25" day of October 1860

  Sally Clement {seal}
  Benjamin T. Clement {seal}
  Sallie J. Clement {seal}
  Henry C. Clement {seal}
  Harriet Clement {seal}
  Dryden Wright {seal}
  J Octavia Wright {seal}
  Stephen F Clement {seal}

Virginia Pittsylvania County to wit
We William F Gardner and Green J. Townsend Justices of the Peace for the County and state aforesaid do certify that Sallie Clement Benjamin T Clement Henry C. Clement Stephen F Clement and Dryden Wright whose names are signed to the above writing bearing date 25" October 1869 have acknowledged the same before us in our County aforesaid. Given under our hands this 25" day October 1869
  Green J. Townsend JP
  W. F Gardner J.P

Virginia Pittsylvania County to wit
We William F Gardner and Green J. Townsend Justices of the Peace for the County and state aforesaid do certify that Sallie J. Clement the wife of Benjamin T. Clement whose names are signed to the above writing bearing date October 25" 1869 personally appeared before us in the County aforesaid and being examined by us privilly & apart from her husband and having the writing aforesaid fully explained to he she the said Sallie J. Clement acknowledged the said writing to be her act and declared that she had willingly executed the same and does not wish to retact it.
Given under our hands this 25" October 1869
  W F Gardner JP
  Green J. Townsend JP.

Virginia Pittsylvania County to wit
We William F Gardner and Green J. Townsend Justices of the Peace for the County and State aforesaid do certify that Harriett Clement the wife of Henry C. Clement whose names are signed to the above writing bearing date October 25" 1869 personally appeared before us in the County aforesaid and being examined by us privilly & apart from her husband and having the writing aforesaid fully explained to her she the said Harriett Clement acknowledged the said writing to be her act and declared that she had willingly executed the same and does not wish to retract it. Given under our hands this 25" October 1869
  W F Gardner JP
  Green J. Townsend JP

Virginia Pittsylvania County to wit
We Wm F Gardner and Green J. Townsend Justices of the Peace for the County & State aforesaid do certify that J. Octavia Wright the wife of Dryden Wright whose name is signed to the foregoing deed of partition bearing date on the 25" day of October 1869 personally appeared before us in the County & State aforesaid and being examined by us privilly & apart from her husband and having the writing aforesaid fully explained to her she the said J. Octavia Wright acknowledged the said writing to be her act & declared that she had willingly executed the same and does not wish to retract it. Given under our hands this the 25" day of Oct 1869
  W F Gardner JP
  Green J. Townsend JP

In the Clerks Office of the County Court of Pittsylvania County on the 1st day of December 1869. The foregoing writing was admitted to record upon the certificates of acknowledgedgment thereto annexed. and I do certify that thirteen dollars Fifty cents in Revenue Stamps has been placed on said writing according to law
  Teste L Scruggs


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