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


 
Land Office Patent to Isaac CLEMENT and Thomas
     DILLARD, 20 Jun 1772
Virginia Land Office Patents No. 40, 1771-1772, pp. 728-729
Transcript by Marna L. Clemons, 5 November 2001

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  George the third & c. To al & c. Know ye that for divers good Causes & Considerations but more Especially for and in Consideration of the Sum on One Pound five shillings of good & Lawful Money for our use paid to our Receiver General of Revenues in this our Colony & Dominion of Virginia We have given Granted & Confirmed & by these Presents for us our Heirs & Successors Do give Grant and Confirm unto Isaac Clement & Thomas Dillard one Certain Tract or Parcel of Land containing Two hundred and fourteen acres lying & being in the County of Pittsylvania on both sides of Reedy Creek & bounded as followeth, to wit, Beginning at a Pine in Jonathan Jennings Line thence new Lines South eighteen & a half degrees East ninety six & a half Poles to a Pine South eight degrees West one hundred & four poles to Pointers in Cockrans Line thence along his Line North seventy seven degrees East eighty two poles crossing the Creek to a Pine in his Line thence new Lines North Ten degrees East one hundred & twenty four & an half poles crossing a Branch to Pointers North thirty seven degrees East eighty eight poles crossing a branch to a pine on a hill thence North twenty eight Degrees West one hundred & eighty four poles crossing the great branch to a Pine South eighty degrees West forty six Poles to a Pine in Jennings's Line thence on his lines South twenty degrees East eighty eight Poles crossing the aforesaid great branch to his Corner & thence South seventy degrees West seventy four Poles crossing Reedy Creek to the first Station With all & c. To have hold & c. To be held & c. Yielding & paying & c. Provided & c. In Witness & c. Witness our trusty & welbeloved John Earl of Dunmore and Lieutenant Governor General of our said Colony and Dominion at Williamsburg under the Seal of our said Colony the twentieth day of June one thousand seven hundred & seventy two & the twelfth year of our Reign.
    Dunmore

[Note: Pittsylvania County, VA, Deed Book 3, pp. 263-264 records that Isaac CLEMENT and Thomas DILLARD subsequently sold the land acquired by the above patent to Jesse ABSTON on 1 Jan 1773.]



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