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This Deed proves the Bromfield Long married Elizabeth Mitchell, daughter of Thomas Mitchell. Source: Culpeper County Virginia Deed Abstracts 1795-1796 compiled by Ruth and Sam Sparacio; published 1996.

Deed Book S, p.333-334: on margin "Long to Stevens Dd 1799"

Whereas Thomas Mitchell did by his Last Will and Testament bequeath a certain Legacy to his Daughter, Elizabeth Mitchell, who hath since intermarried with Bromfield Long of Culpeper County, and whereas Bromfield Long hath sold and disposed of the Legacy to Edward Stevens of County of Culpeper;

Now this Indenture Witnessth that Bromfield Long doth sell and convey to Edward Stevens and hs heirs &c all the right title and interest which Bromfield Long hath to the Legacy under the aforesaid Will, and Bromfield Long doth by these presents acknowledge the receipt of one hundred dollars as full consideration from Edward Stevens for the right and title which Bromfield hast by these presents conveyed to Edward Stevens, In witness whereof Bromfield Long hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal this 7th day of January 1796.

Sealed and delivered in the presence of:

James Branham

Bromfield Long, Senr

Henry Fry Junr
Ph: Lightfoot Jr
Charles Tutt

Know all men by these presents that I Bromfield Long of County of Culpeper for a security to Edward Steven's recovery of the Legacy the right and title to which I have within conveyed in bar of any claim or claims by an person, I do hereby bind myself my heirs to Edward Stevens his heirs in the sum of Six hundred and seventy Dollars to be paid to Edward Stevens his heirs if Edward Stevens his heirs shall at any time by reason of any claim against the Legacy so that they deprive Edward Stevens or his heirs &c of a legal recovery and sweet enjoyment and possession of the Legacy; In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 7th day of January 1796.

Sealed and delivered in presence of

Henry Fry Junr

Bromfield Long

James Branham
Ph: Lightfoot Jr
Charles Tutt

At a Court held for Culpeper County the 18th day of January 1796 This writing from Bromfield Long Senr to Edward Stevens was proved by the Oaths of James Branham,Henry Fry Junr and Philip Lightfoot.

Witness thereto and ordered to be recorded

Test

John Jameson Cl Cur