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Currituck County, North Carolina
Deed Book 6 (1788-1793)

[At the beginning of this deed book the following is written: "Page the 1st Book No. 9 Contains all the Conveyances from December Term 1788 untill Sept. the 18th 1793"]

[Deed Book 6, pg. 1] Oct. 31, 1788 - I Thomas BARNARD for and in consideration of the sum of £8  paid to me by Griffith GREGORY SEN. for a certain messuage of land containing 2 acres of land. Witness: S. FEREBEE, Samuel BARNARD; Registered June 17, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 1] Sept. 13, 1788 - I Jonathan LINDSEY am held & firmly bound to William RUSSELL in the full & just some of £1000. The condition of the obligation is such that from this day above mentioned take to his One house and plantation his Mother Susannah RUSSELL & her support & keep during her life free & clear from all Labour or any kind of hard ships whatsoever. She not to be interrupted in her one bed nor with a binding overture against his will during her life but them kept in good order he the said LINDSEY finding her a suffeancey of good & credible cloaths during term above mentioned without ever looking to William RUSSELL for any kind of support whatsoever of any or during his Mothers natural life then & in that case the above obligation is to be void.  Witness Nathan HALL, T. SANDERSON, Gameal WRIGHT.  N.B. the afsd. Jonathan LINDSEY is to not suffer his Mother Susannah RUSSELL to run the afsd. RUSSELL in debt during her nateriel life.  Registered June 17, 1789.  NOTE:  N.B. stands for nota bene, meaning note well (take notice)

[Deed Book 6, pg. 2] Oct. 29, 1788 - Whereas a certain William GOODMAN was seized of a tract of land by the Proprietor of North Carolina patent now lying in Cumberland County & State of North Carolina which said land by the death of William GOODMAN fell by law to his Sisters Mary, Uphan, Elizabeth & Frances containing 3840 acres, 960 of which falls to Mary & her husband Benjamin MORSE. I Benjamin MORSE & Mary my wife for and in consideration of the sum £35 paid to me by Edward WOOLRIDGE for 600 acres of the above mentioned land.  Witness: John WALKER, John HAYMAN, Silas BRIGHT ; Registered June 18, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 2] Sept. 17, 1788 - I Richard STANLEY for and in consideration of the sum of £16 paid to me by Thomas STANLEY for a tract of land situated on Indian Ridge beginning at Timothy ETHERIDGEs corner Mitchael DAUGEs line running South along ETHERIDGE line then East across the field to Caleb PARRs line North along PARRs line to Mitchael DAUGEs line West along DAUGEs line to the first station. Being part of that tract of land whereon Richard STANLEY now lives containing 4 acres.  Witness: Wm. FEREBEE, Mary KANNER?; Registered June 18, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 3] Nov. 3, 1788 - Thomas MERCER & Phebee his Wife for and in consideration of the sum of £100 paid to me by Luke BARNARD for a messuage of land near Indian Ridge beginning in Timothy ETHERIDGEs line with his line a near West course to Caleb PARRs corner thence North to Willoby DAUGEs line various courses to the first station containing 40 acres. Witness Timothy ETHERIDGE, Wm. FEREBEE ; Registered June 18, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 3] April 7, 1788 - I Thomas BERNARD for the sum of £12  paid to me by Jesse SANDERSON for a certain parcel of land lying on Currituck Sound being a piece of land that formerly was in Dispute between Carter BERNARD & Benjamin SANDERSON. Beginning various courses to an Eastwedly course through a point of the Plantation that Benjamin SANDERSON deceased formerly lived on through the aple orchard a strate course to a pine stump that William STELINGS youst to lock or faton his cano to & cut a small ditch to bring his cano to then Easterdly to the Sound side thence South corse binding on the Sound side to the old patent line a division line between the LURRIS various courses to a yopon nursery that Benjamin SANDERSON formerly lived to the first station containing 6 acres.   Witness Thomas HEATH, Juleann HEATH; Registered June 18, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 4] Nov. 6, 1788 - I Thomas KING of Chowan County for the sum of £500 paid to me by Francis WILLIAMSON for a tract of land. Beginning at the mouth of Moyock Creek running up Moyock Creek various courses to the mouth of Dam Bridge Creek up said Creek to the Dam Bridge along the high way to the edge of the Plantation I bought of Simeon JARVES North East to a line of marked trees which divides my land from Lamuel WILSON to the North West River up the River to the mouth of Moyock Creek containing 300 acres. Witness J. WILLIAMSON, Willoughby BROOKS; Registered June 18, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 5] Sept. 15, 1788 - I Thomas CURLING & Suffiah my Wife for the sum of £7 paid to me by Lettisha BELL for one certain parcel of land beginning various courses to Jesse SIMMONS line running down his line to a corner between Lettisha BELL & Jesse SIMMONS along BELLS line to the first station containing 7 acres. Witness Thos. YOUNGHUSBAND, Horasha FOREHAND; Registered June 19, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 5-6] Nov. 1788 - I Alexander Legrand WHITEHALL Esq. Sheriff did sell at Publick Sail the land & Tenaments of John GIBBONS deceased to raise a certain sum of money obtained by Asa BATES by a decree of the Court against the deceased Estate. By virtue of this execution the Sheriff did sell a life property which GIBBONS held in a piece of land lying on Powels Point for and during the natural life of Elizabeth SIMSON formerly the Wife of William GIBBONS deceased which life property contains One Third part of all the lands William GIBBONS possessed. Alexander Legrand WHITEHALL as Sheriff did for the sum of £12 10 Shillings sell and convey to Spence HALL SEN. all that property which John GIBBONS deceased held in the lands of William GIBBONS deceased.   Witness Wm. FEREBEE, Solen PERKINS; Registered June 20, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 6] Dec. 10, 1787 - We Charles & Demsey HUNT of Roanoke Island for the sum of £12 paid to us by Solomon ASHBEE Mariner, for One sartain parsel of land. Beginning on Solomon ASHBEE corner line running the corse of ASHBEE & BEASLEY’S line to Jacob BEASLEY dec’d corner then to the head of Broad Creek then North to Northeast edge of Gum Swamp to Mr. JOHNSTON’S line then joining Johnston’s line to the first station being 100 acres. Witness Jacob BEASLEY, Stephen FLETCHER; Registered June 20, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 6] Oct. 3, 1788 - I Cornelius GLASGOW do appoint and ordain William WALTON my true and lawfull Attorney for me in my name and to my use to ask demand recover or receive that that is justly indebted to me or my Estate. I give him full power and authority to make persue and follow any legall courses necessary as I myself might or do. Witness Isaac WALTON, John PERRY; Registered May 11, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 7] Oct. 9, 1716 - I John L. CARTERATT & the rest of the Proprietors of Carolina doe give & grant unto Colo. William REED 202 acres & 20 poles of land on the Sandy Banks of Cape Hatterass. Beginning at a small Creek in Lambards Marsh various courses to the Sea Side at Cape Point Sea Side various courses to the first station. Being due for the importation of One person for every 50 acres as appears upon record underneath this patent. Yielding and paying unto us yearly the yearly rent or fee of One Shilling for every 50 acres. Provided that if William REED Doe Not seat and plant thereon within 3 Years after the date hereof then this patent to be void. Witness Charles EDEN Esq. Governor.

I Colo. William REED do assign over all my Right, Title & Interest in this within Patent to Hezekiah FARROW of Cape Hatterass. Oct. 1, 1726.  Witness David LINSEY.  This assignment was by Mr. Job CARR attorney to Colo. William REED; Registered June 22, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 7-8] Dec. 20, 1716 - I John Lord CARTERIT and the rest of the Propritors of Carolina have granted unto Francis FARROW a tract of land containing 270 acres. Beginning at the mouth of Simpson’s Creek various courses to the Sea Side and thence to the first station. Being due for the Transportation of One person for every 50 acres as appears upon record underneath this patent. Yielding and paying unto us the yearly rent or fee of One Shilling for every 50 acres. Provided that if Francis FARROW Doe Not seat and plant thereon within 3 Years after the date hereof then this patent to be void. Witness Charles EDEN Esq. Governor.; Registered June 22, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 8] July 10, 1788 - No. 106 - I Samuel JOHNSTON Esq. for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted paid into our treasury by Joseph MAY have granted unto him a tract of land containing 307 ½ acres. Beginning at two small trees marked D.M. Edward DOUGHTY’S corner running East to George MAY dec’d line along his line various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying unto us such sums as our General Assembly may direct. Provided that Joseph MAY shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers office within 12 months from the date hereof.   Witness Samuel JOHNSTON Esq. Governor ; Registered June 22, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 8-9] July 10, 1788 - I Samuel JOHNSTON Esq. for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted paid into our treasury by George MAY have granted unto him a tract of land containing 640 acres of land. Beginning at LAMB’S North East corner thence North East to SWINDEL’S line various courses to the Camden County line as is now supposed thence East to LAMB’S corner thence to the first station. Yielding and paying unto us such sums as our General Assembly may direct. Provided that George MAY shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers office within 12 months from the date hereof.   Witness Samuel JOHNSTON Esq. Governor ; Registered June 22, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 9]  Jan. 28, 1788 - I Jonathan CAPPS & Venus my Wife of Princess Anne County Virginia for the sum of £25 paid to me by Kedar MORRISS for a certain tract of land containing 35 acres more or less lying in Tulls Creek. Beginning at a Creek running through the marsh Southerdly of the house to a corner post joining on John KINNUN’S land various courses binding on KINNUN’S land to the first station.  Witness Willis MORRIS, William CAPP, Dudley WHITEHEAD; Registered June 22, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 9-10]  Dec. 26, 1787 - I Samuel WALKER for the sum of £10 paid to me by Thomas WALKER for a parcel of land lying on Powels Poynt. Beginning at a corner in John  AYDELETT’S along his line to Michel WALKER’S line thence a North corse to Lamuel SIMMONS line along his line various courses to the first station containing 12 ½ acres. Witness Nathan Walker, Asa WALKER, Lamuel SIMMONS; Registered June 23, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 10]  Nov. 28, 1787 - I John AYDELOTT & Martha my Wife for the sum of £12 paid to me by Thomas WALKER for a parsel of land lying on Powels Point. Beginning at John P. ADAM’S corner South to John AYDLETT’S line along his line Easterly corse to Thomas WALKER’S line along his line Northeley corse to Lamuel SIMMONS line North along his line a Westerly corse to the first station containing 12 ½  acres.  Witness William MELSON, Samuel WALKER, Lamuel SIMMONS; Registered June 23, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 10-11]  Jan. 30, 1789 - I Thomas BARNARD for the sum of £60 5 Shillings paid to me by Spence HALL JUN. for a parsel of land lying on Powels Point. Beginning at Currituck Sound various courses to Sampson ETHERIDGE’S line down his line to Currituck Sound various courses to the first bounder containing 50 acres.  Witness William TATUM, Mickel WALKER; Registered June 23, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 11]  Mar. 2, 1787 - We Mary LURRY Widow of John LURRY deceased, Henry ABBOT & Miriam his Wife of Camden County, Malachi WILSON & Lydia his Wife of Norfolk County Virginia & John STEWART & Affie his Wife heir of Ann SNODEN Wife of William SNODEN JUN. deceased for the sum of £54 paid to us by Griffith DAUGE for a parcel of land. Beginning at Sam’s Run binding on Mary LURRY’S old plantation line an Easterly course to the Eastermost line of the Indian Patent, North binding on Indian line to William LURRY’S line West binding on William LURRY’S line to Sam’s Run thence Southerly to the first station containing 100 acres.  Witness Joseph FEREBEE, John LEWIS, William NEAVILL; Registered June 23, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 11-12]  Dec. 13, 1788 - I William PERKINS & Jean PERKINS for the sum of £220 in hard money paid to me by Elias DAUGE for a certain track of land on East Ridge containing 250 acres. Bounded South by Solomon COWELL West by James CHITTOM, Jolleff HOLSTEAD & Solomon COWELL North by John PERKINS East by the Swamp being the land & Plantation whereon I now live.  Witness Hilary SIMONS, Daniel LUFMAN; Registered June 23, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 12]  March 1788 - I Peter DAUGE of Camden County for the sum of £100 paid to me by George Day WEST for a certain parcel of land lying on Albemarle Sound on Powels Point. Adjoining  Samson ETHERIDGE land his corner tree thence to the main road thence Northwesterly to Zorobel HARISON line thence Westerly to the sound with the Sound to the first station containing 100 acres.   Witness S. FEREBEE, James WHITE; Registered June 24, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 12-13]  March 2, 1789 - I James DAUGE & Euphan my Wife for the sum of £150 paid to me by Peter DAUGE for a certain persel of land lying and being near the Indian Ridge. Beginning at the Deep Swamp posit the dich running a Sutherly course along ditch to a corner tree thence an Easterly corse to Peter DAUGE line along his line various courses to the first station to contain 50 acres.  Witness Witness Timothy ETHERIDGE, Wm. FEREBEE; Registered June 23, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 13]  Feb. 25, 1788 - I Benjamin LINDSEY for the sum of £25 paid to me by Thomas LINDSEY for a peace of land adjoining the land of Lemuel SIMMONS. Beginning at SIMMONS North line up the line to the head thence binding Colo. Thomas JARVIS line across to David LINDSEY’S South line down his line to William LINDSEY’S head line thence binding his line to the first station containing 50 acres.   Witness Lemuel SIMMONS, Wm. CHANDLER; Registered June 24, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 13-14]  July 22, 1788 - I Joseph GAMEWELL & Ester my Wife for the sum of £25 paid to me by Samuel GREGORY for a certain pise of land situated on Powels Point. Beginning at Alblart Sound & running up Benjamin EVANS line various courses to the Sound side containing 20 acres.   Witness Benj. SIKES, John CONWAY, Thos. GREGORY; Registered June 25, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 14]  Jan. 10, 1789 - I Thomas JARVES for the sum of £6 5 Shillings paid to me by Thomas POYNER for a parcel of land on the Sand Banks containing 25 acres. Beginning on the Sea Side John SANDERSON’S corner thence Westerly course to the head of the Landing Creek along said Creek to the Throughfare Creek along Creek a Northerly course so far as will make a straight course to the Sea Side as to contain 25 acres, to be the One half of the said Thomas JARVIS Bank Land that was formerly the property of ½ Joseph SANDERSON Deceased.  Witness Thomas SANDERSON ; Registered June 25, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 14-15]  Jan. 14, 1789 - I Richard STANLEY for the sum of £25 paid to me by William FEREBEE for a certain parcel of land lying on the East side of Indian Ridge. Beginning various courses binding the Indian line to Timothy ETHERIDGE’S line various courses to the first station containing 6 acres.  Witness Mary Ann WHITE, Mary BELL, Robert BERNARD; Registered June 25, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 15]  Mar. 2, 1789 - I John MACKIE SEN. for divers good causes me hereunto moving do give and grant unto my well beloved Son John MACKIE JUN. all my lands that I now stand possessed with on Hoskinses Island according to the patent being 500 acres. Also One Negro woman Sarah One Negro man Abel One Negro girl Hannah One Negro boy James also One Negro boy Willoughby. One horse Taff, one mair Ginney with all my household furniture One half of all my cattle & sheep & hogs.  Witness John HEATH, Judith GREGORY; Registered June 25, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 15] April 14, 1788 - Edward TAYLOR of Currituck to Jonathan TAYLOR of same, for £45, 30 acres in Currituck beginning at a chinkapin stump on the west side of the road at the northeast corner of said Jonathan TAYLOR's plantation, adjoining Major Thomas POYNER's line and runs with his line to Benjamin TAYLOR's line. Signed Edward TAYLOR and Susannah (x - her mark) TAYLOR and witnessed by Hosea BALL and Benjamin TAYLOR. The transaction was registered on June 25, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 16] April 14, 1788 - Edward TAYLOR of Currituck to Jonathan TAYLOR of same for £12, adjoining the road, Benjamin TAYLOR, "Edward TAYLORs old patent line" and Jonathan TAYLOR's own line. Signed by Edward TAYLOR and Susanna (x - her mark) TAYLOR. Witnessed by Hosea BALL and Benjamin TAYLOR

[Deed Book 6, pg. 16] March 24, 1789 - Thomas POYNER to Benjamin TAYLOR, land near Coinjock on the bay road adjoining Edward TAYLOR's Patent line. Also bounded by the land of Thomas POYNER. The amount appears to have been £4, 13 shillings. Witnesses were Samuel SALYEAR, JR. and Thomas MERCER. The transaction was signed by Thomas POYNER and recorded on June 27, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 17] December 20, 1789 [sic] - Edward TAYLOR to Benjamin TAYLOR, SR., for land adjoining [Thomas] POYNER's patent line and the land of Benjamin TAYLOR, witnessed by Joseph and Benjamin TAYLOR ("x"'s for both of them), and Hosea BALL. It was signed by Edward TAYLOR and registered June 27, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 17] February 16, 1789 - Edward TAYLOR to Benjamin TAYLOR, £5 and 20 shillings, for land at Coinjock bounded by Jonathan TAYLOR, and Asahel SIMMONS. Witnesses were Benjamin TAYLOR, SEN. and Hosea BALL. The deed was signed by Edward TAYLOR and Susannah (x - her mark) TAYLOR. It was recorded June 29, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 18] April 14, 1788 - Edward TAYLOR to Benjamin for £120. Bounded by Major Thomas POYNER, along the course of William NICHOLSON's patent, and Jonathan TAYLOR. Signed by Edward TAYLOR and Susannah (x - her mark) TAYLOR. Witnesses were Hosea BALL and Jonathan TAYLOR. The transaction was recorded on June 29, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 19] December 20, 1788 - Edward TAYLOR to John TAYLOR, JUNIOR, for £58, land bordered Jonathan TAYLOR's property on many sides. No other adjacent property owner listed. Signed by Edward TAYLOR and Susannah (x - her mark) TAYLOR. Witnesses were Benjamin TAYLOR and Joseph (x - his mark) TAYLOR. It was registered on June 30, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 19] May 14, 1788 - I Jesse PERRY for the sum of £100 paid to me by Thomas BERNARD for a certain piece of land. Beginning on the Currituck Sound various courses to Sampson ETHERIDGE’S line then a Southeasterly course down his line various courses of the Currituck Sound to the first station containing 50 acres. It being the land that Jesse PERRY bought of Spence HALL & Spence HALL JUN.  Witness Thomas HEATH, Hilary SANDSBERRY; Registered June 29, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 20]  Feb. 3, 1789 - I Andrew SOREY & Lucey my Wife for the sum of £75 paid to me by John LEE JUN. for a parcel of land whereon SOREY now lives containing 50 acres more or less. Beginning various courses to a Norther Branch being the line between Joshua BAXTERS orphans land & the afsd. land various courses to the first station.  Witness James BANKS, Willoughby JARVES; Registered June 30, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 20-21]  Feb 20, 1789 - I James SIMMONS for the sum of £312 paid to me by Josiah ETHERIDGE for a piece of land. Beginning at a corner tree that parts John SIMMONS, Amos ETHERIDGE & Samuel SIMMONS thence with Amos ETHERIDGE line to Branson BELL’S line thence with his line to John HUMPHRIES line with his line to William SIMMONS line with his line to John SIMMONS line with his line to the first station containing 270 acres.  Witness William SIMMONS, Willis SIMMONS ; Registered June 30, 1789 

[Deed Book 6, pg. 21]  July 25, 1788 - I Eupahn STANLEY Widow, for and in consideration of the natural love & affection which I bear unto my Daughter Elizabeth STANLEY and for the better maintenance & preferment of her have given and granted to ELIZABETH a messuage of land. Beginning at the Mill Dam running down the Creek various courses to the dividing line between Samuel COOPER & Euphan STANLEY thence along said line to the main road thence along the road to the first station. It being the ½  of the land that formerly belonged to my Deceased Sister Frankey BERRY. In witness my hand this 21 day of July 1788 before signing this Deed of Gift I make this Reserve as long as I live on the said land not to be disturbed but if I leave said land I forfet my rite.  Witness Timothy ETHERIDGE, Sally ETHERIDGE; Registered June 30, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 21-22]  Feb. 4, 1789 - I Thomas BERNARD for the sum of £110 paid to me by Samuel BERNARD son of Carter for one certain tract of land on the East Side of North River. Beginning at Thomas HEATH’S corner and on the West side of the main Powels Point road thence binding Eastwardly with Laml. POYNER’S line as far as a corner tree thence Southardly binding with the Laurel Run to the Chaple road to a corner tree on the land of Lam. GIBSON’S thence West with his line various courses to the first station containing 100 acres. It being all the residue of land that Thomas BERNARD owns on sd. Ridge called North River Ridge.  Witness Sam. SALYEAR JUN., Thos. HEATH; Registered July 1, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 22]  April 7, 1788 - I John NORTHERN for the sum of £8 paid to me by Lisha KIGHT for a peace of land lying at the head of the Run. Beginning at GOODMAN’S patent line  thence to the back line binding on  WOULDRAY & KITS land containing 30 acres.  Witness Silas BRIGHT, Demsey NORTHERN; Registered July 1, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 22]  May 1788 - I John WHITACAR for the sum of £15 paid to me by Thomas BERNARD for a certain piece of land. Beginning at the main road running Easterly course binding on John GIBSON’S former line thence a Southerly course to Carter BARNARD’S thence a Westerly course joyning Capt. WHITEHALL’S line various courses to the main road various courses to the first station containing 12 acres.   Witness Sam. SALYEAR, Hezekiah WOODHOUSE; Registered July 1, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 23]  Oct. 25, 1788 - I William SIMMONS for the sum of £225 paid to me by Willoughby DAUGE for a certain piece of land. Beginning in the head of Cooper’s Branch thence running down Branch to HOLSTEAD’S line thence down Branch to Cornelius GLASGOW’S line in the Cypress Run up the Run to a corner between Willoughby DAUGE & Cornelius GLASGOW various courses with DAUGE’S line to a corner of Three trees DAUGE & John GRAY thence to a line of new marked trees that parts the said land & John GRAY land to the first station containing 170 acres.  Witness James SIMMONS, Thos. GIBSON; Registered July 1, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 23-24]  Jan. 22, 1789 - I Mitchel DAUGE & Amy his Wife for the sum of £10 paid to me by Phillip DAUGE for a certain piece of land on the West side of Indian Ridge. Beginning at the Great Arch on the ditch upon the line between Timothy ETHERIDGE & Mitchel DAUGE running a Westwardly along ditch to the swamp thence a straight course to Timothy ETHERIDGE’S line various courses to the first station containing 3 acres.  Witness Tulley DAUGE; Registered July 1, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 24]  Dec. 24, 1788 - I John BIGGS for the sum of £110 paid to me by William SIMMONS for a certain peace of land. Beginning at the Herring Run at Amos ETHERIDGE’S corner then running along his line to Tulley DAUGE’S line then along his line to John SIMONS line then along his line to a corner tree of James SIMMONS land then running the course of the patent various courses to the first station to contain 125 acres.  Witness Tulley BIGGS, Duke BELL; Registered July 2, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 24]  Aug. 7, 1787 - I Lemuel SIMMONS for and in consideration of the Rents & Covenants Herein hereafter Reserved & contained on the part & behalf of ONeel WALKER. I Lemuel SIMMONS doth grant & to firm let unto ONeel WALKER all that messuage on Powels Point it being the plantation on the East side known by the name of Oyster Shell Banks containing 300 acres of land & marsh. The old plantation to be supported with rail timber and fire wood during the time hereafter metioned.  To have and to hold the messuage during the term of 8 years of our Months & 23 Days. Yielding and paying every year to Lemuel SIMMONS the sum of 6 barrels of good Indian corn also at the experation of term to deliver up said messuage in good order with a framed house well bult & finished 20 feet long & 16 feet wide with Twenty Thousand corn hills from this date cleared at 5 feet distances & ONeel WALKER to tend in corn the hiland one year & on the main the other year  for the true performance of the above.  Witness A. SIMMONS, Edney SIMMONS; Registered July 2, 1789  

[Deed Book 6, pg. 25] A division of land for John WHITEHURST, deceased, was filed in Currituck County. It included a house and fifty acres where John WHITEHURST lived, to Rebeckah NICHOLSON "late widow of said John WHITEHURST, deceased.". It also included land beginning at swamp in William LURRY's (?) line, bordered by Nathaniel COMER, Anthony SIMMONS, Joseph FEREBEE's line, John THOMPSON's land, Willis WALKER, and Hilary PARKER. It mentions that Josiah NICHOLSON, on behalf of his wife, Rebeckah NICHOLSON, gives up and relinquishes right of dower. It mention James and Samuel WHITEHURST, sons of late John. It refers to guardian pay to Samuel WHITEHURST, sum of £10 current money. . . for Josiah NICHOLSON who married Rebeca WHITEHURST late widow of John WHITEHURST; signed Thomas ETHERIDGE, Hillary SIMMONS, Willo. DAUGE, Cornelius (x - his mark) GREGORY, and Griffith DAUGE. Registered in court July 2, 1789. Willis ETHERIDGE, Register.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 25] Sept. 13, 1788 - William RUSSELL sold to Jonathan LINDSEY for the sum of £300 one negro woman called Sarah, one ridin mair called Spring & one feather bed & furniture, one chest, the thirds of the land belonging to the plantation whereon now the said LYNDSEY lives with the house one table one lining wheel and wooling one pot one pair of fire tongs & cow & calf one case of bottles. Witness: Nathan HALL, T. SANDERSON, Gamiel WRIGHT.  Registered July 2, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 25] Feb 14, 1789 - Charles BRIGHT sold to Samuel FEREBEE for £150, a certain negro woman called Hannah aged twenty four years & a certain negro girl child called Vilot aged two years old. Witness: Wm. FEREBEE.  Registered July 2, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 26] Dec. 8, 1788 - Pursuant to order we the Commissioners have met on the Premises of John SIMMONS dec’d with Josiah NICHOLSON Esq. County Ser. having run the land we appoint 1/3 part of the plantation being the N’ward part adjoining the lands of William AUSTIN to Widow of SIMMONS with the Southard rooms above stairs & below of the manner house together with the kitchen crib meat house & poultry houses & she shall have the use of the Nward part of said manner house together with a barn & two out houses N. of the manner house until her Son Robert marries or arrives to age. Provided she continues in widowhood till that time, if she marries before the sd. Son Robert or his guardian shall receive the said N’ward part of manner house above  stairs & below with the barn and two out houses N. of the manner  house into his or their possession we also appoint the next messuage accd. To survey joining on the Widows to Robert SIMMONS the next in survey to John SIMMONS & the last order survey to Dennis SIMMONS. We further find the parts appointed to Robert & Dennis nearly equal value & that the messuage to John is not equal in value by £16 we therefore appoint that the guardians of Robert & Dennis shall pay unto the guardian of John the just sum of £8 each.

This plan represents 385 acres of land situate on Knotts Island, once the property of John SIMMONS Esq. deceased who gave to his Three Sons in his Last Will & Testament.  Registered July 3, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 27] March 16, 1789 - I Abraham BAUM for the sum of £50 paid to me by Abraham LITCHFIELD for one certain parcel of land lying near the mouth of North River. Beginning at the River at a small gut Easterly course up the Gut binding John SANDERSON’S land thence a Northerly course along his line to Joseph ENNALL’S thence a Westerly course binding LITCHFIELD line to the River thence a Southerly course binding the River to the first station containing 100 acres.  Witness Thos. JARVES, Thos. JARVES JUN.; Registered July 3, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 27] March 15, 1789 - I William ROON for divers consideration and me hereunto moving have ordained constituted and appointed Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND Esq. my true and lawful attorney for me in my name and to my use to ask demand recover or receive all debts due to me all sums of money whatsoever shall be due unto me. Also the whole and sole management of all my negroes Myram, Sally, Beckey, Sarah, Emanuel.  Witness Geo. ARCHER, Toubrant? MARSHAL; Registered Aug. 7, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 28] June 1, 1789 - I Samuel SALYEAR JUN. for the sum of £20 paid to me by John McHORNEY for a parcel of land & marsh. Being on the East Ward part of the head of the Bay patent beginning at the mouth of Parker’s Creek various courses to the head of the Little Creek and so on agreeable to Deed the Sheriff give Samuel SALYEAR JUN. containing 100 acres more or less.  Witness Andrew DUKE, S. FEREBEE; Registered Aug. 7, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 28] Dec. 4, 1788 - John PORTWOOD to Joseph TAYLOR for the sale price of £40, a tract of land bounded by Samuel (Lemuel?) NEEL; and Benjamin PORTWOOD. Signed by John (x - his mark) PORTWOOD and Dorkes (x - her mark) PORTWOOD. Witnesses were Jonathan WILLIAMSON and Benj. (x - his mark) PORTWOOD. Registered on August 7, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 29] April 27, 1789 - I Jeremiah MERCER for the sum of £106 paid to me by Samuel FEREBEE for a Negro woman Pleasant & One Negro boy George.  Witness Wm. FEREBEE; Registered Aug. 7, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 29] May 6, 1789 - I Hardy MURFREE Commissioner of Confiscated Property for the Distract of Edenton for the sum of £950 paid to me by Griffith DAUGE for a certain negro girl called Nan aged 16 years or there about.  Witness John HUMPHRIES, S. FEREBEE; Registered Aug. 8, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 29-30] Mar. 21, 1789 - I Richard STANLEY for the natural affection which I bear to my said Daughter Mary Ann WHITE & also the sum of 5 Shillings for a parcel of land being on the East side of Indian Ridge. Beginning at William FEREBEE’S corner on the edge of the swamp opposite the mouth of the lane or road running Westwardly up lane to Timothy ETHERIDGE’S line various courses to the first station containing 6 acres. Only Reserving the use of said land & premises unto Richard STANLEY during his natural life.  Witness Timothy ETHERIDGE, Samuel ETHERIDGE; Registered Aug. 8, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 30] Jan. 24, 1789 - I Willoughby DAUGE for the sum of £21 paid to me by William GLASGOW for one certain piece of land. Beginning at Brook’s Branch near the main road various courses to Sarah BAXTER’S land then running up the Run binding on her land & Lamuel HOLSTEAD’S land to Brook’s Branch down the Branch to the first station containing 30 acres.  Witness S. FEREBEE, Sarah FEREBEE; Registered Aug. 10, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 30-31] Jan 9, 1789 - I William WALTON Attorney for Cornelius GLASGOW for the sum of £42 & 1 Shilling paid to me by Willoughby DAUGE for a parcel of land beginning at Willoughby DAUGE land then running along the main road to a corner of the afsd. land then running square from the road to the Run to Sarah BAXTER’S land then running up the Run binding the land of Sarah BAXTER, Lamuel HOLSTEAD & John COOPER’S land formerly, to Willoughby DAUGE’S land along his line to the first station be the same 50 acres.   Witness Wm. SIMMONS, S. FEREBEE; Registered Aug. 10, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 31] Apr. 16, 1789 - Benjamin TAYLOR, JUNIOR and Edward TAYLOR to Benjamin TAYLOR, SENIOR for £460, the sale was for land granted to Benjamin TAYLOR by patent in 1760; land also includes a patent granted to Edward TAYLOR in 1783; land bounded by Thomas TAYLOR, Jonathan TAYLOR, John TAYLOR. /s/ Benjamin (x) TAYLOR and Edward TAYLOR. Witnesses were Hosea BALL and Joseph (x) TAYLOR. Recorded August 10, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 32] Mar. 19, 1789 - Edward TAYLOR to Benjamin TAYLOR, both of Currituck County; for £28, land bounded by Joseph TAYLOR & Col. Asahel SIMMONS; signed Edward TAYLOR; Witnesses were Benjamin TAYLOR, SR.; Michel (?) (x) WALKER. Recorded August 11, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 32-33] June 1, 1789 - James DOUGLAS to Grandson James DOUGLAS. Deed of gift. Land bounded by Edward TAYLOR's side line; SIMMONS' line; land, marsh, houses, orchards; son, Abel DOUGLAS.  Witnesses, A. SIMMONS and Mary (x) SIMMONS. /s/ James DOUGLAS; Registered, August 11, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 33] Mar. 20, 1789 - I Jeremiah SEXTON of the County of Camden for the sum of £30 paid to me by Caleb POWERS for a certain tract of land lying in the Back Woods. Beginning at Moses BALLANCE’S line various courses to the first station containing 15 acres.  Witness B. JONES, Wm. SEXTON’ Registered Aug. 12, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 33-34] Nov. 29, 1788 - I Butler TURNER & Euphan my Wife of Princess Anne County Virginia for the sum of £5 paid to us by William REED for a tract of land adjoining the province line of North Carolina various courses to the first beginning.  Witness Ked. MULDER, Malachi READ, Archalous MORSE; Registered Aug. 13, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 34] May 30, 1789 - I Absolom Driver GREVES & Allace his Wife for the consideration of a piece of land in way of Swap doth hereby agree swap unto William MACCOY a certain parcel of land on Powels Point to the Northward of the main road. Being all I hold on that side of the road. Beginning at the road in the former line between HALL and COOPER’S land various courses to the main road quantity 25 acres.  Witness Richard DOUGH, Jacob LUTS; Registered Aug. 13, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 34-35] May 6, 1789 - I James PARKER for the sum of £19 paid to me by William DUNSTON for a quantity of land lying on the being part of the land formerly belonged to Elish PARKER SEN.? deceased. Beginning at the Sound at the South end of Shel Cove at William DUNSTON line then running his line to the Sea then North along the Sea various courses to the first station containing 100 acres.  Witness John GAMEWELL, George CAFEE; Registered Aug. 14, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 35-36] April 18, 1789 - I Joseph MAY & Frankey my Wife for the sum of £60 hard money paid to me by Edward DOUGHTY for a parcel of Juniper and Gum Swamp land in the Great Swamp. Beginning at Edward DOUGHTY JUN. corner then Southeast to George MAY deceased line along his line various courses to the Camden line as is supposed various courses to Edward DOUGHTY’S JUN. Southwest corner various courses to the first station containing 307 acres.  Witness Duke COX, George FORKER?; Registered Aug.ust 17, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 36] Jan. 8, 1789 - I William DUNSTON for the sum of £5 paid to me by William BEST for a certain parcel of land lying on the North Banks on the head of the Duck Pond. Beginning at the Duck Pond Drean Easterly along Josiah SIMSON’S line to the Sandy Run various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness John GAMEWELL, Elias NORRIS; Registered Aug. 17, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 36-37] April 1789 - I Christopher WILLIAMS Executor of Thomas WILLIAMS deceased in  Persuant to the LWT of my Father Thomas WILLIAMS did on Friday the Fourth day of this present month sell at Publick Auction for the sum of £11 5 Shillings which was the best bid by Thomas Pool WILLIAMS for a messuage of land or Juniper Swamp on the North East side of North River below the Three Creeks. Beginning at the River on the Indian line various courses to the first station containing 150 acres.   Witness Jas. PHILLIPS, Jas. BRAY; Registered August 17, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 37] July 1, 1788 - Isaac FARROW, SEN to his son Christopher; deed of gift; land bordered by Robert BARNET (?). /s/Isaac FARROW. Witnesses: Josiah NICHOLSON, William MILLER. September Term, 1789; Registered, November 27, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 37-38] July 25, 1789 - I Francis PEEL for and in consideration of the love and affection that I bear unto my Son John PEEL do give and grant unto him forever a certain messuage of land on Hatterass Banks. Beginning in the marsh on the Sound side that divids John & my Son Christopher various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Henry PRICE, Christopher FARROW; Registered Nov. 2, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 38] July 25, 1789 - I Francis PEEL for and in consideration of the love and good will that I bear unto my Son Christopher PEEL do give and grant unto him a messuage of land on Kineakeet Banks. Beginning in the marsh on the Sound side of the Northerly end of my Son John PEEL’S line that divides my Son Christopher and my Son John PEEL running from thence East to the Sea thence running the course of the patent to the contents of 50 acres.  Witness Christopher FARROW, Henry PRICE; Registered Nov. 12, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 38] July 25, 1789 - I Francis PEEL for and in consideration of the love and affection that I bear unto my Son Christopher PEEL do give and grant unto him forever one certain messuage of land situate on Kinnekeet Banks. Beginning at the edge of the marsh on the Sound side that divides Christopher and Thomas GRAY running from thence East to the Sea thence Northerly along the Sea that divides the said land from my Son John PEEL various courses with the Sound to the first station containing 30 acres.  Witness Christopher FARROW, Henry PRICE; Registered Nov. 3, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 38-39] Dec. 20, 1788 - We William DANIEL SEN. & William DANIEL JUN. for the sum of £20 paid to us by Joseph DANIEL for a parcel of land being on the Eastward side of Ronoak Island. Beginning at Broad Creek joining Belcher DANIEL’S line various courses to Churches Swamp from thence said corse to Broad Creek thence along Creek to the first station containing 100 acres.  Witness Gideon DANIEL, Nicholas DANIEL; Registered Nov. 3, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 39] May 26, 1788 - George PUGH of Currituck County sold to Banister MIDYETT of Currituck County, for £10, a tract of land lying on Chickamacomack Banks adjoining Daniel MIDYETT and containing 50 acres.  Witnesses: Thomas PAINE, William PUGH.  /s/ George PUGH.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 39-40] May 26, 1788 - Daniel MIDYETT of Currituck County sold to Bannister MIDYETT of Currituck County, for £50, a tract of land lying on Chicknicomack Banks adjoining Rodger MEEKINS and the sea, containing 50 acres.  Wit: Thos. PAINE, Christopher MIDYETT.  /s/ Daniel MIDYETT.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 40] May 26, 1788 - I George PUGH for the sum of £10 paid to me by William PUGH SEN. for 50 acres being on Chickamicomacko Banks. Beginning at William PUGH’S line the course running agreeable to Thos. PUGH patent. Witness Banister MIDYETT, Thos. PAINE; Registered Nov. 4, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 40-41] May 26, 1788 - I George PUGH for the sum of £10 paid to me by Sandrous PAINE for 50 acres of land lying on Chickoncomacke Banks. Beginning at John PAINE line the corse running agreeable to Thos. PUGH patent deceased.  Witness Banister MIDYETT, Thos. PAINE; Registered Nov. 4, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 41] May 26, 1788 - George PUGH of Currituck Co. sold to John PAINE of Currituck Co., for £10, a tract of land on Chickamacomico Banks beginning at Thomas PAINE's line & running to Thomas PUGH, dec'd., containing 50 acres. /s/ George PUGH.  Witnesses: Thomas PAINE; Banister MIDYETT.  Registered: Nov. 4, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 41-42] May 26, 1788 - George PUGH of Currituck Co. sold to Thomas PAINE of Currituck Co., for £10, a tract of land on Chickamacomico Banks beginning at Roger MEEKINS' line and running an agreeable course to Thomas Paine PUGH, dec'd., patent, containing 50 acres.  /s/ George PUGH.  Witnesses: Banister MIDYETT; William PUGH.  Registered: Nov. 5, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 42] August 10, 1789 - Joseph INNALLS (? - Smalls?) to Zachariah and William HUNNINGS; £125. Land bordering land of Joseph TAYLOR and Ezekiel RAWLINGS. Witnesses: Henry BRAY, William WRIGHT, and William (x - his mark, unclear which William the x belongs to). Signed Joseph EMALLS (?). Registered, November 5, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 42] August 7, 1789 - David LINDSEY of Currituck Co. sold to William LINDSEY, for £5 current money, a tract of Marsh lying near the mouth of North River & Albemarle Sound binding on Saml. SIMMONS, containing 60 acres.  /s/ David LINDSEY.  Witnesses: Thos. JARVIS, JUNR.; Lindsey CHANDLER.  Registered: Nov. 5, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 42-43] Nov. 6, 1788 - I Thomas KING of the County of Chowan for the sum of £250 paid to me by Mathias WILLIAMSON for a parcel of land. Beginning at the Dam Bridge thence running up the Dam Bridge Creek various courses to the fork of the Creek various courses to Lamuel WILSON’S corner various courses to the first station containing 200 acres. Witness Willoughby BROOKS, Jonathan WILLIAMSON; Registered Nov. 6, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 43] Nov. 6, 1788 - I Thomas KING of the County of Chowan for and in consideration of the sum of £50 paid to me by Mathias WILLIAMSON for all that tract of Cypress Swamp land binding on Phillip & John NORTHERN being the swamp land I purchased of Francis WILLIAMSON. Beginning at a corner Phillip & John NORTHERN at the beginning of East Ridge thence along the side of East Ridge to the head or East end thereof from the first beginning corner Westerly along the edge of the high land Phillip NORTHERN line to Jesse BENNETT’S corner various courses containing 50 acres.  Witness Willoughby BROOKS, Jonathan WILLIAMSON; Registered Nov. 6, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 43-44] Aug. 29, 1789 - I Jonathan HERRING of the County of Camden for the sum of £300 paid to me by Gaius WILLIAMSON for all that tract of land near Currituck Shore known by the name of ELKS Ould field & the Great Ridge. Bounded by the line of Wallis BRAY, Hillary SIMMONS, Thos. PARKER, Andrew BATES & the head line of a Patent called Charles SMITH new patent containing 300 acres.  Witness Jonathan WILLIAMSON, Solomon WILSON; Registered Nov. 6, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 44] July 23, 1788 - I Christopher RAULINSON JUN. for the sum of £12 paid to me by Thomas QUIDLEY for a certain parcel of land lying on Hatteras Banks joining John BURRUS line. Beginning at John BURRUS line near the edge of the marsh various courses to the Sea then the first station containing 75 acres. Witness Isaiah PARR, Leven DUNTON; Registered Nov. 7, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 44] May 23, 1789 - I Joseph ABBOT & Lydia my Wife of Camden County, for the sum of £10  paid to us by Nathan THOMSON  to wit their disposeth of their writes of a certain tract of land on Coinjock Bay. Beginning at the Bay side running up the Creek to Thomas PARKER’S line then to William THOMSON line down his line to the Bay side along the Bay side to the first station containing 60 acres.  Witness James WHITE, Caleb TATUM; Registered Nov. 7, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 45] Dec. 13, 1788 - I Elias DAUGE & Mary his Wife for the sum of £150 hard Silver money at 8 Shillings paid to me by Daniel LUFMAN for a sartain track of land formerly the property of Benjamin DAUDGE deceased containing 160 acres. Beginning at the first bounded a Lalrurd line bounded South by Richard DAUDGE West by Richard BRENT North Daniel LUFMAN East by William GRIFFIE being the land & plantation whereon I now live.  Witness Hilary SIMMONS, William MUNCRIF; Registered Nov. 9, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 46] Dec. 23, 1788 - I Daniel LUFMAN & Diney my Wife for the sum of £70 hard cash paid to me by William MUNCREEF for a parcel of land various courses to Elias JENKINS line along JANKINS line to the Creek down the Creek to the first station containing 50 acres of land.  Witness Sam. SIMMONS Sophia ROGERS; Registered Nov. 9, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 46-47] June 27, 1789 - Whereas a certain Edmund BOWREN was seized of a tract of land by the Proprietor of North Carolina patent now lying on the South side of Moyock Creek. The said Edmund BOWREN conveyed 135 acres unto William ODOWDY and he by deed dated April 2, 1765 made over the land unto Benjamin NORTHERN at his death the land was sold by the Sheriff unto Phillip NORTHERN, now Phillip NORTHERN in his Last Will & Testament bequeathed the land unto his Son William NORTHERN.

Know ye that I William NORTHERN, Yeoman, & Frances my Wife for the sum of £350 paid to us by Gideon MARCHANT, Yeoman, for 95 acres of the above mentioned land. Bounded by the land of Phillip NORTHERN, Malachi BOWREN, Silas BRIGHT, Nancy DAUGE and the road leading to the Great Swamp.  Witness: Silas BRIGHT, John WALKER; Registered Nov. 9, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 47]  Feb. 25, 1695 - I WILLIAM Earle of Craven and the rest of the Lords Proprietors of Carolina have granted unto Richard COMINGFORTH of the County of Albemarle 430 acres lying on the West side of Currituck Bay in Currituck precinct. Beginning on the Westernmost bound tree of Ann BALLY along her line various courses to the bank by the Bay side various courses along the Bay to the first station. The said land being due to Richard COMINGFORTH for the Transportation of One person to every 50 acres. Yielding and paying unto us every year on Sept. 25 the fee rents of One Shilling for every 50 acres.  Provided that if Richard COMINGFORTH Doe Not seat and plant thereon within 3 Years after the date hereof then this patent to be void.  /s/ John ARCHDALE, Daniel ACKHURST, Francis TOMS, Samuel SWANN

Oct. 6, 1741 - I Luke WHITE & Margarett my Wife doe assign over all our wright & title of the within mentioned patent unto my Son William WHITE.  Witness: John LURRY, Andw. DUKE.  This Deed was Registered June 24, 1742.  This foregoing Patent & assignment is Brought on this New Book Nov. 10, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 47-48]  Aug. 17, 1789 - I Charles BRIGHT & Mary my Wife for the sum of £25 paid to us by Carter BENNETT for one certain tract of land about half a mile Northwesterly from Moyock Mill. Beginning at a corner tree that runs between Silas BRIGHT land & that of Charles BRIGHT thence a Northwardly course to Jesse BENNET’S line along his line various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Gideon MARCHANT, Jesse BRIGHT; Registered Nov. 10, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 48]  Sept. 7, 1789 - I Christopher HUTCHINS for the sum of £50 paid to me by Nathaniel HUTCHINS for a tract of land. Beginning at the Great Ditch in Capt. Luke LAMB’S line thence Southerly to a corner of Luke LAMB along his line to the Great Ditch thence making a corner thence Northly as the Great Ditch runs to the first station containing 25 acres.  Witness Joseph FEREBEE, Robert BERNARD; Registered Nov. 10, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 48-49]  Sept. 7, 1789 - I Griffith GREGORY for and in consideration of the sum of £50 paid to me by Nathaniel HUTCHINS for a certain parcel of land. Beginning in the middle of the head swamp various courses to North River Stream then along the stream near the road that leads to Camden then to Christopher HUTCHIN’S line then to the first station containing 29 ¾ & 37 poles.  Witness Joseph FEREBEE, Robert BERNARD; Registered Nov. 11, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 49]  July 19, 1788 - I Thomas SANDERSON for the sum of £100 paid to me by Daniel LINDSEY for One negro lad called Tom about 17 years of age.  Witness Thos. HEATH; Registered Nov. 11, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 49]  Sept. 9, 1789 - I John SANDERSON for the sum of £30 paid to me by Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND for a certain tract of land situate on Dues Quarter. Beginning at Thomas JARVIS line along his line a due East course to the Bay side along the Bay to the plantation fence of John SANDERSON along the fence & down to the landing of SANDERSON thence along the Creek a South Southeast course to Thomas JARVES line to the first station containing 70 acres.  Witness Geo. ARCHER, William OVERTO; Registered Nov. 11, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 50]  1789 - I James PHILLIPS & Mary my Wife for and in consideration of the Right & Title of 20 acres do assign & set over unto Humphrey POYNER 18 acres of land which is held in this patent that is not before sold out which contains the remainder of this patent.  Witness James BRAY, Evan JONES .  This aforegoing assignment was on the back of a Patent No. 76 granted to James PHILLIPS Aug. 18, 1783 for 28 acres.  Registered Nov. 11, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 50]  June 15, 1789 - I Thomas BERNARD for the sum of £100 paid to me by Thomas MERCER SEN. for a certain piece of land being the land I bought of John LEATHFIELD. Beginning at the Sound side to the Northward of the house binding or joining at the Sound side with the land of Mrs. Margret JONES thence Westwardly binding with her line to the Exter or part of land thence South through the swamp to Jesse PERRIES corner thence Eastward binding with Jesse PERRY to the Sound side thence binding North course to the Sounds to the first station including the house, yard, pond & apple orchard containing 100 acres.  Witness Thomas HEATH, John LITCHFIELD; Registered Nov. 12, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 50-51]  Sept. 1, 1789 - I William BOWIN for the sum of £8 paid to me by Charles Valentine HERBERT for all that tract of land lying on the Eastern side of Jeangite Creek on the North Banks. Beginning on the Creek side a Northeast course then running South course to Spence HALL’S line then binding HALL’S line thence binding on the Creek to the first station containing 108 acres.  Witness Malachi JONES, Thos. JARVES; Registered Nov. 12, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 51] Jan. 24, 1789 - John SANDERSON, Benj'a son, Planter, sold to John BARROT, Planter, for £10, a certain parcel of Bank land on the North Banks beginning at the mouth of a gut binding on the land of WATERFIELDs Eastwardly course to the sea side thence Southwardly course binding with sea course as will make 50 acres square or of a square. Witness:  Thos. HEATH, Thos. SANDERSON.  Registered Nov. 12, 1789.

Deed Book 6, pg. 51] Jan. 25, 1789 - William RUSSELL sold to John SANDERSON SEN. for £100, a negro man called Jacob about 45 years old. Witness: Thos. BARNARD, Dinah SANDERSON Registered November 13, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 51-52] Sept. 1789 - Lemuel SIMMONS to Cullen COOK. One shilling per year. REID's line. 100 acres. Witnesses: Josiah NICHOLSON, Caleb SIMMONS, William STENS.  Registered November 13, 1789

Deed Book 6, pg. 52]  Feb. 3, 1772 - I James SPENCE doth bargain to let James BAXTER, taylor,  a certain piece of land containing two acres adjoining main road near the Widow PARKERs Bridge the said BAXTER & his Wife ISABEL enduring his & her natural life Peasable to hold clear & build on and occupie as the said BAXTER thinks proper as far as Two acres of land & no more without any interruption by me. Futhermore if the said James BAXTER should git in the notion to sel or part from the said peace of land he is to return it to the said James SPENCE or his heirs and his heirs are to return to BAXTER the sum BAXTER has paid unto SPENCE in the amount of 50 Shillings.  Registered November 13 1789.

Deed Book 6, pg. 52-53]  Feb 10, 1789 - Samuel FEREBEE & Sarah his Wife, Griffith DAUGE & Frances his Wife and Charles BRIGHT Yeoman. Whereas Samuel FEREBEE & Griffith DAUGE are possessed of a tract of land patent bearing date November 15, 1787  and registered June 6, 1788. This confiscated property of the estate of John BENNETT was bought at public auction by DAUGE for the sum of £1225.  Now this indenture is made for the sum of £195 paid by Charles BRIGHT for this tract of land containing 129 3/4 acres in Moyock District beginning at large pine joining Nancy DAUGEs line running various courses to Silas BRIGHT line.  Witness: Wm. FEREBEE, T.C. FEREBEE.  Registered December 10, 1789

Deed Book 6, pg. 53]  July 10, 1788 - Patent No. 104 - For and in consideration of the sum of £10 for every 100 acres paid by Josiah CHERRY & Thomas HAYMAN a tract of land containing 160 acres beginning at corner gum of William POWERS on the swamp side and joining Josiah CHERRYs own land various chains to MAYS line various chains to first station. Witness Samuel JOHNSTON Esquire our Governor, Captain General and Commander in Chief.  This foregoing patent come to my hand the 8th Day of December 1789 and is Registered the 15th Day of December 1789.

Deed Book 6, pg. 53-54]  May 18, 1789 - Patent No. 107 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres of land hereby granted paid into our Treasury by Edward DOUGHTY & Thomas HAYMAN a tract of land containing 863 ½ acres lying Moyock District in Lebanon Juniper Swamp. Beginning at the Province line that divids Virginia from North Carolina various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying unto us the yearly sums as our General Assembly may direct, provided always that Edward DOUGHTY & Thomas HAYMAN shall register this Grant in the Registers Office within 12 Months of the date hereof.  Witness Samuel JOHNSTON Esquire our Governor; Registered Dec. 10, 1789

Deed Book 6, pg. 54]  Jan. 11, 1748? - I William WHITE & Margrett my Wife for the sum of £12 paid to us by Henry SPRATTEN for a certain parcel of land. Beginning at a corner tree made by consent William WHITE & Margrett his Wife & Henry SPRATTEN to Cornelius BERRIES? Land then up the line to William JONES line with his line various courses to the first station containing 100 acres.  Witness Wm. THOMSON, Thos. TATUM; Registered Jan. 7, 1790

Deed Book 6, pg. 55]  Jan. 1, 1790 - I Sampson ETHERIDGE SEN. for the consideration of 4 Barrels of sound Indian corn each and every year have leased & set over unto Caleb AYDELOTT of Virginia one certain plantation lying on Albemarle Sound ajoining on the North side of Uphan Cooks land along the Sound to William FERBEESH (Ferebee) South line to include all that tract thereunto belonging so as to Clear & cut any kind of timber for the use of the plantation durin the term of 7 years.  Witness William MELSON, Josiah SIMPSON; Registered Feb. 9, 1790

Deed Book 6, pg. 55]  Aug. 1, 1789 - I Isabel RYAN for the natural love & effection which I bequeath unto Sarah DAUGE my Granddaughter and also for the better maintenance & preferment of her hath give and granted unto Sarah DAUGE one peace of land containing 50 acres being part of a patent containing 108 acres over Beaver Dam Bridge.  Witness Andrew DUKE, Juley? PARKER; Registered Feb. 9, 1790

Deed Book 6, pg. 56]  Aug. 1, 1789 - I Isabel RYAN for and in consideration of the natural love & effection which I beareth unto my Granddaughter Sarah PARKER have given and granted unto her a certain peace of land containing 50 acres it being part of a patent containing 108 acres over Beaver Dam Bridge.  Witness Andrew DUKE, Juley PARKER; Registered Feb. 9, 1790

Deed Book 6, pg. 56-57]  April 26, 1788 - I John MACKIE for diverse good causes me hereunto moving have give and granted unto my Daughter Lovey JASPER One negro girl Amey also One negro girl Thamer, also One negro girl Venus, also One Negro girl Sarah to her and her heirs forever. Also I give unto my Daughter One horse Genius also one half of my stock both cattle hogs & sheep wild & tame.  Witness Lydia DUDLEY, Thos. SPRATT; Registered Feb. 10, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 57] October 1, 1783 but likely registered ca 1789, from Edward TAYLOR to Asahel SIMMONS, both of Currituck County. The price was £20; the land was surveyed in 1782. The tract was bounded by other land of Edward TAYLOR. /s/ Edward TAYLOR. Witnesses: Joseph (x) TAYLOR and Elizabeth (x) SIMMONS

[Deed Book 6, pg. 57-58] Sept. 1, 1789 - I Isabel RYAN for and in consideration of the natural love & effection which I bare unto my Son Andrew DUKE & also for the bater maintenance & preferment of my Son have given and granted unto him One piece of land by the name of Ceder Island containing 37 acres, also one plantation whereon I now live, also 8 acres of new patent over the Beaver Dam Bridge.  Witness Asahel SIMMONS, James FISHER; Registered Feb. 11, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 58] Sept. 1, 1789 - I Isabel RYAN for and in consideration of the natural love & effection which I bare unto my Son Andrew DUKE & for diverse causes & considerations of me hereunto moving have granted unto him all & singular my goods & chattles that is to say One negro man by name of Elsa, Two horses, Two cows, & calves, Two young bulls, Six head sheep, Ten head hogs, Three feather beds & furnitor, One Dish & Six chairs, Two iron pots, One kittle to all my puter & earthen ware, Four axes, Two plows, Two tables to every other nessery article that are to me belonging.  Witness Asahel SIMMONS, James FISHER; Registered Feb. 11, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 58] Aug. 4, 1789 - I Thomas JARVES SEN. for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which I bear unto my Beloved Son Thomas JARVES JUN. and for diverse other good causes me hereunto moving have given and granted unto him a Negro man named Yaro.  Witness John ROBERTSON, Susanna ROBERTSON ; Registered Feb. 11, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 58-59] Dec. 5, 1789 - I Caleb PARR & Mary my Wife for the sum of £50 paid to me by Thomas STANLEY for one sertain tract of land various courses binding Richard STANLEY and Thomas STANLEY containing 30 acres of land & swamp.  Witness Phillip DAUGE, Mitchell DAUGE; Registered Feb. 11, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 59-60] Dec. 8, 1789 - I Thomas STANLEY & Elizabeth my Wife for the sum of £25 paid to me by Mitchel DAUGE for a parcel of land lying on the East side of Indian Ridge. Beginning at Timothy ETHERIDGE line various courses to the first station containing 15 acres.  Witness Phillip DAUGE, Giels? GIBBS; Registered Feb. 12, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 60] March 5, 1789 - I Joseph PELL for the sum of £8 paid to me by Robert BERNARD for a messuage of land. Beginning at the Crooked Run thence down GREGORY’S line various courses to the first station containing 10 acres.  Witness Timothy ETHERIDGE, Phillip DAUGE; Registered Feb. 12, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 60-61] Aug. 20, 1789 - I Joseph PELL for the sum of £3 paid to me by Robert BERNARD for a tract of land. Being part of a tract of land John PELL formerly owned beginning along Enoch GREGORY line to a branch in the Indian line along Indian line to Margret WILLIAMS corner along her line to the first station containing 3 acres.   Witness Phillip DAUGE; Registered Feb. 12, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 61] Aug. 8, 1879 - Joseph EMMELLS of the state of Delaware sold to Joseph TAYLOR for £150 land that adjoins Sarah SMITH, edge of North River Swamp, EMMELLS land, Ezekiel RAWLINGS, and WOODHOUSE's Corner. /s/ Joseph EMMUELS. Witnesses: Hadley WOODHOUSE and Ezekiel RAWLINGS. Proved: December Term, 1789. Registered, February 13, 1790.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 61] Dec. 5, 1789 - I Caleb MORSE for the sum of £3 10 Shillings paid to me by Zachariah MORSE for a certain parcel of land. Beginning at Caleb MORSE line standing on Zachariah MORSE bridle way or road to his house thence along Bridle way towards Zachariah MORSE dwelling house a straight corse to Francis MORSE corner thence up the old line to Zachariah MORSE corner along the old line to the first station containing 2 acres.  Witness Simon MATTHIAS, Francis MORSE; Registered Feb. 15, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 62] Nov. 26, 1788 - I Isabel RYAN, Widow, do for the consideration of One year of Indian Corn to be paid yearly by Jan. 1, 1789 if demanded  during the term & time of this Lease do leave & let out unto Thomas PARKER and Elizabeth his Wife during their Natural lives one certain tract of land in Cowinjock and joining the Beaver Dam Bridge a small Bridge by COWEL’S corner various courses to the first station to contain 50 acres with all houses, fences, orchards etc.  Witness Matthias HANNERS?, Juley PARKER, Nancy PARKER; Registered Feb. 15, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 62] Oct. 12, 1789 - I Joseph FEREBEE for the sum of £55 paid to me by Jeremiah MERCER for a Negro Jupitor.  Witness John BAXTER; Registered Feb. 18, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 63] Mar. 5, 1789 - I Caleb MORSE for the sum of £24 paid to me by Francis MORSE for a sertain track of land containing 6 acres.  Witness Linner SIMMONS, Mary JENKINS, John SIMMONS; Registered Feb. 18, 1790 

[Deed Book 6, pg. 63-64] Feb. 1879 - I Peter BAUM of the County of Camden for the sum of £190 paid to me by William FORBES of the County of Camden for a tract of land situate in Currituck County on Powels Point adjoining the land of Samson ETHERIDGE SEN. Beginning on Albemarle Sound Samson ETHERIDGE corner binding on Sound to Caleb ODOWDY’S corner various courses as will contain 126 acres of land thence binding ETHERIDGE’S line to the Sound the first station.   Witness Noe GREGORY, Isaac FORBES; Registered Feb. 20, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 64] Nov. 19, 1789 - I Jonathan WILLIAMSON & Martha my Wife for the sum of £200 paid to me by Carter BENNETT for a track of land containing 200 acres. Beginning at Moyock Creek various courses to Dennis DAUGE’S corner thence Easterly to a corner formerly John STEWART’S corner thence Northwardly to a corner formerly Moses BENNET’S corner various courses to the first station.  Witness John P. SARGENT, Willoby WEST, Jesse BENNETT; Registered Feb. 23, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 64] Dec. 9, 1789 - John TAYLOR to John BURTON, both of Currituck County, was made for the sale price of £48. In the body of the deed John BURTON was referred to as John BURTON, JR. The land was bounded by that of Thomas TAYLOR. Witnesses: Josiah NICHOLSON. /s/ John (x) TAYLOR; recorded on February 23, 1790.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 65] 1789 - James DAUGE to Isaiah PARR, both of Currituck. Witnesses: William TAYLOR and Griffith DAUGE. /s/ James DAUGE. Registered, February 25, 1790.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 65-66] Dec. 8, 1789 - I John GRAY for the sum of £7 paid to me by Willoughby DAUGE for a tract of land. Beginning in Cooper’s Branch various courses to a corner between Peter DAUGE & John GRAY thence Northerly to the first station containing 7 acres of land and swamp.  Witness Wm. FEREBEE, S. FEREBEE ; Registered Feb. 25, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 66] Feb. 24, 1790 - I Henry BEASLEY of Roanoak Island for the sum of £20 paid to me by Stephen BEASLEY of Roanoak Island for a track of land lying on Roanoak Island. Beginning various courses to Abel ASHBEE’S line running Southerly along ASHBEE’S line & joining Tart ETHERIDGE’S line at a certain corner tree from thence to the first station conaining 30 acres.   Witness William ETHERIDGE, Barrabe ETHERIDGE ; Registered April 21, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 66-67] Jan. 23, 1789 - I Nathan THOMPSON for the sum of £11 paid to me by Armstead SOALS for a parcel of land. Beginning at a Creek at the Bay side running up the Creek to Thos. PARKER’S line thence to William THOMPSON’S line then down his line to the Bay side to the first station containing 60 acres.  Witness Willis ETHERIDGE, Evan MILLER; Registered April 23, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 67] Feb. 4, 1790 - I John GIBSON for the sum of £15 paid to me by Benjamin POYNER SEN. for a certain piece of land joining the lands where Benjamin POYNER JUN. now lives. Beginning an Easterly course to the main road then various courses then to a line Benjamin POYNER’S where Benjamin POYNER JUN. now lives then a Westerly course to the West Swamp to Nathan POYNER’S line then a Northerly course bind on Nathan POYNER land along the edge of the Flat Swamp to the first station containing 8 acres.  Witness Thos. POYNER, Thos. WHITE; Registered April 22, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 68] Feb. 27, 1789 - I Gemima MACKIE for the sum of £12 paid to me by John MACKIE for a messuage of land lying on Hoskins Island being the late property of John MACKIE SEN. deceased and held for 500 acres.  Witness Sam. JASPER, Lovey JASPER; Registered April 23, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 68] June 15, 1789 - I Thomas BERNARD for the sum of £100 paid to me by Thomas MERCER for a parcel of land I bought of John LEACHFIELD. Beginning at the Sound side to the Northward of the house binding at the Sound side with the land of Mrs. Margret JONES thence Westwardly binding with her line to the Exter or part of land thence South through the swamp to Jesse PERRIES corner thence Eastward binding with Jesse PERRY to the Sound side thence binding North course to the Sounds to the first station including the house, yard, pond & apple orchard containing 200 acres.  Witness Thos. HEATH, John LITCHFIELD; Registered March 1, 1790  -- March 1, 1790 - The following assignment was on the back of the fore going Deed.  Know all men that I Thos. MERCER do assign unto Thos. BERNARD all the Rite Title etc. of the within contents for the sum of £100.  Witness Will. MERCER, Jas. PHILLIPS; Registered April 23, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 69-70] Sept. 3, 1789 - I William WROTEN for the sum of £50 paid to me by Aaron PADRICK for a certain parcel of land lying on North River on the North side of my land. Beginning at the main road then running & binding Lamuel RUSSELL land to Thos. SANDERSON’S line then running with SANDERSON’S South line on the River side SANDERSON’S & WROTEN’S corner then running South Easterly course binding with Branch on the side of COROWIN’S field various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Moses MILLER, Thos. CHANDLER; Registered April 24, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 70] Jan. 30, 1790 - I Willis ETHERIDGE for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which I bear unto my Two Sons James & William ETHERIDGE & for the better maintenance & preferment of them. I doth give and grant unto James ETHERIDGE 313 acres of land where he now lives it being the land I bought of Thos. MILLER deceased and Amos ETHERIDGE deceased which he is now in possession of, I also confirm unto my Son James my Still & all the utanshals belonging to her. I also confirm unto my Son William ETHERIDGE 100 acres of land where he now lives which he is in possession of which is in Thos. LOWTHERN patent which Colo. John WOODHOUSE & James BISSEO & Willis DAUGE Deeds to me.  Witness Evan MILLER, Mae? MILLER; Registered April 24, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 70-71] Jan 18, 1790 - I Edward WOOLRIDGE & Lydia my Wife of the County of Norfolk Virginia for the sum of £80 paid to me by Jonathan WILLIAMSON for a parcel of land lying near Moyock Mill. Beginning at Thos. WOMSLEY’S various courses to Silas BRIGHT’S line various courses to the first station containing 30 acres.  Witness John Paine SARGENT, J. GRANNIS, Thos. FEREBEE; Registered April 26, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 71] [no date given] - I William WHIDBEE of Hatterass Banks for the sum of £15 paid to me by Robert BURRUS for one certain messuage of land on Hatterass Banks containing 50 acres. Beginning at the Westerly corner that divides betwixt Cleasby SCARBOROUGH and Robert BURRUS running the courses of the patent to the Sea side thence along the Sea Side Hills to a post which divides betwixt Robert BURRUS & William WHIDBEE various courses to the first station.   Witness Hezekiah FARROW, Thos. AUSTIN; Registered April 27, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 72] Aug. 12, 1788 - I Thomas SANDERSON SEN. & Susanna my Wife for the sum of £40 paid to me by Thomas JARVES for a certain piece of land lying on Dews Quarter Island between the land of Ann SANDERSON & William RUSSELL. Beginning various courses binding on Sound Side and Ann SANDERSON containing 46 acres. Witness Thos. POYNER, Ann SANDERSON; Registered May 4, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 72-73] Sept. 7, 1789 - I Peter CULPEPPER Planter & Mary my Wife for the sum of £50 paid to me by Nathan ETHERIDGE for a parcel of land lying in the Back Woods of Moyock. Beginning in William POWERS line with his line to Lewis COX’S corner various to a corner formerly called Malachi OVERTON’S line with his line to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Caleb ETHERIDGE, Edward DOUGHTY JUN.; Registered May 4, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 73] Nov. 16, 1789 - I Nathan ETHERIDGE Planter & Kesia my Wife for the sum of £40 paid to me by James POWERS for a parcel of land lying in the Back Woods of Moyock. Beginning at Malachi OVERTON’S line South to Lewis COX’S line North to William POWERS line thence North to Malachi OVERTON’S line then East to first station supposed to contain 17 acres.  Witness Edward DOUGHTY, Isaac HUBBARD; Registered May 4, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 73-74] Oct. 19, 1789 - I Abraham LITCHFIELD & Mary my Wife for the sum of £55 paid to me by Thomas WHITE for a piece of land being part of the land that my Father formerly owned. Beginning at the edge of North River Swamp at the Northward end of land at a tree that divids Thomas WHITE & said land then Eastwardly course binding WHITE’S line to the ????? part afsd. line to Thomas POYNER’S line Southerly with his line to Robert GIBSON’S corner the Son of David various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Thos. HEATH, David GIBSON; Registered May 4, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 74]  Dec. 25, 1789 - I John BERRY for the sum of £45 paid to me by Mary THOMSON Widow, for a certain piece of land containing 60 acres. 35 acres is taken out of Luke WHITE’S patent dated Oct. 2, 1712 and adjoining on Labin SMITH’S & William MONCREEF’S land the other 25 acres is taken out of a patent granted to Evan MILLER lying on the other side of the road adjoining the other parcel of land.  Witness Josiah NICHOLSON, Wm. BERRY, John THOMSON; Registered May 5, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 74-75] Feb. 24, 1785 - James OWENS sold to Edw. TAYLOR, both of Currituck, for £30, 75 acres of land and marsh ofw (?) miles of Currituck Inlett; adjoins Willoby MORRISS (?) land.  /s/ James (x) OWENS. Witnesses, A. SIMMONS, William (x) SMITH; March Term, 1790.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 75] Sept. 5, 1789 - I Phillip NORTHERN & Charity my Wife for the sum of £100 paid to me by Isaiah PARR for One certain tract of land lying near Cowinjock Chappell. Beginning in Azrikam PARKER’S line with his line various courses to Beaver Dam Swamp thence with PARKER’S line to the first station containing 100 acres.   Witness John NORTHERN, Leaven DUNTON; Registered May 7, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 76] Mar. 22, 1790 - I Abner LAMB am held and firmly bound unto John H. SLEGHT and of the City of New York Merchants, in the full & just sum of 1354 Spanish dollars. The condition of the obligation is such that Abner LAMB do well & truly pay or cause to be paid John H. SLEIGHT & Jacob BORRUM the just sum of 677 Spanish Dollars or the value thereof or any Merchcantable Lumber or Country produce delivered at New York at the current prices on or before July 15 next, then the above obligation to be void.  Witness Thos. YOUNGHUSBAND, John KETCHIM; Registered June 10, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 76] May 2, 1789 - John LITCHFIELD sold to Jesse PERRY a plantation that John LITCHFIELD's father lived on. Witnesses, Jonathan TAYLOR and Thos. HEATH. Proved on oath of Jonathan TAYLOR. December Term, 1789.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 76-77] May 8, 1790 - I Auston SCARBOROUGH of Cape Hatterass Planter, & Betty his Wife for the sum £20 paid to me by William BALLANCE for a certain pasel of land on Hatterass Banks containing 100 acres the Southward end. Bound on the Oyster Shell Banks line & the Eastward side bounding on William HOWARD’S line including house and plantation.  Witness John BALLANCE, William MILLER; Registered July 27, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 77] June 29, 1789 - Chisbey SCARBOROUGH sold to Elizabeth DRING land adjoined by Stephen BROOKS and John SMITH. /s/ Chisbey SCARBOROUGH. Witnesses: Major CLARK and Caleb TAYLOR. June Term, 1790.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 78] June 1, 1790 - I William PUGH SEN. of Chickmicomaco for the love and affection I bear toward my loving Son William PUGH JUN. I have given and granted unto him a certain tract of land lying on Chicknicomaco. Beginning various courses of my land to the Sea & Sound Between me and Thomas PAINE line the intent being to conclude 50 acres.  Witness John FLOWER, Banister MIDYETT, John PUGH; Registered July 28, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 78] June 1, 1790 - I William PUGH SEN. of Chickmicomaco for the love and affection which I bear unto my loving Son John PUGH have given and granted unto him a certain parcel of land lying on Chickmicomaco. Beginning East to the Sea and West to the Sound the South and between me and John MIDYETT line the intent being to conclude 50 acres.  Witness John FLOWER, Banister MIDYETT, William PUGH; Registered July 28, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 79] May 20, 1789 - Daniel MIDYETT of Currituck County sold to William DANIEL, JUN'R. of Currituck County, for £19, a tract of land lying on Bodies Island known by the name of Patricks Hamock, bounded by William DANIEL and the seaside. Wit: Banister MIDYETT, John PUGH.  /s/ Daniel MIDYETT

[Deed Book 6, pg. 79] Jan. 9, 1790 - William DANIEL, JUN'R. of Currituck County sold to John CUDWORTH of Currituck County, for £35, a tract of land lying on Roanoke Island beginning at Gideon DANIEL's land and adjoining Joseph DANIEL, James BOWSER, William MIDYETT and Samuel DANIEL containing 100 acres.  Wit: Banister MIDYETT, William PUGH.  /s/ Wm. DANIEL, JUN'R.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 80] Nov. 6, 1789 - I William DANIEL for the sum of £20 paid to me by James BOWSER for a sartain piece of land lying on Ronoak Island on the East side of James BOWSER. Beginning on the East side of Ronoak Island at Broad Creek on Joseph DANIELS North line running along the Creek by various courses of the Creek to William MIDYETT line then West up the line to the side of Murkel Branch to Joseph DANIEL’S line running along his line to Broad Creek to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Gideon DANIEL, William DANIEL; Registered July 29, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 80] Sept. 13, 1789 - I Peter BAUM of the County of Camden for the sum of £30 paid to me by Josiah HARRISON for a parcel of land lying on Powels Point. Beginning a corner tree of Caleb DOWDY’S land running various courses to HALL’S line thence with his line to the first station containing 30 acres.  Witness Joshua HARRISON, William FORBES, Caleb DOWDAY; Registered July 29, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 80-81] June 3, 1790 - I William FORBES for the sum of £25 paid to me by Josiah HARRISON for a piece of land lying on Powels Point. Beginning at HARRISON’S land thence running Southwest to a corner of FORBES land then Northwest to Caleb DOWDY’S line along his line to a corner of HARRISON’S land then South to the first station containing 20 acres.  Witness Joshua HARRISON, Caleb AYDELOTT; Registered July 29, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 81] May 21, 1790 - Christopher MIDYETT, JUN'R. of Hatteras Banks sold to Christopher O'NEEL, SEN'R. of Chickamicomack, for £100, a parcel of land lying on Chickamacomack beginning at Joseph MIDYETT, dec'd., north line and containing 50 acres.  Wit: William DANIEL.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 82] Dec. 8, 1789 - I Isaac FARROW for and in consideration of the Love & Effaction that I bear unto my Son Abraham FARROW have given and granted unto him a messuage of land situate on Hatterass Banks. Beginning on the plains Then West on the South side of the High Hill Creek various courses to the place of beginning so that shall be compleately 50 acres. It being part of a patent No. 312 that was granted to Henry BLAKE May 4, 1769, as may appear by Deed out of patent from Rosamon PERKINS to Isaac FARROW SEN.  Witness John FLOWER, William MILLER, Francis FARROW; Registered July 31, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 82-83] Dec. 7, 1789 - I Isaac FARROW for and in consideration of the Love & Effection that I bear unto my Son Jacob FARROW do give and grant unto him forever One certain messuage of land situated on Hatterass Banks. Beginning at a post that divides William ROLLERSON and Patrick CALEHON survey formerly surveyed for Anne McCAION? Various courses to William ROLLISON line from his line to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness William MILLER, Francis FARROW, John FLOWER; Registered July 31, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 83] Aug. 11, 1789 - I Henry SIKES for the sum of £8 paid to me by Randel JOHNSON SEN. for a parcel of land joining a place known by the name of the Fish Pond Run various courses to the first station to contain 50 acres.  Witness Joshua GARD, Thos. JONES ; Registered Aug. 2, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 83] May 6, 1790 - I James WOODHOUSE of the County of Princess Anne Virginia for the sum of £2 10 Shillings paid to me by Thomas ATWOOD of Princess Anne County Virginia, for a parcel of land containing 50 acres of marsh land lying in the County of Currituck. It being part of a patent granted unto Charles WILLIAMS deceased in the year 1718. Beginning at Ceder Creek & running the patent line till it shall include 50 acres to the Fresh Pond Bay.  Witness John WILLIAMS, Elias WILLIAMS; Registered Aug. 2, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 84] May 25, 1790 - I Thomas DUNKIN Planter of Hatterass Banks for the sum of £5 paid to me by John BURRUS Planter of Hatterass Banks for a parcel of land lying on Hatterass Banks containing 24 acres.   Witness Hezekiah FARROW, Joseph FARROW, Reuben BURRUS; Registered Aug. 2, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 84] Feb. 20, 1790 - I Willis ETHERIDGE for the Natural love and affection which I bear unto my Beloved Sons James ETHERIDGE & William ETHERIDGE do give and grant unto them all and singular my negroes as followeth: Argail a man, Will a boy, Oen a boy, Charles a boy, Tabb a woman, Kezia a woman, Cate a girl, Sarah a girl, Dinia a girl, Lovey a girl, Betty a girl & the youngest child a girl.  Witness Jesse HOLSTEAD, Agness MORRIS; Registered Aug. 4, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 85] May 25, 1790 - I John BURRUS of Hatterass Banks for the sum of £5 paid to me by Thomas DUNKIN of Hatterass Banks for a parcel of land situate on Hatterass Banks containing 16 acres.   Witness Hezekiah FARROW, Joseph FARROW, Rueben BURRUS; Registered Aug. 4, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 85-86] Oct. 1, 1789 - I Bartholmew MURREY for the sum of £10  Silver money paid to me by Jacob LITCHFIELD SEN. for 4 acres of land lying on Knots Island, lying on the East end of William DUDLEY’S land. Together with rails, timber, & firewood of William DUDLEY’S land to support the above 4 Acres of land. Beginning at the corner between William DUDLEY & Eli SMITH running near East down SMITH’S line to Jacob LITCHFIELD SEN. line various courses along LITCHFIELD’S lines to a peach tree joining William DUDLEY’S corner various courses to the first station.   Witness Malachi JONES, Jacob LITCHFIELD, John LITCHFIELD; Registered Aug. 4, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 86] June 7, 1790 - I Kedar MULDER Sheriff having been commanded by the Court of Pleas & Quarter Session by Writ of Fire Facias which has directed me to cause the sum of £14, 11 shillings & 3 Pence out of the goods chattles and lands of Edward TAYLOR which Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND lately recovered him. In obedience I entered and took into possession a certain tract of land whereon Edward TAYLOR now resides known by name of Manor plantation containing 500 acres. The land is situated on Cowinjock Shore bounded beginning binding on James DUGLASS line to Asahel SIMMONS line thence along Thos. TAYLOR’S old patent line on the West Swamp thence along patent line to Jonathan TAYLOR’S line Eastward along his line various courses to the first station. On May 29, 1790 at Publick Vandue when and where appeared Benjamin TAYLOR and bid the sum of £3 5 Shillings & was the highest bidder. By virtue of Writ I Kedar MULDER have granted and conveyed the above mentioned land unto the said Benjamin TAYLOR.  Witness Thomas HEATH, Elijah ANDERSON; Registered Aug. 4, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 86-87] May 22, 1790 - I Jeremiah SEXTON of Camden County for the sum of £100 hard money paid to me by Lewis COX for a certain tract of land in the Back Woods of Moyock. Beginning in a placed called Nick Swamp various courses to William POWER’S land various courses to Nathan ETHERIDGE’S line then along his line North course binding ETHERIDGE & James POWERS land various courses to the first station supposed to contain 100 acres.    Witness James NICHOLS, Edward DOUGHTY JUN.; Registered Aug. 5, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 87] May 19, 1790 - I John SANDERSON for the sum of £42 and 10 shillings paid to me by Benjamin WILSON for a negro gairl named Briget 16 years old.  Witness Daniel LINDSEY, Keziah LITCHFIELD  ; Registered Aug. 5, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 87-88] April 22, 1790 - I James CHAPLIN for the sum of £8 paid to me by William CHAPLIN forever a parcel of land. Beginning at Broad Neck Point on Albermarl Sound thence Easterly along the Swamp side to John McCOY’S line various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Thos. JARVES, Josiah WHITEHURST, John McCOY; Registered Aug. 7, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 88] July 1, 1789 - I John LEWIS for the sum of £140 paid to me by John HUMPHRIES for one negro man named Owen, one mare & colt, one case of drawers, one desk, two tables, one safe & furniture, two beds & furniture, one matress and the bed steads, one loom, one chist, one trunk, one looking glass, one woman’s & one man’s ?????? two bridles, two tea kitles, one coffee pot, one iron pott, two cases with bottles, five hundred wt. of flax, one tub, one pail, three pigons, one can, one coffee mill, one large suger canister, one pare of stil ards, one small komb, one copper skillet, Twenty Six pieces? of crockery ware, six pewter plats, nine chirs, one pair flat irons, one linen wheel, one wooling wheel, one pare of hand irons, two hogs, all my corn & follow now growing & knives & forsus & all & singular my other property.  Test. Griffith DAUGE; Registered Aug. 7, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 88-89] Nov. 12, 1788 - I Richard DAUGE & Rachel my Wife for the sum of £50 paid to me by James BRENT forever a messuage of land. Beginning at James JARVES line Southwardly binding on his line to Moses FANSHAW’S land along his line to Amos ETHERIDGE’S line Westwardly along his line to James BRINTS land along is line to the division line between Elias DAUGE & Richard DAUGE Eastwardly along division line to the first station containing 50 acres.    Witness Elias DAUGE, Wm. FEREBEE, Wm. SIMMONS, Embly BUNNILL; Registered Aug. 7, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 89] Mar. 1, 1790 - I Lewis WILLIAMS for the sum of £20 paid to me by Thomas IVES for a certain parcel of swamp land. Beginning at the North West part of Timothy IVES old patent land various courses to William HOLLOWAY’S swamp land various courses to the first station containing 71 acres.  Witness Sam. SALYEAR JUN., John ALLSEN; Registered Aug. 9, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 89-90] Dec. 19, 1789 - I Adam POYNER SEN. & Dina my Wife for the natural love and effection which I have and bear unto my beloved Son Peter POYNER do give and grant unto him forever the North side of my land & plantation whereon I now live. Beginning at a large pine between George FISHER & myself running to Joel POYNER & BAXTER’S line then along Joel POYNER’S line various courses to Samuel ONEEL’S line along his line to the first station containing 60 acres. I Adam POYNER SEN. do reserve to myself & my Wife Dina our natural live in the land & premises above said.  Witness Lamb. TAYLOR, Edw. ????, Josiah NICHOLSON; Registered Aug. 9, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 90] Sept. 10, 1789 - I Griffith DAUGE for the sum of £100 paid to me by William FEREBEE for a negro woman called Nan aged 16 years.  Witness Thomas P. WILLIAMS; Registered Aug. 9, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 90] Mar. 23, 1790 - I John DAUGE of Camden County for the sum of £100 paid to me by William FEREBEE for one negroe man by the name of Sip aged 40 years.  Witness Thos. STANLEY, Mary BELL; Registered Aug. 9, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 91] Oct. 13, 1788 - I John WALMSLEY for the sum of £250 paid to me by William FEREBEE for a certain Mill & Mill Stream known the name of Lee’s Mill together with 4 acres of land thereto appertaining. Bounded in the Deed of Sale made by BROOKS & BIGGS to WALMSLEY.  Witness Joseph FEREBEE, Thos. P. WILLIAMS; Registered Aug. 10, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 91] Mar. 13, 1790 - I JONATHAN LUFMAN & ESEBELL my Wife for the sum of 20 Shillings paid to me by Samuel LEE for a certain piece of land joining the North side of Samuel LEE’S land whereon he now lives beginning at LEE’S line various courses to contain 1 acre.  Witness Jesse SIMMONS, Henry CREED; Registered Aug. 10, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 92] July 12, 1790 - I Malachi OVERTON & Abigail my Wife of the County of Perquimans for the sum of £50 paid to me by Willis POWERS for one certain tract of land situate in the Back Woods of Moyock. Beginning in Matthias ETHERIDGE’S line various courses to Nathan ETHERIDGE’S line thence a Westerly course along ETHERIDGE’S & James POWERS line to William POWERS line thence a Northerly course to the first station supposed to contain 50 acres.  Witness Caleb ETHERIDGE, James POWERS, Edward DOUGHTY JUN.; Registered Oct. 29, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 92-93] Sept. 7, 1789 - I Malachi OVERTON Planter & Abigail my Wife of the County of Currituck for the sum of £50 paid to me by Nathan ETHERIDGE for one certain tract of land situated in the. Beginning at Solomon ETHERIDGE’S corner thence binding on the Light Swamp to John BRIGHT’S corner binding on BRIGHT’S line & POWERS line to the first station to contain 50 acres.  Witness Caleb ETHERIDGE, Edward DOUGHTY JUN.; Registered Oct. 29, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 93]  Aug. 5, 1790 - I Laban HILL of the State of Maryland for the sum of £60 paid to me by Joseph POYNER for all that tract of land lying in Currituck containing 80 acres. Beginning at Gordens Creek various courses to Peter FEREBEE’S line various courses to Bray’s Creek along the main Creek & up Gorden’s Creek to the first station.  Witness Willis ETHERIDGE, Agness MORRIS; Registered Oct. 30, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 94]  Aug. 3, 1789 - I Joseph GAMEWELL & Esther my Wife for the sum of £20 paid to me by John GRANT for one tract of land containing 5 and 20 acres lying on Powels Point. Beginning on the swamp side a Northly course by GRANTS line to GAMEWELL’S line thence running an Eastly course along JAME’S line various courses to the first station.  Witness A. Driver GREVES, Ann BARCO; Registered Oct. 30, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 94]  Dec. 28, 1789 - I Jacob DOWDY for the sum of £12 and 10 Shillings paid to me by Josiah DOWDY for a certain piece of land lying on the Sand Banks known by the name of Peter Quarter between the gut at Long Marsh known by the name of Jones Marsh & Benjamin SANDERSON’S line running an Easterly course to Sea side along the sea as much as will make 50 acres thence Westerly course to Currituck Sound along the Sound to the first station.  Witness John WHITECAR, Thos. ODOWDY; Registered Oct. 30, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 95]  Nov. 23, 1789 - I Alexander Leg’d. WHITEHALL for the sum of £30 paid to me by Joice SHANNEN for a piece of land adjoining the land of Lemuel SIMMONS. Beginning at Lemuel SIMMONS corner & running Southerly to Joseph EVAN’S line Easterly binding EVAN’S line to Thomas JARVES line Northerly binding his line to Lemuel SIMMONS line Westerly binding SIMMONS line to the first station containing 50 acres. Witness Ezekiel ROWLINGS, William CHANDLER; Registered Nov. 1, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 95-96]  Aug. 31, 1790 - I Parker SWINDEL for the sum of £10 paid to me by Henry ETHERIDGE for a certain parsel of land situate in the Back Woods. Beginning various courses to the old patent line called Daniel McCOY’S running along patent line to William BRIGHT’S line running down his line to the Great Swamp along the Great Swamp to the first station containing 100 acres.  Witness John NORTHERN, Peter CULPEPPER; Registered Nov. 1, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 96]  Aug. 31, 1790 - I Elizabeth FARROW of Cape Hatterass Banks for the sum of £8 cash paid to me by Thomas FARROW Planter, for a parcel of land. Beginning in his corner running to the upper end of my line with my line to Thomas FARROW line to conclude 20 acres. Witness Alex. WHITEHALL, Thomas HEATH; Registered Nov. 1, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 96-97]  Sept. 3, 1790 - I Wateman BEASLEY Planter, for the sum of £6  10 Shillings paid to me by Solomon ASHBEE of Roanoak Island for a parcel of land containing 25 acres. Binding on the line of Solomon ASHBEE and Jacob BEASLEY.  Witness Alex. WHITEHALL, Thomas HEATH; Registered Nov. 1, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 97] Aug. 30, 1790 - We John WOOLAND and Samuel WOOLAND of Tyrrell County for the sum of £10 paid to us by John DOUGH for a messuage of land lying on the North Banks, which land is described in a patent date July 12, 1725 granted to John NORTON containing in the whole patent 400 acres.  Witness Isaac TILLETT, J. PHILLIPS; Registered Nov. 2, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 97]  June 1790 - Lucy SANDERSON and William CHANDLER the one part and Thomas YOUNHUSBAND Esq. of the other part. Lucy SANDERSON & William CHANDLER for the sum of £31 & 10 shillings paid by Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND Esq. At a pine in John SANDERSON, SEN. line, easterly a line of marked trees binding on said John SANDERSON land to Henry GIPSONs land. Southerly by a line of marked trees binding on Henry GIPSONs land to Jermiah RUMs(?) land, westerly line of marked binding on Jeremiah RUMs land to John SANDERSON, SEN. containing 63 acres.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 98]  Sept. 7, 1790 - I Elizabeth LINDSEY for the sum of £50 paid to me by Thomas POYNER for a certain tract of land situate at Popler Branch being 1/3 part of the land given by Thomas LURRY to John LURRY by Deed of Gift bearing date 1721 & desending to Mary, Rebekah and Elizabeth LURRY Daughters and coheirs of John LURRY deceased a plan of the land from under the hand of Francis WILLIAMSON the surveyour containing 117 acres.   Witness Wm. FEREBEE, John WALMSLEY; Registered Nov. 3, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 98-99]  Aug. 23, 1790 - I Bethiah BIGGS of Edge Comb County for the sum of £75 paid to me by Francis MORSE for a parcel of land. Beginning at the corner of the land at the Percoson at Henry BALLENTINE line along his line to Daniel LEE’S line running his line to William LEE’S line along his line to Brickhouse BELL line along his line to the road to a branch then running down the branch to the first station containing 75 acres.  Witness Samuel SIMMONS, Wm. SIMMONS; Registered Nov. 3, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 99]  Dec. 7, 1789 - I Kedar MULDER Sheriff whereas a Writ of Fire Facias issued out of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Session has commanded me to cause the sum of £13 out of the goods chattles and land of Edward TAYLOR which Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND lately recovered against TAYLOR. In obedience of Writ I Kedar MULDER Sheriff did enter and take into possession a tract of land known by the 2nd Entry of Cypress Swamp lying to the Westward of Joseph Taylor. Beginning at Benjamin TAYLOR’S line running to Colo. HARNEY’S Entry along his Entry to the first station containing 100 acres. On Dec. 17, 1789 at Publick vandue when and where Thomas MERCER did appear and bid the sum of £8 which was the highest bid. By virtue of the Writ I Kedar MULDER Sheriff have granted and conveyed unto Thomas MERCER the above mentioned land.  Witness Thos. FEREBEE; Registered Nov. 3, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 100]  Sept. 8, 1790 - I Kedar MULDER Sheriff whereas a Writ of Fire Facias issued out of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Session has commanded me to cause the sum of £31 17 shillings & 7 Pence out of the goods, chattles and land of Thomas HAYMAN Esq. deceased in the hands of John SIMMONS Executor which lately Abraham WORMINGTON recovered against him. I Kedar MULDER Sheriff in obedience of Writ did enter and take into possession a certain track of land lying in Moyock District. Beginning the main road corner of MAYS & HAYMAN then South along Forkers Road then to the Great Swamp then Easterly to Thomas ELISON’S line along his line to the main road along main road to first station containing 200 acres and is known by the name of NICKINS land. On Aug. 26, 1789 at Publick Vandue where and when appeared John NORTHERN did appear and bid the sum of £26 and was the best bidder, by virtue of Writ I Kedar MULDER Sheriff have given granted and conveyed the above mention land unto John NORTHERN.  Witness Jesse SIMMONS, Jon. WILLIAMSON; Registered Nov. 4, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 101]  Mar. 2, 1789 - I William MUNCREEF & Martha my Wife for the sum of £150 paid to me by Samuel FEREBEE for all that messuage of land whereon I now live. Binding on the lands of Jos. BAXTER & William WALKER and the lands of John THOMPSON, the lands of Laban SMITH to the North River Swamp along the swamp to the first station containing 100 acres.  Witness Isles SIMMONS, William MACKEY; Registered Nov. 4, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 101-102]  June 8, 1789 - I James ANSELL Son and heir of Nathan ANSELL one of Sons and heirs of John ANSELL from whom the conveyed premises wore left to Caleb ANSELL as Tenant after the Death of Caleb decended to the Brothers, the Sons of said John equally.  I James ANSELL for the sum of £100 paid to me by Caleb ANSELL for a tract of land that come to me by decent from the death of my deceased Father Nathan ANSELL one of the Sons and heirs of John ANSELL. Lying on Knots Island a tract of land that John ANSELL and Caleb ANSELL his Son in their time lived on containing 300 acres, the 1/5 part being 60 acres.  Witness Willis BALLANCE, Caleb BELL; Registered Nov. 4, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 102]  Mar. 1, 1790 - I Timothy IVES SEN. for the natural love and affection that I have and bear unto Robert Jarves WILLIAMS also for the sum of 20 Shillings have given and granted unto him a parcel of swamp land lying upon the back of Lewis WILLIAMS land various courses to the first station Capt. TAYLOR’S line containing 30 acres of swamp land.   Witness Saml. SALYEAR JUN., John ALLEN; Registered Nov. 5, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 102-103]  Sept. 4, 1790 - I Elizabeth KING of Chowan County, Executrix of the Last Will & Testament of Thomas King , deceased, for and in consideration of a bond given to me by William FEREBEE on June 9 last, for the sum of £207 and 10 Shillings payable Dec. 9 next. I have given granted and sell unto William FEREBEE forever one negro woman called Tishe & 3 negro boys children of Tishes called by the names of Arthur, Lem & Marsh.   Witness John LITTLE, J. HAMILTON; Registered Nov. 5, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 103]  Sept. 4, 1790 - I Elizabeth KING of Chowan County, Executrix of the Last Will & Testament of Thomas KING, deceased, for and in consideration of a bond given to me by Elizabeth FEREBEE for the sum of £96 6 Shillings payable December 9 next have given and granted unto Elizabeth FEREBEE a negro boy called George.  Witness John LITTLE, J. HAMILTON; Registered Nov. 5, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 103-104]  Nov. 11, 1787 - Know ye that for the sum of £10  for every 100 acres hereby granted paid into our Treasury by Samuel SALYEAR Junior a tract of land containing 106 Six acres lying on the Narrows Shore. Beginning in Samuel JARVES new patten and Randolph JONES various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying to us such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Samuel SALYEAR Junior causes this grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months of date hereof.  /s/ Richard CASWELL Esquire our Governor . The afore going Patent came to my hand Nov. 16, 1790 is registered the 17 Instant.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 104, 104a & 105]  June, 28, 1748 - I John Earle GRANVILLE Viscount Carter and Baron Carteret for and in consideration of 3 Shillings paid by Richard William SILVESTER Planter of Tyrrell County, have granted unto him all that piece of land situate in the County of Tyrrell. Beginning at Stumpy Point Lake various courses to the first station containing in the whole 100 acres. Yielding and paying yearly & every year forever unto John Earl GRANVILLE the fee of 4 Shillings Proclamation Money which is the rate of 3 Shillings sterling or 4 Shillings Proclamation for every 100 acres to be paid at either the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, or the feast of St. Michal the Archangel as shall first happen in every year by even & equal portions. Also within 3 years of date hereof clear & cultivate at the rate of 3 acres for every 100 acres of the said premises and so on from 3 years to 3 years for the space of 21 years from date hereof. In case he shall omit to clear and cultivate at above rate & years in such case he will in lieu thereof erect and build a good dwelling house on some part of the premises hereby granted and also keep a stock of cattle on premises at the rate of 5 head for every 100 acres. If he should fail to pay yearly rent or erect a dwelling or keep stock of cattle then premises shall be reentered.  Witness William SHERGOLD, Richard McCLURE, E. MOSELEY, Robt. HOLTON.  This foregoing Deed of Grant is Registered Dec. 10, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 105]  Nov. 5, 1787 - No. 95 - I Richard CASWELL for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Robert POYNER for a tract of land containing 22 ½ acres. Beginning at Robert POYNOR’S old corner running East to Ebenezer TAYLOR’S line along his line West to WALKER’S old patent along his line various courses to James RYAN’S line various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Robert POYNER shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Rd. CASWELL.  This afore going Patent comes to my hand Dec. 27, 1790 and is recorded the 28th Instent. Test. Willis ETHERIDGE Pub. Register

[Deed Book 6, pg. 106]  Sept. 23, 1785 - No. 84 - I Richard CASWELL for the sum of 50 Shillings for every 100 acres of land hereby granted paid into our Treasury by Humphrey POYNER have granted unto him a tract of land containing 35 One road 14 pole acres lying near Buckskins. Beginning at a line that divids Humphrey POYNER and James HUGHS various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Humphrey POYNER shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Rd. CASWELL.  This afore going patent comes to my hand Dec. 28, 1790 is recorded the same day. Test. Willis Etheridge Pub. Register

[Deed Book 6, pg. 106]  Nov. 19, 1790 - No. 130 - Know ye that for the sum of £10  for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by George FISHER for a tract of land containing 249 acres situate in Cowinjock in the Great Swamp. Beginning at Josiah NICHOLSON’S corner with his line to Colo. HARNEY’S line along his line to North River various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that George FISHER shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN. This afore going patent is Registered Dec. 29, 1790

[Deed Book 6, pg. 107]  Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 128 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by William ETHERIDGE for a tract of land containing 50 acres situate near the Court House, beginning at Charles PRESCOAT’S patent line various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that William ETHERIDGE shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN.  This afore going Patent is Registered Jan. 4, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 107-108]  Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 123 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Caleb & William BALLANCE  for a tract of land containing 69 ½ acres situate near Cowinjock Bay. Beginning on the swamp side in John BALLANCE’S patent line various courses to BURTON’S line then Southeast at BRABBLE’S line various courses to Armstead SOLES line & John BRABBLE’S corner then Southwest to Thos. PARKER’S corner then Southwest to the swamp along the swamp to the first station.  Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Caleb & William BALLANCE  shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN.  This afore going Patent is Registered Jan. 8, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 108] Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 114 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Benjamin TAYLOR for a tract of land containing 83 acres near Cowinjock Bay joining Benjamin TAYLOR’S land and Samuel EDEY’S. Beginning at the edge of the road that leads to Churches Island running with the road various courses to Samuel EDEY’S corner then to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Benjamin TAYLOR shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN.  This afore going Patent is Registered Jan. 18, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 108] Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 110 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Edward TAYLOR for a tract of land containing 79 acres near Cowinjock Bay and joining his old patent various courses to a corner between him and Benjamin TAYLOR’S then to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Edward TAYLOR shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN.  This afore going Patent is Registered Jan. 18, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 109] Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 132 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Abraham LITCHFIELD for a tract of land containing 222 acres lying on the mouth of North River. Beginning on Cow Island various courses then binding on Joseph ENNAL’S line Northwest to the swamp then to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Abraham LITCHFIELD shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN.  This afore going Patent is Registered Jan. 18, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 109] Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 124 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by John BRABBLE for a tract of land containing 30 acres near Cowing Jock Bay. Beginning at the East end of William ROSSES patent running Northeast to John TATTUM’S along his line various courses to William THOMSON & John DOXEY’S corner along Thomson’s line various courses to Armstead SOLES line along his line to a corner between Caleb BALANCE, Armstead SOLES & BRABBLE’S various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that John BRABBLE shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN.  This afore going Patent is Registered Jan. 20, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 110] Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 113 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Nathan HALL for a tract of land containing 156 acres near Powells Point. Beginning on the Sound side joining Spence HALL’S older patent from thence to Tarkel Point patent various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Nathan HALL shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN.  This afore going patent is Registered Jan. 27, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 110] Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 126 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Caleb WALKER for a tract of land containing 107 acres situate in Cowinjock District. Beginning at Hilary PARKER’S line then to BAXTER’S line various courses to FISHER’S and POYNER’S line various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Caleb WALKER shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN.  This afore going Patent is Registered Jan. 27, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 111] Aug. 4, 1790 - Received of Capt. Laban HILL the sum of £12 & 2 Shillings and 5 Pence being Clerks, Sheriffs, Attorney fees, Lazarus LINTON witness Ticket & £5 balance of Abraham BAUM’S judgment which he recovered against HILL on account of a negro sold by HILL to BAUM.   /s/ Wm.. FEREBEE Clk. Court.  I do hereby certify that Capt. Laban HILL has this day above mentioned fully satisfied & paid me for what money I Doaned on account of the land he bought of Jonathan LUFFMAN & I do not lay any claim to the said land.  /s/ Wm. FEREBEE.  Registered Jan. 27, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 111] Sept. 18, 1790 - I Thomas BERNARD & Elizabeth my Wife for the sum of £550 paid to me by Jesse SANDERSON for a piece of land lying on the Eastward side of North River Swamp being the particular piece of land that Samuel BERNARD dec’d sold to his Son Carter BERNARD dec’d. Beginning on North River Swamp side adjoining the land of Jesse BERNARD Dec’d now his orphans Peter BERNARD thence Eastward binding with orphans land to Robert BERNARD land & line as far as the bounds of land extents thence to Griffith GREGORY JUN. dec’d land line thence binding with Griffith GREGORY SEN. to a corner near North River Swamp thence to the first station containing 200 acres.   Witness Thos. HEATH, Thos. POYNER; Registered Jan, 29, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 111-112] Sept. 18, 1790 - I Jesse SANDERSON and Mary my Wife for the sum of £250 paid to me by Thomas BERNARD for a parcel of land being the Ridge Land bequeath to Jesse SANDERSON in his Father’s LWT. Beginning on North River Swamp side running Eastwardly course binding with the land & line of Richard SANDERSON dec’d across the main road to the Eastward Swamp side thence Northwardly binding with Swamp to Benjamin POYNER’S line various courses to the first station containing 150 acres.  Witness Thos. HEATH, Thos. POYNER; Registered Jan. 31, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 112-113] Sept. 18, 1790 - I Jesse SANDERSON & Mary my Wife for the sum of £300 paid to me by Thomas BERNARD for piece of land on the Currituck Sound being part of the land formerly belong to Benjamin SANDERSON dec’d. Beginning on the Sound side at a Gut Stallions Cutt running a Westwardly course to the road leads from Poplar Branch to Parker’s Creek thence Southwardly binding with road to Joseph ODOWAY’S line binding his line to the Sound thence Northwardly by binding with the Sound side to the first station containing 100 acres.  Witness Thos. HEATH, Thos. POYNER; Registered Jan. 31, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 113] Feb. 17, 1879 - I Benjamin CRABB for the sum of £100 paid to me by Jesse SIMMONS for all that land that I bought of Marget BARBER. Beginning near Poyner’s Swamp along Jesse SIMMONS’S layn various courses to Francis WILLIAMSON’S line then to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Tellemachus SHERGOLD, Wm. SIMMONS; Registered Feb. 1, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 113] Nov. 27, 1789 - Samuel EADY to Benjamin TAYLOR SEN.,, both of Currituck, for £140, 75 acres in Currituck "bounded as follows beginning at a pine standing on the North Side of the head of the bay Road at the North East corner of the land that the said Benjamin TAYLOR now lives . . .", also bounded by William NICHOLSON's patent. /s/ Saml EDY.  Witnesses, Reuben BALL and Joshua BALL. December Term, 1790. Registered February 1, 1791.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 114] Nov. 9, 1790 - I Lucias WILLIAMS for the sum of £10 paid to me by William HOLLOWAY for a certain parcel of land containing 64 acres. Beginning in JARVES line a corner between WILLIAMS & HOLLOWAY running a Westerly course to Doctor NICHOLSON patent thence Northerly with patent to Thomas IVES line East along his line to JARVES line thence Southerly to the first station.  Witness Hosea BALL, Edward HOLLOWAY; Registered Feb. 21, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 114-115] Nov. 29, 1790 - I Thomas BERNARD and Elizabeth my Wife for the sum of £160 paid to me by Thomas MERCER for a parcel of land being the Ridge Land the said BERNARD bought of Jesse SANDERSON. Beginning on North River Swamp side running Eastwardly course binding with the land & line of Richard SANDERSON dec’d across the main road to the Eastward Swamp side thence Northwardly binding with Swamp to Benjamin POYNER’S line various courses to the first station containing 150 acres.   Witness Thomas HEATH, Sarah MERCER; Registered Feb. 2, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 115] Dec. 7, 1790 - I Jonathan CASE & ELIZABETH my Wife for the sum of £25 paid to me by Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND Esq. for a parcel of land. Beginning at the land whereon Thomas BENNETT now lives and joining the land of Sarah SMITH North to Joseph CASE’S line various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Hilary SIMMONS, Thos. MILLER; Registered Feb. 3, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 115-116] Sept. 16, 1783 - I Luke LAMB of Camden County for the Natural Love and affection which I bear unto John LAMB of Camden County and for the better maintenance and livelyhood of him do give and grant unto him a parcel of land lying in Currituck County that I bought of James DAUGE containing 90 acres.  Witness John GRAY, Cori? GRAY; Registered February 7, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 115] Sept. 16, 1783 - I Luke LAMB of Camden County for and in consideration of the Natural Love and affection which I beareth unto Cornelius LAMB and for the better maintenance and livelihood of him I have given and granted unto him part of the land & plantation that I bought of Robert GREGORY in Currituck County. With part of the new survey beginning at the head of John LACES ditch down the ditch to the swamp various courses to the Crooked Run to the road then to the Great Ditch up the ditch to the first station containing 95 acres more or less.  Witness John GRAY, Cor. GRAY; Registered Feb. 4, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 116-117] July 25, 1789 - I Griffith GREGORY for the sum of £10 paid to me by Luke LAMB of Camden County for ½ of the head swamp on the North side of North River. Beginning at the mouth of LACE’S Ditch various courses to a Maple at the mouth of Crooked Run a corner of Nathaniel HUTCHINS and Luke LAMB from thence binding LAMB’S land to the first station containing 5 acres.  Witness James DAUGE, John LAMB; Registered Feb. 4, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 117] May 28, 1790 - I Hezekiah PURRINGTON for the sum of £19 12 shillings paid to me by John DAUGE of Camden County for One negro boy named Sol.  Witness James DAUGE, Nathaniel HUGHINS; Registered Feb. 5, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 117] Mar. 20, 1790 - I Drusilla TOWNSEND for the sum of £100  paid to me by John DAUGE of Camden County for a certain negro woman called Voilet aged 22 & her child called Ester aged 1 year.  Witness Hezk. PURRINGTON, Lydia CLARK; Registered Feb. 5, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 117-118] Oct. 6, 1790 - I Jesse SIMMONS & Julian my Wife for the sum of £30 paid to me by John CAPS for part of a tract of land that Jesse SIMMONS bought of Benjamin CRAB containing 15 acres. Beginning at the road running a near West course to Poyner’s Swamp various courses to the first station.  Witness Jas. PHILLIPS, Jas. BRAY; Registered Feb. 5, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 118] Nov. 22, 1790 - I Thomas Pool WILLIAMS Sheriff by virtue of a Writ of Fires Facies  issued from the County Court of Currituck which commanded me to cause the sum of £3 14 Shillings & 5 Pence out of the goods chattles and land of Thomas FENTON dec’d in the hands of Wm. FEREBEE Exec. which was adjudged to Samuel WHITEHURST. The Sheriff is directed to levey one negro man Isaac & sell him at Public Vendue for 6 months credit after satisfying this Ention for the benefit of the orphan and owners. I Thomas Pool WILLIAMS did offer said negro for sale at Public Vendue and Samuel FEREBEE did appear and bid the sum of £70  and was the highest bider and by virtue of said Writ I have given granted and sold said negro man Isaac to Samuel FEREBEE.  Witness Timothy ETHERIDGE; Registered Feb. 7, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 119-121] Oct. 26, 1790 - Thomas POOL(?) Williams Esq. , Sheriff of Currituck sold to Andrew DUKE, both of Currituck, lands of James RYAN, Esq. deceased, in the hands of Isabel RYAN, Executor. /s/ T. WILLIAMS, Sheriff. Witnesses, William TAYLOR, T.(?). C. FEREBEE. Registered February 8, 1791. Second and third transactions with same parties, witnesses and dates follow this deed.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 121] Oct. 25, 1790 - I Caleb PARR & Mary my Wife for the sum of £20 paid to me by Phillip DAUGE for a parcel of land near Indian Ridge. Beginning at a corner between Willoughby DAUGE, Timothy ETHERIDGE and CALEB PARR running Northerd down Willoby DAUGE line East to Timothy ETHERIDGE’S line then Westerly to the first station containing 15 acres.  Witness Daniel PARR, Luke BARNARD; Registered Feb. 9, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 122] Oct. 25, 1790 - I Luke BARNARD for the sum of £100 paid to me by Phillip DAUGE for a certain messuage of land near the Indian Ridge. Beginning in Timothy ETHERIDGE’S running with his line near a West course to Caleb PARR’S corner then a North corse to Willoby DAUGE’S line thence Northwardly binding on DAUGE’S line to the first station containing 40 acres.  Witness Jacob PERKINS, Danl. PARR; Registered Feb. 9, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 122] Oct. 15, 1790 - Phillip DAUGE sold to Gideon GREGORY, both of Currituck, for £75 specie, 25 acres of land in Currituck bounded by Luke LAMB, James DAUGE, Nathaniel HUTCHINS, and orphans of Griffith GREGORY, dec., Tully DAUGE.  /s /Phillip DAUGE. Witnesses, Henry PERKINS, Samuel (?) (x) WHITEHURST. Registered, February 10, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 123] June 5, 1790 - I David GIPSON for the sum of £88 paid to me by Nathan POYNER for a certain parcel of land. Beginning on North River Swamp joining the land where James HILL now lives thence an Easterly course on the head of the East Swamp various courses to a branch joining Jesse SANDERSON’S land various courses along North River Swamp to the first station containing 110 acres.  Witness Benjamin POYNER, Thos. POYNER; Registered Feb. 11, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 123] June 5, 1790 - I Nathan POYNER for the sum of £36 paid to me by David GIPSON for a certain piece of land. Beginning at the road side joining the land where David GIPSON now lives a Westerly course to North River Swamp various courses to the first station containing 45 acres.  Witness Benjamin POYNER, Thos. POYNER; Registered Feb. 11, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 124] June 17, 1790 - I Samuel BERNARD & Mary my Wife for the sum of £80 paid to me by Thomas BERNARD for a certain small piece of land being part of the land that Richard SANDERSON sold to John GIBSON between the Eastward and Westward Swamp. Beginning at the main road called Powells Point Road running Eastwardly course binding with SANDERSON’S orphans land as far as the SANDERSON’S orphans land goes thence Southerly through the Swamp to Benjamin POYNER’S line thence Westwardly binding with his line to the main road thence Northwardly to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Thos. HEATH, Julann HEATH; Registered Feb. 12, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 124-125] Mar. 13, 1790 - I John GIPSON Planter for the sum of £100  paid to me by Samuel BARNARD Son of John BARNARD deceased for a one certain parcel of land being part of the land that Richard SANDERSON sold to John GIBSON known by the name of Deep Branch Plantation. Beginning at the main road called Powells Point Road at Benjamin POYNER’S corner thence binding with the said road and the old line of division between Benjamin POYNER and GIBSON & SANDERSON various courses to a flat swamp to Richard SANDERSON’S corner binding with Richard SANDERSON’S orphans line & land Westwardly to the first station at the main road containing 50 acres.  Witness Thos. HEATH, Hosea BALL; Registered Feb. 14, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 125] Feb. 22, 1790 - I Alexander L. WHITEHALL for and in consideration of the sum of £20 12 Shillings paid to me by Thomas JARVES SEN., Thomas JARVES JUN. and John ROBERTSON each an equal part the receipt, for the hull of the good Sloop called the Neptune.  Witness Susannah RUSSELL, Anna SPRATT; Registered Feb. 14, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 125] Nov. 5, 1789 - No. 101 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by James CHAPLIN for a tract of land containing 102 ½  acres near Powells Point. Beginning at the mouth of a small creek on Hog Quarter Creek various courses to MELSON’S fence along his line various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that James CHAPLIN shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Richard CASWELL.  This aforegoing Patent come to my hand Feb. 18, 1791 and is Registered the 19th instant.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 125] Nov. 24, 1790 - No. 135 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Spence HALL JUN. for a tract of land containing 100 acres lying on the North Banks near Panters Creek. Beginning at a corner in Spence HALL SEN. patent binding on HALL’S line to Duck Pond Ridge thence East across the marsh to PADRICK’S line on High Ridge thence North binding PADRICK’S line to John DOUGH’S line thence West binding DOUGH’S line to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Spence HALL JUN. shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alexander MARTIN ; Registered Feb. 19, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 126] Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 108 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Spence HALL JUN. for a tract of land containing 174 acres on the North Banks. Beginning at the Sound side at the South end of John NORTEN’S patent and running South over Panters Creek thence West to the Sound along the Sound various courses to the first station.  Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Spence HALL JUN. shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alexander MARTIN; Registered Feb. 19, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 127] Nov. 13, 1790 - Alex MARTIN to Edward TAYLOR for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres, 99 acres lying in Currituck near Cowingjock beginning at his own patent and bordered by John TAYLOR; Col HERNEY(?); Edward TAYLOR's own line. /s/ Alex. MARTIN; Registered March 14, 1791.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 127] Nov. 13, 1790 - For the sum of £10 for every 100 acres paid by Lemuel RUSSELL for a tract of land containing 120 acres near the Mouth of North River and on the road that leads to Powells Point. Beginning at a pine on the road side and joining the land of John EVANS and running with said road various courses to first station.  /s/ Alexander MARTIN Esq. our Governor, Captain General & Commander in Chief at Fayetteville; Registered March 31, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 128] Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 82 - Know ye that for the sum of 50 Shillings for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by William PERKINS for a tract of land containing 147 ½  acres near Indian Ridge. Beginning at Sary BAXTER’S corner to Solomon COWEL’S line along his line to John Perkins along his line various courses to John COOPER’S corner thence various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that William PERKINS shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Richard CASWELL.  This aforegoing Patent come to my hand March 20, 1791 and is registered March 31, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 128-129] Nov. 24, 1790 - No. 136 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Thomas COX for a tract of land containing 227 acres in the Distract of Moyock near the Lebannon Swamp. Beginning near the Great Swamp Bridge various courses to George FALKER’S line binding his line and NICKEN’S corner various courses to the first station.  Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Thomas COX shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alexander MARTIN ; Registered March 31, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 129] July 10, 1788 - No. 102 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Delilah BRADLEY in trust for Francis, Dolley & Eunice for a tract of land containing 71 ¾ acres. Beginning on the edge of the Beaver Dam that divides this land and DENBY’S various courses to the Virginia line thence to John BRADLEY’S line various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Delilah BRADLEY in trust for her Three Daughters Frances, Dolley, Eunice  shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Samuel JOHNSTON.  This afore going Patent came to my hand March 1791 and is Registered April 14, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 129] April 5, 1790 - Willoughby WHITE sold to James WHITE, both of Currituck for £30, 94 acres of juniper swamp, bounded by James WHITE Plantation, Joseph FEREBEE, THOMSON's line. /s/ Willoughby WHITE. Witnesses, William TAYLOR, Jas. PHILLIPS. Registered April 21, 1791.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 130]  Dec. 25, 1790 - Edward TAYLOR sold to Benjamin TAYLOR, SEN., for the sale price of £120, land at the head of Bay Road, bounded by Jonathan TAYLOR and Major Thos. POYNER. Witnesses were Hosea BALL and Jonathan TAYLOR. /s/ Edward TAYLOR; Recorded on April 22, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 130-131]  Oct. 12, 1789 - I Thomas CURLING & Suffia my Wife for the sum of £100 paid to me by Samuel WILLIAMS for a parcel of land. Beginning at Richard CAMPBELL’S line along his line to John PERKINS line then along William FRESHWATER’S line to Lettisha BELL’S corner then Mrs. BELL’S line along her line to Seth CURLING line to the first station containing 68 acres.  Witness Jesse SIMMONS, Jas. PHILLIPS, Isles COOPER; Registered April 22, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 131-132]  Dec. 22, 1790 - I Phillip DAUGE for the sum of £100 paid to me by Willoughby WHITE for a certain messuage of land lying in the Back Woods containing 114 acres.  Witness Willis ETHERIDGE, Agness ETHERIDGE; Registered April 22, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 132]  Dec. 4, 1790 - I Thomas Pool WILLIAMS by virtue of a Writ of Two Writs of Fiers Facis issued out of the Court of Pleas & Quarter Session commanding me to cause out of the goods chattles and lands of Jamimah DEAL the sum of £6 19 Shillings & 3 pence with interest on Judgment from Aug. 10, 1789 till paid adjudged to William BARNARDS Adm. In obedience of the Writs I entered and took into possession a tract of land beginning at Henry Gipson’s line to the main road thence binding on line to a Westerly binding on Thos. YOUNGHUSBAND line to John SANDERSON’S line along Sanderson’s line to the first station containing 40 acres. After due legal notice I did expose the land for Public Sale when & where Thomas SANDERSON did appear and bid the sum of £11 and was highest bid. By virtue of Writs I have granted and conveyed the said land unto him.   Witness Thos. BERNARD, G. DAUGE; Registered April 22, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 133]  Oct. 29, 1790 - I Kedar MULDER Sheriff by virtue of a Writ of Fierie Facias issued out of the Court of Pleas & Quarter Session and I was commanded out of the goods chattles & lands of George BUSH the sum of £24 which Edward WEST Executor of Zadock JONES recovered against him for Debt & also the sum of £4, 17 Shillings & 7 Pence for his damages. I Kedar MULDER in obedience of the Writ did enter and take into possession of a tract of land beginning on the West side of the old Mill called Boults Mill various courses to the first station containing 50 acres. On Oct. 30, 1789 the land was put up for Public Sale when and where Edward WEST did appear and bid the sum of £29 and was the best bidder. By virtue of Writ I have granted and conveyed said land unto him.  Witness Saml. SALYEAR JUN., Thos. IVES; Registered April 22, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 133-134]  June 4, 1790 - I Edward WEST for the sum of £25 paid to me by Embley Bunnell WHALEY for a parcel of land. Beginning on the West side of the old Mill called Boults Mill various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Will. MOUND, Robert BARNARD; Registered April 22, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 134]  Dec. 26, 1789 - I John WALMSLEY have sold and delivered unto Asa LEE a negro man by the name of Bautista aged about 21 years for the valuable consideration of £140 Paper currency paid to me by Asa LEE.  Witness James HEATH, Caleb LEE; Registered April 22, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 134]  Jan. 28, 1791 - I Benjamin POYNER for the sum of £15 paid to me by Thomas WHITE for a parcel of land near North River. Beginning near the River side Northerly the courses of the patent of said land to the dividing line between said land & the land formerly the property of Nathan POYNER dec’d called the Narrow Rigges various courses to the first station containing 100 acres.  Witness Thos. POYNER, Benj. POYNER; Registered April 22, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 135]  Feb. 27, 1791 - Isaiah PARR sold to John MANN, both of Currituck, for £90, one "Negro wench" named Beck. Witnesses: Benj. TAYLOR SEN,. William BRUMSEY.  Registered April 23, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 135]  Sept. 30, 1790 - I Jesse KING for and in consideration of the sum of £110 paid to me by John SANDERSON SEN. for one negro woman called Pege about 22.  Witness William WROTEN, Jonathan LINDSEY; Registered April 23, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 135]  Dec. 22, 1790 - I Willoughby WHITE for and in consideration of the sum of £100 paid to me by Phillip DAUGE for one negro boy called Charles.  Witness Willis ETHERIDGE, Agness ETHERIDGE; Registered April 23, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 136]  Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 115  - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Joshua GRAY for a tract of land containing 50 acres lying near the Court House shore. Beginning in Evan MILLER’S patent various courses to the first station.   Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Joshua GRAY shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alexander MARTIN.  Registered April 26, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 136-137]  Jan. 7, 1790 - We Benjamin POYNER SEN. & Lemuel POYNER for the sum of £69 paid to us by Benjamin POYNER JUN. for a piece of land. Beginning on North River Swamp at Daniel LINDSEY’S South line thence an Easterly course binding on the land of Daniel LINDSEY’S to the East Swamp thence a Southerly course with East Swamp to Jesse SANDERSON’S land thence a Westerly course binding on Jesse SANDERSON’S land to the West Swamp binding on West Swamp to the first station containing 69 acres.  Witness Elizabet ADDERSON, Thomas HEATH; Registered April 26, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 137-138] June 11, 1760 - GRANVILLE & CHILDS to Benjamin TAYLOR--Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Benjamin TAYLOR for a tract of vacant land Marsh on the south side Coinjock Bay beginning at Benjamin TAYLOR corner various courses to the first station containing 100 acres. Yielding and paying to John Earl GRANVILLE the yearly rent of 4 Shilling.  /s/ GRANVILLE & Thos. CHILD; Registered April 28, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 138] Feb. 25, 1696 - We the Lords and absolute Proprietors do give & grant unto Thomas TAYLOR a tract of land containing 352 acres lying near the head of Cowinjock. The said land being due to Thomas TAYLOR for the Transportation of One person for every 50 acres. Yielding and paying unto us yearly every Sept. 29 the fee rent of 1 Shilling for every 50 acres, provided Thomas TAYLOR doe not seat or plant thereon with 3 years after the date hereof then this patent to be void.  /s/ John ARCHDALE, Daniel AKHURST, Francis TOMES, Benj. LAKERS, Saml. SWANN; Registered April 28, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 139] Feb. 25, 1791 - Randolph JONES sold to Saml. SALYER, JUN., both of Currituck, for £16, 10 acres on Currituck Sound beginning at Randolph JONES old patent line; John BARROT.  /s/Randolph (x JONES and Margret (x) JONES. Witnesses: Thos. POYNER, Thos. TAYLOR, Thos. JARVIS. Registered April 28, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 139] Mar. 29, 1791 - I Clement HAYMAN for the sum of £13 paid to me by Marmeduke COX for a certain tract of land near the Great Swamp Bridge. Beginning in John NORTHERN’S line along his line various courses to the first station containing 13 acres.  Witness Willis BALANCE; Registered April 28, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 140] May 3, 1790 - I Clement HILL for and in consideration of the sum of £70 paid to me by Alexander WHITEHALL for one negro boy called Cader.  Witness John SMITH, Thomas BOSWOOD ; Registered April 29, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 140-141] Aug. 26, 1789 - I Kedar MULDER Sheriff by virtue of a Writ of Frice Facias issued out of the Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions commanding me out of the goods chattles & land of Thomas HAYMAN Dec’d in the hands of John SIMMONS Executor to cause the sum of £40 5 Shillings & 8 Pence which lately Edy BELL Executor of Caleb BELL Dec’d recovered against him by reason of nonperformance of certain promises. In obedience of said Writ I did enter and take into possession a certain tract of land joining the lands of Marmeduke COX, beginning on John NORTHERN’S line to GARRAT’S line then to a black gum joining Marmeduke COX’S line various courses to the first station containing 13 acres. On Aug. 6, 1789 at Public Vendue when & where Clement HAYMAN did appear & bid the sum of £13 for the messuage of land. By virtue of Writ I Kedar MULDER have granted and conveyed unto Clement HAYMAN the said land.   Witness William NORTHERN, Kedar MULDER; Registered April 29, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 141] Dec. 3, 1790 - I Henry LANKISTER of the County of Pasquotank for the sum of £30 paid to me by Joice SHANNON for one tract of land being near the mouth of North River. Beginning at the side of North River running Easterly up William WROTEN’S line to the main road from thence along the road to John LINDSEY’S line various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness James SHANNONHOUSE, Thos. JARVES.  Registered April 29, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 141-142]  Feb. 26, 1791 - I William SMITH & Namuth SMITH for the sum of £55 paid to me by Edward WALKER for a certain piece of land it being the North side of a new entry piece of land that Colo. Asahel SIMMONS took up. Beginning in Michel ONEEL’S line various courses to the first station containing 64 acres.   Witness Benj. TAYLOR, Jonathan TAYLOR, Edwd. TAYLOR; Registered April 29, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 142]  June 9, 1788 - I Daniel HAYMAN for and in consideration of the sum of £15 paid to me by Thomas BEST for a tract of land lying on the North Banks on the No. E side of Kitty Hawk Bay known by the name of Mill Point. Beginning at the head of Mingoes Gut various courses to the Easterd side of the Plantation William DUNSTON formerly lived thence S.W. course to the Seder Hammock Ridge various courses to the first station.  Witness Daniel HAMAN, Thos. BEACHAM, Ked. MULDER; Registered April 29, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 142-143] Aug. 14, 1790 - I Joseph HASSELL hath sold unto Benjamin GAMEWELL a sartain peace of land lying on the North ward Banks in Kitty Hock Bay containing 50 acres. Witness for the sum of £28 paid to me by Benjamin GAMEWELL for the land at the mouth of Mongoes Gut at the Bay side various courses to Thomas JONES line then to the first station.  Witness Saml. TILLETT, William TAYLOR; Registered April 29, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 143] Mar. 30, 1791 - I Jonathan BARNS & Elizabeth my Wife for and in consideration of the Natural love and affection which I bear to the said Tatem WILSON have given and granted unto him that messuage of land containing 50 acres. It being that tract of land Caleb WILSON bought of John HUGHS being bounded with a Run on East side one Run parting Robt. CANDADIS dec’d line the other Run parting Willis MILLER dec’d various courses to the first station.  Witness Holl. WILLIAMS; Registered May 2, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 144] Dec. 27, 1790 - Edward TAYLOR sold to Jonathan TAYLOR for £12, land bounded by Doctor NICHOLSON and Jonathan TAYLOR. Witness Hosea BALL and Benjamin TAYLOR, SEN.  Registered May 12, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 144] Mar. 30, 1789 - Edward TAYLOR sold to Jonathan TAYLOR, both of Currituck County, for £21, land bounded by Jonathan TAYLOR; Benjamin TAYLOR; and Thos. POYNER.  Witnesses Hosea BALL and Joseph (x) TAYLOR; Registered Nov. 7, 1789

[Deed Book 6, pg. 144-145] Mar. 26, 1789 - I Kedar MULDER Sheriff by virtue of a Writ of Fire Facies issued out of the Court of Please & Quarter Session which has commanded me that out of the goods chattles & land of Thomas HAMAN Deceased in the hands of John SIMMONS to cause the sum of £40 5 Shillings & 8 Pence which lately was recovered by Edy BELL Extx. of Caleb BELL Dec’d for nonperformance of certain promises whereas Executor is now convicted & liable. I Kedar MULDER Sheriff in obedience of Writ did enter and take possession of a tract of land beginning at the back line of John NORTHERN’S then to Malachi BOWREN’S line then to the STAFFORD’S line then to BRIGHT’S line along his line various courses to the first station containing 230 acres. On Aug. 26 at Publick Vendue where and when William NORTHERN did appear and bid the sum of £19 10 Shillings for the messuage of land. By virtue of Writ I conveyed and granted unto William NORTHERN the said land.  Witness Jonathan WILLIAMSON, Jas. PHILLIPS; Registered May 2, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 145] Nov. 5, 1789 - No. 96 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres granted paid into our Treasury by Selby HARNEY have given and granted unto him a tract of land containing 550 acres in County of Currituck Swamp near Doctors Creek. Beginning at the head of Doctors Creek then to John TAYLOR’S Southeast corner in the swamp along his line to Joseph TAYLOR’S Southwest corner various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying to us such sums as our General Assembly may direct. Provided that Selby HARNEY causes this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months of the date hereof.   /s/ Rd. CASWELL; Registered may 27, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 146] Oct. 24, 1786 - No. 86 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres granted paid into our Treasury by Selby HARNEY have given and granted unto him a tract of land containing 94 acres near Currituck Court House. Beginning at Willis ETHERIDGE to ETHERIDGE’S corner thence to Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND corner he bought of Thomas MILLER various courses to Willoughby WHITE’S corner various courses to the first station.   Yielding and paying to us such sums as our General Assembly may direct. Provided that John WILLIAMS causes this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months of the date hereof.   /s/ Rd. CASWELL.  This aforegoing Patent came to my hand June 13, 1791and is registered June 14, 1791.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 146-147] 1789 - I Joseph HAYMAN & Esbel my Wife for and in consideration of the sum £32 paid to me by John NORTHERN for a tract of land near the Great Swamp Bridge. Beginning at Thos. COX’S corner then along NICHOLS line (sic) to NICKEN’S line along the line to Thos. HAYMAN’S line along his line to Duke COX’S line along his line to the first station containing 60 acres.  Witness Jon. WILLIAMSON, Lewis COX; Registered June 30, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 147] Dec. 2, 1712 - I Henry DUKE of Beadfort and the rest of the Lords & Proprietors of Carolina have give & granted unto Benjamin BENNETT a tract of land containing 118 acres & 24 pole various courses to the first station. Being due for the Transportation of 1 person for every 50 acres. Yielding and paying unto us the rent of 1 Shilling for every 50 acres, provided that Benjamin BENNETT doe not seat & plant or cause to be seated or planted thereon within 3 years after the date hereof then this patent to be void.  /s/ Thos. POLLOCK; Registered June 30, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 148] Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 112 - Know ye that for the sum of £10  for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Thomas JARVES for a tract of land containing 37 acres near Powels Point. Beginning at the Northeast end of the Great Thoroughfare and joining is own land various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Thomas JARVES shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof. /s/ Alex. MARTIN.  Registered June 30, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 148] Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 21 - Know ye that for the sum of £10  for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Thomas JARVES for a tract of land containing 133 acres near Powels Point. Beginning on the Sound at the mouth of Robins Creek various courses to LINDSAY’S line along his line to EVAN’S corner with his line to Gameliah WRIGHT’S line and SW corner along his land to SANDERSON’S  line along his line to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Thomas JARVES shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof. /s/ Alex. MARTIN.  Registered July 1, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 149] Oct. 27, 1784 - No. 80 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Thomas HAYMAN for a tract of land containing 230 acres. Beginning at the back of John NORTHERN’S thence to Malachi BOWRIN’S line thence to STAFFORD’S old line thence to BRIGHT’S line various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Thomas HAYMAN shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN.  Registered July 1, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 149] Dec. 20, 1716 - JOHN LORD CARTERITE and the rest of the Lords & Proprietors doth give and grant a tract of land containing 300 acres to John MILLER, being due for Transportation of 1 person for every 50 acres. Yielding and paying unto us the rent of 1 Shilling for every 50 acres, provided that John MILLER doe not seat & plant or cause to be seated or planted thereon within 3 years after the date hereof then this patent to be void.   /s/ Charles Eden Esq.  This afore going Patent is Registered July 1, 1791. This patent being much torn but have recorded as well as I could. /s/ Willis ETHERIDGE Pub. Register

[Deed Book 6, pg. 150] Sept. 16, 1790 - I Lazarus FLORA of Edgecomb County for the sum of £50 in hard cash paid to me by William GALE for a tract of land containing 61 acres. Beginning near Rich. FLORA land then to LEE’S line along his line being a dividing line between the afsd. land & LEE’S land then to Morris Run down the Run to the first station.    Witness Robt. MATTHIAS, John SIMMONS; Registered July 21, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 150-151] May 1, 1790 - I Brickhouse BELL for the sum of £110 paid to me by Richard BRINT for a parcel of land containing 110 acres. Various courses to John Lee’s line along his line to Williby DAUGE’S line along his line to Richard BRINT’S line along his line to Robt. HEATH’S line along his line to William SCOTS line along his line to Francis MORSE’S line to the first station.  Witness William SIMMONS, Caleb BELL; Registered July 21, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 151] Oct. 20, 1789 - I Abner LAMB of Camden County for the sum of £300 paid to me by Thomas P. WILLIAMS for a negro woman named Rosanna about 25 years of age, a negro boy named Tom about 12 years, a negro boy named Dick about 10 years, a negro girl named Nance about 8 years, a negro girl named Lid about 5 years, and a negro boy Cyrus about 2 years.  Witness Lovey LAMB, Timothy ETHERIDGE; Registered July 21, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 151-152] May 27, 1791 - I Malachi WEST of Princess Anne County Virginia for the sum of £4 and 12 Shillings paid to me by John KILGORE for a tract of land containing 4 acres. Beginning at George PLUMMER’S Line along his line various courses to the first station.  Witness Malachi READE, George PLUMMER, Salley READE, James BOWEN, Abner COATES; Registered July 22, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 152] Apr. 7, 1791 - I William COWELL of Tyrrell County for the natural love and affection which I bear unto my Daughter Sarah KILLIAM of Currituck County and for divers other good causes and consideration me hereunto moveing have given & granted unto Sarah KILLIAM all my negros Sall a woman, Pomp a man, & Sam a boy.  Witness Josiah NICHOLSON, Farma COOK; Registered July 22, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 152-153] Apr. 1, 1790 - I Joshua GRAY & Nansey my Wife for the sum of £8 paid to us by Armstead SOALS for a parcel of land containing 50 acres. Beginning in Evan MILLER’S patent along his line to the first station.  Witness William ETHERIDGE, Jesse HOLSTEAD; Registered July 22, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 153-154] Sept. 16, 1788 - I MARY TURTON for the sum of £50 paid to me by Dorastus DAUGE for a messuage of land. Beginning at Linner BRAYS corner binding on BRAY’S line to Samuel WHITEHURST’S line thence binding on his line to Leticia Brown’s line binding on her line to the land of Thomas FENTON’S heirs along his line to Mitchael DAUGE’S land to the first station being all that tract of land given by Peter DAUGE in his LWT to the said Mary TURTON containing 70 acres.  Witness Angelico MAUND, S. FEREBEE; Registered July 23, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 154] Jan. 8, 1791 - We the subscribing being indiferantly chosen by both parties to make & settle aline between Joseph BAXTER and Caleb WALKER. The parties being sworn to stand to and abide by our Judgment have made the line as follows, beginning at a corner tree between Caleb WALKER, Hillary PARKER’S heirs & Joseph BAXTER various courses to the swamp side.  /s/ Josiah NICHOLSON, Jas. PHILLIPS; Witness S. FEREBEE, John SLAUGHTER; Registered July 23, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 154-155] May 23, 1791 - I Malachi WEST of Princess Anne County Virginia for the sum of £30 paid to me by James BOWEN of the County afsd. for a parcel of land containing 23 acres being in the County of Currituck. Beginning at a tree dividing William READ & George PLUMMER’S then down his line to John KILGORE line along his line various courses to the first station.  Witness Malachi READ, Abner COATS, Demsey DAVES; Registered July 23, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 155] June 21, 1791 - John NORTHERN & his wife Dolly sold to Prescott NICKINS, all of Currituck, for £5, 25 acres which Rich. NICKENS, deceased, gave to his daughter Lear ROIL by his wife. Witness: Benjamin TAYLOR, Thos. COX.  Registered July 25, 1791.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 155-156] Mar. 9, 1791 - I Thomas DUDLEY of the County of Cartright for the sum of £120 paid to me by Malachi DUDLEY for a parcel of land & marsh on Knots Island containing 49 acres on the North side of Jacob WILLIAMS land. Beginning at the water side down Jacob WILLIAMS line to the head of the land that joins Jacob WILLIAMS land & John SIMPSON’S various courses to the point of marsh called the Old Wading Place various courses to the first station.  Witness Thos. WILLIAMS, Willis GUIN, John WILLIAMS; Registered July 25, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 156] November 4, 1790 - John AIRS of the one part and Joshua GARD of the other part.  The said John AIRS of Tyrril County Joshua GARD of the other part of Currituck County Both of State of No. Carolina Witnesseth that I said John AIRS for the Consideration of £13 & S_ Shillings & 8 pence Lawfull Money of this State in hand paid by afsd Joshua GARD the Recipt I acknowledge & my self satisfied have Bargained Sold & by these presents Bargain Sell alin convey & Set over unto him the said  Joshua GARD one Messuage parcel of land being & lying in Currituck County on the No. Banks butted and Bounded as follows Beginning at the Sea and Runing South to a pine the fresh pond thence South to a pine thence No.west to a pine William JOHNSTONs Corner thence North to the Sea then by various Courses of the Surf to the first Station being one third of the patent or 100 acres more or less that was patened by John AIRS Decd which will plainly appeair by his patent & I being the Right heir at Law by virtue of from my Father the sd. John AIRS Decd. & Lawfully Sized therewith to have and to hold the said Bargained premises with all the priviledges unto same Belonging & Behoof him the said Joshua GARD his heirs assigns forever & with  aprovement appurtenances or in any wise appertaining & are for me my self heirs or assigns do covenant & agree to & with him the sd. GARD to will warrant & forever Defend said Land in peacable & Quiet possession of him the GARD his heirs and assigns forever & as Witness I have set my hand & fix my Seal the Day & Date above Written.  /s/  John Airs   Signed Sealed & Delivered In presents of Lazarus LINTON, Thos. JONES

Currituck County Jst. June Term 1791 Present the Justices
     This Deed of Sale from John AIRS to Joshua GARD was proved in Court by the Oath of Lazarus LINTON ordered to be Registered.  Test. Hollo. WILLIAMS Clk Court.  According to Order is Registered July the 25th 1791.  Test Willis ETHERIDGE Pub. Register  [Submitted by Jean Schroeder]

[Deed Book 6, pg. 157]  June 18, 1791 - I Austin SCARBOROUGH Planter & Alley SCARBOROUGH of Cape Hatteras Banks for the sum of £10 paid to me by George SCARBOROUGH SEN. for a parcel of land containing 25 acres on Hatterass Banks. Beginning on the North side of Deep Creek by the Sound side at the South eand of Thos. FARROW’S land running with his line to the Sea Beach along beach as far as to take in the hammock that he now lives to the head of the Horse Pen Cove various courses of the Sound to the first station.   Witness Thos. FARROW, John STOWE; Registered July 25, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 157]  Nov. 4, 1790 - I John AIRS of Tyrrell County for the sum of £26, 13 Shillings & 4 Pence paid to me by William FOUNTAIN of Tyrrell County for a peace of land being in Currituck County on the North Banks. Beginning at the Sea & running cross the Fresh Pon various courses it being 2/3 of the width of the patent pattened by my Father John AIRS dec and given to me by gift of my Father containing 200 acres being the 2/3 of the said patent.  Witness Lazarus LINTON, Joshua GARD, Thos. JONES; Registered July 26, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 158]  1790 - Isaac BROOKS, planter of Arrimaskeet in Hide County, sold to Christopher ONEAL, planter of Cape Hatteras, for £200, 100 acres "a piece of land being the westernmost part of my land..." beginning near the mouth of Rob's Creek and joining CLARK's line to the back marsh.  /s/ Isaac BROOKS.  Wit: Major CLARK and Adam BENNETT.  Registered: July 26, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 158-159]  June 8, 1790 - I James NEWEL of the County of Princess Anne Virginia for the sum of £10 paid to me by Jonathan BUSKEY of Princess Anne County for a tract of marsh land containing 40 acres in Currituck County also known as Deals Island. Lying between the marsh land of Capt. Wm. WOODHOUSE and Thos. WARD JUN. & is joining each of their tracts.  Witness Henry BUSKEY, Thos. CANNON, Wm. PETTY, Elizabeth BUSKEY; Registered July 26, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 159]  May 3, 1774 - I Dennis DAUGE am held and firmly bound unto Silas BRIGHT for the just sum of £100. The condition of the obligation is such that if Dennis DAUGE do and shall from the date above let to Silas BRIGHT free and clear priviledge for and in alone of slip of land wide enough to pass and repass with cart and horses. Beginning at the line parting DAUGE and BRIGHT down Eastward side of line to the Westward fork of Moyock Creek without interruption or deniel.  Witness Josiah BOWREN, William GOODMAN; Registered July 26, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 159] July 15, 1788 - William BALLANCE deed of gift to John BALLANCE, both of Currituck. William refers to his "son John". Land in Currituck on Hatteras Banks bounded by his brother Thomas BALLANCE. 100 acres. Witnesses: Josiah NICHOLSON, William BALLANCE. Registered, July 16, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 160] Dec. 13, 1790 - I Thomas BERNARD for and in consideration of £80 paid to me by JOHN SANDERSON for one negro girl about 16 years named Mary.  Witness Jesse SANDERSON; Registered July 27, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 160] Mar. 10, 1791 - I Malachi DUDLEY & Anne DUDLEY for and in consideration of the sum of £121 for a parcel of land and marsh on Knots Island containing 49 acres binding on DUDLEY’S land. Beginning at the water side joining DUDLEY’S line thence to the main road thence to a gum between John SIMPSON and Jacob WILLIAMS down SIMPSON’S line various courses of the water to the first station.  Witness John WILLIAMS, Willis GUIN, Thos. DUDLEY; Registered July 27, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 161] June 18, 1791 - I William NORTHEN for the sum of £10 paid to me by Lewis COX for a parcel of land lying near Moyock Mill. Beginning near Gideon MARCHANT’S house thence along the road to Phillip NORTHERN’S line along his line to Malachi BOWREN’S line thence with said line to the land of Joseph BALL deceased thence to the first station supposed to contain 130 acres. Witness Thos. COX, Edw. DOUGHTY JUN.; Registered July 27, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 161-162] Aug. 13, 1790 - I Jacob WILLIAMS for the sum of £2 paid to me by Joseph OTTISON of Princess Anne County Virginia for a parcel of marsh land containing 20 acres being a place known as Deals Island. Beginning various courses it being part of a patent granted by Thomas WARD.  Witness John WILLIAMS, William DUDLEY, Jacob LITCHFIELD; Registered July 28, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 162] Mar. 11, 1791 - I Thomas WILLIAMS & Mary WILLIAMS for the sum of £40 paid to me by Willis GUIN for a parcel of land and marsh containing 40 acres lying on Knots Island, various courses to John SIMPSON’S line thence to the first station.  Witness Malachi DUDLEY, Anne DUDLEY, John WILLIAMS; Registered July 28, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 163] Mar. 11, 1791 - I Thomas DUDLEY of the County of Cartwright (Carteret) North Carolina for the sum of £30 paid to me by Thomas WILLIAMS for 2 places of land & marsh, one known by the name of Morns Island containing 50 acres lying and binding on the Chanel that parts Morns Island & Deals Island the other on Deals Island containing 25 acres both in Currituck County. Witness Malachi DUDLEY, Willis GWIN, John WILLIAMS; Registered July 28, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 163-164] Mar. 21, 1791 - I Thomas WILLIAMS & Mary WILLIAMS for the sum of £40 gold & silver paid to me by Abraham WATERFIELD JUN. for a parcel of land containing 16 acres lying on Knots Island. Beginning at Jacob LITCHFIELD line down his line various courses to the first station.  Witness John WILLIAMS, William DUDLEY, Abraham WATERFIELD; Registered July 29, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 164-165] May 14, 1791 - I Thomas Pool WILLIAMS to the President & Trustees of the Currituck Seminary of Learning for and in consideration of 2 acres of land the value of £10 that was given by Thomas McKNIGHT in an Act of Assembly passed at Newbern 1774, for the purpose of erecting a Chapple at Indiantown. I Thomas Pool WILLIAMS have granted unto aforesaid President  & Trustees a parcel of land situated near Indiantown containing 2 acres for the purpose of erecting a suitable house for a Seminary of Learning and House of Worship.  Witness S. FEREBEE, Grandy ETHERIDGE; Registered July 29, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 165] Apr. 26, 1791 - I Mary TEMPLEMAN Executrix of Samuel SWANN deceased of Pasquotank County for the sum of £20 paid to me by Willoughby DAUGE for a messuage lying on the Indian Ridge joining and binding Willoughby DUAGE and Tulle DAUGE containing 50 acres known by the name of BERRY’s.  Witness Holl. WILLIAMS, Thos. MARCHANT, John WILLIAMS; Registered Aug. 1, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 165-166] Apr. 2, 1791 - I William NORTHERN for the sum of £25 paid to me by Silas BRIGHT for a tract of land near Moyock Mill containing 25 acres. Beginning at Malachi BOWREN’S line thence to James NICHOLAS’S line along his line to John NORTHERN’S line along his line to Phillip NORTHERN’S line along his line to Malachi BOWREN’S line along his line to the first station.  Witness Robt. FEREBEE, Aaron BRIGHT, Charles BRIGHT; Registered Aug. 1, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 166] July 21, 1789 - I John MITCHEL free negro for the sum of £100 do bind myself to serve Griffith DAUGE for the term of 6 years to serve him faithfully as a good faithfull servent.  Witness John LEWIS, Thos. MERCER, Joseph FEREBEE; Registered Aug. 1, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 166] June 8, 1790 - I John SWANN of the County of Pasquotank for and in consideration of the sum of £50 paid to me by Thomas P. WILLIAMS for a negro man called Jeffery.  Witness Anthony Benjamin DESSENESS?; Registered Aug. 1, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 167] Mar. 19, 1791 - I James DAUGE for the sum of £12 10 Shillings paid to me by Richard HUTCHINS for a piece of land beginning at HUTCHINS line various courses to Jesse GREGORY’S line thence to the first station containing 25 acres.  Witness Nathaniel HUTCHINS, S. FEREBEE; Registered Aug. 2, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 167] June 27, 1791 - John NORTHERN & Doley his wife sold to Richard NICKINS, all of Currituck, for £5, 100 acres of land which Rich. NICKENS deceased gave to his son Edward NICKENS by his will. Witnesses: Thos. COX. Benjam. TAYLOR, SEN.  Registered August 2, 1791.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 168] June 20, 1749 - Lord CARTWRIGHT to Thos. TAYLOR for 3 shillings proclamation money, 240 acres bordered by Thos. SIMMONS, Cowinjock Bay, W. BRAY.  /s/ E. MOSELEY. Witnesses: Rich. MCCLURE and William CHURTON.  Registered August 3, 1791.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 169-170] Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 131 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Benjamin SIKES for a tract of land containing 150 acres lying on Powels Point on Broad Neck Point. Beginning at McCOY’S Northeast corner running to CHAPLEN’S line along his line thence to the Sound along the Sound various courses to Benjamin LINDSEY’s line various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Benjamin SIKES shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alexander MARTIN ; Registered Aug. 20, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 170]  Richard CASWELL to John WILLIAMS - No. 88 - Know ye that for and in consideration of the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted paid into our Treasury by John WILLIAMS do grant unto him a tract of land containing 98 acres lying on the North Banks opposite Roanoke Island beginging on the sound side joining CAMPBELLs line running along various courses to the first station. By his Excellencys Com’d Richard CASWELL.  This aforegoing patent is Registered September 27, 1791.  Test: Willis ETHERIDGE, Publ Register

[Deed Book 6, pgs. 170-171]  Nov. 5, 1789 - No. 93 - Know ye that we for and in consideration of the sum of 50 shillings for every100 acres paid into our Treasury by Thomas TILLETT SENIOR have granted unto the said Thomas TILLETT SENIOR a tract of land containing 382 acres lying and being in our County of Currituck on the North Banks beginning on the sound side at the Mouth of Frances Creek running various courses to the mouth of Steels Creek running various courses to a hill in TUCKERs line various courses to Francis Creek thence to first station. Witnesseth Richard CASWELL Esq. our Govenor and Commander in Chief at Kinston. This aforegoing patent is Registered September the 28th 1791.  Test: Willis ETHERIDGE, Pub. Register

[Deed Book 6, pg. 171]  Sept. 22, 1791 - I John PANE of the County of Tyrrel State of North Carolina for and in consideration of the sum of £20 paid to me in hand by John MANN of the County of Currituck hath granted and sold a certain tract of land lying and being on the North West end of Roanook Island various courses around John’s Ridge containing 50 acres.  Witnesses: James HUMPHREY, Edw. MANN.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 172]  Apr. 18, 1768 - I Thomas MACKNIGHT of Pasquotank County, Merchant for and in consideration of the sum of £98 & 18 Shillings paid to me by Frankey NICHOLS for a negro wench Bridget & her 2 children Vina, & George & 1 negro man.  Witness Wm. MACORMICK, Francis WILLIAMSON; Registered Oct. 13, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 172]  July 17, 1791 - I Thomas P. WILLIAMS for and in consideration of the sum of £60 paid to me by Thomas NICHOLS for one negro man named Ben about 50 years old.  Witness John LEWIS, John MERCER; Registered Oct. 13, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 172-173]  Aug. 12, 1791 - I Thomas SANDERSON of Lem. SANDERSON, deceased, for and in consideration of 30 barrells of corn paid to him by Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND for that parcel of land lying near North River & containing 30 acres. Beginning at Henry GIBSON’S line at the main road running to John SANDERSON’S line along his line to his corner & mine from our corner to William RUSSELL’S line at the main road near Ann SANDERSON’S path as the road runs to the first station.  Witness John WALMSLEY, Wm. WROTEN; Registered Oct. 13, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 173]  June 23, 1791 - I Jesse SANDERSON & Mary my Wife for and in consideration of the sum of £100 paid to me by Samuel SALYEAR JUN. for a piece of land on Currituck Sound whereon the Wind Mill did stand. Beginning at the water at Samuel SALYEAR SEN. line various courses to John HUMPHRIES corner to the fence of SANDERSON along the fence to the first station containing 120 acres.  Witness Thos. POYNER, John WHITEKAR; Registered Oct. 17, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 173-174]  Feb. 13, 1787 - I Joseph POYNER for the sum of £50 paid to me by Zachariah MORSE for a parcel of land left to Joseph POYNER by his Father Joseph POYNER in his Last Will & Testament. Beginning at what was formerly ETHERIDGE’s line now YOUNGHUSBAND then to Joseph POYNER’s Plantation now William POYNER’s near the publick road thence in a tract of land known by the name of FENTON’s now Simon MATTHIAS binding on MATTHIAS', Zachariah MORSE’s, widow MORSE and YOUNGHUSBAND’s line to the first station containing 50 acres. The same land that was sold by the Sheriff which Zachariah MORSE hath a Sheriffs Deed.  Witness Simon MATTHIAS, William POYNER, Francis MORSE; Registered Oct. 17, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 174] Jan. 29, 1791 - Benjamin TAYLOR sold to Samuel EDY for £5, 411/2 acres of land granted to said TAYLOR, bounded by Joshua BALL and Samuel EDY.  Witness Hosea BALL and Joshua BALL. It was recorded October 17, 1791.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 175] June 23, 1791 - I Margrett JONES for the sum of £10 paid to me by Daniel BOUCUS for a piece of land near the road side then to what is called TAYLOR’S line to the Swamp side thence binding Thomas TAYLOR’S line along the swamp side to JONES line to the main road now runs to the first station containing 25 acres.  Witness S. HALL, Joseph JONES; Registered Oct. 18, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 175] Aug. 18, 1791 - I John Stephen WILLIAMS for and in consideration of the sum of £50 paid to me by John BELL for a negro boy Isaac.  Witness John SLEIGHT, William HARRIS; Registered Oct. 18, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 175-176] July 23, 1791 - I Elisha KITE for and in consideration of the sum of £40 paid to me by Moses FREEMAN for a parcel of land near Moyock Mill. Beginning on a Run so called and joyning on Willis BRIGHT’s land binding on his land to the back line it being the line of the old former possession of Lam. BRIGHT thence along WOOLRIDGE & GOODMAN’s patent line to a corner GOODMAN’s patent line that John NORTHERN made when he sold KITE along to the Run binding John HAYMAN’s line then down the Run to the first station containing 40 acres.  Witness Joseph BALLENTINE, John NORTHERN, Caleb COX; Registered Oct. 18, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 176]  Feb. 26, 1791 - Margaret JONES sold to Thos. TAYLOR, both of Currituck County, for £17 & 10 shillings, 10 acres of land bounded by Joseph BOWERS. Witness Thos. POYNER, Saml SALYEAR, JUN.; Registered on October 18, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 176-177]  Apr. 12, 1791 - I Hollowell WILLIAMS for and in consideration of the natural affection that I have to my Son John Stephen WILLIAMS and for diverse other good causes me hereunto moving have granted unto him a negro boy Isaac.  Witness Dora WILLIAMS, Elizabeth WILLIAMS; Registered Oct. 19, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 177] Apr. 4, 1791 - Saml. SALYEAR, JUN. and his wife Sarah, sold to Richd. BARRET, all of Currituck, for £40, 10 acres near Currituck Narrows by Randolph JONES' old patent; John BARRET; Ten acres. Witnesses: Thos. JARVIS and Nathan THOMPSON. Registered Oct. 19, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 177-178] Sept. 27, 1791 - I Samuel SALYEAR Esq. & Sarah my Wife for the sum of £32 & 10 Shillings paid to me by Thomas JARVES, Ship Carpender, for a parcel of land situate on Narrow Shore beginning at Joseph GRAY’S line thence to the main road to Randolph JONES line with his line to the first station containing 20 acres.  Witness Thos. POYNER, Thos. JARVES; Registered Oct. 20, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 178] Feb. 25, 1791 - Samuel SALYEAR, JUN., Esq. & his wife Sarah sold to Randolph JONES, SEN., all of Currituck, for £60, 53 acres of land on Currituck Sound bounded by Samuel JARVIS' new patent; Randolph JONES; John CAMPBELL's old line; Capt. TAYLOR's new patent; Fifty-three acres.  Witnesses: Thos. POYNER, Thos. TAYLOR, Thos. JARVIS.  Registered October 20, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 178] Sept. 20, 1791 - Josiah NICHOLSON was registered as an attorney representing William DANIEL in a suit brought by Thomas HUMPHRIES, administrator. Witnesses were Caleb PARR and William BRUMSEY

[Deed Book 6, pg. 179] Sept. 26, 1791 - I Thomas FEREBEE & Elizabeth my Wife for and in consideration of the sum of £16 paid to me by John WORMINGTON for a piece of land. Beginning at a tree marked for a corner binding John STANDLEY’S land then to a corner binding on John BENNET’S and Francis WILLIAMSON’S land binding on WILLIAMSON’S land to the first station containing 23 acres.  Witness Jos. BALLENTINE, Demsey NORTHERN; Registered Oct. 21, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 179-180] Feb. 25, 1791 - Samuel SALYEAR and his wife Sarah sold to Margarett JONES, all of Currituck, for £60, 53 acres of land on Currituck sound by Randolph JONES, SEN; Samuel SALYEAR's patent; John CAMPBELL's old line. Witnesses: Thos.POYNER, Thos. TAYLOR, Thos. JARVES; Registered October 22, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 180] Mar. 23, 1791 - I Mark DAVIS & Mary my Wife for and in consideration of the sum of £200 paid to me by James FORBES for a parcel of land on the West side of Powels Point. Beginning on Albermarle Sound various courses to GAMEWEELL’S land various courses to the first station containing 180 acres.  Witness Thos. GREGORY, Thos. BROWN; Registered Oct. 24, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 180-181] Oct. 9, 1775 - I Mary SANDERSON am held and firmly bound unto John SANDERSON in the just sum of £150. The condition of the obligation is such that Mary SANDERSON shall rest herself content & satisfied with the plantation whereon Henry GIPSON doth now live as her full 1/3 of all her deceased Husband Laml. SANDERSON’S land and shall never hereafter claim any more than the Plantation thereto belonging then this above obligation to be void.  Witness William GAMEWELL, Mary ONEEL; Registered Oct. 24, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 181] Sept. 4, 1789 - I Thomas JARVES for the sum of £10 paid to me by Moses CAPPS SEN. for a part of a tract of land on the North Banks lying between the land I sold to James GAMEWELL and Capt. Nathan HALL. Being all the residue of the patent beginning on Currituck Sound thence to the Sand Banks to the Sea Shore thence to Capt. HALL’S line thence across the Banks to Currituck Sound along the Sound side a Northerly course to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Thos. LINDSEY, Sam. JARVES; Registered Oct. 24, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 181-182] Dec. 13, 1790 - I Joice SHANNEN for the sum of £30 paid to me by Thomas JARVES SEN. for a tract of land lying on Powels Point near the mouth of North River near the middle of the Point. Beginning at Lemuel SIMMONS S.E. corner of the patent of the land whereon he now lives thence binding JARVES line to Joseph EVAN’S line binding his line to John SIMMONS line along his line to Lemuel SIMMONS binding his line to the first station containing 50 acres.  Being the land Peter GORDEN bought of John REED of Perquimans County and sold by GORDEN to Alexander Legrand WHITEHALL and from WHITEHALL to Joice SHANNEN.   Witness Alex. WHITEHALL, Wm. CHANDLER; Registered Oct. 24, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 182] July 11, 1791 - I Thomas TEMPLEMAN of Westmoreland County Virginia for the sum of £100 paid to me by John WILLIAMS for a parcel of land. Being near the Court House on Currituck Shore thence a dividing line between TEMPLEMAN & Thos. YOUNGHUSBAND various courses to the first station.  Witness Willis ETHERIDGE, Agness ETHERIDGE; Registered Oct. 25, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 183]  Nov. 7, 1791 - No. 133? - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by William BEST SEN. for a tract of land containing 200 acres situate on the North Banks. Beginning on the Sound side Asa NORTON SW corner along his line to Jeangite Swamp binding Jeangite Swamp to John DOUGH’S line various courses to the first station.  Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that William BEST SEN. shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alexander MARTIN ; Registered Oct. 29, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 183-184]  Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 129 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Josiah NICHOLSON for a tract of land containing 150 acres lying near Cowinjock Bay. Beginning at the corner of HILFORD’S house on Evans Ridge various courses to Thomas PARKER’S North corner of his field, thence at the edge of the road that leads to Indian Town then with Azrikam PARKER SEN. thence to DAUGE’S line thence to a branch between BARNS & ROBERTS thence to MILLER’S line along his line to the first beginning.  Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Josiah NICHOLSON shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alexander MARTIN ; Registered Nov. 7, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 184]  Sept. 28, 1791 - I James WHITE & Anne my Wife of Norfolk County Virginia for the sum of £79 paid to me by William WICKER for a parcel of land. Joining Henry WHITE SEN. on one side & Caleb WHITE SEN. on the other side beginning at a cove at the Indian Creeks thence to the head of a cove near Balles Bay thence to Henry WHITE SEN. line various courses to the Indian Creeks near the old causeway so along the creek to the first station containing 200 acres, it being all the land lying on the Indian Creeks that Kader WHITE was possessed of at his death.  Witness Willis ETHERIDGE, Thos. POYNER; Registered Dec. 28, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 185]  Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 120 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by Benjamin LINDSEY for a tract of land containing 50 acres situate near the mouth of North River. Beginning near Deep Gut on the Edge of Albemarle Sound thence along the Sound to the mouth of Great Creek along Creek various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Benjamin LINDSEY shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alexander MARTIN ; Registered Dec. 28, 1791

[Deed Book 6, pg. 185-186]  Dec. 21, 1791 - I Francis MORSE the sum of £30 paid to me by Caleb MORSE for a parcel of land being part of a tract of land called by the name Stone Houses adjoining Caleb MORSE’S land. Beginning on the road near the corner of Caleb MOSES’S fence running the old line various courses to the first station to contain 5 acres.  Witness John SIMMONS JUN., Linner SIMMONS; Registered Jan. 11, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 186]  Mar. 15, 1791 - I Keder MORRIS of Princess Anne Virginia for the sum of $30 paid to me by Joel KINNON for all that messuage lying on the fork of Tulls Creek. Being formerly John KINONS conveyed by KINNON to Jonathan CAPS from Caps to Kedar MORRIS.  Witness Holl. WILLIAMS, Jonathan LUFFMAN, Willis MORRIS; Registered Jan. 11, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 186-187]  Dec. 1791 - I Matthias WILLIAMSON for the sum of £150 hard cash paid to me by Willoughby BROOKS for a piece of land near Moyock Mill containing 150 acres. Beginning at the Dam Bridge running up the Dam Bridge Creek various courses of the Creek to Lemuel WILSON’S corner various courses to the first station.  Witness S. FEREBEE, H. PURRINGTON; Registered Jan. 12, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 187-188]  Sept. 23, 1791 - I Dorastus WILLIAMS & Faunia WILLIAMS my Sister for and in consideration of the sum of £20 paid to me by Henry CREED for all that messuage binding on Thomas CREEF’S containing 7 ½ acres.  Witness Thomas MUNCREEF; Registered Jan. 12, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 188]  Dec. 24, 1791 - I Daniel PARR for and in consideration of the sum of £5 paid to me by James HUTCHINS for a piece of land. Beginning at Jacob PERKINS line running to Isaiah PARR line down his line to the first station containing 2 acres.  Witness Jacob PERKINS, John SLEIGHT; Registered Jan. 13, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 188-189] Oct. 1, 1791 - Colonel Josiah NICHOLSON to Hollowell WILLIAMS, for £50, land "lying in a patent of 426 acres", 50 acres "lying in the Moyock patent" adjacent to the 50 acres sold to Willis BALLANCE binding on Lamb WILSON's. Witnesses Thomas WOOD and Mary COLLIS; Recorded Feb. 16, 1792.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 189] Oct. 1, 1791 - Josiah NICHOLSON to John PERKINS, both of Currituck County, for £50, land lying in Moyock.  Witness Thos. WILLIAMS and John S. WILLIAMS; Recorded Feb. 16, 1792.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 189] Dec. 21, 1791 - I Caleb MORSE for £30 paid to me by Francis MORSE for a parcel of land adjoining Francis MORSE joining at a corner in the head of the Ditch between Francis MORSE and Caleb MORSE then to the line of Zachariah MORSE line along his path various courses to the first station to include 5 acres.  Witness John SIMMONS, Linner SIMMONS; Registered Jan. 14, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 190] Sept. 27, 1791 - I Henry CREED for and in consideration of the sum of £6 10 Shillings paid to me by Thomas CREEF for all that messuage situate in the fork of Little Branches. Binding on Thomas CREED down the fork binding on Dorustus WILLIAMS thence binding on Henry CREED to the first station containing 1 acre.  Witness Willis BALLANCE, Wm. SLAUGHTER; Registered Jan. 18, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 190-191] Nov. 4, 1791 - I Hilary SIMMONS & Elizabeth my Wife for the sum of £100 paid to me by Caleb SEARS for a parcel of land. Bounded as follows on the West by Letisha BROWN line various courses to mouth of Devil’s Ditch along the Ditch to Thos. MERCER’S line along his line to Mrs. BROWN’S line the same being 41 ½ acres.  Witness Solomon JARVES, John SEARS, Ephram JARVES; Registered Jan. 18, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 191] Dec. 26, 1781 - Willoughby WHITE sold to John BURTON, son of John BURTON, SEN, all of Currituck, for £8 & ten shillings, land in Currituck, by LINDSAY's line. Witness: John DOXEY, John TATUM; Registered January 19, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 192] Nov. 13, 1790 - No. 127 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted, paid into our Treasury by John WALMSLEY for a tract of land containing 161 acres situate near Mill Dam on the head of Tulls Creek. Beginning at Willoughby BROOKS line running down Beckley’s Run then to James HEATHS corner various courses to the first station. Yielding and paying such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that John WALMSLEY shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Alexander MARTIN ; Registered Feb. 29, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 192-193] March 29, 1791 - Saml O'NEEL of Currituck Co. appoints Benjamin TAYLOR of Currituck Co. as his power of attorney to receive all debts owed to him.  /s/ Samuel O'NEEL. Witnesses by Saml SALYEAR, JUN. and George (x) FISHER.  Registered: March 27, 1792.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 193] Dec. 10, 1791 - No.137 to Charles BRIGHT, for £10 for every 100 acres, a tract of land containing 129 acres lying and bring in the Moyock Dist. of Currituck County binding on Edwd. WATERIDGE, Abel ETHERIDGE, and Henry BRIGHT.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN;  Registered: April 5, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 193-194] Nov. 11, 1791 - I Robert FEREBEE & Rachel my Wife for the sum of £60 paid to me by John GRANNISS for a tract of land in the Moyock District containing 12 acres. Beginning at a corner between Thomas FEREBEE’S & Robert FEREBEE various courses to Samuel BONNEL’S line then to the first station.  Witness Hez. PURRINGTON, Matthias WILLIAMSON.  Agreeable to commission to me directed from Dec. Term 1791, I appointed a place & time for the purpose afsd. & the said Feme, Rachel FEREBEE positively refused to relinquish her Right of Dower to the within conveyed lands.  /s/  John NORTHERN J.P; Registered April 6, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 194-195] Aug. 26, 1791 - I Hezekiah PURRINGTON & Drusilla my Wife for the sum of £100 paid to me by Edward DOUGHTY JUN. & Co. for ¼ part of a tract of Juniper & Gum Swamp it being the ¼ part that John TOWNSEND deceased held which was entered and surveyed by Thomas HAYMAN deceased and Edward DOUGHTY JUN. in partnership. Containing 864 acres said Hezekiah PURRINGTON’S ¼ part 216 acres.  Witness Abel ETHERIDGE, Phillip ETHERIDGE; Registered April 6, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 195-196] Dec. 27, 1791 - I Jonathan WILLIAMSON & Martha my Wife for and in consideration of the sum of £87 10 Shillings paid to me by Davis ETHERIDGE for a tract of land near Moyock Mill. Beginning at a line formerly called Thos. WALMSLEY’S various courses to Silas BRIGHT’S line along his line to Jesse BENNETT’S line thence to the first station containing 30 acres.  Witness Matthias WILLIAMSON, Edward DOUGHTY JUN.; Registered April 6, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 196] Nov. 1, 1791 - I Benjamin HODGES & Patience my Wife of Norfolk County, Saint Brides Parrish Virginia, for and in consideration of the sum of £18 10 Shillings paid to me by Jacob DOUGHTY of afsd. County & Parish, for a tract of land lying in Currituck County North Carolina containing 13 acres, it being the land that his Father Lamuel HODGES give to his Son Benjamin HODGES in his LWT in County Court of Norfolk. Beginning near the end of Jesse BENNET’S lane in his line various courses to Henry BRIGHT’S line with BRIGHT’S line to the Virginia line various courses to the first station.  Witness Davis ETHERIDGE, James POYNER, Powers ETHERIDGE; Registered April 6, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 197-198] Dec. 26, 1791 - Whereas a certain Edmund BOWRIN was seized of a tract of land by Patent in Currituck County on the South side of Moyock Creek, Edmund BOWRIN did convey 135 acres unto William ODOWDY and ODOWDY did convey on April 2, 1764 to Benjamin NORTHERN after death of Benjamin NORTHERN the land was sold by the Sheriff to Phillip NORTHERN and by his LWT give the land to his Son William NORTHERN and William NORTHERN & his wife Frances conveyed the land to Gideon MARCHANT.  I Gideon MARCHANT & Catey my Wife for the sum of £150 paid to me by Simon WILSON JUN. of Norfolk County Virginia for a certain tract of land containing 95 acres. Bounded by the lands of Phillip NORTHERN, Malachi BOWRIN, Silas BRIGHT & Nancy DAUGE & the road leading to the Great Swamp.  Witness Max. BOWRIN, Jordan MARCHANT, John NORTHERN; Registered April 12, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 198] Mar. 17, 1792 - I Thomas WHITE for the sum of £16 paid to me by Evan LURRY of Camden County for a parcel of land. Beginning near North River against the Indian Island, beginning of Capt. Richard SANDERSON patent along his patent the land formerly belonging to Nathan POYNER deceased binding on this line to the East side of SANDERSON’S patent as far as patent extends thence to first station containing 100 acres.  Witness Thos. POYNER; Registered April 12, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 198-199] [no date] - I William ETHERIDGE for the sum of £30 paid to me by Samuel WILLIAMS for a negro man called Jacob.  Witness William MAUND, Arthur BUTT; Registered April 12, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 199] Jan. 23, 1792 - Solomon COWELL to William TOWNSEND, both of Currituck. For the rent and convenants herein. One acre of land next to BAXTER's bridge.  Witness: Benjamin COWELL, Chas. V. HERBERT; Registered April 13, 1792.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 200] March 26, 1792 - Cornelius GREGORY SEN., of the County of Camden, sold to Joseph GREGORY of the County of Currituck, for £300, a certain Tenement of land lying in Currituck beginning at a beach Willoughby DAUGEs & Thos. JARVIS corner in the Indian line at a place commonly called MERRILLs various courses to a corner of three trees said to be the corner of the Indian patent to the line called the Indian line, containing 105 acres it being part of that tract of land sold by Thomas LURRY to the said Cornelius GREGORY.  Witness: S. FEREBEE, Rich. GREGORY; Registered April 13, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 200] Sept. 8, 1790 - Lemuel RUSSELL sold to Aaron PADRICK for £55, a tract of land situated on North River adjoining said Lemuel RUSSELLs South line beginning on the River at a pine binding with Thos. SANDERSON land to said RUSSELL land various courses to a line of marked trees binding with William WROTENs North line to the first station, containing 50 acres. Witness: William WROTEN, Joseph LINDSEY; Registered April 13, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 201] Jan. 14, 1792 - I Malachi WEST of Princess Anne County Virginia for the sum of £20 paid to me by James BOWIN of County afsd. for a tract of land containing 23 acres being in Currituck County. Beginning at William READs line then to BOWINs line then to Reddy Branch joining JONES line thence to Reads line various courses to the first.  Witness Joshua WEST, Abner COATS; Registered April 13, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 201-202] Aug. 12, 1788 - I William RUSSELL for and in consideration of the sum of £8 paid to me by Joseph LINDSEY for a messuage of marsh & swamp on the mouth of North River. Beginning on the Southard side of Piney Island then binding Benjamin LINDSEY line various courses to the Grate Pond so on till it comes to strike a line of deed granted from Daniel LINDSEY to William CHAPLIN then binding that line various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness William WROTEN, John LINDSEY; Registered April 14, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 202] Jan. 9, 1792 - I Caleb MASON of the County of Hyde, Planter, for himself & Brother James MASON by virtue of Power of Attorney, for the sum of £125 paid to me by Thomas MERCER SEN. for a parcel of land in Currituck County containing 70 acres. Beginning on the Sound side Colo. James PHILLIPS line along his line to the main road various courses to the first station it being the land Sally MASON formerly lived.  Witness John MASON, Jna. LAUGHINHOSE, Nath. PAINE; Registered April 14, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 202-203] Mar. 6, 1792 - I Euphan STANLEY for the sum of £5 paid to me by Thomas FEREBEE for a parcel of land in Moyock District containing 1 acre, beginning near Thomas SWANN’S Cove various courses to the first station.  Witness J. GRANNIS, Thomas CHERRY, Elizabeth CHERRY; Registered April 17, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 203] Feb. 15, 1792 - I Sarey FEREBEE for and in consideration of the sum of $70 hard dollars paid to me by Thomas FEREBEE for all my 1/3 rite & title of the lands that my Husband James FEREBEE deceased unto his Brother Thomas FEREBEE.  Witness Hezekiah PURRINGTON, Charles BRIGHT, Jos. BALLENTINE; Registered April 17, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 203-204] Feb. 3, 1792 - I Josiah NICHOLSON, Planter, for the sum of £40 paid to me by John SLEIGHT for a parcel of land. Beginning at a corner of TAYLOR’S patent various courses the beginning of Joseph TAYLOR’S patent thence to the first station containing 50 acres of swamp or juniper land.  Witness William TAYLOR, John WILLIAMS; Registered April 17, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 204] Mar. 9, 1792 - I Jesse BENNETT & Euphan my Wife for the sum of £10 cash paid to me by Hezekiah PURRINGTON for a tract of land in Moyock District containing 7 acres. Beginning at a corner and in the line that formerly parted Jacob Goodman and Jesse BENNET land various courses to Charles BRIGHT’S line thence to the first station.  Witness David ETHERIDGE, Hillary CREEKMUR, Walter WILLIAMS; Registered April 17, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 205] Aug. 23, 1701 - I John BENNETT Planter & Mary my Wife, doe bargain and sell unto Andrew ETHERIDGE, boat write, 300 acres of land on the South side of Moyock Creek in the Northwest River. It being part of a tract of land surveyed by Joseph HOW on Nov. 18, 1695 containing 650 acres. Beginning at a corner belonging unto Thos. COX running down Moyock Creek various courses to first containing and layed out for 300 acres.  I John BENNETT further have sold unto Andrew ETHERIDGE a small parcel of land called MEVERILL’S? field containing 4 acres of land. Beginning various courses to the South side of the Branch called MEVERILL’S Branch to a line of division between John BENNETT & Andrew ETHERIDGE land.  Witness Timothy MATTHEWS, William BATEMAN;  Recorded Jan. 26, 1701.  This aforegoing deed is Registered in the new book April 18, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 205-206] Jan. 30, 1738/9 - I Thomas SCOFIELD & Mary my Wife for the sum of £20 paid to me by Caleb WILSON of Norfolk County Virginia for a parcel of land that William LUFMAN SEN. bought of John HODGSON and made over by Deed of Gift to William LUFMAN Jun lying on the East side of Moyock Creek. Beginning various courses through the plantation and tract of land to the head line of the premises to the Beaver Dam only leaving out the land I sold to William WILLIAMSON it being 50 acres. The premises being that same part of the tract of land which William LUFMAN JUN. lived on & was in actual possession when Deed of Gift was made by William LUFMAN SEN. to Wm. LUFMAN JUN.  Witness John LINTON, Rich. ODOWDY, Francis HODGES.  This within deed enrolled Sept. 7, 1739.  This aforegoing deed is registered on the new Book April 18, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 206-207] Feb. 10, 1792 - I Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND for and in consideration of the sum of £105 paid to me by Mitchell SIMMONS for a tract of land known by the name of East Ridge containing 200 acres. Beginning at Maximilion JARVES line to Peter DAUGE line to Thomas MERCER’S line to a line of marked trees John MERCER made when he sold land to Thomas MERCER various courses to the first station.  Witness Will. MAUND, John SLEIGHT JUN.; Registered April 18, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 207] Dec. 27, 1791 - I Jesse SIMMONS Esq. & Julan my Wife for the sum of £40 paid to me by Jeremiah PERKINS for a parcel of land beginning at John PERKINS line along his line various courses to Robt. BELL’S corner binding PERKINS line to Mrs. BELL’S home land along her line to Saml. WILLIAMS line thence to John PERKINS line thence to the first station containing 60 acres.  Witness T.P. WILLIAMS, Sam. SALYEAR JUN.; Registered April 19, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 207-208] Feb. 27, 1792 - I James HEATH & Amey his Wife for the sum of £46 paid to us by Isles SIMMONS for a tract of land. Beginning at the Mill Dam various courses to John WHEATLEY’S line various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Robt. HEATH, John SAWYER, Thos. NASH; Registered 19, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 208] June 29, 1791- I Hilary SIMMONS for the pure love and effection which I have and do bear unto Josiah MILLER Son of Charles MILLER Deceased of Norfolk County Virginia have given and granted unto him a negro man March, a negro girl named Nanncy, a negro girl Silvey them and their increase.  Witness Solomon JARVES, Rueben TEMBERBUCK?, Jean DAILY; Registered April 19, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 208] Jan. 24, 1789 - I Jonathan WILLIAMSON Guardian for the Minors of Francis WILLIAMSON for and in consideration of the yearly rent do let unto Willoughby BROOKS, Henry BRIGHT, & Peter BALLENTINE Yeomen, the plantation & farm whereon Francis WILLIAMSON deceased formerly lived during the term of 6 years from the date hereof. BROOKS, BRIGHT & BALLENTINE yielding & paying unto Jonathan WILLIAMS the just sum of £23 5 Shillings pr. Year and besides the above rent to put new sills to all the outhouses, the barn excepted, & to put new sills new sleepers, & weather board the dwelling house and to take in all the clear ground & not to tend any more than ½ of the plantation not exceeding 2 years.  Registered April 20, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 209] Mar. 27, 1790 - I James PARKER for of the sum of £60 paid to me by Peter PARKER for a piece of land on Narrow Shore. Beginning at Samuel SALYEAR’S line on the Sound side, now John McHORNEY’S line, along the Sound side to Charles GRIGE’S line along his line to the swamp along the swamp to John McHORNEY’S land along his line to the first station containing 39 acres.   Witness Saml. SALYEAR JUN., Nathan ONEEL; Registered April 20, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 209] Mar. 4, 1790 - I John GAMEWELL for the sum of £5 paid to me by Peter PARKER for a tract of land situate on the Banks being part of the land called the Grat Beach. Beginning on the Sea side joining William GAMEWELL deceased land various courses thence Southerly so far as will make up 50 acres.  Witness Jeremiah FOSTER, James PARKER; Registered April 20, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 209-210] Jan. 21, 1792 - I Phillip DAUGE & Nancy my Wife for the sum of £14 paid to us by Willoughby DAUGE for a parcel of land near Indian Ridge. Beginning at a corner between Willoughby DAUGE & Timothy ETHERIDGE running Northward down Willoughby DAUGE line to Timothy ETHERIDGE line then Westward to the first station to contain 7 acres.  Witness Mitchel DAUGE; Registered April 20, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 210] Jan. 4, 1792 - I James MASON of Camden County do constitute and appoint my Brother Caleb MASON my lawful Atorney for me and in my name to sell 35 acres of land in Currituck near Colo. James PHILLIPS which is my part of 105 acres. I give my Brother leave to sell the land and give a Deed in my name.  Witness Isaac GREGORY, Cornelius GREGORY; Registered April 20, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 210] Jan. 10, 1792 - I John MASON of the County of Camden, Planter, for the sum of £70 paid to me by Thomas MERCER SEN. for all that piece of land containing 35 acres. Beginning on the Sound side Evan THOMPSON’s line up his line to the main road down the road to Thomas MERCER’s line of the tract he bought of Caleb & James MASON Jan. 9, down his line to the Sound side along the Sound to the first station.  Witness John LAUGHINGHOUSE, Nathaniel PAINE; Registered April 21, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 211] Mar. 4, 1792 - I Demcy McPHERSON of the County of Camden for and in consideration of the sum of £28 paid to me by Benjamin LINTON for a tract of land situate in the Backwoods of Moyock and joining the lands of Peter CULPEPPER and Luke CHERRY. Beginning at CHERRY’S corner, standing in Rich. ETHERIDGE’S line thence with CHERRY’S line to the patent line thence with CULPEPPER line thence with Rich. ETHERIDGE line to the first station containing 28 acres.  Witness Joseph BALLENTINE, David MINTZ, Edward DOUGHTY JUN.; Registered April 21, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 211-212] Dec. 7, 1791 - I Lewis COX & Dinah my Wife for the sum of £50 paid to me by Henry CULPEPPER for a tract of land situate in the Backwoods of Moyock in Moyock District. Beginning in Lewis COX’S line various courses to Josiah CHERRY’S line various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.   Witness Peter CULPEPPER, David MINTZ, Edward DOUGHTY JUN.; Registered April 21, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 212] Sept. 7, 1791 - William NORTHERN of Currituck Co. sold to Samuel BUNNEL & Joseph BALLENTINE, both of Currituck Co., for 20 dollars, a tract of cypress swamp lying in Currituck Co. joining John NORTHERN, Malachi BOWREN, and BRIGHT's line, containing 230 acres; Registered: April 23, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 212-213] Feb. 22, 1792 - Christopher ONEEL, SEN'R. of Currituck Co. sold to William ADKINS of Currituck Co., for £50, 100 acres of land lying on Hatteras Banks.  Witness: John FLOWER; William DANIEL, JUNR.  Registered: April 23, 1792.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 213] Nov. 19, 1791 - Benjamin GAMEWELL of Currituck Co. sold to Thomas BEACHUM of Currituck Co., for£ 4 current money, a parcel of land lying in Currituck County on the North Banks joining Thomas BEST, and Kittyhawk Bay, containing 12 acres. Witness: Adr.? GREVES; Thos. [x] BEST.  Registered: April 23, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 213-214] Jan. 22, 1783 - I Laurance LUNGREEN for the sum of £5 paid to me by Thomas JARVES for a messuage of Bank land & marsh on the No. Sand Banks to the No. of Willoughby MORRIS.  Beginning on the Sound side at Colo. Samuel JARVES N.W. line along his line to the sea along the Sea side to Miller Hill thence to the Sound side along the Sound various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Thos. PARROMORE, Thos. LINDSEY; Registered April 23, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 214] Jan. 11, 1792 - Edward TAYLOR to Jonathan TAYLOR, JUNIO, both of Currituck County, for £10, 4 acres beginning "at a red oak near my gate" and bordered by John TAYLOR, JUN., Jonathan TAYLOR.  Witness: William TAYLOR and James (x) ALLEN. Registered, April 24, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 214]  1792 ? - Evan THOMPSON to Jesse SIMMONS for £5, 3 acres of land bordered by Josiah ETHERIDGE. Witnesses: Henry (x) CREAD, Francis SNOWDEN; Registered April 24, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 215]  Aug. 30, 1790 - I Jesse PATRIDGE for the sum of £6 paid to me by Caleb TOWLER for a tract of land lying on Kitty Hawk Banks being 100 acres. Beginning in the marsh near the middle of the marsh running thence to the Bay side various courses to the old Sea side binding the land of Edmund BEACHAM various courses to the edge of the Sea to the line of James TOWLER various courses to the first station.  Witness William DUNSTON, Jacob CAFFEY; Registered April 24, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 215-216]  June 5, 1788 - I Laban HILL for and in consideration of the sum of £20 paid to me by Samuel FEREBEE for a negro boy named Stephen aged 10 years. Witness James WHITE, John NORTHERN ; Registered April 21, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 216]  Dec. 29, 1791 - I George ROWLAND for and in consideration of the sum of £10 paid to me by William FLORY for a tract of land containing 11 acres. Beginning on William FLORY’S line down the Run various courses to the first station.   Witness John WALMSLEY, Rich. BRINT; Registered April 25, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 216]  Mar. 26, 1792 - I Henry CREED for the sum of £40 paid to me by Jesse SIMMONS for a piece of land. Beginning at John PERKINS corner thence to the corner that divides PERKINS and BELL thence to the first station containing 20 acres it being all the land that CREED bought of Evan THOMPSON.  Witness Gideon MARCHANT, Jona. WILLIAMSON; Registered April 25, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 216-217]  Mar. 27, 1792 - I Alexander Lagrand WHITEHALL Sheriff by virtue of a Writ of Fire Fricas issued out of the County Court of Pleas and Quarter Session which has commanded me out of the goods chattles & land of John GIBBENS deceased to cause the sum of £7 and 5 Shillings which Asa BATES recovered against the Administrator of GIBBENS Estate. In obedience of Writ I did enter and take possession of a tract of land, beginning at Joshua GIBBENS line down Stephen GIBBENS line to the plantation various courses to the first bounder containing 50 acres. On Oct. 1, 1788 at Public Sale when & where appeared Joshua HARRISON & bid the sum of £7 for the tract of land and was the highest bidder. By virtue of Writ I Alexander L. WHITEHALL did convey unto Joshua HARRISON the said tract of land.  Witness S. HALL; Registered April 25, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 217-218]  Mar. 8, 1792 - I Samson ETHERIDGE SEN. for the sum of £10 paid to me by Spence HALL, Esq. for a tract of land situate on Powels Point adjoining Zorobable HARRISON and the orphans of George Day WEST Dec’d. Beginning at the County road where it crosses Pains Swamp various courses to a line of marked trees that was agreed upon by myself Spence HALL and George D. WEST to be the boundaries of HALL & WEST and a dividing line between their lands said line was made by Alexander L. WHITEHALL & John SANDERSON by order of said parties to my old patent line various courses to the first bounder containing 10 acres.  Witness A.G. GREVES, Nathan HALL; Registered April 26, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 218]  Oct. 4, 1791 - I Samuel BARNARD for and in consideration of the sum of £100 paid to me by Spence HALL JUN. for a negro boy called George.  Witness Alex. WHITEHALL, Hadley WOODHOUSE; Registered April 26, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 218-219]  Apr. 10, 1789 - I Lamuel SIMMONS for the sum of £50 paid to me by John WALKER for a tract of land lying on Powels Point. Beginning on the Westerd side of Lamuel SIMMONS land various courses to Thomas WALKER’S line thence along his line to John Pad. ADAMS line along his line to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness  John SIMMONS, Thomas WALKER; Registered April 26, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 219] Mar. 29, 1792 - Thos. WILLIAMS, Sheriff, to James PHILLIPS, for £20,  paid to James PHILLIPS...... endorsed all my right, title interest. . . ../s/ James PHILLIPS. Witness: William TAYLOR. Registered April 26, 1792. [difficult to read]

[Deed Book 6, pg. 219-220] Jan. 27, 1792 - I Enoch GREGORY & Frances my Wife for the sum of £8 10 Shillings paid to us by Robert BARNARD for a piece of land containing 17 acres of land a patent that Colo. Solomon PERKINS patented and surveyed Oct. 29, 1782 lying near North River. Beginning in Willoughby DAUGE and Thos. SANDERS corner thence in Robert BARNARD’S line with his line to the Indian line to SANDERS line with his line to the first station.  Witness Brickhouse BELL; Registered April 27, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 220] Mar. 17, 1792 - I Thomas FEREBEE & Elizabeth my Wife for the sum of £5 paid to me by Charles BRIGHT & Hezekiah PURRINGTON for a tract of land in the Moyock District containing 1 acre, beginning near Thomas FEREBEE’S cove various courses to the first station.  Witness Thos. CHERRY, Elizabeth CHERRY; Registered April 27, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 221]  Dec. 16, 1791 - Alexander MARTIN to Joseph TAYLOR, for £10 for every 100 acres, 169 acres of land near Cowonjock Bay by Colo. SIMMONS new patent, William SMITH and Samuel ONEEL.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN.  Registered May 30, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 221-222]  Jan. 18, 1723/4 - I John PENNEY (Perry?) & Sarah my Wife of the County of Albemarle, for the sum of £15 paid to me by Henry WOODHOUSE for a sertain plantation & tract of land containing 241 acres & 30 poles in precinct of Currituck near the South side of Currituck Narrows and in the year 1712 was patented to Isaac JONES late of this precinct, Isaac JONES sold this tract to Thomas EVANS and Richard WILLIAMSON then sold by EVANS to Richard WILLIAMSON unto JOHN PENNY.  Witness Joseph WICKER, Richard DAUGE; Registered Jan. 14, 1723/4

Jan. 5, 1746 - Know all men I Henry WOODHOUSE do assign all my right title & interest of the within mentioned Deed of Sale & all the land mentioned to John BARRETT.  Witness Jonathan JARVES, Peter BAUM.  This aforegoing Deed and assignment on the back of the said Deed is Registered May 31, 1792

May Term 1792 - To John NORTHERN Esq. You are to take private examination of Catharine MARCHANT wether she of her own accord relinquished her Right of Dower to the within conveyed land.

May 30, 1792 - Caterin MARCHANT did convey her Right of Dower freely & of her own accord without fear or compulsion of Gideon MARCHANT. /s/ John NORTHERN J.P.; Registered May 31, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 222]  Mar. 15, 1792 - I William DUDLEY for and in consideration of the sum of 20 Shillings paid to me by William GRIFFEN for 1 acre of land lying in the North East corner of William DUDLEY’S plantation.  Witness Vinson WHITE, Malachi DUDLEY; Registered June 27, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 223]  Mar. 16, 1792 - I John WALLER of the County of Norfolk Virginia for and in consideration of the sum of £37 paid to me by Jesse IVES for a parcel of land lying in the Backwoods of Moyock. Beginning at William POWERS and Luke CHERRY’S corner thence with POWER’S line to Lewis COX’S line with his line to Henry CULPEPPER’S line thence with his line to Josiah CHERRY’S line the course of his line to the first station containing 50 acres.  Mary WALLER voluntarily relinquished her Right of Dower; Registered June 29, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 223]  Jan. 26, 1792 - I Robert FEREBEE for and in consideration of the sum of £75 paid to me by Phillip DAUGE for a negro wench named Pegg and her child named Fillis.  Witness Jos. BALLENTINE, J. GRANNIS; Registered June 29, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 224]  June 3 1789 - I Kedar MULDER Sheriff by command of a Writ of Fiere Facias issued out of the County Court ordering me out of the goods, chattles & lands of Thomas HAYMAN Esq. deceased in the hands of John SIMMONS Executor to cause the sum of  £17 8 Shillings & 8 Pence which was recovered against him for Debt by James PHILLIPS. In obedience of Writ I did enter and take into possession a tract of land containing 346 acres of land near the head of Moyock Creek commonly called the Light Swamp. At public sale Joseph FEREBEE appeared & bid the sum of £25 for the land & was the highest bidder. I Kedar MULDER Sheriff by virtue of Writ have granted and conveyed the said land unto Joseph FEREBEE.  Registered June 29, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 224-225]  Mar. 3, 1792 - I James DAUGE for the sum of £60 paid to me by Francis DIVERS of Camden County for a peace of land near the Crooked Run. Beginning at Peter DAUGE JUN. line thence binding on the road then running same course of DAUGE’S line runs various courses to the first station containing 25 acres.  Witness John DAUGE, James DAUGE SEN.; Registered June 29, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 225]  Mar. 5, 1791 - I Mitchel DAUGE for the sum of £7 paid to me by Phillip DAUGE for a peace of land on the West side of Indian Ridge beginning at the eand of my plantation, thence a Westardly course to a corner of Phillip DAUGE various courses containing 3 acres.   Witness Willoughby DAUGE; Registered June 30, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 225-226]  Mar. 17, 1792 - I Edward WOOLRIDGE & Lydia his Wife of the County of Norfolk Virginia for and in consideration of the sum of £40 paid to me by Bennett ARMSTRONG for a tract of land near Moyock Mill containing 100 acres. The land formerly belonged to Jacob Goodman & conveyed to Edward WOOLRIDGE date June 1784 bounded by the lands of Silas & Henry BRIGHT various courses thence along Willis BRIGHT’S line thence to the first beginning.  Witness Jacob DOUGHTY, William FORKER, William WILSON SEN.; Registered June 30, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 226-227]  May 26, 1792 - I Thomas BARNARD & Elizabeth my Wife for the sum of £65 paid to me by Samuel BARNARD for a small parcel of land that was formerly the property of John GIBSON which GIBSON bought of Richard SANDERSON. Beginning at main Powels Point road at Benjamin POYNER’S corner with his line to the Eastward Swamp with the swamp to Richard SANDERSON’S dec’d line with his line various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Thos. HEATH, Alex. WHITEHALL; Registered  July 2, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 227]  May 19, 1792 - I Caleb SEARS for the sum of £54 paid to me by Jeremiah MERCER for a piece of land being the 1/3 part allotted for Mary PARR one of the co-heirs & Daughters of Thomas FENTON dec’d. Bounded by the North by Thomas FENTON’S line to the East by Thomas MERCER & Jeremiah MERCER’S line South by Giles GIBS line West by John STANLEY & Mitchel DAUGE’S line containing 36 acres.  Witness Hilary SIMMONS, Elizabeth SIMMONS; Registered July 2, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 227-228]  Apr. 15, 1792 - I Charles BRIGHT for the sum of £8 hard cash paid to me by Hezekiah PURRINGTON for a tract of land situate in Moyock Dirstract containing 8 acres. Beginning at a corner in Charles BRIGHT’S line that formerly parted Jacob GOODMAN & John BENNETT running Westerly to Silas BRIGHT’S line along his line Northerly course along sd line & Carter BENNETT’S  line to a corner in Jesse BENNET’S line then Southwesterly course along the line that was formerly Jesse BENNET’S line to the first station.   Witness Davis ETHERIDGE, James ETHERIDGE; Registered July 2, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 228] May 22, 1792 - Mason THOMPSON to her grandson William THOMPSON in consideration of natural love and affection; to grandson, William THOMPSON, one bed and bed stead, some furnitor; one bisulet: four string chairs; one pair of flat irons; one coffee mill; Witness: John THOMPSON, Caleb SIMMONS;  Signed Mason (x - her mark) THOMPSON. Registered July 3, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 228-229] Mar. 22, 1792 - We David GIBSON & James STILL for the sum of £17 and 10 Shillings paid to us by Nathan POYNER for a parcel of land. Binding on Jesse SANDERSON dec’d land various courses to a corner adjoining the land of Alexander WHITEHALL Esq. & John SANDERSON JUN. various courses to the first station containing 17 ½ acres.  Witness Thos. POYNER, Ann POYNER; Registered July 3, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 229] May 28, 1792 - I Peter DAUGE & Cloe my Wife for and in consideration of the sum of £8 paid to me by William HUTCHENS for a parcel of land containing 85 acres.  Witness Solomon ALCOCK, Richard GREGORY; Registered July 3, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 229] May 29, 1792 - Josiah NICHOLSON to Willis BALLANCE both of Currituck County, for £15, 50 acres of land lying in a patent from Alexander MARTIN, Esq. (Jun, Gdn??) bordering John ETHERIDGE, Lamb WILSON, Josiah NICHOLSON, and John MUDGETT (?? -- Wherigett?).  Recorded July 4, 1792. /s/ Willis ETHERIDGE, Register.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 230]  May 23, 1792 - Jonathan BARNES to Armistead SOLES for £100, one Negro woman Phebe and her Negro Boy Child James. Witness: Wm. Taylor BUCK (?) ROYLES(?); Registered July 4, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 230-231] Mar. 3, 1792 - Daniel MIDYETT of Cape Hatteras Banks in Currituck County sold to Thomas FARROW, planter, of the same place, for £5, a tract of land on Bats Beach between Kennekeet and Chicamacomico beginning at Richard MIDYETT's corner on the soundside and running to the sea beach, containing 50 acres.  Wit: Major CLARK, John CLARK.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 231]  May 6, 1792 - William NORTHERN and his wife Frances of Currituck Co. sold to Lewis COX of Currituck Co., for £200 hard money, a tract of land lying in Currituck County about 1/2 mile from Moyock Mill and joining the land of Simon WILSON, Nick Swamp road, Malachi BOWREN, dec'd., Joseph BALLENTINE, dec'd., Willis BRIGHT and Phillip DAUGE, containing 130 acres.  /s/ William NORTHERN; Frances NORTHERN.  Witnesses: Willis BIOARS?, Samuel [x] POWERS, Edward DOUGHTY, JUNR.  Registered: July 5, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 231-232]  May 26, 1792 - I Lewis COX & Dinah my Wife for the sum of £100 paid to me by Samuel POWERS for a tract of land in the Backwoods of Moyock. Beginning at the mouth of a ditch in a place called Nick Swamp thence South to CHERRY’S line then to William POWER’S land various courses to BRIGHT’S corner along his land to Nathan ETHERIDGE’S line along his line thence binding on ETHERIDGE & James POWERS land various courses to the first station containing 100 acres.  Witness Willis POWERS, William NORTHERN, Edward DOUGHTY JUN.; Registered July 5, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 232-233]  May 30, 1792 - I Thomas P. WILLIAMS Sheriff by virtue of a Writ of Fiere Facias issued out of the County Court of Currituck directing me out of the goods, chattles & lands of Daniel LUFFMAN dec’d to cause the sum of  £38, 4 Shillings & 10 Pence which lately Elias DAUGE recovered against the Executor of LUFFMAN. In obedience I did enter & take into possession a parcel of land containing about 20 acres situate near the head of Tulls Creek. Beginning at William GRIFFITH’S corner down to William JARVIS line to JAMES BRINT’S corner various courses to a tree near Rich. DAUGE’S house & then to first station.  I did expose said land for sale where and when James BRINT appeared and bid the sum of £26 for the land and was highest bidder. I Thomas P. WILLIAMS did convey & grant said land unto the said James BRINT.  Witness John S. WILLIAMS, Will. MAUND; Registered July 5, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 233] 1792 - Thomas O'NEEL, planter of Hatteras Banks in Currituck County sold to Christopher MIDYETT, planter of the same place, for £20, a tract of land on Hatteras Banks containing 50 acres beginning at the soundside at the corner of Christopher O'NEEL's north line and joining Thomas O'NEEL.  Witness: Major CLARK, Christopher O'NEEL

[Deed Book 6, pg. 234] Oct. 27, 1784 - No. 77 - Know ye that for the sum of 50 Shillings fore every 100 acres hereby granted paid into our Treasury by Richard ETHERIDGE have given & granted a tract of land containing 80 acres. Beginning on the edge of the Virginia line and Moses BALLANCE, Sexton POWERS on the edge of the road binding on Sexton POWERS to Luke CHERRIES along his line to the Virginia line then to the first station. Yielding and paying to us such sums as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Richard ETHERIDGE shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months of the date hereof.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN; Registered Aug. 31, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 234] Oct. 27, 1784 - No. 87 - Know ye that for the sum of 50 Shillings for every 100 acres hereby granted paid into our Treasury by Peter CULPEPER have given & granted a tract of land containing 47 acres. Beginning at Luke CHERRIES corner thence to Jonathan BALLANCE’S line various courses to the Virginia line with this line to Richard ETHERIDGE corner thence to the first station. Yielding and paying to us such sums as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Peter CULPEPER shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months of the date hereof.  /s/ Alex. MARTIN; Registered Aug. 31, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 235] July 10, 1788 - No. 105 - Know ye that we for the sum of £10 for every hundred acres hereby granted paid into our Treasury by Peter CULPEPPER have given and granted a tract of land containing 88 acres. Beginning in the Virginia and McPHERSON line running to POWERS line various courses to the Virginia line thence to the first station. Yielding and paying to us such sums as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Peter CULPEPER shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months of the date hereof.  /s/ Sam. JOHNSTON; Registered Aug. 31, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 235] Oct. 25, 1714 - Noble Henry Duke of Beadfort & the Lords Proprietors of Carolina have given and granted unto William BELL a tract of land containing 325 acres lying between Thos. TAYLOR & John PELL’S. Beginning on Coinjock Bay various courses to John PELL’S land thence various courses to the first station, being due for the Transportation of 1 person for every 50 acres. Yielding and paying to us yearly the rent of 1 Shilling for every 50 acres. Provided that William BELL that he seat & plant or cause to be seat or planted within 3 years after the date hereof.  /s/ Charles EDEN.  Recorded in Secretary Office Nov. 29, 1714.  N.B. this aforegoing was not easerly to be under stood but I have recorded it as I under stood it.    Registered Aug. 31, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 236]  May 23, 1792 - Thos. WILLIAMS to Zorobable HARRISON. Thomas WILLIAMS and Fanny WILLIAMS, for £10 lawful money of the State of North Carolina, sold to Zorobable HARRISON land in Currituck County at Powells Point. Land late the property of Josiah HARRISON. /s/ Thos. WILLIAMS Fanney WILLIAMS. Witness: Benjamin TAYLOR, Wm. TAYLOR; Registered September 19, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 236]  May 23, 1792 - Thomas WILLIAMS to William MACCOY.  Thomas WILLIAMS and Fanny his wife,  for £60, sold 50 acres on Powels Point by Albemarle Sound & Sampson ETHERIDGE, SEN.  Witness: Benjamin TAYLOR, SEN. and John HILL; Registered September 19, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 237] May 28, 1792 - Thos. WILLIAMS and Fanney his wife, sold to John HILL, for £50, 40 acres of land on Powels point bounded by Zorobable HARRISON and James ETHERIDGE.  Witness: Benjamin TAYLOR, William MACCOY.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 237-238] Dec. 21, 1791 - John DOUGH sold to Isaac Tillett, both of Currituck County, for £13 & 15 shillings, 100 acres of land on the North Banks on Currituck Sound beginning at the Sound....with the old patent line to Robersons Creek....Witness: D. GRIVES;  Henry SIKES; Registered September the 20th 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 238] Jan. 13, 1792 - Edw. WEST & his wife Susanah sold to Jonathan WEST, both of Currituck, for £100, 25 acres in Gibbs Neck in Currituck . . . being one half of the land that Nathaniel Spence WEST left to his two sons Obediah and Jonathan and it being the (?) side of the land Obediah conveyed to said Edward.  /s/ Edwd. WEST. Susannah (x) WEST. Witness: Josiah NICHOLSON, Obediah WEST; Registered September 21, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 238] Apr. 3, 1792 - I Timothy IVES for the sum of £50 paid to me by Thomas IVES for a tract of land lying on the Narrows Shore. Beginning on the Shore side to Thomas TAYLOR’S line thence to William HOLLAWAY’S line various courses to the first station containing 25 acres.  Witness Saml. SALYEAR JUN., Sarah SALYEAR, William WOODHOUSE; Registered Sept. 20, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 239] Jan. 12, 1792 - Obediah WEST and his wife Rebeckah sold  to Edwd. WEST, for £100, 50 acres of land in Gibbs Neck being one half of land that Nathaniel Spence WEST gave to his two sons Obediah and Jonathan, this being the easternmost side of said land.  /s/ Obediah WEST, Rebeckah (s) WEST. Witness: Josiah NICHOLSON, Rebeckah NICHOLSON, Jonathan WEST; Registered September 22, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 239] Feb. 29, 1792 - We Frederick LEE & Sarah LEE for and in consideration of the sum of £20 paid to us by Asa LEE for all our Right and Title & Interest of all the personal estate of Caleb LEE, Deceased.  Witness Joseph GEE, Aney HEATH; Registered Sept. 22, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 240] Jan. 12, 1792 - Edwd. WEST to Obadiah WEST, for £100, one hunded acres in Gibbs Neck at the mouth of the Reedy Branch joining MARCHANT, Doxey JONES, William REED and Joshua ?. /s/ Edwd. WEST Rebeckah (x) WEST and Susanah (x) WEST. Witness: Josiah NICHOLSON, Jonathan WEST, and Rebeckah NICHOLSON; Registered September 21, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 240-241] Mar. 16, 1792 - I Benjamin EVANS for the sum of £87 paid to me by Peter PADRICK for a piece of land. Beginning by the Swamp side various course to the new line of William MELSON with this new line thence to John EVANS various courses to the first station containing 100 acres.  Witness A.D. GREVES, Wm. MACCOY; Registered Sept. 21, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 241] Aug. 30, 1792 - John THOMSON, planter, sold to Willis WALKER for £25, land in the backwoods, being part of the plantation where I now live; by road that leads to said Walker; bordered by Mary WALKER, WHITEHURST line, John SLAUGHTER's line; refers to "my heirs" re John THOMPSON; Witness: Josiah NICHOLSON and Rebekah NICHOLSON.  /s/ John THOMPSON and Mary THOMSON; Registered September 25, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 241] May 28, 1792 - I Joseph FEREBEE for the sum of £15 paid to me by Edward DOUGHTY for a messuage of land. Beginning to a corner between William POWERS & Josiah CHERRY binding on CHERRY’S line various courses to MAY’S line various courses to the first station containing  80 acres. Being ½ of a tract of Cypress Swamp taken up by Josiah CHERRY & Thomas HAYMAN Esq. which said ½ was sold by Kedar MULDER Sheriff to Joseph FEREBEE.  Witness James PHILLIPS, John WILLIAMS; Registered Sept. 24, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 242] June 4, 1792 - I William MACCOY for the sum of £60 paid to me by Joshua HARRISON for a piece of land on Powels Point adjoining the land of A.D. GREVES. Beginning at the side of the main road at Halls line with his line till intersexs Mark DAVIS line with his line to Richard DOUGH’S with his line to the main road with the road to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness A.D. GREVES, John MACCOY; Registered Sept. 25, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 242] Aug. 23, 1792 - I Benjamin SIKES & Kezia my Wife for and in consideration of the sum of £15 paid to me by William CHAPLEN for all his rights, Titles and claims of the 3rd  of land whereon he now lives.  Witness David GRAVES/GREVES; Registered Sept. 25, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 242-243] May 13, 1792 - I Thomas Pool WILLIAMS Sheriff by order of a Writ of Fiere Facies issued out of the County Court of Currituck commanding me out of the goods, chattles & lands of Nathan THOMPSON to cause the sum of £31 which lately John STEPHENS recovered against him. In obedience of Writ I did enter and take possession of a tract of land containing 60 acres lying on Cowinjock Bay binding on the lands of John DOXEY & Armstead SOLES whereon Mason THOMPSON now lives. After legal notice being given I did expose the sale of the land and to discharge the said judgment with 2 others that Willoughby WHITE and Edward WALKER obtained against Nathan THOMPSON. Peggy FLETCHER appeared at the sale and bid the sum of £47 and was the highest bidder, by virtue of said Writ I have granted & conveyed unto her the said land.  Witness  John S. WILLIAMS ; Registered Oct. 1, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 243] Aug. 8, 1791 - I James DAUGE for the sum of £18 paid to me by Tulley DAUGE for a parcel of land lying in the East Swamp. Beginning in Richard Hutchins line it being a corner between Peter DAUGE’S land & the premises various courses to Phillip DAUGE’S line thence to Rich’d. HUTCHIN’S line with his line to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Peter DAUGE, S. FEREBEE; Registered Oct. 2, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 244] Oct. 13, 1791 - I Joseph PELL of Camden County for the sum of £455 paid to me by William GRAY of afsd. County, for a parcel of land in Currituck County which I bought of Thomas LURRY. Beginning at the mouth of Crooked Run along the Run binding the land of John STEWART heirs to a corner between the lands of STEWART heirs and Richard GREGORY thence along Crooked Run to the main road that leads to Robert BARNARD’S various courses to North River Swamp binding on the Swamp to the first station containing 140 acres.  Witness John GALL, S. FEREBEE; Registered Oct. 2, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 244] Mar. 22, 1792 - I David GIBSON for and in consideration of the sum of £4 paid to me by James STILL for a piece of land. Beginning on North River Swamp thence binding on James STILL’S land to Nathan POYNER’S line various courses to the first station containing 4 ½ acres.  Witness Thos. POYNER, Nathan POYNER; Registered Oct. 2, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 245] 1792 [no month or day noted] - Peggy FLETCHER sold to John THOMPSON, both of Currituck, for £49, 80 acres of land in Currituck on Coinjock Bay, adjoining land formerly owned by Thomas TALLAMS(?) and Armistead SOLES /s/ Peggy FLETCHER Witness: Jonathan TAYLOR; Registered, October 10(?), 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 245]  March 30, 1792 - Frederick LEE sold to Asa LEE for £30,a tract of land belonging to Caleb LEE, dec’d., containing 50 acres lying between Thomas MERCER and SHERGOLDs. Witness: Joseph LEE, Eadith LEE; Registered October 3, 1792.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 246]  Jan. 29, 1773 - I William SIMPSON of State of Virginia Princess Anne County have released and forever quit claimed a bond by John COCKTON on Janurary 29, 1773 for £43, 13 Shillings & 8 pence half penny Virginia Currency which bond was lost when the British invaded Virginia, now is fully satisfied paid up by the said John COCKTON. Witness: Josiah BIGLOW, Lovey JONES. Proved by Lovey JONES now Love BALLENTINE.  Registered October 3, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 246]  Oct. 13, 1719 - I John MILLER of Norfolk County for and in consideration of a vallueyable consideration in hand payed by Ezebelle BATEMAN for a certain messuage tract of land lying and being in the County of Albemarle woods on the South side of the Northwest River in the Precinct of Currituck in the County of Albemarle containing 100 acres beginning at a Maple thence norwest along John MILLERs line to a beach then South and West joining on Daniel MACKFASHON to a beach thence East South East joining on the other part of John MILLERs patents to a beach thence East North East joining on Nicholas MARSHILLs and William ETHERIDGE to the first station.  /s/ John [x] MILLER.  Witness: Andrew PEACOCK, Wm. ROSS; Registered November 21, 1792.  [Why so long between the date of deed and the registration?]

[Deed Book 6, pg. 247]  Nov. 24, 1792 - I David ETHERIDGE & Polly my Wife for the sum of £100 paid to me by Hezekiah PURRINGTON for a parcel of land near Moyock Mill. Beginning at a line formerly Thos. WAMSLEY’S  various courses to Silas BRIGHT’S line various courses to the first station containing 30 acres.  Witness J. GRANNIS, Willaim WARDAIN; Registered Dec. 4, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 247-248]  Nov. 12, 1792 - I Thomas POYNER for and in consideration of the sum of 93 Silver dollars paid to me by Seth HOLSTEAD for a piece of land it being the land given by Humphrey POYNER deceased to Thomas POYNER. Beginning on the North edge of the marsh road joyning on John PERKINS along his line various courses to HUGH’S line along his line to CAMPBELL’S line thence various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Willis ETHERIDGE, Agness ETHERIDGE; Registered Dec. 5, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 248]  Oct. 8, 1792 - I Elisha JANKINS for the sum of £60 paid to me by William GALE for a parcel of land. Beginning various courses of the patent to James BRINT’S corner with his line to the Beaver Dam Swamp thence through the Swamp to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness James BRINT, William SIMMONS; Registered Dec. 5, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 248-249]  Oct. 16, 1792 - I Capt. Andrew BATES & Sarah [Salley in another place] my Wife for and in consideration of the sum of 1000 Spanish milled Dollars paid to me by John ANSELL for a parcel of land. Beginning at the mouth of a Creek adjacent to John BATES warfe land running up to the casway thence up Willis BALLANCE line to John BATES land various courses to Henry BALLENTINE’S line thence to North West River various courses to Tulls Bay to the mouth of Tulles Creek up the Creek to the first station containing 300 acres.   Witness  Holl. WILLIAMS, Simon MATTHIAS; Registered Dec. 7, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 249]  Oct. 16, 1792 - I John SNEDEN of Orange County in the State of New York, Mariner, for divers good causes me there unto moving have constituted & appointed Samuel SALYEAR, planter, my true & lawful attorney for me & in my name & my use to ask demand sue etc. to recover & receive such sums of money debts and demands whatsoever which are now due & owing unto me. To do all lawful ways & means whatsoever in my name as I myself might do if I were personly present. I John SNEDEN did by a certain instrument in writing (date left blank) constitute & appoint Selby HEARNEY of Camden County, Planter, my Power of Attorney I now revoke, & make void said instrument of writing & all & every other Power of Attorney whatsoever by me made and that Samuel SALYEAR is my only true Power of Attorney.  Witness Nathan ONEEL; Registered Dec. 7, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 250]  Oct. 8, 1792 - I William GALE for and in consideration of the sum of £60 paid to me by Elisha JANKINS for a parcel of land. Beginning at Rich’d FL???? Corner up the Run to LEE’S line along his line various courses to the first station containing 61 acres.  Witness James BRINT, William SIMMONS; Registered Dec. 10, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 250]  Nov. 28, 1792 - I Matthew MATTHIAS for and in consideration of the sum of £100 paid to me by Simon MATTHIAS 1 horse 2 beds with every other article both within doors & without doors.  Witness James BRAY, John BRAY; Registered Dec. 10, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 250-251]  Aug. 26, 1789 - I Kedar MULDER Sheriff by order of a Writ fieris facias issue out of the Court of Pleas & Quarter Session which has commanded me that out of the goods, chattles & lands of Thomas HAYMAN Esq. to cause the sum of £15 8 Shillings & 1 Penney lately recovered by Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND Esq. In obedience of the Writ I Kedar MULDER Sheriff did enter and take possession of a tract of land whereon Thomas HAYMAN dec’d formerly lived. Beginning in the Distract of Moyock bounded by the lands of Marmeduke COX & the land of John NORTHERN to the main road by the road to the first station containing 100 acres. After due notice at Public Vandue where & when Drusilla TOWNSEND now the Wife of Hezekiah PURRINGTON appeared and by Gideon MARCHANT bid the sum of £224 for the land and was highest bidder. By virtue of the Writ I Kedar MULDER have conveyed and granted the land unto Drusilla TOWNSEND;  Registered Dec. 11, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 251]  Oct. 22, 1792 - I Richard STANLEY for the sum of £10 paid to me by Thomas STANLEY for a peace of land on the Easterd side of Indian Ridge. Beginning between Richard STANLEY & John STANLEY orphans thence to Timothy ETHERIDGE’S line various courses to the first station containing 2 acres.  Witness Phillip DAUGE; Registered Dec. 12, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 252]  June 1792 - I Malachi DUDLEY for the rent & covenants herein after reserved on the behalf of Willis WICKER, I have granted & to farm let to him a messuage of land on Knots Island containing 62 acres. It being the land & plantation which belonged to James SIMPSON deceased for the full term of 8 year. Yielding and paying yearly the sum of 10 Dollars, cut 2000 feet of Ditch 4 feet wide & 2 feet deep on the plantation where Malachi DUDLEY thinks best, also to bring on the plantation 15 hundred rails & repair the houses as followeth: to new sill the dwelling house & scearf the door to weatherbord the house & to shingle the ruff with juniper shingles & to plant ????? nursery 16 feet square on the plantation. If the rent of £10 gets behind or unpaid by 30 days it shall be lawful for Malachi DUDLEY or his heirs to re-enter and & repossess.  Witness Willis WICKER, Jean HEATH; Registered Dec. 12, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 252-253]  1792 - I William WICKER & Elizabeth my Wife for and in consideration of the sum of £26 paid to me by John LITCHFIELD & Jacob LITCHFIELD for one Island of land containing 50 acres.  Witness WILLIAMS Holly, John WILLIAMS; Registered Dec. 13, 1792

[Deed Book 6, Pg. 253] Oct. 25, 1792 - Nathan HALL sold to George CAFFEE, for £4 lawfull money. "...land lying & situated on the North banks begining at a marked pine standing by the afsd. Sound Side then Running North 56 Degrees & 75 Minutes East by aline of marked trees to the Sea Side then a S.S. East course along the Sea Side to where CAFFEE's former Deed came to thence South 56 & 15 minutes west across the banks to Currituck Sound then by various courses of Said Sound to the first Station..." 40 acres. Witness: John ANSELL, James BRAY; Registered Dec. 13, 1792

[Deed Book 6, Pg. 253-254] Sept. 10, 1792 - I Mordicai BEESLEY & Lydia my Wife for the sum of £65 paid to me by Willis GUIN for a tract of land lying on Knots Island containing 25 acres. Beginning at Eli SMITH’S line to Jacob LITCHFIELD’S line to Thomas WILLIAM’S line to WILLIS GUIN’S line to John SIMPSON’S line thence to the first station.  Witness William BESLEY, Cornelius BESLEY; Registered Dec. 14, 1792

[Deed Book 6, Pg. 254] Oct. 25, 1792 - Nathan HALL sold to John GALLOP for £17, a certain tract of land lying on Currituck Banks beginning at a stake standing by the side of Jeneguite Creek various courses by a line of marked trees ajoyning George CAFFEEs land to a stake standing by the side of Currituck Sound then by various courses of Currituck Sound and Jenegyte Creek to the first bounder to contain 178 acres. Witness: John ANSELL, James BRAY; Registered December 14, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 254-255] Oct. 25, 1792 - [Heading] Absolom DOLBY, John EVANS & Lovey EVANS to William RUSSELL - Absolom DOLBY, John EVANS & Louisey (sic) EVANS sold to William RUSSELL for £100, a tract of land beginning at the edge of the main rode joining the land that was John LINDSEYs to contain 130 acres. Whereas this deed has a reference to a patent granted to Absolom DOULBY in behalf of Louisay RUSSELL who has since entermarried with John EVANS bearing date the 24th of October 1786 which bargained & sold lands & premises we the afsd. Absolom DOULBY, John EVANS & Louisay EVANS his wife... Witness: Nathan HALL, Lemuel DABBFEY?; Registered Dec. 15, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 255] Mar. 17, 1792 - Benjamin EVANS sold to William MELSON, for £19, one parcel of land being on Powels Point containing 19 acres beginning at Mathias TOLERs line to a White Oake to John EVANS line thence with said EVANS line thence with said TOLERs to first station.  Witness: Nathan HALL, S. HALL; Registered December 17, 1792

[Deed Book 6, pg. 256] Dec. 27, 1792 - No. 143 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres hereby granted paid into our Treasury by William ODOWDY for a tract of land containing 149 ½ acres. Beginning on the Swamp side at Thomas WHITE’s line to Alexander WHITEHALL’s line various courses to David GIBSON’s line various courses to the North River Swamp along the Swamp to the first station. Yielding and paying unto us such sums as our General Assembly may direct, provided that William ODOWDY shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within the time limited by Law.  /s/ Richard Dobbs SPAIGHT; Registered Feb. 28, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 256-257] Feb. 19, 1789 - I Henry BEASLEY of Island of Roanoak, for and in consideration of the sum of £6 paid to me by Abel ASHBEE for a tract of land lying on Roanoak Island. Beginning at a tree dividing the land of Samuel MANN’S line it being a corner along the marked trees to Abel ASHBEE’S line from thence to the first station containing 12 acres.  Witness Tart ETHERIDGE, Suthey SAVAGE, Archabald McDONALD, James PHILLIPS; Registered March 26, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 258] May 4, 1792 - I Benjamin SIKES for the sum of £3 paid to me by John McCOYE for a peace of land. Beginning at a gum running along John McCOYE line to William CHAPLIN’S line then along Benjamin SIKES patent line to William GIBSON’S line along his line to the first station containing 30 acres.  Witness David GREAVES, Peter PADRICK; Registered March 27, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 258-259] Feb. 7, 1793 - I John WALKER & Sarah my Wife for the sum of £60 paid to me by Spence WALKER for a parcel of land lying on Powels Point. Beginning on the Westered side of Lamuel SIMMONS land various courses to Thomas WALKER’S line along his line to John Padrick ADAM’S line along his line to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Nathan HALL, Thos. WALKER; Registered March 27, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 259] May 18, 1791 - I Matthias TOLER for the sum of £20 paid to me by James TOLER for a tract of land lying on Powels Point on the N.E. side of Powels Point known by the name of Reeds Gum Hammock. Beginning at the head of Graving Creek West to the Caussway, running up the caussway various courses to Henry EVANS corner containing 150 acres.   Witness Nathan HALL, William MELSON, John LINDSEY; Registered March 28, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 259] Feb. 25, 1793 - Isaiah PARR and Mary, his wife sold to James WILLIAMSON for £31 & 5 shillings, 25 acres in Currituck joining Isaiah PARRs land which he bought of Phillip NORTHERN and Charity his wife.  Witnesses: William TAYLOR, William WILLIAMSON; Registered March 28, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 260] Dec. 26, 1792 - I Betsey BARRET because of William GALE obliging himself to maintain me during my natural life in sufficient good victuals & cloth & also in further consideration of 1 Shilling to me paid by William GALE I have given and conveyed unto him 1 bedstead & furniture, 1 pot & spider, & spinning wheel & all & singular my other goods & chattles. If I Betsey BARRET should chose at any time to renounce the benefit of the said GALES obligation to maintain me or if he should fail to fulfill the obligation then this writing to be null & void.  Witness Richard Dauge; Registered March 28, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 260-261] Jan. 5, 1793 - I Prescoat NICKENS for the sum of £200 in actual hard cash paid to me by John NORTHERN for a parcel of land. Beginning on the Swamp Road from Moyock Mill bounded on George MAY’S land thence binding on Richard NICKEN’S line down to Thos. ELLISON’S line from his line to John NORTHERN’S line to the first station containing 50 acres. Being a tract of land that Richard NICKENS deceased give to his Grandson Prescoat NICKENS & including the land that Rich’d. NICKENS deceased also in his LWT left the use & benefit of on conditions to Leah & Margret NICKENS his Daughters, during life and then to Prescoat NICKENS.   Witness Caleb COX, Edw. DOUGHTY; Registered March 29, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 261] Jan 5, 1793 - I Prescoat NICKINS am held & firmly bound unto John NORTHERN in the sum of £400 hard cash. The condition of the obligation is such that Prescoat NICKENS for the valuable consideration of £200 hard cash paid to NICKINS for a parcel of land Deed dated Jan. 5, 1793, now if NICKINS shall defend & guarantee the said conveyed premises if requested or required by NORTHERN for the securing the Title of said conveyed premises.  Witness Caleb COX, Edw. DOUGHTY JUN.; Registered March 29, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 261-262] Oct. 24, 1786 -No. 85 - Know ye that we for and in consideration of the sum of 50 Shillings for every 100 acres granted paid into our Treasury by Matthias TOWLER for a tract of land containing 350 ¾ acres. Yielding and paying to us such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Matthias TOWLER shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ R. CASWELL; Registered April 2, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 262] Dec. 27, 1792 - No. 144 - Know ye that for the sum of £10 for every 100 acres granted, paid into our Treasury by Thomas POYNER for a tract of land containing 200 acres lying near North River on the East side of Docters Creek. Beginning various courses to Poyner’s Creek from thence to the first station. Yielding and paying to us such sums yearly as our General Assembly may direct, provided that Thomas POYNER shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers Office within 12 months from the date hereof.  /s/ Richard Dobbs SPAIGHT; Registered April 3, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 262-263] Nov. 27, 1792 - I Thomas MERCER & Pheby his Wife for and in consideration of the sum of £105 paid to me by Jesse SIMMONS for a piece of land containing 50 acres. Beginning on the Bay side being Hanson BRIGHT’S corner along his line to William BARNARD’S corner neer the corner of BRIGHT’S fence along BARNARD’S line to Caleb LEE Dec’d line along his line to the Bay then along the Bay to the first station.   Witness Will. MAUND, John HUMPHRIES; Registered April 3, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 263] Jan. 28, 1793 - Jesse SIMMONS Esq. and his wife Juley, sold to Letticia BELL, both of Currituck, for £10, 12 shillings & 6 pence, 17 acres in Currituck Co. by Capt. TATUM's line, Robt. BELL, and  James POYNER's orphans.  Witnesses: Godfrey (x) WHITEHURST, Mary (x) WHITEHURST; James PHILLIPS; Registered, April 4, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 263-263a] Jan. 17, 1793 - I Henry CLARK of Hatteras Banks, for and in consideration of the sum of £20 paid to me by JOHN CLARK for a parcel of land on Hatteras Banks. Beginning at the head of Robbs Creek at the mouth of the Ditch until it intercedes the new patent various courses with the marsh until it joins Major CLARK’s line with his line to George CLARK’s line with his line to the Sound side from thence to the first station containing 162 acres.  Witness Taylor HOLT, William ADKINS; Registered April 5, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 263a] Sept. 4, 1792 - I John ANSELL for the sum of £180 paid to me by Samuel JASPER for a piece of land situated on Knots Island. Beginning at the corner between the said land and the land of John ANSELL SEN. various courses to Henry WHITE SEN. land thence on the said land of Henry WHITE to John ANSELL SEN. line down his line to the first station containing 60 acres.  Witness Malachi JONES, John WILLIAMS;  Registered April 6, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 263a-264] Sept. 6, 1792 - I John ANSELL for £160 paid to me by Mordicai BEASLEY for a piece of land cituated on Knots Island. Beginning at a corner between the sd. land & the lands of Henry WHITE SEN. & Samuel JASPER, thence binding on Henry WHITE’S land to a pine which divids the land from John ANSELL SEN. land various courses to a corner between the said land & Samuel JASPER’S land from his land to the first station being 56 acres.  Witness Saml. JASPER, Malachi JONES; Registered April 5, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 264] Jan. 1, 1793 - William TAYLOR, guardian to Demsey PORTWOOD, lease. W illiam TAYLOR, guardian of James DOUGLAS, orphan of James DOUGLAS, deceased, all of Currituck. Yearly rent and covenants mentioned (as the price or remuneration). Tenement and farm commonly called or known by the name of James DOUGLAS' plantation in Cowinjock now or late in possession of John BERRY. Dempsey PORTWOOD, executor. /s/ William TAYLOR, guardian. Demsey (x) PORTWOOD. Witnesses: John WILMSLEY; James (x) ALLEN.; Registered, April 6, 1793.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 265] 1791 [no day or month listed] - Benjamin and John PORTWOOD to Alexander WHITEHALL, Esq.  Benjamin PORTWOOD, SENIOR, all of Currituck, for £2, 1/2 acre in Cowinjock with no adjoining property owners named.  /s/ Benjamin (x) PORTWOOD, John (x) PORTWOOD.  Proved in court by the oath of William TAYLOR. Registered April 8, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 265-266] Dec. 28, 1792 - I John BARRETT & Cathrine my Wife for the sum of £28 & 10 Shillings paid to me by Samuel SALYEAR SEN. for a tract of land being near Currituck Narrows containing 9 ½ acres.  Beginning at a corner that divides the land sold & land in possession of Samuel SALYEAR JUN. formerly given by Lemuel SANDERSON deceased to Joseph SANDERSON varous courses to the first station.  Witness Thos. POYNER, Cornelius GREGORY; Registered April 8, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 266] Nov. 13, 1782 - I Samuel FEREBEE for the sum of £130 paid to me by John H. SLEIGHT Merchant, of New York State for a messuage of Juniper Swamp. Beginning at the Southeast side of East Creek thence to Isaiah PARR’S beginning, various courses to Wm. MUNCREEF’s corner various courses to Wm. FEREBEE’S various courses to the first station containing 326 2/3 acres of land and swamp. Being the remainder of my 2/3 of a patent taken up by my Father Wm. FEREBEE SEN. deceased & I Samuel FEREBEE exchanged with my Brother Joseph FEREBEE for his 3rd part.  Witness Will. MAUND, Thos. MILLER; Registered April 8, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 266] Mar. 30, 1784 - I John HUTCHINS am held & firmly bound unto James DAUGE in the just sum of £500, the condition of the obligation is such that I John HUTCHINS give up all write and title to a tract of land joining Sawyers Branch by the name of Perkins Place unto James DAUGE.  Witness Will. MAUND, Samuel BERRY; Registered April 10, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 267] May 26, 1789 - I Henry BEASLEY for and in consideration of the sum of £8 & 6 Shillings paid to me by Tart ETHERIDGE for a tract of land on Roanoak Island containing 12 acres. Joining the lands of Tart ETHERIDGE & beginning with his line to the corner of Stephen BEASLEY’S line along his line to Henry BEASLEY’S line to Stephen WESKETT’S line to the first station.  Witness Solomon MANN, Suthey SAVAGE, Rueben ETHERIDGE; Registered April 10, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 267-268] Feb. 23, 1792 - I John GRANNES for the sum of £60 hard cash paid to me by Sorey FEREBEE for a peise of land near Moyock Mill containing 15 acres. Beginning at Samuel BUNNEL’s line formerly called Frances FEREBEE’s line Southeast to a corner in Frances FEREBEE’s line Northeastly to Thomas FEREBEE’s land then to the first station. Witness Jos. BALLENTINE, Hez. PURRINGTON, Robt. FEREBEE; Registered April 10, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 268] Dec. 15, 1792 - I Caleb ODOWDY & Hannah his Wife for a Verbal Gift finaly by my Father which has never bin maid over til it came into my hands a certain parcel of land containing 50 acres lying on Powels Point to be given to Jacob LUTS. Lying at the North end of ye land & adjoining the land of Joseph BOUGES deceased, beginning at BOUGES land on the Southeast side of Sledg Branch thence to my land whear it corners thence to DAVIS’ corner with his line to BOGUES corner thence to the first station.   Witness William McCOYE, John HILL; Registered April 11, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 268] Aug. 15, 1792 - I Thomas BEST for the sum of £15 paid to me by Shadrick GALLOP for a tract of land lying on Citehawk. Beginning at John LUARK line down his line to Bull Ridge Marsh along the marsh to Thos. BEECHAM line up his line to Edmon BECHAM’s line with his line to the road along the road to the first station containing 50 acres.   Witness Joseph HUMPHRIES, Moses CAPPS; Registered April 11, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 269] Jan. 22, 1793 - I Robert WILLIAMS of Cape Hatterass Banks for the sum of £10 cash paid to me by William MEEKINS Planter, for a parcel of land on Hatterass Banks near Kenekeet. Beginning at the South side of Jacob WILLIAMS land that his Father give him then to the Westard side of William MEEKINS Creek various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness William MILLER, Jacob WILLIAMS; Registered April 13, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 269-270] Dec. 22, 1791 - I Charles BRIGHT & Mary my Wife for and in consideration of the sum of 20 hard Dollars paid to me for a parcel of land, binding on Edw. WOOLRIDGE line to the first station containing 40 acres. Witness Willoughby BROOKS, Hezekiah PURRINTON; Registered June 3, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 270-271] Mar. 1792 - I Thomas COX & Frances his Wife for the sum of £100 paid to me by Thomas ALLISON for a parcel of land or Cypress Swamp lying in the Great Swamp joining Rich. NICKENS land. Beginning at NICKENS line running down his line to a corner on Woolf Pitt Ridge various courses to the first station containing 114 acres.  Witness James NICHOLS, David HENBY?, Edw. DOUGHTY; Registered June 3, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 271-272] Nov. 11, 1719 - Know ye that we the Lords of all Carolina hereby grant unto Joseph SANDERSON a tract of land containing 300 acres between the land that was Richard SANDERSON & Edward TAYLOR. Beginning at a pine binding on TAYLOR’S land various courses to the Bay side binding on Richard SANDERSON land along the Bay by various courses to the first station. The land was granted by patent bearing date Oct. 9, 1716 unto Henry GIBSON and by him elapsed for want of due seating & planting thereon and now becomes due to Joseph SANDERSON  by virtue of an order of Council bearing date Nov. 11, 1719. Yielding and paying unto us the yearly rent of 1 Shilling for every 50 acres, provided that Joseph SANDERSON shall set and plant within 3 years after the date hereof.  /s/ Charles EDEN

Dec. 14, 1726 - Know all men that I Joseph SANDERSON do assign over unto John PENNY all my Right Title and Interest of the within mention patent.

Oct. 4, 1731 - Know all men that I John PENNY assign all my hole Right Title & Interest of the within menchioned plat of land unto George POWERS

March 3, 1762 - Know all men that I George POWERS doe assign all my hole Rite Title and Interest of the within mentioned patent unto Randal JONES; Registered June 4, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 272] Mar. 30, 1704 - Know ye that John Granville Esq. and the Lords & proprietors of all Carolina doe hereby give & grant unto Foster JARVES a tract of land containing 640 acres lying upon Currituck Sound of Bay. The said land being due to Foster JARVIS for Transportation of 1 person for every 50 acres. Yielding and paying unto us the yearly rent of 1 Shilling for every 50 acres, provided he set or plants within 3 years of date hereof.   /s/ Robert DANIEL; Registered June 4, 1793  N.B. the above patent is much tore but I have recorded it as I understood it.  March 28, 1735 - Know all men that I Foster JARVES SEN. do acknowledge all my right Title Interest to the within mention land unto Thomas JARVES.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 273] May 27, 1793 - I Joshua GRAY & Nansey my Wife for the sum of £25 paid to me by Burros MATTHIAS for a parcel of land which my Wifes former Husband William BRABEL deceased bought of James SPENCE containing 50 acres, as Deed from James SPENCE dated July 11, 1774 if had will more large appear.  Witness Willis ETHERIDGE, Thos. SANDERSON; Registered June 11, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 273-274] May 28, 1793 - I Charles BRIGHT for the sum of £10 paid to me by Phillip DAUGE for a messuage of land lying in the Distract of Moyock. Beginning at a corner between Charles BRIGHT & Phillip DAUGE a Westerly course as Henry BRIGHT’S road is to run thence Southerly to Silas BRIGHT’S line various courses to the first station containing 2 ½ acres. Being part of the tract whereon John BENNET formerly lived which was sold by Act of Assembly.  Witness Wm. SIMMONS, S. FEREBEE; Registered June 12, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 274] January 31, 1793 - Thomas AUSTIN, SENR. of Cape Hatteras in Currituck County sold to Thomas BALLANCE of the same place, for £30 specie, a parcel of land lying on Hatteras Banks beginning on the Sound side at the sd. Thomas AUSTIN and William BALLANCE and joining Joseph STOW's line, containing 80 acres.  /s/ Thomas AUSTIN.  Wit: John FLOWER; John BALLANCE, JUNR., Aaron BALLANCE.  Registered: June 12, 1793.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 274] December 22, 1792 - Zorobabel HARRISON and Joshua HARRISON sold to Laben THOMAS of Currituck County, for £50 lawful money, 50 acres of land lying on Powels Point beginning at Caleb DOWDYs line and joining William FORBES and  Nathan HALL.  /s/ Zorobable HARRISON, Joshua [x] HARRISON, Julian [x] HARRISON, Alef [x] HARRISON.  Witnesses: Abraham BAUM, William McCOY.  Registered: June 12, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 275] Feb. 10, 1792 - I Absolom DOLBEY & Elizabeth his Wife of Roanoak Island Planter, for and in consideration of the sum of £90 paid to me by Morris BAUM & Azariah BAUM for a parcel of land being on Roanoak Island containing 50 acres.  Witness Micajah ETHERIDGE, Benjamin BAUM, Alex. WHITEHALL; Registered June 13, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 275] May 29, 1793 - Willoughby WHITE and his wife Mary, sold to Levin DUNTON, all of Currituck Co., for £21 & 7 shillings. Land in Currituck joining John SLAUGHTER, Levin BALLANCE. Seventeen acres. /s/ Willouby WHITE. Witnesses: William TAYLOR, Daniel DUNTON; Registered June 13, 1793.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 276] Apr. 8, 1793 - Daniel MIDYETT, planter of Chickamacomico Banks in Currituck County sold to Morris BAUM and Abel ASHBE, planters of Roanoak Island, for £16, a tract of land lying on Bodys Island and joining the seaside and sound and inlet, containing 700 acres.  Daniel MIDYETT only excepting 200 acres it being a sertain tract lying in the above menchand parcel of land beginning at Patricks Creek Running Northly to the Contance of 200 acres.  Witness: Reuben ETHERIDGE, Williak PURDIE, Banister MIDYETT

[Deed Book 6, pg. 276-277] Apr. 1, 1793 - I Nathan ETHERIDGE Planter & Kezia my Wife for the sum of £80 in Gold or Silver paid to me by Willis POWERS for a tract of land lying in the Back Woods of Moyock. Beginning at Solomon ETHERIDGE’S corner binding on his line to Samuel ETHERIDGE’s corner binding his line to the Light Swamp binding on the swamp to John BRIGHT’S binding on BRIGHTS & POWERS line to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness James POWERS, Edw. DOUGHTY JUN., D. MINTEZ; Registered June 14, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 277] May 30, 1793 - William POYNER to Bunas (?) MATTHIAS, all of Currituck, for £3, six acres of land in Currituck Co. by Jesse HALSTEAD.  Witnesses: Josiah NICHOLSON, Keder MULDER; Registered June 14, 1793.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 278] Feb. 4, 1793 - I Linner BRAY for the sum of £112 paid to me by Phillip DAUGE for a peace of land lying near East Ridge lying in East Swamp. Beginning at a corner between Mitchel DAUGE & Dory DAUGE’S running with Dory DAUGE’S line to a corner of Samuel WHITEHURST & Dory DAUGE thence to a corner between WHITEHURST & Phillip DAUGE thence with DAUGE’S line to WHITEHURST line to Mitchel DAUGE’S line along his line to the first station containing 70 acres.   Witness Wallis BRAY, Dory DAUGE; Registered June 15, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 278] Mar. 10, 1793 - I Henry CREED & Dinah my wife for the sum of £26 paid to me by James McCLANNING for a piece of land containing 6 acres. Binding on Thomas MUNCREEF’S line along his line to McCLANNING’S line along his line to the first station, it being all the land belong to CREED.  Witness Jesse SIMMONS, James PHILLIPS; Registered June 15, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 279] Dec. 22, 1792 - I Nathan ETHERIDGE am held and firmly bound unto Matthias ETHERIDGE in the just sum of £2000(sic) in hard Gold or Silver. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas Nathan ETHERIDGE for the valuable consideration of £1000(sic) paid to him has released forever Matthias ETHERIDGE & his deceased Son Embley ETHERIDGE from any claim or demand against them.  Witness Josiah ETHERIDGE, John NORTHERN; Registered June 17, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 279]  May 26, 1793 - Joseph MIDYETT, farmer of Roanoak Island, "...for and in consideration of the love, good will & affection which I have & do bear towards my well beloved son, Stephen MIDYETT of Roanoke Island..." give & grant all and singular my lands whereon I now live and all my houses thereon to be delivered unto him the day of my death.  If Stephen should die before me without heir then the lands to descend to my beloved grandson, Joseph BROWN.  Also Stephen is to have 1 cow, 1 gun, 2 pewter dishes, one basin, 12 coffee cups and saucers, 12 earthen pots, 1 teapot and sugar dish, 2 iron pots, and 2 flat irons. Wit: Reuben ETHERIDGE, Thos. DOUGH.  /s/ Joseph [x] MIDYETT

[Deed Book 6, pg. 280]  Nov. 10, 1792 - I Joel POYNER SEN. for the sum of £100 paid to me by Joel POYNER JUN. for a parcel of land being part of a tract belonging to Joel POYNER SEN. Beginning in the West line of the patent granted to Thomas TAYLOR various courses to the plantation whereon Joel POYNER SEN. now lives to the East side of the plantation thence continue in the East line of the patent granted to William FEREBEE then to Jonathan TAYLOR’S Northwest corner thence to the first station containing 75 acres.  Witness Hosea BALL, Joshua BALL; Registered June 21, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 280-281]  Nov. 10, 1792 - I Joel POYNER SEN. for the sum of £100 paid to me by Levi POYNER for a piece of and being part of a tract belong to Joel POYNER SEN. Beginning in the West line of the patent granted to Thomas TAYLOR thence across the plantation whereon Joel POYNER SEN. now lives to the East side of the plantation thence continue in the East line of the patent granted to William FEREBEE thence North to Joseph BAXTER’S corner thence binding BAXTER’S line & the old patent line to the first station containing 75 acres.  Witness Hosea BALL, Joshua BALL; Registered June 21, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 281] May 27, 1793 - Willoughby WHITE and Mary his wife sold to Levin BALLANCE, all of CurrituckCo., for £70, 52 acres of land in Currituck Co. in the backwoods bounded by Capt. Isaiah PARR, Thos. PARKER.  Witnesses: Josiah NICHOLSON, John WHITE.;  Registered June 22, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 281-282] Jan. 16, 1793 - I Seth CURLING for the sum of £30 paid to me by Rashey BUSHEL of Norfolk County Virginia for a parcel of land near Currituck Shore. Joyning Thos. CAMPBELL, Evan THOMPSON & Willis or Aaron BRIGHT & the land formerly belong to Solomon CAMPBELL containing 20 acres.  Witness Phillip DAUGE, Henry PERKINS; Registered June 22, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 282] May 29, 1792 - I Thomas SANDERSON & Dinah my Wife for the sum of £500 paid to me by Daniel LINDSEY for a piece of land joining Benjamin POYNER’S land and the land where Nathan POYNER deceased formerly lived. Beginning on North River Swamp binding on the land of Nathan POYNER deceased  to the East Swamp with the Swamp to Benjamin POYNER land binding on Benjamin POYNER’S land to North River Swamp thence to the first station containing 180 acres.  Witness Jonathan LINDSEY, Lamuel SANDERSON; Registered June 24, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 282-283] Nov. 10, 1792 - We William ODOWDY & John SANDERSON for the sum of £27 paid to us by Alexander WHITEHALL for a piece of land. Beginning at Alexander WHITEHALL’S land whereon William LUTTS lives various courses to Nathan POYNER’S corner thence Southwesterly binding on Nathan POYNER’S land and the said William ODOWDY land to the first station containing 20 acres.  Witness Thos. BOSWOOD, Robert WHITEHALL, Thos. HEATH; Registered June 24, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 283-284] Apr. 1, 1793 - I Nathan ETHERIDGE Planter, & Keziah his Wife for the sum of £40 in Gold or Silver paid to me by James ETHERIDGE for a tract of land in the Back Woods of Moyock. Beginning at James POWER’S corner with his line to a corner in Samuel POWER’S line various courses to Willis POWER’S line thence Northerly with his line to the first station containing 25 acres.  Witness Willis POWERS, Edw. DOUGHTY JUN., D. MINTZ; Registered June 25, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 284] Jan. 19, 1793 - I Hilary SIMMONS for the sum of £28 paid to me by John SEARS for 2 certain peaces of land. Beginning to the West by Mrs. BROWN’S line to the South by Caleb SEARS & Brays Ridge line along that line to the road that leads through to James DAUGE along that road till it entersicts Mrs. BROWN’S line the same being for 6 acres of land. The other piece being the piece of land I Hilary SIMMONS bought of Thos. MERCER beginning at Mrs. BROWN & others running Northerly course to Samuel WHITEHURST various courses to the first station containing 4 2/3 acres.  Witness Mitchell SIMMONS, Jean DAULY; Registered June 25, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 284] May 15, 1793 - Thos. IVES and his wife Bridgett sold to William HOLLOWELL(HOLLOWAY in text of deed), all of Currituck Co., for £5 & 10 shillings, 10 acres bounded by Lewis WILLIAMS, William HOLLOWAY.  Witnesses: Saml. SALYEAR, JUN., Nathan THOMSON, Edwd. TAYLOR; Registered June 26, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 285] Jan. 29, 1793 - I Dory DAUGE for the sum of £100 paid to me by Phillip DAUGE for a piece of land being on East Ridge. Beginning at a corner between Linner BRAY & Mitchel DAUGE thence Southeast along DAUGE’s line various courses to a corner between Thomas MERCER the land formerly belong to FENTON’s orphans thence Northeast corse along MERCER’s line to SEARS line along his line to a corner between Dory DAUGE & SEARS & Samuel WHITEHURST along WHITEHURST line to a corner between WHITEHURST & Linner BRAY along BRAY’s line to the first station containing 70 acres.  Witness Peter DAUGE, Henry PERKINS; Registered June 26, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 285-286] Nov. 21, 1726 - Know ye that we the Lords and Proprietors for and in consideration of the sum of £14 8 Shillings paid to our Receiver General by Capt. Richard CHURCH do grant unto him part of an Island commonly known by the name of Whites Island containing 1443 acres. Beginning on the Sound side near Mr. JARVIS plantation running South cross the Island to Cowinjock Bay the dividing line between CHURCH & Foster JARVES various courses of the Island to the first station near Mr. JARVIS Plantation which land was formerly taken up upon the Grand Deed before the arrival of the Lord Proprietors orders forbidding the sale of the lands. Yielding and paying to us yearly the rent of 6 Pence for every 100 arcres.  /s/ Richard EVERARD, Esq. N.B. Some words in the above patent is not easely understood but I have recorded it as I understood it; Registered Aug. 14, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 286] Aug. 24, 1793 - I John HUTCHINS SEN. for the sum of £50 paid to me by Caleb GREGORY JUN. for a tract of land, beginning at Nathaniel HUTCHINS line various courses to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Wm. HUTCHINS, Jesse GREGORY; Registered Sept. 9, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 286-287] Aug. 28, 1793 - I William POYNER the sum of £20 paid to me by Jesse HOLSTEAD for a parcel of land. Beginning at the mouth of the line between HOLSTEAD & Burros MATTHIAS various courses to a corner joining Wm. ETHERIDGE’S line from thence from ETHERIDGE’S line to the first station containing 20 acres.  Witness Willis ETHERIDGE, James ETHERIDGE; Registered Sept. 9, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 287] July 16, 1793 - John PRICE of Pasquotank County sold to William ONEEL of Currituck County, for 300 Spanish Milled Dollars, a tract of land on Hatteras Banks, it being the whole of a patent granted to Joseph MASQUE bearing date of 26 November 1757 and sold by his son George MASQUE to Benjamin PRICE by deed bearing date of May 6, 1765, containing 300 acres.  Beginning on the Sound side at ONEEL's corner.  /s/ John PRICE.  Witnesses: John MIDYETT, William MIDYETT.  Registered: Sept. 9, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 287-288] Apr. 27, 1793 - I William PATERSON for the sum of £4 paid to me by William BEST for a piece of land on the North Banks in the head of Kitehawk Bay. Beginning at the mouth of Mgarves? Gut various courses to Thos. JONES line thence to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness William TOWLER, Thos. BEST; Registered Sept. 10, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 288] Mar. 23, 1785 - Mary THOMPSON for the love and regard I have for my son, Saml. THOMPSON, and in case of his death to my three sisters, later named as Sarah, Betty, and Nansey BELL.  /s/ Mary (x) THOMPSON.  Witness: Charles V. HERBERT, Arthur BUTT(?);  Registered September 10, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 288] July 19, 1793 - I Samuel SIMMONS for the sum of £8 paid to me by John CAPS for part of a patent bearing date 1792 taken up by SIMMONS lying near the West prong of Tulls Creek. Beginning various courses to Amos ETHERIDGE’S JUN. orphans line along that line to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness Jas. BRAY, Edw. BUNNELL; Registered Sept. 10, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 289] Aug. 28, 1793 - I Asa FULFORD & Mary my Wife of Norfolk County Virginia for the sum of £35 paid to me by Thomas POYNER JUN. for a parcel of land. Bounded to the West by Daniel FULFORD to the North by William GRIFFEN to the East by Elmsley BUNNELL to the South by the orphans of William LEE containing 55 acres.  Witness Hilary SIMMONS, Thomas GLASGOW; Registered Sept. 11, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 289-290] Oct. 27, 1790 - I Phillip DAUGE for the sum of £12 paid to me by William FEREBEE for a peace of land on the West side of Indian Ridge. Beginning at the on the line between Timothy ETHERIDGE & Mitchel DAUGE along the Ditch to the Swamp thence a straight course to Timothy ETHERIDGE line along his line to the road along the road to the first station containing 3 acres.  Witness James FLETCHER, Luke BARNARD; Registered Sept. 11, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 290] July 13, 1793 - I Euphan STANLEY for and in consideration of the Natural affection which I bear unto my Daughter Nancey STANLEY & also the sum of 10 Shillings paid to me by my Daughter for a peace of land in Moyock. Beginning at a corner of Charles BRIGHT & Thomas FEREBEE various courses to the first station containing 25 acres.  Witness Jos. BALLENTINE, J. GRANNIS, Timothy ETHERIDGE; Registered Sept. 11, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 290] Aug. 27, 1793 - Benjamin TAYLOR sold to Benjamin TAYLOR, JUN., both of Currituck Co., £3, 300 acres in Currituck by Coinjock Bay, DUGLASS line, SIMMONS line, Benjamin TAYLOR, SEN. line. Witnesses: Hosea BALL, Thos. SANDERSON; Registered, September 11, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 291] Aug. 27, 1793 - I John BRABBELL & Betty my Wife & John TATEM & Mary my Wife for the sum of 50 Silver Dollars paid to us by Caleb TATEM for a parcel of land known by the name of CANNADAY on Cowinjock Bay. Beginning on the Bay side between John DOXEY and the afsd land to Benjamin PRESCOATs line down his line to the Bay side various courses along the Bay to the first station containing 35 acres.  Witness William TATOM, Willis ETHERIDGE; Registered Sept. 12, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 291-292] Apr. 21, 1793 - I Benjamin GAMEWELL for and in consideration of the sum of £35 paid to me by William BEST for a track of land on the North Banks at the head of Kityhawk Bay various courses to Thomas JONES line thence to the first station containing 50 acres.  Witness William TOWLER, Lemuel IYLETT ; Registered Sept. 13, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 292] Apr. 30, 1793 - I William McCOY for the sum of £10 paid to me by Duke MAYO for a piece of land beginning on Albemar Sound various courses to William McCOYS fence various courses to the first station containing 4 acres.  Witness Zoro. HARRISON, Nathan HALL ; Registered Sept. 13, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 293] Aug. 14, 1793 - Joseph GRAY sold to Samuel SALYEAR, JUN., both of Currituck for £87 & 10 shillings, one Negro man servant named Samuel commonly called Long Sam. Witnesses: Josiah NICHOLSON, Thos. GRAY; Registered September 13, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 293] July 5, 1793 - Lucias WILLIAMS, planter, to Jarvis ALLEN, both of Currituck, for £10, land on Currituck Narrows Shore in the swamp.  Beginning at Thomas TAYLORs corner then West to Doctor NICHOLSONs old patent Southwardly with old patent to Samuel SALYEAR’s line Eastwardly to Jarvis’s old patent Nortwardly to first station containing 71 acres. Witnesses, Saml. SALYEAR, JUN. Thos. TAYLOR; Registered September 14, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 294] Jan 23, 1793 - I William GRAY for the sum of £122 paid to me by Richard GREGORY for a parcel of land being part of that tract commonly known by the name of HUGH’S containing 40 ¾ acres.  Witness William MORISSETT, S. FEREBEE; Registered Sept. 14, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 294] July 28, 1793 - William MONCREIF and his wife Martha sold to William WILLIAMSON, all of Currituck Co., for £17 & 10 shillings, 15 acres of land in Currituck Co. by Joseph BAXTER, Willis WALKER, a corner gum formerly called Hillary PARKER's corner.  Witnesses: Wm. TAYLOR, Elizabeth (x) WALKER; Registered, July 18, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 295] Apr. 2, 1792 - I Peter PADRICK for the sum of £200 paid to me by Thomas BROWN for all that piece of land containing 100 acres. Beginning various courses to old GIBINGS land with GIBINGS line to a corner which divids GIBINGS land & Benjamin EVANS various courses to first station.  Witness A.D. GRIEVES, Luke BROWN; Registered Sept. 16, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 295-296] July 22, 1793 - I Plesent YOUNGHUSBAND Executor of Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND deceased do sell unto Samuel SALYEAR Esq. a negro girl named Sally formerly the property of William ROON but was sold at publick auction under Power of Attorney from Willaim ROON to Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND in his lifetime. She with sundry other negroes under same circumstances were advertised for sale by YOUNGHUSBAND & sold at auction by Josiah NICHOLSON and Thomas YOUNGHUSBAND was highest bidder & bought the whole of said negroes named in the POA given to YOUNGHUSBAND by ROON for the express purpose if YOUNGHUSBAND thought it or found requested for the consideration of £35 paid to me by Samuel SALYEAR.  Witness Jno. H. SLIGHT, Tulley SHERGOLD; Registered Sept. 16, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 296] June 20, 1793 - I Richard STANLEY for and in consideration of the Natural affection which I bear unto my Daughter Mary Ann WHITE & also the sum of 5 Shillings for a parcel of land. Beginning on the East Swamp running along a fence not fare from the Grave Yard to ETHERIDGE’S line along his line various courses to the first station containing 6 acres.  Witness Saml. ETHERIDGE, Nancy STANLEY; Registered Sept. 16, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 296] Aug. 23, 1793 - I James ETHERIDGE & Frances my Wife for the sum of £30 cash paid to me by John CATON for a parcel of land known by the name of SIKES Camp. Beginning in Josiah ETHERIDGE’S line across said land thence the corses of Camp patent line to first station containing 50 acres.    Witness Seth HOLSTEAD, Thos. LEE; Registered Sept. 17, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 297] July 5, 1793 - Lucias WILLIAMS, planter, sold to Samuel SALYEAR, JUN., for £10, 71 acres in Currituck Narrows Shore by Doctor NICHOLSON's old patent, JARVIS. Witnesses: Thos. TAYLOR, Jarvis (x) ALLEN. Registered September 17, 1793.

[Deed Book 6, pg. 297] June 17, 1793 - Know ye that I am held and firmly bound unto William McHAINS [McKAINS in another place] in the just sum of £300, the condition of the obligation is such that Asa LEE with his Wife Mary LEE shall make or cause to be made a good & lawfull Right unto William MCHAINS to a certain peace of land being 25 acres out of that peace of land formerly the property of Caleb LEE which LEE bought of Noah PARR.   Witness James PHILLIPS, Susanah PHILLIPS; Registered Sept. 17, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 298] Aug. 28, 1793 - I Samuel SALYEAR JUN., do sell unto Jonathan BARNS a negro girl named Salley formerly the property of William ROONS but was sold to me by Pleasant YOUNGHUSBAND Exec. of Thos. YOUNGHUSBAND dec’d. In consideration of the sum of £35 paid to me by Jonathan BARNS.  Witness Thos. SANDERSON; Registered Sept. 18, 1793

[Deed Book 6, pg. 298] Mar. 3, 1792 - I Peter PADRICK & Abigal his Wife for the sum of £35 paid to me by Sampson ETHERIDGE for a tract of land containing 100 acres situate on the North Banks. Beginning at the mouth of Northens Gut making out of Panters Creek up the Gut to HAMAN’S patent line Southerly with HAMAN’S patent line to High Ridge down to Panters Creek along the Creek to the first station.  Witness A.D. Greves, Jesse DUKES; Registered Sept. 18, 1793

Written on the last page was this:
     Recorded in this Book No. 9 -  474 Deeds etc.
                                                 
     58 Patents
                                               
     552 in all

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