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Currituck County, North Carolina
Deed Book 9 (1805-1808)

[Deed Book 9; pg. 1] John SIMMONS and wife Sally to Dennis SIMMONS. 25 Nov 1804. John and Sally of Princess Anne County, Virginia, and Dennis of Currituck. Five hundred dollars. Forty acres. Land on Knots Island in Currituck. /s/ John SIMMONS. Witnesses, Jesse TAYLOR, Jno.(?) ANSELL, November Term 1804. Registered 18 Feb 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 3-4] This Indenture made the 10th Day of November Eighteen hundred & four Between George GRIGGS & Charlotte his wife of the county of Currituck and state of North Carolina of the one part and Willoughby MORSE of the county and state afsd. of the other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred Dollars current money in hand paid by the said Willoughby MORSE to the sd. George GRIGGS & Charlotte his wife the Receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge & therefore doth aquit and discharge the said Willoughby MORSE and his heirs a certain tract or parcel of land containing eight acres more or less lying near the back Bay and Bordered as follows Beginning at a pine stump a corner stump running southeastardly to a water oake continuing ____ to John MORSE line thence binding on the sd. MORSEs land to the great marsh cross over and thence binding on the land of Solomon MORSE, Arthur MORSE  & the sd. Willoughby MORSE to a pine stump Beginning first station on To have and to hold the said tract & parcel of land to the sd. Willoughby MORSE his heirs & assigns forever with all the appurtenances presents  Belonging or in any wise appertaining to the only proper  use &  Behoof of him the said Willoughby MORSE his heirs and assigns for warrant and the said George GRIGGS & Charlotte his wife Doth first themselves & their heirs warrant and forever defend the tract and parcel of land unto them Willoughby MORSE his heirs and assigns forever ____ themselves the sd. George GRIGGS & Charlotte his wife and his heirs and all persons whatsoever, in Witness whereof I the sd. and George GRIGGS & wife hath hereunto set our hands & seals the same date as first written.  /s/ George [his x mark] GRIGGS; Charlotte [her x Mark] GRIGGS.  Witness.  Test John [his x mark) MORSE; John CARSON; Caleb BURKETT
   
State of N. Carolina Currituck __Novem. Term 1804.  This Deed of Sale from George GRIGGS & Charlotte his wife to Willo. MORSE was proved by the oath of John CARSON in open Court in due form of Law & ordered Registered According to order is Registered Feb of the 19th Day 1805.  Test Willis ETHERIDGE Pub. Register; Attest T. BAXTER C.C.C.  [Submitted by Jean Schroeder]

[Deed Book 9; pg. 4-5] This Indenture made twentieth fourth day of November in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight hundred & four Between John MORSE of the one part of the County Currituck and State of North Carolina and George GRIGGS of said County and State of the other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and fifty Dollars in hand paid I the said George GRIGGS the said John MORSE the Receipt whereof he Doth hereby acknowledge and therefore Doth aquit and discharge George GRIGGS and his heirs & have granted Bargained & Sold and by these presents Do grant Bargain Bargain Sell and Deliver unto the sd. George GRIGGS and his heirs a certain tract or parcel of land containing twenty five acres and Bounded as follows Beginning at a Gum standing near the new Ditch South forty five & Degrees west to a Gum stump joining Uriah CASONs land to a point joining Wm. JONES land joining Wm. JONES land to a corner Gum then Beining at the first Station at a Gum running from thence then Runing South fifty four and half Do East to a corner Gum to have and to hold the said tract and parcel of land to the said George GRIGGS & his heirs and assigns forever with all the appurtenances presents Belonging or in any wise appertaining to the only proper use and Behoof of him the sd. George GRIGGS  his heirs and assigns forever & the sd. John MORSE Doth for himself and his heirs warrant and forever Defend this sd. Tract & parcel of land unto the said George GRIGGS and his heirs & assigns forever against himselfe the said John MORSE and his heirs and all persons or persons whatsoever in Witness whereof I the sd. John MORSE hath hereunto set my hand & seal the Day & Year first Written. Signed Sealed & Delivered in presence of Caleb BURKETT, Arthur MORSE & John GRIGGS.  /s/ John [his x mark] MORSE
   
State of N. Carolina Currituck Js:  Novem. Term 1804.  this Deed of Sale from John MORSE to George GRIGGS was proved by the oath of Arthur MORSE & John GRIGGS in open court in due form of law & ordered Registered.  Attest T. BAXTER C.C.C.  According to order is Registered Feby the 9th day of 1805.  Test Willis ETHERIDGE Pub. Register  [Submitted by Jean Schroeder]

[Deed Book 9; pg. 5] This Indenture made the 27th Day of Novemb. One thousand Eight hundred and four Between John SIMMONS & Sally his wife of the county of Princess anne and State of Virginia of the one part & Robert SIMMONS of the County of Currituck No. Carolina of the other part Witness that for and in consideration of the sum of five hundred dollars to the said John SIMMONS and Sally his wife in hand paid by the said Robert SIMMONS at & Before the Sealing and Delivery of these presents the Recipt whereof we Do hereby acknowledge and thereof and every part thereof Do hereby acquit Exonerate and Discharge the said Robert SIMMONS his heirs and assigns by these presents they the sd. John SIMMONS  & Sally his wife have Granted Bargained Sold alined and confirmed unto the sd. Robert SIMMONS his heirs & assigns one certain tract or parcel of land containing forty acres situate lying on Knots Island in the County of Currituck being part of the tract of land formerly the property of John SIMMONS Decd. And Bounded as Follows viz & Beginning at the Creek on the Eastward side of said land and running by a line of marked trees S:881/2 W to the Great Marsh S:67 W. Bordering on Marsh then N.881/2 D ; E: to sd. Creek then along sd. Creek to the first Station.  To have and to hold the sd. Bargained premises with all the appurtenance thereunto Belonging to the sd. Robert SIMMONS his heirs & assigns forever to his and their proper use and Behoof and the sd. John SIMMONS & Sally his wife Do hereby covenant and promise that the sd. Land is free from every incumbrance whatsoever had made Done committed or suffered by them & the sd. John SIMMONS and Sally his wife fore themselves their heirs Execr. and Admr. This Bargained premises unto the sd. Robert SIMMONS his heirs & assigns forever will warrant and Defend against all  & every person or persons whatsoever laying claim or claimes thereunto, Witness whereof the sd. John SIMMONS and Sally his wife have hereunto set their hand & Seals the day & year  first above Written & Signed Sealed & Delivered in the presents of us Witnesses.  Test Jesse TAYLOR, John ANSELL;  /s/ John SIMMONS
   
State of N.Carolina Currituck Js.  Novem. Term 1804..  This Deed of Sale from John SIMMONS to Robert SIMMONS was acknowledged in open Court in due form of Law Ordered Registered According to order is Registered Feb the 19th Day of 1805.  Attest. T. BAXTER  C.C.C.  Test Willis ETHERIDGE Pub. Register  [Submitted by Jean Schroeder]

[Deed Book 9; pg. 9] Thomas MERCER to Louis THOMPSON. Both of Currituck. Twenty pounds. 8 Oct 1804. One acre lying in the road side at the line between me and James PHILLIPS. /s/ Thomas MERCER, JUN. Witnessed, Charles V. HERBERT Louis (X-her mark) CLARKSON. November Term 1804. Registered 21 Feb 1805

[Deed Book 9; pg. 16] Joseph SIMMONS to Jeremiah Swain RANDOLPH. 11 Feb 1805. One ear of Corn (?). Three acres for the term of twelve years with privileges for firewood and rail timber. /s/ Joseph SIMMONS James Swain RANDOLPH. Witnesses, Jesse TAYLOR, John TAYLOR. February Term 1805. Registered April 5, 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 18] Josiah NICHOLSON appoints James NICHOLSON of County of Currituck my true and lawful attorney for me and in my name. 28 Nov 1804. /s/ Josiah NICHOLSON. Witnesses, Chas. V. HERBERT Louis (X-her mark) CLARKSON. This power of attorney from Josiah NICHOLSON to James NICHOLSON was proved by the oath of Chas V. HERBERT in open court, February Term ,1805. Registered 6 Apr 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 20] Samuel WHITEHURST, SEN. to James DAUGE. Both of Currituck. 18 Feb 1805. Nine acres. Land in Currituck by said WHITEHURST and DAUGE's line. Nine acres. (Trade? No money mentioned.) /s/ Samuel (x-his mark) WHITEHURST. Witnesses, Wm. DAUGE, Gideon WHITEHURST. February Term 1805. Registered 6 Apr 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg.20] James DAUGE SEN. to Samuel WHITEHURST. Nine acres. 18 Feb 1805. Land by DAUGE and WHITEHURST's line. /s/ James DAUGE. Witnessed, Wm. DAUGE, Gideon WHITEHURST. February Term 1805. 8 Apr 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 31] Pimmons TURNER and Lucey his wife to Thomas HARVEY, blacksmith. All of Currituck. Fifty silver dollars. Land in Currituck by the name of Campbell Land, formerly occupied by Solomon CAMPBELL, deceased. By Thos. MERCER, James HUGHES. Sixty acres. /s/ Pimminus (x-his mark) TURNER, Lucey (X-her mark) TURNER. Witnesses, S. THOMPSON, Robert BELL. February Term 1805. Registered 11 Apr 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 61] Nathan POYNER to Daniel LINDSAY. 21 Jan 1805. Twelve hundred Spanish milled dollars. Land in Currituck bounded by Edward TAYLOR, Lemuel SANDERSON, Robert GIBSON, John MERCER (?) SEN. One hundred sixty-five acres. /s/ Nathan POYNER. Witnesses, Benjamin TAYLOR, Jesse TAYLOR. May Term 1805. Proved by oath of Benjamin TAYLOR, SENIOR in Open Court. Registered 1 Jul 1805

[Deed Book 9; pg. 61]  To all persons to whom these presents it shall come Greeting  Know ye that I William BEST SENR of the state of North Carolina & County of Currituck planter for & in consideration of the Sum of fifteen pounds Currency to me in hand paid before the ensealing of and Delivery of these presents the Receipt whereof I do here acknowledge after the payment of fifteen pounds have given and granted and by these presents Doe give & grant unto Burket GARD of the State and County afsd, planter his heirs Excr. Admr. Or assigns a Certain piece or parcel or track of land having and containing of twenty five acres of land be the same more or less it being the one-fourth of a deed of George POPPERWELL none by the name and lying on the north Banks in the County afsd. to the sd. GARD to have and to hold with all and singular the appertainmences thereto Belonging absolutely the said piece or parcel of land lying on lemons bay Butted & Bounded as follows Beginning at the Bay Side line Running Mark GAMULs line thence Running up the sd. line to the Run thence across the sd. Run to GARD’s line along the sd. line untell it takes the one half of that peace of land between GARD’s line & the bay and I the William BEST do warrant and defend the said land unto Burket GARD and his heirs of the County afsd. forever Claiming ______ and my heirs or any Right or Title to the said mentioned land hereunto I have set my hand & fixed my seal this twenty second day of May one thousand and Eight Hundred and five Signed & Delivered in the presents of us - - - /s/ William [his x mark] BEST.   Test. Thos. TILLETT; Dolly TILLETT
   
State of N. Carolina Currituck Js:  May Term 1805.  this Deed of Sale from William BEST Sailor to Burkitt GUARD was proved by the oath of Dolley TILLETT in open Court in Due form of law & ordered Registered.  Attest T. BAXTER, C.C.C. 
According to order is Registered July the 1st Day 1805.  Test Willis ETHERIDGE Pub. Register [Submitted by Jean Schroeder]

[Deed Book 9; pg. 64] Benjamin TAYLOR, SEN. to Charles GRIGGS, both of Currituck. 4 Mar 1805. $1,800 silver dollars. Land in Currktuck County. Beginning on the North River Swamp. Land bounded by where Silbey BARCO now lives, Hadley WOODHOUSE, Rachel BENN (?) , Joseph CASE, YOUNGHUSBAND. "To land Formerly owned by Sarah SMITH". Bounded also by Thos. WHITE's land. /s/ Benjamin TAYLOR. Witnesses, Thomas POYNER. Registered 2(?) Jul 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 65] Benjamin TAYLOR, SEN. to Lemuel SANDERSON, both of Currituck. 19 Feb 1800. Twenty-five pounds. Parcel of juiper swamp. Borders patent granted to Edward TAYLOR and Saml. EADY's line. /s/ Benjamin TAYLOR. Witness, John REID(?) and J.(?) TAYLOR. May Term , 1805. Registered 20 Jul 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 75] 27 Feb 1804. William ROBERTS of Camden Co., North Carolina to Ed(?) CORMACK of Princess Ann County, Virginia. Thirty silver dollars. Tract of land in Currituck County bounded by Knotts Island. /s/ William ROBERTS. Witness, Thos. ROBERTS and D. DAUGE. May Term, 1805. Registered, 6 May 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 78-79] May 27, 1805 - Solomon ALCOCK Sheriff of Currituck and William BRYANT Witnesseth that whereas by a certain writ of fini facis of the State issued out of the County Court of Pleas & Quarter Session for Currituck County on the first Monday in August 1802, directed me as Sheriff, I was commanded in the following words: Viz. State of North Carolina to the Sheriff of Currituck County greeting agreeable to an Executuion leved on the land of Willis WICKER Decd. Now in the hands & possession of Nancy WICKER Adm. of the Estate….to the Currituck County Court of Pleas & Quarter Session on the Last Monday in February 1802 you are hereby commanded to expose to publick sale the land & tennments of sd. Willis WICKER….you cause to be made the sum of Seventeen Pound Two Shillings & Four Pence which William WATERFIELD recovered against Nancy WICKER Admin. As afsd for debt & also the sum of Two Pounds Eight Shillings & Ten Pence for cost & charges by him in that behalf expended by reason of the Detenson of the sd. Debt besides Sheriff fees. Witness Spence HALL, Clerk of our sd. Court at office at Currituck the 3rd Day of September 1802. T. Baxter D. CCC

I said Solomon ALCOCK Sheriff toke possession of a certain tract of land whereon the sd. Willis WICKER formerly lived other sufficient property being not to be found, sd. Land is situated on Knots Island founded as follows to contain Two Acres of land, also Two acres of land as per deed from DUDLEY to WICKER makes the complement of Four Acres of land sold. The sd. Will. BRYANT bid Thirteen Dollars & Fifty cents for first acre of land & Fifteen Dollars for 2nd acre of land, Ten Dollars & Fifty cents for the third acre & Seven Dollars for the Fourth Acre of land making in all the sum of Forty Six Dollars for said Four Acres of land.  Registered: July 9, 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 79-80] May 27, 1805 - Between Solomon ALCOCK Sheriff & Samuel TILLITT….Currituck Court of Pleas & Quarter Session on Last Monday in February 1802. I was commanded in following words..whereas Griffith SAWYER recovered before Joseph MORGAN one of the Justices of the Peace for the County of Camden against Peter BAUM Adm. of the estate of EUSTACE OBRIEN Decd. A judgement for the sum of Seven Pounds & one half penny & cost four shillings & the sd. Peter BAUM Adm. of the Estate of Eustace OBRIEN in his hand & Execution thereof was returned to the County Court of Currituck on last Monday 1799 Executed or levied on a certain tract of land on the North Banks against the lands of Will. ETHERIDGE, which said woodland were claimed by Lazarus LINTON Esq. and the right of Eustace OBRIEN were travirse and by the verdict of the Jury were pronounced the Right of the sd. Eustace OBRIEN Decd. Which determination was at August Term One Thousand & One (sic) and it was offered by the Council for the plantiff that it was Requsite for a stay of Execution Twelve Months from the Determination thereof which ware adopted in case of his or other claims under the right of Eustace OBRIEN Decd. Stay of Execution Relapsed & on motion of the Council ordered that Execution issue to sell the land & tenements of sd. Eustace OBRIEN Decd.  Which were under the claim of Lazarus LINTON Esq. …..cause to be made the sum of Seven Pounds & half penny which Giffith SAWYER lately in the County Court of Pleas & Quarter Session held for the County of Currituck recovered against BAUM adm. of sd EUSTACE OBRIEN Decd. For debt as also the sum of Sixteen Pounds Two Shillings & Eight pence for costs & charges by him in that behaf expended by reason of Detension of the sd. Debt besides Sheriff fees on the same whereof the Right is good in the hands of the sd. PETER BAUM & the premises of sd. OBRIEN liables appears of record and have you then & there the said money before the sd. Justices of the sd. Court at the Courthouse in Currituck on the Last Monday in February next then & there to render unto the sd. Griffith SAWYER his debt.

I Solomon ALCOCK  in obedience to the writ did enter upon & take possession of a certain tract of land belonging to the Estate of sd. Eustace OBRIEN Decd. Other sufficient property being not to be found which land is situate lying and being in Currituck County on the North Banks bounded as follows…beginning at the TILLETT on the north the Sound on the West the land of the ROGERS on the South the sea on the East being apart of the tract of land known by the name of the Doctors Folley laying on Francis Creek that Josiah NICHOLSON surveyed for sd. Eustace OBRIEN & patented by sd. OBRIEN which patent contained 367 acres of land the contents or complement of acres not being known that was ???? sold which is the last & all of any part of the sd. Patent that was unsold? All the appurtenances thereunto belonging & after due & legal Notice by avertising for publick vendue for the purpose afsd. __________Day of _______ when and where the sd. Samuel TILLETT appeared and bid the sum of Seventy Four Pounds 19/8 for the whole of the land & was highest bidder for the Right of Eustace OBRIEN in the said remainder of the land & now this Indenture witnesseth that I Solomon ALCOCK Sheriff in virtue of the sd. Writ to me directed & the laws in such cases made & provided & in consideration of the sum of Twenty Four [sic] Pounds Nineteen Shillings & Eight Pence half penny as afsd. To me in hand paid by the sd. Samuel TILLETT.  Registered: July 9, 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 80-81] May 7, 1805 - Nathaniel WILSON & Salley GRIMES sold to John COX of the County of Currituck, for $101.00, for a certain piece of land in Currituck bounded as follows: beginning at Gideon LAMBs corner then running to Parker  LYNDLES? then down his line to Josiah CHERRYs line thence down the said line to David MERSEREs line thence along the sd. Line to Camden line thence along sd. Line to first station containing 320 acres of Swamp.  /s/ Nathaniel WILSON, Salley [x]GRIMES.  Witnesses: Iavon COX, __mon WILSON. Registered: Sept. 9, 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 81-82] August 15, 1805 - Caleb CAPTS SEN. & his wife Jemima CAPTS formerly the wife of Willis GWIN, Dec'd.. of the one part and the heirs of Stephen DUDLEY Dec'd. of the other part. For and in consideration of the sum of $55.00 to us in hand paid or secured to be paid by the said Dec'd. Stephen DUDLEY or his heirs we do acknowledge ourselves fully satisfied and paid having bargained and sold the One Third part of a certain tract of land which was sold to the afsd. Stephen DUDLEY at public auction by the Exe. of the Last Will John GWIN as will appear by a deed made to said DUDLEY by John GWIN bareing date 24th of August 1804 and registered in Register Office in Currituck in Book No. 12 and page 529 the butts and bounds of said land being therein described in said deed was proven by oath of Wm. WILLIAMS August Term 1804.  Registered: Sept. 9, 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 82] August 27, 1805 - Richard WARDEN of Currituck Co. sold to Solomon WILSON of Norfolk Co., Va,  for $274.00, a tract of land situate on the South side of the Northwest River beginning on Moyock Creek adjoining Charles GILDENs land thence binding GILDENs line to the land of Carter BARNARD thence binding on sd. BARNARDs land to a corner thence binding on the land belonging to the heirs of Simon WILSON thence binding on the land of James WIGGLETON to the River thence binding on the Northwest River to Mouth of Moyock Creek to the first station containing 175 acres.  Witness: Willoughby WEST, Thomas POYNER.  Registered: Sept. 9, 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 87] Caleb PARR to Samuel WHITEHURST, SEN. Both of Currituck. 27 Aug 1805 Two hundred dollars. Land near Indian Ridge by Jesse and William PARR. Fifty acres /s/ Caleb (x - his mark) PARR. Witnesses Miller SAWYER and William HEARNING (?). August Term 1805. Registered 11 Sep 1805

[Deed Book 9; pg. 88] James WHITE, executor of the estate of John MCHORNEY, deceased, to Thomas MACHORNEY. All of Currituck. Five silver dollars. Land and marsh on the banks within a few miles of Currituck Inlet by Willoughby MORRIS. Thirty seven and one half acres. /s/ James WHITE. Witnesses Jonathan TAYLOR and Robert WHITE. August Term 1805. Registered 11 Sep 1805.

[Deed Book 9, pg. 89] James WHITE, Executor of the Estate of John MCHORNEY to Jonathan TAYLOR, both of Currituck. Ten dollars and ten cents. Land east part of head of the Bay. Mouth of Perkins Creek. Measured in poles. Refers to Samuel SALYEAR, JUN(?). One hundred acres. /s/ James WHITE. Witness, Thomas MAHONEY, Robert WHITE. August Term, 1805. Registered 11 Sep 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 93] Isabel POYNER to Benjamin TAYLOR, SEN. Sixty silver dollars. Benjamin POYNER, SEN., late husband. Premises and land. /s/ Isabela (x-her mark) POYNER. Witnesses, Thos WILLIAMS, Silbey BARCO. August Term 1805. Registered 16 Sep 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 94] Benjamin COX to Jeremiah LAND. Four hundred dollars. Negro man slave named Simon. 26 Aug 1805 /s/ Benjamin COX. Witnesses, M. JONES and Jesse TAYLOR. August Term 1805. Registered 16 Sep 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 102] Christopher ONEEL of Mattamuskeet in Hyde County, sold to Willobee BASNETT of Cape Hatteras Banks in Currituck County, for $30.00, a tract of land on Cape Hatteras Banks beginning on the Sound side at Christopher ONEEL's and running to Ive ONEEL's, then to the Sound, containing 63 1/3 acres.  This indenture was made May 25, 1804.  Wit: William MIDYETT, William ONEEL, John CLARK.  /s/ Christopher ONEEL.  Registered: Sept. 19, 1805

[Deed Book 9; pg. 109] The lawful heirs of Thomas MIDYETT, dec'd., of Currituck County sold to John GRAY of Currituck County, for 357 silver dollars, a tract of land on Kinnekeet Banks bounded on the soundside by Thomas GRAY and running to the seaside, containing 50 acres.  This indenture was made January 8, 1805.  Wit: John CLARK, Thomas GRAY.  /s/ Samuel [x] MIDYETT, James MIDYETT, Christopher FARROW, Judah [x her mark] MIDYETT, Thomas [x] MIDYETT, Joseph [x] MIDYETT, Solomon MIDYETT.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 109-110] Thomas GRAY of Currituck County sold to Daniel MIDYETT of Chickamacomico Banks, for 15 pounds a tract of land at the north end of Mirtle Hamocks, containing 50 acres.  This indenture was made May __, 1805.  Wit: John QUIDLEY, Christopher ROLLINSON.  /s/ Thomas GRAY.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 110-111] Daniel MIDYETT of Chickamacomico Banks in Currituck County sold to William BURRUS of Cape Hatteras in Currituck County, for 12 pounds, a tract of land lying on a place formerly knowns as Bats Back? beginning at the SW corner of Pharoah FARROW's deed and running to the seaside, containing 50 acres.  This indenture was made May--, 1805.  Wit: Christopher ROLLINSON, John QUIDLEY.  /s/ Daniel MIDYETT.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 116] James NICHOLSON to Thos. WiLLIAMS. James NICHOLSON of Baltimore, Maryland appoints my trusty (?) and loving friend Thos. (Wm? - not clear in film) WILLIAMS, Esq. of Currituck Count as my? and lawful attorney for me. Two thousand dollars mentioned. A schooner named Teaman's (?) Teaney (?) satisfy debts. 12 Oct 1805. /s/ James NICHOLSON. Witnesses: Edward WOODYEAR, Jeremiah WYME (?) and Saml. W. LEE (?) in Baltimore County. Registered 18 Oct 1805

[Deed Book 9; pg. 118] Thomas FEREBEE power of attorney to John DOXEY. "My friend John DOXEY". 8 Jan 1805. November Term 1805. /s/ Thomas FEREBEE Witness, Solomon ALCOCK. Registered 23 Dec 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 118] Josiah NICHOLSON to Thomas WILLIAMS , both of Currituck County. In consideration of rent received. Land bordering where Josiah NICHOLSON lives; Wm. THOMSON (dec?, Sen?) Term of Twenty years. Four pounds for each year to Josiah NICHOLSON. Witness, Jas NICHOLSON, Benjamin (x-his mark) SANDERSON, and Sally (X-her mark) PATTON (?) November Term , 1805. Registered, 20 May 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 120] Daniel LINDSAY to John DOXEY. One negro girl bought seven years ago by name of Sinnair (?) 27 Nov 1805. One hundred and twenty seven Spanish milled dollars. /s/ Daniel LINDSAY Witnessed, Wm. (?) GRAY and Wm. DOXEY. November term 1805. Registered 23 Dec 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 120] Josiah NICHOLSON to Josiah NICHOLSON, son of Josiah, deed of gift. 8 Oct 1805. Land lying on Coinjock Bay. Being a part of my old plantation. Houses.   /s/ Josiah NICHOLSON and Caleb (??? -x - her mark, most likely Penelope) NICHOLSON. Witnesses, Chas. V. HERBERT and John HOMBTON (?) . Deed of gift from Josiah NICHOLSON and wife, Penelope to Josias NICHOLSON,. November Term, 1805. Registered 24 Dec 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 121] Josiah NICHOLSON, SEN. to Nelopy (sic) his wife. Deed of gift. Land bordering son Josiah NICHOLSON. /s/ Josiah NICHOLSON. Witnesses Andrew DUKE and Thos. WILLIAMSON. Also dated 22 Nov 1805. November Term 1805. Registered 24 Dec 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 123] Josiah BALL to William BALL (BELL?). Both of Currituck. 23 Aug 1803. For the natural love and affection I have and do bear to my son William BELL. Land in Currituck bounded by Willo. DAUGE, HALSTEAD's line. Fifty acres. Land I bought of John GRAY. /s/ Josiah BALL. Witness, James COWEL. November Term 1805. proved in open court by the oath of James COWELL. Registered 23 Dec 1805.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 131] Josiah NICHOLSON to Penelope NICHOLSON, deed of gift. 18 Feb 1806. All negroes -- Lam, a man; Sampson, a man; T.(?) a woman; Lamb, a boy. witness, C. (?) ETHERIDGE. /s/ Josiah NICHOLSON. February Term 1806. Registered 25 Mar 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 135] William TATUM to Sandford DOXEY. Both of Currituck. Two hundred twenty silver dollars. One Negro girl by the name of Nan. Witness. John BRABBELL. February Term 1806. Registered 26 Mar 1806.

**Marriage [Deed Book 9; pg. 136] Samuel and Druscilla THOMPSON marriage. "This may certify that Samuel THOMSON and Drusilla THOMSON was joined in holy matrimony as man and wife the 27th day of March, 1806 by Willis ETHERIDGE, J.P. Shown in the Deed Book.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 136] Willis and Agnes ETHERIDGE to Jeremiah LAND.  Both of Currituck. Fifty pounds. One Negro fellow by the name of Ben (Bill?) and also one Negro woman by the name of Nan. No Signatures. Witness, Wm. TAYLOR. February Term 1806. Registered 27 Mar 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 138-139] Edward TAYLOR, William TAYLOR, Jesse TAYLOR, Willouby MAHONEY in right of his wife , and Thomas JARVES, in behalf of his heirs, all of Currituck, $300 , to Lamb TAYLOR one negro woman called Amey and child called Sarah. /s/ Edward TAYLOR, Wm. TAYLOR, Jesse TAYLOR, Willoughby (x- his mark) MAHONEY (?), Thos JARVIS and James TAYLOR. Witnesses, Caleb WHITE and Jesse TAYLOR. Dated 17 Feb 1806. February Term 1806. Registered, 27 Mar 1806. Later transaction, same group for $200 paid by Edward TAYLOR. Negro girl called Muldey (?) . February Term 1806 Registered 29 Mar 1806. Additional transaction (s) , same group for $300 paid by Lamb TAYLOR. One negro man called Jim. Dated 17 Feb 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 151] Josiah and Penelope NICHOLSON to Nathan ROBERTSON. 16 Dec 1805 $1000. Land on the bay bordered by Tom ROBINSON and Josiah NICHOLSON. Witnesses, Chas. V. HERBERT and John TAYLOR. /s/ Josiah NICHOLSON, Penelope (x-her mark) NICHOLSON. February Term, 1806. Registered ? Apr 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 152] Josiah NICHOLSON to John BALLANCE. 24 Feb 1806. Twenty pounds. Land in Currituck bordered by Edward LEACH, John THOMSON and John BALLANCE. Fifty acres. Witnesses, C. ETHERIDGE and Dory DAUGE. /s/ Josiah NICHOLSON . February Term,1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 163] Thomas ROBERTS to John DUNSTON 11 Jan 1806. One hundred dollars. Land on North Banks near Kitty Hawk Bay. Shadrick Gallop's line. Fifty acres. /s/ Thomas (x-his mark) ROBERTS. Witnesses, Thos. GARRETT and John PATRIDGE.  February Term, 1806. Registered 8 Apr 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 167] Andrew DUKE and Sarah his wife to Leven DUNTON. 5 May 1806. "Four hard(?) dollars rent per year". "Piece of ground" bounded by Coinjock Bay, various trees as markers. No names of adjoining landowners listed. Thirty year term. /s/ Andrw. DUKE, Sarah DUKE. Witnesses: Ruben TAYLOR, Lovey JASPER. May Term 1806. Registered 14 Jul 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 180] Christian TAYLOR of County of Camden (?) (Caroline?) in North Carolina to Ephraim POWERS of Currituck. One hundred silver dollars. Land bordered by James POWERS. Forty-eight acres. /s/ Christian (X-his mark) TAYLOR. Witnesses: James (X-his mark) POYNER, Jesse ETHERIDGE, and Saml. (X-his mark) POWERS. Registered 11 Jul 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 195] Land Patent No. 245. Fifty shillings for every hundred acres. Caleb TAYLOR. Three hundred acres in Currituck on the North Banks. Entered 21 Jan 1805. /s/ Alex MARTIN Will. WHITE, Sec. Registered 27 Aug 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 201] Caleb ETHERIDGE, Sheriff to Thos. WILLIAMS. Both of Currituck. 18 Feb 1806. Lands and Tenements of James NICHOLSON and John J. HAMPTON. Debt and charges for lawsuit. Land wherein the said James NICHOLSON father Josiah formerly lived. In Currituck on Coinjoick backwoods, by Demcy BALLANCE, Lemuel WALKER, Robert POYNER. Thirty and one fourth acres. James NICHOLSON bought from his father. /s/ Caleb ETHERIDGE, Sheriff. Witnesses: T. BAXTER, S. FEREBEE. August Term 1806. Registered 14 Oct 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 206-207]  March 5, 1806.  Arthor NORTHERN and Euphan his wife Together with Dorcas MAY & Sarah GRIMES of the County of Norfolk and State of Virginia of the one part and Aaron BRIGHT of the County of Currituck and State of North Carolina of the other part Witnesseth that the said Arthor NORTHERN and Euphan his wife together with Dorkes MAY and Sarah GRIMES for and Inconsideration of the sum of one hundred Dollars convey and confirm unto him the said Aaron BRIGHT his heirs or assigns forever a Certain piece or parcel of Land situate lying and being in the county of Currituck & State of North Carolina afsd. Bounded as follows beginning at a gum standing near the Main Road thence running along  the sd. Road a westerly corse to the Swamp thence along the sd. Swamp & Easterly course to the said BRIGHTs line thence along a line of marked trees a Northerly Course to the first Station containing twenty five acres be the same more or less.  /s/ Arthur NORTHERN, Fanny NORTHERN, Dorcas MAY, Sarah [her x mark] GRIMES.  Witnesses: Thos. HAYMAN, Solomon BRIGHT.  Registered: Oct. 16, 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 207] Aug. 25, 1806.  Mitchel LEE & wife Anne to Phillip LEE.  For $15 a certain peace or parcel of Land Lying and being in Currituck County beginning at a water oak standing in the Dividing line which was made by the Will of Samuel LEE Between said Mitchel LEE & Phillip LEE his sons thence down said line eastward by the Creek thence southardly up the Creek to the fork of the Creek thence up the Creek westardly to the mouth of a gutt then up the gutt the various Courses of the gutt to the head of said gutt thence Northwardly a strate Line to the first station containing twenty acres more or less and all the building orchard, swamp waters, water courses profits thereof Belonging or there unto appertaining the Rents and profits thereof.  /s/ Mitchel LEE.  Witnesses: John HILL, Thos. HARVEY.  Registered Oct. 16, 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 208] Godfrey WHITEHURST to William POYNER. Both of Currituck. Fifty silver dollars. 17 Jul 1806. Land in Currituck by Saml. THOMPSON, GRAY's line, William POYNER. Five acres. /s/ Godfrey (x-his mark) WHITEHURST. Witness, S. THOMPSON. August Term 1806. Registered 17 Oct 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 209] Simon JENKINS to Godfrey WHITEHURST. Both of Currituck. 18 Jul 1806. Twenty silver dollars. Land in Curriuck bounded by James LEE. Three acres. /s/ Simon JENKINS, Witnessed, Rich. DOZIER Moses (x-his mark) FANCHER. August Term 1806. Registered 17 Oct 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 215] Jesse TAYLOR to Daniel LINDSAY. 13 Jun 1806; Both of Currituck County. $539 and eight cents. Land situated on Currituck Narrows bordered by Jesse TAYLOR. Julia TAYLOR, Thos. SANDERSON, Benjamin TAYLOR, Nathan POYNER, and Barbra TAYLOR. Witnesses, T. SANDERSON, Thos. POYNER. /s/ Jesse TAYLOR (referred to in registration paragraph after deed as Jesse TAYLOR, JUNIOR). Registered 2 Oct 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 220] This indenture made this 12th day of June 1806 between Joseph WILLIAMS SEN. and William WILLIAMS SEN. for and in consideration of the sum of Fifty Silver Dollars paid by William WILLIAMS SEN. to Joseph WILLIAMS SEN. for a parcel of land lying on Cape Hatterass Banks SW corner of the New Patch North to the mouth of Crooked Creek thence with the sound to the mouth of Gibses Gut  various course to first station containing 30 acres.  Witnesses:  Ezekiel HOOPER, Pricilla MILLERRegistered October 21, 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 220-221]  This indenture made this tenth Day of February One Thousand Eight Hundred and Six Between Christopher FLOWER, John FLOWER, Peel? FLOWER & Julia FLOWER of the State of North Carolina and county of Currituck of the one part and Field? ONEEL of the same place of the other part. Witnesseth the sd. Christopher FLOWER, John FLOWER, Peel FLOWERS & Julia FLOWERS for and in consideration of the sum of Ninety Silver Dollars and Fifty cents to them paid by Field ONEEL a certain track of land situate on Kinekeet beginning at a maple stump near the main road running East to a ceder post on a hill thence North to a ceder post at Francis CRADLEs corner then a West corse to the sound thence with the sound till the beginning bounds bears East then to the first station to conclude 50 acres more or less it being a piece of land sold by William MILLER SEN. unto John FLOWERS SEN.  /s/ Christopher FLOWER, John FLOWER.  Witnesses: Prisicila MILLER, Genuh MILLER August Term 1806.  Registered October 21, 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 221-222]  June 18, 1806 - I Joseph WILLIAMS JUN. for and in consideration of the sum of 35 Silver Dollars paid to me by William WILLIAMS for a parcel of land lying on Cape Hatterass beginning at William WILLIAMS NE corner various courses to a ceder post on Jacob FARROW SEN. patent line various courses to first station to conclude 5 acres more or less.  /s/ Joseph WILLIAMS, Willa [her x mark] WILLIAMS; Witnesses:  Ezekiel HOOPER, Pricilla MILLER; Registered October 21, 1806

[Deed Book 9; pg. 222-223]  August 22, 1806 - I Aaron BALLANCE of Cape Hatterass Banks for and in consideration of the sum of $50.00 paid to me by Rueben BURRIS for a certain parcel of land being on Cape Hatterass Banks at a place called The Wiles it being a part of a tract of land patent by Aaron BALLANCE beginning at a post on the sound side at the Westthermost corner of Thomas BALLANCE line various courses to first station to contain 50 acres more or less.  Witness: S. HALL; Registered October 22, 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 223]  August 15, 1806 - I Hezekiah SCARBROUGH for and in consideration of the sum of Fifty Pounds current money paid to me by John SCARBROUGH for a certain parcel of land situated on Cape Hatterass Banks various courses to BURRES line to Hezekiah SCARBROUGHs line to first station to contain 100 complete acres.  Witness: Peter BRADY, Jacob SCARBROUGHRegistered October 22, 1806

[Deed Book 9; pg. 223-224] Ezekiel HOOPER of Currituck County sold to Joseph WILLIAMS, SEN'R., of Currituck County, for 10 pounds, a tract of land on Kennekeet beginning at the lighthouse with the courses of the sound to Gibbs Point, thence a northerly & easterly course to Jacob WILLIAMS' patent line.  This indenture was made October 22, 1805.  Wit: Peter BRADY.  /s/ Ezekiel HOOPER.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 224] Banister MIDYETT and his wife Luranah MIDYETT of Currituck County sold to William JENNETT of Currituck County, for $60.00, a tract of land on Cape Hatteras "...it being the 1/3 part of the 50 acres of land with the improvements to whereon Jesse JENNETT dwelt at his decease..."  This indenture was made May 3, 1806.  Wit: Thomas MIDYETT, Daniel MIDYETT.  /s/ Banister MIDYETT, Lurana MIDYETT.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 225] Elijah CASON to William BRUMSEY. Five hundred dollars. Four negroes by the name of Condina (?) Henry, Amy (only three names apparent). 14 Jun 1806. /s/ Elijah CASON. Witnesses: John TAYLER, Joseph FEREBEE. August Term 1806. Registered 23 Oct 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 226] Thomas JARVIS, ship carpenter of Currituck County to S. SALYEAR. 20 Mar 1806. Refers to Thomas TAYLOR's will and the bond sum of $1000. Refers to Thomas' wife, Miriam, and binds Lamb TAYLOR, Edward TAYLOR, William TAYLOR, Jesse TAYLOR, James TAYLOR, and Willouby MCHORNEY in right of his wife, Betsy. /s/ Thomas JARVIS. Witness: Samuel SALYEAR, JUNIOR. Registered 27 Oct 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 226]  Know all Men by these presents that I Simeon SAWYER Constable by virtue of a Judgment and Exercution obtained against Layey LINDSEY Adm. to the Estate of William LINDSEY, SEN., dec'd.. by me was to me Jun. Did execute one negro woman & child by name of Rachal & Clarisey and advirtised the said property for sale on the 21th Day of August One Thousand Eight Hundred and Six and the said negroes was set up and lawful biders attended and the said negro woman Rachal and Clarsey was bid off and bought for the Consideration of the sum of five pounds two shillings & six pence by Wichos(?) DAUGE, SEN. the wright and title of William LINDSEY, Dec. given under my hand and seal this August the 21th Day 1806.  /s/ Simeon SAWYER.  Witness: Jonathan LINDSEY.  N. Carolina Currituck August Term 1806 this Bill of Sale from Simeon SAWYER Constable to Rich’d. DOUGH, SEN. was acknowledged in open court in due form of law & ordered Registered.  Attest. T. BAXTER DCCC.  According to order is Registered October the 24th Day 1806.  Test. Willis ETHERIDGE Pub. Register

[Deed Book 9; pg. 233] Thos. EVERTON to Edward HOLLOWAY. Both of Currituck. 24 Nov 1806. Twenty pounds current money. Land in Currituck beginning at Parkers Creek. No names of adjoining owners listed. Thirteen acres. /s/ Thos. (x-his mark) EVERTON. Witness, Lamb TAYLOR. November Term 1806. Proved by the oath of Lamb TAYLOR in open court. Registered 26 Dec 1806.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 245] Aug. 23, 1800 - Caleb SANDERSON sold to Lemuel RUSSELL for$72.50, a tract of land bounded various courses to the line of the land of Daniel LINDSEY various courses to the line binding the land where Lemuel RUSSELL now lives, containing 14 1/2 acres.  Witness: Thos. POYNERRegistered September 23, 1800.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 245] mAR. 17, 1800 - Jonathan WEST and his wife  ELIZABETH sold to Jeremiah PLUMMER of the County of Princess Anne State of Virginia, for $50.00, a tract of land situated in Gibbs Woods in Currituck County it being one half of the lands that George PLUMMER give to his two Daughters Elizabeth and Mary containing 6 Acres. Witness: Edw. WEST, John DOSHER

[Deed Book 9; pg. 253] Josias NICHOLSON to Charles HERBERT both of Currituck 7 Jun 1807. $100. Land in Currituck County bounded by Josias NICHOLSON. Witnesses: ? FEREBEE and ? KALLAM. /s/ Josias NICHOLSON. February Term 1807. Registered: ? Mar 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 255] Thomas MCHONEY to Samuel MCHONEY. Both of Currituck. 14 Feb 1807. Three hundred Spanish Mill dollars. Land and March in Currituck by Joseph GRAY, Joseph TAYLOR, JARVIS line. Sixty two acres. /s/ Thomas MACHONEY. Witnesses, Ruben BALL, Jesse TAYLOR. Proved on oath of Jesse TAYLOR in open court, February Term 1807. Registered 27 Mar 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 257]  To all people to whome this presents shall come Know ye that I William CHAPLIN of Currituck County & State afsd. for the valuable consideration of the sum of sixty five dollars to me in hand paid by Richard DOUGH SEN. of the same County and State the receipt whereof I the said William CHAPLIN do hereby acknowledge and that there with I am fully contented and paid do by virtue of these presents & for the consideration afsd. bargain sell aliunate convey confirm and make over unto the said Richard DOUGE and his heirs forever a certain pice or purcel of marsh beginning at the westerd mouth of the line between Jehu HALL and Ether. D(?) CHAPLIN twelve feet westward of the westerd mouth giving twelve feet distance below where his fince formely stod running Northly course to apost against apine standing by the sd. CHAPLIN fince from thence a westerly course to a stump by a auter slide point from thence to Albermarl Sound to apine by a Doreset SLOWES from thence along the Albermarl Sound varses courses along the Sound to Jehu HALL's line and Son the said HALL's line to the first station & by estamation twenty seven acres more or less with every apprertainences to the same belonging to have and to hold the afsd. bargained & sold land & premises with all priviledges or appertainances to the same belonging or that any ways appertaintes to the whole and sole use & benefit of him the sd. Richard DOUGH and his heirs for ever & I the sd. William CHAPLIN for my selfe my heirs and assignes do further convenant promis & agree to and with the said Richard DOUGH his heirs & assigns the rite and title of the afsd. tract of land to warrant and defend against all persons whatever laying any claim to the same in Witness whereoff I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 19th Day January 1807. /s/ William CHAPLIN.  Witnesses: Bowen GREEN, John MACOY.  Rec’d the 19th of January 1807 of Rich’d. DOUGH the sum of sixty five dollars I say Rec’d by me for the sd. Marsh.  Wm. CHAPLIN.  Test: Jehu HALL

[Deed Book 9; pg. 260] Josiah NICHOLSON to Josias NICHOLSON. 2 Jan 1807. Deed of gift, refers to "love and goodwill to my son" Land bounded by Armistead SOLES. /s/ Josiah NICHOLSON and Penelope (x-her mark) NICHOLSON. Witnesses, Joseph FEREBEE, Chas. V. HERBERT, and Armistead SOLES. February Term, 1807. Registered, 16 Apr 1807

[Deed Book 9; pg. 262] Caleb ETHERIDGE Sheriff, holding property of a certain James NICHOLSON and sundry attachments covering the said estate of the said defendant or summon in good application of three justices of the peace for the County of Currituck obtained an order of the said court to advertise and sell at public auction to the higher bidder the whole of the remains of the said estate of the said James NICHOLSON for ready money according to the intent and meaning of the general Assembly made and provided where the property is of a perishable nature and by virtue of said order I the said Caleb ETHERIDGE Sheriff aforesaid was ordered and commanded in the following words viz state of North Carolina Currituck County. " Willis ETHERIDGE, Esq., John JURR (?) Esquire and Andrew DUKE (Esq.) Certain Negro girl by the name of Druscilla. Two hundred twenty one dollars. 28 Dec 1805. Witness: S. HALL /signed/ C. ETHERIDGE, Sheriff. February Term 1807. Registered 21 Apr 1807. Second transaction follows with same parties.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 262] August the 21th Day 1806 Know all men by these presents that I Richard DOUGH for in the consideration of the good will and affections that I bare towards my Daughter Saley LINDSEY do lend the use of one negro woman and child by name of Rachel & Clarisey during of her natural life and after the death of my said Daughter Salley LINDSEY for the consideration and good will and affections that I bare towards my grand Sons William LINDSEY and John LINDSEY do give grant and make over unto the said William LINDSEY and John LINDSEY the said negro woman and child by name of Rachal and Clarsey formly to the said William & John their heirs forever firmly by these presents the Day and Date above mentioned.  /s/ Richard DOUGH.  Witnesses: Jonathan LINDSEY.  State N. Carolina Currituck Feby. Term 1807 this Deed of Gift from Rich’d DOUGH, SEN. to William & John LINDSEY was proved by the oath of Simeon SAWYER in open court in due form of law & ordered Registered.  Attest. T. BAXTER DCCC.  According to order is Registered April the 2th Day 1807.  Test. Willis ETHERIDGE Pub. Register

[Deed Book 9; pg. 265] William ETHERIDGE to James DOXEY. Both of Currituck. One hundred twenty five Spanish milled dollars. Negro girl by the name of Hannah(?). 25 Feb 1807. February Term 1807. Witnessed, Sanford DOXEY, John DOXEY. /s/ Wm. ETHERIDGE. Registered 3 Apr 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 266] Lamb TAYLOR, Edward TAYLOR, Jesse TAYLOR, James TAYLOR, Willoughby MCHORNEY in right of his wife Bettsy, and Thomas JARVIS on behalf of his heirs; to William TAYLOR for $130. One negro boy by name of Luis. Witness: Jesse PERRY (?) Signed by all of them with only Willoughby MCHORNEY using X-his mark. February Term, 1807. Registered, 30 Apr 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 268] 1 Jan 1807; Daniel DUNTON to Isaac ROBERTS. One year of corn to be paid to said Daniel DUNTON. Land and houses; Daniel DUNTON, orphan of Jacob DUNTON, deceased. Isaac ROBERTS to build one frame house twenty feet long. Brick chimney. Brick upper and under floors. Full term of seven years. Two hundred pounds. /s/ Isaac ROBERTS and Daniel DUNTON. Witnessed, Joseph BAXTER. February Term 1807. Registered 6 Apr 1807. Witness, Willis ETHERIDGE.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 270] Tyrrell County, State of North Carolina (but in Currituck deed book). William COWELL and Lidia his wife to Abraham VANHORN. 27 Dec(?) 1806. Fifty four acres of land by William COWELL's line, Thomas WARRINGTON. Term of twenty years. /s/ William COWELL and Lydia (x-her mark) COWELL. Witness, Dory DAUGE, Tully ROBERTSON. February Term 1807. Proved by oath of Dory DAUGE and Tulley ROBERTSON. Registered 7 Apr 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg.275] William DAUGE to Samuel FEREBEE. Two hundred silver dollars. Negro woman named Ady and her children Peg, Bill , Mill, and Isaac. 6 Jul 1805. /s/ Wm. DAUGE. Witnessed, Dennis DOZIER, James COWEL. May Term 1807. Registered 27 Jun 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 277] James NICHOLSON to Levin DUNTON. Both of Currituck. "Negroes that my father left to me". Two hundred dollars. 24 Feb 1807. /s/ Jas. NICHOLSON  Witnesses, Nancy (x-her mark) BALLANCE, Wm. ROBERTS. Negroes not named. May Term 1807. Proved in open court on oath of William ROBERTS. Registered 29 Jun 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 278] Penelope NICHOLSON and James NICHOLSON for his daughter Sally. 28 Feb 1807 One hard --- (?) rent per year to be paid to Penelope NICHOLSON for the term of twenty years. Land unto James NICHOLSON agent for the use of Salley NICHOLSON the daughter of James NICHOLSON (and?) Nancy his wife. Land in Currituck near Coinjock Bridge by something that was formerly Griffin NICHOLSON's ; by Charles HERBERT land, he bought of Josias NICHOLSON. Two acres. /s/ Penelope (x-her mark) NICHOLSON. Witnesses, Chas. V. HERBERT and Alex. (x-his mark) POOL. May Term 1807. Registered 29 Jun 1807

[Deed Book 9; pg. 284] Penelope NICHOLSON to Charles V. HERBERT. Both of Currituck. Thirty dollars. Land in Coinjock by Josias NICHOLSON, Charles V. HERBERT. Appears to be one acre of land more or less (the word acre was left out of this phrase in the deed). /s/ Penelope (x-her mark) NICHOLSON. Witnesses, Jas. NICHOLSON, Will: BRUMSEY. May Term 1807. Registered 1(?) Jul 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 291] Benjamin POYNER to Lamb TAYLOR. Two hundred forty dollars. POYNER of Currituck. Land at the sound by Jesse PERRY.  Nineteen acres. /s/ Benjamin POYNER. Witness, James (x-his mark) SPRY. May Term 1807. Registered 3 Jul 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 292] Thomas IVES to Lamb TAYLOR. $50. Land bordered by said TAYLOR. /s/ Thos. IVES, Witness, John T. HAMPTON, 20 Mar 1807 May Term 1807 Registered 3 Jul 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 292] John POYNER to John T. HAMPTON. Both of Currituck. 12 Apr 1807. Five hundred dollars. Land in Currituck by Wm. HOLLOWAY; William NICHOLES patron (sic, should probably be "Patent") Joshua BALL, Saml. EADEY, Nathan POYNER, dec'd., patron (sic) to the north; Joel POYNER formerly lived; Three hundred acres. /s/ John (x-his mark) POYNER. Witnessed, Samuel POYNER, Jesse TAYLOR. May Term 1807. Registered 4 Jul 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 295-296] Timothy MIDYETT & Levi MIDYETT of Swan Quater, Hyde County sold to John GRAY of Hatteras Banks in Currituck County, for 80 Spanish mill dollars, a tract of land lying on Cape Hatteras Banks "...50 acres of land that belonged to our father Thomas MIDYETT..." joining the land of Thomas GRAY.  This indenture was made May 15 & August 1, 1800?.  Wit: Pharoah FARROW, Asa [x] WILLIAMS.  /s/ Timothy MIDYETT, Levi MIDYETT.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 296] James O'NEEL and his wife Barbary sold to Francis FARROW, JUN'R and his wife Ally (Olly?) FARROW, all of Currituck County, for $150.00, a tract of land lying in the Cape Woods bounded by Elizabeth FARROW, Edward FARROW and Thos. FARROW, containing 20 acres.  This indenture was made May 13, 1807.  Wit: Pharroah FARROW.  /s/ James O'NEAL, Babary [x] O'NEAL.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 310] This Indenture made this August 25, 1807, I John MORSE for and in consideration of the sum of T$22.00 paid to me by Willoughby MORSE, for a certain tract, bounded by various courses to contain 2 acres.  Witness: John CASSON, Arther MORSE.  Registered October 13, 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 310-311] This deed indented and made this September 1,1807, I William BONNEY for and in consideration of the sum of $125.00 paid to me by Caleb Wm. DUDLEY for a piece of land lying on Knots Island in the S.W. part of said BONNEYs land various courses to contain 1 acre.  Witness: Anthony TRAME?.  Registered October 14, 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 311-312] This indenture made this of August 17, 1807, I William HOLLOWAY SEN. for and in consideration of the sum of $500.00 paid to me by Edward HOLLOWAY, for all that tract of land whereon I now live, beginning at a corner post on sound side between William HOLLOWAY and Jarvis ALLEN various courses binding ALLEN to first station containing 30 acres.  Witness: Hosea BALL, Sam’l. HOLLOWAY.  Registered October 14, 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 312] This indenture made this August 17, 1807, I William HOLLOWAY SEN. for and in consideration of the sum of $64.00 paid to me by Samuel HOLLOWAY for that tract of land joining Saml. POYNERs land various courses to Docktor HAMPTONs crossway, thence Easterly along crossway to main rode thence Southerly to first station containing 30 acres.  Witness: Hosea BALL, Edward HOLLOWAY.  Registered October 14, 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 312-313]  This indenture made this August 17, 1807, I William HOLLOWAY SEN. for and in consideration of the sum of $543.00 paid to me by Edward HOLLOWAY for a certain tract of land known by name of Poiney Ridge beginning at the mouth of Parkers Creek various courses to mouth of Coinjock Bay thence to first station containing 543 acres.  Witness: Hosea BALL, Sam’l HOLLOWAY Registered October 14, 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 313-314]  This indenture made this August 17, 1807, I William HOLLOWAY SEN. for and in consideration of the sum of $201.00 paid to me by William HOLLOWAY JUN. for a parcel of land joining the lands of Thomas IVES and bounded as follows: beginning at the main rode at a hickery thence Westerly along Thos. IVESes line to my Northwest corner at the swamp rode in the old patent line thence Southerly course by a line of marked trees to Lewis WILLIAMS line thence Easterly with WILLIAMS line to main road thence Northerly along the rode to the first station containing 34 acres.  Witness: Hosea BALL, Edward HOLLOWAY Registered October 15, 1807

[Deed Book 9; pg. 323] Thomas TILLITT agent for Joseph KING to William TWIFORD, SEN. Both of Currituck. Two hundred dollars. Land lying on the northeast side of Kitty Hawk (?) Bay known by the name of Mill Point. By Samuel PERRY. Fifty acres. /s/ Joseph KING Thos. WILLASASINT (?) Witnessed: Thos. COWELL, Thos. (x-his mark) BEST. August Term 1807. Proved in open court by the oath of Thomas COWELL. Registered 22 Oct 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 324] James NICHOLSON to his daughter Sally. On 1 Aug 1807, James NICHOLSON gave land to his daughter, Sally. It was recorded on 22 Oct 1807. There was a further gift, unclear if as part of this item, Jas. NICHOLSON to his daughter Salley, deed of gift; pots, kettles, other items. /s/ Jas. NICHOLSON. Witness, Will. BRUMSEY August Term, 1807. Registered, 22 Oct 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 325] Tulley BARNET to Jesse BARNET. Both of Currituck. Three hundred dollars. One negro girl by the name of Vilet. 5 Feb 1807. /s/ /Tully BARNARD. Witnessed, Luke BARNARD (?), July (x-his[ sic] mark) TAYLOR. August Term 1807. Proved by oath of Julia TAYLOR. Registered 23 Oct 1807.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 326] Thomas SANDERSON, Adm. of the Est. of Benjamin TAYLOR, decd. February Term, 1807. Sell part of the Negroes belonging to the aforesaid decd. estate for the payment of his debts and in pursuant of said order of court. Advertised. Sale 23 May 1807. One negro boy by the name of Mitus (? Milus?) . Daniel LINDSAY bid one hundred sixty five pounds, fifteen shillings and was the highest bidder. /s/ Thos. SANDERSON, Adm. Witness: Thos. SANDERSON, JUN. August Term 1807. Registered 23 Oct 1807

[Deed Book 9; pg. 334] Josiah NICHOLSON to James ETHERIDGE. Both of Currituck. 3 Jan 1807. Twenty pounds. Land by John BALL which he bought of Josiah NICHOLSON and Penelope NICHOLSON; John BALLANCE; Evan MILLER; John DOXEY. Fifty acres. /s/ Josiah NICHOLSON, Penelope (x-her mark) NICHOLSON. Witnesses: Chas. V. HERBERT. B.C.(?) KALLAM. November Term 1807. Proved on oath of Benjamin KALLAM. Registered 31 Dec 1807

[Deed Book 9; pg. 335] Josiah NICHOLSON to James HILL. 13 May 1807. Both of Currituck. $300 silver dollars. Land bounded by Nathan ROBERTSON. /s/ Josias NICHOSON and Francis (x- her mark) NICHOLSON. Witness, M. SIMMONS. Registered on oath of Chas. V. HERBERT. November Term, 1807. Registered 1 Jan 1808

[Deed Book 9; pg. 339] Jesse TAYLOR to Absalom WILLIAMS. 24 Apr 1807. $54 Land on the North Banks formerly part of Joseph BOGUS (?) 54 acres. /s/ Jesse TAYLOR. Witnesses. Thos. (x-his mark) CAKES (?) and James TAYLOR. November Term, 1807. Registered 8 Jan 1808

[Deed Book 9; pg. 343] Caleb ETHERIDGE, Sheriff of Currituck, to Samuel FEREBEE, also of Currituck. 6 Oct 1806. Court case at Edenton with damages to John WILLIAMS. From Samuel FEREBEE, James COWELL and Solomon ALCOCK. /s/ C. ETHERIDGE, Sheriff. Witnesses, Brickhouse BELL, T. BAXTER February Term 1807. Registered 7 Apr 1808

[Deed Book 9; pg. 37_] 28 Jan 1808; Deed of gift from Abel ROBERTS to William ROBERTS. Two cows. One horse. Furniture. 100 pounds of pork. Seven barrels of corn. stated that William is the son of Abel . /s/ Abel (x-his mark) ROBERTS and Mary (x-her mark) ROBERTS . Witnesses, William BRUMSEY, Dory DAUGE. February Term, 1808, Registered 22 Apr 1808. Mary listed as wife of Abel . (Next item) same to Thomas ROBERTS. One cow and calf. Deed of gift. Remainder of property Same signatures, witnesses, dates (except registered 23 Apr 1808). Thomas named as son of Abel and Mary.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 379] Abel ROBERTS and Mary ROBERTS to Wm. ROBERTS . Deed of Gift. Witnessed, Dory DAUGE and Will. BRUMSEY. /s/ Abel (x-his mark) ROBERTS and Mary (X-her mark) ROBERTS. 22 Apr 1808. February Term, 1808. Next Item. Deed of gift. Same people and same witnesses. To Thos. ROBERTS

[Deed Book 9; pg. 381] William TAYLOR to Lamb TAYLOR. 27 Feb 1808 $100. Negro boy named Luis. Witness, Anthony FRAMES (?). /s/ William TAYLOR. February Term 1808. Registered 25 Apr 1808

[Deed Book 9; pg. 381] Know all men by these presents that I William & Nancy WROTEN for and in consideration of the sum of Two Hundred pounds do bargain and sell a negrow man by the name of Luke to Thomas WHITE Sen. planter. Given under our hands and seals this the 14th of Decem. 1805.  /s/ William WROTEN; Nancy [x] WROTEN.  Witnesses: T. WHITEHALL; Sam. JARVIS.  Feb. Term 1808.  According to order is registered April the 25th day 1808

[Deed Book 9; pg. 381-382] State of N. Carolina Currituck County Know all men by these presents that I Susanah DOUGH for an in consideration of the sum of three hundred dollars to me in hand paid by Aaron DOUGH of the Island of Roanoak and County afsd. before the sealing and delivering of these presents the receipt where of I here by the said Susanah DAUGH do hereby acknowledge have bargained and sold and by these presents do grant bargain and sell unto the said Aaron DOUGH a negroe boy named Croatan unto the said Aaron DOUGH and to him his heirs and assigns forever and I the said Susannah DOUGH do warrant and defend the above negro ???? from me my heirs and assigns forever and from all and every other person claiming under me afs witness my hand and seal this Elevteenth Day of March One Thousand Eight Hundred & Six.  /s/ Susanah [x] DOUGH.  Witness: Abraham BAUM.  State of N. Carolina Currituck Feb.y Term 1808 this Bill of Sale from Susanah DOUGH to Aaron DOUGH was proved by the oath of Abraham BAUM Esq. In open court in due form of law and ordered Registered.  Attest: T. BAXTER CCC.  According to order is registered April the 25th Day 1808.  Test. Willis ETHERIDGE Pub. Register

[Deed Book 9; pg. 382] William SMITH to William SIMSON and Peter WHITEHURST. ? August 1807. All of Currituck. In consideration of rents and covenants. Small lot of land in Currituck on the main public road, by land of late Jacob WILLIAMS, deceased. Fifty feet square. Term of eight years. /s/ William SMITH William SIMSON Peter WHITEHURST. Witnesses, Tayler (x- his mark) BEASLEY (?), Malachi (x-his mark) DUDLEY. February Term 1808. Registered 25 Apr 1808.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 394] (page numbering appears to repeat here). William TAYLOR to Jonathan TAYLOR. One hundred dollars. Jonathan of Currituck. My stock of sheep on the Banks marked Swallow fork under the left ear and slit(/) the right ear. 10 May 1807. /s/ William TAYLOR. Witness, Peter (x-his mark) YOKER(?).

[Deed Book 9; pg. 395] William COWELL to Willoughby WHITE. Both of Currituck. Three hundred dollars Certain negro boy slave named Bill. 28 May 1808./s/ William COWELL. Witnessed, Jeremiah LAND, Michael POWER. May Term 1808. Registered 16? Jul 1808

[Deed Book 9; pg. 400] Nathan ONEEL to Lamb TAYLOR. 20 Dec 1807. Both of Currituck. Thirty eight dollars. Land in Currituck by Charles GRIGGS, James SPRY. Seventy two acres. /s/ Nathan ONEEL. Witnessed, John ALLEN, T. TOBRIDGE (?) May Term 1808. Registered July ? 1808.

[Deed Book 9; pg. 401] Lamb TAYLOR to Peter PARKER. Both of Currituck. 20 May 1808. Twenty dollars. Swamp land by aforesaid PARKER's northern corner, by land of John MCHONEY, decd. Fifty acres. /s/ Lamb TAYLOR. Witness, William TAYLOR. Proved in open court by the oath of William TAYLOR. May Term 1808. Registered 12 Jul 1808.

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