Return to Currituck Co.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 25] James NICHOLSON, constable to Lydia ETHERIDGE. Bill of Sale. From a judgment obtained against William ETHERIDGE in favor of Samuel JARVIS. Six dollars and six cents. Edward HARDY, J.P. Judgment dated 29 Aug 1809. Executed 8 Aug 1811. Andrew DUKE, J.P. "I the said James NICHOLSON Cosntable in obedience to the above judgment and execution to me direct, did leavy on a negro girl slave by the name of Cloe..."Dated 28 Sep 1811. May Term 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 28] William JARVES to John JARVIS. "I William JARVIS am held and firmly bound unto my father and mother, John and Dorcas JARVIS..." All of Currituck. Two thousand dollars. Reserves the housing of John and Dorcas JARVIS. May 1812. Witnesses, John JARVIS, Lamuel TAYLOR. /s/ William JARVIS. May Term 1812. Registered 12 Nov 1812. The full deed below was submitted by Jean Schroeder.
Know all men by these presents, know ye that I William Jarvis
of the County and state aforesaid are held bound unto my father and mother, John
and Dorcas Jarvis, both of the county and state aforesaid, in the full and just
sum of Two thousand dollars, good and lawful money, for the true performance of
which I bind myself my heirs and assigns unto the said John and Dorcas Jarvis.
The condition of the above Obligation is such, that if I myself or any other
person or persons claiming under or by me, should or does - hereafter Interrupt,
concern or disturb the above mentioned John or Dorcas Jarvis in during their
natural life or the housing herein they now dwell, for this to stand in full
force and venture in Law. Otherwise to be void and of no effect, for the true
performance I bind myself my heirs and assigns. In witness whereof I have
hereunto set my hand and seal this the [blank] day of May 1812.
Ack. William Jarvis
Signed Sealed & Delivered in Presents of us
State of NCarolina Currituck for May Term 1812
This Bond from William Jarvis to John & Dorcas Jarvis was acknowledged in Open Court in due form of Law and Ordered Registered Attest: T. Baxter CCC
According to order this Bond was registered in the
Registers Office in Book P. No. 18 and Page 28
Nov 26th 1812 Attest Dennis Dozier P. Reg.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 37] Richard
ALLEN to Fanny McHORNEY Deed of Gift -
I Richard ALLEN of the County of Currituck and state of NC Send Greetings.
Know ye that I the said Richard ALLEN for and in consideration of the natural
Good love and affection which I bear unto my Beloved Daughter Fanny
of the county and state aforesaid . . . during her natural life and after her
decease to her two Eldest children, Emanliff and Barbary McHORNEY to them and
their heirs forever, all and singular the goods and chattels following, two
feather beds & furniture, one linen wheel one chest, one table, three chairs,
one Puter dish, trunk which she has now in possession . . . set my hand and
seal June 22nd day 1811.
Richard [x] ALLEN
in presents of Samuel SALYER, JUNR. (Jurat) Registered Nov 24th 1812
[Deed Book 12; pg. 38] Jesse PERRY, deed of gift to his children. Gives his plantation of one hundred and fifty acres lying on Currituck sound bounded by Randal JONES, Edward TAYLOR, Benjamin TAYLOR. Land bought of John LITCHFIELD and Thomas BARNET. Salley PERRY Jesse PERRY, and Alpheus PERRY. 12 Jul 1808. August Term 1812. /s/ Jesse PERRY. Witnesses, George (x-his mark) FISHER. Edward (x-his mark) CURLING. Registered 27 Nov 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pgs. 39-40] Thomas FARROW to Nathan O'NEAL. For the sum of $475.00, a parcel of land lying and being in Currituck County on Cape Hatteras and joining Christopher PEEL, and James MYDGETT [no acreage given]. July 27, 1811. /s/ Thomas FARROW. Witnesses: Joseph FARROW, Benjamin SPUNG?. Registered: Nov. 27, 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 43] William STIRON [Styron)] sold to Josiah Perry for $10, land on the North Banks...land Thomas GARRET sold to Anthony FENTRESS and was given by him to his son David FENTRESS containing 100 acres more or less. /s/ William [x] STIRON. Witnesses: William [x] GREEN, Pennina [her x mark] BOSWELL. Proven in open court by Pennina BOSWELL and ordered registered Nov 27th 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 44] Abraham & Elijah SIKES sold to Josiah PERRY for $50, one hundred acres of land on the North Banks, which land was included in Richard LANDs patten, which is one half of said patten. /s/ Abraham SIKES, Elijah SIKES; Witnesses: Masick SAWYER, Pennina [her x mark] BOSWELL. August Term 1812 - Proved in open court by Pennina BOSWELL; Registered Nov 27th 1812. Submitted by Jean Schroeder
[Deed Book 12; pg. 45] Mary GREEN, John SIKES and Phernelia SIKES, sold to Josiah PERRY for $20, . . . our title and claim to a certain parcel of land on the North Banks which Thomas GARRET sold to Anthony FENTRESS called M___cts (?) old field. April 1, 1812. /s/ Mary [x] GREEN John SIKES, Phernelia [x] SIKES. Witnesses: William [x] GREEN, Keziah [x] GREEN, Pennina [x] BOSWELL. Proven August Term 1812. Registered this 27th day of November 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 46] Ezekiah GALLOP sold to Thomas HARRIS for $40 . . . a certain piece of land on the North Banks beginning at a live oak on the sound side, Demcy WALKERs line then Easterly to the sea side thence the sea side Northerly until the numbers of twenty acres be made up, thence westerly to the sound side, then along the sound side to the first station containing twenty acres. /s/ Ezekiah [x] GALLOP. Witnesses: Josiah PERRY, Masick SAWYER. Aug Term 1812 - proved in open court by Josiah PERRY. Registered Nov 27th 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 47] Samuel WILKINS of Currituck Co., sold to Willis GALLOP, for $150.00, a certain piece or parcel of land situated in the North Banks near the head of Jaingete Creek . . . containing one hundred acres more of less. . . . I have set my hand and seal this the fifth day of March 1811. /s/ Samuel WILKENS. Witness: J. PATRIDGE, Godfrey TRIPP, Josiah PERRY, Simeon SAWYER. Aug Term 1812 - proven in open court by Josiah PERRY. Registered Nov 27th 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 49] Samuel WILKINS of Currituck Co., sold to Willis GALLOP, for $33.00. . . a certain parcel of land on the North Banks. beginning at a pine of the Sound Side a corner, thence running Eastwardly Samuel WILKINS line to Jeangite Swamp, thence running southwardly up the swamp so far as will make thirty three acres, thence west to the sound, thence along the sound to the first station, the same to contain 33 acres this 26th July 1809. /s/ Samuel WILKINS. Witnesses: Jonas [x] GALLOP, Josiah PERRY, Simeon SAWYER. Aug Term 1812 - proven in open court by oath of Josiah PERRY. Registered Nov. 27th 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 52-53] July 20, 1812 - Thomas WHITEHALL and Caleb CHAPLIN both of Currituck Co. For and in consideration of Caleb CHAPLIN and Polly CHAPLIN his wife, conveying all their Rights and title to the land laid off by the commissioners that divided the Real Estate of Alexander WHITEHALL due unto Robert WHITEHALL containing 571/3 acres of land unto the said Thomas WHITEHALL . . bargained and sold to Caleb CHAPLIN and his heirs all of the land laid off by the commissioners that divided the Real Estate of Robert WHITEHALL, decd., unto Polly WHITEHALL who hath since intermarried with Caleb CHAPLIN containing 571/3 acres of land . /s/ Thomas WHITEHALL. Witness: Thomas POYNER. Proved August Term 1812. Registered Nov 28th 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 53-54] July 28, 1806 - Thomas WHITE, JUN'R and his wife Sally, sold to Thomas WHITEHALL, all of Currituck Co., for and in consideration of the said Thomas WHITEHALL conveying all his right to a piece of land containing 571/3 acres to William HUNNINGS, which land is a part laid off by the commissioners that divided the real estate of Alexander WHITEHALL, dec'd., unto Robert WHITEHALL, dec'd. /s/ Thomas WHITE, JUN'R., Sally [x] WHITE; Witnesses: Thomas WHITE, Hezekiah WOODHOUSE. Proved Aug. Term 1812. Registered Nov. 28, 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 55] Benjamin TAYLOR to Daniel LINDSEY. 13 Aug 1808. Both of Currituck. Six hundred dollars. Land in Currituck bounded by LINDSAY, Solomon CHAPLIN. Fifty acres. A second piece, twenty acres, bounded by Jesse BARNARD. /s/ Benjamin TAYLOR. Witness, Thomas POYNER, Thomas HEATH. August Term 1812. Registered 28 Nov 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 56] Zachariah TAYLOR to Samuel SALYER, SEN. 23 Sep 1812. Both of Currituck. Elizabeth TAYLOR, wife of Zachariah included. Twenty five dollars. Land in Currituck by the Bay Road given to me by my father Jonathan TAYLOR in his last will and testament. Number of acres apparently not mentioned. /s/ Zachariah (x-his mark) TAYLOR and Elizabeth (x her mark) TAYLOR. Witness, Samuel SALYER, JUN. August Term 1812. Registered 28 Nov 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 61] Harman BELL of Camden County to Samuel WHITEHURST SEN. of Currituck. 15 Feb 1812. Fifty six pounds, five shillings. Land in Currituck , it being half of fifty acres I had of Josiah BELL which fifty acres is to be laid off adjoining of William BELL ,deceased. By Willoughby DOZIER's line. William BELLs corner. Fifty acres. /s/ Harman BELL. Witness, M. SIMMONS. August Term 1812. Registered 30 Nov 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 63-64] Feb. 13, 1812 - Abraham BAUM, JR. sold to Stephen GAYLORD, both of Currituck Co., for $100, 50 acres of land on Roanoke Island....land divided amongst the heirs of Morris BAUM, SENR, dec'd. /s/ Abraham BAUM. Witnesses: Simeon SAWYER, Solomon ASHBEE. Registered Dec. 7, 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 69-70] March 16, 1812 - Henery MACLANEN and his wife Mary MACLANEN of Currituck County, sold to William ETHERIDGE JUNR., son of Josiah ETHERIDGE, for 50 silver dollars, a parcel of land which fell to us by the death of William WHEATLY as a writ of dower in the plantation where the sd. WHEATLY, decd., formerly lived adjoining of the land of Davis FANSHER and the land of Richard SAWYER, decd., supposed to be 50 acres of land. /s/ Henry MACLANNEN, Mary [x] MACLANNEN. Witnesses: Dennis DOZIER, SENR., W. SIMMONS. Aug. Term 1812 - Private examination of Mary taken by Thomas TILLETT, Esquire. Registered: Sept. 3, 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 70-71] June 12, 1812 - James WHITE, JUNR. and his wife Betsey of Currituck Co., NC to George CHAPPEL of Virginia and the county of Princess Anne, for $550 paid by George CHAPPEL for land on Knotts Island bounded by Vinson WHITE, Hillery BELL and his wife, Malachi JONES, Samuel and William BEASLEY, containing thirteen and a half acres which belonged to Samuel JASPER, decd., and was divided among his heirs....set off to his daughter Betsey JASPER. /s/ James WHITE, Betsey WHITE. Witnesses: John WHITE, Margaret JONES. Acknowledged Aug. Term 1812; Registered: Sept. 3, 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 75] John C. ROACH to Jeremiah PLUMMER. 19 Dec 1811. Land in Currituck. /s/ John C. ROACH. August Term 1812. Witnesses, Willoughby (x-his mark) DAUGE, Hpos(?) (x-his mark) MURDEN. Registered 5 Sep 1812 (?)
[Deed Book 12; pg. 78] Jacob PERKINS Sheriff to James DOXIE. 22 Feb 1812. Both of Currituck. Land sold at County Court the last Monday of November 1811. Goods, chattels and land of William HALSTEAD. /s/ Jacob PERKINS. Witness, Thomas BAXTER. August Term 1812. Registered 5 Sep 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 81] Isaac ROBERTS to Tyson & McCoan. Mortgage Deed. Cornelius TYSON and Alberon MCCOAN of the City and state of New York. ROBERTS of Currituck. In consideration of a contract and debt by me made to said firm of TYSON and MCCOAN dated 2 Dec 1811. Payable in four months from the date for six hundred and thirty-seven dollars and forty-five center. Land in Currituck bounded by James ETHERIDGE, John BALLANCE, John POCALLE(?) John BRABBLE /s/ Isaac ROBERTS. Witnesses, Thomas BAXTER and G. BAXTER. November Term 1812. Registered 17 Dec 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 83] Isaiah PARR to Isaac ROBERTS. Both of Currituck. 2 Aug 1811. One hundred pounds. Land in Currituck bounded by Robert POYNER, George POYNER, John DOXEY, John TATUM. One hundred acres. /s/ Isaiah PARR. Witnesses, George POYNER, Dory DAUGE. February Term 1812. Registered 2 Jun 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 84] Isaac ROBERTS to Isaiah PARR. 12 May 1812. Both of Currituck. One hundred pounds. Land in Currituck bounded by Robert POYNER, George POYNER, John TATUM, John DOXEY. /s/ Isaac ROBERTS. Witnesses, Marget BRABBELL and Dory DAUGE. February Term 1813. Registered June (?) 2, 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 95] Richard DECKER to James FENTRESS. 26 Oct 1812. Both of Currituck. Two hundred and twenty dollars. Land in Currituck. "Laying in said County at a place called "Cowells Bridge" bounded by Wm. PERKINS, Elias DOZIER. One hundred and fifty acres. /s/ Richard DECKER Witnesses: M. SIMMONS and James COWELL. November Term 1812. Registered 17 Dec 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 96] June 5, 1811. William LURRY of Currituck Co., NC, for and in consideration of the Natural Love and affection which I have and do bare towards my Son and Law Demsey FORBES...a certain tract of land or parcel of Swamp land lying in Currituck Co. beginning at the Shingle Road against my house and running the course of the ? patent threw the swamp to the back line then down this course to the Indian Corner then to the high ground . . . an estimation of 100 acres of swamp. /s/ William LURRY. Witness: Sussannah BURGESS. Registered: Dec. 12, 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 103-104] Aug. 27, 1812. Lydia BERRYof Camden Co., NC sold to John CHITTEM of the same place, for the sum of $50, her dower claim in the lands belonging to her former husband James CHITTEM deceased, lying in the county of Currituck adjoining the lands of James COWELL. /s/ Lydia [x] BERRY. Witness: John MORGAN.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 105] Joseph W. WILLIAMS to James WHITEHURST 20 Nov 1812. Both of Currituck. Twelve hundred dollars. Land on the east side of Knots Island bordering on Malachi DUDLEY, Abram WATERFIELD, Malachi DUDLEY, JUN. One hundred twenty acres. One certain Island known by the name of Moam Island on the west of Moam Channel containing fifty acres- one hundred seventy acres in all. /s/ Joseph W. WILLIAMS. Witnesses, John WHITE, Major WHITEHURST November Term 1812. Registered 22 Dec 1812.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 118-119] Jan. 1, 1813. Solomon CHAPLIN and his wife Barbary sold to Daniel LINDSAY, all of Currituck County, for $595.00, land in Currituck bounded by land which LINDSAY purchased of Thomas HEATH; to the Laurel Swamp then to said LINDSAY's Northwest corner of the land purchased of Benjamin TAYLOR, containing 62 1/2 acres and 13 1/2 acres off swamp, it being that part of said swamp set off to said CHAPLINs wife Barbary out of hir father's land by the commissioners for dividing said land and also 30 acres of the ___ of the bay marsh joining the said LINDSEY from the pocoson to the narrows being also laid off to said Barbary out of hir father's marsh /s/ Solomon CHAPLIN and Barbary [x] CHAPLIN. Witnesses, Edward HARDY and Thos. SANDERSON. February Term 1813. Registered: 3 April 1813
[Deed Book 12; pg. 129] Sarah TAYLOR to Francis KEMP. 25 Jan 1813. Both of Currituck. One hundred dollars. Land in Currituck bordered by James DUGLAS, Maxey FISHER. Twenty acres. /s/ Sarah (x-her mark) TAYLOR. Witnesses, Dorey DAUGE and Levan DUNTON. February Term 1813. Registered, 8 Apr 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 137] Patent #541 - State of NC Grant to Matthias & Caleb TOWLER, SEN. - for the sum of fifty shillings for every 100 acres hereby granted paid unto our Treasury by Matthias TOWLER, SENR. & Caleb TOWLER, SENR. a tract of land containing 265 acres in the county of Currituck lying on the North Banks near Kitty Hawk Bay beginning at a Holly on the west side of Kitty Hawk ridge running north twenty west along said ridge to Willis GALLOPs line, to Peter WYNNs line, to Bull Ridge Marsh, to Thomas TILLETTs line. Entered the 20th September 1811. In testimony whereof we have caused these our Letters to be made patent and our great Seal to be thereunto affixed. Witnessed William HAWKINS our governor Captain General and Commander in Chief at Raleigh the 28th day of November in the thirty seventh year of our Independence and the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twelve By Command Wm. HILL Secretary. /s/ William HAWKINS Registered: May 13, 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 138] Patent #508 from the State of NC to Willis GALLOP for 85 acres, paying 50 shillings for every 100 acres, tract of land lying in Currituck Co. on the North Banks near Jean Geti Creek beginning at a corner of Josiah PERRY's running northwest along Stephen ROGERS line, to the beach, to the sea side. Entered Jan. 3, 1809. Patent Registered May 10, 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 149] Jacob PERKINS, Sheriff to Joseph ROLPH. 12 Feb 1812. The heirs of James CHITTIM and James COWEL are mentioned. /s/ Jacob PERKINS, Sheriff. Witness, S. FEREBEE. May Term 1813. Registered 12 Jul 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 164] Sarah PATTEN to Josiah TAYLOR. 7 Jan 1813. Both of Currituck, for Six silver dollars. A 1/3 part of a plantation that formerly belonged to John PATTEN, deceased, ....."my third part of five acres, more or less, with all the buildings". /s/ Sally PATTEN (hir x mark). Witnesses, Dory DAUGE, William (his x mark) WALKER. May Term, 1813. Registered 13 Jul 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 165] Josiah TAYLOR to Griffith POYNER. 12 Mar 1813. Both of Currituck. Six silver dollars. Land that formerly belonged to John PATTON, deceased, belonged to the widow. Contains five acres. /s/ Josiah (x-his mark) TAYLOR. Witnesses, Dory DAUGE, Lovey (?)POYNER. May Term 1813. Registered 17 Feb 1813(sic).
[Deed Book 12; pg. 166] Oct. 21, 1812 - Malachi BEASLEY & his wife Mary Ann and Michael WATERFIELD & his wife Lydia, all of Knotts Island in Currituck County, sold to Southward WATERFIELD, for $200, a certain tract of land formerly the property of Luke WHITE, dec'd., lying in Currituck County and bounded by WILLIAMS and Abraham WATERFIELD. /s/ Malachi BEASLEY, Mary Ann [x] BEASLEY, Michael [x] WATERFIELD, Lydia [x] WATERFIELD. Witness: Dennis SIMMONS. Proved: May Term 1813; Registered: July 13, 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 168] Dec. 17, 1812 - George CHAPPEL of Princess Anne Co., Va., sold to Joshua LAMMOUNT of the same county & state, for $480.00, a parcel of land on Knotts Island in Currituck Co., NC it being the whole of the land Betsy WHITE wife of James WHITE and the daughter of Samuel JASPER heired from the death of the said Samuel JASPER, decd. bound by a creek in the boggy marsh adjoining the land of Vinson WHITE holds binding the land of said WHITE to a corner in BEASLEY's line then southwardly to a corner in the line of Malachi JONES land thence . . . marsh thence to the first station. /s/ George [x] CHAPPEL. Witnesses: Richard BONNEY, Dennis SIMMONS. Registered: July 18, 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 170] James TAYLOR to Samuel SALYER, SR. 33 acres. 5 Mar 1813. James TAYLOR of the County of Clark in the state of Kaintucky[sic] Samuel SALYER, SEN. of Currituck. Three hundred dollars. Bordered by Samuel SALYER's line. Land willed to me in my Father Thomas TAYLOR's last will and testament. /s/ James TAYLOR. Witnesses, S. SALYEAR, JUN. and John HOOLOWAY. May Term 1813. Registered 18 Jul 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pgs. 172-174] July 28, 1806. Thomas WHITE, JUNR. and his wiife Salley WHITE, and Thomas WHITEHALL, all of Currituck Co., sold to William HUNNINGS, a piece of land being all that piece of land said Salley WHITE wife of Thomas WHITE, JUNR. in the division of the real estate of Robert WHITEHALL, dec'd. and bound . . main road, binding on the lands of said HUNNINGS . . thence along sound side to WHITEHALL's land . . . to main road . . containing 57 acres. /s/ Thomas WHITE, Salley [x] WHITE. Witnesses: Thomas WHITE, Hezekiah WOODHOUSE. Proved: Nov. Term 1806. Registered in Book 13; pg. 231 on Dec. 26, 1806. Sallley WHITEHALL examined on Apr. 12, 1813. Registered: July 18, 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pgs. 179] Feb. 23, 1810 - Thomas POPPERWILL sold to Burket GUARD, for $50.00, land on the North Banks at lemores Bay to Hannah DAVIS' line , Azariah BAUM's line, to the sea side to said GUARDs line, to the sound side, containing 50 acres more or less. /s/ Thomas [x] POPPERWILL. Witnesses: Abigail [x] SIBOURN, Carboilly? [his x mark] HARRIS. Registered: July 19, 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pgs. 187-188] May 31, 1813 - Deed of gift from Richard ALLEN to Nancy PARKER, both of Currituck Co., for natural love and affection which I do bare my beloved daughter Nancy PARKER and also of five Shillings Sterling money to me in hand paid by the said Nancy PARKER . . . have given granted bargained sold . . . unto the said Nancy PARKER during hir natural life and after hir death to his Daughter Morning PARKER hir heirs and assigns after my Decease and my wife Nancy ALLEN the one half of the tract . . being the North side of the plantation whereon I now live to be equally divided between hir and hir sister Barbara McHORNEY containing 40 acres more or less. /s/ Richard [x] ALLEN. Witnesses: Samuel SALYER, JUNR., William GRIGGS. Registered: July 22, 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pgs. 188-189] May 31, 1813 - Deed of gift from Richard ALLEN to Barbara McHORNEY, both of Currituck Co., for natural love and affection which I do bare my beloved daughter Barbara McHORNEY and also of five Shillings Sterling money to me in hand paid by the said Barbara McHORNEY the receipt where of is hereby acknowledged, have given granted bargained sold unto the said Barbara McHORNEY During her natural life and after hir death to his Daughter Nancy . . after my decease and my wife Nancy ALLEN the one half of the tract being the South side of the plantation where I now live to be equally divided between hir and hir sister Nancy PARKER, containing 40 acres. /s/ Richard [x] ALLEN. Witnesses: Samuel SALYER, JUNR., William GRIGGS. Registered: July 22, 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 192] Feb. 16, 1813 - The heirs-at-law of William MILLER, sold to John CLARK, all of Currituck County, for the sum of 35 silver dollars paid to them by John CLARK for a parcel of land in Currituck Co. on Hatteras Banks bounded by George CLARK patten at John CLARK's corner to Isaac BROOKS . . 50 acres. /s/ Fields O'NEAL, Elizabeth (hir x mark) O'NEAL, Enoch MILLER, Phillip MILLER, Charity (hir x mark) MEEKINS, Isaac (his x mark) MEEKINS, Joseph FARROW guardian for Fanny MILLER. Witnesses: William [x] WILLIAMS, Pharoah FARROW. Registered: July 23, 1813.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 206] Land Patent #539 to Thomas TILLETT, for 50 shillings per 100 acres, 120 acres on the North Banks near Nags Head beginning at Daniel WILLIAMS line . . . John & Thomas WILLIAMS line . . . to Laban & Spence ROGERS line to the first station. Entered Jan. 6, 1807. Witness: Benj. SMITH, Esquire. July 4, 1811by Command Benja. SMITH. Above Pattent is Registered July 17, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 207] [no date] - Solomon ASHBEE, executor of Mary ASHBEE widow of Abel ASHBEE decd. for . . ninety dollars and thirty seven and a half cents paid by John WESKITT . . . a negro girl by the name of Rosetta . . the right whereof I the aforesaid Solomon ASHBEE, Exect. of Mary ASHBEE, dec'd.,. widow of Abel ASHBEE, dec'd. . . acknowledge myself satisfied and paid. /s/ Solomon ASHBEE. Witnesses: Sabra [x] HILL, Abraham BAUM, JUNR. Proved: Aug. Term 1813; Registered: July 17, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pgs. 207-209] Jan. 1, 1812 - Daniel BAUM & his wife [Mary] sold to Enoch FORBES, for $150, a parcel of land on Roanoke Island beginning at Enoch FORBES line . . Nancy ASHBEE's line . . William ASHBEE . . to Reuben ETHERIDGE's land . . to John DANIELS land . . to contain 75 acres. /s/ Daniel BAUM. Witnesses: Benj. DOUGH, Simeon SAWYER. Registered: July 17, 1814.
Whereas Enoch FORBES hath produced a deed of Conveyance made to him by Daniel
BAUM and Mary his wife . . on Roanoke Island . . it being represented unto us
that Mary BAUM cannot conveniently come to court to be privately examined, as
to her free consent . . . relinquish her dower rights . . .
In obedience to an order of court to me directed, dated 3d day of August 1812,
I caused to appear before me Mary BAUM, wife of Daniel BAUM at the dwelling
house of Cloe WESKETT, on the 16th February 1813, and privately and apart from
her husband, examined her and relinquished her right of dower unto Enoch
FORBES, Esq. according to the deed . . under my hand on Roanoak Island in the
county of Currituck, this 16th February 1813. /s/ Benj. DOUGH.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 210] Hannah THOMPSON to David JONES. 1 Sep 1813. Both of Currituck. Fifty dollars. Land in Currituck joining Thomas MERCER's orphans on the south and David JONES on the north, and washed by the Sound on the east, it being the land where James HARVEY now lives given in a will by my uncle Even THOMAS (sic) to my brother Evan THOMPSON after the death of his widow Mary THOMPSON. /s/ Hannah THOMPSON. Witnesses, Mary THOMPSON and Mary THOMPSON. August Term 1813. Registered 17 Jul 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pgs. 211-212] Aug. 19, 1813 - Jacob SAWYER, SENR. sold to Jesse SAWYER, both of Currituck Co., for $1000, land in Powells Point beginning at a marked pine by the Swamp side then . . . line of William MELSON . . John EVINS line . . swamp . . containing 100 acres. /s/ Jacob SAWYER. Witnesses: Jacob SAWYER JUNR, Tho, MERCER. Proved: Aug. Term 1812. Registered: July 17, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 223-224] Norfolk, Feb 9, 1811 Dennis WHITEHURST and wife, received the sum of $258.45 for all the Estate Real and Personal my wife and myself hath in and to the estate of the late Catherine MARCHANT who was grandmother to my wife Late of Gibbs Woods Currituck County No. Carolina also in full for a piece of land known by the name of Angels given by Willoughby MARCHANT to Abiah MARCHANT his niece who was mother to my wife all of which properly was put into the hands of said Dennis WHITEHURST by my wife myself and others by a Letter of Attorney in this year 1811 /s/ Nicholas Albert BERTEAN?. Witness, James DOWDY. February Court Norfolk County. 13 Feb 1812.
State of N. Carolina Currituck for August Term 1813 - This copy of a receipt Nicholas Albert BERTEAN to Dennis WHITEHURST being Exhibited before the Court of Currituck County properly authorized from Wm. WILSON Clk of Norfolk Court was ordered Registered. Attest: Thomas BAXTER CCC. According to order is Registered Oct 21,1813.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 224-225] Know all men by these presents that whereas we Nicholas BERTAM and Abiah his wife formerly Abiah ARMISTEAD, Catherine ARMISTEAD and Martha Burwell ARMISTEAD are seized in . . . to each of them of one equal portion of their fourths of a tract of land in state of North Carolina lately in the possession or occupation of Abiah MARCHANT their mother and which descended from hir to them. Now know ye that we Nicholas BERTEAN and Abiah his wife Catherine ARMISTEAD and Martha Burwell ARMISTEAD have made constituted and appointed and by these presents constituted and appointed Dennis WHITEHURST of the county of Princess Anne state of Virginia our true and lawful attorney . . . to sell either by publick auction or private contract . . three fourths of the aforesaid tract of land with the slaves and all other personal property appertaining to it as we are entitled for the best price . . also to collect for us the heirs of Negro man Andrew to procure a Settlement of the estate of Catherine MARCHANT and generally to do . . . as necessary to for the sale of the land . . . In witness whereof we Nicholas BERTEAN and Abiah his wife Catherine ARMISTEAD and Martha Burwell ARMISTEAD have set their hands and affixed our seal this sixth day of August 1810. /s/ Nicholas BERTEAN, Abiah M BERTEAN, Catherine ARMISTEAD, Martha Burwell ARMISTEAD.
State of Virginia City of Williamsburg - To all to whom these presents shall come I William COLEMAN, Mayor of the City of WilliamsBurg and state of Virginia, do hereby certify that on seventh day of August 1810 personally appeared before me the said major Nicholas BERTEAN alias Albert, Abiah M. BEARTEAN, Catherine ARMISTEAD and Martha Burwell ARMISTEAD...Whereas I the Said Mayor set my hand an seal. /s/ Wm. COLEMAN, Mayor State of N. Caroline Currituck
Aug Term 1813 - This power of attorney from Nicholas BERTEAN alias Albert, and Abiah his wife, Catherine ARMISTEAD and Martha Burwell ARMISTEAD to Dennis WHITEHURST were Severely acknowledged before William COLEMAN Esquire, Mayor of the City of Williamsburg as per his report. Attest: Thomas BAXTER CCC. Registered Oct 21st 1813. Attest Dennis DOZIER, P.R.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 241] Oct. 31, 1809 - Charles LINDSEY of Currituck County, for the sum of $400, sold to Jonathan LINDSEY of Currituck County, a tract of land lying in Currituck Co. and situated on Powell's Point, it being a piece of land that Benjamin LINDSEY, decd. divided to his son Thomas LINDSEY and that time was part of the tract of land that Jonathan LINDSEY now lives on; and the said Charles LINDSEY being the only heir of Thomas LINDSEY, is now possessed of the same; containing by estimation 50 acres more or less, of woodland, only a small spot whereon Lury SAUNDERSON now lives, it being all the land that said Charles LINDSEY owned of that tract of land, the tract being bounded by the lands of said Jonathan LINDSEY on one side, and by Samuel JARVIS on the other side, and that did belong to Lamuel SIMMONS, decd. on the other side. /s/ Charles LINDSEY. Witnesses: Levi W. HALL, Edmd. LINDSEY. Registered: July 30, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 242] Nov. 17, 1813 - Lovey BALLENTINE gave to her son, Jos. J. BALLENTINE, both of Currituck Co., for and in consideration of the natural love and affection, which she hath to him, give & grant my watermill, also the lot of land adjacent to each end of the mill, laying in the county aforesaid and distract of Moyock, known by the name of Moyock Mill . . after my decease. /s/ Lovey BALLENTINE Registered: July 30, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 248] Dec. 1, 1813 - Penelope POYNER to Moses CAPTS [Capps] et al. "State of North Carolina, Currituck County. Know all men by these presents that I , Penelope POYNER for value received to my satisfaction have bargained, sold conveyed, and confirmed unto Moses CAPTS, Thomas MILLER, Josiah and Courtney NICHOLSON, their heirs and assigns forever, all my right, title, interest in and to all the premises herein after named, beginning at a mulberry stump near the water side; thence running a northwardly course to a pine tree, which is a line between the land of Josiah NICHOLSON and this land; thence a straight course to the head of said land; thence to continue with the head line of said land to the end of Coin Jock Creek, thence with the said creek to the bay side; thence with the bay side to the first station; To have and to hold the above bargained premises to the said Moses CAPTS, Thomas MILLER, Josiah NICHOLSON and Courtney NICHOLSON, their heirs and assigned forever. In witness whereof have hereunto put my name and seal the first day of December one thousand eight hundred and thirteen. /s/ Penelope [x] POYNER. Witnesses: Courtney NICHOLSON, interlined twice. L. MARTIN, H. TATUM. Acknowledged before Jos. FEREBEE at November Term 1813. Registered. July 30, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 248-249] Dec. 15, 1810. - Caleb SEARS sold to James COWELL, both of Currituck Co., for $600, a piece of land in Currituck Co. bounded by Joshua HALSTEAD and containing 132 acres. /s/ Caleb SEARS. Witnesses: Lovey TURTON, Charles SEARS. Proved: November Term 1813. Registered: July 30, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 252] Bartholomew THOMPSON to Caleb MILLER. 1 Jul 1813. Both of Currituck. Three hundred and fifty dollars. Land bounded by Armistead SOLES; Four and a half acres. /s/ Bartholomew THOMPSON. Witnesses, Dorey DOUGE and Latan (?) SMITH. November Term 1813. Registered 30 Jul 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 257-258] Dec. 20 1810 - Cyprian SHEPHERD and Margaret his wife sold to Grandy BARNARD, all of Currituck Co., for $275, ....all our rights and dower of, in and to the land and tenements belonging to Grandy BARNARD, given to him by his father Robert BARNARD, dec'd., which is the land and part of the plantation where the said Cyprian SHEPHERD now lives containing 50 acres of land. /s/ C. SHEPHERD, Margaret SHEPHERD; Witnesses: Peter BARNARD, Cart. BELL. Acknowledged Sept. 22, 1813. Registered: July 31, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 258-259] Sept 22, 1813 - Cyprian SHEPHERD and Margaret his wife former wife of Robert BARNARD, dec'd., of one part and Willoughby BARNARD, orphan of Robert BARNARD, dec'd., of the other part Witnesseth the said Margaret BARNARD, now Margaret SHEPHERD; having right of dower to and in certain land lying in the county of Currituck, as the widow of Robert BARNARD, dec'd. which lands are bounded by the lands of Samuel FEREBEE, it being the one third part of Willoughby D. BARNARD's that his father left him; land the said Cyprian SHEPHERD and Margaret his wife, former widow of Robert BARNARD, dec'd., hath granted bargained . . unto the said Willoughby D. BARNARD, orphan of Robert BARNARD, dec'd., all and whole the right of dower and full third part of said Willoughby D. BARNARD's land for the sum of $25.00. /s/ C. SHEPHERD, Margaret SHEPHERD; Witnesses: William M. PROLY?, Jon. McDONALD. Acknowledged Sept. 22, 1813. Registered: July 31, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 258-259] Sept 23, 1813 - Cyprian SHEPHERD and Margaret his wife former wife of Robert BARNARD, decd., of one part and Jessee BARNARD, orphan of Peter BARNARD, dec'd. by Brickhouse BELL, his guardian, of the other part. Witnesseth the said Margaret BARNARD now Margaret SHEPHERD, having right of dower to certain lands lying in the County of Currituck as the widow of Robert BARNARD, dec'd., which lands are bounded by the lands of Grandy BARNARD , Samuel FEREBEE, Jerimah BRIGHT and said Jessee BARNARD, it being the one third part of Edmund BARNARD's land, the said Cyprian SHEPHERD granted bargained and sold unto the said Jessee BARNARD, orphan of Peter BARNARD, dec'd., by Brickhouse BELL his guardian, all and whole the right of dower and full third part of said Edmund BARNARD's land, for the sum of $75.00. /s/ C. SHEPHERD, Margaret SHEPHERD; Witnesses: Asa SANDERSON, W.B. SHEPHERD. Acknowledged Sept. 22, 1813. Registered: July 31, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 291-292] Jan. 13, 1814 - Nathaniel HUTCHINS of Currituck Co. sold to Philip DOUGE [later listed as DOZIER] of Currituck Co., for $210, land lying in aforesaid county bounded by Thomas HUTCHINS SR., dec'd., patent line, James HUTCHINS heirs, containing 70 acres, it being part of Thomas HUTCHINS SR., dec'd., patent. /s/ National [x] HUTCHINS. Witnesses: Thos. SAUNDERSON, JR., Henry N. LAMB. Registered: Aug. 11, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 295] Jan 17, 1814 - Benjamin RUSSELL, of the County of Camden State of North Carolina, sold to Samuel POYNER and Lemuel POYNER, both of Currituck County, for $100.00, a tract of land beginning at or near the mouth of Jesse BARNARDs ditch on the West swamp and joining the land of John HEATH then eastward course with said ditch and HEATHs line to the main road thence with said ditch and Jesse BARNARDs line to the old corner thence Northwest by line of marked trees adjoining of said BARNARDs patten then to John HEATH corner or as far as will contain Two Thirds of the land of LEMUEL POYNER dec’d. which was divided between said HEATH and said POYNER then South corner as will contain the aforesaid Two Thirds to the West swamp and from there to first station containing 100 acres. Also 50 acres of swamp and marsh lying in the Clay Pond the part that was set of by the Commissioners that divided the lands of the dec’d Lemuel POYNER to Samuel POYNER. /s/ Samuel POYNER, Lemuel POYNER. Witness: Daniel Lindsey, J. Sanderson. Registered May 7, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 302] Benjamin TAYLOR to Jesse BARNARD. 5 Feb 1814. Both of Currituck. Twenty-two dollars. Land in Currituck part of land purchased by said Benjamin TAYLOR of Daniel LINDSAY, Esquire. Bounded by Jesse BARNARD (he purchased of Gideon GIBSON). Three acres. /s/ Benjn. TAYLOR. Witness, Thomas TAYLOR. February Term 1814. Registered 28 Oct 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 303-304] April 8, 1813 - Zachariah BRAY and Polley BRAY his wife, sold to Thomas GIBSON, all of Currituck County, for $75.00, a certain piece of land in Currituck adjoining the land whereon the sd. Thomas GIBSON now lives beginning at a corner tree of the land of Thomas WHITEHALL running various courses to contain 92/10 acres. /s/ Zachariah BRAY, Polley BRAY. Witnesses: Wm. HUNNINGS?, Thos. POYNER. Polley BRAY examined Jan. 22, 1814. Registered: Oct. 29, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 304] Nov. 20, 1813 - Mauris BAUM o f Currituck County and Roanok Island for and in consideration of the sum of $25.00 paid to me by Ambrous N. DOUGH, John H. DOUGH, Thomas A. DOUGH and Jesse E. DOUGH for a certain piece of land containing 50 acres laying on the Great Shoal. /s/ Mauris BAUM. Witness: Mary T. BAUM. Registered: Oct. 29, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 305] Dec. 10, 1813 - Thomas TILLETT sold to Peter GALLOP, both of Currituck Co., for $20, land on the North Banks a easterly course along John & Thomas WILLIAMS various courses to a corner pine of William BEST, JUN. and Thomas ETHERIDGE, containing 10 acres. /s/ Thos. TILLETT; Witness: Josiah [x] BEALS; Registered: Oct. 29, 1814
[Deed Book 12; pg. 305-306] Apr. 26, 1813 - Archibald ETHERIDGE sold to Arther ETHERIDGE, for $150.00, a parcel of land on Powels Point beginning at a corner between Elijah MARMADUKE and Daniel DOWDY in a swamp thence binding Daniel DOWDY a Southerly course to Laban THOMAS land binding on said Laban THOMAS southerly course to a line of marked trees a westerly course through a swamp the line that was between Thomas BROWN and Elijah MARMADUKE to a Chinquopin post in the marsh to James FORBES, dec'd.. land thence binding said James FORBES land through the marsh a northerly course to a corner at a Chinquopin post thence on Easterly course binding said James FORBES line to first station containing 15 Acres. Witnesses: Simeon SAWYER, Lam. SANDERSON. Registered: Oct. 29, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 306] Nov. 20, 1813 - Mauris BAUM of Roanok Island sold to Ambrous N. DOUGH, John H. DOUGH, Thomas A. DOUGH & Jesse E, DOUGH [sons of Thomas Dough & Mary Etheridge], for $25.00, a certain piece of land containing 50 Acres laying on the Great Shoal. (Note: No boundaries given). Witness: Mary T. BAUM. Registered: Oct. 29, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 306-307] June 29, 1812 - James MASON sold to Willis TILLOTT, for $200.00,.a certain tract of land containing 320 acres of land on the North Banks butted and bounded beginning at Tulley SHEARWOODs line and running Southerly to James WILLIAMS line from thence to the Sea and running along the sea shoare across to the sound so as to cover the quantity of 320 acres. Witnesses: Solomon ASHBEE, Abraham BAUM.. Registered: Oct. 29, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 307] Dec. 10, 1813 - Stephen BEASLEY sold to Josiah BEALES, for 30 pounds, a certain tract of land lying on the North Banks beginning at a live oak stump on the sound side running a Northerly and Easterly course along William ETHERIDGEs line to a corner pine from thence Southerly and Easterly along a line of marked trees binding of Jonas WILLIAMS land from thence a West Course to the first station containing 36 acres. Witnesses: Caleb TOLAR, Peter GALLOP. Registered: Oct. 29, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 312] May 25, 1813 - Salley TOLAR widow of Matthias TOLAR, JUNR., decd., of Currituck Co., sold to Thomas GREGORY, for 50 pounds, . . all my Right of Dower in the land and real Estate of my late Husband Matthias TOLAR, decd. which was laid off by an order of Court containing the houses and . . plantation whereon my said husband lived. /s/ Salley [x] TOLAR; Witnesses: William OWENS, Thomas WALKER. Registered: Aug. 6, 1814
[Deed Book 12; pg. 313] May 2, 1814 - Sarah TOLAR JUNR. of Currituck Co., sold to Thomas GREGORY, for $105.00, one cupboard and furniture one table two chairs and furniture and Sundry articles now in said Thomas GREGORY possession. /s/ SaRAH [x] TOLAR; Witnesses: Luke GREGORY, Polly [x] GREGORY. Registered: Aug. 6, 1814
[Deed Book 12; pg. 318] Feb. 7, 1814 - Anna DANIEL, the wife of Samuel DANIEL decd. of Currituck Co., for an in consideration of the Natural love and affection which I have for my beloved daughter Ester DANIEL of said county . . .three beds and furniture and two pots, and one dutch oven, and one safe. /s/ Anna [x] DANIEL. Witness: Willis GALLOP. Registered: Nov. 2, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 320] Isaac BAXTER, Sheriff to Willoughby WHITE, Deed. "We command you that of the goods and chattels, lands and tenements of James NICHOLSON and Isaac ROBERTS, if to be found in your baliwick, you cause to be made the sum of thirty nine pounds, seventeen shillings, and eight pence with interest from 24th Feb 1812 which lately in our County Court of Pleas and Quarter sessions held for Currituck County at the Courthouse in Currituck, Willoughby WHITE recovered of them for debt ??? besides the five than sum of five pounds thirteen shillings and six pence for costs and charges in said suit expended whereas the said James and Isaac is formerly Griffith NICHOLSON's (?), Charles V. HERBERT, land he bought of Josiah NICHOLSON; two acres. 27 May 1814 put to sale. /s/ J. BAXTER, Sheriff. 3 Jul 1814. Witness, T. BAXTER. May Term 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 321] Isaac BAXTER, Sheriff to Reuben TAYLOR. 2 Nov 1813. Both of Currituck. By a writ of "Fire Facias" of the Court of Quarter Pleases and Sessions for Currituck County. Land of Thomas SIMMONS, son of Sampson, if to be found in your baliwick, which Willoughby WHITE has claim. Ten acres in Cowinjock bounded by John FISHER. Reuben TAYLOR appeared and bid the sum of (blank) per acres and was the highest bidder. /s/ I.PERKINS, Sheriff. Witness, T. BAXTER. May Term 1814. Registered 3 Nov 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 323] Jacob PERKINS to Grifith POYNER. Formerly lands of John PATTON, deceased. /s/ I. PERKINS, Sheriff. Witness, T. BAXTER. May Term 1814. Registered 3 Nov 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 325] Alexander THOMPSON to David JONES 2 Mar 1814. Both of Currituck. Fifty five dollars. Land on Currituck Shoar [sic] adjoining the lands of Doctor David JONES on the north and Thomas MERCERs orphans on the sound, land held by Willoughby WHITE in right of his wife to the west, it being the land formerly belonging to Evan THOMPSON, SEN. and given in his will to his nephew Evan THOMPSON JUN. after the death of his widow Mary THOMPSON and which descended to the said Alexander THOMPSON on the death of his (?) Evan THOMPSON, JUN. /s/ Alexander (x-his mark) THOMPSON. Witnesses, Thos. D. MARTIN. A.M. GATLIN. May Term 1814. Registered 2 Mar 1814(sic).
[Deed Book 12; pg. 335] Nathan PARKER to Thomas MACKHORNEY. 7 Jan 1814. Both of Currituck. Fifteen dollars. Land bounded by Thomas JARVIS, Edward TAYLOR. /s/ Nathan (x-his mark) PARKER. Witnesses, Jesse TAYLOR, John MACKHORNEY, May Term 1814. Registered 7 Nov 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 338] Samuel SALYEAR, JUN. to Demsey and Robert WILLIAMS. 15 Dec 1797. All of Currituck. Land on the Banks bounded by Jacob ODOWDY. Fifty acres. /s/ Saml. SALYER, JUN. Witness: Jesse TAYLOR. May Term 1814. Registered 7 Nov 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 342-343] Feb. 15, 1814 - John PARTRIDGE & his wife Elizabeth & John DUNSTIN sell to Willis GALLOP 80 acres on the North Banks for $20. Land bounded by land of William DUNSTIN, decd. and JARVIS, decd. /s/ J. PARTRIDGE; Elizabeth [x] PARTRIDGE; John [x] DUNSTIN. Witnesses: Jacob SAWYER, JUNR., Caleb TOLAR. Registered: Nov. 10, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 353] John G. WRIGHT to Willoughby WHITE. 15 Aug 1814. John G. WRIGHT of Camden, Willoughby WHITE of Currituck. Five hundred dollars. Land in Camden. /s/ J.G. WRIGHT. Witness, M.M. BRIDE, and Jas. NICHOLSON. August Term 1814. 15 Nov 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 356-357] June 18, 1814 - William DAWLEY SR. of Princess Anne Co., VA. sells to George CHAPPEL of Currituck Co., NC a 43 acre tract of land on Knotts Island for $520. Land bounded by Andrew CAPPS, Henry BEASLEY, Stephen DUDLEY, John WILLIAMS, & M. CARROLLS. Also 12 1/2 acres on Deals Island. /s/ William DAWLEY. Witness: D. SIMMONS. Registered: Nov. 16, 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 360] Betsey GREGORY to Richard FAIREL. Negro boy six or seven years. Two hundred dollars. /s/ Betsey GREGORY. Witness. Jas. NICHOLSON. August Term 1814. 17 Nov 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 366] Aug. 23, 1814William BONNEY and wife to John LOVITT. Both of Currituck, for $227.00. Land bounded by Thomas BRAY, Samuel BEASLEY, WATERFIELD. Eighteen acres. /s/ William BONEY Frankey (x) BONNEY. Witnesses, Thos. B. JARVES and Major WHITEHURST. August Term 1814. Registered 19 Nov 1814.
[Deed Book 12; pg. 369] Oct. 25, 1820 - Polly DOUGH and Samuel DOUDY of Currituck Co. for $300 paid by Samuel DOUDY for 1/3 part of land formerly belonging to Lurany TOMAS in the county of Currituck on the north side of Albemarle Sound adjoining the land of Owen GREEN and John McCOY dec'd. /s/ Polly [x] DOUGH. Witnesses: Mathias DAVIS, Benjamin PARKER. Registered: Feb. 27, 1821.
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