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Currituck County, North Carolina
Deed Book 18 (1827-1830)

[Deed Book 18; pg. no pg. number given] 18 April 1827.  William PERKINS to William DAVIS for $120.00, 98 acres.  The only land description readable is "Buckskin Road".  Witnesses: E. D. FEREBEE, Jesse FEREBEE.

[Deed Book 18; pg. no pg. number given] 18 Dec 1824.  John TUCKER of Perquimans Co. to Gideon C. MARCHANT of Currituck Co. $1_5.00 for five acres lying in Indian Town bounded by Jos ROLFOTH (?), North River, Samíl WILLIAMS.  Witnesses: Sam W. FEREBEE, James LEIGH and Elizabeth LAYDEN.
 
[Deed Book 18; pg. no pg. number given] 25 Aug 1827.  John COX, SR. to Patrick NORTHERN.  Fifty acres of land bound by Stephen DAILY and William S. WILSON.  Witnesses:  Wilson M. BALENTINE, Phillip NORTHERN, JR.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 3] 14 Jan 1826.  Lemuel GREGORY and his wife Elizabeth (Betsy) to William M. GREGORY, for $200.00.  Twenty acres of land beginning at the Main Rd. and adjoining John HARRISON on the south, Polly BARNS on the north and by the Main Rd. on the east.  Witnesses: ___ HARRIS & John E. BARNARD. Registered: 25 Aug 1827

[Deed Book 18; pg. 4] 5 January 1827.  Thomas LINDSEY to Daniel LINDSEY, SR. for $125.00, 100 acres bounded by East Swamp, corner of Thos. MERCER, dec'd, Patent line of Edw. TAYLOR, dec'd, D. LINDSEY, Sam'l. BARNARD, dec'd. and  Jesse BARNARD.  Witnesses: J.B. LINDSEY and ________ LINDSEY.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 5] 24 October 1826.  John COX, SR. deed of gift to Lydia Elizabeth CASEY & Eliza Ann CASEY, daughters of Graham & Charlotte CASEY, one feather bed & furniture. Registered Aug. 25,1827. Spence HALL Clk  Reg. James HALL Clk. Thos. LAND PR. [Note: A May Term 1827 Court entry for this deed names "Lydia & Elizabeth Casey." It is apparent from the deed that she was only one person named Lydia Elizabeth].

[Deed Book 18; pg. 5] 29 May 1827.  Deed for 5 tracts of land from Thomas HOLSTEAD to Isaac BAXTER for $28. 791/2. 1st tract for 50 acres; 2nd tract for 50; 3rd tract for 100 acres; 4th tract for 175 acres; 5th tract for 150 acres.  Witnesses: Thos. S. LAND & Andrew CAPPS. Reg. 18 Sept 1827.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 6] 15 February 1826.  Tully B. HANSHAW, Richard DOZIER & Elias DOZIER to Denis DOZIER for $175.00, 54 acres in the District of Currituck Court House bounded by Jos. DOZIER, Wm. HOWARD, Thos. MULDEN, & Christopher CRAFTS.  Registration date unreadable.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 7] 4 Jan 1826.  Richard JARVIS of Camden County to Joseph BAUM, for (sum is blank), 50 acres of land and marshes bounded by Col. Thos. POYNER, dec'd., & Cassis? INTEL?.  Mentions has already sold to Thos. JARVIS, JR. and JARVIS' right and title to land on Piny Island and Poynor Island.  Witnesses: Benjamin BAUM & _____ JARVIS.  Reg.: Sept. 20, 1827
 
 [Deed Book 18; pg. 8] 18 Dec 1826.  William TAYLOR of Wilks County North Carolina to Samuel JARVIS of Currituck. One hundred and thirty dollars. Land in Currituck being on the Narrows Shore. Two shares, of William and his sister Elizabeth from the land on these narrows shore whereon Edward TAYLOR, deceased, formerly lived. Adjoins land of Thomas JARVIS. Seventy- six acres.  /s/ William TAYLOR. Witnessed, Thos. POYNER, SEN. May Term 1827. Registered October 5, 1827.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 9] 23 Feb 1827.  Levin DUNTON to Moses COX for $200.00, 37 acres of land bound by Caleb MILLER, Sam TAYLOR, MILLER's patent line, and the division line that was Robt. THOMPSON's heirs.  /s/ Levin DUNTON.  Witnesses: Enoch BALL & Nancy GRAY.  Reg.: Oct. 5, 1827

[Deed Book 18; pg. 10] 20 Sept 1822.  John LAMB of Camden Co, NC, agent for Richard HUTCHINS, SR., of Kentucky, to William HITCHINS, for $20.00, fifty acres joining the lands of Thos. HUTCHINS, SR. and the PERKINS patent.  /s/ John LAMB Witnesses: Phillip DOZIER & John CHITTUM Reg.: Oct. 5, 1827.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 10-11] 26 April 1827.  Gracy & Elizabeth STANDLEY of Camden Co., NC to Thomas BAXTER of Currituck Co., NC, for $200.00, 74 acres of land in Currituck County joining James G. HALL, John GRAY and Mary & Sally BAXTER.  /s/ Elizabeth [x] STANDLEY & Gracy [x] STANDLEY.  Witness: Jesse DOZIER.  Reg.: Oct. 10, 1827.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 12-13] 11 April 1827.  Martha WILSON of Norfolk Co., Va. to Ashviel WILSON of Norfolk Co., Va. for 298 acres of land in Currituck County adjoining Hollowell WILLIAMS, land left me by my brother Caleb T. WILSON, dec'd.  If Ashviel relinquishes his right and title to the land , it is to go to his brothers W.C. WILSON and Aldenston B. WILSON. Ashviel also received $500 from his mother. /s/ Martha WILSON & Ashiel WILSON Witnesses: John MORSE & Hollowell WILLIAMS Reg.: Oct. 10, 1827.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 13] 15 March 1823.  Sarah CUMMINGS of Princess Anne Co., Va. to Samuel B. LAND of Currituck Co., for $200.00, one hundred acres of land in Currituck County where Doxey JONES, dec'd. lived in Gibbs Woods, land which descended to Sarah CUMMINGS by the death of her cousin, Doxey JONES and his daughter (unnamed).  /s/ Sarah CUMMINGS.  Witnesses: H.B.  B____.  Reg.: Oct. 10, 1827.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 14-15] 26 Jan 1824.  Henry and William WHITEHURST to William C. ETHERIDGE. Two hundred fifty dollars. No County of residence mentioned for either. Two of the seven parts of all the lands which James WHITEHURST, our father, deceased, leased and possessed being in Currituck adjoining land of heirs of Wm LUREY; Samuel FEREBEE. No apparent acreage listed. /s/ Henry WHITEOUS(sic), William (x - his mark) WHITEHURST (sic). Witnesses, L. (S(?) ETHERIDGE, C. BELL, L. W. WHITEHURST. May Term 1827. Registered October 12, 1827.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 15-16] 28 May 1827.  James G. HALL, Clerk & Master in Equity, to John W. BUTT of Norfolk Co., Va., guardian of Eliza & Sally RUMMERS, for $250.00, land [no acreage given] bound by John COX and Robt. & George RUMMERS.  Half belonging to RUMMERS' heirs, half to Phinas SANDBORN, the heirs of Miles BUTT.  /s/ John W. BUTT Petitioned Fall Term of 1825. Legal Notice of Public Sale April 7, 1827.  Reg.: Oct. 12, 1827.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 17] 8 Jan 1827.  John HUMPHRIES, administrator with the will of Thomas MORSE, dec'd., Julia MORSE, and others, to David MORSE, thirty-nine acres adjoining John BUNNELL, Hollowell WILLIAMS and William WILLIAMS.  /s/ Julia MORSE & Elizabeth [x] MORSE Witnesses: David B MORSE & Charles [x] DUNLEY ( faded).  Court of Equity -Spring Term of 1825

[Deed Book 18; pg. 19-20] 24 Nov 1822.  Isaac BERRY and wife Zilsophia to Marina BRUMSLEY and others (( Julia, Betsey (Elizabeth), Augusta, John, Edney ( Edna), for $550.00, 34 acres of land on the Sound side of Currituck Courthouse joining Jeremiah LAND, Dan'l. DUNTON's heirs, and Willoughby WHITE's line.  Witness: Caleb ETHERIDGE Proven in open court in 1823. Thomas C. CASEY one of the justices of the the Pleas & Quarters Court- Term of Aug. 1827, (feme covert) examined Z. Berry. She acknowledged she had signed of her own free will. Surname is spelled the same throughout deed.  Reg.: Feb. Term 1823

[Deed Book 18; pg. 20-23] 17 April 1827.  Isaac BAXTER, sheriff, to Thos. HALSTEAD, for $28.791/2, 150 acres of land.  Half of the purchase from John POYNER to William BELL, Wm. living on the manor plantation.
#1 bounded by Swamp, Thos. BAXTER's heirs, Polly LEA's swamp, Enoch D. FEREBEE, Jeremiah LAND's swamp.
#2 tract bounded by, Wm. FEREBEE, Thos. SNOWDEN, Enoch D. FEREBEE.
#3 by Manner Plantation, Thos. SNOWDEN's & Mitchel SIMMONS' heirs, Nathan POINER, Hillery SIMMONS.

Witnesses: Thos. S. LAND, Andrew CAPPS
Reg.: May Term of 1827.  Note: Sold at Public Auction.  BELL was convicted for not paying Isaac BAXTER as per Court Order.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 23] 29 Aug 1827.  Deed of Sale from MANNING & BELL to Gideon C. MARCHANT for $250.00, for one Negro man named Abram aged about 45 years and one Negro girl named Adeline aged about 10 years who are in the possession of James H. HOLMES. /s/ MANNING & BELL, C.R. KINNEY, Benjamin TALBOT, O.R. KINNEY.  Reg.: Jan. 28,1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 23-24] Aug. Term 1827.  Deed of Gift from Samuel O'NEAL of Currituck County to his daughter Lovey BUNNILL, wife of Isaac (Israel?) BUNNILL, for one Negro man named Lewis and one Negro woman named Phoebe Witness: James NICHOLSON Reg.: Jan. 28, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 24] 22 June 1827.  Jesse DOZIER to Tulley DOZIER SEN., both of Currituck. Land formerly belonging to the heirs of Jacob PARKER, Willis WILKINS, Sam ETHERIDGE heirs, Saml. & Philip DOZIER (?). One hundred and sixty acres. Land in Currituck in the District of Indian Ridge bounded by John CHITTUM, Saml (?) FEREBEE SENR., William D. BARNARD(?), Wm GREGORY, land formerly Dennis DOZIER's heirs, John DUTTUM(?). /s/ Jesse E. DOZIER Witnesses: Cart(?) BELL, James COWELL. August Term 1827. Registered January 28,1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 25] 27 July 1827.  Samuel FEREBEE to Arthur GREGORY for $250.00, land [no acreage mentioned] bound by James BELL and William SNOWDEN, land formerly belonging to Huldah HUTCHINS Reg.: Jan. 28, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 25-26] 25 Jan 1827.  Jonathon McCOY to James FISK, JR. for $15.00, two and a half acres in the back woods of Moyock beginning and surrounding Moses B. POWER's land.  Witnesses: Edward [x' GARROTT, James FISK, SR. & Sam'l. FISK, JR.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 26] 6 Aug 1827.  Robert BELL to Isaac BAXTER for $100.00, 29 acres off land situated on the east ridge bounded by the road, BAXTER's, and James COWELLWitnesses: John D. HALSTEAD & _____ BAXTERReg.: Jan. 30, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 27] 21 Aug 1827.  Mary BRIGHT to William NORTHERN for $150.00, 13 acres of land whereon Mary is now living.  Witnesses: Josiah JOLLIFF & William WILSON.  Reg.: Jan. 30, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 27-28] 11 Aug 1827.  Polly BARNS to William M. GREGORY, for $90.00, twenty acres of land beginning at the branch of the Main road and joining the dividing line between the said Mary (Polly) BARNS & John LINDSEY, the swamp, the land of Betsy GREGORY, and the heirs of Lemuel GREGORY, dec'd.  Witnesses: Isaac BERRY & Fanny BARRON (?).  Reg.: Feb. 5, 1828

[Deed Book 18; pg. 28] 26 Feb 1827.  Spencer ONEAL to William FOSTER for $100.00, twenty one acres of land formerly belonging to William FISHER and bordering James DOUGLAS, Caleb WALKER, William FOSTER and Samuel ONEAL.  Witness: Moses COX

[Deed Book 18; pg. 29] 10 April 1827.  Hillary SIMMONS to Nathan POINER for $365.00, seventy-three acres which 381/2 acres is on East Ridge of BONNEL's Point and the remaining acreage is bordered by William BELL, Isaac BAXTER, Willary FENTRESS & Grandy BELL.  Witnesses: Samuel FEREBEE & Grandy [x] BELL.  Reg.: Feb. 5, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 30-31] 2 June 1827.  Johnston MARCHANT to Frederick MUNDY of New Jersey, for $1200.00, a tract of land in Moyock which is the third portion of land formerly belonging to Gideon MARCHANT, dec'd.; bordered by Thos. SEARS, Thos. BROOKS, Peter MORSE, dec'd., Edward WILSON, dec'd. and the Dam Bridge stream.  Witness: G.C. MARCHANT.  Reg.: Feb. 13, 1828.
 
[Deed Book 18; pg. 31-32] 8 May 1828.  Cartwright BELL to Tully BELL, for $1400.00, 150 acres of land by North River beginning where Abner ROBINSON formerly lived and bordered by John WILLIAMS, Tully GREGORY and where John SHER___ formerly lived.  Witnesses: J. W. HUGES & E. D. FEREBEE.  Reg.: Feb. 13, 1828.  Note:  This land was given to Cartwright BELL in the will of Brickhouse BELL.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 32] 3 March 1827.  Samuel POWERS to Riland McPHERSON, for $100.00, 341/2 acres in a place called the back woods of Moyock bordered by Peter CULPEPPER's heirs, WILLIAMS' cypress swamp road, Saml. POWERS and Arthur & Warren CULPEPPER.  Witnesses: James FISK, SR., Robert [x] POWERS, Deborah FISK.  Reg.: Feb. 18, 1828.  Note: Deed title & oath statement spelled RILAND. Body of deed text spells it three times as RILING.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 33] 27 Aug 1827.  William M. GREGORY to Joel GREEN, for $350.00, forty acres of land located at Powells Point and bordered by the main road, the dividing line between Wm. M. GREGORY and John LINDSEY, and the land formerly owned by Benjamin MORRIS, dec'd.  Witnesses: J. AYDELOTT & Fanny AYDELOTT.  Reg.: Feb. 14, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 34]1 Mar 1827.  Samuel POWERS, SR. to Sanford POWERS, for $100, twenty acres of land located at New Swamp in a place called back woods and bordered by Henry CULPEPPER, SR., dec'd., Dismal Swamp, and Johnthon's Branch.  Witnesses: Robert [x] POWERS & A. CULPEPPER.  Reg.: Feb. 14, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 34-36] 21 Nov 1822.  Mitchel SIMMONS and wife Faney to Joseph FOSTER, for $1300, a tract of land beginning at the beach at Samuel ONEAL's corner and bordered by William STEVENS' heirs, John FISHER, Rubin TAYLOR, Mitchel SIMMONS and Maxey FISHER's line.  Witnesses: John FORBES & E. L. STEVENS.  Reg.: Feb. 14, 1828.  Note:  Date of 1822 is clearly stated twice in the deed. Faney SIMMONS was infirmed and was not able to attend court, but was examined -issue date June 12, 1827. She states she signed the deed Nov. 12, 1822 of her own free will.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 36-37] [no date]  Julia SANDERSON to Permilia PICKET and the children of Jasper PICKET (Abigal, Lovey, Caroline, Mary and Jasper PICKET, JR.), for $50, slaves & property that formerly belonged to Hezekiah & Jasper WOODHOUSE, brothers of said Julia SANDERSON.  /s/ Sealia SANDERSON, Mary SANDERSON.  Witness:  J. AYDELOTTE.  Reg: Feb. 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 37-38] 28 Aug 1827.  John MATHIAS and wife Polly to Denis FLORA, for $60.50, six and a half acres joining Denis FLORA, James SNOWDEN, Branden BELL's heirs.  Witnesses: C____ BELL & Caleb BELL.  Reg.: Feb.10, 1828

[Deed Book 18; pg. 39] 7 June 1824 writs issued.  Isaac BAXTER, sheriff, to Jeremiah LAND and John W. HUGHES, for $243.32, land bordered by William W. READ and the Virginia line.  Suit against William MERCHANT.  Land property taken after he defaulted in paying fines against him. David JONES' estate mentioned. The estate was charged $70 June 1, 1823. Public Auction on MARCHANT declared Aug.13, 1824, took place Aug. 30, 1824. Wm. MARCHANT's land located in Gibbs Woods dist.  No witnesses.   Reg.: Feb. 16, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 40] 13 Oct 1827.  Bill of sale from William THOMSON to William BELL, for $130.00, for one Negro girl named Barbary, approx. 10 years of age.  Witnesses:  C. BELL, J.W. HUGHES.  Reg.: Feb. 19, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 40] Proved Nov. Term 1827.  Joseph RICHARDSON to Nathan ONEAL, for $50.00, fifty acres located in Kitty Hawk adjoining John TOTEN?.  Witness: Richard MIDGET Reg.: Feb. 18,1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 40] [no date].  Bill of sale from Arthur GREGORY to Willis SANDERLIN of Camden Co., NC, for $350.00, for Negro woman named Lucy, age 20 yrs., and her child, Penny, age 7 months.  Witness: Philip DOZIER.  Reg.: Feb. 19, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 41] 10 Oct 1827.  Bill of Sale from Julia BROOKS to William BRIGHT, FOR $200.00, one Negro man named Stephen.  Witnesses: Josiah JOLIFF, Abyah PARSONS.  Reg.: Feb. 19, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 41] 25 Nov 1826.  Caleb CAPPS, attorney for Levi BLACKWELL and his wife Mahala of Clark County, Kentucky, to David JONES, for $50.00, five acres of land which Mahala BLACKWELL inherited from her uncle, Caleb WHTIE, dec'd.  Witnesses: J.B. JONES, Charles W. HARVEY Reg.: Feb. 20, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 42] 8 Sep 1827.  John GRIEVES to Willis GALLOP, for $693.00, 462/10 acres of land at Powells Point bordering on Currituck Sound, James G. HALL, Sampson ETHERIDGE heirs, Albemarle Sound and Isaac LAND.  Witnesses: James BEAN, ____ GALLOP, D. LINDSEY.  Reg.: Feb. 20, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 43] Proved Nov Term 1827.  Deed of Gift from Samuel ONEAL, SR. to William GREGORY, for $5.00, one Negro woman named Bathsheba, about 20 years of age and her two daughters, Mariah age 4, and Patsy, age 6 months.  Mary GREGORY, wife of William GREGORY, daughter of Samuel ONEAL, SR.  Witnesses: Samuel ONEAL & Simmons ONEAL.  Reg.: Feb. 20, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 43] 6 Nov 1827.  C. R. KINNEY bill of sale to Joseph COWELL. One hundred and fifty dollars. Negro woman named Tacahue(?). /s/ Saml. WARING, Charles E. BELL, Benjamin TALBERT(?) C.R. KINNEY. Registered February 20, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 44] 9 Oct 1827.  Abraham BAUM to Morris BAUM, for $25.00, fifty acres of land on the North Banks called North Poiney Island, formerly belonging to Richard JARVIS.  Witness: D. LINDSEY, JR.  Reg.: Feb. 20, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 56] Tulley DOZIER to Jesse DOZIER. January (?) 22, 1827. Both of Currituck. Land bounded by the land of Lemuel(?) FEREBEE, William (?), D. BARNARD, Wm. GREGOR, (?) Gunthens(?) heirs, Jos. CHITTUM. One hundred forty acres. /s/ Tully DOZIER  Witnesses, Cart BELL, James COWELL. Nov. Term 1827. Registered May 8, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 59] 3 April 1823.  Spence HALL to Willis GALLOP, for $100.00, one hundred acres beginning at the Sound at Avery TILLETT and joining Jesse HOBBS, Laban GRAY and Kesiah BEST.  Witness: D. LINDSEY Reg.: May 12, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 60-62] 26 May 1827.  Isaac BAXTER, Sheriff, to James COWELL, both of Currituck. Lands and tenements of Kadar MILLER, deceased. Eight dollars twenty and a half cents. Description: Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions Last Monday in Feb. Kadar MILLER dec'd, $8 & 20 1/2 cents with interest from Aug. 2, 1821.  Wm. L. DAVIS, adm. $9.92 1/2 cents, rec'd from the heirs for the damage he sustained.
/s/ Spence and James HALL -Clerks.  No witnesses.  Note: Richard FLORY suit against the heirs of Kadar MILLER, proved Mary 30, 1825 for $4 per acre with interest, plus $9.921/2 cents. Kadar MILLER was convicted & his real estate liable . Location of land in Guinea in Currituck. Survey May 26,1827. Sale held May 24th. This document was Reg. May 13, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 63] 2 Oct 1826.  Power of Attorney from Levi BLACKWELL and wife Mahala of Clark Co., Kentucky to Caleb CAPPSMahala BLACKWELL's maiden named was KATER, and she was one of the legatees of Robinson KATER, dec'd.  Samuel M. TAYLOR, clerk in Ky.  George SHANNON, district court judge in Kentucky .  Currituck witnesses: Spence HALL, James G. HALL. Reg.: May 14, 1828 in Currituck.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 63-64] 28 Nov 1827.  Silas MERCER and wife Dorcas to Samuel McHORNEY, for $55.00, ten acres joining said Silas MERCER and John BARNARD.  Witnesses: T. POYNER & ? JARIVS.  Reg.: May 14, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 64-65] 24 Nov 1827.  Hadley WOODHOUSE to Lancelot WOODHOUSE, for $18.00, three acres which was Hadley's part of the land given by Hezekiah WOODHOUSE, dec'd., by will to his son Wilson WOODHOUSE, dec'd.  Witness: Thomas POYNER, SR.  Reg.: May 14, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 65] 1827 [month & day not filled in].  Thomas FORBES and wife Dorcas to Lancelott WOODHOUSE, for $18.00, three acres which was Dorcas' part of the land that was given by Hezekiah WOODHOUSE, dec'd., by will to his son Wilson WOODHOUSE, dec'd.  Witness: T. WHITEHALL.  Reg.: May 26,1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 65-66] 26 Nov 1827.  William HUTCHINS and wife Sally to James BELL, for $700.00, 484 acres which is 1/4 part of 121 acres that Archelous TURTEN left by will to be divided between his children. Land joining Sam'l. SIMMONS, Thos. LEE, James COWELL, Edmond DOZIER, Tully DOZIER, Josiah ETHERIDGE, William HUMPHRIES and John W. SIMMONS.  Witnesses: John HUMPHRIES; C. BELL Reg.: May 20, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 68-70] 5 Oct 1827.  Deed of Trust from Evan JONES to Thomas BRESSIE of Norfolk Borough, Virginia, for $370.00.  No acreage mentioned but bordering John WEST, Currituck Sound, JOHN WHITEHEAD and the Great Marsh.  Debt of $370.00 is payable in 12 months.  Richard S. HUTCHINS is Trustee. $5.00 was paid to Evans JONES by Rich. HUTCHINS.  Witnesses: Wm. LAMB, Frederick VINCENT & Henry ??.  Reg.: May 22, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 70-71] 5 May 1828.  Bonds of $10,000 of Samuel FEREBEE, SR. and James G. HALL to Governor James IRDELL for obligation to perform official duties.  Samuel FEREBEE, SR. is appointed Clerk of the Superior Court and gives bond with Jeremiah LAND and Enoch D. FEREBEE sureties; James G. HALL is appointed Clerk & Master of Court of Equity and gives bond with S. FEREBEE and Isaac BAXTER sureties.  Reg.: May 24, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 71] Feb Term 1828.  Bill of Sale from William & Thomas SEARS to Abigal SEARS, for $1.00, two Negro boys named Jordon and Arthur as long as Abigal firmly agrees to the provisions in the last Will and Test. of her late husband Caleb SEARS.  Wit: M. BUNNILL Reg.: June 10, 1828

[Deed Book 18; pg. 78] W. G. MERCER to Lemuel (Samuel?)TAYLOR. January 18, 1827. Two hundred and fifty dollars. Fifty acres. Spence DOWDY appears to be the only adjacent property owner listed. /s/ W. G. MERCER Witnesses, D. B. LINDSAY, John DOWDY (?). February Term, 1828. Registered June 25, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 83] Dempsey BURTON to William THOMSON. January 29, 1828. Both of Currituck. One hundred twenty five dollars. Land in Currituck by Joshua TAYLOR's line; John TAYLOR's line. Sixty acres. /s/ Demsey BURTON. Witnesses, Hosea BALL, C. TAYLOR. February Term, 1828. Registered July 10, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 89] Willoughby ROBINSON and his wife Eloner to Arthur GREGORY. February 24(?), 1828.  All of Currituck. One hundred twenty four dollars. Land one fifth part of an undivided tract of land formerly the property of William HUTCHENS, the same Ealanor's(sic) uncle. /s/ Willougby (x - his mark) ROBINSON, Ellinor (x her mark) ROBINSON. Witnesses, C. TAYLOR, John T. HAMPTON. February Term, 1828. Elinor ROBINSON examined separately from her husband. Registered July 23, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 93] William THOMPSON to Charles TAYLOR. January 29, 1828. Both of Currituck. Two hundred dollars. Land bounded by Spence O'NEAL's corner; Samuel O'NEAL's line; Joseph FOSTER's line; FISHER's line; Richard KNIGHT's line. Twenty two acres. /s/ William THOMSON. Witnesses, Hosea BALL, C. JULL(?). February Term 1828. Registered July 28, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 98] Charles TAYLOR and wife Courtney to James W. NICHOLSON. January 24, 1828. Both of Currituck. Two hundred dollars. Land in Currituck bounded by James W. NICHOLSON; ROBERTSON's line; Thirty acres. /s/ C. TAYLOR, Corteny (x - her mark) TAYLOR. Witnesses, Thos. MILLER, William (x - his mark) LARNEY(?). The private examination of Courtney TAYLOR wife of Charles TAYLOR was taken by S. SALYEAR one of the acting Justices of the peace for the County of Currituck. /s/ Cortney (x - her mark) TAYLOR. February 20, 1828. February Term 1828. Registered July 30, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 104]  John C. DOUGH Deed & Bill of sale to Jacob AYDELOTT for the sum of $60.25 paid by Jacob AYDELOTT. For all my part of the negroes that I heired by the death of Augustus C. DOUGH by the following names, Caty and her three children, Naney, Betsey, and Diricten and one other negro woman name of Polly and her two children by the name of Wilson and Susan and one negro man by the name of Lamb and one negro boy by the name of Obia. This February 23rd 1828 Witness: Wm. WHITE, Edward TILLITT.  Registered August 12th 1828

[Deed Book 18; pg. 113] Samuel (Lamuel?) TAYLOR to Daniel LINDSAY, SR. Both of Currituck. Three hundred dollars. One negro man known by the name of Daniel. About 28 years of age. July 21, 1825. /s/ Samuel (x - his mark) TAYLOR. Witness, Jesse BARNARD. Samuel signs with his mark that he received "the within contents in full: July 20, 1828." Witness, Jesse BARNARD. May Term 1828. Registered September 28, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 116] Caleb IVES to Timothy IVES. May 21, 1828. Both of Currituck. Fifteen dollars. Land in Currituck of one acre bounded by Timothy IVES; James Mack HORNY's line. /s/ C. IVES. Witness, Benjamin TAYLOR. May Term 1828. Registered September 18, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 122] Spence TAYLOR to Edward T. JARVES. December 12, 1821. Spence TAYLOR of Rowan County, North Carolina by a power of attorney for Jeremiah TAYLOR of the state and county aforesaid on one part and Edward Taylor JARVES of the state of North Carolina and County of Currituck on the other part. One hundred and five dollars. Land in Currituck County on the Narrows Shore. Contain all the part or portion of Lemuel TAYLOR tract of land formerly belonging to Edward deceased and descending to his son Wilson TAYLOR deceased so as to contain one sixty part of the said tract of land . . . swamp land agreeable to a pattern granted unto Edward TAYLOR deceased also as wife appear by a deed from Randal JONES deceased to Edward TAYLOR deceased for the high ground contained sixty five acres. /s/ Spence TAYLOR, attorney for Lemuel TAYLOR. Witness, D. LINDSEY SENIOR, Jonnathan (?) LINDSAY). May Term 1828. Registered October 28, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 128] Richard BERRY to Richard HUTCHINS. April 7, 1828. Both of Currituck. Twenty dollars. Land in Currituck adjoining Caleb ETHERIDGE, Joseph DOZIER. One half of the land John BERRY willed to his two sons containing thirteen acres and three quarters. /s/ Richard (x - his mark) BERRY. Witnesses, William MATHIAS, Henry (x - his mark) DOXEY. May Term 1828. Registered November 15, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 129] Willoughby, Polly, and William WILLIAMSON to Hugh WILLIAMSON. May 21, 1828. All of Currituck. Sixty dollars. Land in Currituck bounded by Samuel O'NEAL's line; Daniel DUNTON; Thirteen acres. /s/ Willougby (x - his mark) WILLIAMSON; Polley (x - her mark) WILLIAMSON, William (x - his mark) WILLIAMSON. Witnesses, Noah WALKER, James W. NICHOLSON. May Term, 1828. Registered November 15, 1828.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 154] Spence TAYLOR to Daniel LINDSAY. December 13, 1827. Spence TAYLOR of Rowan County, North Carolina acting by power of attorney for Lemuel TAYLOR of the same county, and the said Lemuel TAYLOR having a power of attorney for the heirs of Jesse TAYLOR of Clark County Kentucky and James TAYLOR Breckinridge County Kenntuck. Daniel LINDSAY, SEN. of Currituck. Two hundred twenty five dollars. Land on the narrows Shore to contain all the part or portion of the heirs of Jesse TAYLOR and James TAYLOR of a tract of land formerly belonging to Edward TAYLOR deceased and descending to his son Wilson TAYLOR, deceased so as to contain one third part of the said tract of land both high land and swamp land agreeable to a patten granted unto Edward TAYLOR deceased also as will appear by sale(?) from Randal JONES deceased to Edward TAYLOR deceased for the high ground containing sixty five acres more of less. /s/ Spence TAYLOR attorney for Lamuel TAYLOR. Witnesses, Edward T. JARVIS, Jona. B. LINDSAY. May Term, 1828. Registered January 19, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 171] Daniel B. LINDSEY to Heziah DOWDY. February 18, 1827. Twenty dollars. Land on the main road to the court house containing four acres. By Spence DOWDY's. Jacob LITCHFIELD has a life time estate in the above land which I Daniel D. LINDSAY do not sell to Heziah DOWDAY. /s/ D.B. LINDSAY. Witnesses:  Samuel (x - his mark) TAYLOR; Samuel (x - his mark) COOPER(?). August Term, 1828. Registered January 29, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 172] Charles TAYLOR to Robert POYNER. May 14, 1827. Both of Currituck. One hundred and fifty dollars. Land joining Samuel O NEEL, Maxamilion FISHER and James DOUGLAS. Twenty two acres. /s/ Charles TAYLOR. Witness, B. W. KALLAM, Simon (x - his mark) WOODHOUSE. August Term, 1828. Registered January 29, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 192] William THOMSON mortgage to Thomas S. LAND. June 24, 1828. Both of Currituck. Land in back wood which said Wm. THOMSON bought of Demcy BURTON bounded by Joseph TAYLOR's line; John TAYLOR's line. Sixty acres. /s/ William THOMSON. Witness, Benjamin LAND. August Term, 1828. Registered February 12, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 214] William BONNEY to Levin WHITEHURST. November 5, 1828. Both of Currituck. Forty five dollars. Land in Currituck on Knotts Island bounded by Edward HARDY, William BONNY, David JONES, Levin WHITEHURST, it being the same land that Major WHITEHURST sold to the said William BONNY. Four and half quarter acres. /s/ William BONNEY SENR. Witnesses, Mordecai (?) BEASLEY, Hillary WHITE. November Term, 1828. Registered February 16, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 218] Reuben TAYLOR, deed of gift to Catharine DOXEY. To all people to whom these presents shall come, I Reuben TAYLOR of the County of Currituck and the state of North Carolina send greeting. Know ye that I the said Reuben TAYLOR for and in consideration of the natural love and affection which I have and bear unto my daughter Catherine DOXEY of the same county and state aforesaid and also for other good causes and considerations me hereunto moving having given granted and by these presents do give grant and confirm unto the said Catherine DOXEY as follows one piece of land in Cowinjock in the aforesaid County bounded as follows Beginning at an oak at the main Road near Spence O NEAL's running, westerly with Benjamin TAYLOR's deceased line to the cypress swamp thence southerly to Joseph SIMMONS line then easterly with SIMMONS line to the main road then northerly with the road to the first station containing fifty acres be(?) the same more or less. To have and to hold the aforesaid land and premises unto the said Catharine DOXEY her heirs executor, administrators and assign to her own proper use forever and I the said Ruben TAYLOR the aforesaid land and premises to the said Catherine DOXEY her heirs and assigns against all persons no warrant and forever report(?) by these presents in witness hereof I have hereunto set my hand and fixed by seal the 24th day of November 1828. /s/ Reuben (x - his mark) TAYLOR. Witnesses, Josiah JONES, Peter PARKER. November Term, 1828, this deed from Reuben TAYLOR to Catharine TAYLOR (sic). Registered February 16, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 239] Joseph G. FOSTER and Mitchel SIMMONS to Enoch L. STEVENS. November 17, 1828. All of Currituck. Two hundred fifty dollars. Land in the District of Cowenjock in Currituck County bounded by Samuel O'NEAL, Maxey FISHER, James DOUGLAS, Rubin TAYLOR, John FISHER, and Charles TAYLOR. Twenty four acres. /s/ Joseph G. FOSTER, Mitchel SIMMONS. Witnesses, C. TAYLOR, Rebecah SIMMONS. November Term, 1828. Registered February 20, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 269] Lemuel SANDERSON to Caleb BALLANCE. October 1, 1828. Both of Currituck. Ten dollars. One tenth part of an undivided tract of land in Currituck on Poyney (?/Piney?) Island bounded by Cowinjock Bay, John JARVIS, James BALLANCE, Foster JARVIS. One hundred and fifty acres. /s/ Lemuel SANDERSON. Witness, Jesse TAYLOR. February Term, 1829. Registered May 21, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 270] James W. NICHOLSON to Caleb MILLER. February 8, 1828. Both of Currituck. James NICHOLSON and Frances NICHOLSON. One hundred and seventy dollars. Land in Currituck bounded by Chloe MILLER, Evan SOALS. Five acres. A second tract by Thomas MILLER, Chloe MILLER, Thomas MILLER. Four acres. /s/ James W. NICHOLSON. Witnesses, E. L. STEPHENS, Nathan ROBINSON. February Term, 1829. Registered May 23(?), 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 272] Sally POYNER to Tully HALSTEAD. December 5, 1828. Both of Currituck. Twenty two dollars. Land in Currituck bounded by Tully HALSTEAD, Sally BAXTER. Two and two tenths of an acre. /s/ Sarah (x - her mark) POYNER. Witnesses, William DOXEY, John L. DOXEY. February Term 1829. Registered May 23, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 274] Caleb MILLER to James W. NICHOLSON. February 8, 1828. Both of Currituck. Two hundred dollars. Land in Currituck which the said Caleb MILLER purchased from Hannah TWIFORD, bounded by James W. NICHOLSON, Hannah TWIFORD. Twenty eight acres. /s/ Caleb MILLER. Witnesses, E.L. STEPHENS, Nathan ROBINSON. February Term 1829. Registered June 1, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 276] Samuel THOMSON to Tully HALSTEAD. February ? 1829. Both of Currituck. One hundred twenty five dollars. Land in Currituck bounded by Samuel G. HALL, John GRAY, James HALL, William POYNER. Twelve and a half acres, it being the land I bought of Josiah BELL in 1802. /s/ S. THOMPSON. Witness, James G. HALL. February Term, 1829. Registered June 1, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 294] Thomas TAYLOR to Ann SIMMONS. May, 12(?), 1829. Both of Currituck. Twenty four dollars and twenty five cents. Land in Currituck by Joseph SIMMONS, deceased. Three and a half acres. /s/ Thomas TAYLOR. Witnesses B. T. SIMMONS, Mary SIMMONS. May Term, 1829. Registered, August 10, 1824.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 304]  July 21, 1828 - Jame BEAN sold to  Willis GALLOP both of Currituck, for $500.00, one parcel of land laying and situate on Powels Point bounded as follows..beginning at the mouth of a lane which divides the land of Daniel LINDSEY and the land formerly belonged to the heirs of Benjamin MORRIS, decd., running a Easterly course to Simion SAWYERs heirs line thence Northerly binding SAWYERs Heirs line to Lemuel GREGORYs heirs line thence a Westerly course binding said line to the main road thence Northerly course the road to Joel GREENs line thence Westerly binding said line to the swamp thence Southerly along the swamp to Ruth CORBELLs line thence binding said line a Easterly course to the main road thence Southerly along down the road to the first station containing 95 acres.  /s/ James BEAN.  Witnesses: George GRIGGS, H. GALLOP.  Registered, Aug. 19, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 305]  June 6, 1820 - Thomas R. TILLETT sold to Shadric CALLUM for $192.00,  for one negro woman Lucy and her daughter Lydia which negroes were sold by virtue of an execution against E.S. FORBES in favour of S.H. GREGORY as appears by my bill of sale from the Sheriff of Currituck. /s/ Thomas R. TILLETT  Witness: J. HARRISON.  Registered: Aug. 19, 1829

[Deed Book 18; pg. 305]  Dec. 28, 1828 - John CHAPLAIN sold to Willis GALLOP one negroe man by the name of Tom for $240.00.  /s/ John CHAPLIN.  Witnesses: Malachi CORBELL, Juluan [her x mark] GALLOP, James BEAN.  Registered:  Aug. 19, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 306]  Dec. 3, 1828 - Samuel GREGORY of Currituck, sold to Joseph DOZIER, of Camden, $162.30, One Bay Hors one gig and harness three head of cattle three sows & fourteen pigs, three feather bead stead and furniture, one beaufat and crockery? Six stool chairs and four flags Two tables three chests one coffee mill one pare of Stellars? Two pots one copper one skillet one pare of bed irons? One gridle two ewe Eleven head sheep One mill ???? ??? Two potts Three bread trays four stock oc bees one plow one ax Two hoes all the ?????  If I the said Samuel my heirs etc. shall pay the sum of $162.30  on the first day of January next ensueing the date hereof with lawful interest for the same, for the mention of the said bargained ??????? then this bill of sale to be void or else to remain in full force. /s/ S. GREGORY.  Witness: James DOZIER.  Registered: Aug. 20, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 306-307]  May 10, 1829 - Enoch BALL sold to Nancy GRAY both of Currituck, for $156.50,  a parcel of land situated on Churches Island and bounded as follows beginning at the Sound at a stake near 3 live oaks thence westward to a pine at the main road thence various courses through the marsh to a fielding? Creek thence various courses of the Creek to Celler (Cedar) Island Bay thence South to the dividing line between the lands belonging to Nancy GRAY now LINDSEY and Betty GRAY, decd. Thence Eastwardly binding said line to the Sound thence North to the beginning to contain 50 acres.  /s/ Enoch BALL.  Witnesses: Tho. FEREBEE, Willis GALLOP.  Registered: Aug. 25, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 307-308]  May 24, 1828 - Lemuel RUSSELL sold to Jesse SAWYER both of Currituck, a certain negro woman named Nani also one negro girl name Polly for an in consideration of the sum of $50.00.  /s/ Lemuel RUSSELL.  Witnesses: Caleb GIBBONS, C. FORBES.  Registered: Aug. 20, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 328]  Jacob AYDELOTT Adm. of August C. DOUGH dec. of the one part for and in consideration of the sum of $425.00 paid to me by Isaac TILLETT have bargained by way of Public Vendue for the benefit of the Estate of aforesaid One negro woman by name of Polly and her two children by name of Wilson and Suck? [Susan on pg. 104 ]  This July 20th 1828.  Witness S. SALYEAR.  Registered October 21, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 328]  Received from Tully BELL the sum of $160.00 for a negro boy Tatum about the age of 18 or 19 years.  This 23 day of May A.D. 1828.  /s/ William PERKINS; Witness: Chrs. BELL. Registered October 21, 1829

[Deed Book 18; pg. 332] Dennis GREGORY to Samuel FEREBEE. June 10, 1828. Both of Currituck. One hundred eighty dollars. Land in Currituck Land whereon Mitchel GREGORY lived(?) and which fell to me by the deaths of Gamma(?) GREGORY and Polly GREGORY deceased, bounded by Samuel FEREBEE, SEN, Grandy (?) BARNARD. Eighty acres. /s/ Dennis GREGORY. Witness, James COWELL. August Term, 1829. Registered October 2, 1829.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 364] Samuel WHITEHURST to Isaac BAXTER. Both of Currituck. July 31, 1829. One hundred and thirty three dollars and fifty cents. Land in Currituck on Indian Ridge bounded by James P HUGHS(?) and Jesse E. DOZIER; heirs of Edmon DOZIER, deceased; heirs of Gideon WHITEHURST, deceased. Fifty two acres. /s/ Samuel WHITES(sic). Witnesses, James P. HUGHS, Peter WHITEHURST. November Term, 1829. Registered February 15, 1830.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 377]  This indenture made the 2nd day of October 1829, for and in consideration of the sum of $200.00 paid by Spence SPRY for a tract of land beginning at a sweet gum standing in Abigail KINSEYs line thence a west course by a line of marked trees to Fanny and Susan SPRYs line along said Fanny and Susan SPRYs line various courses to first station containing 100 acres more or less. I also give Spence SPRY a priviledge of half a chain in width for to cut a ditch to the head of Parkers Creek beginning at the North line of the primises and running to and through the old Canal to the said Parkers Creek.  /s/ Jesse S. HOLLOWAY; Witness: Dennis TATUM.  Registered March 20, 1830.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 379] William THOMPSON deed of trust to S. SALYEAR trustee for Ben. T. SIMMONS. September 23, 1829. All of Currituck. One hundred sixty two dollars and twenty five centers. Land in Currituck bounded by Isaac CASEY's plantation to line formerly Rheuben TAYLOR's now Josiah TAYLOR's. Twenty five acres. One other tract of land being the south part of the tract that Rheuben TAYLOR, deceased formerly lived now Isaac CASEY's bounded by Isaac CASEY. Thirty acres. /s /B. T. SIMMONS, S. SALYER, Trustee. Witnesses, E. L. STEPHENS, Sally (x - her mark) CLARKSON. November Term, 1829. Registered April 1(?), 1830.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 383]  This indenture made and done the Nov. 30th 1829 between Jacob AYDELOTT of the one part and Thos. JARVIS JR. and Alexander WHITEHALL executors of Thos. WHITEHALL decíd. by virtue of the aforesaid Thos. WHITEHALLs Last Will and Testament after due and legal notice did expose to public sale one parcel of land situated on Powels Point and Jacob ADELOTT  appeared and bid the sum of $2.65 per acre and was the highest bidder. For and in consideration of the sum of $207.13 paid by Jacob AYDELOTT for the parcel of land beginning at the Northeast corner adjoining the land formally belonging to Richard DOUGH decíd then various courses to Thos. TILLITTs decíd land then various courses to Willis GALLOP land various courses to first station to contain 78 2/10.  /s/ A.L. WHITEHALL, T. JARVIS Exor.  Witnesses: Spence HALL, James G. HALL.  Registered April 15, 1830.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 390] Charles TAYLOR bill of sale to Thomas S. LAND. Charles TAYLOR of Currituck. Two hundred and eighty seven dollars. A negro woman by the name of Tes(?) aged about 22 years. February 5, 1830. /s/ C. TAYLOR Witness, S. SALYER. February Term, 1830. Registered April 18, 1830.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 400] Spence O'NEAL to Charles TAYLOR, JUN.. February 8(?), 1830.  Both of Currituck. Three hundred six dollars and twenty-five cents. Land in Currituck in the neighborhood of Coinjock bounded by Charles TAYLOR, Richard's NIGHT's line(?), Hugh WILLIAMSON. Twenty two acres. /s/ Spence O'NEAL. Witnesses, Rhubein (x - his mark) TAYLOR, Jas. NICHOLSON. February Term, 1830. (appears to say Spence O'NEAL to Charles TAYLOR, *SENR.* in the summary), Registered April 24, 1830.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 412] Thomas TAYLOR to B. T. SIMMONS. February 23, 1830. Both of Currituck. Eighteen hundred dollars. Land in Currituck bounded by Cowenjock Bay, Thomas W.(?) SIMMONS, Samuel SALYEAR, Spence O'NEAL and wife Charlotte, John SIMMONS and wife Cassandra. One hundred and fifty acres. /s/ Thos. TAYLOR. Witnesses, Levi WALKER, William DOXEY. February Term, 1830. Registered April 28, 1830.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 415] Lydia FEREBEE to James WHITEHURST. November 23, 1829. Both of Currituck. Thirteen(?) dollars. Land in Currituck being the part of the plantation that was left to me by the death of Enoch WHITEHURST being part of the manner plantation formally belonged to Samuel WHITEHURST, deceased containing one and a half acre bounded by Wm. SEARS(?), William BELL, Nathan O'NEAL, Peter WHITEHURST.  /s/ Lydia (x - her mark) FEREBEE. Witnesses, Jesse L. HOLLOWAY, Peter WHITEHURST. February Term, 1830. Registered April 28, 1830.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 417] Spence TAYLOR to Nathan POYNER. September 5, 1828. Spence TAYLOR of Rowan County, North Carolina for Lemuel TAYLOR of Rowan County, who as attorney for James TAYLOR of Breckinridge County, Kentucky and the heirs of Jesse TAYLOR of Clark County Kentucky and the said Lemuel TAYLOR himself, also for Elizabeth MACKORNEY of the state and County aforesaid and Nathan POYNER (son of Thomas) of Currituck. Three hundred sixty dollars. Land in Currituck on North River Swamp where Edward TAYLOR, deceased formerly lived. Purchased by Edward TAYLOR deceased from David GIBSON, deceased. Ninety acres. /s/ Spence TAYLOR, attorney. Witnesses, D. LINDSEY, SENR., Jonah B. LINDSEY(?). February Term, 1820. Registered April 28,1830.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 420] B. T. SIMMONS to Levi WALKER. February 22, 1830. Both of Currituck. Twelve hundred dollars. Land in Currituck bounded by head of the bay, Amos GRAY(?), Thomas POYNER, SR..; WOODHOUSE patent; One hundred and seventeen acres. /s/ B. T. SIMMONS. Witness, Thos. TAYLOR, William DOXEY. February Term, 1830. Registered April 29, 1830.

[Deed Book 18; pg. 422] William MATHIAS to Taylor SEVILS October 27, 1829. MATHIAS of Currituck. SEVELS of County of Norfolk, state of Virginia. Three hundred twenty five dollars. Land in Currituck in Moyock bounded by Thomas DOXEY(?) and heirs of Joseph BALLANTINE, SEN., land said MATHIAS bought at Sheriff's sale. Three hundred acres. /s/ Wm MATHIAS. Witnesses, James FISK, SEN.., Deborah FISK. February Term, 1830. Registered April 29, 1830.

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