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Currituck County, North Carolina
[Deed Book 36, pg. 449-451]
Indenture between John DOXEY, Grandy DOXEY, John F. GRAY & wife Ann M.,
Charles BELL and wife Lydia of Currituck David SAWYER and wife Amanda E., Pius
GEORGE and wife Mary J. of Norfolk
County, Va. of the first part, and Joseph SIMPSON of Camden County, North
Carolina of the second part. Jany 2, 1882. Five hundred dollars. That certain piece or parcel of land known and
designated as the Ashly OWENS tract of land adjoining the lands of
John HUMPHRIES and the
heirs of Olive MATHIAS & others containing forty eight acres more or less also the previlidge of
getting fire wood & rail timber from the tract of land known as the neck for the use of the said
(?) (?) it being the piece of land purchased by Mary DOXEY from Edmond
BRAY reference to
said deed of Record in Registers office Currituck County will more fully show boundaries.
s/ John [x] DOXEY, J F GRAY, Pytous GEORGE, A M GRAY, M A GEORGE, G B DOXEY,
Charles M BELL, Lydia B. BELL, David W SAWYER, Amanda E SAWYER .
This to certify that I, E.W. HOLT a justice of the Peace for Currituck County and State aforesaid
personally appeared this day John DOXEY, Grandy DOXEY, John F GRAY and wife Ann M.,.
Charles BELL & wife Lydia of the
County of Currituck and State of North Carolina. David SAWYER & wife Amanda E., Prius
and wife Mary J. of Norfolk County State of Virginia and duly acknowledged the execution of the
foregoing deed of conveyance and Ann M. wife of John F GRAY, Lydia wife of
Charles BELL, Amanda
E. wife of David SAWYER, Mary J wife of Prius GEORGE being by me privately examined separate
and apart from their said husbands doth state that they signed the same of their own free will and
accord without fear or compulsion of their said husbands or any one else and that they doth still
assent thereto This the 9th day of August 1882. /s/ E.W. HOLT, J.P.
Registered March 2, 1883, H.B. ANSELL, Probate Judge Recorded Mch 3rd 1883, S.C. SIMMONS, R.D.
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Know all men by these presents that I, John DOXEY my heirs and assigns are held and firmly
bound unto Jos. SIMPSON his heirs & assigns in the sum of Two hundred dollars to the payment
of which well and truly to be made I bind myself my heirs assigns administrators or executors,
Signed and sealed this the 26th day of Feby 1883
The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas said John
DOXEY and others have
sold to the said Jos. SIMPSON a certain piece of land situated in said County near Tulls Creek, by
deed bearing date Jany 2 ~ 1882 which is of Record in Registers office in said County and
whereas the children of Francis V. MATHIAS, dec to wit: Florence
MATHIAS and James MATHIAS
represent or own one fifth of said piece of land and they being minors
unable to convey title, now therefore if the said Florence MATHIAS and
James MATHIAS shall
convey unto the said Jos. SIMPSON his heirs and assigns their interest in said land when they
arrive at full age then this obligation to be null and void otherwise in full force and effect.
Signed & sealed day and date first written. /s/ John [x] DOXEY. Wit.
A.O. DEY. Acknowledged by John DOXEY before H.B. ANSELL, Probate Judge. Registered March 2, 1883. Recorded March 3, 1883 by
S.C. SIMMONS, Reg. Deeds.
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