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Searcy Land Deed-1763

Transcribed and Contributed By Waunita Powell
February 27, 2004

Deed Bk. F. Pg. 175

This Indenture made the 19th day of January in the name of our Lord ?Christ one thousand seven hundred and sixty three between John Searcy Junior and Annis his wife of Granville County in the Province of North Carolina of the one part and Reuban Searcy of the same County of the other part witnesseth that the said John Searcy Junior and Annis, his wife, for and in considera­tion of the sum of one hundred and twenty pounds current money of Virginia to them in hand paid by the said Reuban Searcy before Sealing and Delivering hereof the receipt whereof he the said John Searcy Junior and Annis his wife both hereby acknowledge hath given granted bargained sold___?_____ returned ____­and con­firmed unto the said Reuban Searcy his heirs and assignees for-ev­er on certain tract or parcel of land situated ?__ and being in Granville County aforesaid and on Beaver Dam River Beginning at a whit Oak then running West 160 poles to a White Oak then South 360 poles to a Hickory then East 268 poles to a ?Turkey Oak then North 60 poles to a Hickory ?____corner than by his ___? land 180 poles to a Pine thence North 50? Poles to Davis's Corner then along his line West 290 poles to a Hickory his other Corner then North 240 poles to the first station containing four hundred and four acres of land be the same more or less and one other tract or parcel of land lying in the aforesaid county and on Great Nutbush Creek containing 45 acres being the same more or less and is bounded as follows: Towit: beginning at a _____Oak on the Creek thence South seventy East one hundred and four poles to a ____Oak thence South Forty Nine? ?sixty poles to Reuban Searcy's corner than along his line South Sixty one West, Seventy ?Eight poles to ?Anderson Swamp thence around said Swamp to ?Nutbush Creek then down the said Creek to the first station to have and to hold the aforesaid granted and bargained premises with all rights benefits privileges and ?appurtenants unto the said Reuban Searcy and his heirs Assignees to his and their prosperous benefit and behoof forever & the said John Searcy Jr. and Annis his wife doth by these presents warrant and will defend the aforesaid grants and bargains----and bargained premises to the said Reuban Searcy or to his assignees to be free and clear from all manner of incumbrances and from the just claim of any person or persons whatsoever I witnesseth whereof the said John Searcy and Annis his wife hath herewith set their hand and assigned their seal the day & year above written
  John Searcy (Seal)

Signed and Sealed and delivered in presence of

Nathanial Henderson     (Seal)

Granville Co. 

May Court 1763 this deed was proved by the Oath of Nathanial Henderson one of the Subscribing Witnesses thereto and on motion ordered to be recorded.


Deed Bk. G. pg. 241 Oct. 15, 1763 Wm. Bullock to John Searcy Jr. 316 acs on Great Nutbush Cr. on John Wade’s line at Samuel Hendersons line.
 


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