|Deed dated 20 June 1758 - 386 acres from Robert Callor and his wife Jemima Callor to William Graves on Owen's Creek in Granville County, NC; subsequently in Bute County, NC and finally in Warren County, NC. transcribed and submitted by Jonathan DeMai|
This Indenture made the XXth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & fifty eight between Robert Callor & Jemima his wife of Granville County & Province of North Carolina of the one part and William Graves of the same County & Province of the other part
Witnesseth that they the said Robert Callor & Jemima his wife for and in consideration of the sum of forty pounds currt. money of Virga to them in hand paid by the said William Graves at or before the eṇealing & delivery of thẹe prẹents the Recept whereof they the sd. Robert Callor & Jemima his wife do hereby acknowledge & themselves therewith fully satisfied hath given granted bargained sold & delivered and by these prẹents doth give grant bargain sell alieu relẹe eṇe of & confirm unto the said William Graves one cartain track or parcel of land lying & being in Granville County also on both sides of Owins Creek containing three hundred eighty six acres to the same more or lẹs and bounded as followeth
to witt Begining at Hackneys corner a red Oak in Govr. Johnsons line then running by said line South 45°. Eạt ninty pole to a Hickory thence East one hundred ninty fore pole by Ballard line to a black Jack then South two hundd. fifty sevin pole crọsing sd. Creek to a white Oak in Hackneys line thence by his line to the beginning with all woods underwoods trees wards water water courses profits commodities & hereditaments whatsoever to the same belonging or in aney wịe appertaining thereto together with the Reveṛion & Reversions Remainder & Remainders Rents & Ịsues ^thereof and all the Estate right title interest claim & demand whatsoever of them the said Robert Callor & Jemima his wife hath or ought to have thereto
To have and to hold the aforsaid granted & bargained promịes unto the said William Graves his hears and Ạsigns forever for the only proper ụe benefit & behoof of him the said William Graves his hears and Ạsigns forever and he the said Robert Callor & Jemima his wife doth covenant and grant to & with him the said William Graves that he the said William Graves his heirs & Ạsigns may forever hereafter peceably and quietly have hold occupy pọsẹs and enjoy the aforesd. granted and bargained promịses without the disturbance molestation or eviction of them their heirs & forever and they the said Robert Callor & Jemima his wife doth by thẹse prẹsents warrant and cẹen the aforesaid granted and bargained promịes unto the said William Graves free and clear from all Incumbrants of what nature or kind so ever and from the just claim of any person or peṛons whatsoever
In Witnẹs whereof they the said Robert Callor & Jemima have hereunto set their hands and Seals the day and year first above written..
Sealed and Delivered in prẹsence of Robert Callor (L.S.)
John Chrismas Wm. Ditto…} Jemima X Callor (L.S.)
At a Court held for Granville County 20th. June 1758.
Robert Callor acknowledged this Deed to be his Act & deed & on Motion it was Ordered to be Registered provions to which Jemima wife of the sd. Robert, she being first privately Examined by Philemon Hawkins Esqr. appointed for that purpọe by the Court relinquịhed her right of dower in the Lands by this Deed conveyed which was also Ordered to be Registered. Teste Danl. Weldon C.C.
Willm. Eaton Publ. Regr
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