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Deed from Benjamin Lindsay to Adams Pardue - 1771
Transcribed and submitted by
Jonathan DeMai

 

North Carolina Bute County Sct

This Indenture made this fourth day of March in the year of our Lord One thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy One Between Benjamin Lind∫ay of the one Part of the one part and Adams Pardue of the other part

Witne∫seth that the sd Benjamin Lindsay for and in Consideration of the sum of thirty five Pounds Virginia Money to him in hand Paid on or before the sealing and delivering hereof the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and the said Benjamin Lindsay to the said Adams Pardue doth hereby acquit Discharge hath granted bargained sold and released confirmed and by these Presents do fully and absolutely grant bargain sell and release and confirm unto the said Adams Pardue his heirs and a∫igns forever a certain Tract or parcel of Land Lying and being in the County of Bute on the South Side of Sandy Creek Containing two hundred acres be the same more or le∫s, Beginning at a red Oak on the south side of the creek at the mouth of a branch called wateres Branch thence up the said branch to a white oak, only excepting one acre of Land at the mill on the said branch thence along a line of mark trees to a white oak thence along a line of mark trees to a pine thence along a ling of mark trees to a red oak thence along a line of mark trees to a Spanish Oak on the South Side of the said Creek thence up the said Creek to the First Station the natural water course of the aforesaid Creek is forever to the Bounds Together with all houses buildings thereon and all his right title and Interest in and on the said Premises the Revertion and Revertion Remainder and Remainders rents Issues and profits thereof and every Part and Parcell thereof with the appurtenances To have and To hold the said tract of Land with all edifices profits Privileges his heirs and a∫signs forever he or they Paying Quitrents for the same from the date hereof and the Benjamin Lindsay for himself his heirs Executors and Administrators doth covenant promise and agree to and with the said Adams Pardue his heirs and a∫signs that if above granted Premi∫ses are free and clear of all charges and Incumbrances whatsoever that the said Benjamin Lindsay his heirs hath an Indefeasable of Inheritance infer Simple in and to the said Premi∫ses and Hath full power and authority to dispense of the same and he the said Benjamin Lindsay his heirs Executors and Administrators shall and will warrant and Secure and forever Defend the same to the said Adams Pardue his heirs and a∫signs forever against the Lawfull Claim or demand of any Person or Persons whatsoever and shall and will at any time hereafter on the Reasonable Request of the said Adams Pardue make and Execute such conveyances in the Law as shall be for the Better Confirming or sure making the said Premises to the sd Adams Pardue his  heirs or a∫signs as shall be advised or required  In Witne∫s whereof the said Benjamin Lindsay hathe hereunto set is hand and seal the year and day above written

Signed and Delivered
In Presence of}
Test William Green
Test of John Ballard} 

his
Benjamin + Lindsay
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Bute County November Court 1771

This Deed was proved by the Oath of John Ballard Junr Witne∫s thereto and on motion the same is Ordered to be Registered.

                                                            Test. Benn McCulloch C. C.

The aforegoing Deed from Benjamin Lindsay to Adams Pardue having been proved in Bute Inferior Court of Pleas and Quarter Se∫sions and ordered to be registered the same is truly Registered this 30th Day of January 1772 by

                                                           James Johnson Pub Regr

 

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