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Warren County North Carolina Record of Deeds Vol. A 1764-1766, p. 1

This Indenture made this ___ day of March in the year of our Lord 1764 between John Moseley, Edward Moseley, Sampson Moseley and James Moseley all of the County of new Warren of the one part and Phillip Alston of the County of Granville of the other part, witnessed that the said John Moseley, Edward Moseley, Sampson Moseley, and James Moseley for it in consideration of the sum of 385 pounds provincial money have granted, Borg and, sold, aliened, enfeoffed, and confirmed and by these presents Duke Grant, Borg and, sell, alien, eneoff, release and confirmed to the said Phillip Alston his heirs and assigns forever Ward divided tract of land situated in the County of Granville containing 2460 acres and bounded as follows to wit, beginning at a white wool at the north of hogshead branch that's up fishing Creek as it meanders to white oak and red oak, thence marked wind south 30 West 150 poles to Black Jack thence South 34 decreased when thousand 37 poles --- along branch to read the branch to her red oak, thence South 80 East 120 poles to the first station and also the reversion and reversions, the remainder and remainders, rents and services thereof and also all the Estate, right title, interest, claim and demand whatsoever of them the said John Moseley, Edward Moseley, Sampson Moseley, James Moseley of in and to the said premises and of in into every part and parcel thereof.  To have and to hold the said divided tract or parcel of premises as above mentioned, with the appurtenances unto him the said Phillip Alston his heirs and assigns to the only purpose, use and behoove of him the said Phillip Alston his heirs and assigns forever, and the said John Moseley, Edward Moseley, Sampson Moseley for their cells at their errors jointly and severally do covet and Grant and with the said Phillip Alston his heirs and assigns shall and they forever here after at all times personally have hold it occupied process and enjoy the said divided tract or parcel of land and premises above mentioned with the appurtenances interest the title--- of them the said John Moseley, Edward Moseley, Sampson Moseley, James Moseley may heirs and assigns and all and every other person or persons unto power claiming or to claim any part and parcel parcel thereof and that first and discharged as otherwise Will and satisfactorily and keep himself and indemnify the and from all former and other bargains, sales, gifts, mortgages, jointers, dower orders, use sold wills, inheritance, bonds, Executors, judgments and executions and from all  former and other bargains Thomas C. oath, gifts, grants to, mortgages, jointers, dowers, Wilkes, interested bonds, Executors, judgments, executions and from all other Estate, right title, interest whatsoever except that quit and two chargeable in the said land and payable to Earl Granville, and ---  that the said John Moseley, and word Moseley, Sampson Moseley and James Moseley and their heirs and all and every other person and --- in the days land and  the above mentioned for in possession of, reversion and for remainder shall --- Phillip Alston his heirs and assigns make, do execute all and every such further and other lawful --- act such names, desire and devise, consequences in the land whatsoever for the purpose, better and more perfect --- of the said Phillip Alston his heirs and assigns for ever according to the --- the said John Moseley, Samuel Moseley, Edward Moseley, James Moseley may heirs and assigns said tract or parcel of land and premises and every part thereof unto the said Phillip Alston his heirs and assigns shall Warrenton forever defend by these presents.  In witness whereof the said John Moseley, Edward Moseley, Sampson Moseley, James Moseley respectively have hereunto set their hands and seals this day and year above written.

 John Moseley
Edward Moseley
Sampson Moseley
James Moseley

Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of J. Montford and Ann Moseley

Halifax County 20th August 1764

the above deed of bargains was proved by the oath of Joseph Montford Executor subscribing witness to the same.  Sugan Johnson, Public Registrar.

Transcribed by:  Ginger L. Christmas-Beattie

 

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