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Booth Deeds
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Deed Book 20, Page 186
Charlotte County, Virginia

This Indenture made this ninth day of September 1833 between Thomas 
Portwood and Milly his wife of the County of Charlotte of the one part, 
and John Booth of the said county of the other.  Witnesseth that for 
and consideration of eleven hundred dollars to them in hand paid the 
receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, the said Thomas Portwood and 
Milly his wife has this day bargained and sold and by these presents do 
bargain and sell to the said John Booth one certain tract of land lying 
and being in the said County of Charlotte on the waters of Sandy Creek 
containing two hundred and forty six acres and bounded as follows:  
Beginning at John Booth's corner on the main branch of Sandy creek a 
few __ below a red bank in George Petty's line, thence with John 
Booth's line N 77 W 34 Poles to a Corner in an old field thence N 4 E 
46 Poles to a bend in the line thence N 39 E 104 poles to Booth's 
corner pine stump  thence N 60 W 12 Poles to a corner hickory  with 
estate of Bannister Ferrell in Booth's line thence with said Ferrell's 
line N 27 E 86 poles to a crook in the line thence N 56 poles to a 
corner post oak on Cocks road, thence with Ferrell's line N 75 E 33 
poles to a corner post oak thence S 30 poles to the head of a branch 
thence down the branch as it meanders 46 poles to Ferrells corner 
pointers thence  N 87 E 20 poles to a crook, thence S 80 E 100 poles to 
Ferrell's corner post oak thence S 32 E 12 poles to a Chesnut white oak 
on a small branch thence down the branch as it meanders 128 poles to a 
larger main branch of Sandy Creek thence down Sand Creek as it meanders 
to the beginning.  To have and to hold the afforesaid tract of land to 
him the said John Booth forever.  And the said Thomas Portwood and 
Milly his wife do covenant for themselves and their heirs to warrant 
and defend a good & lawful title to the said tract of land to him the 
said John Booth against the claims of them and their heirs and every 
other person  or persons whatsoever.  In Witness whereof they have 
hereunto set their names and affixed their seals the day and year above 
written.

                                 Thomas Portwood (SEAL)
                                  Milly Portwood   (SEAL)

Charlotte County Court

      We William Dupree and Edwin Price Justices of the peace in the 
County aforesaid in the State of Virginia do hereby certify that Thomas 
Portwood and Molly Portwood parties to a certain deed bearing date on 
the 9th day of September 1833 and hereunto annexed personally appeared 
before us in our County afforesaid and acknowledged the same to be 
their act and deed and desired us to certify the said acknowledgment to 
the Clerk of the County of Charlotte in order that the said deed may be 
recorded.  Given under our hands and seals this 9th day of September 
1833.

                            William Deupree (SEAL)
                             Edwin Price   (SEAL)

Charlotte County Court
      We William Dupree and Edwin Price Justices of the peace in the 
County afforesaid in the State of Virginia do hereby certify that Milly 
Portwood the wife of Thomas Portwood, parties  to a certain deed 
bearing date on the 9th of September 1833 and hereto annexed personally 
appeared before us in our County afforesaid fully explained to her , 
she the said Milly Portwood acknowledged the same to be her act and 
deed and declared that she had willingly signed, sealed and delivered 
the same and that she wished not to retract it.  Given under our hands 
and seals this 9th day of September 1833.

                          Wm Deupree  (SEAL)
                           Edwin Price   (SEAL)

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Deed Book 22, Page 5
Charlotte County, Virginia

This Indenture made the 1st day of December one thousand eight hundred 
and thirty six between George Petty and Susannah Petty his wife of the 
County of Charlotte of the one part and John Booth of the same county 
of the other part, Witnesseth that the said George Petty & Susannah 
Petty his wife for and consideration of the sum of thirteen hundred and 
forty four dollars current money of Virginia to them in hand payed by 
the said John Booth, the receipt whereof they doth hereby acknowledge 
and themselves fully and entirely satisfied hath granted, bargained, 
sold, aliened, released and confirmed and by these present for 
themselves & their heirs doth grant, bargain, sell, alien, release and 
confirm unto the said John Booth his heirs & assigns forever one 
certain tract of land Containing two hundred & twenty four acres, it 
being the tract of land on which the said Petty now lives and joining 
the lands of said John Booth, Jonathan Ashworth, Edwin Price, Thomas I 
or J Garden, John C Ingram and John C Booth and granted unto the said 
John Booth with all houses, orchards, gardens,  fences, woods, 
underwoods, water and water Courses thereupon standing growing and 
being with all profits, Commodities, advantages and appertenances 
whatsoever to the same belonging  or in any wise appertaining and 
also the revision and revisions, remainder and remainders thereof and 
every part and parcel thereof to have and to hold the before granted 
land and premises with their and every of this appertances unto the 
said John Booth his heirs and assigns that he and they shall and may at 
all times hereafter quietly posess and enjoy the before granted lands 
and premises free from all former sales, gifts, mortgages, right of 
dower or any incumbrance whatsoever and the said George Petty & his 
wife Susannah Petty and their heirs shall and will warrant and forever 
defend the before granted land & premises with the appertenances 
thereunto belonging unto the said John Booth his heirs and assigns 
forever against any other person or persons that shall or may lay claim 
or claims thereunto.  In Witness whereof we the said George Petty and 
Susannah Petty hath hereunto set our hands and affixed our seals in the 
day and year above written.

                                                      George Petty   
(SEAL)
                                                       Susannah Petty 
(SEAL)

Charlotte County to wit:

     We Wm Deupree and Edwin Price justices of the peace in the County 
aforesaid in the State of Virginia, do hereby certify that George Petty 
and Susannah Petty parties to a certain deed bearing date on the 1st 
day of December 1836 & hereto annexed personally appeared before us in 
our County afforesaid and acknowledged the same to be their  act and 
deed and desired us to certify the said acknowledgement to the Clerk of 
the County Court of Charlotte in order that the said deed may be 
recorded.  Given under our hands and seals this 1st day of December 
1836.

                   Wm Deupree  (SEAL)
                    Edwin Price  (SEAL)

Charlotte County to wit:

  We William Deupree and Edwin Price justices of the peace in the 
County afforesaid in the State of Virginia do hereby certify that 
Susannah Petty the wife of George Petty parties to a certain deed 
bearing date on the 1st day of December  1836 and hereto annexed 
personally appeared before us in our County aforesaid and being 
examined by us privately and apart from her husband and having the deed 
afforesaid fully explained to her she the said Susannah Petty 
acknowledged the same to be her act and declared that she had willingly 
signed, sealed and delivered the same and that she wished not to 
retract it.  Given under our bands and seals the 1st day of December 
1836.
                 
                       Wm Deupree  (SEAL)
                        Edwin Price  (SEAL)

This deed of bargain and sale with the certificates of acknowledgement 
annexed was delivered in at the Clerks office of the County Court of 
Charlotte the 5th day of December 1836 and admitted to record.

               Teste    I J Robinson  CC
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Deed Book 22, Page 7
Charlotte County, Virginia

This Indenture made this 10th day of December 1836 between John Booth 
and Clarissa H, his wife of Charlotte County of the one part and Edwin 
Price of the said County of the other.  Witnesseth, that the said John 
Booth and Clarissa H his wife for and in consideration of the sum of 
one hundred and thirty five dollars to them in hand paid by the said 
Edwin Price, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have this day 
bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain & sell unto the 
said Edwin Price one certain parcel or tract of land containing 
thirteen and a half acres lying in the lower end of Charlotte on the 
waters of Sandy Creek and bounded as follows.  Beginning at a Corner 
red oak on King's road near the said Edwin Prices, thence along the 
road S 84 E 20 poles N 9 E 28 poles & W 30 E 25 poles to Corner pine 
stump on the road, thence a new line N 78 W 95 3/4  poles to pointers 
in Jonathan Ashworth's line, thence his line S 32 E 51  3/4  poles to 
the beginning:  To have and to hold the aforesaid tract with all its 
appertances to him, the said Edwin Price and his heirs or assigns 
forever and the said John Booth and Clarissa H his wife do Covenant for 
themselves and their heirs to warrant and defend a good and lawful 
title to the said tract of land to him the said Edwin Price & his heirs 
against the claims of them the said John Booth and Clarissa H his wife 
and all and every other person or persons whomsoever;  In testimony 
whereof we have hereto set our hands and seals the day and year above 
written.

                                      Jno Booth  (SEAL)
                                      Clarissa H Booth  (SEAL)

Charlotte County to wit:

    We William Deupree and Hillery Moseley justices of the peace in the 
County aforesaid in the state of Virginia we hereby certify that John 
Booth and Clarissa H Booth parties to a certain deed bearing date on 
10th day of December 1836 and hereto annexed personally appeared before 
us in our county aforesaid & acknowledged the same to be their act and 
deed and desired us to certify the said acknowledgment to the aforesaid 
fully explained to her, she the said Clarissa H Booth acknowledged the 
same to be her act and deed and declared that she had willingly signed, 
sealed and delivered the same and that she wished not to retract it.  
Given under our hands and seals this 10th day of December 1836.

                           Wm Dupree  (SEAL)
                            Edwin Price  (SEAL)

This deed of bargain and sale with the certificates of acknowledgement 
annexed was delivered in at the Clerks office of the County Court of 
Charlotte the 22nd day of December 1836 and admitted to record.

                        Teste   I J Robinson  CC

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Deed Book 22, Page 8
Charlotte County, Virginia

This Indenture made the tenth day of December one thousand eight 
hundred and thirty six between John Booth and Clarissa H Booth his wife 
of the County of Charlotte of the one part and John C Booth of the same 
county of the other part.  Witnesseth that the said John Booth & 
Clarissa H Booth his wife for and in consideration of the sum six 
hundred and forty two dollars Current money of Virginia to them in hand 
payed by the said John C Booth the receipt whereof they doth hereby 
acknowledge and themselves fully and entirely satisfied hath granted, 
bargained, sold, aliened, released & confirmed & by these presents for 
themselves & their heirs doth grant, bargain, sell, alein, release & 
confirm 
unto the said John C Booth his heirs & assigns forever one certain 
tract of land containing one hundred & seven acres, it being a part of 
the land which the said J. Booth bought of George Petty and joining the 
lands of Thomas J or I Garden, John C Ingram the said John C Booth & 
John Booth and granted unto the said Jno C Booth with all houses, 
orchards, gardens, fences, woods,, underwoods, water and water courses 
thereupon standing, growing and being with all profits, commodities, & 
appertanances whatsoever to the same belonging or in any wise 
appertaining & also the revision & revisions, remainder & remainders 
thereof and every part and parcel thereof to have & to hold the before 
granted lands and premises with their and every of their appertances 
unto the said John C Booth his heirs & assigns that he and they shall & 
may at all Times hereafter quietly possess and enjoy the before granted 
lands & premises free from all former sales , gifts, mortgages, rights 
of dower or any incumbrance whatsoever and the said John Booth and his 
wife Clarissa H Booth and their heirs shall and will warrant and 
forever defend the before granted lands & premises with the 
appertencnces thereto belonging unto the said John C Booth his heirs & 
assigns forever against any other person or persons that shall or may 
lay claim or claims thereunto.  In witness whereof we the said John 
Booth & Clarrisa H Booth hath hereunto set our hands & affixed our 
seals in the day & year above written.

                                Jno Booth (SEAL)
                                                                                                
Clarissa H Booth (SEAL)

Charlotte County Court
     
    We William Deupree and Edwin Price justices of the peace for the 
County aforesaid in the State of Virginia do hereby certify that John 
Booth and Clarissa H Booth parties to a certain deed bearing date on 
the 10th day of December 1836 and hereto annexed personally appeared 
before us in our county of aforesaid and acknowledged the same to be 
their act and desired us to certify the said acknowledgement to the 
Clerk of the County Court of Charlotte in order that the said deed may 
be recorded.  Given under our hand and seals this 10th day of December 
1836.
                                                                                        
Wm Deupree (SEAL)
                                                                                         
Edwin Price (SEAL)

Charlotte County to wit:
   We Wm Deupree and Edwin Price justices of the peace for the county 
aforesaid in the State of Virginia do hereby certify that Clarissa H 
Booth the wife of John Booth parties to a certain deed bearing date on 
the 10th day of December 1836 and hereto annexed personally appeared 
before us in our County aforesaid and being examined by us privately 
and apart from her husband and having the deed aforsaid fully explained 
to her, she the said Clarrisa H Booth acknowledges the same to be her 
act and deed and declared that she had willingly signed, sealed and 
delivered the same and that she wished not to retract it.  Given under 
our hands and seals this 10th day of December 1836.
                                                                                    
Wm Deupree (SEAL)
                                                                                     
Edwin Price  (SEAL)

This deed of bargain and sale with the certificates of acknowledgement 
annexed was delivered in at the Clerks office of the County Court of 
Charlotte the 22nd day of December 1836 and admitted to record.
                        Teste   J J Robinson  CC

 

 

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