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Deed from Benjamin Leneir  to William Bradberry
August 11, 1793
Charlotte County Deed Books, Page 264
 

Transcribed by Marcia Carmichael Bradbury
Chesterfield, VA
March 2, 2001


(Grammar, punctuation or lack thereof is to keep transcription as accurate as in original 
document)



This indenture made this eleventh day of August one thousand seven hundred and ninety 
three, Between Benjamin Leneir of Charlotte County of the one part, and William 
Bradberry of the same County of the other part Witnesseth that the said Benjamin Leneir 
for and in consideration of the sum sixty pounds Current money of Virginia to him in 
hand paid by the said William Bradberry the receipt whereof he doth hereby 
acknowledge hath given, granted, bargained & sold, and by these presents, do give grant, 
bargain sell and Deliver unto the said William Bradberry his heirs and assigns forever, 
one Certain Tract or parcel of Land lying & being in the said County of Charlotte on the 
waters of the Horse Pen Creek - containing by estimation one hundred acres be the same 
more or less and bounded by the lines of Richard Stone, Reubin Hay, and the said 
William Bradberry known formerly by the name of Hay's old place To have and to hold 
the said lands and premises with all the previlledges and appurtenances these unto 
belonging or in any wise appurtaining unto him the said William Bradberry, his heirs, 
Executors, Administrators free from the claim and demand of him the said Benjamin 
Leneir his heirs, Executors, administrators, and assigns and from the right & Title, Claim 
& Demand of all other persons Whatever.  In Witness whereof he the said Benjamin 
Leneir hath hereunto set his hand and seal this day & year first above written
Signed sealed & Delivered in presence of Henry Haley Nath.Crenshaw Daniel Crenshaw
                                                  his 
                                       Benjamin    X    Leneir           (S.S.)
                                                  mark
At the Court held for Charlotte County the 22 September 1793
This indenture was acknowledged in court by the said Benjamin Leneir to be his act & 
Deed & ordered to be recorded & Frankey the wife of the said Benjamin The being 
previlly examined according to Sam - relinquished her right of Dower in & to the Land 
& premises conveyed by her husband or the said indenture


                                                            Teste  Tho. Read
                                                            Truly recorded  Tho Read



Marcia C Bradbury

Deed of Jeremiah Gibson to William Bradberry Charlotte County Courthouse Deed Book , Page 34, August 4th, 1806 Transcription by Marcia Carmichael Bradbury
February 23, 2001 (spelling and the lack of punctuation are to make transcription as exact as in the original document) This indenture made the fourth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand and eight hundred and six between Jeremiah Gibson of the County of Gilford State of North Carolina of the one part and William Bradberry of the County of Charlotte and State of Virginia of the other part witnesseth that the said Jeremiah Gibson for & inconsideration of the sum of one hundred and fifteen pounds curried money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said William Bradberry the receipt where of is hereby acknowledged hath given granted bargained and sold and by the presents doth give grant bargain and sell unto the said William Bradberry one certain tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the said County of Charlotte containing one hundred and sixty-six and a half acres be the same more or less lying on the Horsepen Creek in the said County and bounded as follows by the lands of Abner Jackson, Gustaves Hendrick & John Osbourne - To have and to hold the said land and premises to him the said William Bradberry his heirs and assigns forever - and the said Jeremiah Gibson for himself his heirs executors and administrators doth covenant promise and agree to and with the said William Bradberry his heirs and assigns that the said tract of land together with all its rights members and appurtenances to him the said William Bradberry his heirs and assigns shall and will warrant and defend against the claim of claims of any person or persons whatsoever claiming by from or under him the said Jeremiah Gibson his heirs or assigns - In testimony whereof the said Jeremiah Gibson hath hereunto set his hand and affixes his seal the day year first above written his Jeremiah X Gibson Mark Signed sealed & acknowledged in the presence of Robert Morton, Thomas Read, Joel Watkins To Venerable At court held for Charlotte County the 1st September 1806 This indenture was proved in Court by the oath of Robert Morton Thomas Read and Joel Watkins to be the act and deed of the said Jeremiah Gibson and ordered to be recorded Teste Thomas Read Truly recorded Thomas Read

(spelling, grammar and punctuation are just as in original document)

Deed of Fanny Hailey to William A. Bradberry
Deed Book 23, Page 114
17th day January 1840

Transcribed by Marcia Carmichael Bradbury


February 23, 2001



This indenture made this seventeenth day of January one thousand eight hundred & forty
between Fanny Hailey of the one part & William A. Bradberry of the other part
witnesseth that the said Fanny Hailey for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred
& thirty dollars, current money of Virginia to her in hand paid before the sealing &
delivery of these presents the receipt whereof she hereby acknowledges and therefore do
acquit & discharge the said William A. Bradberry or assigns hath granted, bargained, &
sold & by these presents do grant, bargain sell & confirm unto said William A. Bradberry
his heirs & assigns forever one certain piece, parcel, or tract of land, lying and being in
the County of Charlotte containing eighty six acres be the same more or less & bounded
by and between the lines of Thomas Lee & Boswell G. Tatham - To have and to hold the
aforesaid land together with all the houses and maintenances now being thareon to the
said William A. Bradberry his heirs & assigns forever to him & there only proper use &
behoof free & clear from all or any title claims, demand or demands of the said Fanny
Hailey her heirs, executors, admiss or assigns and of all & every other person or persons
whatsoever - In witness whereof the said Fanny Hailey hath set her hand & seal the day
& year above written -
                               her
                        Fanny   X   Hailey
                              Mark
Witness
Woodard Hailey
John Hailey
Ambrose Hailey

At the court held for Charlotte County February 3rd ..1840
This indenture was proved in open court by the oath of Woodard Hailey and John Hailey
two of the subserving witness to be the act & deed of the said Fanny Hailey, and ordered
to be certified - At another court held for same county March 2nd..1840:  This indenture
was further proved in court by the oath of Ambrose Hailey the other subscribing witness,
to be the act & deed of the said Fanny Hailey, and ordered to be recorded -

                        Teste   Winslow Robinson


Deed of Sale by William G. Lock and Susan H. Lock to William A. Bradberry
September 25th, 1851
Charlotte County, VA Deed Book 28, Page 200-201



Transcribed by Marcia Carmichael Bradbury
Chesterfield, VA
March 2, 2001

(The grammar, punctuation or lack thereof is to keep the authenticity of the original 
document.)

This indenture made this 25th day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand and 
eight hundred and fifty one  Between William G. Lock Susan H. Lock his wife of the 
county of Mason and state of Virginia  of the one part and William A Bradberry of the 
county of Charlotte and state afforesaid of the other part witnesseth  That the said 
William G. Lock and Susan his wife in consideration of the sum of twenty five dollars of 
Lawful money of Virginia to them in hand paid by the said William A. Bradberry at or 
before the ensealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby 
acknowledge have bargained and sold and by these presents do and each of them doth 
bargain and sell unto the said William A. Bradberry his heirs and assigns all ther Right 
and title in a certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Charlotte and 
state of Virginia on the head watters of Malone Creek and bounded as follows on the East 
by William Watson, on the West by Eldridge Carter containing seventy five acres be the 
same more or less together with all estate right title interest and property claim and 
demand whatever of them the said William G. Lock and Susan his wife, in law or equity 
or other wise how ever of in to or out of the same to have and to hold the said  lot peace 
or parsel of land and every part and parcel thereof with their appurtenance unto the said 
William A. Bradberry his heirs and assigns forever - and unto the only proper use and 
behoof of him the said William A. Bradberry his heirs and assigns forever and the said 
William G. Lock for himself his heirs executors administration and for and behalf of the 
said Susan his wife and her heirs doth covenant promise grant and agree to and with the 
said William A. Bradberry his heirs and assigns by the presents in manner and form 
following towit , that he the said William G. Lock and his heirs, the said lot peace or 
parcel of land and premeces hereby granted or intended so to be with the appurtenances 
unto he said William A. Bradberry fis heirs and assigns against him the said William G. 
Lock and his heirs and against the heirs of the said Susan his wife and against all and 
every person or persons whatever will warrant and forever defend  By these presents in 
witness whereof the said William G. Lock and Susan his wife have here unto set there 
hands and seals the day and year first above written          

                                                  William G. Lock          (seal)
                                                  Susan H. Lock              (seal)

(Page 1)
Mason County towit


I I M Hanly a Justice of the peace for the county aforesaid in the state of Virginia Do 
certify that William G. Lock whose name is signed to the writing above and hereto 
annexed bearing date on the 25th day of September  1851 has acknowledged the same 
before me in my county aforesaid Given under my hand this 26th day of September 1851

                                                            John M. Hanly      JP.

Mason County towit

We David George and John M. Hanly Justices of the peace for the county aforesaid in the 
state of Virginia do certify that Susan H. Lock the wife of William G. Lock whose names 
were signed to the writing above and hereto annexed bearing date on the 25th day of 
September 1851 personally appeared before us in county aforesaid and being examined 
by us privily and apart from her husband and having the writing aforesaid fully explained 
to her the said Susan H. Lock acknowledged the said writing to be her act and declared 
that she had willingly executed the same and does not wish to retract it Given under our 
hands this 26th day of September 1851
                                                            David George          JP.
                                                            John M. Hanly          JP.

In the Charlotte County Court Clerk's office 1st December 1851
The foregoing writing together with the certificates of its acknowledgment annexed was 
filed in this office and admitted to record

                                                  Teste          Winslow Robinson CC



 
 

 

 


 

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