Deed dated March 7, 1763, from John Freeman and wife, Abigail, of Amherst County, to Paran Farrah, for £20, conveying 300 acres. Witnesses were Matthew Tucker, Charles Bond, Jr., and Joseph Ballenger. Deed Book A, page 99, Amherst County, Virginia.

Indenture dated March 28, 1763, between Pearce Wade and Joshua Fowler of Amherst County, regarding promise to pay Drury Tucker or heirs, etc., £50 on or before 20 October ensuing. Bond in the amount of £110. Witnesses were William Cabell, Jr., Robert Yancey, and Richard Powell. Deed Book A, page 152, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated July 7, 1763, from John Hunter of Buckingham County to Josiah Wood, for £40, conveying 400 acres on Nassau Creek and the Admiral Mountain adjoining land of Walter King. Witnesses were William Cabell, Matthew Tucker, and Joseph Cabell. Deed Book A, page 156, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated July 2, 1764, from Jacob Wright and wife, Elizabeth, of Amherst County to William Harris of Albemarle County, for £70 15 shillings, conveying 590 acres on North side and adjoining Rockfish, being part of 990 acres belonging to Jacob Writh. Witnesses were James Nevil, Matthew Tucker and Joseph Dawson. Jacob Wright signed by his mark. Elizabeth Wright signed by her mark. Deed Book A, page 227, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated April 10, 1765, from Joseph Ballenger of Amherst County to Richard Ballenger of same, for £50, conveying 232 acres on branch of Beavor (sic) Creek and part of a 2000 acre patent granted to Joseph and Richard Ballenger. Lines: Top of Ballengers Mountain, Joseph Mays. Witnesses were Henry Franklin and Drury Tucker (by his mark). Deed Book A, page 335, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated April 10, 1765, from Joseph and Richard Ballenger of Amherst County, to Henry Franklyn of same, for £42, conveying 156 acres on branch of Beavour Creek and being part of 2,000 acres granted to Joseph and Richard Ballenger by patent. Lines: George Seaton. Witnesses were Drury Tucker (by his mark), Henry Franklyn, Jr., and James Franklyn. Deed Book A, page 338, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated July 14, 1766, from Carter Braxton of King William County, to Matthew Tucker of Amherst County, for £36, conveying 144 acres on both sides of Buffaloe, being part of a tract of Braxton's. Lines: George Seaton, N side of Buffaloe, Braxton; in Tucker's possession. Witnesses were George Seaton, Edmd. Wilcox, Hugh Rose, William Walton, and Gabriel Penn. Deed Book B, page 105, Amherst County, Virginia.

Indenture dated July 30, 1766, from James Bush of Amherst County to McPherson & Minzies, of Henrico County, Merchants, 5 shillings to secured debt of bond as of July 30, 1766, of £106-16-2 half penny and principal of £53-8-1 penny farthing, conveying 75 acres joining Thomas Parks and Henry Childers and piece of land that Peter Field Trent bought of Benjamin Stinnett and same land James Bush bought of John Stinnett; also 373 acres that James Buxh bought from Glover Davenport and where John Berry lives joining William Cabell, Jr. and Thomas Parks; also one cow marked with John Stinnett's mark and calf with his own makr. One cow with Drury Tucker's makr and calf with mine. Two red "Earlings" and other stock and household goods. Witnesses were Thomas Reid, Gabriel Penn and William Penn. Signed by James Bush (by his mark). Deed Book B, page 122, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated August 20, 1768 from Jeremiah Wade of Albemarle County to John Parks of Amherst County, for £40, conveying 378 acres head of "Frankling" and Tharahers creek in the coves of the Mountains. Witnesses were Mattw. Tucker, Joseph Ballenger and Drury Tucker (by his mark). Wife of Jeremiah Wade consents. Deed Book B, page 348, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated November 8, 1770, from John Parks of Amherst County to Matthew Tucker of same, for £65, conveying 223 & 1/8 acres on East side of Piney Mountain, top of Taliaferro Mountain. Witnesses were Joseph Tucker, George Penn, and Drury Tucker. Ann, wife of John Parks, relinquished right of dower. Deed Book C, page 132, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated August 15, 1771, from Ambrose Porter and wife, Jimimia, to John Scott for £130, conveying 310½ acres on South branch of Buffalo, adjoining lands of Drury Tucker. Witnesses were Gabriel Pennn, Thomas Lumpkin, Benjamin Taliaferro, and Aaron Higginbotham. Deed Book C, page 234, Amherst County, Virginia.

Sheriff's Bond of James Dillard, dated November 4, 1771. Appointed by governor on October 15, last. Bond in the amount of £500. Bondsmen were Joseph Cabell, David Crawford, Cornl. Thomas, Dudley Gatewood, Jas. Gatewood, Rich. Gatewood, Henry Bell, Jas. Christian, Geo. Hilton, Drury Christian, Thos. Joplin, Jas. Pamplin, Wm. Horsley, John Dillard, and Joseph Tucker. Deed Book C, page 255, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed of Trust dated March 20, 1772, from John Kennady of Amherst County to Alexander Spiers, and John Bowman & Co., regarding debt of £35-16-11, for 5 shillings conveying 96 acres on Buffalo and three tracts belonging to Phillip Penn, Matt. Tucker & James Gatewood. Also stock, furniture, etc. Witnesses were Thomas Reid, Alexander Gordon, and George Weir. Deed Book C, page 300, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed of Trust dated March 31, 1772, from John Whitehead of Amherst County to Spiers and Bowman, for 5 shillings, conveying slave, Sam; land where Whitehead lives. Witnesses were Matthew Tucker, Joseph Tucker and Alexander Gordon. Deed Book C, page 306, Amherst County, Virginia.

Matthew Tucker, together with Gabriel Penn, William Loving, John Dillard and Edmund Wilcox, bondman for Sheriff's bond in the amount of £1000 to faithfully collect levies, of John Dillard. Bond dated May 4, 1772. Deed Book C, page 317, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated May 3, 1772, from Richard Allcock and wife, Frances, of Amherst County, to William Cabell, Jr. of same, for £800, conveying 1070 acres North branch of Tie. Part of 7881 acres mortgage to Lunsford Lomas to late Philip Grymes, August 7, 1756 and land whereon Amherst Courthouse now stands, adjoining lands of Waler, King, a mt., Allcock, top of a mt., crossing 2 branches, Lucas Powell, Edmd. Wilcox, Jno. Cartwright, Geo. Blain. Witnesses were Zach. Taliaferro, Edmd. Wilcox, Jos. Tucker, Thos. Hawkins, Jas. Stevens, Jos. Cabell, Jno. Sale, and Richard Tankersley. Deed Book C, page 332, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated August 3, 1772, from George McDaniel of Amherst County to Drury Tucker of same for £3, conveying 54 acres on Tobacco Row Mt. joining land of Abraham Penn. Marginal note indicates that original delivered to Joseph Tucker. Deed Book C, page 374, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated September 21, 1772, from Abraham Penn of Amherst County to Drury Tucker of same, for £150, conveying 301 acres on South side branch of Harris Creek and East of Tobacco Row Mountains. Being tract of land purchased by Penn from Baylor Walker of King and Queen County by two deeds recorded in Amherst County for 136 acres by deed dated October 5, 1767, adjoining the lines of John Harris and the other tract by deed dated March 4, 1771, for 165 acres purchased from George McDaniel. Witnesses to the deed were Edmund Wilcox, Benjamin Taliaferro, Thomas Lumpkin, Joseph Cabell, Matthew Tucker, Gabriel Penn. Marginal note that original delivered to Joseph Tucker October 30, 1779. Deed Book C, page 429, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated August 3, 1772, from George McDaniel of Amherst County to Drury Tucker of same for £3, conveying 54 acres on Tobacco Row Mt. joining land of Abraham Penn. Marginal note indicates that original delivered to Joseph Tucker. Deed Book C, page 374, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated September 21, 1772, from Abraham Penn of Amherst County to Drury Tucker of same, for £150, conveying 301 acres on South side branch of Harris Creek and East of Tobacco Row Mountains. Being tract of land purchased by Penn from Baylor Walker of King and Queen County by two deeds recorded in Amherst County for 136 acres by deed dated October 5, 1767, adjoining the lines of John Harris and the other tract by deed dated March 4, 1771, for 165 acres purchased from George McDaniel. Witnesses to the deed were Edmund Wilcox, Benjamin Taliaferro, Thomas Lumpkin, Joseph Cabell, Matthew Tucker, Gabriel Penn. Marginal note that original delivered to Joseph Tucker October 30, 1779. Deed Book C, page 429, Amherst County, Virginia.

Deed dated December 4, 1772, from Edward Ware of Amherst County to Matthew Tucker of same for 20 shillings, conveying 4 acres on Horsley Creek, adjoining land of William Carrell. Land purchased from William Carrell. Witnesses were Joseph Tucker, Thomas Lumpkin and Joseph Cabell. Deed Book C, page 441, Amherst County, Virginia.