This Indenture made the twenty Eighth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred between Francis Evans and Elizabeth his wife of Brunswick County of the one part and Hartwell Tucker of the said County of the other part Witnesseth that the said Francis Evans and Elizabeth his wife for and in consideration of one hundred Dollars of lawfull money of this Commonwealth to them in hand paid by the Hartwell Tucker . . . doth bargain and sell unto the said Hartwell Tucker his heirs & assigns a certain tract or parcel of Land lying & being in the County aforesaid & bounded as followeth that is to say by the Lands of Sterling Tucker Benjamin Harris and the said Hartwell Tucker it being the dower Land of the Elizabeth Evans in the Lands of her late husband William Wade decd. . . Signed by Francis Evans (by his mark) and Elizabeth Evans (by her mark) and witnessed by Sterling Tucker, John Tucker, and Thomas Jolley.

Brunswick County Court April 28th 1800. This Indenture of bargain & sale was acknowledged by Francis Evans & Elizabeth his wife & ordered to be recorded previous to which acknowledgment the said Elizabeth being first privily Examined did voluntarily assent thereto.

Deed Book 17, page 534, Brunswick County, Virginia