This Indenture made this first Day of March Anno Domini MDCCXLV_VI Between William Tucker Senr. of the Parish of Bath in Prince George County of the one part and George Booth Junr. of the sd. parish and County of the other part Witnesseth that the said William for and in Consideration of the Sum of Sixty five pounds Current Money of Virginia to him in hand paid or Secured to be paid at or before the Sealing & Delivery of these presents Hath granted bargained and sold & by these presents doth grant bargain and sell unto the said George . . . all that tract or parcel of Land Scituate Lying and being upon a small branch of Cocks Creek on the North side of Roanoak River in the County of Brunswick Containing two hundred and Eleve acres more or less and bounded as followeth (Vizt.) Beginning at a poplar near the said branch thence North thirty Degrees west one hundred and sixteen pole to a red oak thence North twenty Degrees east one hundred & twenty four pole to a Hiccory thence North ten Degrees east one hundred and Seventy two pole to a Hiccory thence east three Degrees North one hundred and eight pole to a white Oak on the south Side of the Middle Creek or branch thence down the said Creek or branch as it meanders to the said Tucker's Line thence along the said Line to the Beginning it being part of three hundred and sixty one acres of Land heretofore granted to the said Wm. by Letters Pattent bearing Date under the Seal of the Colony the Seventh Day of July Anno Domini MDCCXXVI . . . Signed by William Tucker (by his mark) and witnessed by Henry Jones, Robert Tucker and William Mackenny.

Memorandum That Livery and Seisin of the within mentioned Land was made by the sd. William Tucker Senr. to the within Named George Booth Junr. the day and Year within expressed In Witness whereof the sd. William hath hereunto set his hand and seal. Signed by William Tucker (by his mark) and witnessed by Henry Jones, Robert Tucker, and William Mackenny.

At a Court held for Brunswick County April the 3d 1746. This Indenture was acknowledged by William Tucker one of the Parties thereto & order'd to be Recorded & Elizabeth the wife of the Sd. William appeared in Court & being first privately examined as the Law directs freely & voluntarily relinquished her right of Dower to the Lands Conveyed by the sd. Indenture. Test. Ster: Clack, Clerk.

Deed Book 3, page 168, Brunswick County, Virginia