Deed
Joel Tucker and wife, Mary,
to
James Thompson

This Indenture made this twenty sixth day of June in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred, between Joel Tucker and Mary his wife of the City of Richmond of the one part, and James Thompson of the other part Witnesseth that the said Joel Tucker and Mary his wife for and in consideration of the sum of forty eight pounds Current money of Virginia to them in hand paid by the said James Thompson the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge, have granted, bargained, and sold, aliened, and Confirmed, and by these presents do grant bargain and sell, alien and confirm unto him the said James Thompson, his heirs and assigns forever, four acres of Land be the same more or less adjoining the land of Jacob Nargela on the West, the street running between the said Jacob Nargelas and John Johnson's Lot now Joseph Greaves's on the North, thence running down the said street, supposed to be near two hundred years, thence Crossing nearly at right angles to Colonel Southall's line, now Reynold's at a branch, thence along the said branch as it meanders to Nargela's line, and along his line to the beginning, which said Lot lies in (Henrico County) Duvals village, "Bowling Green" and were sold by said DuVal, and conveyed by him, by deed, to Charles Burnet, who sold the same to William Parratt and he by his last Will, devised the same with other real estate, to the said Mary his widow, who has since intermarried with the said Joel Tucker, together with all the houses, and improvements of every kind on the said lots or ground To have and to hold the said slip or piece of ground, or lots with all the improvements thereon, to him the said James Thompson, his heirs and assigns, to the only proper use and behoof of him the said James Thompson his heirs and assigns forever And the said Joel Tucker and Mary his wife the said slipe or piece of ground, or lots and all its improvements and appurtenances, against themselves and their heirs, and against the Claim of all other persons whatsoever, to him the said James Thompson, his heirs and assigns by these presents, shall and will warrant and forever defend. In witness whereof the said Joel Tucker and Mary his wife, have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals on the day and year within written. Signed by Joel Tucker and Mary Tucker and witnessed by Francis Hyland, Ebenezer Bridge, and Samuel Coleman.

Richmond June 26 1800 then received of James Thompson the within sum of forty eight pounds, in full of the Consideration within mentioned. Signed by Joel Tucker and witnessed by Ebenezer Bridge, Francis Hyland and Samuel Coleman.

At a monthly Court held for Henrico County at the Courthouse on Monday the seventh day of July 1800. This Indenture was acknowledged by Joel Tucker and Mary his wife parties thereto, she the said Mary having been first privily examined as the Laws directs and together with the receipt thereon endorsed, which was also acknowledged by the said Joel Tucker, are ordered to be recorded.

Deed Book 6, page 34, Henrico County, Virginia.