To all Christian People to whome thses Presents shall Come I Joseph Tucker Senr. Do send Greeting Know Ye that I the sd. Joseph Tucker of Prince George County for and in Consideration of Love good will and Affection which I have and Do bear towards my well Beloved Son in Law John Williamson of Surry County in Albemarle Parish Have Given and Granted by these Presents Do Truly, Clearly & Absolutely Give and Grant unto the sd. John Williamson his Heirs and Assigns One Tract or Paarcel of Land lying situate and being in the sd. Parrish of Albemarle in the County of Surry Containing by Estimation One hundred and fifteen Acres more or less Vizt. Begining on the County line on the South side runing a Straight on the Pattent line to Nathaniel Malones line Thence to Stony Creek thence up the Creek thence Corssing the Creek thence up the Beaver Pond Gutt to the Dividing County line thence along the County line to the to the Begining . . . In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my Seal this the 14th Day of May Anno Dom: 1743 And in the Seventeenth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Second of Great Britain France & Ireland King Defender of the Faith &c. Signed by Joseph Tucker and witnessed by Charles Connally, and Wood Tucker.

Memorandum That Quiet and Peaceable Possession & Seisin of the within mention'd Land and premises was had and taken by the within Named Jos: Tucker and by him Deliver'd to the sd. John Williamson ye 14th Day of May 1743. Signed by Joseph Tucker and witnessed by Charles Connally and Wood Tucker.

At a Court held for Surry County the 18th Day of May 1743. This Indenture and the Livery and Seisin thereon Endorsed were Acknowledged by the within named Joseph Tucker And by the Court order'd to be Recorded.

Deed Book 4, page 117, Surry County, Virginia