This Indenture made this 20th day of July in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and Fourteen, Between Martin Tucker of the County of Powhatan of the one part and Jane Toney, wife of Richard Toney of the County aforesaid of the other part; Witnesseth, that the said Martin Tucker for divers good causes and considerations, but more especially for and in consideration of the natural love and affection he entertains for his said daughter Jane Toney, hath given, granted released, and confirmed and by these presents doth give, grant, relinquish and confirm unto the said Jane Toney, her heirs and assigns forever, One certain Negro woman known and called by the name of Barbara, also a negro boy, son of the said Barbara, known and called by the name Primus, with all the future increase of the said Negroe Woman Barbara which said Negroes are now in the possession of the said Jane Toney; and all the right and title to the said Negro Woman Barbara, and Primus, held by the said Martin Tucker, is by him hereby transferred to the said Jane Toney. To have and to hold the said Negroes Barbara and Primus, with all the future increase of the said Negroe Woman Barbara unto her the said Jane Toney, her heirs and assigns forever; And the said Martin Tucker doth by these presents further covenant and agree; for himself, his heirs Executors and administrators, to and with his said daughter, Jane Toney, her heirs and assigns, that he will warrant and defend the right and title of in and to the said Negroes, hereby granted unto the said Jane Toney, her heirs and assigns, in fee simple; against the claim or demand of him the said Martin Tucker or his heirs, or any person or persons whatsoever claiming by he right from or under him or his heirs and also against the claim or demand of all and every person or persons whatsoever; In witness whereof the said Martin Tucker hath to these presents set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year first above written. Signed by Martin Tucker and witnessed by Wm. Clarke, Silas Bryant and John Toney, Junr. At a Court of Quarterly Sessions began & holden for the County of Powhatan on the 20th day of July 1814 The deed of Gift was presented in Court and acknowledged by Martin Tucker, a party thereto to be his act and deed and thereupon the same was Ordered to be recorded.
Deed Book 5, page 77, Powhatan County, Virginia.