Miscellaneous Waller Deeds

Submitted by Ed Waller 9 July 2000

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Deed between Thomas BEDFORD and Starling WALLER - 3 Oct 1796.
Recorded in Mecklenburg Co. Deed Book # 9, p. 211.

This indenture made this third day of October, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-
six between Thomas Bedford of Mecklenburg County of the one part and Starling Waller 
of the same place of the other part.  Witnesseth that the said Thomas Bedford for and in 
consideration of the sum of twenty-six pounds current money in hand paid the receipt 
being hereby acknowledged & himself fully satisfied and paid by the said Starling Waller 
doth give grant and bargain and sell and confirm to him the said Starling Waller his heirs 
and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county of 
Mecklenburg on the south side of Meherrin River Beginning at the mouth of a long 
branch joining Drury Allen, thence up the said branch as it meanders to the east fork 
thence up the east fork to a corner on Marshall's line thence S72 E10 chains 70 links to a 
corner Hicory (as spelled) on William's line thence N16 E sixty-nine chains to the river 
thence up the river to the Beginning with all and singularly the privileges and 
appurtenances there unto belonging or in any wise appertaining to have and to hold the 
said land and premises with all the appurtenances to him said Starling Waller his heirs 
and assigns forever to have, hold, use, occupy, possess, and enjoy the same with every 
part and parcel thereof to him said Starling Waller his heirs and the said Thomas Bedford 
his heirs and to by these presents warrant and ever defend in witness whereof, he the said 
Thomas Bedford doth set his hand and affix his seal the day above written.
Signed sealed and delivered
In the presence of
R. Vaughn
John Ryland
Benjamin Malone
William Drumright (Sr.)
James Williams

(note:  Proved in court 10 Oct 1796)


Land Deed between Starling WALLER and James DRUMRIGHT - 10 Apr 1800.


This indenture made the tenth day of April one thousand eight hundred between Starling 
Waller of Mecklenburg County of the one part and James Drumright of the same county 
of the other part.  Witness that said Starling Waller for and in consideration of the sum of 
thirty seven pounds ten shillings good and lawful money of Virginia to him in hand paid 
by the said James Drumright before the sealing and delivery of these presents hath 
bargained, sold alienated and confirm to the said James Drumright certain tract or parcel 
of land lying in Mecklenburg County containing fifty acres be the same more or less 
bounded as follows.  Beginning at a corner pine on James Williams' line thence along the 
said Williams line to a corner Hickory thence along thence along (note: words appear 
twice in the document) the said Williams line and Woods Jones line to a corner white oak 
on Daniel Waller's thence along Daniel Waller's line to a corner ash on the great branch 
thence a new line to the beginning and the reversion and reversions remainders right 
estate benefit claim dormant of us or to the same on my part thereof to have and to hold 
to him the said James Drumright his heirs (2 words indistinct) or assigns forever and the 
said Starling Waller for himself and his heirs assigns will warrant and forever defend the 
said tract of land from all persons whatsoever to the only use and behalf of him the said 
James Drumright him and his heirs and assigns forever.  In witness thereof the said 
Starling Waller hath hereto set his hand and seal the day, year above written, Signed 
Sealed and Delivered.

In the presence of 
William Drumright                                               Starling Waller (his mark)
Richard Crowder
Adams Crutchfield (his mark)

At the court held for Mecklenburg County the 14th day of April 1800.
   This indenture was proved by the oaths of  William Drumright, Richard Crowder, and 
Adams Crutchfield witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and Rebecca Waller, 
wife of the said Starling personally appeared in Court and being (word indistinct) 
examined, voluntarily relinquished her right of dower in the estate conveyed by the said 
indenture.

					                /s/ William Baskerville 


Transcribed by Ed Waller, 3 July 2000.

Land Deed between James DRUMRIGHT and Starling WALLER, 4 Sep 1806.
Recorded in Mecklenburg Co. Deed Book # 13, p. 44.

This indenture made the fourth day of September one thousand eight-hundred and six 
between James Drumright of Mecklenburg County of the one part and Starling Waller of 
the other part witnesseth that the said James Drumright for and in consideration of the 
sum of twenty pounds good and lawful money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said 
Starling Waller before the sealing and delivery of these presents hath bargained, sold, 
alienated, and confirmed and by these presents doth bargain, sell, alienate, and confirm to 
the said Starling Waller a certain tract or parcel of land lying in Mecklenburg County 
containing Eighteen acres be the same more or less bounded as follows beginning at a 
corner Beech at the mouth of a branch on Meherrin River thence up the said branch to a 
corner maple at the head of said branch, thence a new line to a corner spanish oak thence 
a new line to a corner read oak on said Waller's old line to a corner ash on Meherrin 
River thence down said river to the beginning and reversion or reversions remainder 
rights estate benefit claim Demand of in or the same or any part thereof to have and to 
hold to him the said Starling Waller his heirs Executors administrators or assigns forever 
and the said James Drumright for himself and his heirs assigns will warrant and forever 
defend the said tract of land from all persons whatsoever to the only use and behoof (as 
written) of him the said Starling Waller him and his heirs and assigns forever.  In witness 
whereof the said James Drumright hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and date 
above written.
Signed Sealed & Delivered
In the presence of                                                 /s/ James Drumright
William Drumright Sr.
Lucy Drumright (her mark)
William Drumright Jr.


Transcribed by Ed Waller, 3 July 2000.

Land deed between Starling WALLER and Frederick Mathias, dated 24 July 1811.

This indenture made this twenty fourth day of July eighteen hundred and eleven between 
Starling Waller of the one part and Frederick Mathias of the other part witnesseth that the 
said Waller for and in consideration of the sum of Thirty pounds to him in hand paid the 
receipt of which to him doth acknowledge hath this day sold to the said Mathias a part of 
his land lying in the county of Mecklenburg to wit thirty-one acres be the same more or 
less beginning on Meherrin River on a Sugar tree thence a South direction to a corner 
post oak on a small branch, thence down the said branch as it meanders to the big branch 
thence down the said branch as it meanders to Meherrin River, thence down the said river 
to the beginning.  To have and to hold the said land with all the appurtenances thereon 
belonging thereto and the said Waller doth hereby warrant and defend the said land and 
all its contents to the said Mathias from all (word indistinct) person or persons forever in 
witness whereof the said Waller hath hereunto set his hand & seal the day of the year 
above written.

Witness:  Henry Wilson, Wm. Williams              Starling Waller (his mark)
Wood Jones, James Ricker (?)

At a court held for Mecklenburg County this 19th day of August 1811, This indenture was 
acknowledged by Starling Waller a party thereto and ordered to be recorded.

                                                  Test.  /s/ William Baskerville 

Tax Receipt - Starling WALLER, dated 15 Aug 1816.

1816  August 15     Received of James Nalley for Starling Waller the sum of one dollar 
fifty-five cents for the tax damage and all charges on 6 ½ acres of land returned for the 
non-payment of taxes in the name of Starling Waller for the year 1809 in the county of 
Mecklenburg, which is vested in the president and directors of the literacy fund.

                                              Truly recorded:  Edw. L. Tabb

NOTE:  There are many of these receipts in the records for Mecklenburg County 
residents.  James Nalley appears to be an agent or tax collector for the county.



Land Deed between Starling WALLER, Daniel MIDDAGH and Wood JONES, dated 3 
October 1817.   Recorded in Mecklenburg Co. Deed book #17, p. 408.

This indenture made this third day of October in the year one thousand eight hundred and 
seventeen between Starling Waller and Daniel Middagh of the county of Mecklenburg of 
the one part and Wood Jones of the same county of the other part.  Witnesseth that the 
said Starling Waller and Daniel Middagh for an in consideration of the sum of one 
hundred and twenty dollars to them in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby 
acknowledged hath granted, bargained, and sold and do give grant, bargain and sell (2 
words indistinct) release and confirm unto the said Wood Jones and his heirs a certain 
tract of land lying in the said county of Mecklenburg containing thirty acres of land more 
or less and is bounded as follows (word indistinct).  By the land of Wood Jones on the 
west & south, by the land of John Simmons on the east and by Meherrin River on the 
north, including the aforesaid quantity of thirty acres of land be the same within the said 
boundaries more or less. To have and to hold the aforesaid tract of land and premises 
together with all & singular the advantages and privileges thereunto belonging or in any 
way appertaining to him the said Wood Jones and his heirs forever and the said Starling 
Waller and Daniel Middagh for themselves and their heirs all and singular  the premises 
before these presents mentioned to be granted and every part and parcel thereof with 
every their appurtinances to him the said Wood Jones and his heirs forever shall and will 
warrant and forever defend by these presents the right and  (word indistinct) against the 
claim or claims of all and every person or persons whatsoever.  In witness whereof the 
said Starling Waller and Daniel Middagh have hereunto set their hands and seals the day 
and year above written.
Signed Sealed and Delivered                                 Starling Waller (his mark)
In the presence of                                                   D. Middagh
Robert Jones	Geo. Jones Jr. (his mark)
Daniel Waller	John Waller 

At a court held for Mecklenburg County the 16th day of March 1818, This indenture was 
proved by the oath of Daniel Waller a witness thereto and at a court held for the said 
County the 17th day of August 1818 this indenture was further proved by the…..(end of 
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Transcribed by Ed Waller, 3 July 2000.