Louisa County, Va. Deed Records - Book EE

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Book: EE, Page: 630, Grantor: William J. Johnston, Grantee: John C. Gordon both, Date: 03-Feb-1860
William J. Johnston to John C. Gordon both of Louisa Co. stove, pipe, buggy, 2 cows, 1 tin safe, 1 clock, 1 double barrel gun, bedsteads, etc stock of material s wherewith the sd. William J. Johnson carries out the trade of a saddler and all the open accounts and bonds due to him In trust if sale made to be advertised at store door of J. A. Ballman at Mechanicsville, Louisa. Sig. Wm. J. Johnson.

Book: CC, Page: 660, Grantor: Mary Byrd, Grantee: received from Joseph Talley, Date: 11-Mar-1854
Mary Byrd of Jackson Co., Alabama widow of Nathaniel Byrd, dec'd. late of said County and daughter of Mary Gibson, dec'd late of Louisa Against David M. Hunter of Louisa Va. power of Attorney to received from Joseph Talley of Louisa money due me. Sig. Mary Byrd.

Book: EE, Page: 662, Grantor: John T. Seargeant and Susan D. his wife, Grantee: William Johnson, Date: 16-Feb-1860
John T. Seargeant and Susan D. his wife of Louisa to William Johnson for $950 all my land containing 140 acres adjoining Doct. Dickinson, William Seargeant also 1 Negro Sucky, 2 horses, 5 cattle, 8 hogs, one 2-horse wagon, one 2-horse plow, two 1-horse plows, 6 beds, 12 chairs, 1 bureau, 1 table and furniture sig. John T. Seargeant and Susan D. his wife.

Book: FF, Page: 17, Grantor: Hughson, J?? W.., Grantee: Perkins, Thomas P., Date: 09-Apr-1860
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Book: FF, Page: 32, Grantor: Charles G. Goodman,, Grantee: Wm. S. Duke, Date: 01-Mar-1859
Charles G. Goodman, exor of Ro. S. Ogg, to Wm. S. Duke, sale of land

Book: FF, Page: 45, Grantor: William T. Davis, Grantee:  , Date:  
William T. Davis late of Albemarle died intestate. George W. Davis entitled to 1/11 interest in land in Louisa county called Pleasant Hill, 213 a, Geo. W and Mar R. his wife to Apollos A. Davis $290.50. George W. evidently in Richmond.

Book: FF, Page: 45, Grantor: William T. Davis, Grantee: George W. Davis, Date: 17-Dec-1858
William T. Davis late of Albemarle departed this life intestate holding land in Louisa called Pleasant Hill to which George W. Davis is heir to 1/11 of the 20 acres. George W. Davis and Mary R. his wife to Apollos A. Davis for $290.50. Justices of Richmond certify for George W. Davis.

Book: FF, Page: 85, Grantor: Poindexter, Dabney and Nancy, Grantee: May, John S., Date: 11-Jun-1860
Dabney Poindexter and Nancy his wife, is executor of Charles M. Poindexter, dec'd and John S. May sell at public auction in Louisa, on waters of Hickory Creek, being same as sold by William H. Poindexter to said Charles M. Poindexter, now dec'd. Beg. At Chas. M. Poindexter's gate near Hickory Creek, continuing east with the meanders of a path known by the name of the Bridge?, path to the Fredericksburg Road and to a large white oak on the west side of the road, thence turning north with said road to a corner post oak with the land formerly owned by Joseph Freeman, thence west to corner with Charles C. Danne near Hickory Creek, thence south to beginning. 140 acres.

Book: FF, Page: 92, Grantor: Louisa Gold Mining Co., Grantee: John Hunter, Date: 10-Aug-1860
Whereas by deed 24 Dec 1855 recorded 17 Jan 1856 the Louisa Gold Mining Co. did convey to John Hunter of Louisa and Egert R. Watson of Albemarle, Virginia all property mixed and personal of said Louisa Gold Mining Co. near branches of N. E. Creek supposed to contain the aggregate of 700 acres more or less it being the same premises which were purchased some years since by George H. Thomson of City of Phildelphia, Pa. of Thoms B. Harris, Anderson Talley, James L. Harris, Lewis Thomasson and others and which said George H. Thomson and wife and the North East Gold Mining Co. by deed and release conveyed unto said Louisa Gold Mining Co. to which deed for a better understanding heretofore is made. In Trust to secure to various parties from Louisa Gold Mining Co. and whereas Edward Gratz one of the creditors named in said deed of trust acting for himself and other creditors requested John Hunter and Egbert Watson to sell said property. John Hunter refused but Egbert Watson acted, advertised in the North American and United States Gazette ( a paper in Phildelphia) once a week for four weeks, put notice on Courthouse at Louisa for more than 30 days, did sell at public auction to highest bidder when Edward Gratz of Phildelphia purchased for $12,500 land containing 700 acres more or less. Notary of Phildelphia certified for Gratz.

Book: FF, Page: 110, Grantor: William D. Johnson, Grantee: Thomas B. Johnson, Date: 10-Nov-1858
William D. Johnson to Thomas B. Johnson all of Louisa for love and affection sd. William D. Johnson bears for his son Thomas B Johnson and $1 534 acres being all the land William D. Johnson purchased of Matthew D. Anderson on the north side of Taylors Creek adj. F. L. Duke, Nathaniel H. Turner, estate of William Hope, John B. Jones and William A. Gammon, Sd. William D. Johnson , Mary A. Anderson. Sig. William D. Johnson. ex and sent to Thos. B. Johnson, Jr.

Book: FF, Page: 113, Grantor: William D. Mansfield, Grantee: Ann F. Mansfield, Date: 29-Jul-1860
William D. Mansfield died 29 Jul 1860 and Ann F. Mansfield his executrix buys slaves from John L. Taylor and others.

Book: FF, Page: 167, Grantor: Robert g. Mansfield and Evelina G. Mansfield, Grantee: William H. Mansfield, Date: 21-Jun-1858
Robert g. Mansfield and Evelina G. Mansfield to William H. Mansfield $5.00 for 66 2/3 acres ; land assigned them in division of their fathers estate also 150 1/2 acres assigned to Mary B. Mansfield as her dower, she being widow of John G. Mansfield.

Book: FF, Page: 189, Grantor: Edwin Baker, Grantee: R. B. Davis, Date: 07-Jan-1861
Edwin Baker indebted to R. B. Davis $700 bond Mar 1858 one note on bil for $46 date 14 Mar 1860 and one bond for $1,186.62 date 1 Jan 1861. Joseph M. Baker trustee. DEED TRUST

Book: FF, Page: 190, Grantor: Reuben B. Davis and William K Moss administrators, Grantee: Francis O. Moss, Date: 08-Jan-1861
Reuben B. Davis and William K Moss administrators of Nelson Moss, dec'd to Francis O. Moss for $6,724.25 land near Rock Creek adj. Clayton G. Coleman 527 a. land Nelson Moss died seized adj. Lewis Harris, Coleman, C. Cosby, Nelson Moss by will directed land to be sold after death of his wife which has happened. Land was auctioned and Francis O. Moss highest bidder at $13./a.

Book: FF, Page: 197, Grantor: Edwin J. Baker, Grantee: Joseph M. Baker, Date: 08-Jan-1861
Edwin J. Baker to Joseph M. Baker surplus of slaves that may remain of either Negroes or money mentioned in deed of trust Edwin J. Baker to Joseph M. Baker to secure to Reuben B. Davis . Property due Edwin Baker as one of the members of the firm of Baker and Davis.

Book: FF, Page: 207, Grantor: Edwin I. Baker, Grantee: R. B. Davis, Date: 14-Jan-1861
Edwin I. Baker sells to R. B. Davis for $5.00 entire interest in Tobacco of the firm of Davis and Baker who have been lately partners in the manufacture of tobacco. This Bill of Sale embraces all Tobacco now in the hands of sundry firms belonging to the late firm of Baker and Davis to wit; Charles D D Ford and Co., Jacob Heald and Col. Warwick Frick and Ball, Armistead Riggs and co. John P. Pleasants and son, Clark and Pegman of the city of Baltimore, Md., Also John W. Stewart of Alexandria, Va. Camp Bousall and co, Norfolk, Va., Marion Colbert, Hampton, Va., James Scofield, Hampton, Va., Mapeubrug and Cary, Hampton, Va., Morris and Gwathmey, Portsmouth, Va., Messenburt and son, Macon, Georgia, Duke and Hutcheson, Richmond, Va., Levi Jacobs, Richmond, R. I. Glendy, Staunton, Va. Also all tobacco in hands of a firm in Livingston, Va. All tobacco in the factory in Louisa County. All money in said firm. Davis is to pay off all debts of firm and assume all liabilities. Davis is to have all remainder of money if any. Deed proved by oaths of James M. Trice and Joseph K. Pendleton.

Book: FF, Page: 282, Grantor: Harris, Nathaniel & wife, Grantee: Hancock, Horatio P., Date: 25-Mar-1861
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Book: FF, Page: 304, Grantor:  , Grantee:  , Date: 30-Jul-1861
Memorandum: In Circuit court of Louisa Reuben B. Davis vs. Samuel Condon of New York, Thomas Martin of Brooklyn New York and others. the general object of this suit is to attach the estate of the said Comden or Camden and Martin in this state in this state and the satisfaction of claims of Davis against Comdem and Martin. The estate of Comden and Martin consists of their undivided interest in the Wheal Maria copper Minning Co. consisting of about 100 a. of land near Tolersville Depot about 2 miles north of the Virginia Central Rail Road adj. lands of Edwin Baker, George Groom and others . Also the interest of Conden and Martin in two engine attached to the Mining property and other fixtures and a persons whose estate is intended to be effected by this proceeding are the defendants Samuel Conden and Thomas Martin.

Book: FF, Page: 306, Grantor: Nathan Talley and Richard C. Talley, Grantee: Reuben B. Davis, Date: 10-Jun-1861
Nathan Talley and Richard C. Talley as commissioners for heirs of Richard Talley, dec'd of Spotsylvania co. to Reuben B. Davis of Louisa for $5,584.50 620 3/4 a. (1/4 are served for burying ground) bounded by R. B. Davis Charles Harris, Dr. William Goodwin and others.

Book: FF, Page: 320, Grantor: John C. Houchins and Jane S. his wife, Grantee: Thomas H. Mallory, Date: 25-Dec-1861
John C. Houchins and Jane S. his wife, of Louisa to Thomas H. Mallory for $500 for 70 acres adj. Clark Crew, James D. Bragg and the original tract of Thomas H. Mallory on north side of 3 Chopt Road. Sig. John c. Houchins and Jane S. Houchens.

Book: FF, Page: 324, Grantor: Thomas M. Diggs and Martha, his wife, Grantee: John J. Houchins, Date: 25-Mar-1858
Thomas M. Diggs and Martha, his wife, to John J. Houchins of Louisa for $750 for 120 acres adjoining John B. Diggs, Thomas H. Mallory, William Rennolds, Robert Brown, sd. Houchins, and Elizabeth Weldy.

Book: FF, Page: 349, Grantor: Hugh Davis and Margaret F., Charles T. Davis and M, Grantee: Joseph N. Philips., Date: 24-Dec-1860
Hugh Davis and Margaret F., Charles T. Davis and Mary M, Anarno Freen and Bettie A., Henry Harris and Martha M., Larkin G. Rucker and Lavina A., Lucitta I Robinson, Sallie A. Davis, William Dudley Davis, and Fountain B. Davis heirs of Appollos A. Davis to Joseph N. Philips.

Book: FF, Page: 372, Grantor: Watkins, Frogeaur F., Grantee: Lasley, John O., Captain, Date: 22-Apr-1861
Regarding a parcel of 270 acres of land on which Mary WATKINS resides and which adjoins the land of John B. LASLEY. All interest in one-fourth of the parcel is transferred to John O. Lasley for the amount of $100.

Book: FF, Page: 403, Grantor: John R. Quarles and Charles G. Goodman, Grantee:  , Date: 09-Jun-1862
John R. Quarles and Charles G. Goodman bound $5,000 on bond of John R. Quarles elected Commissioner of Revenue.

Book: FF, Page: 417, Grantor: Charles G. Goodman and Keziah Goodman his wife, Grantee: William J. Carter, Date: 14-Jun-1858
Charles G. Goodman and Keziah Goodman his wife to William J. Carter $441 for tract adjoining William J. Carter cont. 39 5/8 acres adjoining Carter, Caroline Road.

Book: FF, Page: 423, Grantor: Henry W. Jones and Elizabeth A. his wife, Grantee: George A. Goodman, Date: 01-Oct-1862
Henry W. Jones and Elizabeth A. his wife of Louisa to George A. Goodman of same $5,500 for tract adjoining Dr. Charles Quarles, Mrs. Sarah Branham containing 201 1/2 acres. Margin note to G. A. Goodman 29 Mar 1866.

Book: FF, Page: 432, Grantor: James E. Smith and Luce E. Smith his wife, Grantee: John B. Smith, Date: 17-Dec-1862
James E. Smith and Luce E. Smith his wife of Louisa to John B. Smith of same $1,400, 1/3 of a tract of land cont. 81 acres on south side of main county road and being land conveyed to James E. and John B. Smith by James Chewning also 1/3 of tract containing 67 9/10 acres adjoining Richard Kennon being land conveyed to John B. and James E. Smith by said Kennon, James E. having 1/3

Book: FF, Page: 442, Grantor: John Hunter and William Stout and Letitia his wife, Grantee: William Warren, Date: 30-Dec-1862
John Hunter and William Stout and Letitia his wife 1st part and William Warren, Jr. President of Victoria Furnace Mining and Manufacturing Co. 2nd part John Hunter has sold to William Warren for $12,000 land on Contrary Creek conveyed by Thomas Mayberry and Eleanor his wife to John Hunter and William Stout 18 May 1840 with the iron ore, brick and furnace thereon known as Victoria furnace. Also what remains of what was known as the Gardner tract, a portion of the Gardner tract having been conveyed to Nathan A. Ware by John Hunter and William Stout by deed.

Book: FF, Page: 455, Grantor: Omahundro, R. F. and Margaret, Grantee: Netherland, William A., Date: 17-Sep-1862
DB FF – 455 17 Sep 1862 R. F. Omahundro and Margaret his wife and William A. Netherland $2,513 same tract were Netherland now resides 270 acres adjoining corner of late Nathaniel Mills, deceased, Robert Dalton, Thomas Gooch, deceased, and others.

Book: FF, Page: 469, Grantor: Jones, Robert & wife, Grantee: Danne, Charles, Date: 12-Mar-1862
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Book: FF, Page: 485, Grantor: Reuben Gilbert and Jane his wife, Grantee: Thomas H. Mallory, Date: 14-Feb-1863
Reuben Gilbert and Jane his wife of Louisa to Thomas H. Mallory of same for $750 for 75 acres in Louisa adjoining Clark Crew? and Thomas H. Mallory . wit. D. W. Perkins.

Book: FF, Page: 496, Grantor: John C. Houchins and Jane S. Houchins his wife, Grantee: Wm. Reynolds, Date: 01-Apr-1863
John C. Houchins and Jane S. Houchins his wife of Louisa to Wm. Reynolds of same for $141.50 for 19 acres plus adjoining 3 Chopt Rd., Thomas H. Maoolry, William Reynolds, L. W. Leake. Sig. John C. Houchins and Jane S. Houchins.

Book: FF, Page: 509, Grantor: Reuben B. Davis and Ann Maria his wife 1st part, R, Grantee: Davis by Nathan Talley and Richard Talle, Date: 13-Jul-1863
Reuben B. Davis and Ann Maria his wife 1st part, Richard R. Towsey end part $2,900 land Louisa co. adj. Charles Harris, Willia H. Goodwin and others 430 a being a tract of land conveyed to Davis by Nathan Talley and Richard Talley commissioners to sell land of Richard Talley, dec'd. by deed 22 Oct 1860.

Book: FF, Page: 510, Grantor: William H. Crank and Annie Branham, Grantee: Thomas J. Mickie, Date: 20-Nov-1862
William H. Crank and Annie Branham exors of John L. Branham dec'd., George H. Branham and Mary his wife, Henry W. Jones and Elizabeth his wife, William S. Carter and Martha A. his wife and Charles G. Goodman to Thomas J. Mickie By deed 1 Feb 1856 Thomas J. Mickie and wife, P. H. Mickie, William J. Mickie and wife, Mary A. Mickie and Pamela A. Mickie sole heirs of Patrick Mickie, Dorothy Mickie, Jam D. Mickie .... Goodman purchaser at public sale.

Book: FF, Page: 521, Grantor: James D. Nuckols and Martha his wife, Grantee: James E. Smith, Date: 22-Mar-1864
Deed 10 Apr 1863 James D. Nuckols and Martha his wife of Louisa to James E. Smith of same $3,000 tract known as Yanceyville Mill property adjoining James D. Nuckols, Granville Bullock, D. Anderson, Carolina Road, old black smith shop, containing 12 3/4 acres . Sig. James D. Nuckols and Martha Nuckols. Rec. 16 Dec 1863 [Margin Note] examined and delivered to James E. Smith 22 Mar 1864 [This deed was lost an recorded in DB GG p 52]

Book: FF, Page: 523, Grantor: John C. Houchins and Jane S. Houchins his wife, Grantee: Lewis W. Leake, Date: 01-Apr-1863
John C. Houchins and Jane S. Houchins his wife of Louisa to Lewis W. Leake for $238.43 3/4 for tract on both sides 3 Nothced Rd. containing 301/4 acres adj. Thomas Mallory, William Reynolds, Frank Sanders heirs, and Elizabeth Welry[?], Clark Crew.

Book: FF, Page: 532, Grantor: John J. Butler and Ann his wife, Grantee: David T. Butler, Date: 26-Jun-1863
John J. Butler and Ann his wife to David T. Butler all of Louisa for $500, tract containing 195 acres being same land David T. Butler and Angelina conveyed to me by deed 11 Mar 1854 and same tract said David now lives. [Sig.] John J. Butler and Ann Butler. Justices of Louisa certify for Ann 4 Aug 1863. Rec. 24 Aug 1863

Book: FF, Page: 537, Grantor: George W. I. Harper and Martha his wife, Grantee: America A. Tisdale, Date: 29-Sep-1863
George W. I. Harper and Martha his wife of Louisa to America A. Tisdale and her children of same in consideration of undivided interest of Charles H. Tisdale and America A. his wife in the land of Nathaniel Madison McGehee dec'd. to tract in Louisa on headwaters of Harris Creek adjoining James Butler, Mariah Tisdale, Harden Perkins containing 131 34 acres. Sig. G. W. I. Harper and Martha A. Harper Rec. 3 Sep 1863.

Book: FF, Page: 539, Grantor: Jno. J. Gordon trustee of William J. Johnston, Grantee: Jno. J. Gordon trustee of William J. Johnston, Date:  
Account of sale by Jno. J. Gordon trustee of William J. Johnston, 6 Oct. 1860. See Deed Book 1857 p. 630 for deed of trust. total $266.85. Recorded 28 Sept. 1863.

Book: FF, Page: 587, Grantor: Benjamin Hester, Grantee: Nathan Talley and John A. Tinder, Date: 14-Jan-1864
Benjamin Hester of Spotsylvania County, Va. to Nathan Talley and John A. Tinder of Louisa and Benjamin Herring of Spotsylvania, all his right to estate of John Hester, Dec'd. of Louisa.

Book: FF, Page: 612, Grantor: David Anderson Jr. and Sarah Ann his wife, Grantee: James E. Smith, Date: 04-Mar-1864
David Anderson, Jr. and Sarah Ann his wife of Louisa to James E. Smith of same $200 lot near Yanceyville cont. 1 acre bounded as in deed Samuel Leake and John Hunter dated 23 May 1856 rec. Clerks office the house thereon having previously been sold by said Anderson to Smith and by him removed. Sig. D. Anderson, Jr. and Sarah A. Anderson Rec. 22 Mar 1864.

Book: FF, Page: 630, Grantor: Charles G. Goodman, Grantee: Militus Gooch, Date:  
Charles G. Goodman on bond of Militus Gooch Sheriff.

Book: FF, Page: 638, Grantor: William H. Mansfield and Cordelia D. his wife, Grantee: Edward S. Mansfield, Date: 15-Sep-1864
William H. Mansfield and Cordelia D. his wife of Spotsylvania to Edward S. Mansfield for $5.00 trade 2/3 of 452acres bounded as follows: the homestead, and Holland tracts on the North by road leading from Louisa Court House to Fredericksburg, on the est by woodland owned by William d. Mansfield's estate, on south by tract purchased by Mary B. Mansfield of Edwards heirs, on west by G. C. McGehee, The Edwards tract is bounded on the north by the homestead and Holland tracts, the south by Lewis Ballard and William Baker, on the west by G.C. McGehee, two other detached tracts on the east bounded by William D. Mansfield and the other about one mile north of homestead adjoining Robert Hester and William D. Mansfield's estate being some land deeded by heirs of John G. Mansfield, Dec'd. to William H. Mansfield.

Book: FF, Page: 638, Grantor: William H. Mansfield and Cordelia D., his wife, Grantee: Edward S. Mansfield, Date: 15-Sep-1864
William H. Mansfield and Cordelia D., his wife, of Spotsylvania to Edward S. Mansfield for $5.00 trade 2/3 of 452 acres bounded as follows: the homestead, and Holland tracts on the North by road leading from Louisa Court House to Fredericksburg, on the east by woodland owned by William D. Mansfield's estate, on south by tract purchased by Mary B. Mansfield of Edwards heirs, on west by G.C. McGehee, The Edwards tract is bounded on the north by the homestead and Holland tracts, the south by Lewis Ballard and William Baker, on the west by G.C. McGehee, two other detached tracts on the east bounded by William D. Mansfield and the other about one mile north of homestead adjoining Robert Hester and William D. Mansfield's estate being same land deeded by heirs of John G. Mansfield, Dec'd. to William H. Mansfield.

Book: GG, Page: 30, Grantor: Francis O. Moss, Grantee: Henry W. Murray, Reuben Davis, Date: 15-Nov-1865
Francis O. Moss to Henry W. Murray, Reuben Davis land in Louisa adj. General Clayton G. Coleman, Lewis M. Harris and others 518 a. being land Francis Moss now resides also all his personal household property, plantation implements, etc. In trust to secure the said Reuben B. Davis payment of debts owed to him by Francis O. Moss.

Book: GG, Page: 32, Grantor: Francis O. Moss, Grantee: John G. Coleman, Date: 15-Nov-1865
Francis O. Moss, exor. of will of Mildred Moss. Sd. Moss has not as yet pd. to John G. Coleman as trustee for Arabella W. Levy as stated in will is desirous of securing to Arabella Levy and her children all money. 518 a. in trust in place of John G. B. Coleman who has departed this life. Sig. Francis O. Moss.

Book: GG, Page: 35, Grantor: John P.A. Johnson, 1st part, Richard A. Towsey, 2n, Grantee: Davis, Date: 29-Nov-1865
John P.A. Johnson, 1st part, Richard A. Towsey, 2nd part, and Reuben B. Davis 3rd part. Johnson indebted to Davis $4,890 Land where Johnson lives cont. 500 adj. David Anderson, Jr., F. E. Brooks and others. Sig. John P. A. Johnson.

Book: GG, Page: 73, Grantor: Jesse H. Payne, 1st part, Richard R. Towsey 2nd pa, Grantee: Davis, Date: 08-Jan-1866
Deed Trust Jesse H. Payne, 1st part, Richard R. Towsey 2nd part and R. B. Davis 3rd part. Payne indebted to Davis $70 for the purchase of a horse on this date; Land formerly owned by Capt. David Thomasson now in possession of Payne. 63 a adj. land of John Roberson dec'd, Mrs. Hawkins and others. Wit. R. R. Twosey. Sig. Jesse H. Payne (x)

Book: GG, Page: 120, Grantor: William D. Johnson, Grantee: Thomas B. Johnson, Date: 23-Mar-1866
William D. Johnson to Thomas B. Johnson $1326 3555 acres adj. Dr. Archibald Anderson, Thomas B. Johnson, Nicey B. Anderson, George Gammon which is made up of smaller tracts: 79 acres purchased by wm. D. of Nancy Turner; 108 acres purchased by Wm. D. of John Turner, 142 acres purchased by W, D. of Robert Isbell; 26 acres a portion of tract bought by Wm. D. of Matthew D. Anderson deeds recorded in Louisa County. Sig. William D. Johnson.

Book: GG, Page: 121, Grantor: William D. Johnson, Grantee: Thomas B. Johnson, Date: 23-Mar-1866
William D. Johnson to Thomas B. Johnson tract 208 acres adj. Thomas a. Hope, George Turner being tract Wm. D. bought of Norvel Jones in trust to secure a bond of $600 executed by Wm. D. Johnson to James West 13 Dec. 1837. Sig. Wm. D. Johnson. delvd. Thomas B. Johnson, Jr.

Book: GG, Page: 121, Grantor: William D. Johnson, Grantee: Thomas B. Johnson, Date: 23-Mar-1866
William D. Johnson to Thomas B. Johnson both of Louisa $125 with special warranty all interest of W D. in tract cont. 179 acres adj. Dr. Archibald Anderson, Miss Nicey B. Anderson and Sd. Wm. D. Johnson it being tract devised by Benjamin B. Hope to his daughter Elizabeth now the wife of sd William D. Johnson. Sig. William D. Johnson.

Book: GG, Page: 121, Grantor: William D. Johnson, Grantee: Thomas B. Johnson, Date: 23-Mar-1866
William D. Johnson to Thomas B. Johnson tract 208 acres adj. Thomas a. Hope, George Turner being tract Wm. D. bought of Norvel Jones in trust to secure a bond of $600 executed by Wm. D. Johnson to James West 13 Dec. 1837. Sig. Wm. D. Johnson. delvd. Thomas B. Johnson, Jr.

Book: GG, Page: 121, Grantor: William D. Johnson, Grantee: Thomas B. Johnson, Date: 23-Mar-1866
William D. Johnson to Thomas B. Johnson both of Louisa $125 with special warranty all interest of W D. in tract cont. 179 acres adj. Dr. Archibald Anderson, Miss Nicey B. Anderson and Sd. Wm. D. Johnson it being tract devised by Benjamin B. Hope to his daughter Elizabeth now the wife of sd William D. Johnson. Sig. William D. Johnson.

Book: GG, Page: 122, Grantor: William D. Johnson, Grantee: Thomas B. Johnson, Date: 23-Mar-1866
William D. Johnson to Thomas B. Johnson tract cont. 376 acres adj. lands of Matthew Loyd, Albert G. Bowles estate, Eliza Anderson being tract purchased by Wm. D. of James Holman and wife in trust to secure bonds due from William D. to Henry West $3,000 in bonds.

Book: GG, Page: 132, Grantor: McGehee, George D., Grantee: Trevilian, Charles G., Date: 30-Mar-1866
George D. McGehee to Charles G. Trevilian of Louisa County for $668.75 for tract being a part of tract heired by me from my father N. M. McGehee on both sides Doctors Road containing 133 3/4 acres adjoining Hawkins, James R. Robinson, Kean, Harper, R. G. Bibb and Doctors Road. Beginning at four small poplar corner w/ Hawkins in Jas. R. Robertson line; N65.5E; 48P; corner w/ Talley; S36.5E; 124P; to tree; S.25W; 190.5P; pine corner w/ Kean in Harpers line; N78.75W; 40P; N87W; 40P; corner w/ Hawkins in R. G. Bibb line; N1.5E; 148P; w/ Hawkins to red oak in Doctors road; N16.75W; 120P; w/hawkins line to beginning

Book: GG, Page: 153, Grantor: Sally Jane Morris, Grantee: James E. Smith, Date: 19-Apr-1866
Sally Jane Morris to James E. Smith all of Louisa $1,043.50 for tract on Hickory Creek adj. Dr. Wm. A. Gillespie, Robert S. Ellis and other being part of the land of the late Thos. Morris died seized cont. 80 acres . Sig. Sally J. Morris Rec. 24 Apr 1866.

Book: GG, Page: 235, Grantor: Edward Gratz, Grantee: John F. Pickerell, Date: 18-Apr-1866
Edward Gratz of Phildelphia, Gent. and Caroline his wife to John F. Pickerell of New York, Merchant, $5,000 all those 4 several tracts of land in Louisa Co. Va. called Waddy Tract containing 104 acres; Waldrops tract containing 131 1/8 acres; Another containing 441 acres; Another containing 52 acres; and Also one containing 48 acres. Also all personal property belonging to the Louisa Gold Mining Company sold to Edward Gratz by Egbert R. Watson acting Trustee by deed 9 Aug 1860, recorded p 92. Sig. Edward Gratz and Caroline Gratz. Wit: E. C. Mitchell, Simon Gratz. William V. Archer, Commissioner for Virginia in Penn., certifies for Edward Gratz and Caroline Gratz.

Book: GG, Page: 241, Grantor: Anderson, Jesse & Sarah A., Grantee: Dunn, Dr. Benjamin F., Date: 03-Sep-1866
Jesse Anderson and Sarah A. Anderson his wife to Dr. Benjamin F. Dunn for $200 for 12 acres adjoining the south side Virginia Central Rail Road, Beginning at a stake on S. side of Va. Central R. R.; N79.75E; 25.28P; Stake & white oak pointer; S3W; 75.94P; stake near a branch; S79.75W; 25.28P; spanish oak; N3E; 75.49P [plat]

Book: GG, Page: 250, Grantor: Robert T. Bibb and Bettie I. Bibb his wife, Grantee: Robert T. Bibb and Reuben B. Davis, part, Date: 26-Jun-1866
Robert T. Bibb and Bettie I. Bibb his wife to Robert T. Bibb and Reuben B. Davis, partners in trade carrying on the business of Distilling spirits and other business to it pertaining for $1,500 Bibb and wife sell to Bibb and Davis firm to be held in equal shares land near the waters of Little River adj. Robert T. Bibb. 73/100 a. near water grist mill of Bibb. Sig. R. T. Bibb and Bettie Bibb. Margin note delivered to Jos. K. Pendleton as requested by R.B. Davis.

Book: GG, Page: 253, Grantor: James M. Hancock, Grantee: Robert H. Belden at present, Date: 15-Nov-1866
James M. Hancock to Robert H. Belden both at present of Louisa $100. of U. S. money for 65 3/4 acres per survey 16 Aug 1864 by A. I. Perkins adjoining lands of Lewis Butler, Nancy Hancock and others near Contrary Creek. Land with all mineral rights, appurtenances. Reuben B. Davis, Justice certifies for James M. Hancock.



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