Deed from Hekecks, Indian King to George Parker - Transcribed by Gail M. Walczyk
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To all these presents Shall come yt I Hekecks Indian King and Sole proprietor of all ye Lands at Onancock do hereby by these presents Bargain & make sale of Certaine parcell of Land unto George Parker scituate on the North Side of Onancock Creek begining at a Little Creek where on I now live from ye Easter Side of ye Sd Creeke runing westerly down ye Maine Creeke of Onancock to ye Maine Bay Including all ye Marshes glades, and Islands to him his heirs Exores or assigns for ever preaceably to possess from ye Claime of any person whatsoever, and doe hereby promise Ingage at any time Required to acknowledge ye Sale wth two or more of my great Men in open Court to ye English Law, and further I acknowledge to have recieved full satisfaccon to my own Content to wch I have set my hand this 23th day of August 1662. ye mke of Hekecke Indian King
Signed & Delivered in presence of George Truett ye mke of Daniell Till
This also acknowledged by ye Subscription of Washoto a great Man
The above written acknowledged by Ekeeks & Washoto as their Reall act & deed to Capt George Parker in open court ye 28th of August 1662 Teste Robt Hutchinson Cl Cur
Recorded ye 25th of September 1662 pr me Robt Hutchinson Cl Cur Northon
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_____. Northampton County Virginia Orders 1657-1664, p 23.