Deed from John Martin to Benjamin Marshall Senior 16 October 1800 - Transcribed by Gail M. Walczyk

This Indenture made the 16th of Octr Eight hundred between John Martin & Nancy his wife of the County of Accomack in the parish afsd in the State of Virginia of the one part & Benjamin Marshall Senr of the other part Witnesseth that the sd John Martin for & in consideration of the sum of Twenty Pounds Currant Money afsd to him in hand paid by the Benjamin Marshall before the ensealing & delivery of these presents the Receipt whereof I the sd John Martin doth hereby acknowledge & myself fully satisfied contented & paid thereof & from every part & parcel thereof, Doth aquit Exonorate & discharge the said Benjamin Marshall his Heirs Executors & administrators firmly by these presents hat given granted Bargained Sold alined confirmed Enfeoffed conveyed & delivered & by these presents dothe give bargain Sell Alienated enfeoffed conveyed confirmed & Delivd unto him the said Benjamin Marshall his Heirs & assigns for Ever a tract of Land on St. George Island or Sexes in the County & State afsd near the mouth of Pocomoke River bounded as follows Viz, Beginning at a Marked pine standing near the Marsh dividing the same from the lands of Abraham Marshall Running North sixty two Degrees West Eighty eight Poles to a line formerly of Stephin Marshall & heirs to the River Side thence South twenty six degrees West seven poles thence South thirty six two degrees west forty tow & a half Poles thence South two degrees East fifty Poles thence North thirty two degrees & thirty minutes East fourteen Poles thence north eleven degrees East twenty Poles thence with a right line to the first lying namely a marked Pine containing thirty acres be the same more or less & all singular the Houses fencing Woods & Marsh to the Same appertaining or in any wise belonging & also the Reversion Rights & Estates Interest benefit Claim & Demand whatever of him the sd John Martin & Nancy his wife of in & to & Singular the sd Premises & of in & all Yearly Rents Profits Revers uppon any demise or lease of the said Premisses or any part thereof To Have and to hold the land above mentioned with the apurtenances unto the sd Benjamin Marshall & his Hiers & Assigns forever We the sd John Martin & Nancy his wife their Heirs Executors & Admrs the land before mentioned with the appurtenances unto him the sd Benjamin Marshall His Heirs & assigns against him the John Martin & Nancy his wife and his Heirs Claiming any right title Profit or Interest to the sd land before mentioned or any part thereof Will warrant & forever defend Claiming any part or parcel Thereof at my own proper cost & charge. In Testamony hereof we have hereunto set our hands and Seals & Day & Date above Written
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John Martin
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Nancy Martin
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Signed & Acknowledge
in the presents of
[none listed]


Source:

_____.  Accomack County Virginia District Court Wills & Deeds 1800-1806; p. 96.


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