Deed from Isaiah Bagwell to Elizabeth Wharton - 25 March 1754 - Transcribed by Gail M. Walczyk

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To all Christian People To whom these presents shall come I Isaiah Bagwell send greetings Know ye that I Isaiah Bagwell for and in considertion of the love good Will and Affection which I have and do bear towards my Loving Sister Elizabeth Wharton of Accomack County have given an granted & by these Presents do fully freely clearly & absolutely give grant unto the sd. Elizabeth Wharton her heirs and assigns One Negro Girl Named Sarah if the case no Person or Persons shall Claim any right or Title to ye sd. Negro or Negros Fell to me by the Death of my Brother William Bagwell & together with all the right Title Interest Claim and demand What so ever to which I now have or which any or either of my heirs Extors Admors or assigns may have after have of to or in the said granted Premises or any part there of to have & to hold this Negro unto her the sd. Elizabeth her heirs and assigns forever absolutely as I the sd. Isaiah have Fully Freely and absolutely and of my own Accord Set and put in further Testimony. In Witness whereof I have here unto Set my hand & Seal this 25th Day of March 1754
Isaiah Bagwell

Sealed and deliver'd in the Presents of Denwood Turpin Wm. Andrews Nath. Bell

At at Court held for Acomack County March 26th 1754
Isaiah Bagwell acknowledged this Writing to be his Act & Deed to Elizabeth Wharton & admitted to record
George Holden Cls.
Truly Recorded
George Holden Cls.


Sources:

_____. Accomack County Virginia Deeds 1746-1757.


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