Deed from Samuel Marshall & Tripha his wife to Benajamin Marshall 18 April 1800 - Transcribed by Gail M. Walczyk
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This Indenture made this the of April Eighteen hundred between Samuel Marshall and Tripha his wife of the County of Accomack in the parish aforsd in the State of Virginia of the on part and Benjamin Marshall of he other part Witnesseth that the said Saml Marshall for and in consideration of the said Benjamin before the ensealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof he doth acknowledge and himself fully satisfied and Contented and from every part and parsil thereof doth acquit Exonerate and discharge the sd Benjamin Marshal his heirs Executors & Admirs Firmly by these presents hath given granted bargained and sold alliend confirmed enfeofed Conveyed [-----] and delivered unto him the said Benjamin Marshal and assigns forever a tract of Land on St. Jorge or Sixes Island near the mouth of Pocomock river bounded as follows beginning at a great marked pine Standing near the marsh dividing the same from the Lands of Benjamin and on the division line of Isaac Marshall Land dividing the Land from the within named Samuel Marshals land to North Sixty two degrees West Eighty Eight poles with a line of Isaac Marshals heirs to the Sound or river side then South twenty six degrees out seven poles thence South thirty six degrees East ninety five poles thence South sixty two degrees East fifty poles thence North thirty two degrees and thirty Minutes East fourteen poles thence North Eleven degrees East twenty poles thence with a right line to the first beginning namely a marked with Benjamin Marshal Containing twenty [-----] a half acres to the same more or less and Singular the houses fencing and woods marsh to the same appertaining or in any wise and Demand whatever of him the said Samuel Marshall and Triphia his wife of in and to and Singular the sd premises and of in all yearly rents Profits Receivd upon any Demise or lease of the said premises or any part thereof to have and to hold the land above mentioned with the appurtenances unto him the said Benjamin Marshall and his heirs and assigns forever and he the said Samuel Marshal and Triphia his wife their heirs Executors Administrators or assigns forever the land before mentioned with the appurtenances unto him the said Benjamin Marshall his heirs and assigns against him the said Samuel Marshall and Tripha his Wife all and every other person or persons whatever claiming any rights titles profits or Interest to the said land before mentioned or any part thereof will warrant and for ever defend claiming any part or parcil thereof at [-----] [-----] cost or charge In Testemony hereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals the day and date above Written
Samuel Marshal
Tripha Marshal

Signed sealed and delivered
in the presence of

Teste
At a District Court held at Accomack courthouse the 15th day of May 1800 This Deed from Samuel Marshell & Tripha his wife to Benjamin Marshell was acknowledged by the said Samuel and Tripha as their Act and Deed. The said Tripha being first Examind privily & apart from her sd husband and voluntarily consenting thereto & ordered to be recorded
Teste
Edmund Bayly CDC
Truly Recorded

Source:

_____. Accomack County Virginia District Court Wills & Deeds 1800-1806, pp. 27, 28.

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