Nevit Taylor to Jacob Taylor - Deed - 21 December 1797 - Transcribed by Gail M. Walczyk
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This Indenture made this 13th day of March One thousand Seven hundred and ninety Seven Between Nevit Taylor of Worster Counter and State of Maryland of the one part, and Jacob Taylor of Accomack County in the State of Virginia of the other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration ob the Sum of fifteen pounds current money of Virginia in had paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hat given granted, bargained and Sold & by these presents doth give grant, bargain, Sell, alien & confirm unto the said Jacob Taylor his heirs & assigns his the aforesaid Nevit Taylors, undivided Shear of a certain tract, or parcel of land situate lying being in the parish of Accomack & County of Accomack afsd formerly the property of John Taylor then of said parish & County but now decd supposed in the whole to be upwards of One hundred acres.
To have and to hold the above granted & bargained premises, unto him the afsd Jacob Taylor his heirs & assigns forever, to the only proper use, benefit & behoof of him the said Jacob Taylor, his heirs & assigns forever,and to, or for no other use, or intent whatsoever. And the afsd Nevit Taylor doth hereby covenant & agree to and with the afsd Jacob Taylor, that he shall and will warrant & defend the afsd granted & bargained premises, with all and singular the rights, priviledges, & appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the sd. Jacob Taylor, his heirs & assigns forever In testimony whereof the said Nevit Taylor hat hereunto Set his hand and affixed his Seal the day and year before written, Nevit Taylor Signed Sealed and delivd in presence of Hancock Simpson Robt Charnock George Satchell Raymond Taylor
At a Court held for Accomack County Juen 26th 1797 This deed from Nevit Taylor to Jacob Taylor was proved by the Oaths of Hancock Simpson George Satchell and Raymond Taylor Witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded Teste Litt Savage Clk Examd
_____. Accomack County Virginia Deeds 1797-1800, p. 65, 66.