Deed from Edward G. Kellam, wife Elizabeth to Thorogood O. Killmon 20 June 1910 - Typescript in the Clerk's Office
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This Deed, made the 20th day of June A. D. 1910, between Edward G. Kellam and Elizabeth W., his wife parties of the first part, and Thorogood O. Killmon, party of the second part, and Jno. T. B. Hyslup, beneficary, and Otho P. Mears, trustee, respectively in a certain deed of trust from James H. Kellam and wife, dated the day of January A. D., 19 , and duly recorded in the Clerk's Office of Accomack County, Virginia, parties of the third part. - - - - - - - - -

Witnesseth: That in consideration of the sun of Thirty Five Hundred Dollars (3500.00) cash in had paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these presnets to the said first parties by the said second party, the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged, the said first parties do grant and convey, with general warranty of title, unto the said second party his heirs and assings, all that certain tract of land situate in the neighborhood of Painter, Accomack county, virginia, containing Sixty Eight (68) Acres, more or less, but conveyed in gross and not by the acres, and bounded on the North by the county road; on the East by the lands of Geo. W. Turner and Joseph Savage; on the South by the lands of Joseph Savage and James H. Kellam; on the West by the lands of James H. Kellam - it being the same lands conveyed to Elizabeth W. Kellam by Jesse Evans and another and to said Edward G. Kellma by James H. Kellam and wife.

Together with all the privileges and appurtenances to the said tract of alnd belonging or in anywise appurtaining. To have and to hold the aforesaid tract of land, with its appurtenances, unto the said Thorogood O. Killmon, his heirs and assigns, forever.

The said Jon. T. B. Hyslup, beneficiary, and Otho P. Mears, trustee, respectively, in the aforesadi deed of trust,the date of which is not stated accurately, but it is the only deed of trust to the said parties, by becoming parties to and signing and sealing this deed, hereby release the lien of the said deed of trust as to tem acres, more or less, of the aforesaid described tract of land but expressly retain the lien of the said deed of trust as to the residue of land therein conveyed. The lands hereby released from the lien of said deed of trust being the ten acres conveyed to the said Edward G. Kellam by James H. Kellam and wife about the day of January 1909
Rents and profits reserved for 1910; Possession given Jan. 1st 1911
Witnes the following signatures and seals
Edward S. Kellam
Elizabeth W. Kellam
John T. B. Hyslup
Otho P. Mears, trustee

Accomack County, to-wit:
I, W. G. Emmett, a notary public, for the county aforesaid, in the State of Virginia, do certify that Edward. G. Kellam and Elizabeth W., his wife, and Jno. T. B. Hyslup whose names are signed to the writing above bearing date the 20th day of June A. D. 1910, have acknowledged the same before me in my county aforesaid.
Given under my hand the 20th day of June, A. D. 1910
My commission as notary public expries on Sept. 20, 1910
W. G. Emmett, Notary Public

and I further certify
that the clauses:
"Rents and profits reserved
for 1910; Possession
given Jan. 1st 1911", were interlined
before the execution hereof.
W. G. Emmett, Notary Public

STATE OF VIRGINIA
COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON, TO WIT:
I, R. W. Nottingham, a County Clerk, in and for the County of Northampton, in the State of Virginia, do hereby certify that Otho P. Mears, whose name is signed to the writing above, bearing date on the 20th day of June A. D. 1910, has acknowledged the same before me in my county aforesaid.
Given under my had this the 28th day of June, A. D. 1910
R. W. Nottingham, County Clerk

Accomack Circuit Court Clerk;s Office, June 30th, A. D. 1910
This Deed frim Edward G. Kellam and Elizabeth W., his wife, John T. B. Hyslup beneficiary, and Othe P. Mears, trustee to Thorogood O. Killmon, was, with the certificats of the acknlwledgment thereof thereto annexed, received by me in the Clerk's Office this day and admitted to record
Teste: John D. Grant, Jr. C. C.

CERTIFIED July 5th 1910

Sources:

_____. Accomack County Deeds 1909-1910, p. 354, 355.

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