Deed from Ann W. Smaw to Ann I. Williams - 10 January 1842 - Transcribed by Sandra Perkins 

Witnesseth: That the said Ann W. Smaw for and in consideration of the sum of Eight Hundred and Fifty seven Dollars to her in hand paid by the said Ann I. Williams, at & before the sealing and delivery of these presents (the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged) hath granted, bargained and sold, and by these presents doth grant, bargain and sell, alien & convey to the said Ann I. Williams her heirs and assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land, situate, lying & being in the said County containing forty two and eighty five hundreths acres, and bounded on the North & East by the lands of Thomas E. Brickhouse, on the South by the lands of said Ann I. Williams, and on the West by the sea side County road, which separates it from the lands of Luther Nottingham, together with the appurtenances: To Have and To Hold the said tract or parcel of land together with the tenements, hereditaments and all & singular the premises and appurtanances thereto belonging, unto her the said Ann I. Williams, her heirs and assigns forever: And the said Ann W. Smaw for herself, her heirs, executors & administrators doth covenant, promise and agree to & with the said Ann I. Williams, her heirs and assigns, as follows: That she the said Ann W. Smaw is seized and possessed of an indefeasible estate of inheritance in the said tract of land & its appurtenances; that the same is free of any kind or manner of encumbrance; that she has full power and authority to convey the same to her the said Ann I. Williams, her heirs and assigns forever; and that she will and her heirs shall forever warrant and defend the title to the said tract of land & its appurtenances unto her the said Ann I. Williams, her heirs and assigns, free from the lawful claim or claims of all and every person or persons whomsoever.

In testimony whereof the said Ann W. Smaw hereunto sets her hand and seal, the day and year first above written

Ann W. Smaw

Signed, Sealed & delivered in presence of
Luther Nottingham
John E. Smaw
Mary H. Nottingham

At a Court held for Northampton County the 10th day of January 1842. This deed, from Ann W. Smaw to Ann I. Williams was partly proved by the oaths of Luther Nottingham, one of the witnesses thereto, to be the act & deed of the said Ann W. Smaw. Teste, Louis P. Rogers D. C. for N. J. Winder C.N.C.

At a Court held for Northampton County the 14th day of March 1842. This deed, from Ann W. Smaw to Ann I. Williams was further proved by the oath of John E. Smaw, another witness thereto, to be the act & deed of the said Ann W. Smaw 

Teste, Louis P. Rogers D. C. for N. J. Winder C. N. C. 


Source: ____. Northampton Co., VA Deeds 1832-1842, p. 555.


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