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Charles City County Order Book, 1694-1700, image 15

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posses and enjoy the sd land with all rights priviledges and imunityes therunto belonging to all intents and purposes as by patent specifyed and as is usuall in such cases unto him the sd John Jackson his heyrs Exers. Admrs. and Ass. forever from him the sd Henry King his heyrs Excrs. and Admrs. or any person or persons lawfully clayming or laying title therto. In Witnes wherunto I have sett my hand and seale the 25° day of ffebruary 1692/3 Henry HK King seal Mary MK King seal Signed Sealed and ddd in pnce of Robt: Tucker Wm Downes Tho: Bott

Acknowledged and the land heerin bargained & sold Surrendered in open Court of Charles Citty County by the sd Henry King unto the sd Jackson the fifth day of June 1693 Test. James Minge Cl Cur.

Mary the wife of the sd Henry King at the same time being first Examined by the justices Relinquished her right of Dower of in and to the sd bargaind lands unto the sd John Jackson Test James Minge Cl Cur

This Deed thus acknowledged by the sd King is heer enroled by Comand of the Justices. June fifth 1693 P James Minge Cl Cur

An Inventory of the estate of John Burge Sold at an Outcry the 9° May 1693 by virtue of an Order of Last Court.

[column heading] li tob. One large Old Table and form Sold Michell Jennings his security Richard Bland 110 1 Small table and forme [Sold] Richard Bland [his security] Mich: Jennings 130 1 large 5 foot chest [Sold] Tho: Burg [his security] Ricd: Bland 80 1 old Couch [Sold] Jos: Tavey [his security] Mich: Jening 45 A fether bed bolster pillow &c. } [his security] Mary Burge security Mr Ch: Anderson & Rich Bland 855 Water payle, an old cask. } a ffleck bed & old chest an old grater and ladle to dit Mr Anderson securitty 11 a tin pot and Candlestick 11 a smothing iron 50/ a Cutting knife & 7 spoons 26 to Tho: Lewis Mi: Jenins secur. 87 2 flesh forks 1 skimer & brass ladle } to Mr Rich: Bland secur: Mich: Jenings 30 a shreding knif kullender & han basket } 32 a yeerling steer 120 a pewter pott & tumbler & cups 36 / 2 pewter dishes 150 / 2 poringers / Bras kettle 54 / pcell Lumber 54 } sold Tho: Symons Rich: Bland secu } 244 a hamer and looking glas 17/ an old Mare 280/ sold Rogr Taylor Mich: Jenings secur 297 10 hogs and shotes sold to John Marshall Mich: Jenings security 255 an old Cow to Charles Bartholmew Mr R: Bland secur 340 a three year old red Hayfar to Jno Allee Tho. Lewis security 400 li tob: 3036

Two heyfars of 3 yr old Sett by for ye Children June 5: 1693 This was dellivered into Court by Mr Richard Bland And theruppon Ordered That the Widdow of Burge be allowed } out of the same for ye Coffin and Buriall and other things } 400

That ye Levys be pd Mr Hardiman Collecter in thos precincts. That the Orphans estates be deducted - and the remainder the Sherr take into his Custody till ye end of nine months.

Charles Citty Com. July 3d. 1693 Wheras I the Subscriber did impower my loving son Thomas Parham to be my Attourny in all matters relating to me in the abovesd County Now be itt Known unto all men that I doe from this time & hence forth releas & discharge my sd sonn Parham from being my attorny or to act in any thing relating to me wittnes my hand Susan S Tillman. Test. Char Goodrich Thus prooved and heer Recorded p James Minge Cl Cur.

Prooved in Court by the oath of the sayd Charles Goodrich. August 3° 693 Test. James Minge Cl Cur.