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This Indenture made this [left blank] day of [left blank] in the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and forty nine between William I Lumpkin of the first part. N B Hill of the second part; and Frances B Lumpkin all of the City of Richmond of the third part. Whereas, some unhappy differences have existed between the said William I. Lumpkin and Frances his wife, and they have mutually agreed to live separate, and apart from each other, and previous to such separation he the said William I. Lumpkin for and in consideration that the said Frances B. his wife will, and which by this Indenture she now relinquishes release, and forever quit claim to all right, title, claim and interest which she has, or may have to, any property of whatsoever kind, under and by virtue of a deed of trust executed by said William I. Lumpkin to Edward Hill of the County of King William bearing date the 30th day of December 1846, duly recorded in the County Court Office of King Wm County aforesaid, all of which will more fully appear by reference to said deed, and whereas further that the said Frances B shall, and which she now by this Indenture does relinquish all right of dower, and claim whatever in and to the estate of all kinds, both real and personal and also in consideration of citing when [illegible note written in] of the said William I. Lumpkin. Now this Indenture witnessetj, that for and in consideration of the premises as also for the further consideration of five dollars in hand paid to the said William I Lumpkin by the said N. B. Hill the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, he the said William I Lumpkin hath given, granted, bargained and sold, and by these presents doth give, grant, bargain, sell and convey and transfer unto the said N. B.Hill his heirs and assigns the following negro slaves, to wit, one negro man named "Washington" to be held as Mrs Frances B Lumpkin's aforesaid property in fee simple, and one negro woman named "Pink" to be held in fee simple for the sole and only use of her the said France B Lumpkin and also two other negro slaves named Nat and Roy.