Brunswick County, Virginia, Deed Book 5, 11, 12
[William] Broadnax to [122 John] Robinson
This Indenture made this Twenty fifth day of March / in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred / and fifty one between William Broadnax of the County of / Prince George Gent. of the one part and John Roberson of the / County of Brunswick of the other part witnesseth that the / said William Broadnax for and in Consideration of the sum of / Eighteen pounds Currant money to him in hand paid the / Receipt whereof the said William Broadnax doth hearby / acknowledege and for other good Causes and Considerations / him thereunto moving he the said William Broadnax / hath granted bargained and sold Confirmed and by These /
Presents doth grant bargain and sell unto the said John / Roberson his heirs and assigns all that tract or parcell of / Land and Plantation situate Lying and being in Brunswick / County bounded by the Persons here Mentioned / James Walkers Land he Bought of William King / John Coller Land Henry Wilkins Land William Gowers / and Cage Perry's Land Containing Three hundred and / fifty one acres the Land here mentioned is the Lands / Whereon the Church stands and the Lands which the said John Roberson / bought of Richard Hockebe now in the Possession of the said / Robinson and the Reversion and Reversions Remainder and / Remainders Rents and Services thereof all the Estate Right / Title Interest Claim and demand whatsoever of him the / [sic] William Broadnax of in and to the same Premises and of and / in and to Every Part and Parcell Thereof to have and to / hold the said Tract and Parcell of Land and Plantation and / Premises above mentioned with the appurtenances unto / the said John Robinson his heirs and assigns to the only / Proper use and behoof of the said John Robinson his heirs / and assigns forever and the said William Broadnax for / himself doth Covenant and Grant to and with the said / Robinson his heirs and assigns that he the said John / Robinson his heirs and assigns shall and may from / Time to time and at all Times hereafter Peaceably and / Quietly have hold Occupy possess and Enjoy all and / Singular the said Premises above mentioned to be hereby / Granted with the appurtenances without the Least Trouble / Hinderance molestation Interruption and Denial of him the said William Broadnax in witness whereof the said / William Broadnax hath to this Indenture Put his hand / and affixed his seal the date above written /
At a Court held for Brunswick County the 26th day of March 1751 / This Indenture was acknowledged by William Broadnax party / Thereto and ordered to be Recorded. Teste
Litt. Tazewell. A. Cur.
Source: Brunswick County (Virginia) County Clerk, Deed Books, 1732-1869, Deed Books, Volume 4, 1746-1750, 1761, and Deed Books, Volume 5, 1751-1755, FHL microfilm 30642 / Items 1-2.