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Deed Book B, page 140
10 April 1835
for $65.00 Rebecca Jones, sold 12 acres to Daniel Mason ...lately allotted to her by Commissioners appointed for dividing the real estate of Nathan Dyke, deceased. Said tract is known as Lot # 2 on the Plot, and assigned to her as her part of two thirds of the tract of land formerly the property of said Nathan Dyke, also all her interest in the other 1/3 of said tract which by same Commissioners was allotted as Dower to Hester Dyke, widow of said Nathan.
Deed Book B, page 141
10 April 1835
...between Henry Nash of County of Rappahannock to Daniel
Mason, for $25.00...12 acres which was allotted to Sarah
Nash, late Sarah Dyke by Commissioners appointed........
which tract is known in the Plot of said division as Lot No. 3.
Deed Book F, page 357
1 December 1845
Robert M. Heterick, Willis Browning and Othaniel Jones of
the third part, all of Rappahannock County...Whereas a cer-
tain Vincent Smedley of the County of Warren by a certain
indenture bearing date on the 28 June 1844 and admitted to
record in the Clerk's Office in Rappahannock County Court
on the same day (Book F, page 38), did grant etc. to said
Robert M. Heterick his heirs etc...all the estate, right, title
etc. of him the said Vincent Smedley of in and to the real
estate of James Jones deceased....together with all appurt-
enances thereunto belonging....
Chancery Case # 84
Becky Jones in her own right and as Admtrix of James Jones
deceased, Abner Sims, David Dyke and Hetty his eife and
Othaniel Jones...to appear before the justices of our county
court on the second Monday in August next to anwer a bill
in chancery exhibited against them in said court by Vincent
Smedley and Nancy his wife...
Issued August 7, 1843.
Statement of Becky Jones in Case # 84: James Jones
departed this life in the year 1814, seized of about 63 acres
a a small personal estae appraised at 74 poungs, 19 shillings,
6 pence...leaving herself his widow and two infant daughters,
Nancy the Complaintant and Hetty Dyke....that her said
daughter Nancy came to 21 years of age in the year 1830,
and her said daughter Hetty in the year 1835.
Deed Book A, page 350
6 January 1834
Lydia Dyke to Gabriel Tutt....for $50.00...a lot allotted to her by Commissioners to divide the real estate of Nathan Dyke
deceased, known as Lot # 6....13 acres.
Deed Book B, page 355
1 February 1836
George and Nathan Dyke to Daniel Mason...for $110.00...a
certain lot or parcel of land containing 10 acres allotted to
them by Commissioners to divide the lands belonging to
Nathan Dyke deceased....their interest being 1/10 part.
Deed Book I, page 125
21 October 1852
James W. and Johnson Dyke to Willis Browning....for $30.00
sell all their right title and interest in and to estate of Nathan
Dyke deceased. Nathan's widow, Hester. Johnson and James W. Dyke are grandchildren of said Nathan Dyke.
Deed Book J, page 2
25 March 1854
David and Hetty Dyke to Othaniel Jones...for $330.00...66
acres. Hetty was daughter of James Jones.
Deed Book I, page 351
Albert Dyke to H. G. Moffett...for $14.00...assigns all his
right, title and interest of in and to the estate of which Nathan
Dyke died seized...widow Hester. Albert is a grandson of
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