Kirby’s in Albemarle Va.
Book Albemarle County Deed Book 2 by Ruth & Sam Sparacio
This Indenture made the 22nd day of November in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred & fifty nine between John Payne of the County of Goochland and Parish of St. James Northam of the one part and John Kirby of the County of Albemarle and Parish of (blank). Witnesseth that John Payne for the sum of twenty five pounds current money of Virginia doth sell unto John Kirby and to his heirs two parcels & tracts of land lying on both side of Bremo Creek and bounded beginning at a poplar standing at the mouth of a branch at the West side of Bremo Creek thence North & West to pointers North & East to a pine North & East to a pine thence South & West to pointers North & West to a white oak thence North & West crossing the Creek to the first station to contain one hundred and thirty eight acres of land which said tract was granted unto the said John Payne by patent bearing date the twentieth day of August one thousand seven hundred and fifty eight the other tract also lying on both sides of Bremo Creek and bounded Beginning at a white oak in Noble Ladd’s line at the said Creek thence on Ladds line North & West to a pine thence North & West to Ladds corner pine thence this same course continued a new line to a black oak North & East to a pine thence North & East to pointers North & East to a pine thence South & East crossing Bremo Creek to pointers thence South to pointers South & West to a pine South & West to a pine North & West to a poplar thence North & West crossing the Creek ten poles to the first station to contain three hundred and twenty acres which said tract of land was likewise granted unto the said John Payne by Patent bearing date the twentieth day of June one thousand seven hundred and forty nine….
Presence Phillip (X) Walker
Barnet (X) Owen, Hawkins Kerby John Payne
Book: Albemarle County Deed Book 5 1768-1772 Part II by Ruth & Sam Sparzcio
To all people to whom these presents shall come know ye that for divers good causes and considerations but more especially for love and affection which I have and do bear towards my son Richard Napier, by these presents doth give grant and confirm unto my son Richard Napier, his heirs one certain parcel of land lying & being in County of Albemarle on Cunningham Creek by estimation two hundred ninety & four acres being part of a Tract I purchased of Richard Kerby patented to said Kerby including the houses & plantation in his possession with every appurtenance thereon being or belonging to my son Richard his heirs in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & Seal the twenty seventh day of May in year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred seventy & one.
Signed Sealed & Delivered in the presence of
Th. Napier, Henry Williams, Pat, Napier
Samuel White & Chas. Hudson
Book Albemarle County Deeds 1776-1782 by Ruth & Sam Sparacio
This indenture made the Eighth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy seven; Between William Kirby and Alley his wife of County of Albemarle of one part and Thomas Wynne of same County of other part; Witnesseth that William Kirby and Alley his Wife in consideration of sum of one hundred pounds current money of Virginia to them in hand paid by Thomas Wynne have bargained and sold unto Thomas Wynne and to his heirs two certain tracts of land in the County aforesaid adjoining each other and containing by estimation six hundred seventy acres be the same more or less and bounded; Beginning at pointers corner to Francis Kirby on Bremore Creek then on his line due East seventy poles to a Pine then North thirty degrees East four hundred poles to pointers, then North forty one degrees West on hundred sixteen poles to pointers in Joseph Goode’s line, then on said Goode’s line South sixty degrees West ( ) forty five poles to pointers, corner between said Goode and John Payne, thence on Payne’s line North seventy degrees West one hundred sixty poles crossing Bremore Creek to a Pine, then South thirty five degrees West eighty two poles to a black Oak, then South thirty four degrees East one hundred forty six poles to a Pine, then Sounty sixty degrees East thirty two poles to a white Oak, then South four degrees East sixteen poles crossing Bremore Creek to a Poplar, then South sixty degrees East twenty six poles to a Pine, corner between said Payne and Francis Kirby, then on Kirby’s line South thirteen degrees West twenty two poles to pointers on Bremore Creek, then down the Creek as it meaders to the first station; together with all appurtenances; To have and to hold the tracts of land with its appurtenances unto Thomas Wynne and his heirs and William Kirby and Alley his Wife and their heirs the tracts of land with its appurtenances to Thomas Wynne and his heirs will for ever warrant and defend; In Witness whereof William Kirby and Alley his Wife have hereunto subscribed their names and affixed their seals the day and year above written.
Signed sealed and delivered in presents of .
No witnesses recorded William Kirby
Book Albemarle County Deeds, 1784-1789 by Ruth & Sam Sparacio
This Indenture made the fourteenth day of June one thousand seven hundred and eighty seven; Between Milburn Hogg and Susannah his wife and Henry Kerby and Ann his wife all of Albemarle County of one part and Allen Barnerd of Goochland County of other part; Witnesseth that Milburn Hogg and Susannah his wife and Henry Kerby and Ann his wife for sum of thirty pounds current money of Virginia to them in hand paid by Allen Barnerd, the receipt whereof they doth hereby acknowledge, have and by these presents bargain and sell unto Allen Barnerd and his heirs one certain tract of land lying in County of Albemarle containing by estimation two hundred acres be the same more or less and bounded; Beginning at Charles Lewis’s line and Milburn Hogg and Susannah his wife and Henry Kerby and Ann his wife do oblige themselves and their heirs to warrant and forever defend a good and lawful right and title in fee simple unto Allen Barnerd and his heirs; In Witness whereof Milburn Hogg and Susannah his Wife, Henry Kerby and Ann his Wife have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year above written.
Sealed and acknowledged in presence of Milburn Hogg
John Wharton, Susannah Hogg
Robert (X) Sharp, Henry (X) Kerby
John Baily, Ann (X) Kerby
17th March 1768 Between John Key of the County of Amherst and Richard Kerby of the County of Albemarle 6lbs, 10 shilling for 96 acres on Rockfish.
3 July 1769
Richard Kirby sells same tract of land of 18 shillings to Abner Witt 96 acres.
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