Genealogy Trails logo

Genealogy Trails logo


Cumberland County
Deeds

September 5, 1754, Richard Ward, of Cumberland County to his daughter Tahpenes Ward, of Cumberland County, deed of gift, 400 acres in Prince Edward County, on Appomattox River, adjoining Joseph Ward, John Johnson, David Greenhill, formerly Henry Dawson. Witness: Benjamin Ward. (Prince Edward Records, Deed Book 1, p. 15.) [Pub. in The William and Mary quarterly, Volume 27 ]

September 5, 1754 Richard Ward, of Southam Parish, Cumberland County for £500 currency, conveys to Benjamin Ward, of Granville County, North Carolina, 13 negroes, all stock of horses, cattle, hogs, household furniture belonging to my plantation in Lunenburg County. Lunenburg Records, Deed Book, 4, p. 288; a duplicate recorded Ibid. Deed Book 5, p. 197.)
[Pub. in The William and Mary quarterly, Volume 27 ]

June 30, 1755, Richard Ward, of Cumberland County, Virginia, to Benjamin Ward, of Granville County, North Carolina, for £1500 currency, conveying all said Richard's lands in Lunenburg County, being on Ward's Ford (Ward's Fork now in Charlotte County ?), a branch of Little Roanoke, and all buildings and appurtenances. (Ibid. Deed Book 4, p. 150)
[Pub. in The William and Mary quarterly, Volume 27 ]

June, 30, 1755, Richard Ward, late of Cumberland County, Virginia, but at present of Granville County, North Carolina, Planter, power of attorney to trusty friend Benjamin Ward, late of Granville County, North Carolina, but now of Lunenburg County, Virginia, to demand, sue for, recover, receive of all persons indebted to me in Virginia and to deliver up in execution all persons whom I have become special for in any suit or action now pending and undertermined in any court of Virginia (Ibid. Deed Book 4, p. 151).
[Pub. in The William and Mary quarterly, Volume 27 ]

122 ½ acres in Cumberland County, adjoining George Holman Joseph Anglea, Page P. Finney, being 2 tracts made over in trust by Nicho. Durham [Dunkum?] of Cumberland County to said Woodson to secure debt due William White, of Jamestown [now Appomattox Co.? etc.] (Cumberland County; Deed Book 12, p. 41).
[Pub. in The William and Mary quarterly, Volume 27 ]

1812. April 15, Josiah Ward and Temperance, ux., of Cumberland County, to William B. Ligon, of Amelia County, £548 for 270 acres in Prince Edward County on Appomattox River, adjoining Cow-Skin Branch, Samuel Poe, William Rowton, said Ligon, and subject to dower of Polly P. Ward, mother of said Josiah Ward which has been laid off for her. Recorded October 1812. (Prince Edward, Deed Book 14, p. 696). This deed mentions the family grave yard.
[Pub. in The William and Mary quarterly, Volume 27 ]

1814. May 23, Josiah Ward and Temperance, ux., of Cumberland County, to Richard Lee, of Cumberland County £43 for 21 ½ acres in Cumberland County adjoining said Lee, George Holman, Robert Macon, Joseph Anglea (Cumberland County, Deed Book 12, p. 477).
[Pub. in The William and Mary quarterly, Volume 27 ]

1815. August 12. Josiah Ward of Cumberland County from Frances Dunkum, widow of Nicholas Dunkum, of Cumberland County, $77 for 122 ½ acres in Cumberland County adjoining George Holman, Joseph Anglea, Macon's estate, also 21 ½ acres adjoining George Holman, Anglea, Page P. Finney, and Macon's estate (Cumberland County, Deed Book 13, p. 181).
[Pub. in The William and Mary quarterly, Volume 27 ]

1819. January 26. Josiah Ward of Cumberland County to George Holman's trustees (Charles Womack and John Miller) $294.20 Deed of Trust, debt tract on which said Ward resides, being 9454 acres in Cumberland County, adjoining George Holman, (Cumberland County, Deed Book, 15, p. 123).
[Pub. in The William and Mary quarterly, Volume 27 ]

1819, June 25. Josiah Ward & wife Temperance, of Cumberland County, to George Holman, of Cumberland County, $960 for 96 acres in Cumberland County, adjoining said Holman, Joseph Anglea. (Cumberland County, Deed Book, 15, p. 169.)
[Pub. in The William and Mary quarterly, Volume 27 ]

1823, January 2. Josiah Ward, of Cumberland County to Stephen C. Farrar, of Prince Edward County, mortgage to secure debt due by bond to Patrick H. Noble & Company for $300. Executed 2 January 1823 and due March 1828. Mortages: 1 negro woman named Caty and her future increase, sorrel horse and mare, two feather beds and balance of household & kitchen furniture, 1 patent breach shotgun, stock of cattle, sheep, hoges, and their future increase. (Amelia County, Deed Book 26, p. 244.)
[Pub. in The William and Mary quarterly, Volume 27 ]




Genealogy Trails logo

Copyright © Genealogy Trails