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Land Patents
Book 15


(Source: Magazine of Virginia Geneatogy . Published by the Virginia Historical Society. Contriubted by Barb. Z.)
The following abbreviations are used in this series:

a: acres
g: granted
ptd: patented
afsd: aforesaid
g. by p.: granted by patent
par: parish
bet: between
L: land

R: river
Br: branch
N: north
Rd: road
c: corner
NL: new land
S: south

Co: county
OL: old land
sd: said
cr: creek
p: patent; page
Sw: swamp
E: east
W: west
Manuscript paging is given in parentheses within the patent abstracts, indicating the point where a patent is continued to another page.

THOMAS BAGWELL, 160a. Escheat L.. Northampton Co.. formerly in Accomack Co.. now in Northampton Co., p. by Henry Pendenden, now deed, escheated to Accomac Co. on 4 May 1731; was surveyed by Luke Johnson. Surveyor of Northampton (p.304) Co. on 17 Aug 1733. tocated in Old Plantation Neck; at the L. of Captain Ralph Pigot & continues to the Bayside where a line of marked trees parts this L. from theGlebe L. of Hungers Par.; line separates the Ls. of William Mills & Edmund Custis. 27 Sep 1734.

WILLIAM SATCHELL and ANDREW JOHN FABIN. 86a. 1 rod 36 poles. NL. Northampton Co. One small island called Great Sand Shote on the sea side. Begins at Cabbin Point: Oyster Shell Point: atong Prouts Island Inlet, (p.292) 21 Aug 1734.


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