GILL Chesterfield County, VA. Deed Book 10

Page 76: Francis Dyson, late of Chesterfield Co., deceased, in his last Will and Testament, dated 17 May last past, made provision for his sons, William, Benjamin, Daniel, and John, and also his daughters Mary & Elizabeth, the same being all his sons and daughters except his daughter, Raichel, the wife of Edward Gill. The will devised a Negro girl named Aggy unto his daughter Gill by the name & description of my daughter Anna Gill, and he having no daughter named Anna, the three sons sold Aggy to Edward and wife so that there would be no further disputes about the ownership. Witnesses included Rowlet Gill Recorded: March 1782.

Page 95: Francis Dyson, late of Chesterfield Co., deceased, in will dated 17 May last past, devised to his daughter Mary Gill, one Negro girl named Dilcey, and to his daughter Elizabeth Dance, one Negro girl named Priss; but through a mistake of the writer of said will, as is supposed did not extend the gift of the said Negroes to the heirs of the said Daughters as is believed was the intention of Francis Dyson. William Dyson, a son and Heir at Law, "for the quieting the minds of my said Sisters Mary Gill and Elizabeth Dance" renounced all claims to the Negroes. Recorded: July, 1782.

Page 183: Stephen Dance of Dinwiddie Co., was moving, so conveyed and made over all rights and title due him by right of Dowry, having married the widow of Daniel Gill, Senr. of Dale Parish & Chesterfield Co., unto Thomas and Edward Gill, joint Executors of the aforesaid Daniel Gill, providing they support, maintain, and also educate their Brother, William Gill. One exception is a Negro named Sarah and a child named Adam, who are made over to John Eanes.  Recorded: April, 1783.

Page 540: Indenture made 1 March 1785. Between Daniel Gill of Granville Co., S.C., the eldest son and heir at law of Peter Gill, late of Chesterfield Co., and Francis Eppes. Gill sold 2 Lots or half acres of land situated in the town of Bermuda Hundred in Chesterfield Co. Marked as No.s 28 & 29. Formerly property of Ellenor Lockett.   Sold by Lockett to Peter Gill by deed recorded in Henrico Co. Witnesses: George Markham, Richard Cardwell, Peter Rowlett Recorded: May, 1785.

Page 551: Indenture made 9 June 1784. Between Daniel Dyson, and Robert Gill of Chesterfield Co. Gill bought 31 acres on the north side of Petersburg Road, and adjoins land of said Daniel Dyson and Robert Gill. Recorded: June, 1785.

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