GILL Chesterfield County, VA. Deed Book 11

Deed Book 11

Page 132: Indenture made 20 March 1784. Between William Harden, Chest. Co., and Stephen Gill, same co. Gill bought 50 acres. Bounded by lands of Francis Gill, William Glascock, William Harden. Witnesses: Thomas Totty, Philip Gill (mark), Francis Gill (mark) March 24, 1786 witnesses: William Totty (mark), James Gill (mark)

At a Court held for Chest. Co. July 1786, the Deed was proved by the oaths of Thomas Totty, William Totty, and James Gill, and ordered to be recorded.

*Note: Philip Gill and Francis Gill (probably Philip's brother) witnessed the above deed in 1784, but were evidently not in Chest. Co. by March 24, 1786. Phillip Gill appears on the Halifax Co., N.C. tax list in 1786, so by the time the above deed was recorded, Phillip was probably already living in N.C. Francis may have been in N.C. also, since he was not available to verify the deed in 1786.

Page 134: Indenture made 3 Dec. 1785. Between William Glascock, and Stephen Gill, both of Chest. Co. Gill bought 40 acres on the north side of Stony Creek. Begins on the creek at Joseph Gill's line; mentions David Moore's mill and Joseph Gill's line. Recorded: July Court, 1786.

Page 242: Indenture made 13 June 1787. Between Thomas Gill, Chest. Co., and Edward Archer. Gill sold 3 acres on the east side of the road leading to Dyson's Church.  Mentions Frank's branch, Archer's line. Recorded: June 1787.

Page 313: Indenture made 13 Sept. 1787. Between Robert Gill of Chest. Co., and James Gill, same co. Robert Gill sold James Gill 1 ½ acres. Mentions the mill house. Robert Gill (mark) Witnesses: William Clarke, Daniel Dyson, Rowlett Gill Recorded: Sept. 1787.

Page 505: Indenture made 6 Sept. 1788. Between Robert Gill of Chest. Co., and Isham Wells, same co. Gill sold 300 acres. Begins at Benjamin Gill's land, mentions land of George Vaden, Michael Wells, William Cogbill, John Cleaton, Aaron (Tarye's?) Robert Gill (mark) Witnesses: James Gill, William Eames, Edward Dance Recorded: Feb., 1789.

Page 516: Indenture made 9 April 1789. Between Aaron Ferguson of Chest. Co., and James Gill, same co. Gill bought 37 ½ acres.  Witnesses: John Cogbill, Edward Dance, Daniel Dyson Recorded: April, 1789.

Page 620: Indenture made 26 Aug. 1789. Between (1) Andrew Baugh, (2) William Rowlett, and (3) Rowlett Gill, all of Chest. Co. Baugh owed money to Gill. Reads like a Deed of Trust. Recorded: Feb. 1790.

Page 656: Indenture made 24 Oct. 1789. Between (1) William Perkinson, (2) Rowlett Gill, and (3) William Rowlett. William Rowlett owed money to Perkinson. Recorded: 8 April 1790.

Page 706: To all to whom these Presents shall come Know ye that I, Francis Gill, of the County of Chesterfield, for and in consideration of the love, good will, and affection which I have and do bear unto my son Joseph Gill of the said county, Have given, granted, bargained and sold and by these Presents do give, grant, bargain, and sell unto the said Joseph Gill and to his heirs forever one hundred and sixty-five acres of Land, be the same more or less, and adjoining to his brother James Gill and divided from the remainder by a (line?) beginning at pointers on Robert Perkinson's line and running thence north twenty · seven and a half degrees west to a corner on the lands of Edward Osborn's estate. To have and to hold.....  Dated - 4 August 1790 Francis Gill (mark)  Witnesses: George Markham, Daniel Mann, Robert Perkinson, James Gill  Recorded 9 Sept. 1790

Page 712: Indenture made 14 Oct. 1788. Between (1) Thomas Totty, acting Executor of last will and testament of William Harding, deceased, of Chest. Co., and James Gill and wife Suckey, said Suckey is also an Executrix named in William Harding's will, and (2) Armistead Davis of Dinwiddie Co. In Harding's will he requested the sale of a Negro fellow named Quash, and his land (280 acres). When he died he was in debt, so these were sold to pay off the debts.  Thomas Totty James Gill (mark) Suckey Gill (mark)  Recorded: Feb., 1789.

Page 732: To all to whom these Presents shall come Know ye that I, Francis Gill, of the county of Chesterfield, for and in consideration of the Good Will, Love and affection which I have and do bear unto my son James Gill of the said county, have given, granted, bargained and sold, and by these Presents do give grant bargain and sell unto the said James Gill and to his heirs forever, one hundred acres of land more or less, being part of the land whereon I now live, and bounded by the lands of William Perkinson, Richard Booker, Edward Osborne's estate, and by a line beginning at a corner Spanish oak on Osborne's estate line and running from thence south fifty-three degrees east to a corner Spanish oak on the said William Perkinson's line, To have and to hold....  Dated 4 Aug 1790 Francis Gill (mark) Witnesses: George Markham, Daniel Mann, Robert Perkinson, Joseph Gill Recorded: 4 Oct 1790, Chesterfield Co.



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