Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Thomas {Addl Records} Harwar

Male 1643 - 1698  (55 years)


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  • Name Thomas {Addl Records} Harwar 
    Born 1643 
    Gender Male 
    Died 11 Jul 1698  Essex County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I116693  Tree1
    Last Modified 22 Oct 2021 

    Family ID F40568  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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      1670-1672 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 269
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I THOMAS HARWAR of the County of Rappa in Virginia for and in consideration of the sume of two thousand foure hundred and fifty pounds of Tobacco and caske to me in hand paid by HENRY WOODNUTT of the County aforesaid at and before the sealing and deliver of these presents wch I confesse myselfe to be fully satisfied contented and paid doe bargaine and sell unto the sd HENRY WOODNUTT foure hundred and sixty acres of land in Rappa. County on the South side the River being the one half of a tract of land formerly taken up by me the said THOMAS HARWAR and NICHOLAS COX but the said COX being dead the said land belonging formerly to myselfe as Survivour Refference to the Pattent bearing date the seventh day of December one thousand six hundred Sixty and Eight being made the said HENRY WOODNUTT to have his foure hundred and shay acres of land at that end where I am seated wth what houses now upon it the fifty six acres formerly taken up by RICHARD SPURLING to be included in the foure hundred and sixty before specified To Have and To Hold the said foure hundred and sixty acres of land to the said HENRY WOODNUTT his heirs and assigns to his and their own proper use and 1 the said THOMAS HARWAR will warrant the same in Wittness whereof I have sett my hand and seale this 29th day of November 1671
      in the presence of us FRANCIS DOLEMAN signum THOMAS HARWAR
      DANIELL KINGBURY signum
      Recognitr in Cur Rappa 3d die January 1671
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      1670-1672 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 269-270
      KNOW ALL MEN by these that I HENRY WOODNUTT of the County of Rappa. for and in consideracon of the sume of fifteene hundred pounds of Tobacco and cask to me in hand paid by FRANCIS STAFFORD of the said County have bargained and sold unto the said FRANCIS STAFFORD his heirs one hundred and fifty acres of land lying on the South side of the River fifty six acres of the said land formerly taken up by RICHARD SPURLING and joining upon the land of the said SPURLING where he now dwelleth the other part of the said one hundred and fifty acres lyeth and boundeth upon the said fifty six acres before specified this land being part of Foure hundred and sixty acres purchased by THOMAS HARWAR as by conveyance bearing date the nine and Twentyeth of November may appear the said land being part of nine hundred twenty and two acres Pattented by THOMAS HARWAR and NICHOLAS COX bearing date the seventh of December 1665 To Have and to Hold the said one hundred and fifty acres unto the said FRANCIS STAFFORD his heirs and assigns forver And I the sd HENRY WOODNUTT doe warrant the same from all persons as Wittness my hand and seal this 18th day of December 1671 signum
      in the presence of us THOS: HARWAR. HENRY WOODNUTT
      WILL GATLEY
      Recognitr. in Cur Rappa. 3 die January 1671
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ELIZABETH WOODNUTT the Wife of HENRY WOODNUTT do hereby constitute and appoint THOMAS HARWAR my lawful Attorney for me and in my name place and stead to acknowledge unto FRANCIS STAFFORD in the County of Rappa a Deed by me signed and sealed for a parcell of land lyeing in the County aforesaid as by Deed appeare giving my said Attorney as full and ample power for conveying the premises as is or can be by any Letter of Attorney expressed as Witnesse my hand and seale the first day of januarie 1671 signum
      in the presence of us THOS. HARWAR, ELIZA WOODNUTT
      FRANCIS DOLEMAN signum
      Recordatr, in Cur Rappa, xth die Aprilis 1672
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      1672-1674 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 84-85
      TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE I THOMAS HARWAR of the County of Rappa. send greeting &c. Know yee that I the said THOMAS HARWAR for and in consideration of two thousand seven hundred pounds of good sound merchantable tobacco in cask to me in hand paid by FRANCIS STAFFORD of the said County Planter the Receipt whereof I doe hereby acknowledge have granted unto the said FRANCIS STAFFORD his heirs and assigns Four hundred and sixty acres of land being the halfe of a Patten containing Nine hundred and twenty two acres of land granted to me the said THOMAS HARWAR and NICHOLAS COX as may appear by the Pattent bearing date the 7th day of December 1668, and said FRANCIS STAFFORD to have and to hold the said Four hundred and sixty acres at the West end of the land beginning at a red Oak to the plantation where THOMAS CROW now liveth upon together withal! rights and priviledges whatsoever thereunto belonging to him the said FRANCIS STAFFORD his heirs and assignes forever from the said THOMAS HARWAR my heirs and assigns as also from all persons whatsoever claiming with warranty from the Dower of my Wife JUDITH HARWAR he the said FRANCIS STAFFORD paying all dues that shall be demanded for quitrents to his Majesties Order and that I said THOMAS HARWAR during the term of seven years at the request of the said FRANCIS STAFFORD doe and make such other conveyances in the Law for the further assuring or sure making of the sd Premises as by the Council learned in the Law of the said FRANCIS STAFFORD his heirs and assigens shall be reasonably devised or required. In Witness whereof I have set my hand and seal this 4th day of March 1672/3
      in presence of WILLIAM TALBUTT, THOMAS HARWAR
      HENRY MANDOLEY
      Recognit in Cur Com Rappa quinto die March 1672
      And I JUDITH HARWAR do constitute WILLIAM TALBUTT my Attorney to acknowledge this my act in Court witness my hand and seal the day and year above written
      Test HENRY MENDOLY JUDITH HARWAR
      Recordat xx die March 1672
      KNOW ALL MEN that I JUDITH HARWAR the Wife of THOMAS HARWAR doe hereby So appoint WILLIAM TALBUTT my lawfull Attorney for me and in my name to acknowledge unto HENRY WOODNUTT all my right and title of Four hundred and sixty acres of land sould him as by conveyance upon Record bearing date the 30th day of November 1671 will appeare giving my said Attorney as full and ample power concerning the Premises as is or can be in any Letter of Attorney expressed as Witness my hand and seal this 4th day of March 1672/3
      in presence of HENRY MANDELEY, JUDITH A HARWAR
      Recordat xx die March 1672
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      1674-1676 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 281
      TO ALL XPIAN PEOPLE to whom these presents shall come I THOMAS HARWAR of the County of Rappa send Greeting &c Know yee that I the said THOMAS HARWAR for and in consideracon of Two thousand pounds of Sound merchantable Leafe tobacco in Casque to me in hand paid by RICHARD SPURLING of the same County the receipt whereof I doe hereby acknowledge to have granted and by these presents doe sell unto the said RICHARD SPURLING his heirs Executrs. and assigns One hundred and fifty acres of land lying on the Southside the River bounding on the land of Mr THOMAS BOWLER which he bought of RICHARD SPURLING fifty acres of the said land being formerly taken up by the said RICHARD SPURLING and by him sould the other hundred being part of a greater tract of land taken up by me the said HARWARR and NICHOLAS COX bounding upon the said Fifty acres of land which said One hundred and fifty acres of land hath been by HENRY WOODNUT sold to FRANCIS STAFFORD and since purchased by me the said HARWARE To have and to hold the said One hundred and fifty acres of land together with all rights and privilidges whatsoever thereunto belonging to him the said RICHARD SPURLING his heirs or assigns forevermore and further I the said THOMAS HARWAR my heirs promise with the said RICHARD SPURLING his heirs or assigns by these presents that the said RICHARD SPURLING or his assigns shall and may lawfully occupie and possess the aforesaid land with Warranty from me the said HARWAR my heirs or assigns and all other persons by my means or procurement. In Witness whereof I together with my Wife JUDITH HARWAR have hereunto set our hands & seals this third day of May 1675
      in presence of us RICHARD BROOKE THOMAS HARWAR
      JUDITH HARWAR
      Recognitr in Cu Comr Rappa 5 die May 1675
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      1674-1676 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 281-282
      THIS INDENTURE made this 26th day of Aprill in the year of uur Lord God One thousand Six hundred Seventy and five Betweene HENRY SMITH of the County of Rappa of the one party and THOMAS HARWAR of the County aforesaid of the other partie. Witnesseth that the said HENRY SMITH for and in consideration of Ten thousand pounds of good merchantable tobacco and Casque to him in hand paid at or before the delivery of these presents by the said THOMAS HARWAR whereof and wherewith the said HENRY SMITH doth acknowledge himselfe fully sattisfied and paid and thereofre and of every part and parcell doe clearly acquitt and discharge the said THOMAS HARWAR his heirs and every of them forever by these presents doth fully and absolutely grant and confirme unto the said THOMAS HARWAR his heirs and assigns forever all his right and interest of Three hundred and Seventy acres of land scituate in the County aforesaid on the Southside the RAPPA RIVER on the Back of the Divident the said HENRY SMITH now liveth on wch parcell of three hundred and seaventy acres aforesaid Boundeth as followeth (Vizt) beginning at three white Oakes under the Hills and running into the woods West South West to another corner thence North North West and thence parrallell with the first and second lines unto the first menconed Corner withall and singular the right and privilidges and all other profitts and hereditamen ts whatsoever to the same belonging (or ever was granted) and also the said HENRY SMITH for the consideration aforesaid hath granted and sell unto the said THOMAS HARWAR his heirs all the Estate title possession Clayme and demand whatsoever wch he the said HENRY SMITH hath had or shall should may might or of Right ought to have or clayme of in or to the said Land and all and singular the premises with the appurtenances before in or too any part or parcell thereof To have and to hold ithe said land and all and singular the premises before menconed meant or intended to be hereby granted and every part and parcell thereof wth all and singular the rights and appurtenances unto the aforesaid THOMAS HARWAR his heirs and assigns forever the said THOMAS HARWAR his heirs or assigns paying unto the Rent Gatherers appointed all such Claymes of Rent or services as shall be demanded by our Sovereign Lord the ( ) or Officers and to acknowledge the sale hereof in Court being at any time thereunto required together with ELIZABETH my Wife or her Lawfull Attorney In Testimony of the same I have hereunto put my hand and Seale the day and year above written
      in presence of us THOMAS DEEME HENRY SMITH
      JOHN JONES
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I ELIZABETH SMITH doe by these presents freely and willingly and without any Constraint give and grant unto Mr. THOMAS HARWAR his heirs & admrs or assigns all the Right title claim and property I have or had or might have unto the above mentioned three hundred and seaventy acres of land. In Testimony of the same have hereunto put my hand & seale the day and yeare above mentioned
      ELIZABETH SMITH
      Recognitr in Cu Comr Rappa 5 die May 1675
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      1677-1678 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 6, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 122
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that wee THOMAS & JUDITH HARWARE of the County of Rappae. have for us or: heires for a valuable consideration already paid unto THOMAS CROW of the same County by HENRY WOODNUT doe by these prsents give sell confirme unto HENRY WOODNUTT of the said County all our right & interest of One hundred & Sixty acres being pte of Seaven hundred & sixty acres, Foure hundred & sixty out of the said Seavin hundred & sixty formerly sold to the said WOODNUTT on the East side of the WHITE MARSH but the abovesd One hundred & sixty acres to be on the West side of the WHITE MARSH bounding upon the WHITE MARSH on the other pcell sold & be for length & breadth according as the land is Surveyed to containe the said One hundred & silty acres. To have and to hold unto the said HENRY WOODNUTT his heires forever wth all profits priviledges thereunto belonging in as large & ample manner as is to us granted wthout the molestation of any persons that shall lay claime And to acknowledge this our Deed in Court at any time required in Testimoney of the same wee have hereunto putt our hands & seals the 3d day of January 1675/6
      Signed Sealed & delivered in
      presence of us WM. TALBUTT, THO: HARWARE
      JOHN CHENLY
      Recognitr. in Cur Com Rappae 2 die Maii 1677
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      1679-1682 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Will & Deed Book 6, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 283
      KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I THOMAS HARWAR of the County of Rappae: for the sume of Fifteen hundred pounds of tobacco paid by THOMAS CROW of the sd County have sold unto the sd THOMAS CROW his heirs or assignes forever One hundred acres of land lying in the South side the River and bounding upon the Plantation of the sd THOMAS CROW where he now liveth and likewise upon land of Mr THOMAS BOWLES which he bought of Coll: THOMAS GOODRICH it being remaining part of a tract of land formerly pattented by me the sd THOMAS HARWAR & NICHOLAS COX the other part in the possession of HENRY WOODNOT being sold unto him by me the sd THOMAS HARWAR To have and to hold the sd One hundred and fifty acres of land unto sd THOMAS CROW his heyres or assignes forever with warrant from sd THOMAS HARWAR my heyers or assignes from all other prsons In Witness whereof I have sett my hand and Seale this second day of January 1679
      in prsents of us EDWARD THOMAS, THO: HARWAR
      SACCARIAH GRALENGE
      Recognitr in Cur Com Rappae; iber 6 die
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      1679-1682 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Will & Deed Book 6, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 323
      KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents yt: I THOMAS HARWAR, Exeter, of ye last Will & Testament of JOHN PENNEYE, Executor of WM. SIMES, for & in consideration of Sawing of two thousand foot of Inch Pine plank to be sawed on ye now dwelling plantation of THOMAS ROBERTS & to be compleated by CHRISTMAS DAY next have sould unto JOHN MILLS all my right & intrest of a certain parcell of land lying at ye head of MORATICOE CREEK & bounding as within written with warranty from me my heires or any persons from under me. In Witness whereof I have set my hand & seale this Sixth day of August 1681 Signed sealed & delivered in
      ye prsence of THO: ROBERTS, THO: HARWAR
      MARVELL MOSELEY with ye Consent of JUDITH &2 HARW AR
      Recognitr et recordatr
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      Old Rappahannock Co Va Deed Book 7 - 1682-1686, page 58
      KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents that I THOMAS JILLETT [Gillett] of Rappa: County, Plantr., am firmly bound to THOMAS HARWAR of the same County Gent. in Ten thousand pounds of good sound merchantable Tob: and cask to be paid to said THO: HARWAR sealed with my seale and dated the first day of August 1683
      The Condition of this obligation is that if ye above bound THOMAS JILLETT his heires well and truely deliver unto JUDITH ROBERTS, Daughter of THOMAS ROBERTS, late of the aforesaid County deceased, and ANN his Wife wch: ANN the said THOMAS JILLETT hash now intermarryed with one new feather bed bowlster rugg & blanket bonafide with twelve hundred pounds of Tobb: and cask, three young milch cows, three young breeding sows & one Mare of three yeares old and all wch; are to be good sound & serviceable when & so soon as she the sd JUDITH shall attaine to the age of one and Twenty or be Marryed wch shall first happen without fraud or deceipt then this Obligation shall be void or else it shall stand in full force & virtue
      Sealed and delivered in the prsence of us
      JOHN BILLINGTON THOMAS JILLETT the marke of
      ROBT. WILLIAMS
      JO: ALMOND
      Recordatr. x4 die August 1683
      Test THO: NEW Dept, Cl Cur
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      Old Rappahannock Co VA Deed Book 8 - 1689-1692; Antient Press: page 230-231
      BEE IT KNOWN unto all men by these presents that I MARY DYKE, Widow, late Wife of JOHN DYKE deced, have right & full power to dispose of Two hundred acres of land be it more or less lying and adjoining Mr. THO: HARWARs Plantacon being my part or proportion of the tract of land belonging to JOHN SHARPE my Naturall Brother for divers good causes do grant & acknowledge all my right of the sd parcell of land with all profits & appertinances thereunto belonging unto THO. TALBOTT my oldest Son & heir & his heirs forever And that it may be lawfull for the sd THO. TALBOTT to make such conveyance as by his Councell learned in the Law shall direct and I sd MARY DIKE, Widow, doth oblige myselfe or any attorney lawfully authorized to acknowledge the within menconed premises in any Court of Judicature as also this to be my full & voluntary perfect Deed of Guift In Witness whereof I have here unto sett my hand and seal this Thirtieth day of March 1691
      Signed Sealed and delivered in the presents of
      RICHD. LACKLAND. MARY signum DIKE
      Recognitr in Cur Comt Rappa 1 die Aprilis 1691
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      1694-1695 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book; [Antient Press]; Page 236:
      At a Court held for Essex County June the 10th: Anno Dom 1695
      - THOMAS CROWE appear;d and acknowledged a Deed of Sale of a parcell of Land to Mr. THOMAS HARWAR & HENRY WOODNUT to be his real act & deed, wch: is ordered to be recorded
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      30 December 1700
      Virginia, Wills and Probate Records, 1652-1983
      Essex Photostat Copy, Made 1937, of Deed Book, Vol 10, 1699-1702
      page 72, image 188
      "Thomas Harwar is assigned Guardian to Elizabeth & Judith Billington orphans of John Billington deceased."

      25 May 1702
      page 121, image 214
      "On the motion of Leonard Hill it is ordered that the account of Mary Billington widow of John Billington deceased be referred to the next Court to be adjudged to the end(?). Mr. Tho: Harwar Guardian of the said Deceased's orphans may be there."
      === land mentioned
      1738-1742 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 22; [Antient Press]; Page 290-302
      GEORGE the Second to LANDON CARTER, GILBERT HAMILTON & WILLIAM BROKENBROUGH Gent Justices of the County of RICHMOND Greeting Whereas WILLIAM BEALE of the Parish of Northfarnham in the County aforesaid Gent and HARWAR his Wife have agreed to convey to JOHN EVANS JUNR. of Parish of Southfarnham in the County of Essex the fee simple Estate of a parcel of land in the Parish of Southfarnham and County of Essex containing two hundred and twenty one Acres of land and the said HARWAR thro the Infirmity of her health cannot travel to the Court of our said County of Essex to make such acknowledgement We the State of the said HARWAR Commiserating in this case have given you power to take the acknowledgement which said HARWAR shall be willing to give you and when you have taken it that you Certifie and return the same to our Justices at the Court House of said County Together with such Deeds may be recorded. Witness WILLIAM BEVERLEY Clerk of our said Court this XVIth day of September 1741 and the fifteenth year of our Reign
      THIS INDENTURE made the fifteenth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty one Between WILLIAM BEALE gent and HARWAR his Wife of the Pish of Northfarnham and County of RICHMOND of one part and JOHN EVANS JUNR of the Parish of Southfarnham and County of Essex of other part Witnesseth that said WILLIAM BEALE and HARWAR his Wife in consideration of the sum of Sixty five pounds Current money of Virginia hath sold unto said JOHN EVANS JR and to his heirs and assigns all that part of their Tract of land Commonly called or known by the name of STONY HILL LAND lying and being in the Parish of Southfarnham and County of Essex con teyn in g two hundred and twenty one acres being part of a Tract of Six hundred and Forty seven acres of land granted to Mr. THOMAS HARWAR Deceased by PATENT bearing date the twenty second day of Septembr. Anno: Sixteen hundred & Eighty Two, and bounded Beginning at a small White Oake standing in a Branch and is a Corner between this said land and the Land of JOHN DUNN Thence North West to a marked white oake standing by MITCHELLs Fence thence South West Crossing the MAIN ROAD to a Corner Hickory standing by the side of an old Field in a line of JOHN CHEYNEY deceased, thence South East to a Stone lying in a Valley, thence down the said Valley to the head of a small Branch thence down the said Branch to the beginning Corner White Oake To Have and To Hold the said Two hundred and twenty one acres of land unto said JOHN EVANS JUNR, his heirs and assigns forever. In Witness whereof said WILLIAM BEALE and HARWAR his Wife hath set their hands and seals
      in presence of TRAVS TARPLEY, WM. BEALE
      TAVERNER BEALE, CHARLES BEALE HARWAR BEALE
      Memorandum Livery and Seisin was delivered by WILLIAM BEALE unto JOHN EVANS JR. by Turff and Twigg in presence of the Witnesses this Eight day of October 1741
      Witnesses JOHN DUNN. JOHN SMITH WM. BEALE
      At a Court held for Essex County at Tappa on the 17th day of November 1741 WILLIAM BEALE Gent acknowledged this Indenture with Livery of Seisin thereon Endorsed to be his acts and deeds. and the acknowledgement of said Indenture by HARWAR the Wife of the said WILLIAM appears by a Commission next before and a Return thereof next after this Indenture recorded which on motion of JOHN EVANS JR was admitted to record
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      1666-1679 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 52
      THOMAS HARWARR (Harwar) & NICH. COX. 922 acs. Rappa. Co.. S. side the Riv.. 7 Dec. 1668, p. 205. 867 ars. adj. John Chyn, Tho, Pattison & Rich. Bredgart. Jno. Sharpe, Inc. Mayo, & Lt. Coll. Tho. Goodrich; 55 acs. adj. Rich. Snurlong, & purchased from him; 867 ars. for trans. of 18 pers: Nich. Cox. Wm. Crosse. Hen. Battle. Jno. Williams. Jno. Tones, Bethell Garland. Rich. Brookes, Fliz. Chamberlen. Rich. Knowles, Wm. Crosse. Jno. Loxley, Wm. Chambers, Jno. Stock. Patrick Cookmen. Charles Thomas. Tho. Hatwan. Hugh Lee. Sampson Cooper.
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      1666-1679 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 89
      MR. THOMAS HARWAR & NICH. COX, 922 acs. Rappa. Co.. S. side sd. Riv., 17 Nov. 1670, p. 342. 867 acs. adj. Jno. Chin. Tho. Pattyson. Rich. Bredgar, Jno. Sharp, Jno. Mayo & Lt. Col. Tho. Goodrich; 55 acs. adj. Rich. Spurland & purchased of him. 867 acs. for trans. of 18 pers.* Note: This pattent is recorded in this booke in folio 205.
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      1679-1689 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 7; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 244
      MR. THO. HARWAR, 647 acs., Rappa. Co., 22 Sept. 1682, p. 188..0n back of Capt. Henry Smith; beg. at Randolph Curtis; by Lacie's fence, &c. 398 acs. purchased of sd. Smith, to whom it was granted 24 Sept. 1674; 79 acs. granted to Henery Woodnot & Thomas Smith 17 Nov. 1670; 150 acs. due for trans.

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