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

John Killman

Male Bef 1628 - 1677  (> 49 years)


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  • Name John Killman 
    Born Bef 1628 
    Gender Male 
    Died 6 Jun 1677  South Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia - probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I72685  Tree1
    Last Modified 22 Oct 2021 

    Family ID F37424  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Margery MNU Killman,   b. Bef 1632,   d. Aft 1668, South Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 38 years) 
    Children 
     1. Anne Killman,   b. Bef 1664,   d. Aft 1704, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 42 years)  [natural]
     2. Mary Killman,   b. Bef 1674,   d. Bef 1690, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age < 16 years)  [natural]
     3. Sarah Killman,   b. Abt 1675,   d. Aft 1707, South Farnham Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 33 years)  [natural]
     4. George Killman,   b. Abt 1652, South Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 1668 and 1695, South Farnham Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 16 years)  [natural]
     5. George Killman  [natural]
    Last Modified 22 Oct 2021 
    Family ID F37423  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
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      1677-1678 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed & Will Book 6, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 20-21
      Wills of Old Rappahannock County, Virginia [William Montgomery Sweeny] Wills in the Record Book entitled Wills No. 2, 1677-1682.
      KILLMAN, JOHN, 19 January, 1676; 6 June, 1677.
      To daughter Anne one brass pott and a Whislett & Corall and the first foale that my Mare brings and a Rug & a Cow & a yearling.
      To daughter Sarah a Small Ring & a Cow & a yearling & a pott & the second foale my Mare brings.
      To my daughter Mary the third foale that my Mare brings & a Cow & a yearling & a pott & two Pott Racks & all the Rest of my household goods to be Equally divided betwixt my foure Children onely my Gunn & one pat I doe give unto my Son George & my Mare & the Rest of my Cattle. Appoints son George his Executor. John Dike and Thomas Greene to be Overseers. Thomas Greene is to see that the estate be not removed of the plantation and that William West shall live on the Plantation rent free till my son George be 16 years of age. All my land to my son George and his heirs forever.
      Wit. THOMAS COCKIN, aged 50 years or thereabouts,
      BENJAMIN RANDALL (or RANDLE) aged 40 years or thereabouts. Page 20.
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      1656-1662 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 1, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 30
      BE IT KNOWN UNTO ALL MEN by these presents that I THOMAS GOODRICH of the County of Rappa. have given granted bargained & absolutely (missing) unto JOHN KILLMAN & GEORGE KILLMAN of the County of Rappa. two black (missing) Exrs & a slitt in one & two in the other & also the other (missing) in the other to have and to hold the abovesaid Catle with their increase (unto the said JOHN KILLMAN & GEORGE) KILLMAN their heirs & assignes from the day of the date of these presents (free from the lett hindrance or) molestation of me the said THOMAS GOODRICH my heirs & assignes or any other person or persons whatsoever. In Witness whereof I have hereunto sett my hand this 29th May 1658
      Test RICHARD KING THOMAS GOODRICH
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      1662-1664 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 1, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 276
      THIS BILL Bindeth me ROBERT ARMSTRONG my heirs & admrs. to pay unto JOHN KILMAN or assignes the full sum of Nine hundred & 60 pounds of sound Legall tobo & cask with conveniency in Rappa. County at or upon the tenth day of October next ensuing date hereof & for the better performance of the premises I do hereby bind over unto the sd JOHN KILLMAN two Oxen called by the name of Buck & Benben & I do oblige my self that if the Tobo be not paid as aforesd that then the sd JOHN KILLMAN shall take the sd Oxen into his own possession as his own proper goods
      In Witness I have seu my hand this third of February 1663
      Test RICH: WEBLEY. ROBERT ARMSTRONG
      GEORGE ELLISON, THOMAS GAINES
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      1662-1664 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 1, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 282
      BE IT KNOWN by these presents that wee GEORGE KILLMAN & JOHN KILLMAN of (missing) for ourselves our heirs & either of them by these presents do sell unto JOHN COX of Rappa. aforesaid Planter & his heirs all (missing) & personal] Estate goods & Chattells that (missing) shall be possessed of within the land of (missing) & to hold & peacably to enjoy to the proper use & behoof of the sd JOHN COX his heirs & assignes for eve as he or their (missing) the day of the date hereof to & for the (missing) the premises wee the said GEORGE KILLMAN & JOHN KILLMAN for ourselves & either of us by these presents In Witness whereof we have hereunto sett our hands & seals this Twenty ninth day of Febry (being Leap Year) One thousand Six hundred Sixty three and in the Fifteenth year of the Reign of our Sovrn. King CHARLES the Second The Condition of this obligacon is that if the above bounden GEORGE KILLMAN & JOHN KILLMAN do well & truly pay to the abovenamed JOHN his heirs or assignes the full & just sum of Eight Thousand pounds of good Tobo & cask at two several! paymts. as is more particularly expressed in two Seal! Bills signed by the sd KILLMANs bearing date with these presents all which sd paymts being done & performed without fraud or coven that then this oh! is to be void or else to remaine in full force
      in presence of us WILL JOHNSON, GEORGE KILLMAN
      JOHN SAFFIN, THO. WRIGHT, JOHN KILLMAN
      WILL LINELL
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      1668-1670 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 44-45
      KNOW ALL MEN by these pntes that wee GEORGE & JOHN KILLIMAN have bargained & Sold unto THOMAS COCKIN One hundred & twenty acres of land lyeing on PUSCATAWAY CREEKE which land wee the sd GEORGE & JOHN KILLIMAN doe firmely bind ourselves our heirs to enjoy the same without any molestation trouble from any pson or psons whatsoever one landing by the Creeke side onely excepted & do by these pntes alienate the sd land from us our heirs to his his heirs for ever As Witness our hands & seals this 23d day of July 1666
      We the sd GEORGE & KILLIMAN doe grant & allow unto the sd THOMAS COCKIN soe much timber as hee the sd COCKIN shall need to build on his owne land soe long as wee the sd GEORGE & JOHN KILLIMAN shall live.
      the mrke of
      Testis WILLIAM PRESLY GEORGE KILLIMAN
      the marke of the marke of
      FRANCIS HILL JOHN KILLIMAN
      These pntes witnesseth that I MARGERY KILLIMAN doth acknowledge to have sold unto THOMAS COCKIN of JAMES CITTY COUNTY the prsent menconed land to him &his heirs for Ever & for to acknowledge it for his use the Next Court as Witnesse my hand & seale the 13th day of Janry the marke of
      ARTHUR HODGES MARGERY KILLIMAN
      Recognitr 3d Febry 1665
      KNOW ALL MEN by these pntes that I GEORGE KILMAN & MARGERY KILMAN the Wife of JOHN KILLMAN doe constitute the foresd JNO. KILLMAN the husband of MARGERY KILMAN Mother of GEORGE KILLMAN of the County of Rappa, our true & lawfull Atturney to acknowledge a pcell of land belonging to the pties above menconed of one hundred & twenty acres to THOMAS COCK IN of JAMES CITTY COUNTY upon the condicon that the sd COCKIN is to lett the foresd JOHN KILLIMAN & GEORGE KILLIMAN to have Right of Refusall if hee sell it As Witness our hands & seals this thirteenth Jan Ano 1668
      Test FRANCIS MONDEFORD GEORGE KILLIMAN
      MARGERY KILLIMAN
      Recordatr. Xth Die Feb: 1668
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      1668-1670 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 86 - 87
      ARTICLES of AGREEMENT made the Eighth day of June in the yeare of our Ld. God Ano Dom 1669 KNOW ALL MEN by these pntes that wee JOHN & GEORGE KILLMAN for valueable consideracon have bargained sold & del'd one pcell of land conteyning two hundred acres & also for have a square joyneing to the sd Land of JOHN PATTERSON lyeing North East & also bounding upon the sd land of CAPT. JOSIAS PICCISS and the land of PETER GODSON unto the sd DAVID & HENRY JACKSON their heirs wth warranty of the sd pson from all pson or psons whatsoever that either may or shall lay any clayme or tytle interest to the sd land and also wee the above menconed JOHN & GEORGE KILLMAN doe heerby these pntes binde ourselves our heirs with warranty from all psons or psons whatsoever onely unto the sd DAVID & HENRY JACKSON & in confirmacon of the same wee the sd GEORGE & JOHN KILLMAN doe binde ourselves unto these prsent obligacon. As Witness our hands & scales the pnte day & day above menconed
      in the pnce of us JO: PATTERSON GEORGE KILLMAN
      THOMAS GREENE JOHN KILLMAN
      KNOW ALL MEN by these pntes that I MARGERY KILLMAN doe heerby acknowledge this act & deed above menconed. As witness my hand & seale
      PIERRE DIEULEFITT MARGERY KILLMAN
      THOMAS GREENE
      I DAVID JACKSON doth assign over my right & tytle of the wthin written conveyance to R. BRAY as Witness my hand this 2d of Feb: 1669
      Recognitr, 2d Feb, 1669 D. JACKSON
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      1668-1670 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 87
      BEE IT KNOWNE to all men by these pntes that I JOHN KILLMAN & MARGERY KILLMAN my Wife doe constitute our Loveing Friend THOMAS GREENE our true & Lawfull Atturney to acknowledge to DAVID JACKSON & HENRY JACKSON a pcell of land cant: two hundred acres of land sold by us to the aforesd Brethren. As Witness our hands this 6th of July Ano 1669
      Test FRANCIS MONDEFORD, JOHN KILLMAN
      WILLIAM WESSELL [Vassall] MARGERY KILLMAN
      ARTICLES of AGREEMENT made the Eighth day of June in the yeare of our Ld, God Ano Dom 1669 KNOW ALL MEN by these pntes that wee JOHN KILLMAN & GEORGE KILLMAN for a valueable consid have bargained sold & deld one pcell of land Cons two hundred acres & also for to have it square at the head of the lyne lyeing North East & also bounding upon the sd land of Capt. JOSIAS PICCISS & the land of JOHN LACE unto the sd JOHN PATTERSON his heirs or assigner with warranty of the sd land from all psons whatsoever that either may or shall lay any clayme title or interest to the sd land and also wee the above menconed JOHN KILLMAN & GEORGE KILLMAN doe peer by these pntes binde ourselves our heirs wth warranty of the sd land from all psons whatsoever onley unto the sd JOHN PATTERSON and in confirmacon of the same the sd GEORGE KILLMAN & JOHN KILLMAN doe bind ourselves unto the prsent obligacon, As Witnes our hands & seales this prsent day of date abovemenconed
      in the pnce of us JOHN GODFREY. GEORGE KILLMAN
      THOMAS GREENE JOHN KILLMAN
      Recognr, in Cur Rappa 7th die July 1669
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      1670-1672 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 228
      KNOW ALL MEN by these prsents yt. wee GEORGE [& JOHN] KILLMAN of the County of Rappa. for divers good causes & considerations us thereunto moveing have for us or: heires bargained sould & made over unto Mr. JOHN DICKE of the County aforesd all our right title and interest of Two hundred acres of land scituate in the County aforesd according to the Survey of the same wch said Two hundred acres of land boundeth as followeth (Vitt) Beginning at a Spanish Oake in the line of Capt. JOSIAS PICKUS nigh GREENE BRANCH & runing thence over the GREENE BRANCH S:W: 140 poles to Redd Oake on a Leven thence N. W. 1/2 W. 226 poles to a red cake by a branch aforesd parralell with the first line to the land of Capt. JOSIAS PICKUS aforesaid to a white Oake corner thence to the first menconed station To Have and To Hold ye aforesaid Two hundred acres of land to him the said Mr. JOHN DICKE his heires forever in as large ample benefit manner to all intents and purposes as it is granted to us ye sd JOHN & GEO: KILLMAN by Pattent from ye Right Honble Governor & Council and further we ye sd JNO. & GEO: doe oblige ourselves our heirs to save harmeless the said Mr. JOHN DICKE and to acknowledge this or: act and deed in ye County Court being at any time thereunto Required In Testimony of the same have hereunto put or: hands and seales this 27th day of March 1671
      in ye prsence of us JOHN CHEYNEY, his marke JOHN KILLMAN
      JOHN WHITE his marke GEORGE KILLMAN
      Recognitr. in Cur Rappa. 3d die May 1671
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      1670-1672 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 4, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 270-271
      THIS INDENTURE made the first day of januarie in the yeare of our Lord one thousand six hundred and Seaventy and one and the three and Twentieth yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereign Lord CHARLES the second by the grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland King defender of the faith &c Betweene JOHN DIKE of the one party and WILLIAM COPELAND of the County of Rappa. of the other party Wittnesseth that the said JOHN DIKE for and in consideracon of foure thousand eight hundred pounds of Tobacco and caske in hand paid by the said WILLIAM COPELAND the Receipt whereof the said JOHN DYKE doth hereby acknoweldge do bargaine sell and confirme unto the said WILLIAM COPELAND his heirs and assignes forever two hundred acres of land the said land being part of a tract of land Pattented by JOHN KILMAN wch the said KILMAN now liveth upon the said Two hundred acres sould by the said KILMAN to JOHN PATTERSON and by the said PATTERSON sold unto me JOHN DIKE and now by me sold unto WILLIAM COPELAND said land lying on the South side of the Rappa. beginning at a Spanish Oake in a line of Capt. JOSIAS PICKUS nigh a GREEN BRANCH and runing thence over the GREEN BRANCH So. West by So. 140 poles to a red Oake on a level thence No. West & West 226 poles to a Red by a small branch thence over severall branches belonging to the said GREEN BRANCH aforesaid parallel! to the first line to the land of Capt. JOSIAS PICKUS aforesaid to a white Oake corner thence to the said mentioned station together with all wales waters and other priviledges thereunto belonging Wittness my hand and seal the day and yeare abovesd
      in the presence of us THOMAS TURNER JOHN DIKE
      FRANCIS STAFFORD EASTER DIKE
      Recognitr. in Cur Rappa 3d die January 1671
      KNOW ALL. MEN by these presents that I EASTER DIKE the Wife of JOHN DIKE of the County of Rappa Planter dor constitute and appoint my well beloved Friend RICHD KING for me and in my stead to be my true and lawful! Attorney to acknowledge two hundred acres of land sold to WM. COPELAND as fully and amply as if I were there present In Wittness whereof I have sett my hand and Seale the 29th of December 1671
      in ye presence of us DAWBERRY BAGWELL, EASTER DIKE
      ANNE KING
      Recordatr 3d die Aprille 1671
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      1672-1674 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 97-98
      KNOW ALL. MEN that wee JOHN and GEORGE KILLMAN of the County of Rappa for divers good causes hereunto moveing have from us our heirs given made over and confirmed unto Mr. RICHARD BRAY of the County of Rappa. Gent all our Right and interest of Two hundred acres of land being in the County aforesaid on the South side of RAPPA RIVER lying upon the branch of PISCATAWAY CREEK known and called by the name of KILMAN DANMIA and bounding upon the said Land hereafter named Vizi., beginning at a Corner Hickory standing by DOCTOR GIBSONs Plantation runing by marked trees thence South West to a corner tree by DEEP BRANCH thence South East to the Corner tree of Mr. JOHN DYKE over GREENS BRANCH thence paralell to the first line to the land of Capt PICHEE by the Land of the aforesaid DIVE over certain small branches and over GREEN BRANCH to a small Oake and stake in the valley thence by the land of Capt PICHES W. thence No. to a leaning Oake on the head of a branch on JOHN BIBBIEs Line thence SW to a corner Oak by DR. GIBSONs fence and by LANGS PATH thence No.W. to the place it began To have and to hold the aforesaid Two hundred acres of land according to the bound before expressed to him the said Mr. RICHARD BRAY his heirs and assigner forever withal] proffitts and priviledges with all woods wais and waters in as effectual manner as it is granted by the Right Honble the governor and his Council of State engaging ourselves and our heirs that the sd Mr. RICHARD BRAY his heirs and assigns shall quietly hold and occupy every part of the aforesaid land without the disturbance of any persons that shall lay any just claime thereunto and to acknowledge the same have hereunto set our hands and seals this 26th day of October 1672
      in presence of JOHN GODFREY, GEORGE KILMAN
      HENRY P ( ) JOHN KILMAN
      Recognit 7 die May 1673
      === land mentioned
      1674-1676 Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Part II; [Antient Press]; Page 252-253
      January Court 1674 THIS INDENTURE made the first day of January in the year of our Lord One thousand six hundred seventy and one and in the three and twentieth yeare of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord CHARLES the Second by the grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland king Defender of the Faith &c Between JOHN DIKE of the one party and WILLIAM COPLAND both of the County of Rappa of the other party Witnesseth that the said JOHN DIKE for and in consideration of foure thousand eight hundred pounds of tobacco and casque in hand paid by the said WILL. COPELAND the receipt whereof the said JOHN DIKE doth hereby acknowledg to have received and thereof doth discharge the said COPELAND his heirs and Successors have granted unto the said WILL. COPELAND his heirs and assigns forever Two hundred acres of land the said land being part of a tract of land Pattented by JOHN KILMAN wch the said KILMAN now liveth upon the said Two hundred acres sold by the said KILMAN unto JOHN PATTERSON and by the said PATTERSON sold unto me JOHN DICKE and now by me to WILLIAM COPELAND the said Land lying on the South side of the River beginning at a Spanish Oake in a line of Capt. JOSIAS PICKAS nigh a GREENE BRANCH and runing thence over the GREENE BRANCH SW to a red Oake by a small Branch thence over certaine small branches belonging to the said GREENE BRANCH aforesaid to the land of Capt. JOSIAS PICKAS aforesaid to a white Oake corner thence to the first mentioned station together with all wayes waters and other privilidges and appurtenances thereunto belonging and I the said JOHN DICKE my heirs promise with the said WILLIAM COPELAND his heirs and assigns that he shall lawfully and quietly have the aforesaid land with warranty from me and from all other persons laying any claim to the aforesaid land or any part thereof As Witness my hand and seale the day and year abovesaid
      in presence of us THO HARWAR, JOHN DIKE
      FRANCIS STAFFORD EASTER DIKE
      Recognitr in Cu Com Rappa 20 die Jany 1674
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      1692-1693 Essex County, Virginia Deed, Will & Order Book; [Antient Press]; (Page 45)
      At a Court held for Essex County 11th of October 1692
      - JOHN CAMMILL brought his accon to this Court against Mr. ALICE FORBES & declares that ye said Mrs. ALICE FORBES stands indebted to him a Cow and a yearling that belonged to MARY KILLMAN. Daughter of JOHN KILLMAN, late of ye County of. RAPPA deced, as also Nine hundred and seventy five pounds of tobo: & cask; now ye said MARY KILLMAN being deced ye right descends upon him as marrying SARAH. younger Sister to ye said MARY, who hath often demanded ye said Cattle & tobo: of ye said Mrs. ALICE FORBES. Admx. and Relict of Mr, THOMAS GOULDMAN, late of RAPPA: deced, who came possessed of the Estate of ye said JOHN KILLMAN in behalfe of ye Orphans, he therefore prayes Judgmt, for his aid Cattle wth. their encrease since they have been demanded & for his tobo: wth: cost of suit,
      To which ye Defendt. by her Attorney appeared & demanded that ye Plt. should make ye Laws same appear; Whereupon ye Plt produced an order of RAPPA, Court wherein ye sd KILLMAN's Estate was to be sold at an Out Cry and that ye said Mr. THOMAS GOULDMAN was appointed to take ye Judgmts. & give an account of ye same as also an account of ye sd Estate sould by ye sd GOULDMAN according to ye before recited order whereon it appears that ye said tobo: is due to ye Plt. but not makeing it appear to ye Court that ye sd Mr. THOMAS GOULDMAN was possest with ye above Cattle. Judgmt. is granted to ye sd JOHN CAMMILL agt: ye sd Mrs. ALICE FORBES, Admx. & Relict of Mr. THOMAS GOULDMAN deced. for Nine hundred & seventy five pounds of tobo: to be paid with cost of suit
      - Capt. ARTHUR SPICER appeared Attor: for Mrs. ALICE FORBES at ye suit of JNO: CAMMILL JAMES BAUGHAN appeared Attor: for JOHN CAMMILL vs FORBES
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      1694-1695 Essex County, Virginia Order Book; [Antient Press]; Page 232
      Essex Couty Court 11th of March 1694/5
      Upon the peticon of JOHN CAMILL & SARAH (?) his Wife, co-heires of GEORGE KILLMAN late of this County deced, Its ordered that Capt. WM, MOSELEY, Surveyr: do on Munday next (if fair, if not the next fair day) make an equal division into two parts according to quantity & quallity of that tract or parcell of land whereon the said KILLMAN lived and whereof he died possest, lying on the East side of PISCATTAWAY CREEKE and report his proceedings to ye next Court to be held for this County
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      1695-1697 Essex County, Virginia Deed & Will Book, Part I; [Antient Press]; Page 94-95
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that wee JOHN CAMELL and SARAH CAMELL my Wife of the Parish of SOUTH FARNHAM in the County of Essex for the sume of Two thousand and seven hundred pounds of lawfull Tobbaccoe to us in hand paid hath granted unto the said HENRY PICKETT his heires and assignes forever one hundred acres of Land being in the said Parish of FARNHAM & County of Essex back in the woods and on the Branches of PAPATACON CREEK, itt being part of a tract of Land formerly belonging to JOHN KILLMAN, Father of the said SARAH CAMELL, and descending by the death of the said JOHN KILLMAN unto his Son, GEORGE KILLMAN, Brother of the said SARAH CAMELL, and by the death of the said GEORGE KILLMAN, unto the said SARAH CAMELL; To have and to hold the said one hundred acres of Land, begining att a white Oake corner tree to the land of JOHN MITCHALL and tuning thence South East by the said MITCHALL's Land to a marked white Oake standing by a Branch called the GREENE SWAMP, thence West South West dome the said Swamp called the BEVERDAM SWAMP to a marked white Oake, thence East up into the woods to the first menconed corner tree; To him the said HENRY PICKETT the said One hudnred acres of land with all its rights to possess and enjoy and we the said JOHN CAMELL and SARAH CAMELL for ourselves our heires the said land sold unto the said HENRY PICKETT and his heires against us our heires and all other p:sons whatsoever claymeing under us and will warrant and defend by these presents; In Witness of all the above premisses and all the articles and clauses and in Confirmacon of them and every of them we the said JOHN CAMELL and SARAH CAMELL do hereunto put our hands and seales this 20th day of Janry: 1696
      Sealed and delivered in the presence of us
      THO PARKER SENR., JOHN CAMELL
      JOHN GATEWOOD, SARAH CAMELL
      SARAH PICKETT
      Acknowledged in Essex County Court the 10th day of May 1697 by the above named JOHN CAMELL and SARAH his Wife (the said SARAH being privately examined according to Law) and truely recorded
      Test FRANCIS MERIWETHER, Cl Cur
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      1662-1666 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 5; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 472
      JOHN KILLMAN, 150 acs. Rappa. Co., 2 Dec. 1663, p. 241, (163). Adj. land of sd. John & George Killman, upon Piscataway Cr., beg. at an ancient red oake, running S.E. &c. to Neele Petersons cor. white oake upon Green branch, down the same W. Sly. dividing this from land of sd. Peterson &c to W. side of the swamp called by the name of Killmans Beaver Dam Sw. &c. Trans. of 3 pers.
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      1666-1679 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 163
      JOHN & GEO. KILLMAN, 920- acs., Rappa. Co., on Ralph Cr, a br of Pascutway Cr., 10 June 1675, p. 556. By land of Greene, nye the Greene be; joyning Capt. Jno. Duke,. to Braye's corner; to Beaver Dam Cr. or Ralph Cr., to land of Coggall, &c. Trans. of 19 pers.*. Note: "This pattent of noe force. H. Hartwell, CI.'
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      1666-1679 Cavaliers and Pioneers, Patent Book No. 6; [Nell Marion Nugent]; Page 165
      JNO. & GEORGE KILLMAN, 920 acs., Rappa. Co., S: side sd. Riv., & oil Pascattaway Cr., 10 June 1675. p. 563 Beg. at _the old feild; to Tho. Greene; by Dr. Goodson's fence; by Jno. Dybly; to Capt. Josias Pickis; by the Greene br; to land formerly Neele Peterson's; to the Beaver Dam Sw., 'to Mr. Cog- gall's land, &c. 550 acs. granted then: 4 Oct. 1655; 150 acs. granted Mr. Wm. White & purchased by sd. Jno.. & George as appeares by patt. 21 Sept, 1667; 220 acs. for trans. of 5 pers:*-

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