Wednesday, May 20, 2015

William and John Reynolds land grant, 1697, Richmond County, Virginia

Land grant issued to William and John Reynolds, 15 Oct, 1697, Richmond County, Virginia, by the agents of the Fairfax Proprietary. Taken from the Archives at the Library of Virginia. North Neck Grants, reels 288-311.

William and John Reynolds Land Grant 1697


279 William and John Reynolds 500 acres Exam’d. 

Margaret Lady Culpeper, Thomas Lord Fairfax to all whereas know ye that we of and in consideration of the composition give and grant unto William Reynolds – John Reynolds of the County of Richmond five hundred acres of land in said county bounded as followeth, viz. beginning at a marked white oak the corner tree of the land of Robert Payne by the side of a sunken ground opposite to a certain glade, and extending by the said Paynes land north eight hundred and sixty poles to a white oak, thence East ninety three poles to a Spanish Oak, thence eight hundred and sixty poles to the roadside near or almost thence to the prime station ninety three poles containing and being now laid out for five hundred acres. Together Royall mines excepted to have and hold yielding


280 Yielding and paying ten shillings yearly provided dated the fifteenth day of October one thousand six hundred and ninety seven. 

W.F., G.B

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