Maybe this is your Christopher PERFECT?? This land lease occurred in Westmoreland County VA after his escape:
i»The Washington ancestry : and records of the McClain, Johnson, and forty other colonial American families«/i»
Greenfield, Ohio: Priv. print., 1932, 1871 pgs.
Charles Arthur Hoppin
Frances Awbrey was son John Awbrey, brother of John.
John Wright buying 180 acres there in Mar 4 1717 and John Awbrey was Witness. John and Frances were brothers
John and Frances married sister Hannah and Frances Tanner
Hannah and Frances Tanner mother was Mary Atwell Tanner
Francis securing grants of land in 1717
John Wright and Francis Awbrey were neighbors on the Machotic in Westmoreland
In 1738 Ann Mason purchased Francis Awbrey's 4,054 acre grant, less about 236 acres retained by John Awbrey. (Prince William Deed Book B, p. 9 (PWDB B:9). She purchased a portion of this land, i.e. 645 acres, from Thomas Johns in 1747. (Fairfax Deed Book B, p. 250 (FXDB B(logical book number 2):250). In the 1750s, prior to the formation of the Town of Leesburg, Mason divided a portion of the land into leaseholds of between 100 and 150 acres each. FXDB C(3):591 lease to John Thomas, 150 acres, 18 Apr 1753; FXDB C(3):597 lease to Mary Jennings, 110 acres (ten acres for flaxland), 18 Apr 1753; FXDB C(3):603 lease to Samuel Mobbily, 100 acres, 18 Apr 1753; FXDB C(3):609 lease to Hugh Foutch, 150 acres, 18 Apl 1753; FXDB C(3):615, lease to Christopher Winsor, 100 acres, 18 Apl 1753; FXDB D(4):266, lease to Christopher Perfect, 150 acres, 2 Jun 1756. George Carter, who inherited the Landon Carter grant, leased parcels near Leesburg. Loudoun Deed Book T, p. 182 (LNDB T:182) Carter lease to Patrick Cavans, 47 ¾ acres, in 1792; LNDB R:202 Carter lease to Samuel Love, 45 acres, in 1788; LNDB R:198 Carter lease to Samuel Love, 130 acres, in 1788