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Thomas Taylor - 1643 Warwick River County, Va.

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Thomas Taylor - 1643 Warwick River County, Va.

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Posted: 8 Dec 2000 5:00AM GMT
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Thomas Taylor - 350. Examined. To all &c. Whereas &c. Now Know yee that I the said Sir William Berkeley Knight doe with the advice and Consent of the Councell of State accordingly give and grant and Confirme unto Thomas Taylor Marriner three hundred and fiftie acres of Land in the Countie of Warwick river butting upon Warwick river Southwest bounded on the South side with Pottash quarter Creeke and on the North side with Samuell Stephens his land begining in the Marsh at the side of Warwick river and so runing North East one hundred and sixtie pole by the marked trees And from thence East Northerly unto three marked trees that stand neare fower foote distance triangle wise and from thence East one hundred and sixtie pole and from thence South one hundred fiftie six pole and thence downe pottash quarter Creeke unto the Mouth and by Warwick river unto the place where it began The said three hundred and fiftie acres of land being due unto the said Thomas Taylor (vizt) three hundred acres parte thereof by an Antient pattent graunted unto John Baynonn deceased bearing date the first of december one thowsand six hundred twentie fower which said pattent grew due unto Richard Tisdall by marriage with Mary Baynham daughter and heire unto the said John Baynham and was by the said Tisdall assigned to the said Thomas Taylor one hundred acres of which said three hundred were measured out by Elizabeth Ladye Harvye And the remainder being fiftie acres being due to the said Taylor by and for the transportacon of one person into this Colony whose name is in the Records menconed under this pattent To have and to hold &c. To be held &c. Yeilding and paying unto our said Soveraigne Lord the King his heires and Successors for every fiftie acres of Land herein by these presents given and graunted yearely at the feast of Saint Michaell the Archangell the fee rent of one shilling to his Majesties use which payment is to bee made seaven yeares after the date of these presents and not before &c. dated the xxiiith of October 1643. Henry Hilton [person transported].
Source: Virginia Patents Book 1, pages 923-924.
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