Sounds like you have already done and extensive amount of research into this family. I found a few items in my personal genealogy resources that you didn't mention -- but you may have already found them. If not, they might provide some clues:
Prince George County, Virginia Wills & Deeds 1713-1828 by Benjamin B. Weisiger, III
p 31 Abstract from Prince George County Records 1713-1728, page 200
December 9, 1717 Philip Jeans of Westover Parish, Pr. Geo. Co. to John Chease of same, 100 acres in the same parish and county, next to Col. Hill.
December 10, 1717
Elizabeth, wife of Philip Jane, relinq. dower right.
p 54, Abstract from Prince George County Records 1713-1728, page 351
Inventory of Phillip Jane, Value £ 40/17/7 by Eliza (x) Jane. Appraised by Richard Pace, Thomas (X) Kirkland, William Reese. Sept. 8, 1719.
p 79. Abstract from Prince George County Records 1713-1728, page 516, Feb. 9, 1721
Margaret Goodrich, Exec. of Edward Goodrich, dec'd of Pr. Geo. Co. to Abraham Oldum of same, land in Martins Brandon Parish, bounded on west by Old Town Run, north by lands of Phillip Jane, dec'd, east by lands of Edward Hill, dec'd, south by land of Richard pace; 100 acres formerly conveyed by John Jane to Thomas Anderson by deed in records Charles City County and said Anderson by will gave to Mary his relict, during her life and thereafter to eldest son James Anderson and by Cornelius Cargill and Mary his wife (relict of Thomas Anderson) and by James Anderson sold to Edward Goodrich by deed Jan. 12, 1713.
To be sold for payment of debts.
Wit: Richard Cureton
Charles Ryall Margaret Goodrich
Rec Feb 13, 1721
p 177 Abstract from Prince George County Records 1713-1728, page 1090
April 4, 1728. Abraham Odlum to Bernard Sykes of Pr. Geo. Co. land in Martins Brandon Parish on west side of Old Town Run, bounded on north by land of Phillip Jane, dec'd, east by land of Edward Hill, dec'd, and south by the main woods and land of Richard Pace, 100 acres, for £ 21; said parcel was formerly purchased of John Jean by Thomas Anderson, and by Anderson given by will to Mary, his relict, during her life and afterward to his eldest son James Anderson, and by Cornelius Cargill and Mary his wife (aforesaid relict of Thomas Anderson) and by James Anderson sold to Edward Goodrich, recorded in Pr. Geo. by deed Jan. 12, 1713. Bo Goodrich in his will recorded Jan. 10, 1720, devised to margaret, his executrix, to be sold for debts.
Wit: William Binford
Timothy Rives Abra. Oldum
Richard (r) Flewelling
April 9, 1728 Sarah, wife of Abraham Oldum, relinquished dower rt.
References to these individuals from the collections of the Library of Virginia
Call Number 27429
Prince George County (Va.). Circuit Court.
Title: Bond, writs, and report, 1728-1765.
Use Restrictions: Permission to reproduce must be obtained by the Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, Ohio.
Material: 4 items.
Summary: Collection includes an attachment against the estate of Henry Collifor for sums due William Holt, Prince George County, Virginia, 1765 September; an attachment against the estate of Charles Hix of Brunswick County, for sums due Benjamin Harrison of Charles City County, Virginia, 1741; Promissory note from Christopher Jane to Robert Munford, of Prince George County, 1734; and a report by Robert Glover, Prince George County, 1728.
Title: Davis, Christopher.
Gen. note: Part of index to wills not listed in Virginia Wills and Administrations, 1632-1800 (Torrence).
Note: Administration granted 13. August 1734 to Christopher Jane.
Note: The Virginia Genealogist, vol. 4, p. 66, from original bond in the Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, Ohio, Mss. Group 1051.
Subject - Personal
System Number: 000524772
I can't answer your question about people refiling deeds --I see if I can find anything. That would certainly help, wouldn't it?