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In Witness whereof I have set my hand and fixed my seal this .The Condition of this obligation is that if the above bound Henry Fleet his heirs or assigns shall at all times hereafter never trouble or disquiet the quiet and peaceable possession of the said Col.Note – Believe this should be Joshua, see other entries in June 1699. Samuel Samford and Edward Jones indifferently elected and chosen by us the Subscribers to lay out and make as equal division of the said 200 acres of land into four several parts according to the best of their Judgments, we having already made choice of our several lots and whatsoever the said Mr. As Witness our hand the day and year first above written. Lawson as intermarrying with the Orphans and Daughters of John Kennedy within mentioned deceased to divide and set apart to each Daughter their due proportion of the within 200 acres of Land and division thereof by lines of marked trees, in concurrence thereof we the Subscribers with their several consents and desires (they having sometime before made choice of their several lots, which lots they have according to each man’s desire therein concerned layed out by the several dividing lines of marked trees according to the best of our Judgments and their concernments as as Witness our hands this 22 August 1699. Bluford of the Parish of North Farnham and County of Richmond, Shoemaker, of the one part and Samuel Samford of the Parish and County aforesaid, Planter of the other part. Bluford for the consideration of a certain parcel or tract of land containing 50 acres or thereabouts, lying and being on the North East side of Totaskey Creek and by the Ferry Road, as by a Deed bearing date with these presents more at large may appear, hath granted unto the said Samuel Samford his heirs and assignees forever a certain tract of Land containing 50 acres on part of which are the houses and plantation and now in the tenure and occupation of Mr. Signed – Joshua Lawson, Joseph Dike and Thomas Lewis. To all Xpian People to whom this present writing indented shall come in the year of 1700.Richmond County, VA, Deed Book 3, 1697-1704, pages 65-66, 22 August 1699 – Whereas John Kennedy, late of this County, deceased, died seized of 200 acres of Land situated, lying and being on the South side of Totaskey Creek in the said County and by his Last Will and Testament did give and bequeath the said 200 acres of land unto his Eldest Son, John Kennedy Junior and his heirs and for want of issue to James Kennedy and his heirs and for want of issue to be equally divided between his four daughters, Sarah, Alitia, Mary and Isabell Kennedy, who now survives and are all married, the eldest to Alexander Fleming, the second to Thomas Alger, the third to George Blewford and the fourth to Wm. Now so it is that we the above parties with the free consent and desires of our wives have the day above written unanimously condescended and earnestly requested, entreated and desired Mr. I William Smoot Senior of the Parish of North Farnham in the County of Richmond, Gentleman send Greeting.
Lawson, against Francis Suttle is dismissed, the Plaintiff not appearing to prosecute.Know all men by these presents that I Henry Fleet of the County of Lancaster, Gentleman owe and stand firmly indebted unto Col.John Stone of the County of Richmond, Gentleman in the full sum of 600 pounds Sterling current money of England.Richmond County, VA, Order Book 2, 1694-1699, page 413, Court dated 7 June 1699 – Reference upon the request of the Defendant is granted between Samuel Rust, Administrator of Nathaniel Picroft deceased, Plaintiff and Joseph Bragg and Joshua Lawson, Defendant until next Court. Richmond County, VA, Order Book 2, 1694-1699, page 453, Court dated 6 September 1699 – Rowland Lawson was a member of a Jury for the case of John Grimes Gentleman, Plaintiff against Thomas Parker, Planter, Defendant. Richmond County, VA, Order Book 3, 1699-1704, page 35, Court held 5 April 1700 – Order is granted to William Colston, assignee of Thomas Cooper, against the estate of Thomas Parker deceased, in the hands of Joshua Lawson, Administrator, according to Declaration. Richmond County, VA, Miscellaneous Records, 1699-1724, page 5 – Bond. I, Joshua Lawson of Richmond, am bound to Joseph Dike and Thomas Lewis of Richmond, in the sum of 40,000 lbs of tobacco, this , to warrant that I will indemnify said Dike and Lewis for being bound with me for indemnifying the Justices from all persons pretending any claims to the estate of Thomas Parker of Richmond, late deceased. Joshua Lawson, Administrator of the Estate of Thomas Parker deceased, on behalf and for the use of Thomas Parker, Orphan of the said deceased, until the next Court. Reference is granted between William Colston, Executor of John Parker deceased, Plaintiff and Joshua Lawson, Administrator of the Estate of Thomas Parker deceased, on the behalf of Thomas Parker, Orphan of the said deceased until the next Court. The action brought by Richard Hill against Joshua Lawson, Administrator of Thomas Parker deceased, on the behalf and for the use of Thomas Parker, Orphan of the said deceased is dismissed, the Plaintiff not prosecuting. Major David Gwin is requested to administer an Oath to the said Appraisers for their due appraisement as also to Joshua Lawson for his discovery of the said Estate.Richmond County, VA, Order Book 2, 1694-1699, page 434, Court dated 2 August 1699 – The action brought by Samuel Rust, Administrator of Nathaniel Picroft, against Joseph Lawson and Joseph Bragg is dismissed, the Plaintiff making appear the Debt to be Justly paid. Samuel Samford and Edward Jones shall do in or about the premises we shall be therewith content and hold the same firm and as stable as if by due course of Law it had been divided. Signed Alexander Fleming (his mark), Thomas Algar, George Bluford (his mark) and Wm. Whereas by the unanimous consent and earnest desire of these within mention Alexander Flemming, Thomas Algar, George Bluford and Wm. Lawson (his mark), James Samford, Samuel Samford and Edward Jones. Richmond County, VA, Deed Book 3, 1697-1704, pages 79-84, 2 October 1699 – This Indenture made 2 October 1699 between Geo. We, Joshua Lawson, Joseph Dike and Thomas Lewis of Richmond, are bound to the Richmond Justices in the sum of 20,000 lbs of tobacco, to be paid to said Justices, to which payment we bind ourselves this , to warrant that we will indemnify said Justices from all actions, suits, etc., concerning the estate of Thomas Parker of Richmond, late deceased and to warrant that said Lawson shall return a just account of said estate. Richmond County, VA Deed Book 3, 1697-1704, pages 113-114.
Know ye that I the said Jane Ockley as well for as in consideration of the natural love and affection which I have and bear unto my well beloved Cousin, John Tarpley Junior as also for diverse other good causes and considerations to me at this present espetially moving have given and granted unto the said John Tarpley Junior one three year old heifer marked on the right ear with a flower deleuis and on the left with a crop and two slits with all her increase both male and female to him and to his heirs forever. Richmond County, VA, Order Book 2, 1694-1699, page 311, Court dated 6 July 1698 – The Last Will and Testament of Robert Sisson, deceased being presented to this Court by the Executor therein named the said Will was proved by the oaths of Ralph Berkley, William Lawson and Thomas Lewis, witnesses thereunto and Probate.