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Title Deed to Peter Evans
Dates of Creation December 6, 1792
Scope & Content Deed dated December 6, 1792 from John and Susanna Neeley and James and Catherin Neeley to Peter Evans, all of Botetourt County, conveying three adjacent tracts of 400 acres each which Susanna and Catherin had inherited from their father, Daniel Evans. Daniel Evans, as the eldest son and heir at law, inherited the land (then Augusta County) from his father Mark Evans, who got the land by patent September 20, 1748. Peter Evans had purchased the tracts from Daniel Evans on July 10 and 11, 1751 for 50 pounds which was recorded November 26, 1751 in Augusta County.
Year Range from 1792.0
Year Range to 1792.0
Subjects Land
Plantations
Rivers
Trees
Search Terms Augusta County, Virginia
Barrens, The (Barons, Barins)
Big Spring
Big Spring Run
Botetourt County, Virginia
Caravie's Creek (Carvins Creek?)
Great Spring
Naked Farm
Rivers, Roanoke
Roanoak River (old spelling)
Spring Branch
People Evans family
Evans, Catherin
Evans, Daniel
Evans, Mark
Evans, Peter
Evans, Susanna
Griffith, John
Mills, Samuel M.
Neeley (Neilley, Neilly) family
Neeley, Catherin
Neeley, James
Neeley, John
Neeley, Susanna
Tosh, Jonathan
Collection Watts Collection
Imagefile 014\1998263.JPG
Number of images 8.0
Object Name Deed
Catalog Number 1998.26.003
Extent of Description 1-deed, 4 double-sided sheets, tied with a ribbon and the top edge is scalloped, size 7 1/4" x 12 1/4"