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Louisa Deed Book Volume Y, page 143
Louisa County clerks office - state of Virginia
Know all men by these presents that I Archibald W. Thompson
of Louisa County Virginia, for and in the consideration of the natural
love and affection which I bear to my children, to wit, Mary J. Thompson,
George R. Thompson, Francess A. Thompson, and Andrew J. Thompson of said
County & State as well as for the further consideration of one dollar
to me in hand by each of the aforesaid children, at or before the unsealing
and delivery of these presents, the receipts whereof is hereby acknowledged.
Have given & granted, and by these presents, do give and grant unto
the said Mary Jane Thompson, George R. Thompson, Francess A. Thompson,
and Andrew J. Thompson. Their executors admin. and afsigns right title
and interest in and to one negro girl Matilda and man Ben, and also all
my right, title, claim, or claims in and to my dec.d Father Richard W.
Thompsons Estate and also my mother, Mary Thompson's Estate both that which
she has now in her pofsefsion and that which may hereafter come into her
pofsefsion - and also two feather beds bedsteads and furniture, one cow
& calf, one ox and yearling. To have and to hold the said Negroes and
all the other properties and claims herein named unto them, the aforsaid
Mary J. Thompson, George R. Thompson, Francefs A. Thompson and Andrew J.
Thompson. Their executors admin. and afsigns forever. And the said Archibald
W. Thompson, his executors admin. and against the claim or claims of all
and every known persons whatsoever shall and will warrant and forever defend
by these presents. In witness whereof I hereinto set my hand and seal this
7th day of October 1842.
Archibald W. ThompsonIn Louisa County Court Clerks Office October the 7th 1842
The foregoing Deed of Gift was this day in the said office
acknowledged by Archibald W. Thompson to be his act and deed and thereupon
admitted to record.
Teste John Hunter C.S.C.