Sunday, August 26, 2012

Adjoining John Trousdale's Land

Orange Co., NC, Deeds

Orange County, North Carolina, DEED BOOK 11, Page 265


Indenture made this 25th day of February 1797, between Richard Cope and Micajah Debruler, both of Orange County, for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and forty pounds to him in hand paid by Debruler, for a tract of land lying on the waters of Buck Creek, adjoining the lands of John Trousdale, Jacob Thomas and Adam Shupe, and containing one hundred and twenty-eight acres.

Test:  Thomas Lynch, George Lynch
Signed: Richard Cope

Deed was proven in open court at the November term of 1804, and ordered to be registered.

John Taylor, Clerk

Orange Co., NC, Deeds
Vol. 438

Another Trousdale-related deed in Orange County, North Carolina, here in my blog.  Presumably John Trousdale mentioned in the blogs is my ancestor, the father of Alexander Trousdale.

Another Trousdale mention in a deed here in Wandering Through The NC Piedmont blog.

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