DEED Williams To Settle
D. B. 10 pg 395 Fauquier County, Virginia

This Indenture made the Twenty fourth day of October in the year of our lord one thousand
seven hundred and ninety one between John Pope Williams of the County of Fauquier and
Hannah his Wife, and William Freeman of the County aforesaid and Sally his Wife of the one
part, and Edward Settle of Fauquier County of the other part, Witnesseth that the said John
Pope Williams and Hannah his Wife, and William Freeman and Sally his Wife, for and in
consideration of the sum of twenty six pounds ten Shillings to them the said John Pope
Williams and William Freeman in hand paid by the said Edward Settle at or before the sealing
and delivery of these presents, the Receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge and thereof
doth release, acquit and discharge the said Edward Settle, his heirs, Executors, and
administrators, by those presents they the said John Pope Williams and Hannah his Wife,
William Freeman and Sally his Wife Have granted sold, aliened and confirmed and by these
presents, to grant, bargain sell, alien and confirm unto the said Edward Settle and his heirs all
their parts of the land belonging to the Estate of the late Elizabeth Settle deceased, which
lands are adjoining the tract whereon said Edward Settle now lives containing by estimation
Seventy Eight Acres be the same more or less, and all buildings, houses, Orchards, ways,
water and water courses, profits, commodities, hereditaments and appurtenances,
whatsoever to the said promises hereby granted, or any part thereof belonging or in any wise
appertaining, and the Reversion and Reversions and remainders, rents, issues and profits
thereof, and also all the Estate, right, little, Interest, trust, property, claim and demand
whatsoever of them the said John Pope Williams and Hannah his Wife William Freeman and
Sally his Wife of in and to the said Premises and all deeds, evidences and writings, touching
or in anywise concerning the same To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, and
all and singular other the premises hereby granted and sold and every part and parcel thereof,
with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said Edward Settle his heirs and assigns
forever, to the only proper use and behoof, of him the said Edward Settle and of his heirs
and assigns forever and the said John Pope Williams and Hannah his wife William Freeman
and Sally his wife for themselves, their heirs, Executors, and Administrators, doth covenant,
promise and grant to and with the said Edward Settle his heirs and assigns, that the said
premises now are and so forever hereafter shall and be free and clear of and from all other
and former gifts, grants, bargains, sales dower, right, and title of dower, judgments,
Executions, titles, troubles and encumbrances whatsoever, made, done, committed or
suffered by the said John Pope Williams and Hannah his wife, William Freeman and Sally his
wife, their heirs, Executors, or Administrators, or any other person or persons whatsoever
(the taxes hereafter to become due and payable to the common Wealth of Virginia only
excepted and foreprixed ) And Lastly that the said John Pope Williams and Hannah his wife,
William Freeman and Sally his wife and their heirs all and singular the premises hereby
granted and with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said Edward Settle his heirs
and assigns against them the said John Pope Williams and Hannah his wife, William Freeman
and Sally his wife their heirs, Executors and administrators, shall and will warrant and forever
defend by those presents. In Witness whereof the said John Pope Williams and Hannah his
wife, William Freeman and Sally his wife, have hereunto set their hand and Seals the day and
year above written.

Sealed and Delivered
In presents of
John P. Williams………..L.S.
Hannah Williams………..L.S.
William C. Freeman……..L.S.
Sarah Freeman……………L.S.

Memorandum that on the day of the date of the within Indenture quiet and peaceable and
quiet possession of livery of seison of in and to the within mentioned promises was by the
within named John Pope Williams and William Freeman given to the within named Edward
Settle who took possession there of accordingly.
TESTE


RECEIVED THE DAY OF THE DATE OF THE WITHIN indenture of the within named
Edward Settle the sum of Twenty pounds ten shillings being the consideration Money within
mentioned.
TESTE

At a Court held for Fauquier County the 24th day of October 1791 this Indenture with the
Memorandum of livery of seison and the receipt there on endorsed were acknowledged by
the said John Pope Williams and Hannah his wife and William C. Freeman and Sarah his wife
(the said Hannah and Sarah being just prively excamined as the law directs) to be then act
and deed and ordered to.
TESTE