Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties

Benjamin Winslow

Male Abt 1701 - 1751  (~ 50 years)


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  • Name Benjamin Winslow 
    Birth Abt 1701  St. Anne's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Death 21 May 1751  St. Anne's Parish, Essex County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I40334  Tree1
    Last Modified 5 Apr 2024 

    Father Thomas Winslow,   b. Abt 1674, Sittingbourne Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 16 Aug 1726, St. Anne's Parish, Essex County, Virginia - Probate Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 52 years) 
    Relationship natural 
    Mother Anne Parker,   b. Bef 1682, Sittingbourne Parish, Old Rappahannock County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 1726, St. Anne's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age > 46 years) 
    Relationship Stepchild 
    Marriage 15 Apr 1694  St. Anne's Parish, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F4548  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Susannah Beverley,   b. 15 Nov 1706, Christ Church Parish, Middlesex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Jul 1778, Spotsylvania County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 71 years) 
    Marriage 22 Jan 1726  St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Benjamin Winslow,   b. Abt 1730, St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 10 Dec 1825, St. Thomas Parish, Orange County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 95 years)  [Father: natural]
     2. Beverley Winslow,   b. 3 Jul 1734, St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 12 Jul 1793, St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age 59 years)  [Father: natural]
     3. Henry Winslow,   b. Aft 1731, St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 1783, Wilkes County, Georgia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age > 52 years)  [Father: natural]
     4. Elizabeth Winslow,   b. Between 1727 and 1733, Essex County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this locationd. 1770, Berkeley Parish, Spotsylvania County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location (Age ~ 43 years)  [Father: natural]
    Family ID F3393  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 5 Apr 2024 

  • Notes 
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      1722-1730 Essex County, Virginia Wills, Bonds & Inventories, No. 4; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 187-88. Bond of Benjamin Winslow as guardian of Mary Winslow. Unto John Lomax, Gent. For £200 sterl. 18, Oct.
      1726. Securities, Alexander Parker and Wm. Brooke.
      Benja.. Winslow
      Wm. Brooke
      Alexr. Parker
      Wit: W. Heny. Terrett.
      18 Oct. 1726. Acknowledged.
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      1722-1730 Essex County, Virginia Wills, Bonds & Inventories, No. 4; [John Frederick Dorman]; Page 234. Bond of Benja. Winslow as administrator of Thomas Winslow. Unto William Daingerfeild, William, Brooke, John Taliaferro and James Garnett, Gent., justices. For £400 sterl. 16, Aug. 1727. Securities, William Covington and John Smith.
      Benja. Winslow
      Wm. Covington
      John Smith.
      16 Aug. 1727. Acknowledged.

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      1722-1749 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Will Book A; [William Armstrong Crozier];
      BEVERLEY, ROBERT, St. George's Parish, d. May 12, 1733, Page June 5, 1733. Wit. Elias Watt, Jerome Armon, Larkin Chew, W. Beverley. Ex. my wife; cousin William Beverley and my brother Benjamin Winslow, in case of my wife's marriage. Leg. Mentions late father, Mr. Harry Beverley; nephew Beverley Stanard 6000 acres of land, part of the tract at the mountains in Spotsylvania Co. called Octonia Land; brother-in-law Benjamin Winslow 300 acres of the same tract; to Anthony Head 200 acres of the same tract to include the plantation the said Head now lives on; to Robert Dearing 200 acres of the Octonia Tract; my only son Harry Beverley, not to be sent to England, but put to school at ye college at the age of ten years, William Beverley to be his guardian; my three unmarried sisters, Mary, Catharine and Agatha, to live in my house at Newland as previously; wife Ann Beverley; my five sisters; my sister Stanard's two daughters. Page 188)
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      1721-1724 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 17; [Antient Press]; Page 261-264
      THIS INDENTURE made the fourteenth/fifteenth day of October 1723 Between GEORGE PETTIT of St. Anns Parish in Essex County Planter & ANNE his Wife of one part & JOSEPH SMITH of sd Parish & County Gent Witnesseth that George Pettit & Anne his Wife for sum of Eighteen pounds currant money of Virginia paid by sd Joseph Smith they the said George Pettit & Anne his Wife do grant unto the sd Joseph Smith in his actual possession by force of the Statute for Transferring uses into possession all that parcell of land in Parish & County aforesd containing one hundred acres being the land given by GEORGE LOYDE of the Parish & County in his Last Will & Testament unto his daughter ANN as by the sd Will may appear, which said tract of land is bounded by the lands of SAMUEL & MARTHA LOYDE & JOHN GRAVES deceased & lyeth also adjoyning to ye Swamp of Brices Run ,
      In presence of JAMES RENNOLDS JUNR , George Pettit
      JAMES JOHNSON Ann Pettit
      At a Court held for Essex County ye 15th day of October 1723
      George Pettit (by Benja. Winslow & Richard Tunstall his Attorneys) & Ann Pettit (the sd Anne being first prively examined) acknowledged this their lease & release indented to Joseph Smith Gent which on his mocon is admitted to record.
      MEMORANDUM We George & Ann Pettit do acknowledged to have received of Joseph Smith the sum of Eighteen pounds currt. money of Virginia, being ye consideration expressed in the Deed as Witness our hands & Seals this 15th day of October 1723 Presence of JAMES RENNOLDS JUNR., George Pettit
      JAMES JOHNSON Anne Pettit
      Acknowledged in Essex County Court the 15th day of October 1723 by Benja. Winslow and Richard Tunstall Attorneys of George Pettit & by Anne Pettit Wife of the sd George which is admitted to record
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      1728-1733 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 19; [Antient Press]; Page 73-79
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I SARAH SMITH of the County of Essex and Parish of Saint Anns do constitute and appoint my friend RICHARD COVINGTON to be my Lawfull Attorney to acknowledge my right of dower of a certain tract of land unto BENJAMIN WINSLOW or to his assigns. Witness my hand & Seale this 18th day of Novr. 1729
      in presence of JOHN WILCOX, SARAH SMITH
      FRANCIS COVINGTON, THOMAS COVINGTON
      At a Court held for Essex County on the 18th day of November 1729
      This Power of Attorney from SARAH SMITH to RICHARD COVINGTON was proved by the oaths of JOHN WILCOX & FRANCIS COVINGTON & admitted to record
      THIS INDENTURE made the fifteenth and seventeenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Twenty Nine Between JOHN SMITH and SARAH his Wife of the Parish of St. Ann in the County of Essex of one part and BENJAMIN WINSLOW of the aforesd Parish & County of the other part Witnesseth that the sd JOHN SMITH and SARAH his Wife for the sum of Forty pounds Currt. Money of Virga. hath granted unto the sd BENJA,WINSLOW (in his actual possession now being by virtue of a bargain & sale to him made for one year and of the statute for transferring uses into possession ) and to his heirs and assigns forever all that pcell of land or Woodland ground containing Ninety three acres, and forty two perches of land, being in the Parish and County aforesd, and bounded begining at a wt. & red Oak corner trees to SMITH & WINSLOW and thence along their lines S: E: to the mouth of a small Branch thence down the Main Branch to the mouth of anothr. small Branch thence up that to the sd SMITHS MILL PATH thence by a line of mark't trees North West to another Branch thence up the same to three corner red oak Saplins a little below the MAIN ROAD thence South West to the head of a ( ) call'd COVETIONS DEED thence down the same to a corner Ash & Maple in the line that divides this and GRAYSONs land thence along that line South East to WARINGs Corner Spanish Oak, thence along that line of WARINGs North East to the sd WINSLOWs Corner white & Spanish Oak by a Branch thence along the sd WINSLOWs line to the beginning and all houses, outhouses, gardens and Trees and appurtenances whatsoever belonging To Have and To Hold unto the sd BENJAMIN WINSLOW his heirs and assigns forever. In Witness whereof the parties have set their hands and Seals
      in presence of JOHN WILCOX, JOHN SMITH
      FRANCIS COVINGTON, THOMAS COVINGTON SARAH SMITH
      At a Court held for Essex County on the 18th day of Novr. 1729
      JOHN SMITH acknowledged this Indented Release to BENJAMIN WINSLOW which on his motion is admitted to record
      Also the same day SARAH SMITH the Wife of the sd JOHN SMITH by RICHARD COVINGTON her Attorney came into Court & freely relinquished her right of dower of & in the land conveyed by this Deed to BENJA, WINSLOW which is admitted to record
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      1728-1733 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 19; [Antient Press]; Page 431-432
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that we ANDREW CROSBIE of DUMFRIES Merchant for my self and Company and JOHN CORRIE of DUMFRIES aforesd Merchant have for sundry good causes appointed in our staed and place put our Trusty and well beloved friends JAMES CORBETT & EBENEZER YOUNG of DUMFRIES aforesd Merchants and ROBT. SPENCE Commander of the Good Ship success oF DUMFRIES and each of them our true and lawfull Attorneys for us to demand sue for recover and receive fourteen thousand three hundred and forty nine pounds of Tobacco contained in a bond granted by Captain BENJAMIN WINSLOW dated the first day of September last past payable on the first day of May next and two thousand eight hundred & seventy pounds of Tobacco contained in another bond granted by RICHARD TUNSTALL both which bonds were Lodged by me the said JOHN CORRIE with Mr. JAMES REID of URBANA in Virginia as his Receipt dated the fifteenth of September aforesd makes appear As also seven hundred and twenty pounds of Tobacco containd in a Bill or order drawn by Collonell WILLIAM BEVERLIE of Essex County in Virginia aforesd the 24th day of July last upon Mr. JAMES REID payable to me the sd JOHN CORRIE by these presents granting to our sd Attorneys authority in the premises to take all lawfull ways and means for the recovery of the aforesd Tobaccos and upon receipt deliver Receipts which shall be as good as if granted by us and in our names to perform as we or any of us in our own persons might do about the same confirming whatsoever our sd Attorneys shall do. In Witness whereof we hereunto set our hands and seals the second day of March in the Sixth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE the Second Anna Domini 1732/3 in presence of and before these Witnesses WILLIAM McMURDO of DUMFRIES aforesd Merchant and JAMES EWART writer there
      in presence of WILLIAM McMURDO, ANDREW CROSBIE
      JA: EWART JOHN CORRIE
      At a Court held for Essex County at Tappa. on the XIXth day of June MDCCXXXIII
      The above written Power of Attorney from ANDREW CROSBIE and JOHN CORRIE to JAMES CORBETT & EBENEZER YOUNG was proved by the oath of WILLIAM McMURDO one of the witnesses thereto and was admitted to record
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      1733-1735 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 20, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 24-29
      THIS INDENTURE made the 17th and Eighteenth day of September 1733 Between BENJAMIN WINSLOW of the Parish of St. Anne & County of Essex gent. of one part & DANIEL SWILLVANT of Parish of Southfarnham County of Essex Planter Witnesseth that sd Benjamin Winslow for sum Sixty one pounds lawfull money hath sold unto the sd Daniel Swillephen his heirs forever Two hundred acres of land in the Parish of Southfarnham & County aforesd and on the branches of Gilsons Creek and bounded begining at a poplar and Maple in a branch of MR. UPSHAWs line thence S. Westerly to a hickory & red oake Corner tree of sd Upshaws land thence S. to a white oak in Mr. JAMES RENNOLDS line thence N. to the beginning all which premises are now in the possession of the
      said Daniel by virtue of an Indenture of Bargain & Sale,
      In presence of T. WARING, Benja. Winslow
      WM. WEBB; EDMD: PAGETT
      At a Court held for Essex County at Tappa. on the XVIIIth day of September MDCCXXXIII Benjamin Winslow gent acknowledged his Deed of Lease and Release and Susanna Winslow the Wife of said Benjamin by William Beverley her Attorney freely relinquished her Dower, which on the motion of the sd Daniel are recorded.
      KNOW ALL MEN by these presents that I Benjamin Winslow am bound unto Daniel Swillephen in penal! sum of One hundred and twenty five pounds lawful! money of Virga this 18th day of September 1733.

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      1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
      May 6, 1740. Thomas Turner of King George Co. to Benjamin Winslow of Essex Co. £20 10s. curr. Lot 52 in town of Fredkbg. Jos. Brock, John Thornton, R. Curtis, Jr.; M. Battaley, Day. McCulloch. May 6, 1740.
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      1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
      June 3, 1740. Trustees of Fredksbg (by John Taliaferro and John Waller), to Benjamin Winslow of Essex Co., Gent. £9 5s. curr. Lot No. 55, in Fredksbg. Jno. Edwards, Edmund Waller. June 3, 1740.
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      1734-1742 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book C; [William Armstrong Crozier];
      Feby. 2, 1741. Benjamin Winslow of Essex Co., Gent., to John Allan of Spts. Co., Mercht. £22 10s. curr. Lot 52 in town of Fredksburg. Rob. Jackson, William Hunter, John Thornton, Andr. Craig. Feby. 3, 1741.
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      1742-1743 Orange County, Virginia Deed Book 7; [John Frederick Dorman]; Pages 1-2.
      25 Nov. 1742. William Beverley of Blanfield, Essex County, Esq., to Benja. Winslow of Essex County, Gent. For £175. 3000 acres given to Benjamin Winslow by the last will and testament of Robert Beverley, Esq., deceased, which Benjamin Winslow conveyed to William Beverley by deed recorded in the General Court 20 Oct. 1737 ...
      W. Beverley
      Wit: Richd. Barnes, Wm. Waller, Beverley Stanard.
      26 Nov. 1742. Acknowledged by William Beverley, Esq.
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      1742-1745 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 23; [Antient Press]; Page 96-97
      THIS INDENTURE made this 19th day of December 1743 By and Between WILLIAM BEVERLEY of the Parish of ST. ANN in the County of Essex, Esquire, of the one part and BENJAMIN WINSLOW of the Parish and County aforesaid, Gent., of the other part; Witnesseth that for & in consideration of the Rents and Covenants here after mentioned the said WILLIAM hath demised sett and to farm lett unto the said BENJAMIN, all that Three hundred acres of Marsh Land be the same more or less being in the Parish and County aforesaid and bounded by the QUIONOSIN and Lands of RICHARD COVINGTON, the said BENJAMIN WINSLOW and THOMAS WARING Gent., on the one side and the GREAT CREEK of BRICES up to the said QUIONOSIN on the other side; To have and to hold the said Marsh Land to the said BENJAMIN his Executors & Admrs. for the full term and time of Twenty one years from the day of the date of these presents to be fully compleat and ended, reserving Nevertheless to the said WILLIAM his heirs & assigns full egress and regress from time to time & at all times for him or them selves or their Servants or slaves to fetch out his or their hogs and full and free liberty to burn the said Marsh at such times as he or they shall think proper, yeilding and paying therefore yearly & every year on the first day of December to the said WILLIAM his heirs or assigns Twenty one Shillings & Six pence currt. money of Virginia and if all or any part of the sd. Yearly Rent shall be behind or unpaid by the space of Fifteen days in any year it shall and may be lawfull to & for the said WILLIAM his heirs or assigns into and upon the said Marsh Lands & premisses to re-enter and the same to have again possess and enjoy as of his or their former Estate; this Indenture or any thing therein contained to the contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding; In Witness whereof the parties to these presents have to these Indentures sett their hands and seales
      Signed sealed and delivered in presence of us
      JNO. PAGETT W. BEVERLEY
      BENJAMIN NOELL (19)
      JOHN SMITH
      At a Court held for Essex County at Tappahannock on the xxth day of December 1743
      WILLIAM BEVERLEY Esquire acknowledged this Lease Indented to BENJAMIN WINSLOW
      Gent., to be his act and deed which is admitted to Record
      Test W. BEVERLEY, Cl Cur

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      1734-1760 Orange County, Virginia Deed Book 11, Part 2; [Antient Press]; Page 61
      At a court held 25 November 1743 .. petition of BENJA. WINSLOW, Gent., for the valuation .. three hundred and ninety six acres of land on the head of Beaver Dam .. ordered John Asher, John Yosler, John Snell, or any two .. value at £105.6.0 includes dwelling house 6 foot by twelve (£16), work, improvements and expenses .. made by John Asher and John Yosler. At a court held 26 January 1743 .. ordered to be recorded.
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      1742-1751 Spotsylvania County, Virginia Deed Book D; [William Armstrong Crozier];
      Sept. 16, 1746. Benjamin Winslow, Gent., and Susannah, his wife, of Essex Co., to Revd. James Marye, Minister of the Parish of St. George, Spts. Co. £28 curr. Lot 55 in town of Fredksbg. John Nicholas, Thos. Walker, Rob. Jackson, Geo. Taylor, Hen. Downs, Taverner Beale, John Willis, Jas. Barbour, Thos. Scott. Oct. 7, 1746.
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      1759-1765 Orange County, Virginia Deed Book 13; [Antient Press]; Page 86-89
      Indenture 26 June 1760 between RICHARD WINSLOW and JOHN STOGHILL .. Whereas Benjamin Winslow, late of the County of Essex, deceased, was in his life time seised of a tract of land South side Rappadan River in Orange County, and made his last Will and Testament, and did devise to his brother, Richard Winslow, 400 acres, part of the tract and was layed off in his life time for the use of Richd. Winslow. And now is seised thereof by virtue of the Devise and being minded to sell the same .. lately sued his Majesty's Writ in nature of an Adquod dammun to the Sheriff of Orange commanding him to enquire by the oath of good and lawful men of his Bailiwick whether if Richd. should sell .. it may be to the damage of his Majesty or others .. and if it be then to what value the lands in money. Whether it be the same or separate parcel .. of or contigious to other entailed lands in possession of Richard Winslow.
      Pursuant Act of Assembly in that case made to which the Sheriff and Erasmus Taylor and eleven other good and lawful men of the said county being first sworn, say that it will not be to the damage of our said Lord the King if the said Richard Winslow should sell the land, but that it may be to the damage of the issue of Richard Winslow and those others claiming in remainders, and that the lands are of value of £60.
      Now this Indenture witnesseth, that for £80 paid by John Stoghill, hath sold 250 acres, part of that tract devised by Benjamin Winslow, Gent., deced, to his brother, Richard . .
      Witnesses: Richd. Winslow
      Joseph Wood
      Thos. Barbour, Johnny Scott
      Recorded Orange County 26th June 1760.
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      1752-1754 Essex County, Virginia Deed Book 26, Part 1; [Antient Press]; Page 74
      THIS INDENTURE made this Twentieth day of May in the Twenty fifth year of reign of our Sovereign Lord, George the second, by the grace of God of Great Britain France and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith &c. and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Fifty two Between BEVERLEY WINSLOW, BEVERLEY STANARD & LARKIN CHEW of County of SPOTSYLVANIA. Gentlemen, and SIMON MILLER of County of Essex, Gent., Executors of the Last Will and Testament of BENJAMIN WINSLOW, late of County of Essex deceased, of one part and WILLIAM PARKER of County of Essex of other part; Whereas BENJAMIN WINSLOW in his life time was seized in his demsne as of fee in diverss lands and tenements with appurtenances lying in County of Essex, and being so thereof seized made his Last Will and Testament in Writing bearing date the Sixteenth day of December Anno Dom: one thousand seven hundred and Forty eight and therein among other things is contained these two clauses "Item. My Will is that the Land I now live on with the land of bought of JOHN SMITH also be sold for the most that can be got for it, and Deeds made by my Exors. for the conveyance. hem I appoint my Son, BEVERLEY, and Mr. BEVERLEY STANARD. Mr. LARKIN CHEW and Mr. SIMON MILLER my Executors." as in and by the said Will duly proved in the County Court of Essex and there remaining of Record may more fully appear; That soon after making the said Will said BENJAMIN WINSLOW died seised of the land & premises aforesaid after whose death the said BEVERLEY WINSLOW, BEVERLEY STANARD, LARKIN CHEW and SIMON MILLER took upon themselves the burthen of the execution of the said Will And Whereas afterwards on the Twenty fifth day of September one thousand seven hundred and fifty one at Public Auction and Sale the said BEVERLEY WINSLOW, BEVERLEY STANNARD, LARKIN CHEW and SIMON MILLER did sell one tract of land and Plantation whereon sd. BENJAMIN lately lived containing by estimation fifty acres and was formerly conveyed to THOMAS WINSLOW, Father of said BENJAMIN, by NICHOLAS FAULNER by his certain Deed of Bargain and Sale bearing date the Ninth day of Febuary one thousand Six hundred and Ninety three and afterwards given and bequeathed by said THOMAS WINSLOW deced., to his sd. Son, BENJAMIN WINSLOW, by his Will bearing date the Twenty ninth day of January one thousand seven hundred and Twenty five, & also one other tract of land lying in County of Essex containing by estimation One hundred and seventy acres. Seventy seven acres part thereof being a tract of land formerly sold and conveyed to THOMAS WINSLOW deced., by JOHN SMITH by his certain Deeds of Lease and Release bearing date respectively the ten and eleveneth days of December one thousand seven hundred and Thirteen, and afterwards, to wit, the Twenty ninth day of Janry. one thousand seven hundred &Twenty five was given and bequeath to sd. BENJAMIN WINSLOW by the Will of his Father, the said THOMAS WINSLOW deced.. the remaining Ninety three acres being a tract of land bought by BENJAMIN WINSLOW of the aforesd. JOHN SMITH and conveyed by certain Deeds of Lease and Release bearing date respectively the fifteenth and sixteenth days of November one thousand seven hundred & Twenty nine, to the said WILLIAM PARKER for the sum of Three hundred & Sixty three pounds current money being the most that was offered or could be got for the same, NOW THIS INDENTURE Witnesseth that BEVERLEY WINSLOW, BEVERLEY STANNARD, LARKIN CHEW & SIMON MILLER, in pursuance of the Trust reposed in them by the said BENJAMIN WINSLOWs Will and for the sum of Three hundred and Sixty three pounds current money by WILLIAM PARKER in hand paid by these presents do bargain sell and confirm unto WILLIAM PARKER his heirs all the aforesaid Fifty acres of Land and premises with their appurtenances and all of the aforesd. One hundred and Seventy acres of land & premises with their appurtenances lying in County of Essex described as aforesd. Together with all house orchards profits and appurtenances to the same belonging, To have and to hold the fifty acres of land be the same more or less and also the one hundred and seventy acres of land be the same more or less unto WILLIAM PARKER his heirs, In Witness whereof the said BEVERLEY WINSLOW BEVERLEY STANNARD. LARKIN CHEW and SIMON MILLER have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above mentioned
      Sealed and Delivered in presents of
      (no witnesses recorded) BEVERLEY WINSLOW
      BEVERLEY STANNARD
      LARK: CHEW
      SIMON MILLER
      Received of the within named WILLIAM PARKER the sum of Three hundred and sixty three pounds currt. money being the consideration for the within land and premises' Witness our hands this twentieth day of May Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and Fifty two
      BEVERLEY WINSLOW BEVERLEY STANNARD
      LARK: CHEW SIMON MILLER
      At a Court continued & held for Essex County at Tappa: on the 20th day of May Anno Dom: 1752 BEVERLEY WINSLOW, BEVERLEY STANNARD, LARKIN CHEW and SIMON MILLER, Gent., Exrs of the Last Will and Testament of BENJAMIN WINSLOW deced., acknowledged this their Deed of Bargain and Sale Indented with the Receipt thereon endorsed to WILLIAM PARKER, Gentleman, to be their proper acts and deeds and is theretupon admitted to Record and is truly recorded
      Test JOHN LEE, Cl. E. Cur

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