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Re: Searching Hyde County, NC (DIXON)
Posted by: Cheryl Cudney (ID *****0435) Date: August 10, 2003 at 08:58:46
In Reply to: Searching Hyde County, NC (DIXON) by lou lee of 247

I am hoping you might have a Franklin Dixon in your line. My fathers Lacy/Lacey family was in Hyde for a time and we have the following deed record~note one of the witnesses~ Records W

Know all men by these presents that this indenture made this 20th day of February A.D. 1829 between William Lacy of the County of Greene and the State of North Carolina of the one part and Richard M. G. Moore of the County of Hyde own State, aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that I the said William Lacey for myself and as agent of John Lacey, Abel Smith and wife Sunty C. Smith Penelope Lacey, Inlow Lacey and Mary Lacey of the County of Pitt and Greene County and State aforesaid and as agent of Skelton Lacy of the State of Tennessee which said William Lacey John Lacey Sunty <C> Smith Penolope Lacey Inlow Lacy Marry Lacy and Skelton Lacy are children and heirs at law of Parker Lacey decd who was brother to and heir at law of Adam Lacy decd late of Hyde County N.C. I the said William Lacy agent and attorney as forsaid for an<d> <in> consideration of the sum of seventy five dollars to me in hand paid by <Sr> Richard M. G. Moore the receipt where of I hereby acknowledge and myself there with fully satisfyed, <Contented> & paid have bargained, sold and conveyed & set over unto the said R.M.G. Moore his heirs and assigns forever all our rights to the interest and claime which we the said William Lacy, John Lacy, Abel Smith & wife Sunty, Penolope Lacy, Inlow Lacy, Mary Lacy and Skelton Lacy have in and to a Certain tract piece or parcel of undivided land family belonged to Adam Lacy lying and being in the county of Hyde and Settlement of <Cursitank> joining the lands of Benjamin Foreman Elishua Tooley and whers containing as is sufficient one hundred and eight acres be it the same more or less it being the tract of land and plantation where on the said Adam Lacy and [Luzon Xs Pas] to have and to hold the aforesaid R. M. G. Moore is heirs and assigns forever all oversight title and estate of the aforesaid piece or parcel of above described undivided land without the emoluments there unto belonging to be free and clear from us our heirs executors [Dum V] forgive and from the lawful claim of all other persons whatsoever unto the said R. M. G. Moore his heirs Executors[Dum V] and assigns forever to them and their only use and behoof forever for Witness where of I have here unto set my hand and seal this day and state above

Witness Franklin Dixon his
Witness Jacob Tooley William x Lacey
Witness Jesse Bells man
Hyde County as may term 1831

Then was this hand duly forever in open court by this oath of Jessee Bells an evidence thereto order to be Registered Test Ruby Murray UK
Registered May 2n 1833 by Israel Brooks P.R>

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