Taken as published in SHARPE IN VIRGINIA, Vol 5, Nos. 8-14 (2005). See www.thecolonist.com You probably have the deeds (this book combines deeds and wills). Hope this helps.
Notes Related to Sharp on Henrico Deeds, Wills, etc., 1750-67
003 will of John Watson; to William Patman, two Negroes and 300 acres whereon Thos Morris lived; to Watson Patman, 200 acres joyning David Atkins; Moses Baumfeild, 2 Negroes and 353 acres in Goochland; dau Elizth Watson, 400 acres joining upon the Brook Joining Robt Sharp, and 15 Negroes; dau Susannah Watson, 400 acres of Land Joining to Robert Sharp cald by the name of Samsons and 15 Negroes; wife Matha Watson, plantation whereon I now live and 500 acres and 6 Negroes during her natural life; wife Mathew [sic] 2 Negroes to her and her heirs forever; wife and two daus to divide personal property; dated 10 Mar 1749/50; signed with mark; wits: Nathl Bacon, Thomas Thorp, William Patman; pr 2 Apr 1750; Martha Watson qualified as extrx
170 15 Apr 1751; will of Joseph Watson of Henrico Parish; wife living but not named; son John was bequeathed slaves, and the plantation on which he lived (subject to life estate of the widow); dau Lucy Jones, wife of Thomas Jones, received slaves, £50, half of the household goods, and 400 acres in Brunswick County; dau Martha Bell (husband not named), received 100 acres in Amelia county and slaves; grandson William Watson (not identified with a father), was given 800 acres in Henrico adjoining the home plantation; witnesses were John Mitchell, Mary Elmore and Mary Mitchell; proved Oct Court 1752.
336 estate of Joseph Watson, account [noted, not copied in detail; entry just before will proved 2 Sep 1754]
471 22 Nov 1756; John Elmore to Isham Allen; £15 for 137 acres on south side of Chickahominy, being a Parcell of Land Devised to the said John Elmore by the Will of his grandmother Rebeckah Elmore; adj Edmund Allen & Joseph Watson decd; /s/; wits: Lydall Bacon, Thos Thorp, Watson Patman, John Blackwell, Julius Allen; 6 Dec 1756 proved by Thomas Thorp, William Patman and Julius Allen
472 10 Nov 1756; John Ellmore of Cumberland Parish in Lunenburg County to Thomas Ellmore; £25 for the tract of 137 acres bounded by Edmund Allen decd, James Allen, Valentine Freeman decd, Joseph Watson decd, and Chickahominy Swamp, it being a tract of land devised by the will of Rebeckah Ellmore (grandmother to the said John Ellmore) unto Elizabeth Elmore her daughter and in case of her dying without issue unto the above named John Elmore; /s/ wits: Charles Woodson, Robert Spears, Samuel Gathright junr, Samuel Gathright (mark S)
738 2 Aug 1762; William Watson to Julius Allen; £400 for 800 acres; adj Matthew Johnson, Elizabeth Dolton, Richard Williamson & James Valentine, it being the land that was given to the said William Watson by his grand father Joseph Watson decd, being the land granted to Joseph Watson by patent 15 Oct 1741; /s/; no wits; 2 Aug 1762, ack
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