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Robert Vaus - 1654 - York Co VA
Posted by: gracie Date: March 04, 2002 at 17:26:34
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Land Record Abstract: Robert Vaus - 1654 - York Co VA

Land Grant 25 Ju_ 1654.
ROBERT VAUS, 550 acres in York Co VA "... upon Queens Creeke ... four hundred Acres part hereof along HARTWELLs Creek ... upon the Land formerly mr BOOTHes devided from his Land by Maiden Swamp Creeke and runing South into the woods which bounds are According to a bill of sale made to ROBERT VAUS & TOBIAS FREER by JOHN HARTWELL dec.d and one hundred Acres the residue upon Queens Creeke ... next & adjoyning to another tract of Land of the said VAUSes and along the Land of Capt TAYLOR ... leading along the Eastward side of the Labour in Vaine Spring upon the Land of RICHARD JONES ... west by North to the Maiden Swamp and down the said swamp till it come to the first mentioned tract of Land of the aforesaid VAUSes the said Land being due unto the said ROBERT VAUS Vizt. four hundred Acres the first mentioned granted to him by patent Dated the 17th of September 1647 and one hundred and fifty Acres the residue last Mentioned by Patent Dated the 10th of July 1651 ..."
VA Patents 3, p. 238.
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Library of VA Digital Collections

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