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Ann Yelverton, daughter of John
Posted by: David Date: April 27, 2000 at 07:57:04
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Thought this might be helpful to someone.

Bertie Co., NC Deeds and Wills
BK B PG. 414
Richard Molton(Melton) to Ann Yelverton 10 Jan 1725 200 A for love & affection I do owe and bear unto Ann Yelverton d/o John & Elizabeth Yelverton at Oldfield, to her & her hiers forever if she should die without heirs of her body to return to her eldest sister Elizabeth & her hiers. Witnesses: John Yellverton, John Nairne, jurat and Andw. Frasher May Court 1728
BK B PG. 126
Richard Melton appears frequently until 1728; in 1723 he held patent for 640 acres on Long Meadow (Bertie Co. Deed Book D, p. 126) page 414. Richard Melton, carpenter, to Ann Yelverton 10 Jan 1725 200 acres for love and affection I do bear unto Ann daughter of John and Elizabeth Yelverton of Oldfield, to her heirs forever.

Melton researcher's show Richard and Ann were married abt 1725 and had a son named Richard.

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