Wilkes Co., NC Grant - George Reves

1791 NC Grant - George Reves

Grant to George Reves

Wilkes County, North Carolina
Grant No. 1211
Deed Book D, p. 42
20 Dec 1791

To all to whom these presents Shall come Greeting
Know ye that we for and in Consideration of the sum of fifty Shillings for Every Hundred acres hereby Granted paid into our Treasury By George Reves have Given and Granted and by these presents do Give and Grant unto the said George Reves a tract of Land Containing Six Hundred Acres Lying and being in our County of Wilkes Lying on New River Beginning at a Chesnut tree at Mouth branch Runing North Eighty Degrees East three Hundred and forty poles down the Several Meanders of Said River And a Conditional Line between said Reves and David Collins to a White Oak thence North Sixty degrees East one Hundred and ten poles with Said Conditional Line to a linn (?) and beach on the bank of the River thence down the Meanders of Said River One Hundred poles Crossing the Mouth of filing Creek to a white hickory on the bank of Said River thence South Sixty degrees East Seventy two poles with a Conditional Line Between Said Reves and Moses Tolever to a white oak on the bank of the Creek near said Tolevers Mill dam thence South Crossing Said Creek thence three Hundred and forty poles to a Red Oak in the forks of Said Creek thence West two Hundred and Ninety poles Crossing Creek to the first Station - As by the plat thereunto Annexed doth appear together with all woods waters Mines Minerals hereditaments and appurtenances to the Said Land belonging or appertaining to hold to the Said George Reves his heirs and assigns forever yielding and paying to us Such Sums of Money yearly or otherwise as our General Assembly from time to time may direct provided Always that the Said George Reves Shall cause this Grant to be Registered in the Registers office of our Said County of Wilkes within twelve months from the date hereof other wise the same Shall be Void and of no Effect in testimony whereof we have Caused these our Letters to be made patent And our Great Seal to be hereunto Affixed Witness - Alexander Martin Esquire our Governor Captain General and Commander in Chief at Newbern this 20th day of December in the XXII year of our Independence and in the year of our Lord one thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety one

By His Excellys Comd.                                     Alex. Martin
I Glasgow Secretary
                          (wrote on the Back thus)
                          R. Sheppard PSec (?)
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