Columbus Co., NC - 1831 Deed - Joseph Gore, Sr. to Mary Reaves

1831 Deed - Joseph Gore Sr to Mary Reaves

Deed - Joseph Gore, Sr. to Mary Reaves

Columbus County, North Carolina
Deed Book E, p. 198
12 Nov 1831


Know all men by these presents that I Joseph Gore, Senr. of the State of North Carolina and County of Columbus for and in consideration of the great good will and natural affection which I have and bear in mind towards my worthy and well beloved daughter Mary Reaves have given, granted fully and freely bestowed and delivered to her the said Mary Reaves and the lawful heirs of her body, two negro girls to wit, Jane of the age of nine years and Charlotte of the age of five years also Nan of the age of thirty with her youngest child nia which said negroes with issue, I warrant and defend unto her my said beloved daughter Mary as aforesaid against the lawful right title or demand of any person or persons whatever, In Witness Whereof I the said Joseph Gore, Sr. have hereunto Set my hand and Seal this 12th day of Novr. 1831

Isaac Etheredge                                     Joseph Gore, Senr. (Seal)
John G. Grissett
Etheldred Bozman

                August Term 1832. This Deed was proved by the Oath of Isaac Etheridge and ordered to be registered -                 Chs. Baldwin Clk.

Research Notes

This appears to be Mary, wife of George Reaves who died in Brunswick County NC in May of 1838. Joseph Gore, Sr. died intestate in Brunswick County in 1844. Another Mary or Polly Gore, born 1820, married Joel Reaves. That Mary was the daughter of Joseph Gore who died in Brunswick in 1865 and named both Mary and Joel Reaves in his will.


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