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LADD DEED RECORDS



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Pendleton District, S.C. Deeds

1790-1806

Phillip Meroney for $500 sold Reuben Copeland 200 acres on 12 Mile River of Saluda River. Date 7 Feb. 1804. Signed: Phil D. Maroney. Wit: David Murphree, Jesse Murphee. David Murphee made oath to Amos Ladd, J.P., 16 May1805.


PENDLETON DISTRICT
SOUTH CAROLINA
DEEDS
1790-1806
submitted by: Charles Ladd.

10 April 1795 James Davis of Pendleton to Wm. Glenn of Rockingham Co., N.C.

..... Amos Ladd wit. & made oath to Baily Anderson.

Note: This is about the time that Amos & Mary (Carmicael) Ladd of Stokes Co.

moved to South Carolina. William Glenn was a brother-in-law to Amos Ladd.

21 Jan. 1799 William Lynch of Pendleton Co. to William Sutherland of Rockingham Co., N.C. for 700 silver dollars for 320 acres on both sides of Woolenoy creek of Saluda river, part of 640 acres granted William Hart and Jno. Edwards Esqs. Treas. of State, 7 Apr. 1789. Wit. Amos Ladd, Joseph Ladd, John Ladd. Amos Ladd Sr. made oath to Wm. Reed J.P., 24 Jan. 1799.

Note: This is the family of Amos Ladd the s/o Noble & Judith Dameron Ladd of Stokes co., NC and Albemarle co. VA. This is the only record that I have found of Joseph Ladd. I believe that this Joseph is the son of Amos Sr. and that he married Hester ______. And, he moved to Kentucky about 1802/03 and then to Knox Co., Indiana for several years. Joseph and family was in what is now Sevier Co., Arkansas in about 1816/17. Joseph died in Scott Co., Arkansas sometime between 1840-1850. He is very likely buried in the County Line cemetery in that county. John was a son of Amos sr., above, and he lived and died in Pickens Co., S.C.   The Amos Ladd jr., above, was the Amos Ladd who married Anna Stone, who was the d/o Solomon Stone, and the same Amos who moved to Bedford and Marion Co., Tennessee about 1810. I suspect that Solomon Stone, who was a Revolutionary War Soldier, married a d/o Noble & Judith (Dameron) Ladd. Solomon Stone's war
records show that he moved with the Amos Ladd II family when they migrated to Tennessee and Jackson Co., Alabama. Solomon probably died in Marion county, Tennessee sometime after 1835.

Perkins

Peter Perkins moved from Pittsylvania co. Va. to Stokes Co. N.C. between 10 Apr. and 13 Nov. 1797, and his brother Nicholas moved there by 1799. Both owned large tracts of land in Pendleton District but there is no record that they ever lived there.


Trigg County, KY

>From Deed Book I - 1852-1854 Trigg County, KY

1 Mar 1852 - William H. Ladd was highest bidder and "became purchaser thereof" for

$161 five tracts of land in Trigg. Purchaed from H. C. Burnett, Commissioner in

Chancery, per degree from Trigg Circuit Court at August Term 1851 on petition of

the heirs of William Ladd, deceased for the sale of land to sell to the highest

bidder.

About 50 acres, part of a 400 acres survey and patented to Thomas Alberry.

Boundaries mention included 75 acre survey sold by Thomas Alberry to Benjamin

Ladd.

1 Jan 1853 - William T. Newman and Agnes E. Newman, formerly Morrison, his wife of

Christian Co., KY sold to William Ladd of Trigg county a parcel in Trigg on the

waters of the Muddy Fork. Boundaries included land owned by John Ladd.

1857 - 1859 Trigg Co., KY Deeds

5 Feb 1857 - Irby Guthrie of Trigg, Co., KY purchased from Richard Shackelford and

America R. Shackelford of New Orleans, LA for $1100 a "Tract of the waters of the

Muddy Fork of Little River. 138 acres conveyed to James Morrison from Edward B.

Ladd and adjoining the land of John Ladd, Sr. and known as the old Ladd Place,

being part of a 200 acre survey _____ to Benjamin Ladd, Sr., bounded by.....E. B.

Ladd's house and corner to William Ladd's"

19 Feb 1857 - Irby Guthrie and Mary A. Guthrie of the County of Trigg sold to

William H. Ladd of Trigg for $550 a tract on the waters of the Muddy Fork and is

bounded by John Ladd's 80 acres.

31 Oct 1857 - James Gilfoy and Elmira Gilfoy, his wife sold to Susannah Ladd, wife

of John C. Ladd a tract of land in Wallonia, Trigg, Ky on the waters of the Muddy

Fork for $300.

Deed Book 0, 1859 - 1864

12 Feb 1860 - John C. Ladd, trustee for Susanna Ladd sold to W. R. Simms a house

and lot in the town of Wallonia, now occupied by Simms as a Grocery house on

Princeton Road. pg 201.

22 Aug 1860 - E. B. Ladd, a note to Dabney Stewart for $101.20. Mortgaged a bay

mare.

27 Aug 1861 - R. A Burnett, Commissioner and Evander Ladd. "This indenture made

in obedience to and in persuance of the judgement rendered by the Trigg Circuit

Court at the August Term 1859 in the Suit of William Stewart and others against

Evander Ladd and others after having advertised the time, terms and place of sale

as required by said judgement did on Monday, the 14th day of November 1859, being

County Court day and the first day thereof, at the Court House door in Cadiz,

KY....to sale to the highest bidder as a credit of six months, the tract of land

in the petition and judgement mentioned and Evander Ladd being the highest bidder

the purchaser of said land at the price of $301 for which amount he executed his

bond to said commissioner. Which bond has been fully paid and discharged by the

said Ladd." ........tract of land in Trigg on the waters of Horse Creek. pg 657

Deed Book P 1864-1866 Trigg County, KY.

3 Nov 1864 (filed) - George W. Ladd bought a tract of land on the Muddy Fork of

Little River from James Richardson & wife for $485. - pg 79

26 Mar 1864 - Mrs. Julia A. Ladd sold a tract of land on the waters of Saline

Creek for $230 to Robert Tinsley. pg 101

28 Jan 1864 - William B. Ladd bought a tract of land from William T. Newman and A.

E. Newman, his wife, of the State of GA, for $412.50.....the land that belonged to

Mrs. Newman from her father James J. Morris, deceased. pg 162

28 Jan 1864 - William H. Ladd bought a parcel of land from William T. Newman and

A. E. Newman, for $591.25. - pg 162

submitted by:

Terry & Carol Ficklin <mariah@sccoast.net>

January 30, 1999


Henrico Co VA

Henrico Co VA Deed Book 1677-1705
p 256: Edw Mathews of H Co, for L3000 tob, to Alexr Makenny. 100 acres nr
plantation where i dwell, bounded by Baylys Brook, John LADDS place called
"Claytons". 1 Dec 1691
Wit: Ben Hatcher, John Cox, Sarah Mathews
Signed Edw (EM) Mathews, Sarah Mathews
p 508: I, Amos Ladd, am agoing to leave these parts between this and next
Christmas and am going to Pennsylvania, and desire all of you I am indebted
to to claim your debts and I will satisfy you, so I rest. signed Amos Ladd
Rec 1 Aug 1694
p 525: 19 Sept 1694. Amos Lad of Co and Parish of Henrico, carpenter, to
Edmond Liptrot of same, planter, for L1200 tob, a tract, part of a greater
tract patented by Solomon Knibb, late of this county, decd, and conveyed to
John Lad, father of said Amos. 1 Aug 1668, 150 acres.
Wit: All. Clerke, Wm WM Pierce 
Signed Amos X Lad rec 1 Dec 1694
misc wills and deeds 1697-1704 Henrico Co
p 159: Amos Lead of Henrico Co, for L12, to John Pleasants, land on north
side of Four Mile Creek, bounded by the creek, being land formerly Solomon
Knibb's, 30 acres. being part of a patent taken up by my father John Lead,
decd. 24 Sept 1667. I Feb 1699/1700. Wit: Mel Richardson, Wm (H) Hudson. 
Rec 1 Feb 1699. 
p 198: Amos Leed of Henrico Co, carpenter, for love and affection to my
friend and brother William Leed of same, land on east side Four Mile Creek,
on Stoney Run, 150 yds fm house where my sd brother lives, and on east side
of land of John Pleasants, formerly known as the Great Slash Divident, and
on Baleys Brook, 40 acres. 1 Feb 1700/1. Wit: Thos Kingston, Robt Morris,
C. Evans
Signed Amos AL Leed, rec 1 Feb 1700
p 417: 1 Aug 1704: Amos (AL) Lead witnesses a deed
Depositions, Henrico Co, 20 Oct 1680, widow, age 30. 
(most likely widow of John father of Amos?)
submitted BY: Leota Bennett
rabit@preferred.com
Feb 17, 1999
		      

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Information From: Deed Book 1 Fluvanna County, Virginia

Pages 77, 78 Date: 2 April 1778

To all peoples whom these presents shall come I John Ladd send greeting Know ye

that I the John Ladd of the County and parrish of Fluvanna for and in

consideration of the love good will and affection which I have and do Bear

towards John Hunt and Ann his wife of the aforesaid County and parrish of

Fluvanna do lend unto the said John and Ann his wife during their life one

certain tract or parcel of Land in the aforesaid County and parrish of Fluvanna

containing by estimation one hundred Acres be it more or less and Bounded as

followeth, to wit, Begining on McKinzeys corner on a white Oak running thence

on McKinzeys line crossing Rockfish Creek to a corner pine, thence new lines

crossing the Creek to Champion Napiers line, thence on Mapiers line to the

begining, lending the above s'd. land unto John Hunt and Ann his Wife during

life and after their decease I freely by these presents give the above s'd.

land unto their Son David Hunt And to his Heirs Ex's. Adm's. and assigns

forever. To have and to hold the said one hundred Acres of Land by estimation

to him my said Grandson David Hunt and his Heirs for ever, together with all

Improvements Convienances and appertinances whatever in as full, and ample

manner as land is E______ held or granted in this Colony, and I do likewise

oblige myself to execute this my Deed of gift by Acknowledging of it to my

grandson David Hunt in Fluvanna County Court. In witness whereof I have here

unto set my hand and Seal this 2d of April 1778Signed Sealed and Delivered

in presence of his

Leod. Thompson. John + Ladd (seal)

Richard Napier. markWilliam Ogelsby.

At a Court held for Fluvanna County April 2nd 1778. John Ladd came into Court

and acknowledged this writing to be his act and Deed. Ordered that the same be

recorded.

Test John Cobbs C.C.

Submitted by: bjbrke@worldnet.att.net

Information From: Deed Book 1; Fluvanna County, Va.

pages 78, 79, 80 Date: 2 April 1778

To all people to whom these presents shall come I John Ladd do send greeting

Know ye that I the s'd. John Ladd of the County and parrish of Fluvanna for and

in consideration of the love good will and affection which I have and do have

toward Geo: Corn and Elizabeth his wife of the County and parrish of Fluvanna

do lend unto the said Geo: and Elizabeth his wife during their lives and

certain tract & parcel of land in the aforesaid County and parrish of Fluvanna.

Containing by estimation one hundred acres be it more or less and Bounded as

followeth, to wit, begining at pointers running thence on William Buggs line to

Corner red Oak, thence new lines crossing Rock fish Creek to Champion Napiers

line on a white Oak, thence on Napiers line to Jn'o. Hunts corner, thence new

lines to the begining, lending y'e said Land unto the above Geo: and Elizabeth

Corn During their lives, and after their decease I Freely by these presents

give the above said land unto their son John Ripley Corn and to his Heirs,

Exe's. Adm's. and Assigns forever. To have and to hold the said one hundred

Acres of Land by estimation to him my said grandson Jn'o. Ripley Corn, and his

heirs forever. To gether with all improvments Convienances and apertinances

whatever, in as full and ample manner as Land is usually held or granted in

this Colony, and I do likewise oblige myself to Execute this my Deed of gift by

acknowledging of it to my aforesaid grandson John Ripley Corn in Fluvanna

County Court. In witnesses whereof I have here unto Set my Land and affixed my

Seal this 2nd day of April 1778 -

Signed Sealed and Delivered his

in presence of us John + Ladd (seal)

Richard Napier. mark

William Ogelsby.Leod. Thompson.

At a Court held for Fluvanna County April the 2nd 1778 - This Deed was this day

in open Court acknowledged by John Ladd to be his Act, and by the Court ordered

to be recorded. Test Jon. Cobbs C.C.

Submitted by: bjbrke@worldnet.att.net

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