Names other than the Wilbourns are included in this post of raw data from deeds.
Here are the raw data:
October 11, 1764: Richard Wilburn witnesses a deed between John Grills who sells 927 acres to Stephen Hughes, both of Albemarle County, for 514 pounds, the land being on the south side of Bisket Run . . . to John Harris’s line . . .and then to Joseph Anthony’s line; signed John Grills; other witnesses: Richard Woods, Joseph Fennell, and William Hughes; Wm Terrell Lewis (Deed Book 4, pp. 9-11)
May 10, 1769: Richard Wilburn buys 162 acres, from William and Susannah Martin, both of St. Anne’s Parish, Albemarle County, for twenty pounds.The 162 acres is part of the 324 acres that Martin bought of Matthias Jordan, dated Oct. 9, 1757. The land is bounded beginning at James Tuley’s corner . . .by a branch of Totier . . .crossing a branch of Ballenger’s Cr. . . . joining Abraham Eade’s and James Tuley’s to the beginning; wit: Jno. Graham and John Lyon; Susannah Martin relinquishes her dower rights (Deed Book 5, pp. 174-75, 1768-1772, Part I)
March (blank) 1770: Richard Wilburn witnesses a deed between Barbara Ramsay of St. Anne’s Parish, Albemarle County, who sells to Abraham Eades of Parish (sic) and County of Amherst. The land is 300 acres and it was purchased by John Ramsay from Jacob Eades, who had purchased it of Wm. Sudarth. It is in Albemarle County, on both sides of the South Fork of Totier Cr. and bounded beginning at Bolling Clark’s corner. . . Mr. Stith’s line . . . the South Fork of Totier Cr. . . . Bolling Clark’s line, thence along the said Clark’s line . . . the South Fork of Totier Creek . . . to the beginning; Signed Barbree (sic) Ramsay; wit: Thomas Richards, John Wilkinson, Richard Wilburn (Deed Book 5, pp. 161-62, 1758-1772, Part I)
My Direct Line in Virginia:
Other Wilbourns in This Series (in alphabetical order):
Early Wilbourns of Albemarle County
Most of these posts have names other than Wilbourn. Some posts have hundreds of names.
Ruth and Sam Sparacio, Virginia County Court Records, Deed Abstracts of Albemarle County, Virginia Deed Book no. 4, 9 August 1764 – 12 August 1768, McLean, Virginia: published privately, 1989.
Ruth and Sam Sparacio, Virginia County Court Records Deed Abstracts of Albemarle County, Virginia, 1768-1770McLean, Virginia: the Antient Press, 1990; being our Part I on the Albemarle County Deed Book no. 5, 1768-1772, August Court 1768 – December Court 1770.