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a. Note:   ven November 2, 1748 Sons: David "The plantation Inow live on " and all cattle in his mark "which is a crop in theright ear and slit in ye left ear" Henry (Land on the NuseRiver) John (one negro boy "and one gray mare that has been muchbit with wolves") Samuel (One negro) Daughters: Sarah (cattle)Nanney (one negro boy) Elizabeth (one mustee boy) Olif (onenegro) and Rebeckah Smith (one negro) Executor: David Smith, SonWitnesses: Henry Gerrald, Charles Smith, John Hardee Provenbefore E. Hall, C.J. Came to bath county around 1702 Was imported to Bath County, in 1702, by James Fewox Deed: p l89 - l Feb l768 - Henry Smith (or) Jacob Blount (ee) 50 lbs for 200 Ac SS Neuce on Half Moon Swamp part of larger tract granted to James Durham in l736 which he conveyed to William Hancock then by heirship to Durham Hancock and from Durham Hancock to John Tuten then to Henry Smith Sr. on l5 Sept l746 then to Henry Smith Jr. by Will
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