Location: Brunswick, Virginia
Surnames/tags: Kimball Peeples_Peoples
My mission is to unlock the mystery of the Shearin Kimall relationship. How it fits together.There is so much speculation. I need facts.
Ok. So I figured out today that the Kimballs ,Peeples ,and Shearins were all at or around the plantation of Benjamin Kimball who owned the plantation named "Roan Oak".
Indenture made the 16th day of November, 1758, between Amos HORTON and William PEEBLES, for 45 pounds, conveying 320 acres on both sides of Cattale Creek, and being same land patented to William WISE, Jun., bearing date of 1746, and that Amos HORTON obtained by Patent bearing date of 1745, adjoining lands of Nathaniel CARTOR. Signed by Amos HORTON and Sarah HORTON (her mark). Witnesses were Jno. NINSOM and Joseph PEEBLES. Indenture acknowledged in Court on November 28, 1758, by Amos HORTON and Sarah HORTON. Deed Book 6, page 301.
Indenture made the 26th day of November, 1759, between Henry COOK and David PEOPLES, for 30 pounds, conveying 557 acres, adjoining the County line, and lands of John JACKSON, James WATSON, Jehu PEEBLES, Thomas SIFSON, LANIER, Sampson LANIER and Richard LANIER. Witnesses were Laml. (or Saml.) LANIER, Joseph PEEPLES and Phil. BURROW. Signed by Henry COOK (his mark). Indenture acknowledged in Court on November 26, 1759, by Henry COOK. Deed Book 6, page 420.
So Jehu Peeples Senior
Indenture made the 22nd day of November, 1760, between Jehu PEEPLES, Sr., and Mary, his wife, and Rufsil BLACKLEY, for __________. Deed Book 6, page 485.
Indenture made the 8th day of November, 1760, between John BURROW of Dinwiddie County, and Jehu PEEPLES, Sen., for 60 pounds, conveying two tracts on South side of Recoy Creek, first containing 344 acres granted to John BURROW by Letters of Patent dated July 12, 1750, and the second tract containing 272 acres, same land granted to John BURROW by Letters of Patent dated August 15, 1751. Witnesses were John PETTWAY, William COOPER (his mark), and Robert PETTWAY. Indenture was acknowledged in Court on November 24, 1760, by John BURROW. Deed Book 6, page 568.
Jehu Junior Indenture made the 25th day of August, 1760, between Jehua PEEBLES, Junr., and Cate, his wife, and Joseph HARRISON of Sussex County, for 100 pounds, conveying 300 acres, being the land purchased by Jehua PEEBLES, Junr. of Jehu PEEBLES, Sen. by deed dated the 22nd day of December, 1755. Signed by Jehua PEEPLES and Catey PEEBLES. No witnesses. Indenture was acknowledged in Court on August 25, 1760, by Jehua PEEBLES and Catey PEEBLES, and Catey PEEBLES, wife of the said Jehua PEEBLES, relinquished her right of dower. Deed Book 6, page 537.
John Peebles father of Robert Peebles
Indenture made the 21st day of April, 1761, between John PEEBLES, Senr. and Robert PEEBLES, for Love and Affection unto his son, Robert PEEBLES, conveying 200 acres on Fountains Creek and Roan Oak Road, adjoining land of Henry WYCHE. Names of witnesses not given. Indenture acknowledged in Court on April 27, 1761, by John PEEBLES. Deed Book 6, page 652.
John Peebles father of Samuel Peebles
Indenture made the 25th day of April, 1761, between John Sen. and his son, Samuel PEEBLES, for Love and Affection, conveying 175 acres on Road Oak Road and Old Womans Branch. Names of witnesses not given. Indenture acknowledged in Court on April 27, 1761, by John PEEBLES. Deed Book 6, page 654.
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