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Deed to transfer land from Kilcacenen to George Durant
Kilcacenen, Yeopim chief
March 01, 1662
Volume 01, Page 19

[Records of Perquimans County, Book A, No. 374.]

Know All men by these presents that I, Kilcacenen, King of Yeopim have for a valeiable consideration of satisfaction received with the consent of my people sold, and made over and to George Durant a Parcell of land lying and being on Roneoke Sound and on a River called by the name of Perquimans which. Issueth out of the North Side of the aforesaid Sound which Land at present bears the name of Wecocomicke, begining at a marked Oak Tree, which divides this land from the land I formily sold to Saml Pricklove and extending westerly up the said Sound to a Point or Turning of the aforesaid Perquimans River and so up the eastward side of the said River to a creek called by the name of Awoseake, to-wit;—All the Land betwixt the aforesaid Bounds of Samuel Pricklove and the said Creek; thence to the Head thereof. And thence through the Woods to the first Bounds.

To have and to hold the quiet possession of the same to him and his heirs forever, with All Rights and Priviledges thereunto forever from me or any Person or Persons whatsoever. As witness my hand this first day of March 1661.—

Tho. Weamouth
Caleb Calleway.
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