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Deed to transfer land from George Catchmany to George Durant
Catchmany, George
March 13, 1663
Volume 01, Page 20

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[Records of Perquimans County, Book A, No. 376.]

Whereas George Durant Hath Seated a Plantation on Roanoke Sound and on a point called by the name of Wicocombe at, or between two Rivers called by ye name of Perquimans and Katoline and whereas I, George Catchming have obtained a grant of the Honerable Governor of Virginia for the whole Neck betwixt the two Rivers ye which grant was a part Belonging to the said George Durant be it known therefore unto all men by these Presents I the said George Catchmang do assign, make over and deliver unto him the above named George Durant that Parcell of land lying and being on ye same Neck, Begining at a small creek or Branch which issueth out of Perquimans River which divideth this land from the Neck called Langley's Neck extending down ye said River Sound to a small Piece of Ground where ye said Durant did begin to clear but desisted. As also including ye same small piece of ground to ye eastward of his Plantation thence Northerly into the Woods which land I do engage myself my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns to Pattyn ye said & to make over the same being Patyned to him his heirs, executors, administrators & assigns utterly disclaiming any right, title & interest I, the said Catchmang have to ye same although it may be put into my Pattyn. I Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this 13th day of March 1662.

John Jenkins
Edward Remington.