The Origins of the Riggins Family in and around Poquoson Virginia

 

 

1820 Deed: John Hardwood & wife Martha Tabb to Isaac Riggin

Recorded: 21 May 1821 York County, Virginia Courthouse Deed book 9 Page 20

This Indenture  made and entered into this fifteenth day of April in

the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and twenty.  Between John Harwood Sen. And

Martha Tabb his wife of the one part and Isaac Riggin of the other part and

all of the County of York in the State of Virginia.  Whereforth that the said John

Harwood Sen. and Martha Tabb his wife for and in consideration of the sum of

Eight hundred and ten dollars to them cash in hand paid or secured to be paid

the rest whereof they hereby acknowledge and there of acquire and discharge him

the said Isaac Riggin have granted, bargained, sold, aliened entiffed and confirmed

and by these presents, do grant, bargain sell, alien enteoff and confirm unto the

said Isaac Riggin one certain Tract piece or piece of Land, Situate lying and

being in the County aforesaid and Bounded as follows to wit, on the East by

Lambs Creek, on the North by Poquoson river, on the West by the Lands of

Thomas Pescud and on the south by the Lands of Edward C Howard and

Containing by estimation Eighty one acres be the same more or less unto

him the said Isaac Riggin his heirs and assigns forever and all the estate

rights Title, Property, Interest claim and demand of them the said John Harwood

Sen. And Martha Tabb his Wife, of in and to the said grantes and bargaines

land with each all and every of its appurtenances and appendages thereunto be-

Longing, or in any wise apportaing to him the said Isaac Riggin his heirs

And assigns forever, To have and to hold the said grants & bargaines Land and

 Premises with all and every of its appurtenances, appendages, and Enhancements,

Unto him the said Isaac Riggin his heirs and assigns forever and the said

John Harwood Sen. and Martha Tabb his wife, do covenant to and with the

said Isaac Riggin & his heirs a good sure and perfect Title to the aforesaid

grantes & bargaines Land & premises and every part & parcel thereof against themselves

and their heirs, and against the claim or claims of all and every other person or

persons whatsoever unto him the said Isaac Riggin his heirs & assigns, shall

and will forever warrant and defend by these presents

In Faith and Testimony whereof they the said John Harwood Sen. and

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