" Patent—Cecilius, &c.
" Know ye that we, for and in consideration thatt Randall
" Revel, being seized in fee of a certain freehold, part of
" the manor of West St. Maries, by vertue of a grant to
" him the said Randall from us by patent under our great
" seal, bearing date 17th October 1740, hath surrendered into
" our hands the said grant to the use of Jane Cockshott,
" widow, Doe therefore hereby give, grant and confirm
" unto the said Jane, all that neck of land called Green's
" Point, &c. ut in Revel's patent.¾Given 29th November
LIBER No. 1, fol. 24.
The following is a record of several assignments
endorsed on the same patent, made, it is supposed, by request of
some of the parties interested.
" On the back side of a grant to Francis Poesey, for four
hundred and fifty acres of land, bearing date at St. Maries
14th May 1651, is this assignment, viz.
" Know all men by these presents, that I Francis Poesey FRANCIS >< POESEY,
do assign over all my whole right and title and interest of
this within mentioned patent unto Richard Watson, his heirs,
executors, administrators and assigns (only one hundred
acres excepted, unto Walter Guest) and to perform the
same I have hereunto set my hand this 10th day of February
" This 10th February 1652.
" Whereas I Francis Poesey have freely given unto
Walter Guest, one hundred acres of land, out of a patent day, sold
to a Richard Wattson, which is to say, beginning at the white
oak Potomack river, and the breadth running upon the said
Potomack river side, and the length extending into the
woods. To have and to hold the said land to Walter Guest,
his heirs and assigns forever, as witness my hand
his FRANCIS>< POESEY,
Witness by us,
Richard Wattson, mark.
" On the back side is this assignment written,
" This 29th July 1653.
" I Walter Guest do assign all my right and title of this WALTER M GUEST.
within mentioned unto Walter Bayne or his assigns, as
witness my hand. The mark of
Witness by me John Hutch.