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Petition of John Smith and others, 1733 Nov. 1.

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Abstract

Contains a petition from John Smith & Sarah his wife, John Daricoate & Cicelia his wife, James Massey, John Massey, Elizabeth Pinchback, and Mary Massey, children & devisees of Thomas Massey of New Kent County, deceased, and Thomas Massey, nephew & devisee of Thomas Massey, to Lieutenant Governor William Gooch. The petitioners ask for leave to divide a tract of land containing four thousand acres taken up & surveyed by petitioner's testator, Thomas Massey on the Little Byrd Creek in Goochland County on 12 January 1731.