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Proceedings of the Council of State, 1720 Mar. 1.

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To Alexander Marshall - Two thousand acres in Henrico County Beginning on the Lower side of ButterWood creek so extending up the River including Genito creek so up to the head of the Creek to include the said Quantity. To Nathaniell Harrison & John Allen- Three thousand acres at & about the place known by the name of Griffens School on a Creek about six mile above hfort Christanna in Brunswick County. For Robert Hicks & Thomas Avent - Two thousand acres beginning at the mouth of the first great Creek on Roanoak river above the Line so running up the River to include the aforesd quantity. To William Edwards - Two thousand acres in Prince George County lying between Fort Christianna & Roanoak, along the Trading path, round a red Dogwood. To Charles Hudson - one thousand acres in New Kent County lying upon both sides of Stagg Creek.