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Patented by John Lindsey in the early 1670s, the land lay idle until conveyed to James Atwood in 1682. Atwood that same year sold 150 acres each to John Bristow and John Micham, 80 acres in 1683 to George Guest (who in turn sold 50 acres to Richard Reynolds and Nike Roshe Run Black And White Dots
1654, assigned by his heir, John Jackson, to Sir Henry Chicheley in 1657, and Nike Roshe One Black And Gold by Cuthbert Potter, as Chicheley's attorney, to William Bawdes in 1661, passing to Bawdes's daughter Mary at his death in 1665. Ultimately William Dudley came i.
f their holdings they had to rent or sell other parts. The Nash family holding on Sunderland Creek is an example. On arriving from York County in the 1650s, Arthur Nash, an ex servant, bought servants of his own and, in partnership with John Needles, made crops on other people's lands until he had enough to buy, purchasing 400 acres from Thomas Pattison in 1664. Arthur died shortly after, but a part of the land was rented out to support his minor son, John. In 1681 John came of age, cleared accounts with his guardian, Matthew Bentley, and took possession of the property. The 2,478 pounds of tobacco he collected from Bentley as the profit of fifteen years running the estate (less the cost of raising young John) was hardly enough to develop his own establishment; hence in 1683 Nash sold acreage to Richard Allen, a former servant of his father's. The next year, in return for title "to one able manservant" and an annual rent of one ear of corn, he signed a long term lease for another part of the land withThomas Radley. Still a third part he leased to Christopher Fisher, while in the early 1690s he sold off two small plots of 60 and 40 acres.
children. The "ancient Jamaica" patent of 1658, which gave its name to the far northwestern section of the county between the road and swamp, is still another example of land that was divided and resold. Originally patented by John Curtis as a speculation and conveyed by him to John Harris, the land (an estimated 1,200 acres) began to be subdivided at Harris's death. Four hundred acres fell to John and Penelope Richens as Harris's heirs, the rest being set aside to satisfy debts. Neighbor Nicholas Cocke, as executor of the estate, apparently paid the debts and held onto the land, selling 200 acres to Robert Porter in 1684. What was left, 646 acres by survey, passed to Nicholas's son Maurice and at Maurice's death in 1696 to Rice Jones, Maurice's sister's son, who in 1704 sold it to William and Robert Daniell, each of whom took half for himself. Still a third example is the Lindsey patent of 700 acres along the Dragon, to the south and west of Jamaica Land.
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still ended up on resurvey with 100 acres!), and in 1686, 140 acres to Thomas Stapleton. At his death, Atwood left 100 developed acres to his son Richard. In the far southeastern section of the county, Stingray Point itself was subjected to such subdivision. The whole point an estimated 800 acres but subsequently proving to be 1,100 was patented by William Brocas in Nike Roshe One Flight Weight
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