Note: N1052 Notes from Helen Shahrpe Bertie Co., NC DB-F, p. 344...Solomon Joyner of Edgecombe Co., NC, and John Joyner and wife Elizabeth of Isle of Wight Co., VA, to Joseph Witherington of Surry Co., VA 1741...A patent granted John Brown for 256 acres, 28 July, 1713. Bertie Co., NC, DB-F, p. 344...Solomon Joyner of Edgecombe Co., NC, John Joyner and Elizabeth Joyner of Isle of Wight Co., VA, convey land to William Brown 1713 patent in Bertie Precinct, 1740. Virginia Patents 10-423, dated 11 July 1719: John Joyner IOW 350 acres on the south side of the Main Blackwater Swamp. Beg & c. on the north side of a small branch a line tree and Richard Vicks land. Note: See IOW GB-669 and IOW DB 5-362 for disposal of land. IOW GR-669, dated 3 Feb 1723: John Joyner to Joshua Joyner <would be his brother>....25 acres in the lower parish on south side of Blackwater adjoining said Joshua Joyner (being part of a patent granted said John Joyner on 7 July 1719. Signed John Joyner Wit: Jinry (x) Summerell, Nathaniel (x) Jones and Thomas Lewis. IOW DB 5-214, dated 17 Feb 1737: William Briant (Bryant) of North Carolina, to John Joyner of Isle of Wight, for 1 pound 10 shillings and for divers other good causes, 200 acres in Isle of Wight on the south side of Blackwater (swamp), bounded by the mouth of the Bull poquoson (pocoson) branch, said John Joyner, the main branch. the land was patented to Bridgman Joyner on 16 Nov 1714. Signed William Bryant, Sarah Bryan. Wit: Nathan (I) Joyner, Abram (A his mark) Johnson, William (W his mark) Bradshaw. R. 27 Feb 1737. Note: See below for disposal of this land to Elizabeth Joyner IOW DB 5-362, dated 10 Aug 1739: John Joyner of Isle of Wight, to Bridgman Joyner <would be his brother> of IOW, for 20 pound 10 shillings and for divers other good causes about 325 acres in Isle of Wight on the south side of Blackwater (swamp), bounded by Joshua Joyner, Arnald Pews. the land is part of a patent of land granted to John Joyner on 7 July 1719. Signed John Joyner Wit: John Dunkley, Richard Blow, Jr. r. 24 Sept 1739. Note: other 25 acres sold to brother Joshua. IOW DB 5-525, dated 22 Sep 1740: John Joyner of Isle of Wight and Newport parish, to Thomas Brewer of Nansemond County and Parish of Suffolk, for 20 pounds, all that tract of land which Bridgman Joyner, father of the said John Joyner, bought of Barnaby McKinney out of a patent of said McKenny’s granted by Alexander Spotswood, VA Lieut Governor, on 23 Dec 1714, bounded by the head of a little Bridge branch on Mathew Griffin’s line, the main Black Cr., the old road, a line of marked trees which parts the said Joyner and Samuel Johnson, the Mill pond, the Main Road and containing about 100 acres. Signed - John Joyner --Wit: John Monro, John Summerrell, Edmond Godwin. R. 22 Sep 1740 IOW DB 5-534, dated 22 Sep 1740: I, John Joyner of Isle of Wight, for the love that I have for my loving friend, Elizabeth Joyner of Isle of Wight, have given Elizabeth Joyner, one certain piece of land in IOWon the south side of Black Water (Swamp), bounded by the mouth of the Bull Pocosen (pocoson) branch, the head of the Mapole branch, containing about 200 acres, it being part of a parcel of land granted to Bridgeman Joyner in a patent dated 1714. Signed John Joyner. Wit: Bridgman Joyner (brother), and Jos: Jones. recorded 22 Sep 1740 IOW WB 1-163: John Joyner, dated 2 Sept 1748. R. 9 March 1748: ...of Nottoway Parish. Leg. son Solomon; daughter Elizabeth Lott; daughter Martha Clark; daughter Ester Beal. Ex., son Absalom. Wit: Chaplain Williams, Henry Crafford, William Grizard. <no mention of a son Joshua> IOW WB 5-187: John Joyner: Estate appraised by Henry Dawson, Joshua Dawson, James Turner. Signed Absalom Joyner R. 1 June 1749.
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