Boisseau deeds
 from Dinwiddie County, Virginia, Deed Book No. 7, 1851-1854,                              pages 407 & 408

James P. Boisseau & wife to Edward P. Scott
Deed B & S

 This deed made the 16th day of May in the year 1853 between James P. Boisseau and Elizabeth A. his wife, John L. Scott and Peter H. Scott parties of the one part and Edward P. Scott party of the other part. Witnesseth that in consideration of the sum of three thousand dollars the said parties of the one part do grant unto the party of the other part, all their right title and interest in and to a ___(?) tract or parcel of land of which the late Mr. E. G. Torbone died seized and possessed, lying and being in the County of Dinwiddie and containing seven hundred and twenty-six(726) acres, more or less and bounded by the land of Jno. W. Gilliam, James Kidd, Thomas Lewis __(?), Martha Young & others.~Witness the following signatures and seals

                            James P. Boisseau   seal
                           Elizabeth A. Boisseau   seal
                           John L. Scott   seal
                           Peter H. Scott   seal

County of Dinwiddie to wit:
  I, James H. Boisseau a justice of the peace for the County aforesaid, in the State of Virginia, do certify that James P. Boisseau, Jno. L. Scott and Peter H. Scott whose names are signed to the writing above, bearing date on the 16th day of May 1853, have acknowledged the same before me in my County aforesaid: Given under my hand and seal this 16th day of May 1853.
  State of Virginia                                           James H. Boisseau JP seal
County of Dinwiddie Court 

We John W. Gilliam and James H. Boisseau justices of the peace in and for the county aforesaid, do certify that elizabeth A. Boisseau, the wife of James P. Boisseau, whose names are signed to the writing hereto annexed, bearing date on the 126th day of May 1853 personally appeared before us in the County aforesaid, and having the writing aforesaid fully explained to her she the said Elizabeth A. Boisseau acknowledged the said writing to be her act, and declared that she had willingly executed the same and does not wish to retract it. Given under our hands and seals this 29th day of August 1853.
                                                                               JW Gilliam  JP  seal
                                                                    James H. Boisseau  JP  seal

 In the Clerks office of Dinwiddie County Court September the 3rd 1853:
This Deed of bargain and sale from James P. Boisseau and Elizabeth A. his wife John L. Scott and Peter H. Scott to Edward P. Scott was filed and with the certificates annexed admitted to record:
                                                                                C. A. Hargrave  Clk:
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