Page 17, IOW Deed Book 5, JOHN PENNEY, and SUSANNAH, my wife, in North Carolina, have appointed RICHARD BRASWELL of the Upper Parish of IW, my true and lawful atty, to acknowledge in IW Court, a certain parcel of land sold by me to DANIEL STOREY in IW, by deed bearing even date. The land is in the upper parish of IW, and joining upon Nottoway River, and containing about 150 acres. Signed Dec (no day stated) 1735 - JOHN (his mark) PENNEY, SUSANNAH (+ her mark) PENNEY. Wit - JOHN BRASWELL, Wm. (+ his mark) BRASWELL (No recording date stated) NOTE: This Richard is Susannah Braswell's son and presumably his sons John & William who are named in his 1744 IOW Co., VA will.
NOTE: Carey Bracewell transcribed this deed and he has "for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings lawful money to him in hand paid by sd RICHD BRASSELL". Then he wrote that immediately following it was a deed of release and BRASSELL was to pay FAIRCLOTH "fifteen hundred ponds of pork"