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This Deed Made this fourth day of November1864 between
W Goddin, Trustee, of the City of Richmond, party of the first part,
W P. Harrison, of the County of Henrico, party of the second part, and
Frederick Brauer, of the said County, party of the third part.
Whereas the said W P Harrison in order to secure to the said
Frederick Brauer, the payment of the sum of Five thousand dollars,
due by a bond bearing date 12 Octo 1863, payable at two years
after date, with interest thereon from its date until paid, did, by his
deed bearing date on the 12th day of October 1863, and recorded in
Henrico County Court Office in Book 80, page 56, convey to W.
Goddin, in trust, the following property, to wit: all that tract of
land, with the dwelling and other improvements thereon, occupied
by the said Harrison, lying and being in the County of Henrico, about
twelve miles above the City of Richmond, on the Qui-Occasin Road,
adjoining Overton Brown, Stapleton Coates, Griffin's estate and
others, containing two hundred and four acres, being the same
real estate conveyed to said Harrison by Milton S. Cottrell & wife,
by deed dated 4 Octo 1862 and recorded in Henrico County Court
Clerk's Office.
And whereas, the said W. P. Harrison in order to secure
to the said Frederick Brauer, the further sum of Three thousand
Dollars, due by bond, dated 8 Decr 1863, payable one year after
date, with interest from its date until paid, did, by his deed, dated
8 December 1863, and recorded in Henrico County Court Office
in Book 80, page 215, convey in trust, to the said W Goddin, the
land above described, and also four slaves, owned by said Harrison,
viz: Abraham, aged thirty years, Clara his wife, aged
thirty years, Milly aged twenty five years, and Henry aged
fifty years.
And whereas the said sums of money, with all the
accrued interest thereon having been fuly paid by the said W.P.
Harrison to the said Frederick Brauer, he the said W. P Harrison
hath requested that the estate in the said land and slaves, conveyed

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LindseyBourne

The Milton S. Cottrell mentioned on line 17 may be Milton Shepherd Cottrell, who is listed on page 39 of Volume I of the Cottrell-Lashbrook-Brashear-Campbell Family Lineage as being born to Samuel Smith Cottrell and Sarah Warrock Shepherd of Henrico County on 25 Aug 1817, married Ann Elizabeth Cox, also of Henrico County, on 4 Dec 1840, and died 12 July 1900 in Giles, Amelia County, Virginia. Both Milton and his wife Ann are buried in Richmond's Oakwood Cemetery.