1 April 1680 Edward Hatcher, son of William Hatcher,
of Varina Parish, Henrico Co., dec’d, to Benjamin Hatcher
, son of said William Hatcher, for sake of quiet and peaceable settlement of estate left by their father and to avoid future suits and quarrels, confer each to the other 1/2 of personal estate left by their father. Edward grants to Benjamin 200 acres of land at Varina, lately in occupation of said William, and one tract called “Pigg in the Bole” in same county, near land of Thomas Holmes, 100 acres; also one tract called “Turkey Island”, 150 acres. Benjamin confirms to Edward a tract known as “Necke of Land”, 400 acres; also one plantation between Gilbert Elam and Henry Lound, 250 acres, lately in occupation of Thomas Wood.
Wit: Tho. Cocke, Richard Cocke, Sr.
Signed: Edward (EH) Hatcher
p.129 – Identical deed of same date, signed: Ben Hatcher
Compiled by Benjamin B Weisinger III, p.127