Here is the transcription of James Winborn's Probated property division in Northampton, NC. I am most interested in find more information about the Thomas Jefferson named in Lot #7. Who is he and who are his children.
Film # 2.363.616Land division Item 1062 Persuant to the on nent order J.W Langford ( cant see folded corner) of Jas H Woodof attended by Joyner Boone,Hewitt Grant, William Jackson Comm and Harred Faison County Surveyorhave met on the premises of James Winborn Sr. on the 18th day of October 1800 & twenty seven and after being duly qualified have divided the land of said dec’d as follows, viz,
Lot No.1valued at $132.75 was drawn by Winney Winbornwidow of Steven Winborn dec’d as guardian for Charloty Winborn and receives of No 2 $22.12 1/2.
LotNo. 2 valued at $295 drawn by James Winborn and pays No. 1 $22.12 1/2; No. 4 $36.87 1/2; pays No. 5 $7.37 1/2; pays No. 7 $36.87 1/2; pays No. 8 $36.87 1/2.
Lot No. 3 valued at $162.25 drawn by John Winborn and pays No 5 $7.37 1/2.
Lot No. 4 valued at $118.00 drawn by Lydia Winborn and received of No. 2 $36.87 1/2.
Lot #5 Valued at $232.75 drawn by Eli and Temperance Winborn heirs of Elias Winborn dec’d receives of No 2 $7.37 1/2; receives of No. 3 $7.37 1/2; receives of No. 6 Receives $7.37 1/2.
Lot # 6 valued at $162.25 drawn by James Stevens assignee of David Winborn and pays No. 5 $7.37 1/2.
Lot #7 valued at $118.00 drawn by Thomas Jefferson in right of his wife Elizabeth dec’d and receives of No. #2 $36.87 1/2.
Lot #8 valued at $118.00 was drawn by Josiah Leek in right of his wife Rebecca dec’d and receives of No. 3 $36.87 1/2.
TheCourses distenses and number of acres will appear by Harred Faisonassessment plot and certificate . Given under(page corner folded.) Seals the day and date above ?????. Joyner BooneSeal Hewitt GrantSeal William Jackson