Milam Court Records
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1.  Tazewell County, Virginia  Deed Book 1, Page 446
Know all men by these presents that we, William Fletcher, Joshua Day, Edward Milam, James Milam, Henry Pruitt, Aron Fletcher of Tazwell County and State of Virginia do by these presents make, ordain, Constitute, and appoint, Lewis Milam of the County and State aforesaid, Our true and lawfull Attorney, for us and in Our names, to ask, Sue for, recover, and receive, all the money his Father, James Milam - decd. hid, & found by Mr. Lewis's son, on the plantation whare he died, in Pittsylvania County, hereby ratifying and confirming whatsoever our said Attorney shall Lawfully do in the premises, as fully and effectually to all intents and purposes as if we, ourselves, were personally present.

Given under our hands and seals this 26th day of June 1810
William Fletcher  {seal}  Joshua Day  {seal}  his Edward + Milam  {seal}  mark Aron Fletcher  {seal}  his Henry + Pruitt  {seal} mark James Milam  {seal}

2.  Dinwiddie County, Virginia Deed Book 6, page 579
Indenture made the 27th day of November, 1760, between Richard LEDBETTER and Hannah, his wife, of Dinwiddie County, parties of the first part, and John WILLIAMS, on consideration of the like quantity of land, conveying 99 acres, adjoining Little Jenito Creek and Long Meadow Branch, and being a part of a tract granted to Richard LEDBETTER by Patent dated September 10, 1755. Signed by Richard LEDBETTER (his mark) and Hannah LEDBETTER (her mark). Witnesses were Charles FLOYD, William BRIANT, and Adam MILAM. Indenture was proved by the oaths of the witnesses in Court on January 26, 1761.

3.  From:  AAMM2@home.com
Stewart Co., Tennessee
Document that the heirs of James Milam signed in court 14 Feb 1817, sharing his estate with his illegitimate daughter Lucy, who married Daniel Pegram (c1779-1819), son of Daniel Pegram (b. c1742) and Agnes Jones. Her mother is unknown. The document header reads:

Pg. 162
Milam Heirs to Lucy Pegrim

State of Tennessee, County of Stewart, Know ye when and may we the undersigned subscribers being jointly heirs of the estate of James Milam deceased late of the county aforesaid do agree that our illegitimate sister Lucy Pegrim shall become a lawful heir with us in the estate of our Father the said James Milam deceased and that she is and shall in all points be justly entitled to an equal part of the said estate and we hereby consider her the said Lucy justly entitled to an equal part with us of the said estate which we agree she shall receive and no part be retained from her the said Lucy (illegible) shall be delivered to her when a division of the said estate shall take place Given under our hands this 14 day of Feb, 1817.

Testee: 
William Dowdy 
James G. Dowdy

(Signed) John Milam 
Elam his X mark Milam 
Adam Milam 
Uriah Tomlinson
(Elam Milam died in 1817 and his wife Frances cosigned the quit claim deed on the estate.)