Henry's Point by the Sea: At a Court held, in 1635, in Accomac County, it was recorded, Forasmuch as Henry William did make it appear that he had lived on his land twenty years, and did much service for the country, it was certified to the Governor and Council, etc. 2 At a Court held in 1643 in the same County, there was recorded a deed for land granted by Sir John Harvey on February 20, 1639, to Henry Williams because he was an ancient planter in the time of Sir Thomas Dale. Hence Henry's Point development came to being in the early 1980s, whereas we are now offering two home sites, that are contiguous. Cleared on a private road with breezes from the Atlantic.
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