What is WOODWARDS 1231 WORT?

trees. The old books say that a grant of “all his woods” (omnes bosros suos) will passthe laud, as well as the trees growing upon it Co. Litt 4b. See Averitt v. Murrell, 49 N. C.323; Hall v. Cranford, 50 N. C. 3; Achenbach v. Johnston, 84 N. C. 264.

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