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Thanks to Riley Goodin for his help in transcribing the following deed.

To George Goodman from Jacob Goodman and William & Catherine Sitzer
October 15, 1808 - Washington Co., VA

This Indenture made the fifteenth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eight between Jacob Goodman of Washington county in the Commonwealth of Virginia and William Sitzer of Sullivan County and state of Tennessee and Catharine his wife the said Jacob Goodman and Catherine Sitzer being children and coheirs of Jacob Goodman late of Washington county aforesaid Deceased who died intestate of the one part and George Goodman of said Washington county another son and heir of said Deceased of the other part. Whereas the said Jacob Goodman deceased in his life time was seized in his demesne as of fee of in and to two certain contiguous tracts pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being in the county of Washington aforesaid on the head waters of Beaver Creek a branch of Holston River and the one of them bounded and described as followeth to wit. Begining at four white oak saplings in a hollow at the east end of a brushy ridge and running thence North nine degrees West one hundred and fifty four poles crossing Fulkerson's spring branch to a triple white oak by the same North thirty seven degrees West one hundred poles to a hickory sapling and two white oaks West eighty five poles to three small white oaks at the foot of a naked hill South twenty seven degrees West 100 poles to a hickory sapling and two white oaks West 85 poles to three small white oaks & the foot of a naked hill West sixty eight poles to three red oaks on the end of a ridge, South fifty degrees West one hundred and eighty seven poles to two white oaks corner to James Fulkerson's land and at the foot of the brushy ridge thence South eighty four degrees East three hundred and forty four poles along said ridge to the Beginning. Containing three hundred acres (It being the tract granted to said Jacob Goodman as assignee of Abraham Fulkerson who was a assignee of Edward Callaham by patent bearing date the first day of September in the year of our Lord 1785) the other of them Beginning at three small white oaks a corner to the above described tract of land and running thence Southseventy eight degrees West one hundred and two poles to a white oak and black oak in a hollow South forty eight degrees West eighty poles to three white oaks on the bank of a sink hole South six degrees West one hundred and eight poles to two white oaks a corner of the above described tract of land and with the lines thereof North fifty degrees East one hundred and eighty seven poles to three red oaks at the end of a ridge North twenty one degrees East sixty eight poles to the Beginning. Containing eighty four acres (It being the tract granted to the said Jacob Goodman by patent bearing date the fouteenth day of September in the year of our Lord 1792. Now this Indenture Witnesseth that the said Jacob Goodman and William Sitzer and Catharine his wife for and in consideration of the sum of eighty dollars in specie to them well and truly in hand paid by the above said George Goodman at and before the ensealing and delivery hereof the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have granted bargained sold aliened enfeoffed released and confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell alien enfeoff release and confirm unto the said George Goodman and to his heirs and assigns all their the said Jacob Goodman's and William Sitzer's (in right of his wife Catharine) parts shares dividends or portions of in to or out of the above two described contiguous tracts pieces or parcels of land together with their or either of their respective appurtenances. To have and to hold their the said Jacob Goodman's and William Sitzer's (in right of his wife Catharine) parts shares dividends or portions to the said above described tracts pieces or parcels of land with the appurtenances unto the said George Goodman his heirs and assigns To the only propper use and behoof of him the said George Goodman his heirs and assigns forever. And they the said Jacob Goodman and William Sitzer and Catharine his wife do covenant promise and grant to and with the said George Goodman his heirs and assigns by these presents that they the said Jacob Goodman and William Sitzer and Catharine his wife and their heirs respectively to the above described two contiguous tracts, pieces, or parcels of land their parts, shares, dividends or portions therein, together with the appurtenances, against them the said Jacob Goodman and William Sitzer and Catharine his wife and their heirs respectively and against all and every other person or persons whosoever lawfully claiming or to claim by from or under them or any of them shall & will warrant and forever defend by these presents. In Witness whereof they the said Jacob Goodman and William Sitzer and Catharine his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals. Dated the day and year first above written.

Sealed and Delivered

Jacob his X mark Goodman [Seal]

in the presence of

[Seal]

Adam Flener

[Seal]

Martin Gowing

Benjn Spyker

At a Court held for Washington county the 20th day of December 1808.

This Indenture of bargain and sale was proven in court by the oaths of Adam Fleener and Martin Gowing two of the witnesses thereto as to the execution thereof by Jacob Goodman and at a court held for the said county the 23rd day of February 1809 It was further proven by Benjamin Spyker a witnesses thereto & ordered to be recorded.


Thanks to Riley Goodin for his help in transcribing the following deed.

To George Goodman from Philip Goodman
November 7, 1820 - Washington Co., VA

This Indenture made on the seventh day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty Between Philip Goodman of Hardin County, Kentucky and George Goodman of Washington County in the state of Virginia being both sons of Jacob Goodman decesed in said washington who died intestate. Whereas the said Jacob Goodman dec'd in his lifetime was seized in his demesne as of fee, of in, & to two certain contiguous tracts pieces or parcels of land situate, lying and being in the county of Washington aforesaid on the head waters of Beaver Creek a branch of Holstein River, and one of them bounded and described as followeth, Viz, Beginning at four white oak saplings in a hollow at the east end of a bushy ridge and running thence North nine degrees West one hundred poles to a hickory sapling & two white oaks West eighty five poles to three small white oaks at the foot of a naked hill. South twenty one degrees West sixty eight poles to three red oaks on the end of a ridge South fifty degrees West one hundred & eighty seven poles to two white oaks corner to James Fulkersons land and at the foot of the brushy ridge thence South eighty four degrees East three hundred and forty four poles along said ridge to the Beginning. Containing three hundred acres it being the tract granted to the said Jacob Goodman as assignee of Abraham Fulkerson who was assignee of Edward Callahan by patent bearing date the first day of of September in the year of our Lord 1785. The other of them. Beginning at three small oaks a corner to the above described tract of land & running thence South seventy eight degrees West one hundred and two poles to three white oak and black oak in a hollow, South forty eight degrees West eighty poles to a white oak and on the bank of a sink hole South six degrees West one hundred & eighty poles to two white oaks a corner of the above described tract of land & with the lines thereof North fifty degrees East one hundred & eighty seven poles to three red oaks on the end of a ridge, North twenty one degrees East sixty eight poles to the Beginning. Containing eighty four acres. It being the tract granted to the said Jacob Goodman by patent bearing date the fourteenth day of September in the year of our Lord seventeen hundred and ninety two. Now This Indenture Witnesseth that the said Philip Goodman for & in consideration of the sum of seventy pounds in specie to him well & truly in hand paid by the said George Goodman on and before the ensealing and delivery hereof, the receipt whereof & the said Philip Goodman do hereby acknowledge to have granted bargained sold aliend enfeessed released and consined and by their presents do grant bargain sell alien enfeeoff release & consine unto the said George Goodman and to his heirs and assigns all my part share dividend or portion of in or out of the above two described contiguous tracts pieces or parcels of land together with either of their respective appartenances To have and To hold their the said Philip Goodman his heirs or assigns to the only proper use & behoof of them the said George Goodman his heirs or assigns forever and the said Philip Goodman does covenant promise and grant to and with George Goodman his heirs and assigns by these presents that I the said Philip Goodman & heirs and assigns do respectfully to the above described two contiguous tracts or parcels of land their part share dividends or portion therein together with the appurtenances against them the said Philip Goodman & his heirs respectfully and against all & every other person or persons whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim by from or under the said Philip or his heirs and they shall Warrant and forever defend by these presents In Witness whereof I the said Philip Goodman have hereunto set my hand and seal dated the day & year first mentioned.

sealed & delivered in the presence of

Philip his X mark Goodman SS

Peter Minnech, Jacob Goodman

Daniel Kaylor, Thos Fulkerson

This Indenture of bargain & sale between Philip Goodman of the one part and George Goodman of the other part was proved in the Clerks Office of Washington County on this twentieth day of February 1821 before Jacob Lynch deputy Clerk of the said county by the oath of Peter Minnech, Daniel Kaylor, and Thomas Fulkerson three of the witnesses thereto to be the act and deed of said Philip and ordered to be recorded.

Teste

Jacob Lynch DC


Thanks to Riley Goodin for his help in transcribing the following survey.

Jacob Goodman's survey
October 16, 1787 - Washington Co., VA

Surveyed for Jacob Goodman Eighty four acres of land in Washington County by virtue of Virginia Land Office Preemption Warrant dated the 21st day of February 1783 and No. 2387 lying on the waters of Beaver Creek a branch of Holstein River. Beginning at three small white oaks corner to the land he lives on and running thence; S78 W102 poles to a white oak and black oak in a hollow; S48 W80 poles to three white oaks on the bank of a sink hole; S6 W108 poles to two white oaks corner to said land & with the lines thereof; N50 E187 poles to three red oaks on the end of a ridge; N21 E68 poles to the Beginning.

Octr ye 16th 1787

Robert Preston, SWC


Bill of Sale from Joseph Goodman to Lawrence Wolfe
January 19, 1830 - Washington Co., VA

Jany the 19th 1830
Mr. Lawrence Wolf
Bought of Joseph Goodman

1 Sett of Blacksmith's Tools at

1 Breeding Mare

2 Cows

50 head of Swine

20 Geese & 1 Truck waggon

6 Beds with the Bed clothes

3 Setts Table Furniture

Two Setts Cooking furniture

1 Large wash pot

1 20 Gallon Kettle

1 Rifle Gun

1 Weaver's Loom

1 Large Clothes Chest

1 Man's Saddle

1 Womans Saddle

1 Sett Kitchen Chairs

1 Table & 1 spinning wheel

1000 Bushels Charcoal

$500

$50.00

8.00

8.00

11.50

12.00

1.50

1.00

.50

1.00

5.00

2.00

.50

3.00

2.50

1.00

1.75

$20.00

I hereby Certify that the above Bill of sale for the above mentioned articles is correct and I do hereby relinquish all of my right & title claim & interest forever to each & every one of the above mentioned articles as witness my hand and seal this the day above written.

Teste
Thompson McGhee
Sampson his X mark Wolf

Joseph Goodman [Seal]

This Bill of Sale from Joseph Goodman to Lawrence Wolf was acknowledged in the Clerks Office of Washington County on this 17th day of February 1830 before David Campbell Clerk of said county by the said Goodman as his act and deed and ordered to be recorded.

Teste

D Campbell CWC


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