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John and Ann Scott to Jacob Wolf - December 16, 1794
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 1, Page 415

This Indenture made the sixteenth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety four between John Scott and Ann his wife of the one part, and Jacob Wolf of the other part both in the county of Washington and Commonwealth of Virginia, Witnesseth that the said John Scott and Ann his wife for and in consideration of the sum of 75 pounds current money of Virginia the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge the said John Scott hath Granted, bargained and sold, and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell to the said Jacob Wolf and his heirs one certain Tract or parcel of land containing eighty one acres, be the same more or less, lying in the county of Washington on the North side of the middle fork of Holstein River, being part of four hundred acres Granted to the said John Scott by patent bearing date on the twentieth day of June 1785 and of the Commonwealth the ninth, bounded as followeth, to wit, being on the North side of the middle fork of Holstein River, Beginning on a black oak and white oak on the old patent line thence with Isaac Williams line South eighty degrees west one hundred and twenty eight poles to a black oak and white oak a corner between John Orr and the said Jacob Wolf and with a line of the fence North seventy one degrees west one hundred and sixteen poles to a black oak and white oak on Francis Kincannons land and with his line North seventy seven degrees East one hundred and twenty poles to two black oaks North thirty eight East thirty four poles to two black oaks and white oak North eleven East sixty four poles to two black oaks thence South thirty four degrees East one hundred and fifty two poles to the Beginning with its appurtenances, To Have and To Hold the said Tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances to the said Jacob Wolf and his heirs forever. And the said John Scott and Ann his wife and their heirs will forever warrant and defend the said Tract or parcel of land with its appurtenances to the said Jacob Wolf and his heirs against the claims of all persons whosoever. In Witness whereof the said John Scott and Ann his wife hath subscribed their names and affixed their seals the day and year above written.

John Scott S.S.
Ann Scott S.S.

At a Court held for Washington county the 21st day of July 1795 This Indenture of Bargain and Sale was acknowledged by the said John Scott and ordered to be Recorded.
At a Court held for the said county the 20th day of February 1798 it was acknowledged by the above named Ann Scott she having been first privily examined as the Law directs.

Test
Andrew Russell D.C.


Jacob and Elenor Wolf to Matthew Longwell - February 20, 1798
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 2, Page 31

This Indenture made this twentieth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight between Jacob Wolf and Elenor his wife of the one part and Matthew Longwell of the other part both in the county of Washington and Commonwealth of Virginia Witnesseth that the said Jacob Wolf and his wife Elenor for and in consideration of the sum of 100 pounds current money of Virginia the receipt where they do acknowledge the said Jacob Wolf hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth bargain and sell to the said Matthew Longwell and his heirs one certain tract or parcell of land containing eighty one acres be the same more or less lying in the county of Washington on the North side of the middle fork of Holstein river being part of four hundred acres Granted to John Scott by pattent bearing date on the twentieth day of June 1785 and of the Commonwealth the ninth Bounded as followeth to wit being on the North side of the Middle fork of Holstein river Beginning on a black oak and white oak on the old pattent line thence with Isaac Williams line South eighty degrees West one hundred and twenty eight poles to a black oak and white a corner between John Orr and the said Jacob Wolf and with a line of the same North twenty one degrees West one hundred and sixteen poles to a black oak and white oak on Frans Kincannons land and with his line North seventy seven degrees east one hundred and twenty poles to two black oaks North thirty eight east thirty four poles to two black oaks and white oak North eleven East sixty four poles to two black oaks thence South thirty four degrees East one hundred and fifty two poles to the Beginning with its appurtenances To Have And To Hold the said tract or parcel of land with all its appurtenances to the said Mathew Longwell and his heirs forever. And the said Jacob Wolf and Elenor his wife and their heirs will forever warrant and defend the said tract or parcel of land with all its appurtenances to the said Matthew Longwell and his heirs against the claims of all persons whatsoever. In Witness whereof the said Jacob Wolf and Elenor his wife doth subscribe their name and affixed their seals the day and year above written.

Jacob Wolf S.S.
Elen Wolf S.S.


Jacob and Elenor Wolf to James O'Neal Dailey - April 1, 1799
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 2, Page 279

This Indenture made the first day of April one thousand seven hundred & ninety nine between Jacob Wolf and Elenor his wife of the county of Washington in the State of Virginia of the one part & James O'Neal Daily of the county and State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth That the said Jacob Wolf and Elenor his wife for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred dollars current money of the United States to them in hand paid do bargain and sell unto the said James O'Neal Dailey and his heirs one certain Tract or parcel of land containing forty three acres be the same more or less lying and being in Washington county on the waters of the Middle Fork of Holstein River being part of the tract of land the said Wolf now lives on Beginning on a chesnut and poplar in the pattent line thence North six degrees East one hundred and thirty poles to two black oak sapplins in the pattent line and with the same South fifty seven degrees East seventy two poles to two white oaks & black South twenty eight degrees East fifty two poles to a white oak ellum and dogwood corner to John Hibban & Samuel Crow & with Crows line South sixty six degrees West one hundred & six poles to the Beginning with all its appurtenances to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land with all its appurtenances unto the said James O.N. Dailey & his heirs to the sole use and behoof of him the said James O.N. Daily & his Heirs forever. And the said Jacob Wolf and Elenor his wife for themselves and their heirs do covenant with the said James O.N. Daily & his Heirs that the the said Jacob Wolf and Elenor his wife & their heirs the said Tract or parcle of land with all its appurtenances unto the said James O.N. Daily & his Heirs against the claims of all persons whosoever shall warrant and will forever defend. In Witness whereof the said Jacob Wolf and Elenor his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.

Jacob Wolf S.S.
Eleanor her X mark Wolf S.S.

The Commonwealth of Virginia to William King and James White Gentlemen greeting
Whereas Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife by their certain Indenture of bargain and sale bearing date the first day of April one thousand seven hundred and ninety nine have sold and conveyed unto James O'Neil Dailey forty three acres of land with the appurtenances lying and being in the County of Washington and whereas the said Elenor cannot conveniently travel to our said county court of Washington to make acknowledgement of the said conveyance Therefore we do give unto you or any two or more of you power to receive the acknowledgement which the said Elenor shall be willing to make before you of the conveyance aforesaid contained in the said Indenture which is hereto annexed and we do therefore command you that you do personally go to the said Ellenor and receive her acknowledgement of the same and examine her privily and apart from the said Jacob Wolf her husband whether she doth the same willingly and voluntarily without his persuasions and threats and whether she be willing that the same should be recorded in our County Court of Washington aforesaid and when you have received her acknowledgement and examined her as aforesaid that you distinctly and openly certify us thereof in our said court under your seals sending then there the said Indenture and this writ.
Witness John Campbell Clerk of our said court at the courthouse this 28th day of May 1800 in the 24th year of our foundation.

Andrew Russell D.C.

Washington County to wit.

Pursuant to the above commission to us directed we have proceeded to examine Elenor Wolf wife of Jacob Wolf privily and apart from the said Jacob Wolf her husband and do hereby certify the said Court that the said Elenor Wolf did in our presence declare that she willingly signed and sealed the writing hereunto annexed which was then shown and explained unto her by us and consented that the same should be recorded given under our hands and seals this 28th day of May 1800.

William King S.S.
James White S.S.

At a court held for Washington county the 20th day of May 1800.
An Indenture of bargain and sale between Jacob Wolf and wife of the one part and James Oneal Daily of the other part was acknowledged in Court by the within named Jacob Wolf and ordered to be recorded.

Attest
Andrew Russell D.C.


James and Fairlaney Wheeler to Jacob Wolf - August 19, 1805
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 3, Page 383

This Indenture made this 19th day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and five between James Wheeler and Fairlaney his wife of the State of Virginia and County of Washington of the one part and Jacob Wolf of the County and State aforesaid of the other Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand and forty six dollars feadrel money to the sd James Wheeler in hand paid by the sd Wolf at and before the sealing and delivery of thees presents, the recept and payment whareof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained granted sold aleined enfeofed conveyed and confirmed and by thees presents doth bargain grant sell aline enfeoff convey and confirm unto the sd Jacob Wolf his heirs and assigns forever one scertain trac or percel of land in sd County of Washington. Begining at a bunch of chesnut sprouts and white oak corner to James Jayne thence with his line N 88 degrees W 76 poles to two white oaks thence S 18 degrees W 42 poles on John Hibonses line to three white oaks thence S 52 degrees W 52 poles to two white oaks thence S 34 degrees E 22 poles to a white oak thence S 98 degrees E 22 poles to a white oak in Crows line thence S 75 degrees E 40 poles to a black oak thence S 8 degrees W 36 poles to a white oak thence S 83 degrees E with John Byars line 78 poles to two white oaks in a cink hole in Tates line thence N 62 degrees E 96 poles to two white oaks thence N 17 degrees E 120 poles to a locoust thence S 30 degrees W 103 poles to two white oaks and spanish oak thence S 20 degrees W 34 poles to the begining containing one hundred and eighty five acres of land be the same more or less with its appurtenences situate laying and being as aforesaid with their and every of their rights titles members and appurtenences whatsoever of all and singular the lands tenements heriditaments and premises hereby granted or intended to be granted with every part and percel thereoff To have and to hold the sd lands tenements heriditaments and premises with its appurtenences to the sd Jacob Wolf his heirs and assigns forever. And the sd James Wheeler and Fairleany his wife for themselves their heirs executors and administrators shall and will at all times warrent and forever defend the sd premises unto the sd Jacob Wolf his heirs and assigns against all lawful claimes or demands whatsoever whareby the above mentined premises mite or may be effected or incumbred contrary to the true intent and meaning of thees presents. In Witness whareof the sd James Wheeler and Fairleany his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year above writen.

James Wheeler {Seal}
Fearleanea her X mark Wheeler {Seal}

Signed Sealed and delivered in the presents of

John Willson

Aron his X mark Grigsby

Christopher his X mark Miller

At a court held for Washington County the 20th day of August 1805.

This Indenture of bargain and sale was acknowledged in Court by the above named James Wheeler and ordered to be recorded. And at a Court held for the said County the 18th day of September 1805 It was acknowledged in Court by the above named Fearleanea Wheeler she having been first privily examined as the law directs.

Attest
D. Campbell D.C.

[Note that the following marriage is recorded in Washington Co., VA:
James Wheeler to Fairleanah Harrison (no date) by Nicholas Reagan]


James and Barbara Jayne to Jacob Wolf - October 15, 1805
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 3, Page 411

This Indenture made this 15th day of October one thousand eight hundred and five between James Jayne and Barbara his wife of the State of Virginia and Lee County of the one part and Jacob Wolf of Washington County and State aforesaid of the other Witnesseth that for and in consideration of two hundred and sixty six dollars lawful money to the sd James Jayne in hand paid by the said Jacob Wolf at and before the sealing and delivery of thees presents the recept and payment whareof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained granted sold aliened enfeoffed conveyed and confirmed and by these presents doth bargain grant sell alien enfeoff an confirm unto the said Jacob Wolf his heirs and assigns forever one scertain trac or percel of land in said County situate in maner and form as followeth viz laying on a branch of hongers mother Beginning at a white oak and sowrwood stumps on the north side of sd branch thence S 47 d E 68 poles to a hickorey and sourwood thence S 5 d W 76 poles to a white oak and sourwood thence S 60 d W with Tates line 44 poles to a white and black oak corner thence with Tates line S 30 d W 31 poles to a bunch of chesnut sprouts and white oak thence N 88 d W 76 poles to two white oaks thence N 18 d E 70 poles to three white oaks thence N 30 d W 6 poles to a white oak and hickory thence N 50 d E 66 poles to a white hickory & witch hazel by the side of a branch thence N 27 W 10 poles to two red oak bushes thence N 37 d E 48 poles to a white and red oak saplins thence S 22 d E 5 poles to the beginning containing one hundred acres of land be the same more or less with its appurtanene cituate laying and being as aforesd with every of their rites titles profits and advantages belonging or appurtaining to them To have and to hold forever. And the sd James Jayne and Barbary his wife for themselves their heirs executors and administrators shall and will at all times warrent and defend the above mentioned premises from all lawfull demands or incumbrences of all persons whatsoever whereby the above mentioned premisses mite or may be effected contrary to the true intent and meaning of thees presents. In Witness whereof the sd James Jayne and Barbary his wife hath hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year above writen.

James Jayne {Seal}
Barbara Jayne {Seal}

At a Court held for Washington County the 15th day of October 1805

This Indenture of bargain and sale was acknowledged in Court by the above named James Jayne & Barbara his wife she having been first privily examined as the law directs and ordered to be recorded.

Attest
D. Campbell D.C.

[Note that the following marriage is recorded in Washington Co., VA:
James Jayne to Barbara Wilson (no date) by Charles Hardy]


Jacob and Allen Wolf to John Wheeler - January 16, 1810
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 4, Page 279

This Indenture made the sixteenth of January one thousand eight hundred and ten between Jacob Wolf and Allen his wife of the County of Washington and State of Virginia of the one part and John Wheeler of said County of the other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of two hundred dollars to the said Jacob Wolf in hand paid by the said John Wheeler hath granted bargained and sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell unto the said John Wheeler one certain tract or parcel of land lying on a branch of Hungers Mother Beginning at a red oak sapling on the North side of said branch thence South forty seven degrees East 68 poles to a hickory and sowerwood thence South 5 West 76 poles to a white oak and sowerwood thence South 60 degrees West with Haybons line 44 poles to a white and black oak corner thence South 30 degrees West 31 poles to a bunch of chesnut sprouts and white oak thence North 88 degrees West 76 poles to two white oaks thence North 18 degrees East 70 poles to three white oaks thence N 30 degrees West 6 poles to a white oak and hickory thence North 50 degrees East 66 poles to a white hickory & rich hazel by the side of a branch thence North 27 degrees West 10 poles to two black oak bushes thence North 37 degrees East 48 poles to a white oak and red oak saplings thence South 22 degrees East 5 poles to the Beginning containing one hundred acres of land be the same more or less with all its appurtenances the said Jacob Wolf & Allen his wife will forever warrant and defend to the said John Wheeler and his heirs from the claim or claims of all person or persons whomsoever. In Witness whereof the said Jacob Wolf & Allen his wife hath hereunto set their hands & seals the day above written.

Jacob Wolf {Seal}
Allen Wolf {Seal}

At a Court held for Washington County the 16th day of January 1810.

This Indenture of bargain & sale between John Wolf & wife of the one part and John Wheeler of the other part was acknowledged in Court by the said Wolf and ordered to be recorded And at a Court held Washington County the 20th day day February 1810 it was acknowledged in Court by Allen Wolf wife of said John Wolf she having been first privily examined as the law directs.

Teste
D. Campbell D.C.


Jacob and Allen Wolf to John Wheeler - January 16, 1810
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 4, Page 280

This Indenture made the sixteenth day of January one thousand eight hundred and ten between Jacob Wolf and Allen his wife of the County of Washington and State of Virginia of the one part and John Wheeler of said County of the other part, Witnesseth that for and in consideration of two hundred and fifty dollars to the said Jacob Wolf in hand paid by the said John Wheeler hath granted bargained & sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell unto the said John Wheeler one certain tract or parcel of land laying in Washington County Beginning at a bunch of chesnut sprouts and white oak corner to James Jayne thence with his line North 88 degrees West 76 poles to two white oaks thence South 18 degrees West 42 poles on John Hibbens line to three white oaks thence South 52 degrees West 52 poles to two white oaks thence South 34 degrees East 22 poles to a white oak thence S 28 degrees East 22 poles to a white oak in Crows line thence South 75 degrees East 40 poles to a black oak thence South 8 degrees West 36 poles to a white oak thence South 83 degrees East with John Byar's line 78 poles to two white oaks in a sink hole in Tates line thence North 62 degrees East 96 poles to two white oaks thence North 17 degrees East 120 poles to a locust thence South 30 degrees West 103 poles to two white oaks and spanish oak thence South 20 degrees West 34 poles to the Beginning containing one hundred and eighty five acres of land be the same more or less with all its appurtenances the said Jacob Wolf and Allen his wife will forever warrant and defend to the said John Wheeler & his heirs from the claim or claims of all persons whomsoever. In Witness whereof the said Jacob Wolf and Allen his wife hereunto set their hands and seals the day above written.

Jacob Wolf {Seal}
Allen Wolf {Seal}

At a Court held for Washington County the 16th day of January 1810.

This Indenture of bargain and sale between John Wolf and wife of the one part & John Wheeler of the other part was acknowledged in Court by the said Wolf and ordered to be recorded. And at a Court held for Washington County the 20th day of February 1810 it was acknowledged in Court by Allen Wolf wife of said John Wolf she having been first privily examined as the law directs.

Teste
D. Campbell D.C.


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