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Heirs of Roland McReynolds to John McReynolds - July 24, 1801
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 2, Page 494

This Indenture made the 24th day of July in the year of our Lord 1801 between Joseph McReynolds Leonard McReynolds Robert McReynolds James McReynolds Isaac Williams Jacob Wolf and Mary McReynolds of the State of Virginia and county of Washington of the one part and John McReynolds of the other part Witnesseth that the said Joseph Leonard James Robert & Mary McReynolds Isaac Williams and Jacob Wolf heirs of Roland McReynolds deceased for and in consideration of thirty pounds lawful money to us in hand paid by the said John McReynolds the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted bargained sold and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell unto John McReynolds and his heirs one certain trac or parcel of land containing thirty acres be the same more or less being in the county of Washington on the midle fork Holston river and bounded as followeth to wit Begining at two buckeyes on Andersons Creek near the head of a spring South 26 degrees West 40 poles to buckeye and dogwood near Walkers Creek thence S 45 degrees Est 20 poles to a white oak on the Est side of sd Creek thence S 14 degrees Est to two white oaks and a poplar on the Est side sd Creek thence N 80 degrees Est 30 poles to two hiccories and a black haw on the est side said Creek thence N 50 degrees Est 20 poles to a hiccory and black oak thence N 39 degrees Est 60 poles to a stake on the flat ridge near the old patent line thence N 69 degrees West 83 poles to the Beginning together with its appurtenances thereto belonging to have and to hold the said tract of land with its appurtenances unto the said John McReynolds and his heirs forever and the said Joseph Leonard Robert James and Mary McReynolds and Isaac Williams and Jacob Wolf and their heirs will will forever warrant and defend the said tract of land unto John McReynolds and his heirs against the claim of all persons whatsoever in witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals the day and year above written.

Hugh Cole S.S.
Mary Cole S.S.
Leonard McReynolds S.S.
Isaac Williams S.S.
Sarah Williams S.S.
James McReynolds S.S.
Robert McReynolds S.S.

State of Kentucky to wit

Logan County Clerks Office August 27th 1801 The within deed from Joseph McReynolds Leonard McReynolds Robert McReynolds James McReynolds Isaac Williams Jacob Wolf & Mary McReynolds to John McReynolds was acknowledged by four of the within subscribers to be their act and deed and agreeable to an act of Assembly in that case made provided was admitted to record and accordingly recorded in my office. In testimony whereof I Samuel Caldwell Clerk of the Court for said county of Logan have caused the seal of my office to be affixed this 27th day of August 1801.

Test
S. Caldwell Clk

At a court held for Washington county the 16th day of February 1802. This Indenture of bargain and sale was acknowledged in court by Robert McReynolds and together with the certificate of the acknowledgment thereof by Leonard McReynolds Isaac Williams Sarah Williams and James McReynolds ordered to be recorded.

Attest
D. Campbell D.C.

At a court held for Washington County the 21st day of September 1802. This Indenture of bargain and sale was acknowledged in Court by Hugh Cole and Mary 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 marriages are recorded in Washington Co., VA:
Hugh Cole to Mary McReynolds on 4 March 1802 by William Brundidge
Isaac Williams to Sarah McReynolds on 24 April 1788 by Thomas Woosley]


Jacob Wolf and Eleanor to Thompson McGee - October 17, 1809
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 4, Page 286

This Indenture made this seventeenth day of October in the ear of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nine between Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife of the county of Washington in the State of Virginia of the one part and Thompson McGee of the same place of the other part Witnesseth; that the said Jacob Wolf and Elenor his wife for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand dollars current money to them in hand paid do bargain and sell to the said Thompson McGee and his heirs forever a certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred and sixty three acres lying and being in the County of Washington on a branch of the middle fork of Holston river being the same tract or parcel of land sold & conveyed to the said Jacob Wolf by David Young and Elizabeth his wife by Indenture of bargain & sale bearing date the 23d day of September one thousand seven hundred & ninety eight and of record in Washington County Court except forty seven acres thereof sold & conveyed heretofore to James O.N. Daily with all its appurtenances. To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land to the sole use and behoof of him the said Thompson McGee & his heirs with all its appurtenances unto the said Thompson McGee and his heirs forever And the said Jacob Wolf and Elenor his wife for themselves & their heirs, do covenant with the said Thompson McGee and his heirs, that they the said Jacob Wolf and Elenor his wife and their heirs the said tract or parcel of land with all its appurtenances unto the said Thompson McGee and his heirs against all persons whosoever shall warrant & with forever defend. In Witness whereof the said Jacob Wolf and Elenor his wife have hereunto subscribed their names and affixed their seals the day and year first above written.

Jacob Wolf {Seal}
Elenor Wolf {Seal}

At a court held for Washington County the 17th day of October 1809.
This Indenture of bargain and sale between Jacob Wolf and wife of the one part and Thompson McGee 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 Eleanor Wolf wife of said Jacob Wolf she having been first privily examined as the law directs.

Teste
D. Campbell D.C.


Harold Smyth to Jacob Wolf - June 1, 1819
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 7, Page 62

This Indenture made this first day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nineteen between Harold Smyth Marshal of the Superior Court of Chancery held at Wythe Courthouse of the one part and Jacob Wolf of the county of Washington & State of Virginia of the other part. Witnesseth that whereas by a decretal order of the said Superior Court of Chancery made in the cause therein depending between the said Jacob Wolf plaintiff and Patrick Campbell & others defendants the said Marshal as aforesaid was directed to convey to the said Jacob Wolf plaintiff as aforesaid the land in the bill mentioned with its appurtenances according to the metes and bounds in the copy of the deed filed among the papers in this cause with Special Warranty and it was further ordered and decreed that the said plaintiff Jacob Wolf be forever quieted in the possession thereof. Now therefore be it known that I Harold Smyth Marshal as aforesaid in consideration of the order aforesaid do hereby convey to the said Jacob Wolf plaintiff aforesaid a certain tract or parcel of land lying & being in the county of Washington and adjoining the lands of Jacob Blessing, John Jones & others containing two hundred & fifty eight acres and bounded as follows to wit Beginning at a large sugar maple and dogwood on the South of the river thence S 71 W 19 poles crossing the river in a downward direction to a hiccory on the north side thereof N 67 W 40 poles to a dogwood S 59 W 21 poles to a redoak & whiteoak N 38 W 100 poles to a whiteoak & dogwood N 49 E 29 poles to a large whiteoak & two small sourwoods N 23 E 240 poles to two chesnuts on the top of a ridge N 44 E 86 poles to a blackoak two small poplars & a sourwood S 394 poles crossing the river to the Beginning To have and To hold the said tract or parcel of land against the claim of the said Harold Smyth Marshal as aforesaid with special warranty. In Testimony whereof the said Harold Smyth Marshal as aforesaid hath hereunto set his hand & affixed his seal the day & year first above written.

Harold Smyth S.S.
Marshal Wythe C. D.C.

At a Court held for Washington County the 15th day of June 1819.
This Indenture of bargain & sale between Harold Smyth Marshal of the Wythe Chancery Court of the one part and Jacob Wolf of the other part was acknowledged in court by the said Smyth Marshal as aforesaid as his act and deed and ordered to be recorded.

Teste
Jacob Lynch D.C.


Jacob Wolf and Eleanor to Roland Wolf - November 9, 1821
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 7, Page 441

This Indenture made this ninth day November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty one between Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife of the County of Washington & State of Virginia of the one part and Roland Wolf of said County and State of the other part Witnesseth that the said Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife for and in consideration of the sum of Dollars to them in hand paid before the ensealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof the said Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife doth hereby acknowledge and from every part and parcel thereof doth hereby acquit exonerate and discharge the said Roland Wolf his heirs executors and administrators the said Jacob Wolf and his wife hath granted bargained sold & confirmed and by these presents doth grant bargain & sell and confirm unto the said Roland Wolf his heirs and assigns a certain part of the tract of land the said Jacob Wolf now lives on lying in the County of Washington and State of Virginia on the north side of the middle Fork of Holstein River containing by survey ninety nine acres be the same more or less and bounded as follows to wit Beginning at a stake on John Isoms line and running N 68 W 47 poles to a stake thence due north 286 poles to a chesnut and dogwood on the old line and with the same N 44 E 64 poles to a black oak two small poplars and a sowerwood corner to John Isoms land and with the same due South 328 poles to the first station To have and to hold the above described tract or parcel of land with the appurtenances thereunto belonging to him the said Roland Wolf his heirs and assigns forever and the said Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife will forever warrant and defend the right and Title of the above tract or parcel of land with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging free and clear from the claim or claims of any person or persons whatsoever In Testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals the day and year first above written.

Jacob Wolf S.S.
Eleanor Wolf S.S.

Signed Sealed and
delivered in the presence of us
Henry B. Thompson

At a Court continued and held for Washington County the 22nd day of November 1821 This Indenture of bargain and sale between Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife of the one part and Roland Wolf of the other part was acknowledged in Court by the said Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife as their act and deed she having been first privilly examined as the law directs and ordered to be recorded.

Teste
Jacob Lynch D.C.


Jacob Wolf and Eleanor to Thompson McGahee - November 3, 1821
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 7, page 442

This Indenture made this third day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty one between Jacob Wolf and his wife Eleanor of the County of Washington & State of Virginia of the one part and Thompson McGahee of the said County and State of the other part Witnesseth that the said Jacob Wolf and his wife for and in consideration of the sum of Two thousand dollars current money of the United States to them in hand paid before the sealing and delivering of these presents the receipt whereof the Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife doth hereby acknowledge and from every part and parcel thereof doth hereby acquit exonerate and discharge the said Thompson McGahee his heirs executors and administrators he the said Jacob Wolf and his wife hath granted bargained sold & confirmed and by these presents do grant bargain sell and confirm unto the said Thompson McGahee his heirs and assigns all that part or parcel of land that the said Thompson McGahee now lives on it being part of a tract granted to John Anderson Senr lying and being in the County of Washington and State of Virginia and on the waters of the middle fork of Holstein River containing by survey two hundred and sixty acres be the same more or less and bounded as follows to wit Beginning at a poplar a corner to William Philips land and with the same S 19 E 34 poles to a fallen black oak and standing white oak at the mouth of a lane thence with a line of Laurence Wolf S 60 E 76 poles to two black oaks on a ridge corner to Michael Monahan and with his line S 70 W 137 poles to a large chesnut & two chesnut sprouts on a ridge corner to Peter Steffey and Elias Bishops and with Bishops land N 80 W 42 poles to a white on the south side of a ridge S 69 W 128 poles to a hickory white oak and black oak saplings corner to John Johnston Decd and with his land N 23 W 120 poles to an ash and chesnut grubb thence leaving Johnston land and running with Laurence Wolfs line N 19 E 32 poles to a black oak & poplar N 19 W 82 poles to a black oak and white oak in a field N 9 E 28 poles to a poplar and chesnut sprout thence due East to the first station To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land together with all and singular the buildings improvements wood ways water water courses rights liberties priviledges heridetaments and appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or inn any wise appertaining thereunto to him the said Thompson McGahee his heirs and assigns forever and the said Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife for themselves and their heirs executors and administrators doth hereby covnant grant promise and agree to and with the said Thompson McGahee and his heirs the said tract or parcel of land and premises hereby granted bargained and sold and by every part and parcel thereof with the appurtenances thereunto belonging to him the said Thompson McGahee his heirs and assigns, and the said Jacob Wolf and his wife shall and will forever warrant and defend the right and Title of the above described land free and clear from the claim or claims of any person or persons whatsoever. In Testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals the day and year first herein before written.

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

Signed Sealed and delivered
in the presence of us
Henry B. Thompson

At a Court continued & held for Washington County the 22nd day November 1821 This Indenture of bargain & sale between Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife of the one part and Thompson McGahee of the other part was acknowledged in Court by the said Jacob Wolf & Eleanor his wife as their act and deed she having been first privily examined as the law directs and ordered to be recorded.

Teste
Jacob Lynch D.C.


Jacob Wolf and Eleanor to John Townsend - November 13, 1821
Washington Co., VA - Deed Book 7, Page 443

This Indenture made this thirteenth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty one between Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife of the County of Washington and State of Virginia of the one part and John Townsend of the said County & State of the other part Witnesseth that the said Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife for and in consideration of the sum of fifteen hundred dollars them in hand paid before the sealing and delivering these presents the receipt whereof the said Jacob and Eleanor his wife doth hereby acknowledge and from every part and parcel thereof doth hereby acquit exonerate and discharge the said John Townsend his heirs and executors and administrators he the said Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife have granted bargained sold and confirmed and by these presents do grant bargain sell and confirm unto the said John Townsend his heirs and assigns all that tract or parcel of land lying in the County of Washington and State of Virginia and on both sides of the middle fork of Holstein River containing one hundred and forty nine or fifty acres and bounded as follows (To Wit) Beginning at a sugar maple and dogwood on the south side of the middle fork of Holstein River and runing S 70 W 19 poles crossing the river to a hickory on the north side N 67 W 40 poles to a dogwood S 59 W 21 poles to a red oak and white oak N 38 W 160 poles to a white oak and dogwood N 49 E 29 poles to a large white oak and two small sowerwoods N 23 E 240 poles to two chesnuts on the top of a ridge N 44 E 16 poles to a chesnut and dogwood S 286 poles to a stake in a field S 68 E 47 poles to a stake South 66 poles to the first station To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land together with the buildings and appurtenances and all and singular other the premises hereby bargained and sold or mentioned or intended hereby so to be and every part and parcel thereof with these and every of their appurtenances unto the said John Townsend his heirs and assigns forever and to and for no other use intent or purpose whatsoever and the said Jacob Wolf and his wife for themselves their heirs executors and administrators doth hereby covnant grant promise and agree to and with the said John Townsend his heirs executors administrators or assigns that the said Jacob Wolf and his heirs shall and will hereafter warrant and forever defend the right and title to the above described land free and clear from all claim or claims of any person or persons whatsoever. In Testimony whereof we have subscribed our names and affixed our seals the day and year first above written.

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

Signed Sealed and delivered
in the presence of us
Henry B. Thompson

At a Court continued and held for Washington County the 22nd day of November 1821 This Indenture of bargain and sale between Jacob Wolf and his wife Eleanor of the one part and John Townsend of the other part was acknowledged in Court by the said Jacob Wolf and Eleanor his wife as their act and deed she having been first privily examined as the law directs and ordered to be recorded.

Teste
Jacob Lynch D.C.


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