Hardy County Land Documents

Land sale of William and Barbary Wilson to Cyrus Hutton and Job W. Hutton, 1841
This document was transcribed by Chuck Swanson from the original records. Material illegible or difficult to read is shown in brackets [ ].
This indenture made the 27 day of July 1841 between William Wilson & Barbary his wife of the County of Hardy and the State of Virginia of the one part, and Cyrus Hutton and Job W. Hutton of the County and State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth: That the same William Wilson and Barbary his wife for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and sixty five dollars, current money of the United States unto them in hand by the said Cyrus Hutton and Job W. Hutton at or before the sealing and [achiasy?] here off the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted, sold, [aliened?], [infaefft?], released and confirmed, and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, [alien?], [enfaoff?] and confirm unto the said Cyrus Hutton and Job W. Hutton, their heirs and assigns assign a certain tract or parcel of land containing three hundred forty seven acres situated in Hardy County adjoining Daniel McNeill, Peter Hutton and Bishop on the South side of Black Oak Ridge & west side of the south fork of Patterson's Creek bounded as follows Viz. Beginning at a pine and chesnut oak on a ridge corner to McNeill, thence with or near his line S84-E24 (**E240) poles to two pines, two hickories & white oak. N12-E59 poles to a hickory & pine in Peter Huttons line near a lick, thence with his line N70"46' (**40') W90 poles to two white oak in a hollow N25-E90 poles to a chesnut oak, red oak & pine bearing said line N74-W125 (**W135) poles to two chesnut oak & pine on a ridge S40-W57 poles to five pines N77-W39 poles to a white oak and chesnut oak S42-W188 poles to a pine and chesnut oak near the top of a ridge, S22 1/2-W96 poles to a black oak and hickory in Bishops line, with said line S84-E164 poles to two white oaks in McNeill line, with the same N28 1/2-E100 poles to the Beginning with its appurtenances, together with all and singular the rights, improvements, [????] & appurtenances whatsoever there belonging and the revisions and remainders, rents, issues and profits there off - To have and to hold all the singular the premises with the appurtenances hereby granted unto the said Cyrus Hutton & Job W. Hutton their heirs and assigns to the only proper use and behoof of the said Cyrus and Job W. Hutton their heirs and assigns forever - And the said William Wilson and Barbary hereby [covenant?] for themselves and their heirs that they are seized of good and indefeasible estate of Inheritance in the premises and that they have good right to convey the same to the said Cyrus Hutton & Job W. Hutton in manner aforsaid -

And lastly that the said William Wilson & Barbary his wife and their heirs all and singular the premises hereby granted with theirappurtances unto the said Cyrus Hutton and Job W. Hutton their heirs and assigns against the said William Wilson & Barbary his wife and all and every other personshall covenant and forever defend by these presents

In testimony whereof the said William Wilson & Barbary his wife have here unto at their hands and seals the day and year first above written.
Sealed and delivered in presence of
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William Wilson (seal)
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Barbary Wilson (seal)
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