Lewis Dunn and his wife, Rachel, entered into an agreement on the 8 February

1821 with Lewis Dunn, Jr. and his wife, Amy, for the property located in

Hampshire County, Virginia.

 

DEED BOOK, 31-32 PAGE 110-111.

This indenture made the 21th day of November 1834 between Rachel Dunn, widow

and relic of Lewis Dunn, dec'd, Lewis Dunn and Amey, his wife, William Dunn

and Anna, his wife, Thomas Beall and Massey, his wife and Ephraim Dunn,

attorney for Sarah Hill of the one part and Thomas Dunn, Junr. of the other

part, witnesses: that for and in consideration of the sum of Seventy five

dollars to them in hand paid by the said Thomas Dunn, Jr. on or before the

sealing and delivery of those presents the .... whereas is hereby acknowledged

they the said parties of the first part have bargained and sold and by these

presents do bargain and sell unto the said Thomas Dunn, Jr. all their right

and title to a certain lot of ground in the town of Frankfort in this county

of Hampshire, Virginia known in the plaat of said town as a lot formerly owned

by Lewis Dunn, dec'd. Land Rachel Dunn being widow and Lewis Dunn, Anna Dunn,

wife of William Dunn, Massey Beall, wife of Thomas Beall and Sarah Hill, being

children and heirs of said Lewis Dunn, dec'd who each convey their undivided

interest in said lot, the interest of said widow, being one undivided third

part of said lot during her life and for each of the said children and heirs

one undivided fifth part to have and to hold the said lot of ground with it's

appurtenancey to the only proper use and behave of the said Thomas Dunn, Jr.

his heirs and assigns forever and the said parties of the first part hereby

covenent with the said Thomas Dunn, Jr. that they have good and indisputable

estate of inheritance in the primises and have given right to convey the same

in unanimous as proven as aforesaid. And lastly, that the said Rachel Dunn,

widow as aforesaid Lewis Dunn, and Amey his wife, William Dunn and Anna his

wife, Thomas Beall and Massey his wife and Ephraim Dunn, attorney for Sarah

Hill and their heirs the entered in the aforesaid lot of ground and its

appurtenancy unto the said Thomas Dunn, Jr., his heir and assigns against the

claim or claims of the said Rachel Dunn, Lewis Dunn and Amey his wife, William

Dunn and Anna his wife, Thomas Beall and Massey his wife, and Sarah Hill and

their heirs and all and every other person or persons whatever shall and will

warrant forever defend by their presents. In Testimony whereof the said Rachel

Dunn, Lewis Dunn and Amey his wife, William Dunn and Anna his wife, Thomas

Beall and Massey his wife and Ephraim Dunn attorney for Sarah Hill have

hereunto sell their lands and estate the day and year first above written.

Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of the wards and their heirs in

testimony before signed: Joseph Carter and Jas. Amos.

Signed:

Rachel Dunn

Lewis Dunn

Amy X Dunn

her mark

William Dunn

Ann Dunn

Thos. Beall

Massey Beall

Ephraim Dunn, attorney for Sarah Hill

 

Massey and Thomas Beall of Allegany County, Maryland, signed their papers in

the presence of Joseph Carter and James Amos, Justices of the Peace of

Allegany County, Maryland on November 21, 1834.