Deed Book 9, p30
10 Feb 1763
Isaac Reves of the same County of the other part witnesseth that the said John Weatherford for and in consideration of the sum of twenty nine pounds current money of Virginia the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge and him self thereof fully satisfied hath granted bargained sold aliened Released and confirmed and by these presents for himself and his heirs doth grant bargain sell alien release and confirm unto the said Isaac Reves his Heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land containing by estimation one hundred acres more or less being part of a tract of land which said Weatherford had of RIchard Weatherford Deceas'd lying in the County of Lunenburg on Buck horn Creek and bounded as follows (to witt) beginning at Hickry on Mehenen River at the mouth of Buckhorn Creek thence up the said River to a Beech at the mouth of John Johnsons Spring branch thence up the said Branch to a white oak thence a straight line to a sycamore on Buckhorn Creek thence down the said Creek to a white oak thence across the said Creek to gum thence down the said Creek to the begining Hickory to incude said one hundred acres of Land with all Houses Orchards Gardains fences Wood under woods waters and watercours thereon standing growing and being with all profits commodities advantages and appurtenances whatsoever to the same belonging or any ways appurtaining and also the reversion and revertions remainder and remainders thereof and every part and parcell thereof to have and to hold the said Tract of land and premises with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said Isaac Reves his heirs and assigns forever he the said John Weatherford for himself and his heirs doth covenant grant and agree to and with the said Isaac Reeve his heirs and assigns that he and they shall and may at all times hereafter peaceably and quietly hold and enjoy the said granted land and premises free from all former sales gifts morgages right of Dower or any other incumbrance whatsoever and he the said John Weatherford and his heirs shall and will warrant and forever defend the said granted land and premises with the appurtenances unto the said Isaac Reeve his heirs and assigns for ever against all other persons or persons that shall lay any clame thereunto and further that the said John Weatherford shall and will all any time within the space of Twenty years at the cost and charge of him the said Isaac Reeve his heirs and assigns make do and execute all such further act or deed for the better conveying the said granted premises as he the said Reeve his heirs or assigns or his councill learned in the land shall advise or require. In witness whereof the said John Weatherford hath hereunto set his hand and affixed his seal day month and year of God above written.
Signed Sealed and Delivered }John Weatherford (LS)
In presents of }
Memorandum That on the tenth day of Feby 1763 quiet and peaceable possession and seizen of the within granted land and premises was made done and delivered by the within named John Weatherford to the within mentioned Isaac Reeve according to the form and effect of the within named deed.
John Weatherford (LS)
In presents of
At a Court held for Lunenburg County the 10th day of March 1763
This Indenture and memorandum of leviy and seizen hereon Indorsed was acknowledged by the said John Weatherford and ordered to be Recorded
Wm Taylor CLC