Prince William County, Virginia
Deed Book 11, pg. 41
12 May 1827
THIS INDENTURE made and entered into this 12th day of May in the year Our Lord Eighteen Hundred & Twenty seven Between William Keys of the County of Harrison and George Copin of the County of Prince William Both of the State of Virginia on the one part and John U. Reeves of the County of Prince William of the other part. Witnesseth, That the said William Keys & George Copin for and in Consideration of the sum of Twenty dollars to them in hand paid at & before the Ensealing and delivery of these presents, hath Granted Bargained and sold alliened Ensealed and Confirmed and by these presents do Grant Bargain & Sell allien Enseal and Confirm unto the said John U. Reeves and his heirs and assigns a Certain tract or parcell of Land Situate Lying and being in the County of Prince William & State aforesaid Containing Twelve acres more or less and is Bounded as followeth Viz. Beginning at a Red Oak on the North side of Quantico run Corner to the Lands of Farrow and Philip Carter thence with the line of sd. Carter S 10 (degrees) E. 106 poles to the line of Bennett thence with the road to the run to a Corner of the land formerly leas'd to Jonathan Gatham thence up the said run and Binding there with the Beginning together with all houses profits advantages Ways Waters & Water Courses with the appurtenances of every kind and nature Whatever thereto apertaining To have and to hold the aforesaid Bargained premises with their appurtenances unto the said John U. Reeves his Heirs and assigns to the only proper use of him the said John U. Reeves and his Heirs & assigns forever and lastly the aforesaid Wm. Keys & Geo. Copin for themselves their heirs Excrs. & assigns do by these presents warrant and forever defend the aforesaid Bargained premises with their appurtenances to the sd. John U. Reeves & his heirs & assigns against all Claims of any person or persons what ever.
William Keys (seal)
Geo. Copin (seal)
Prince William County to wit: Clerks Office May 12th 1827
This deed from William Keys & George Copin to John U. Reeves was this day acknowledged in the office aforesaid by the said Keys & Copin to be their act & deed admitted to record.