1828 Deed - George G Greear (George G. Rieves) to Joshua Cox
Grayson County, Virginia
Deed Book 5, Pg 377
28th November 1828
This indenture this 28th day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & twenty eight. Between George G. Greear of the State of Virginia of the one part and Joshua Cox of the County of Grayson and state aforesaid of the other par. Witnesseth that the said George G. Greear for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and fifty Dollars to him in hand paid the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge have granted bargaines and sold and delievered unto the said Joshua Cox his heirs and assigns one certain tract or parcel of Land containing one hundred and forty acres situated in the County of Grayson on a branch of fox Creek and bounded as follows to wit, Beginning at a Double chestnut tree Corner to Shadrack Grear’s land S27 W86 poles to a large Chestnut tree S 18 E 50 poles to white Walnut tree among some Rocks N 75 E 182 poles to a Spanish oak on a point near a branch S 83 E 56 poles to a large white oak N 81 E 102 poles to a Stake N 27 poles to two white oaks near (?)N 86 W 224 poles to a large poplar N 82 W 82 poles crossing two branches to the Beginning. The said George G. Rieves doth warrant the right of the said tract of land free from the challenge of him and his heirs forever to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of Land with the appurtenances to the said Joshua Cox and his heirs forvever. In Witness whereof he the said George G. Rieves have hereunto Subscribed his name and affixed his seal the day and date above written.
George G. Rieves
Signed by David Isom, Spencer Isom, William (his mark) Sexton
Grayson clerks office 16th December 1828
This Deed from George Greer to Joshua Cox was proven by three Subscribing witnesses and admitted to Reeve.
Test. M Dickenson C.C.