Grayson County, Virginia
Deed Book 9, Pg 377
28 Jun 1845
John Reeves of the County of Grayson and State of Virginia of the one part and George W. Reeves of the same place of the other part, Witnesseth that the said John Reeves for the good will he has for his son George W. Reeves, to have and to hold by the George W. Reeves before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof the said John Reeves doth hereby acknowledge, the said John Reeves have given granted bargained and by these presents doth give, grant bargain unto the said George W. Reeves and his heirs forever a certain tract or parcel of land, lying and being in the County of Grayson on Peach Bottom Creek & New River Containing Two hundred acres more or less Beginning at two large Spanish Oak Trees on the top of a high ridge N40 W116 poles to a white oak tree N20 S32 poles crossing a branch to a white oak tree S82 W114 poles to two white oak saplings S40 W 160 poles to two white oaks S8 E190 poles to a black oak tree and N49 E140 poles to the beginning together with every right title priviledge and appurtenances thereunto belonging, to which I doth warrant and defend a good and lawful right and title unto the said George W. Reeves and his heirs forever and free from myself and heirs and all other persons or claims whatsoever In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this day and year above written Given under my hand and seal day and date above written
Teste, Saml. Cox
Joshua Cox John Reeves (Seal)
Grayson County Court March term 1846
This Deed from John Reeves to George W. Reeves was produced in open Court acknowledge by the said John Reeves and ordered to be recorded.
John Dickenson, C.C.