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Deed Between Robert BRADEN and George MULL
found in Loudoun Co., VA Deed Book 2N, pg 202 dated 14 February 1811


[transcribed by Sue Beach, September 1997]

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This Indenture made this 10th day of June eighteen hundred and Eleven Between Robert Braden of the County of Loudoun and State of Virginia of the one part and George Mull [?] of the same place of the other part, Witnesseth that the said Robert Braden for and in consideration of the sum of one dollar to him in hand paid by the said George Mull the receipt whereof is hereby ackn'd hath Bargained and Sold and by these presents doth Grant, bargain and Sell unto the said George Mull his heirs and assigns a certain lot of Land situate in the said County of Loudoun on the east side of the Short hill being a part of a tract of Land the said Braden purchased of Amos Janney And Bounded as follows Beginning at a poplar in the original line then with said line N. 3 E. 81 po. To a Mapole [sic], thence S 17 E 80 po. To a pile of Stones corner to a lot purchased by Moses Miller thence with his line 81 W. 2 po. To the Beginning containing Eight acres of Land be the quantity more or less. Together with all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining With the rents [unreadable word] and profits thereof. To have and to hold the said lot of Land with all its appurtenances unto the said George Mull, his heirs and assigns forever and the said Robert Braden for himself, his heirs, Ex'rs, and Adm's doth covenant and agree to warrant and defend the said lot of Land with its appurtenances unto the said George Mull, his heirs and assigns forever free from the claim of him, the said Robert Braden, or any other person Claiming Through, by or under him. In Witness Whereof the said Robert Braden hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written.

R. Braden {seal}


At a Court held for Loudoun County June 10th, 1811.
This deed from Robert Braden to George Mull was ackn'd and ordered to be recorded.

Teste C. Binns CLC