Land Grant to George Fuller - 1813


70 Acres in Russell County, Virginia
Virginia Grants 64, p. 123
Warrant Dated 05 Nov 1795, Survey dated 01 Jan 1800, Recorded 11 Nov 1813

James Barbour Esq. Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia: To all to whom these presents shall come, greeting; Know ye that by virtue of a Land Office Treasury Warrant No. 1651, issued the 5th of November, 1795. There is granted by the said Commonwealth unto George Fuller, a certain tract or parcel of Land containing seventy acres by survey, bearing date the 1st day of January 1800; situate in the County of Russell, on the north side of Cedar Creek, a part of the waters of Clinch River and bounded as followth, to wit: Beginning at a white oak, corner to Anthony Hinton, thence with his line, north eleven degrees, east twenty four poles to a hickory on said line, thence leaving said line north thirty two degrees, west eighty four poles to a white oak and dogwood on a ridge, north fourteen degrees, east thirty two poles crossing a branch to a sugar tree and beech on the side of the ridge, north fifty two degrees, west thirty poles to a hickory, red bud and cherry tree on a line of Martha Hays, and with her line and binding thereon south thirty five degrees, west one hundred and twenty poles, passing her corner to three dogwoods near the bank of said creek; south thirty degrees, east thirty eight poles to a dogwood, white oak and Spanish oak near said creek, south six degrees; east thirty seven poles to a white oak, his own corner and with his line north fifty degrees; east fifty two poles to three white oaks, another of his corners; and then with another of his lines, south eighty two degrees, east sixty three poles to the beginning, with its appurtenances: To have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, with its appurtenances, to the said George Fuller and his heirs forever. In Witness whereof the said James Barbour Esq. Governor of the Commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond on the eleventh day of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and thirteen and of the Commonwealth the thirty eight.

Js Barbour


The Boundaries of the lands of George Fuller


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