Deeds from Pendleton County Courthouse

Transcribed from copy of original Pendleton Co. VA record:
DB1:135, 5/29/1791

This indenture made the 4th day of July in the year of our Lord God One thousand Seven hundred and ninety ONE between Bastian Hoover of the County of Pendleton of the one part and Joseph Leesa of the aforesaid County of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Bastian Hoover for and in considertaion of the sum of 15 current money of Virginia to him in hand paid by the said Joseph leesa at or before the sealing and delivery of their (illegible) the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged. The said Bastian Hoover hath granted, bargained & sold & by these presents doth grant, bargain & sell unti the said Joesph Leesa and to his heirs and assigns forever one certain tract or parcel of land containing 45 acres first granted to Bastian Hoover by patent dated the (illegible) day of March One thousand Seven hundred & seventy three lying and being on a small branch of Black Thorn, a branch of the South brance of Potomack and bounded as follweth to wit: Beginning a black Oack and Pine, thence north 55 degrees West 20 poles to three white oaks and a lind of mark Swadley's land and with the same southwest 160 poles to a white walnut on a ridge, South 12 degrees East 30 poles to a Chesnut and (illegible) trees, South 80 degrees East 30 poles to a Chesnut and boack oak, thence North 34 degrees East 162 poles to the beginning, together with the appurtenances thereto beloning to have and hold the (illegible) hereby conveyed and all singular the premises hereby bargained and sold and every part and parcel thereof with these and every of these appurtenances unto the said Joseph Leesa his heirs & assigns forever. To the only proper (illegible) and (illegible) of him the said Joseph (illegible) his heirs and assigns forever and the said Badtian Hoover for himself and his heirs and assigns by these presents doth Covenant, promise and grant to and with the said Joseph leesa his heirs and assigns by these presents that the said Bastian Hoover not at the time of (illegible) and delivery of these presents is seized of a good sure perfect and (illegible) a feasible estate of (illegible words) of and in the premises hereby granted and that he hath good power and lawful and abusolute authority to grant and convey the said premises in manner and form aforesaid. And that the said Bastian Hoover for himself and his heirs and assigns the said premises as aforesaid unto the said Joseph Leesa his heirs and assigns from the (illegible words) and of any other person or persons whatsoever shall and with warrant and forever defend by these presnts. In witness whereof the said Bastian Hoover hath herewith set his hand and seal the day and year first above ascertained. Sealed and delivered in presence of: Sebastian (His -BH- Mark)
Hoover (seal)

At a court held for Pendleton County on Monday the first day of August 1791, this Indenture of Bargain & Sale from Bastian Hoover to Joseph Leesa was acknowledged by the said Bastian and ordered to be Recorded. Teste: Gawier Hawthorn
(end)
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Transcribed from copy of original Pendleton Co. VA record:
DB1:137

This indenture made the 1st day of July one thousand seven hundred and ninety one between Sebastian Hoover of the County of Pendleton of the one part and MIchael Hoover of the County aforesaid of the other part witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of 20 current money of Virginia to him in hand paid doth bargain and sell unto the said Michael Hoover and to his heirs and assigns a certain tract of land containing 67 acres lying and being in the county of Pendleton on the sough fork of the south Branch of Potomack above Peter Smith land and bounded as followeth, beginning at 2 white oaks on the west side of said branck and thence South 57 degrees East 34 poles crossing the branch to a Lynn & Sugar tree, thence South 40 poles to an Ash & Sugar tree, south 6 degrees East 60 poles to a pine & White oak, thence South 20 degrees West 50 poles to a white Oak & pine and South 38 degrees West 90 poles to a Spanish Oak and Sugar tree, North 62 degrees West 20 poles to a large white oak on a hill side, North 14 degrees East 237 poles to the beginning. With its appurtenances to have and to hold the said tract of land with its appurtenances to the said Michael Hoover and his heirs and assigns to the sole usae and behoof of him the said Michael Hoover his heirs and assigns forever and the said Sebastian Hoover and his heirs and assignes unto the said Michal Hoover and his heirs and assigns against all persons whatsoever will Warrant and forever defend in witness whereof the said Sebastian Hoover hath hereunto subscribed his hand and affixed his seal this day & year above written. Sebastian (his -BH- mark) Hoover (Seal).
At a court held for Pendleton County on Monday the 1st day of August 1790, this indenture of barbain & sale from Sebastian Hoover to Michael Hoover was acknowledged by the said Sebastian Hoover and ordered to be recordded. Teste: Gawin Hamilton (end)

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Transcribed from copy of original Pendleton Co. VA record:
DB1:138
This indenture made and concluded the 1st day of July 1791 between Sebastian Hoover on the one part and George Hoover both of the County of Pendleton of the other part, Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of 20 current money of Virginia to him in hand paid doth bargain & sell unto the said George Hoover and to his heirs & assigns a certain tract of land containing 100 acres being a part of 750 acres lying and being in the County of Pendleton on the south fork of Potomack between the lands of Sebastian Hoover and Adam Stroud and bounded as follows, viz: Beginning at a black oak and (illegible) on a bank corner to Stroud's land on the patent line and with the same North 46 degrees East 20 poles to 2 white oaks and North 15 degrees east 70 poles to a white Oak (illegible) and Pine and North 40 degrees West 176 poles crossing the branch to a white Oak and Red oak and (illegible) and South 31 degrees West 105 poles and South 51 degrees East 180 poles to the beginning, together with all its appurtenances to have and to hold the said tract of land with its appurtenances to the said George Huver and his heirs and assigns forever and the said Sebastian Huver for himself and his heirs doth covenant with the said Georve Huver and heirs and assigns that he the said Sebastian Huver and his heirs the said land against all persons whatsoever will Warrant and forever defend, In witness whereof the said Sebastian Huver hath hereunto subscribed his hand and affixed his seal this day and year above written. Sebastian (his -BH- mark) Hoover (seal)
At a court held for Pendleton County on Monday the 1st day of August 1791, this indenture of bargain & sale from Sebastian Hoover to George Hoover was acknowledged by the said Sebastian and ordered to be recorded. Teste: Gawin Hamilton (end)

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Transcribed from copy of original Pendleton Co. VA record:
DB1:141-2
This indenture made the 23rd day of June 1790 between Jacob Hoover and his wife Elizabeth of the one part and Jaboc Snidar of the other part all of the County of Pendleton and State of Virginia. Witnesseth that Jacob Hoover and his wife Elizabeth for and in consideration of the sum of 20 of current money of Virginia in hand paid doth bargain and sell unto the said Jacob Snider a certain tract of land containing 182 acres of land more or less lying and being on the East side of the south fork of the south brance of Potomack and bounded as follows, viz: Beginning at 2 white oaks on a high hill thence North 44 degrees East 238 poles crossing several branches to 2 white oaks on the edge of a hill North 30 degrees West 70 poles to 2 pines on a high bank near the fork, thence South 50 degrees West 258 poles to a locust and walnut, thence South 44 degrees East 90 poles to the beginning it being part of a patent land branged to s'd Hoover June 19th, 1789. Together with all its appurtenances to have & to hold said tract of land with its appurtenances unto the said Jacob Snider his heirs and assigns to the sole use and behoof of him the said Jacob Snider his heirs and assigns forever and the said Jacob Hoover and his wife Elizabeth his wife for themselves and their heirs doth covenant with the said Jacob Snider his heirs and assigns that they the said Jacob Hoover and His wife Elizabeth and their heirs the said land with its appurtenances unto the said Jacob Snider his heirs & assigns against all persons whatsoever will Warrant & defend forever. In witness whereof the said Jacob Hoover and his wife Elizabeth have hereunto subscribed their names and affixed their seals the day & year above written. Signed and delivered in the presence of: Jacob Hoover (seal), Elizabeth Hoover (seal).
At a court held for Pendleton County on Monday the 1st day of August 1791, this indenture of Bargain & Sale from Jacob Hoover and Elizabeth his wife to Jacob Snider was acknowledged by the said Jacob. She the said Elizabeth being privily examined as the law directes and ordered to be recorded. Teste: Gawin Hamilton (End)
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Transcribed from copy of original Pendleton Co. VA record:
Deed Book 3:223

This Indenture made the 2nd day of Feby in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and one Between Francis Evick of the County of Pendlton and State of Virginia of the one part and Henry Hoover of said County and State of the other part. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of $50.00 current money of Virginia to the said Francis Evick in hand paid by the said Henry Hoover (illegible) before the sealing and delivery of These Presents the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge and thereof doth release Acquit and Discharge the said Henry Hoover (illegible words) by these Presents the said Francis Evick hath granted bargained sold aliened released and confirmed and by these presents doth grant bargain sell alien release and confirm unto the said Henry Hoover and to his heirs a certain house and lott (illegible) containing half an acre his own and distinguished by Lott No. (blank) lying in the town of Franklin and county aforesaid near the spring and a!
djoining an ally between said Lott and Michael McClures Lott now occupied by John McClure and joining Gabriel Wheals Lott and cornering on a line between said Lott and Sabastian Hoover's Lott and ajoining another Lott the property of said Sabastian Hoover and bounded as followeth to wit: Beginning Beginning (sic) subject to this condition that the said Henry Hoover his heirs exc'trs, adm'rs and assigns shall well and truly pay Francis Evick his heirs exc'trs or adm'rs the sum of fifty (illegible) as a quit rent on said lott and should the same remain unpaid at any for two years together and no distress can be made (illegible) that the same shall become forfited and all houses buildings (illegible) ways waters water courses (illegible) commodities (illegible) and appurtenances whatsoever to the said premises hereby granted or any part thereof belonging or in any wise appertaining and (illegible words) all the estate right (illegible) interest use trust property and demand of!
him the said Francis Evick of and to the said premisis and all deeds (illegible words) or in any wise concerning the same to have and to hold said house and lott hereby bonveyed and all and singular other the premises hereby granted and released and every part and parcel thereof with their appurtenances unto the said Henry Hoover his heirs and assigns forever to the only (illegible) use and behoof of him the said Henry Hoover and of his heirs and assigns forever and the said Francis Evick for himself his heirs exc'trs and adm'rs doth covenant promise and grant to and with the said Henry Hoover his heirs and assigns by these presents that the said Francis Evick now at the time of the sealing and deliverying these presents is seized of good sure perfect and indefeasible estate of (illegible) in fee simple of and in the premises hereby granted and released and that he hat good power and absolute authority to grant and convey the same to that Henry Hoover in manner and form of !
aforesaid and that the said premises now are and forever here after shall remain to be free and clear of and from all other gifts grants bargains sales dower rights and title of dower judgments executions titles troubles charges and encumbrances whatsoever made done committed or (illegible) by the said Francis Evick or any other persons or persons whatsoever and Lastly that the said Francis Evick and his heirs all and singular the (illegible) as hereby granted and released with the appurtenances to the said Henry Hoover his heirs and assigns against the said Francis Evick and his heirs and all and every other person or persons whatsoever shall warrent and forever defend by these presents in witness where of the said Francis Evick hat hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written. Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of ~ Francis (his mark) Evick (seal)
At a court held for Pendleton County on Tuesday the 2nd day of Feby 1801 this deed of bargain and sale Francis Evick to Henry Hoover was acknowledged by the said Francis and ordered to be recorded.
(end)

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1802 land record, Pendleton Co. William & Frany Roy to Philip Harper, 209 acres, part of 222 acres granted to Joseph Roy in 1792

Transcribed from Pendleton Co. Deed Bk 3 p 354

"This indenture made the 6 day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and two between William Roy and his wife Frany of the county of Pendleton & state of Virginia of the one part and Philip Harper of the county and state aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of fifty pounds unto the said Wm. Roy and his wife Frany in hand paid doth bargain and sell unto the said Philip Harper his heirs and assigns a certain tract of land containing two hundred and nine acres be the same more or less it being part of a tract of two hundred & twenty two acres granted unto Joseph Roy by patent bearing date the 14th day of June 1792 which two hundred and nine acres of said land was willed by the said Joseph Roy unto his son William Roy lying in the said county of Pendleton between and adjoining the lands of Philip Harper & Jos. Roys heirs on a branch of the North Fork of the South Branch and bounded as followeth .. ."

"At a court held for Pendleton County the 6th day of April 1802 this deed of bargain and sale from William Roy & Frainy his wife to Philip Harper was acknowledged in court by the said William Roy & Frainy she being first privily examined as the law directs and ordered to be recorded. Teste, Tom Dyer, C.C."

Transcribed by Cathy Thompson: thompsons@adelphia.net

Transcribed from copy of original Pendleton Co. VA record (later WV):
DB 13:328
This Indenture made this 27th day of January in the year Eighteen hundred and forty two Between Inas Hoover and Sarah his wife of the County of Pendleton and State of Virginia of the one part and George Coil senr. of the County and State aforesaid of the other part, Witnesseth that the said Inas Hoover and Sarah his wife for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred Dollars lawful money of Virginia to them in hand paid by the said George Coil the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted, bargained and sold, and by these presents do grant, bargain and sell to the said George Coil for and his heirs and assigns two certain tracts or parcels of land lying and being in the County of Pendleton and State of Virginia on the North side of the Lick knob between the south Branch and South Fork. The first Tract contains thirty eight acres adjoining Claytons Land on the south west side, and bounded as followeth, to wit, Beginning at a hickory and chessnut at the foot of !
a ridge S.20.E.46 poles to two chesnutt oaks, S.47.8.44 poles to a gum and maple on Claytons line thence with the same S.30.W.44 poles to a gum and Spanish oak corner of the same S.24.E.60 poles to an Ironwood and Spanish oak on Claytons line, thence leaving said line, S.44.W.42 poles to a Spanish oak and white oak on a hillside N.84.W.32 poles to two white oaks. N.35.E.50 poles to a maple and Spanish oak sapling on the point of a ridge. N.30.W.78 poles crossing a drain to two chessnut trees by some rocks and thence N.13.E.85 poles to the Beginning. The second Tract contains 40 acres lying on the waters of South Branch opposite George Coils land adjoining said Hoover land, and a late survey made by William Waldren bounded as follows viz..Beginning at two chessnut trees by some rocks former Corner of his own thence with former lines S.30.E.78 poles to a maple on the point of ridge his former Corner S.35.W.50 poles to two white oaks his and Waldrens corner thence with Waldren!
s corner, thence with Waldrens Line N.80.W.95 poles to a chessnut and hickory sapling near the top of a ridge said Waldrens corner N.42.E.124 poles to the Beginning. Together with all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. To have and To hold the said Tracts of Land with its appurtenances unto the said George Coil for his heirs and assigns forever. The only proper use and behoof of him the said George Coil and his heirs and assigns forever, and the said Inas Hoover and Sarah his wife and their heirs, executors and administrators do covenant with the said George Coil for and his heirs, executors and administrators the said Tracts of Land with their appurtenances unto the said George Coil and his heirs and assigns against the claim or claims of them the said Inas Hoover and Sarah his wife and their heirs and all and every person or persons whatever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents. In Witness whereof the s!
aid Inas Hoover and Sarah his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals on the day and year just written. /s/ Inas (his mark) Hoover (seal), Sarah (her mark) Hoover (seal) Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of.

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Transcribed from copy of original Pendleton Co. VA record:
DB 13:329
Pendleton County To wit
We Dan'l H. Armentrout and Andrew W. Dyer, justices of the peace in the County aforesaid State of Virginia do hereby certify that Inas Hoover a party to the written deed bearing the 27th day of January 1842 and hereunto annexed personally appeared before us in our County aforesaid and acknowledged the same to be his act and deed and desired us to certify the said acknowledgment to the Clerk of the County aforesaid in order that the same may be recorded. Given under our hands and seals this 27th day of January 1842. /s/ D'l H. Armentrout (seal), A. W. Dyer (seal)
Pendleton County To wit
We Dan'l H. Armentrout and Andrew W. Dyer, justices of the peace in the County aforesaid, in the State of Virginia do hereby certify that Sarah Hoover the wife of Inas Hoover parties to the within Deed bearing date on the 27th of January 1842 and hereunto annexed personally appeared before us in our County aforesaid, and being examined by us privily and apart from her husband and having the Deed aforesaid fully explained to her, she the said Sarah acknowledged the same to be her act and deed, and declared that she had willingly signed, sealed and delivered the same and that she wished not to retract it. Given under our hands and sealed this 27th day of January 1842. /s/ D'l H. Armentrout (seal), A. W. Dyer (seal)

In the Clerks office of the County Court of Pendleton March 3rd, 1842
This Deed from Inas Hoover and Sarah his wife to George Coil Sr was received and being certified to have been acknowledged before two magistrates by the said Hoover and wife in the manner prescribed
by Law be admitted to record. Teste L. Dyer, CPC Examined

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Pendleton Co. Deed Book 19, page 147.
This Deed made this the 22nd day of June 1869 between Erasmus Pope and Malinda R. Pope his wife of the County of Fayette and State of Ohio of the one part and Henry W Pope of the County of Pendleton and State of West Virginia of the other part Witnesseth that in consideration of the sum of One hundred and Eighty Dollars to them in hand paid by the said Henry W Pope the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged do grant bargain and sell into the said Henry W Pope all their right title and interest in and to one tenth undivided interest of all the lands of which John Pope Sr. died seized being children and heirs of the said John Pope deceased We the said Grantors do hereby with general warranty convey and transfer the aforesaid interest in said lands unto Henry W Pope his heirs and assigns forever.
Witness the following Signatures and Seals.
In presence of ws Z W Heagler Ruth T Pope Stamped 50 [cents] cancelled. Seal and signature of Erasmus A. Pope and Malinda R [Cowger] Pope

State of Ohio Fayette County towith:

I Zebedee W Heagler a Justice of the Township of Union Fayette County and State aforesaid do hereby certify that Erasmus A Pope whose name is signed to the foregoing writing bearing date on the 22nd day of June 1869 has acknowledged the same before me in my Township aforesaid.
Given under my hand this 22nd day of June 1869. Z. W. Heagler Justice of the Peace [Signature]

Sate of Ohio Fayette County towith:

I Zebedee W Heagler a Justice for the Township of Union Fayette County and State aforesaid do hereby certify that Malinda R Pope the wife of Erasmus A Pope whose name is likewise signed to the foregoing writing bearing date on the 22nd day of June 1869 personally appeared before me and after being examined by me for [?] and apart from her husband. And having the writing fully explained to her she the said Malinda R Pope acknowledged the same to be her ach and that she had willingly executed the same and does not wish to retract it.
Given under my hand 22nd day of June 1869,

Z. W. Heagler Justice of the Peace [Signature]
[There followed a statement by Richard Millikan Clerk for the Fayette County court acknowledging the signature and title of the above Z. W. Heagler. The document was stamped and sealed. Another statement was by I.P. Boggs R.P.C. acknowledging the receipt of the deed and admitting it to record on August 8, 1870.]

Submitted by: Sandra Pope


 

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