Contains 35 Results:
Handwritten notes about Lexington, Virginia properties owned by William Alexander. The notes were taken in 1964 from deed and land books likely in the Rockbridge County Court House.
Pertains to lands in the Cedar Grove Mills vicinity of Rockbridge County once owned by Robert B. and Mary M. Anderson.
Indenture between James Anderson, husband of Jenny Anderson and Jean Paul, wife of John Paul Deceased in which he sells or conveys to here land, an enslaved young man named David and housedold materials.
Deed pertains to a house and lot on Jefferson Street in Lexington, Virginia.
Transcript notes, Thomas Paxton, Benjamin Borden, Magdelene Bowyer, Archibald Alexander, 1748 - 1779
20th century typescript notes on property owned by both Benjamin Borden, Sr. and Jr., located in Rockbridge and/or Augusta County, in Virginia and Monmouth County, New Jersey and those individuals who were also involved in the land transactions.
Pertains to one property in the viciniy of the Lime Kiln and "Quarry" in Lexington, Va., and another abutting the Old Monmouth Presbyterian Church lot just west of Lexington.
Hand drawn map and survey of land owned by Joseph Clark and includes properties owned by the heirs of Sarah Tyree, Mr. Nettle, and John D. Letcher. John D. Letcher completed the survey in 1907. Map is drawn on glazed linen paper.
A half-page of information including deedbook and page numbers from Rockbridge County courthouse mentioning "Clifton." Also briefly mentions William Preston Johnston and surnames Tucker, Alexander, Houston and Stanard.
Deeds for properties in the village of Brownsburg, Va.
A manuscript indenture for the purchase of land by Thomas Lecky (Lackey) from Ambrose and Sarah Crain of Rockbridge County, Virginia. It is noted that the land is along some "small waters of James' River." The property bordered land of John Jacobs, Thomas Auchletree (Ocheltree), Matthew Houston, and Bousman ( Bosserman?)
Deed for land along South Buffalo Creek in Rockbridge County, Virginia. William H. H. Dixon and his wife Julia A. Dixon were living in Fannin County, Texas at the time of the creation of the deed.
The heirs of James Dougherty were William, Daniel, and Rebecca Doty. The being sold was in two tracts totalling about one hundred acres along Mill Creek near the "great road between Lexington and Staunton, in Rockbridge County, Virginia. The tract was previously owned by Philip Hoyleman (Hileman). James Whiteside and Mary Daugherty are also mentioned in the indenture.
For conveying a house and lot in Buena Vista, Virginia.
For the purchase of twenty-nine and three quarter acres near Lexington on the southern side abutting lots owned by J.T.L. Preston heirs, John C. Boude heirs, and Andrew Wallace heirs. This folder also includes an oversize fire insurance certificate for a two story frame house owned by the Estill family on the north-east end of Nelson Street. The policy was with the Petersburg Savings and Insurance Company.
Deed is for a gift of the property at corner of Jackson Ave. and White St., Lexington, Virginia to Funkhouser daughters, Bessie F. Rader, Inez C. Funkhouser, Nettie M. Leitch, Edith Dunnington, and Judith R. Hutton.
An indenture for land between Lewis Gearheart, his wife Phebe, and Henry Gearheart. The land was on the James River in Rockbridge County.
A collection of original land deeds and indentures from the vicinity of Rockbridge County, Virginia collected by the Rockbridge Historical Society.
An indenture for land between James F. Harper, his wife Martha, William Harper, and John M. Harper. The land is in Rockbridge County on the North River.
Deed for land in Rockbridge County distributed amongst Cameron's children and spouses.
Deed regarding the Hill family and their land in Rockbridge County on the waters of South Buffalo Creek.
This folder contains birth, marriage, and death registers; indentures, deeds, and other excerpts from a will book and deed book; and marriage licenses all relating to the Holden family.
This folder contains indentures for money and land in Rockbridge County (on the waters of the James River) and Augusta County. These indentures involve Peter Seacat and his wife Margaret, John Jacobs and his wife Phoebe, and Joseph Wilson and his heirs.
A contract between H.H. Wallace, the guardian of John S. Johnson (Augusta County) and E.A. Johnson (Rockbridge County) leasing out John S. Johnson's farm (located in the "forks" of Kerr's Creek and North River) for one year. This lease is under the condition of the farm buildings and fences being maintained and the land being farmed.
An indenture between William Kirkpatrick, his wife Catherine, and Samuel Kirkpatrick (Rockbridge County) concerning land surrounded by the North River.