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Conaway John – Orasha King – McGumphy Deed 1850 Marion Co WV


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John Conaway :   Deed

This indenture made the 29th day of May, in the year of our Lord 1850, between Orasha King, Henry McGumphy and Martha Jane his wife of the county of Greene and state of Pennsylvania, of the first, and John Conaway of the county of Marion and State of Virginia of other part, Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of twenty dollars by the said John Conaway paid before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof the said John Orasha King, Henry McGlumphy and Martha Jane his wife have hereby acknowledged, hath bargained and sold, and by these presents doth grant bargain and sell, alien enfeoff, release and confirm unto the aforesaid John Conaway his heirs and assigns all a certain track or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Marion aforesaid situate on the head of  Warrior Fork of Buffalo Creek, adjoining land of William B. Snodgrass, Andrew Ice and George W. Campbell, and bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at a chesnut oak corner to William B. Snodgrass and running thence N70° W 68 poles to a red oaks, and Iron Wood, N33W 40 poles to a walnut tree, W70 W86 poles to a hickory and poplar, N42poles W 8 poles to a dogwood, thence with agreed line between John Conaway and Jeremiah H. King, until it strikes Andrew Ice at a sugar tree corner, thence S 63 E 64 poles to a poplar, N65 E12 poles to a white oak, thence S60 E26 poles to a white oak, S27 W40 poles to a poplar, S32 E 24 poles to a hickory S40 E86 poles to a red oak S10 W 46 poles to a gum S27 E55 poles to a chesnut oak, thence S32 W 25 poles to a chesnut oak, N66 W 25 poles to the beginning: containing one hundred and fifty acres more or less To have and to hold the above described tract and  all their rights in the aforesaid land with the appurtenances to the said John Conaway his heirs and assigns forever, and lastly, the said John orasha King, Henry McGlumphy and Martha jane his wife doth hereby covenant to and with the said John Conaway his heirs and assigns that they will warrant and forever defend the right of said Land against themselves, and all persons claiming n, through or by them.

In testimony whereof the aforesaid John Orasha King, Henry McGlumphy and Martha Jane his wife, have hereunto set their hand and affixed their seals the day and year first above written.

John Orasha King (his mark, seal)

Mary McGlumphy (seal)

Martha Jane McGlumphy (her mark, seal)

(abridged) William B. Snodgrass and D. Cunningham, Justices of the Peace for Marion county, examined, affirmed and certified John Orasha King per the deed on 29 May 1850.

(abridged) William B. Snodgrass and D. Cunningham, Justices of the Peace for Marion county, examined, affirmed and certified Henry and Martha Jane McGlumphy per the deed on 15 Apr 1851.

Recorded 15 Apr 1851 Deed Book 4 Marion county pages 530-531

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