Deed, Augusta County, 1792

19 June 1792

George and Elizabeth Weigle of Augusta County, Virginia to George Phyfer of the same

“in consideration of the sum of thirty three pounds current money of Virginia”

a parcel of land containing 10 ½ acres, part of a tract of 183 acres first granted to John Finley 1 December 1740, lying in the county of Augusta on a small branch of the Middle River.

Beginning at a white oak patent corner, running thence:
S65d W82p to a white oak on Michael Hogshead’s line
S65d E55p to a stake the old corner
N25d E63p to the Beginning

Source: Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 27:329 -331, LVA microfilm reel 12, Library of Virginia, Richmond.

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