Jacob Smith 28 Acres Montgomery County Virginia

Transcribed by Tyson Douglas Smith II Mr.smith2@verizon.net

John Page Esquire Governor of the commonwealth of Virginia. To all to whom there presents shall come greeting: Know Ye, that by virtue of a Land office Treasury warrant number 3593 issued on the March 9th 1780 there is granted by the said commonwealth unto Jacob Smith a certain tract or parcel of land containing 28 Acres, by survey bearing date the December 8th 1801 lying and being in the county of Montgomery (Now Floyd County) Virginia on the waters of the South Fork of Roanoke and bounded as followeth to wit: Beginning at a black oak on a line of the Widow (Rosannah in Census) Shillings and Webb, and with his line South 19 degrees West, 94 poles crossing a branch to a maple, thence leaving said line, North 65 degrees West 41 poles to 2 ash saplings in a branch, South 77 degrees West 16 poles to a white oak sapling on a line of Lewis¶s and with the same North 15 degrees West 40 poles crossing a branch to a chestnut by a path on the Widow Shillings (Rosanna Shockey) line, and with the same North 65 degrees East 100 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 Jacob Smith and his heirs forever. In writing where of the said John Page Governor of the commonwealth of Virginia hath here unto set his hand and causes the Seal of the said Commonwealth to be officed at Richmond on the November 27th 1804 Signed John Page