William Jordan and Blenchy his wife – 89½ acres in Cabell County
on the northeast side of Mud River

sold to the heirs of John Guin
April 25, 1812
for $478

This Indenture made this twentyfifth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred & twelve, between William Jordan & Blenchy his wife of the County of Cabell and Commonwealth of Virginia of the one part, and the Heirs of John Guin deceased of the said County & State of the other part, Witnesseth that the said William Jordan & Blenchy his wife hath bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain and sell for the Consideration of four hundred and seventy eight dollars to them in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby fully acknowledge, a certan Tract or parcel of land lying and being on the north east side of mud River Containing by Estimation Eighty nine acres & a half be the same more or less, and bounded as followeth To witt: Beginning at the Mouth of mill Creek and running up the River with the several meanders thereof to the widow Sander’s line then running with Mrs Sanders line to a corner on two white Oaks, Standing on a hillside near a branch, thence to Pleasants line, thence running with Pleasants line to Mill Creek, thence the several meanders of the Creek, to the begining, which Tract of land the said William Jordan & Blench his wife for ever warrant and defend to the Heirs of the said John Guin deceased and their Heirs forever against the claim of him the said William Jordan & his heirs or any other person, or persons whatsoever, In witness whereof the said Wm. Jordan & blench his wife hath hereunto sett their hands & seals the day & year above written.

William Jordan (SEAL)
Blenchy Jordan (SEAL)

John Barner
Lawrence Briant

At a Court held for Cabell County on Tuesday the 28th day of April 1812, A Deed from William Jordan and Blench his wife to the Heirs of John Guin was presented in court and proven by in part by the oaths of John Barner and Lawrence Bryant witnesses thereto and Continued for further proof.

Acopy Teste.
Edmd. Morris C. C.C.

Source: Cabell County, West Virginia, Deed Book I, pages 381-382