James Jorden Senr – 120 acres in Kanawha County
on or near Mud River


Exchanged Treasury Warrant #814 (100 acres) issued September 26, 1797
Exchanged Treasury Warrant #1134 (20 acres) issued September 20, 1801
Surveyed February 8, 1804
Signed by Gov. William H. Cabell on May 19, 1806


William H. Cabell esquire governor of the commonwealth of Virginia, To all to whom these presents shall come greeting: Know ye that by virtue of two exchanged treasury warrants to wit: one hundred acres by number eight hundred and fourteen issued the twenty sixth day of September seventeen hundred and ninety seven and twenty acres by number seven hundred and thirty four issued the 20th day of September 1801, there is granted by the said commonwealth unto James Jordan Senr. A certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred and twenty acres by survey bearing date the eighth day of February, eighteen hundred and four lying and being in the county of Kanawha on or near Mud river, between the land of Samuel Pleasants and John P. DuVal’s heirs or assigned and bounded as followeth to wit:
Beginning at a sugar tree corner to DuVal’s survey No. 3 of one thousand acres, also corner to No. 2 or what is known by DuVal’s Diamond survey, thence north twenty five degrees west four poles to a cherry and beech in a line of said Pleasant’s survey thence with two lines thereof; south eighty-nine degrees east one hundred and eighty-four poles to two white oaks, south forty six degrees east one hundred and eighty poles to three black oaks and southwest point of a ridge thence leaving said Pleasant’s survey south thirty six degrees east fifty eight poles to a sugar tree at the foot of the hill in the line of another survey of said DuVals and with the same south thirty two degrees west thirty one poles to a walnut corner to said No. 3 on which the said Jordan now lives and thence with a line thereof north fifty eight degrees west three hundred and sixty six poles to the beginning with its appurtenances,
to have [portion missing] H. Cabell esquire governor of the commonwealth of Virginia hath hereunto set his hand and caused the lessor seal of the commonwealth to be affixed at Richmond on the nineteenth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six, and of the commonwealth the thirtieth.

/s/ Wm H. Cabel


Source: The Library of Virginia: Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grants and Surveys