Thompson 1840-54 Land Surveys for Logan County

Source: LOGAN COUNTY SURVEY BOOKS,
(Books A & B, holding the oldest survey records
LOGAN COUNTY COURT HOUSE
LOGAN, WEST VIRGINIA

Some text did not photocopy well due to the size of the books (HUGE!!!) and the size of the copier (normal) and the fact that the book was VERY thick and some of the pages could not be pressed down to touch the copier glass. I tried to copy most of the page’s “black spots” by hand where I thought to do so.

I copied as many Thompson Surveys as I could find, however, I could have missed a few.

Questionable text is included in [ ] brackets. If a “possible text” was found, it was included as [?xxx].

I tried to hold to the original spelling as much as possible, but also know that I probably included my usual assortment of typos!


SURVEY for JOHN THOMPSON & JAMES SLATOR

Completed 12 August 1840

Survey for John Thompson [?assee] James Slator [?assee] John Williamson [?assee] FR Pernell who was [?assee] of Anthony Lawson ninty eight acres of land in Logan County on Buffaloe Creek a branch of Sandy River agreeable to an entry made in the surveyor office of said County on the 3rd day of January 1840 by virtue of part of a land office treasury warrant No 10503 for 500 dated the 3d day January 1831 and bound as follows: viz

Beginning at a poplar beech and white oak corner to a Survey made for Henry Farley [?Farlow] N7 W28 poles to two beeches N45 1/2 E 37 poles to a beech N37 1/2 E 72 poles to a beech a branch N67 1/2 E 43 poles to a maple and sugar and tree N83 1/2 E 68 poles to a beech cucumber and a hill side S 56 E 36 poles to a paplar and beech. S74 E 64 poles to three small beeches at the at the mouth of a branch S 44 E 146 poles to a maple on a point [?S/E 22] poles to a Sycamore S54 E 46 poles to a Sycamore S46 W 19 poles to a beech on a hill side N42 W 197 poles to two beeches on a hillside N67 W106 poles to three beeches and buckeye N77 [?]180 poles to a sycamore S45 1/2 W 151 poles to the begining.

Completed the 12 day of August 1840

Variation one degree [?]

Chainmen

Jackson Slator

William Slator

James Lawson S.L.C.

SURVEY for JAMES THOMPSON Jr

Complete 29 June, 1853
(Book-B Pg 289)

SURVEYED for James Thompson Jr one hundred and Thirty acres of Land

Logan County on Buffaloe Creek of Sandy River agreeable to two entries made in the

Survey office of said County one hundred acres entered the 27th May 1853 by virtue of Land office Treasury warrant No 21273 for 203 [?] acres dated the 17th May 1853 and Thirty [?acres] entered the 28th June 1853 both of which

[?] to A Lawson and bounded [?] Viz Beginning at a poplar and white oak near the mouth of the right hand fork there. [?]S 5 1/2 E 20 poles croping the branch to a poplar Nw[?] E34 poles croping the branch and up hill to a black oak and chesnut on the [?top] of a point N72 E190 poles to two chesnut oaks on the top of a point-ridge S72 E218 poles croping the north hollow to a beech and poplar N43 E42 poles to two dogwoods and Sourwood S77 E18poles to three [?] corner to a Survey made for Wm C Maynard N18 E18 poles to teo beeches corner to a Survey made for John Thompson and with the lines of the same down the Creek. N67 W10[?] poles to beeches and buckeye N77 W180 poles to a Sycamore S57 W230 poles to the beginning.

Completed the 29th day of June 1853 Variation on degree east.

James Tayler Jr
George W Lawson Apt for

Chainmen

[?Pat?] Thompson James Lawson S.L.C


SURVEYED for JOHN THOMPSON

Completed 12, August 1840

Surveyed for John Thompson assee John Lawson fifty acres of land in Logan County on Buffaloe Creek and Sandy River agreeable to an entry made in the surveyors office of said County on the 12th day of August 1840 by virtue of part of a land office Treasury Warrant No 12[?]64 for 1000 acres dated the 20th day of June 1837 and bound as follows”

Viz

Beginning at a beech and suger tree by a fence on said creek S85 W88 poles to two maples near the mouth of said creek and corner to a Survey made for Dingess and Ballard thence with their lines S3 E140 poles to a stake in a field S20 W20 poles to marked tree S25 E22 poles to [?] tree and beech on a hill side corner to said survey [?] poles to the beginning.

Completed the 12 day of August 1840 [? variation] one degree east.

Chainmen

Jackson Slator

William Slator

James Lawson

S.L.C.


SURVEY for JOHN THOMPSON & THOMAS WEBB

Completed 7th March 1854

Surveyed for John Thompson and Thomas Webb Three hundred and thirty five acres of Land in Logan County on the lower side and left hand fork of Buffaloe Creek of Sandy River agreeable to an entry made in the Surveyor Office of said County on the 6th March 1854 by virtue of part of two Land office Treasury Warrants on hundred acres by part warrant No 21039 for 1831 acres dated March 14th 1863 and two hundred and thirty five acres by part warrant No 21948 for 2000 acres dated January the 16th 1854 and both agreed to A Lawson and bounded as follows:

Beginning at the three water oaks on the bank of the river about twenty poles below the mouth of Buffaloe Creek Corner to a Survey made for Samuel Cecil thence up the hill with the lines of said survey. N44 E40 Poles to two dogwoods and black oak [?] the point of a ridge and up the same. N26 1/2 E [? 60] Poles to white oak and [?ro-] N17 E 15 Poles to a hickory N46 E62 Poles to hickoy and chesnut oak in the head of the branch a Cecil’s house. N16 E 46 Poles to a sugartree near a clift of [?]. N46 E 69 Poles to chesnut oak on a pile of rocks. N 4 1/2 E 48 Poles to two [hornbean?] and white oak. N60 E38 Poles to white oak on the line of said survey thence [?] the same. N82 E214 Poles to large rock and mulberry in a [?drain]. S39 1/2 W [?161] Poles to a gum and two beeches.

S26 W96 Poles to three beeches and white oak on the bank of the left hand fork of said creek thence down said fork and creek. S [6?] W 304 Poles to walnut sugartree and black oak. S73 W78 Poles to a white oak S70 W12 Poles to the beginning.

Completed March the 7th 1854

variation one degee east.

Chainmen:

Jas. Thompson Jr.

Saml Webb

John Goarr apt for
James Lawson S.L.C.


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