Bettie M. Barrett Freeman

This deed made and entered into this the Seventh Day of August 1913, by and between
BETTIE M. FREEMAN in her own right and as the widow of Martin FREEMAN, deceased,
LUCY E.WEAVER and MASON E. WEAVER: her husband; HANNAH K.WEAVER and
B. H. WEAVER her husband; MARY W. MCCARTHY and JOHN MCCARTHY her
husband; NANNIE P. MEREDITH and THOMAS MEREDITH her husband; and
VIRGINIA B. WALTON and THOMAS JOSEPH WALTON her husband , widow and
heirs at law of MARTIN FREEMAN deceased, parties of the first part, and MASON E.
WEAVER and LUCY E. WEAVER, parties of the second part. Whereas by a deed dated
the 19 day of December 1902 and recorded in the clerk office of the Circuit Court on the 12
day of July 1904 in deed book no. 95 page 430, J.A.C. Keith Commissioner in the suit of
Smith Vs. Freeman, in consideration of $300.00, conveyed to Bettie M. Freeman, the tract of
14 acres hereinafter described; and whereas, the estate of Martin Freeman deceased, was
partitioned by order of Court, which partition deed will be found recorded in Deed Book no.
89 page 149, recorded on the 11 day of September 1897, in which lot no. 1, is set out as the
14 acre tract above referred to and subsequently sold to Bettie M. Freeman; and lot no. 3,
therein described as containing 50 acres, 1 rood and 34 poles, was allotted to the said Bettie
M. Freeman, widow of Martin Freeman; Nannie P. Freeman now Nannie P. Meredith; Mary
W. McCarthy, Lucy E. Freeman now Lucy E. Weaver; Hannah K. Freeman now Hannah K.
Weaver; and Virginia B. Freeman, now Virginia B. Walton, jointly; and whereas, the said
widow and heirs at law of the said Martin Freeman, have agreed with the said parties of the
second part to sell and convey to them the two tracts of land, making the Aggregate thereof
sixty four acres more or less, for the sum hereinafter stipulated. Now Therefore This
Indenture Witnesseth: That for and in consideration of the just and full sum of Sixteen
Hundred Dollars {$1600.00] cash in hand paid the parties of the first by the parties of the
second part, at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is
hereby acknowledged, the said parties of the first part, do hereby bargin, sell, grant and
convay, with general warranty , unto the said parties of the second part, all of their rights, title
and interest in and to those two certain tracts of land, known as lot no. 1 and lot no. 3, in the
division of the estate of Martin Freeman, deceased, which partition deed will be found
recorded in deed book no. 89 page 149, which two lots are described by metes and bounds
and as containing the sum of fourteen acres and fifty acres, one rood and thirty four poles
[14 a. and 50 a. 1 r. and 34 p.] respectively, to which deed reference is hereby made for the
metes and bounds of the land as aforesaid, as well as to the deed from J.A.C. Keith
Commissioner in the Chancery suit of Smith vs. Freeman, for the evidence of title in Bettie
M. Freeman to the 14 acre tract. Together with the appurtenances to said property belonging
or in any wise appertaining. To Have and to Hold unto the said Mason E. Weaver and Lucy
E. Weaver, Jointly, their heirs and forever, in fee simple, the above granted premise together
with the appurtenances thereto belonging. Witness the signatures and seals of the parties of
the first part the day and year first hereinabove written.
Bettie M. Freeman, in her own right and widow of Martin Freeman Dec.[ seal.]
--------------- [seal.] Lucy E. Weaver [seal]
Mason E. Weaver [seal] Hannah K. Weaver [Seal.]
B. H. Weaver [seal] Mary W. McCarthy [seal]
John W. McCarthy [seal] Nannie P. Meredith {seal]
G. Meredith [seal] Virginia B. Walton [seal]
T. J. Walton [Seal]

State of Virginia, County of Fauquier, to wit; I , D. D. Hickerson, a justice of the peace in
and for the County of Fauquier in the State of Virginia, Do hereby certify that Bettie M.
Freeman in her own right and as widow of Marti Freeman Dec. ; Lucy E. Weaver and Mason
E. Weaver her husband; Hannah K. Weaver and B. H. Weaver her husband; Mary W.
McCarthy and John McCarthy her husband; whose names are signed to the foregoing deed
bearing date the seventh day of August 1913, have each acknowledged the same before me in
my County aforesaid. Given under my hand this the 9 day of August 1913
D.D, Hickerson, J.P.
State of Virginia, County of Louisa, To wit: I, A.N. Perkins a justice of the peace in and for
the County of Louisa, in the state of Virginia, do hereby certify Nannie P. Meredith and
Thomas Meredith her husband, and Virginia B. Walton and Thomas Joseph Walton whose
names are signed to the foregoing deed bearing date the seventh day of August 1913, Have
each acknowledged the same before me in my County aforesaid. Given under my hand this
the 30 day--------?