|Dates of Creation||1866|
|Scope & Content||Legal petition made to Henry E. Blair, Judge of the Circuit Court of Giles County, Virginia by the heirs of Hugh & Lynea P. Woodram in an effort to get a clear deed to a house and property located in Pearisburg, Virginia. This case started on January 15, 1866. The guardians of the heirs of John H. Bane asked the court to approve the sale of the house to Lynea P. Woodram, (mother of all the petitioners) and R. F. Watts, the administrator of Hugh Woodram's estate for $1600. This document goes on to say that he notes from this real estate have "long since been paid off" and ask the judge to grant a clear title to the purchaser. There is no date on this document as to when or if it was filed.|
|Year Range from||1866.0|
|Year Range to||1866.0|
O'Keefe, Mary S. (wife of James O'Keefe)
Watts, R. F.
Woodram, Lynia P. (wife of Hugh Woodram)
Woolwine, Josie E. (wife of C.C. Woolwine)
Stockton, John C.
Stockton, Georgie (wife of John C. Stockton)
Easley, John H.
Easley, Julia (wife of John H. Easley)
Blair, Judge Henry E.
Bane, Saml. ( Samuel)
Shannon, William R.
|Collection||History Museum of Western Virginia|
|Number of images||4.0|
|Extent of Description||2 pages, 8" x 13 1/2" (front and back)|