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«Hazel Plain Also known as The Chinn House Alexandria Gazette 30 Dec 1831 FOR RENT FOR THE ENSUING YEAR, Two farms, in the County of Prince William, ...»

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Hazel Plain

Also known as

The Chinn House

Alexandria Gazette 30 Dec 1831

FOR RENT FOR THE ENSUING YEAR, Two farms, in the County of Prince William,

Virginia: BRADLEY, distant three miles from Brentsville, containing about 1400 acres of the

most susceptible land in that part of the State, with a large and convenient Brick Dwelling House

and all necessary out houses.

HAZEL PLAIN, situated between Centreville and Haymarket, on the Turnpike Road to

Warrenton, containing about 600 acres, with a part well taken in clover. Crops of wheat and rye have been sown on both these places the present fall.

FOR HIRE, a large number of likely NEGROES, of both sexes. Should these not be disposed of prior to the first day of January Court, they will be hired at public auction on that day in Brentsville. Application (if by letter post paid) to be made to the subscriber, in Alexandria D.C.

Wm. H. Fowle Alexandria Gazette 11 Aug 1834 LAND FOR SALE – A tract of land in Prince William, Virginia, called “HAZEL PLAIN containing about 550 acres.

A TRACT, adjoining the above, called “BROWN’S,” containing about 408 acres.

A TRACT on Bull Run containing about 1075 Acres.

A TRACT on Cedar Run, called “FITZHUGH’S,” containing about 575 acres.

A TRACT called “CHAMPS,” containing 765 acres.

A Tract in Fauquier County called “HALE’S,” containing about 1400 acres. With several smaller TRACTS, containing from 100 to 250 acres. All of which will be sold on favorable terms, upon application to Bernard Hooe, Esq. or the subscriber, in Alexandria.

Wm. H. Fowle Alexandria Gazette 1839 PUBLIC SALES – For Sale – Valuable lands in the Counties of Prince William and Fairfax, in Virginia.

In Prince William County one Tract of Land on LITTLE BULL RUN, containing about six hundred acres, now occupied by Cyrus C. Marsteller;

One other Tract of Land in the neighborhood of BETHLEHEM MEETING HOUSE containing about one hundred and twenty seven acres, now occupied by John Godfrey.

One other Tract of Land in the same neighborhood, containing about two hundred and forty acres, now occupied by John Woodyard.

One other Tract of Land, called and known by the name of BRADLEY containing about thirteen hundred and seventy-six acres, now occupied by Alexandria Howison; One other Tract of Land, containing, ten acres, adjoining the tract called Bradley.

One other Tract of Land, containing about Eight Acres, adjoining the Farm on which Bernard Hooe Sr., formerly resided, called HAZEL PLAIN, now occupied by Mrs. Shackleford.

In Fairfax County One Tract of Land on Cub Run, containing about six hundred and fifty acres, now occupied by John Lynn;

One other Tract of Land, called WOODLAWN, near Centreville, containing about four hundred and twenty-seven acres, now occupied by Alexandria S. Grigsby; and one other tract of land, near Centreville, containing about fifty-three acres now also occupied by the said Alexander S. Grigsby.

The sale of the above described lands will be made by the subscribers, under the authority of a decree of the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery for the County of Fairfax, in the suit of John H. Bernard, executor of Elizabeth Hipkins, deceased, and others, against the administrators and heirs of James H. Hooe and Elizabeth T. Hooe, deceased, and will commence at Fairfax County Court House on Friday, the 25th day of October next, and if necessary, be continued on the following day.

Terms of Sale – One tenth part of the purchase money to be paid in hand, as a deposit, to be forfeited if the purchasers shall fail to comply with the terms of sale, if the same be approved by the Court; and the remainder in two equal installments of one and two years, to bear interest from the day of sale, to be secured by the bonds of the purchasers, with securities to be approved of by the court, the title of the lands to be retained until the deferred installments shall be paid, and the lands to be liable to be resold by the order of the Court on default in payment of any of the deferred installments.

Robert I. Taylor, Commissioner Bernard Hooe, Commissioner Alexandria Gazette 27 April 1844 Valuable lands for sale in the Counties of Prince William and Fairfax, in Virginia. In Prince William County - one Tract of Land on Little Bull Run, containing about six hundred acres, believed to be now occupied by C. C. Marsteller: One other Tract of Land, in the immediate neighborhood of Bethlehem Meeting House, containing about one hundred and twenty seven acres, believed to be now occupied by Howson Pinn. One other Tract of Land in the same neighborhood, containing about two hundred and forty acres, believed to be now occupied by Walter Woodyard. One other Tract of Land, called and known by the name of Bradley, containing about thirteen hundred and seventy-six acres, now occupied by Alexander Howison; One other Tract of Land, containing eighty acres, adjoining HAZEL PLAIN, the former residence of Bernard Hooe Sr., deceased, and believed to be now occupied by James Robinson.

In Fairfax County One Tract of Land on Cub Run, containing about six hundred and fifty acres, and believed to be occupied by Warren Crosen. One other Tract of Land, called Wood Lawn, containing about three hundred and fifty eight acres, and believed to be now occupied by Garrett Freeman. One other tract of land containing about four hundred and seventy-seven acres is now occupied by the said James Fewell. The lands in Prince William are distant from Alexandria in the District of Columbia, generally, about thirty miles, and those in Fairfax about twenty to twenty-five miles, and immediately on a good Turnpike Road, leading to the said town of Alexandria. Mr. Thomas B. Gaines, who resides near Haymarket, in Prince William County, will show the Lands in that county to all persons wishing to see them, and he will give such information as may be desired in regard to the quality of the soil, the supply of wood and water, and the healthfulness of the country.





The Fairfax Lands are all immediately in the neighborhood of Centreville, and any information desired in regard to them will be readily furnished by the tenants in possession, or by the undersigned.

The sale of those in Fairfax County will be made at public auction, at Fairfax Court House, on Tuesday, the 25th day of June next, commencing at 11 o’clock in the morning, and those in Prince William will be offered at public sale at Brentsville, (Prince William Court House) on the following day, commencing at the same hour. Possession will be given to the purchasers at the end of the present year, and they will have the privilege of seeding a fall crop.

Terms of Sale – One tenth part of the purchase money of each tract above mentioned, will be required to be paid at the time of the sale, as a deposit, to be forfeited if the purchasers shall fail to comply with the terms of sale; and the remainder to be paid in three equal annual installments, to bear interest from the day of sale, to be secured by the bonds of the purchasers, with personal security to be approved of by the court, under whose decree this sale is made. The titles of the lands to be retained until the deferred installments shall be paid, and the lands to be liable to be resold by the order of the Court on default in the payment of any of the deferred installments. The Commissioners are authorized to sell the above lands by dividing and subdividing them as they may deem advisable.

Bernard Hooe, Commissioner of sale John Powell, Commissioner of sale Terms of Sale – One tenth part of the purchase money of each tract above mentioned, will be required to be paid at the time of the sale, as a deposit, to be forfeited if the purchasers shall fail to comply with the terms of sale; and the remainder to be paid in three equal annual installments, to bear interest from the day of sale, to be secured by the bonds of the purchasers, with personal security to be approved of by the court, under whose decree this sale is made. The titles of the lands to be retained until the deferred installments shall be paid, and the lands to be liable to be resold by the order of the Court on default in the payment of any of the deferred installments.

The Commissioners are authorized to sell the above lands by dividing and subdividing them as they may deem advisable.

Alexandria Gazette 25 Mar 1846

VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE IN THE COUNTIES OF PRINCE WILLIAM AND

FAIRFAX VIRGINIA – By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Superior Court of Law and Chancery, for the County of Fairfax, pronounced at its November Term, 1845, in two suits therein depending, in the name of John H. Bernard, Executor of Elizabeth Hipkins, against James H. Hooe’s administrator, and others, and Aris Buckner and wife against the same defendants, the undersigned will sell at Centreville, in the County of Fairfax, on the 25th day of May 1846, if fair, if not the next fair day, the following desirable tracts of land belonging to the estate of James H. Hooe, deceased in Prince William County, one tract of land on Little Bull Run, called “POPLAR FIELD,” containing about six hundred acres, now rented by C. C. Marsteller. One other tract of land immediate neighborhood of Bethlehem Meeting House, containing about one hundred and twenty seven acres, now occupied by Howson Pinn. One other Tract of Land in the same neighborhood, containing about two hundred and forty acres, now occupied by Walter Woodyard. One other Tract of Land, called and known by the name of BRADLEY, containing about thirteen hundred and seventy-six acres, now occupied by William Duvall, One tract adjoining Bradley, containing ten acres and one other tract of land containing about eight acres adjoining HAZEL PLAIN the former residence of Bernard Hooe, senior, deceased, now occupied by James Robinson.

In Fairfax County One Tract of Land on Cub Run, containing about six hundred and fifty acres, and believed to be occupied by Mr. Legg. One other Tract of Land, called WOOD LAWN, containing about three hundred and fifty acres, now occupied by Garrett Freeman and Henry Harrison. One other tract of land containing about four hundred and seventy-seven acres is now occupied by the said James Fewell, and another tract of land containing about fifty-three acres also occupied by James Fewell.

The Commissioners intend dividing these lands into smaller tracts to suit the convenience of purchasers, plats of which will be exhibited on the day of sale, and as soon as they are made out will be shown to any one disposed to purchase. The lands in Prince William are distant from Alexandria in the District of Columbia, generally, about thirty miles, and those in Fairfax about twenty to twenty-five miles, and immediately on a good Turnpike Road, leading to the said town of Alexandria. Several of these tracts are of the celebrated “red soil,” regarded by many as the best lands in the state, and are well worth the attention of those disposed to make investments in real estate. Mr. Thomas B. Gaines living near Haymarket, in Prince William County, will show the Lands in that county to all persons wishing to see them, and he will give such information as may be desired in regard to the quality of the soil, the supply of wood and water, and the healthfulness of the country. Either of the Commissioners will also furnish such information as they possess in regard to them.

Terms of Sale – One tenth part of the purchase money cash as a deposit, one fourth of the residue to be paid upon a confirmation of the sale; the balance in three equal annual installments, with interest from the day of sale, for which deferred payments, bonds with good personal security will be required, the title to be retained until full payment shall be made, Sale to commence at 11 o’clock, A. M.

F. L. Smith, Alexandria T. R. Love, Fairfax Court House Alexandria Gazette 20 Sep 1856 LAND FOR SALE – Will be sold at Public Auction, on the premises, on Wednesday, the 15th day of October next, if fair, if not, the next fair day, FIVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES OF LAND, of the red free stone soil, well enclosed, watered and timbered, about two miles from the contemplated Depot on the independent line of the Manassas Gap Rail Road, near Sudley Springs and Mill; all necessary buildings; the DWELLING HOUSE A TWO STORY FRAME, built in the best manner, containing eight rooms.

TERMS – One third cash, the remainder in five equal annual installments with interest from date of sale, and secured by a deed of trust on the land. The farm will be shown to anyone wishing to purchase it.

B. T. Chinn Groveton, Prince William County Alexandria Gazette 03 May 1871 AUCTION SALES – Public Sale of “HAZEL PLAIN” a valuable farm near Manassas, the Junction of the Orange, Alexandria and Manassas R. R. As trustee (substituted for George H.

Carter) in a deed executed by B. T. Chinn and wife, dated the 6th of May 1853, and of record in the county of Prince William, Virginia, the undersigned will offer for sale, by public auction, on the premises, on Wednesday, the 7th day of June, 1871, the TRACT OF LAND in said deed conveyed, which lies upon the Alexandria and Warrenton pike, within five miles of the village of Gainesville and Manassas, and contains 550 ACRES of which above three-fourths are arable, and the remainder in wood and timber. The buildings are the MANSION, with eight large rooms, needing repairs to make habitable, a small but comfortable LOG HOUSE occupied by the present tenant, a Stone Stable, and Log Corn House and Granary, “HAZEL PLAIN” is in a desirable and healthy section of the county of Prince William, near churches, schools, mills, and markets, 28 miles from the city of Alexandria and 5 from O. A. & M. R. R.; is of a red or chocolate colored soil, easily cultivated, very susceptible of improvement, and well supplied with water. Mr. Burnitz, resides on the farm, will show the property to anyone wishing to examine it. For further particulars apply to the subscribers/ TERMS: The deed of trust stipulates for a sale for cash; but the creditors ordering the sale will allow favorable terms of credit as to two thirds of the purchase money, if desired by the purchaser.

William H. Fitzhugh, Trustee, Fredericksburg, Va.



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