Thursday, March 13, 2014

Those Places Thursday: Pageland

Alexandria Gazette
February 17, 1837


By virtue of a deed of trust from Thomas P. Hooe to the subscriber, dated the 14th Nov., 1833, and recorded in the Clerk's office, of Prince William County, I shall expose to sale, for cash, to the highest bidder on the premises, on Friday, the 24th day of March, 1837, at 12 o'clock, M., a tract of Land, lying in the County of Prince William, called Pageland, containing by estimation 762 acres.  Such title will only be given as is vested in the trustee.

feb 16 - ts

Alexandria Gazette
October 27, 1855

VALUABLE LAND IN PRINCE WILLIAM FOR RENT. -- The subscriber offers for rent his land near Haymarket, known as "Pageland" and "The Poplar Field" Tracts, comprising 1300 acres of the most valuable land in the county for farming and grazing, divided into 12 fields, including 150 acres of meadow. -- The fields not in cultivation, are set in grass. -- There are good buildings of every description, and a Country Mill on the farm.  The situation is one of the most healthy, and near the Gainesville Station of the Manassas Gap Railroad.  Early application is requested.  The privilege of fallowing immediately.

Cyrus C. Marsteller
Haymarket, je 16 -- eo3t&wtf

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