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The following land information is derived from Land Book 1866-1872 at the Logan County Clerk’s Office in Logan, WV:
Daniel McCoy (of Logan County)1
[On December 27, 1841, Andrew Varney deeded 200 acres to Daniel McCoy for $100. Part of John Green survey bought of John Lawson by said Varney and Randolph McCoy2; references the Stafford farm; lists A. Ferrell and John Ferrell as justices of the peace. Deed Book B, page 367-368.]
[On September 17, 1845, Randolph2 and Anna McCoy of Pike County, KY, deeded 200 acres to Daniel McCoy for $300. Deed Book B, page 538-539.]
No property listed in 1865.
1866: Magnolia Township
200 acres Sandy River $6 per acre $50 building $1200 total
1867: Magnolia Township
200 acres Sandy River $6.83 per acre $50 building $1200 total
1868: Magnolia Township
200 acres Two Tracts Sand Lick Creek $6.30 per acre $50 building $1260 total
1869-1871: Magnolia Township
200 acres Sandy River $6.30 per acre $50 building $1260 total
1872: Magnolia Township
Daniel McCoy deeded 200 acres on Sandy River worth $6.30 per acre with $50 building total $1260 to Robert Jackson and others of Logan County
No property listed thereafter.
1Father to Randolph and Harmon McCoy of Hatfield-McCoy Feud fame.
2Son of William and Cordelia (Campbell) McCoy.