November 28, 1716.George Ollef, Washington Parish, witnessed the sale of land by Augustine Washington to Mark Cullum.Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills No. 6, 1716-1720, pages 34-37.Note:Augustine Washington was the father of George Washington and the parish was basically named for the family.
August 28, 1717.Mark Cullum and George Ollef were witnesses to the execution of the will of Dorothy Parsons.Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills No. 6, 1716-1720, pages 165-167.
August 5, 1719.George Oliff witnessed the accidental death of Joseph Baker.Signed by Nathaniel Pope-as in Pope's Creek.Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills No. 6, 1716-1720, page 542.
May 13, 1737.George Oliff bought 110 acres from David Brown.Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills 1723-1738, page 313a.Note:Wakefield, the Washington plantation, was nearby.George Washington was born at Wakefield on Pope's Creek.
April 4, 1747.George Oliff is a witness of a sale of land involving the Steels and Paytons.Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills 1744-1748, pages 346-348.
June 25, 1747.George Olliff, Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, planter, sells land to John Elliott.George Olliff, Jr. was a witness.Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills 1744-1748, pages 356-359.
December 31, 1747.George Olliff is a witness to sale of land involving the Finch family.Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills, 1747-1753, pages 10 and 11.
October 29, 1751.George Olliff is a witnes to a sale of land by Humphrey Pope to Mathew Bayne.Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills 1747-1751, page 154.
April 3, 1748.In the name of God, amen.I George Olliff, of parish of Washington in county of Westmoreland being in low condition but of perfect and sound sense and memory, blessed be God for it…I bequeath to my son George 1,230 pounds of tobacco and half my corn, two iron pots, middle sized ones and one mare called Crickett…I give to my daughter Rebecca on crop hogshead of tobacco of a 1000 neat, my bed and furniture, two iron pots, a large one and a small one and hooks, and all my meat and two barrels of Indian corn, one spayed mare of my chests and one cowhide to be divided between she and here brother George after it is tanned…I give to my son James one black heifer, one young cow, my wearing clothers and the remainder of the tobacco…I give to my granddaughter Jemima Thrashall one shilling sterling…the remainder part of my household goods to be divided among my three children, George, James, and Rebecca.George Olliff, Jr. acted as executor.Recorded June 8, 1748.Westmoreland County, Virginia Deeds & Wills 1747-1753.
August 23, 1799.Sarah Olliff's will was executed on November 26, 1799.Daughter Ann to receive the feather bed, two chests, pewter and household goods; son George to receive one bull, feather bed, looking glass and pestle; daughter Lucy a box and a trunk.Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills 1654-1800, Volume XX, page 203.