Recent acreage and estate sales in Fauquier County included the following, selected from information furnished by Deed Fax, a Manassas realty publishing house.

The Fairfax and Oakton States of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints recently acquired two tracts of "Lee Mill Farm" with 384 acres fronting on the Rapphannock River for $350,000. The properties, located on Rte. 651, Lee district, were sold by Lofton H. White.

Elizabeth Schultz Rigg sold an 86-acre estate on Route 50, near Middleburg, for $665,000 to Brook Hill Farm, Inc.

George C. Elmore sold a property with 515 acres on Rte. 608, Lee district, for $373,608 to Brendan C. Stack.

James H. Little IV sold a 75-acre estates on Rte. 626, Scott district, for $200,000 to J. Carter Brown, director of the National Gallery of Art.

Sydney L. Manson Jr. sold a 146-acre parcel on the Rappahannock River, off Rte. 632 in Lee district, for $258,900 to the Virginia Commission of Game and Inland Fisheries.

Thomas B. Wine sold at 147-acre property of Rte. 647, Marshall district, for $160,000 to Bobby F. Carey.

T.P. Modine sold a 147-acre tract, Hume, for $210,000 to Austin W. Bach.