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MS181 - Indenture conveying property to Peter Hunt

Outside Fold:

Deed

William Bell and John Fromberger

& Peter Hunt

 

Inside Fold:

On this eleventh Day of January one thousand seven hundred and ninety seven Before me Isaac Smith one of the justices of the supreme court of the State of New Jersey.....personally appeared William Bell and John Fromberger in the within Indenture names and in due Form of Law acknowledges the fame (same) as their Act and Deed: In Testimony whereof and in Order that the same may be recorded as such I have hereunto set my hand & Seal the Day and Year aforesaid----

                                                                                                Isaac Smith

 

Inside Fold:

Recorded in Silver A. T. of Deeds xxx 271 &c. Remaining in the Secretary's Offices for the State of New Jersey at the City of Trenton.

                                                            John Beatty Sec'y

 

Inside Text:

This Indenture Made the thirty first day of December in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety six Between William Bell and John Fromberger of the City of Philadelphia Merchants of the one part and ........Peter Hunt of the State of New Jersey Esquire of the other part Witnefseth that the said William Bell and John Fromberger for and in Consideration of the Sum of Seven hundred Pounds Current Money of Pennsylvania unto them at or before the fealing (sealing) and delivery hereof by the said....Peter Hunt well and truly paid the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted bargained and sold aliened enfeoffed (?)  released and confirmed and by these presents Do grant bargain and sell alien enfeoff (?) release and confirm unto the said .....Peter Hunt and to his Heirs and afsigns A certain Lot or piece of Land lying and being in the Town of Lamberton in the County of Burlington in New Jersey aforesaid (subject to the payment of seventeen Spanish milled dollars and on e third of a Dollar per Annum to Lanbert Cadwalader for ever Beginning at the distance of one Chain from a Stone on the Bank of the River Delaware in the Line of John Mitchell's (late Daniel Coxe's land) then along the said Line Easterly five chains to a Stone in said Line- standing on the West Side of Front Street then along said Street Southerly three Chains and forty eight Links to Lambert Cadwaladers Corner Stone then by said Cadwalader's Lot xxx five Chains to a Stone on the Eastern side of the Street upon the Bank of the River Delaware being one Chain distant from the Brink of the said Bank then up the Easterly side of the aforesaid Street on the Bank of the Delaware two Chains and ninety five Links to the place of Beginning together with the Shore of the River opposite said last described Front Line so far into the River so the said Cadwalader hath right extending from the West Side of the Street on the Bank into the River Delaware And also another Lot or piece of Land adjoining the above Beginning at the East side of the Street on the Bank of the River Delaware the Corner of the above described Lot taken of Lambert Cadwalader on a Ground Rent of seventeen spanish milled dollars and one third of a dollar per Annum and running thence southerly along said Street one Chain then Easterly in a Line parrallel to the Southernmost Course of the said Lot taken on Ground Rent as aforesaid five Chains back to Front Street thence up the said Front Street one Chain to the other Corner of the Lot taken on Ground Rent as aforesaid then Westerly along the southernmost Line of said Lot taken on Ground Rent as aforesaid five Chains to the place of Beginning containing half an acre of Land together with the Shore of the River Delaware Westward of the Street of the Bank of said River so far as William Richards deceased had Right And also two other Lots in the Town of Lamberton aforesaid and subject to the payment of four spanish milled dollars per Annum for ever the first of which Lots is bounded as follows Beginning at a post the East side of Water Street corner to the said William Richards half acre Lot granted him in fee simple by Lambert Cadwalader thence by the half acre Lot said Richards's half acre Lot four Chains and seventy links to Water ftreet (street) thence up the East side of Water Street to the place of beginning containing twenty five perches together with the Water Lot fronting the aforesaid Piece of Land The second Lot is bounded as follows Beginning at a post on the East side of Water Street Corner to the said first above described piece of Land granted to the said Richards and running thence along the Line of the said described piece of Land containing twenty five perches Eastwardly to Front Street thence down the West side of Front Street six feet thence Westerly in a line parallell to the first above described Line of this second Lot to Water Street thence up the East side of water Street six feet to the place of beginning together with the Water Lot opposite to the said six feet on Water Street  Being the same premises which Abraham Hewlings Jun'r then Sheriff of the County of Burlington by Indenture bearing date the twenty seventh day of August in the Year one thousand seven hundred and ninety two granted and conveyed unto the siad John Fromberger and William Bell in fee As by the said Indenture recorded in the Secretary's Office of the State of New Jersey at the City of Burlington in Book AR of Deeds page 45 &c Ďa (etcetera) Reference thereunto being had may more fully appear  Together with all and singular the houses Buildings Improvements Ways Woods Waters Watercourses Rights priviledges Members and appurtenances whatsoever to the same belonging or in any wise appertaining And the Reversions and Remainders Rents Issues and Profits thereof, And also all the Estate Right Title Interest property Claim and demand whatsoever of them the said William Bell and John Fromberger of in or to the same or any part thereof To have and to hold the said Lots or pieces of Lands Hereditaments and premises hereby granted or mentioned and intended so to be with the appurtenances unto the said....Peter Hunt his Heirs and afsigns to the only proper Use Benefit and Behoof of the said....Peter Hunt his Heirs and afsigns forever......under and subject as aforesaid And the said William Bell and John Fromberger for themselves their Heirs Executors and Administrators Do hereby covenant promise and agree to and with the said...Peter Hunt and his Heirs that they the said William Bell and John Fromberger and their Heirs the said described Lots or pieces of Land hereditaments and premises hereby granted or intended so to be with the appurtenances and every part and parcel thereof and to the said.... Peter Hunt his Heirs and afsigns against them the said William Bell and John Fromberger and their Heirs and against all and every other person and person whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim by from or under and them or any or either of them shall and warrant and for ever defend by these presents In Witnefs whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto interchangeably set their Hands and Seals  the day and Year first above written.

 

Sealed and Delivered in the presence of us

xxx

George Fromberger

 

Received the day of the date of the above written Indenture of the therein named....Peter Hunt the fum (sum) of Seven hundred Pounds current Money of Pennsylvania being in full of the Consideration Money above mentioned                                                William Bell

Witnefses at signing                                                                   John Fromberger

xxx

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