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1720: Cecil County Maryland Deed Bk 3 P 343 https://mdlandrec.net/main/ This Indenture made the Seventh day of October the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and twenty between Roger Merrick of Cecil county in the Province of Maryland, farmer, and David Merick of the County of Philadelphia in the province of Pennsylvania farmer of the one part and John Glenn, Robert Glenn and p 344 James Glenn of the County of Cecil and the Province of Maryland farmer of the other part whereas there is a certain tract or parcel of Land Situate and being in Cecil County in the Province of Maryland and upon the East side of Elk River Beginning at a Bounded Stake Marked with twelve notches standing on a piece of Meadow ground in the Middle of the line Between Roger Merick and Evan and Isaac James and to the Corner to the said Land turning from the said Stake East North East two hundred Perches to a corner Marked Black Oak thence South South East two hundred perches to a Marked White Oak then West South West two hundred perches to a Marked White Oak thence North North West to the first beginning containing two hundred and fifty acres more or less being part of one thousand acres of land commonly called and known by the name of Griffin Surveyed for and in the name of Griffith Jones late of the Province of Maryland aforesaid Gent. Deceased as by a return of Survey thereof Made and dated the twenty fifth day of May one thousand six hundred eighty three as appears upon record in the Land office of the sd Province of Maryland which said one thousand acres of Land the said Griffith Jones being lawfully seized of hath by deed of ? of fee simple duly executed and acknowledged in his lifetime granted bargained aliened Sold and enseossed and confirmed unto Thomas Callaston Eldest son of Thomas Callaston late of the County of New Castle upon Dellaware yeoman deceased bearing date the fifth day of July anno Dom one thousand seven hundred and two hold Use occupy possess and enjoy the same with all its appurtenances Reversions whatsoever and for the said Thomas Callaston his heirs and assigns forever for and in consideration of a Competent sum of money by the said Wallaston paid to the said Griffith Jones as by the same deed Relation being thereunto had p 345 had may at large be made appear and the said Thomas Wallaston has for the consideration of the sum of eighty pounds currant money of Maryland to him in hand paid by the said Roger Merick and David merick hath given granted sold enseossed and confirmed unto the said Roger and David Merick the quantity of two hundred fifty acres of Land part of the said thousand acres hereinfore expressed the same to be and for them theire heirs and assigns forever with the Reversions and Remainders together with all its appurtenances whatsoever as by a deed of bargain and sell duly acknowledged and recorded gearing the date of one and thirtieth day of May Anno Dom one thousand seven hundred and fifteen relation being thereunto had it doth and may more at large appear Now this Indenture Witnesseth that the said Roger Merick and David Merick for the consideration of the sum of one hundred and seven pounds current silver money of Maryland to them in hand paid by them the said John Glenn Robert Glenn and James Glenn the Receipt whereof the said Roger Merick and David Merick do hereby acknowledge and forever requitt and discharge them and every of them the said John Glenn Robert Glenn and James Glenn their heirs Exrs Admrs and of and from every part and parcel thereof hath given granted bargained aliened sold enseossed and confirmed and by these Presents doth for each and every and either of them and every and either of our heirs Exrs and Admrs give grant bargain alien sell enseoss and confirm unto them the said John Glenn Robert Glenn and James Glenn all the aforesaid two hundred and fifty acres of Land part of the said one thousand acres as the same is herein before limited and described and all the woods underwoods, meadows, swamps, Cripples, and ways Waters Water Courses Orchards houses barnes buildings, rights, members, privileges, liberties improvements hereditaments P 346 heredtaments and appurtenances whatsoever to the same belonging or in any ways appertaining and the Reversion and Reversions Remainder and Remainders Rents Issues Profits thereof to have and to hold the said two hundred and fifty acres of land and premises hereby granted with the appurtenances and hereditaments thereof unto them and each and every of them the said john Glenn Robert Glenn and James Glenn they and every of their heires to have hold use occupy possess and enjoy the same freely and clearly Exonerated and discharged of and from all and every manner of former gifts grants bargains sales legators judgments executions divers rights and titles of Dowers settlements Extents and of and from all and all and every other Incomberance whatsoever as quit rents and impositions that may hitherto happen or become due upon or against the premises herein and hereby Granted land and premises the said Roger Merick and David Merick they and every of their heirs Exrs and Admrs will warrant and against all persons whatsoever forever defend in a special manner against the said Griffin Jones and his heirs and against the said Thomas Wallaston and his heirs and likewise against all other persons whatsoever lawfully claiming or to claim any Right thereunto the Rent or Rents henceforth becoming due to the chief Lord or Lords of fee only excepted unto him and every of them the said John Glenn, Robert Glenn, and James Glenn they and every of their heirs and assigns forever and the said Roger Merick and David Merick do and by these Present doth oblige themselves and their p 347 their heires upon the cost and charges of him the said John Robert and James or either of them at any time henceforth to make Seal and Delivery all and every such further act and acts thing and things device and devices whatsoever as his or their counsel learned in the Law shall reasonably require unto them the said John Glenn Robert Glenn and James Glenn or every or either of them for the surer holding possessing and quiet enjoying the premises with the appurtenances Reversion and Reversions Remainder and Remainders Whatsoever together with all and every such Conveyances and deeds and writing to the same belonging or in any wise appertaining and all and every part and parcel thereof to and for the only use and behoofs of them the said John Glenn Robert Glenn and James Glenn, every and either of them and every and either of their heirs Exrs Admrs and assigns forever according to the meaning purport and express words of the said indenture and to none other intent and purpose whatsoever in Testimony of all and Singular the grants bargains Sales Covenants and agreements herein Specified and Expressed of and concerning the Premises hereby granted or intended to be granted to them the said John Glenn Robert Glenn and James Glenn and every and either of them the said Roger Merick and David Merick hath to these presents hereunto sett their hands and affixed their Seals-the day and year (upon the other side of this sheet and paper and first written Signed Sealed and delivered in the sight of Roger Merick (seal) Isaac James David Thomas, Jno Thomas, David Merick (seal) Cecil County Maryland October 12th, 1720 Then came before he the Subscribers two of his Lordships Justices of the Above County the within Roger Merick and David Merick who acknowledged the within writings their act and deed Rt Thompson acknowledged before me John Dowd Clk Recorded this 5th day of Aprill 1721 JP J. Knight Clk.

1721: P 348 know all men by these presents that we Roger Merick of Cecil County in the Province of Maryland farmer and David Merick of the County of Philadelphia farmer do Stand firmly bound indebted unto John Glenn Robert Glenn and James Glenn all of Cecil County in the Province of Maryland farmers in the full just sum of two hundred fourteen pounds of good and lawful Silver Money of Maryland to be paid to the said John Glenn Robt Glen and James Glenn they or either of them or either of their heirs Exrs Admrs or assigns to which payment will and truly to be made and done we bind us every and either of us every either of our heirs Exrs and Admrs to the whole and for the whole jointly and severally firmly by these presents Sealed with our hands and Seals dated this seventh day of October anno Domini One thousand seven hundred and twenty the condition of the above written obligation is such that if the above named Roger Merick and David Merick either of them or either of their heirs Exrs and Admrs shall and do for his and their parts in all things well and truly perform fulfill accomplish pay and keep all and singular of covenants grants articles Claims Provisions Payments conditions and agreements whatsoever which on his and their parts and behalf are or ought to be observed, performed fullfulled accomplished and kept comprised mentioned in one pair of Indetures bearing even date with these psnts made or expressed to be made between them the said Roger Merick and David Merick of the one part and them the above named Jno Glenn Robert Glenn and James Glenn of the other part and that in and by all things according to the contents purposes true intents and meaning of the same Indenture without fraud or Covin then this present obligation to be voyd and of none effect or else the same to be , remain in full force and virtue Signed Sealed and deld in the sight and presence of Roger Merick (seal) Isaac James and Jno James David Merick (seal) Recorded this 5th day of April 1721 JP J Knight Clk.

1726: DEED BK 3 p 399 This Indenture made the twenty fifth day of August in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and twenty six between Roger Merick of Cecil County in the province of Maryland farmer and David Merick late of the same Place farmer and Joseph Thomas of the County of New Castle upon Dellaware in the Territories of Pennsylvania farmer of the other part. Witnesseth that whereas there is a certain tract or parcel of Land Situate and being in Cecil County in the Province of Maryland and upon the East side of Elk River Beginning at a Bounded marked Stake Standing and being the third corner Part of a Stake of Land called the Griffin and is the first Corner Stake of the hereinafter bargained tract or parcel of Land and from the said corner stake running South South East eighty perches then West South West two hundred perches thence north north west eighty perches thence East north east two hundred perches thence north east two hundred perches to the place of Beginning containing and now laid out for one hundred acres of Land called Griffin as aforesaid Surveyed and Returned in the Name of Griffith Jones late of the Province of Maryland aforesaid Gent decd as by the Return thereof survey thereof made fifth day of May one thousand six hundred and eighty three as appears supon record in the Land office of the said Province of Maryland which said one thousand acres of Land the said Griffith Jones hath and by deed asseosant of fee simple unto Thomas Wallaston eldest son and heir of Thomas Wallaston late of the County of New Castle upon Delaware Yeoman deceasesd bearing the date the Fifth day of July Anno Domini One Thousand Seven Hundred and two thereby to hold and enjoy the same with all the appurtenances and Reversions whatsoever to and for the said Thomas Wallaston his heires and assigns

Deed Bk 3 p 400 assigns forever for and in Consideration of a Competant Sum of Money by the said Wallaston paid to the said Griffith Jones as by the same deed may be made to appear and the said Thomas Wallaston Junr for and in consideration of the sum of eighty Pounds Currancy to him paid by the said Roger Merick and David Merick hath granted bargained and sold unto them the she said Roger Merick and David Merick hath quantity of five hundred aces of Land it being one half or Moiety of the above Mentioned one thousand acres herein described the same to be to and for them their heires assigns forever with the Reversions and Remainders together with all its appurtenances whatsoever by a deed of bargain and Sale duly acknowledged, recorded bearing date the one and thirtieth day of May Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and fifteen Relation being thereunto had it doth and may at large appear. Now this Indenture Witnesseth tht the said Roger Merick and David Merick for and in Consideration of the sum of forty Pounds current Silver Money of Maryland to them in hand paid by the said Joseph Thomas the Receipt Whereof they do hereby acknowledge and forever acquit and discharge the said Joseph Thomas His heires, Executors, Administrators, and of and from every part, parcel, thereof, hath given, granted, bargained, aliened, sold, enseossed and confirmed and by these presents doth for us for every and either of us and for every and either of our heires, Executors, and Administrators give, grant bargain alien enseousse and confirm unto the said Joseph Thomas all the aforesaid One hundred acres of Land part of the said one Thousand acres and being likewise part of the five hundred acres of Land and accordingly as the same hath been herein before Mentioned limited and described in the same (modle?) shape

P 401 shape form and figure and immovable at the same place Where the Hereby granted one hundred acres of land hath been latterly run out and Resurveyed all woods underwoods Meadows Swamps Cripples Ways Waters Water Courses rights Members Privileges Liberties improvements hereditaments and appurtenances Whatsoever or in any wise appertaining or to the same belonging and the reversion and reversions, Remainder and reents Issues Profitts thereof To have and to hold the said one hundred acres of Land and premises hereby granted with the hereditaments and appurtenances thereof unto the said Joseph Thomas his heires and assigns to have and to hold use occupy possess and enjoy the same Executed and discharged of and from all and every manner of former gifts grants Bargains Sales Loyalties, Judgments, Extents Dowers Rights and Titles of Dowers and Settlements and Executions and free and clear from all other incumbrances Whatsoever as quit rents and all other Inpositions that may hitherto happen or become due upon or against the Premises herein, hereby granted or intended to be granted unto the said Joseph Thomas his heires and assigns forever and for the further and better assurance and Confirmation of the herein, hereby granted Land Premises it is Covenanted and agreed upon by and between the said parties to here assents that the said Roger Merick and David Merick obligeth themselves jointly and Severally their heires, Executors, Administerors every and either of them the said bargained Land Premises and Warrant and against all persons whatsoever the same forever to defend and in a Special Manner against Griffith Jones Thomas Collaston they and every and either of them and every and either of their heires, Exrs, and Admrs and also against all other person or persons whatsoever lawfully claiming or to claiming or to claim any Right thereunto the

p 402 the Rent or Rents henceforth becoming due to the chief Lord or Lords in the fee only excepted unto him the said Joseph Thomas heires and assigns forever and the said Roger Merick and David Merick and every of us and every and either of our heires Exrs and Admrs shall and will upon the Cost and charges of the said Joseph Thomas make Make Seal and Deliver al and every such further act acts things Device and Devices whatsoever as his or their Counsill learned in the Law shall Reasonalbe be Required unto him the said Joseph Thomas hix heires or Assigns for the sure holding enjoying and possessing the premises with the appurtenances and reversions Whatsoever with all and every such deeds, evidences and conveyances in writings as in any wise to the same ascertain or belong and all and every part and parcel thereof for the only use and behoof of him the said Joseph Thomas his heires and assigns forever in testimony of all and Singular the gifts grants Bargains Sales and all the herein Specified Covenants of or concerning the Premises herein and hereby granted to the sd Joseph Thomas whereof both parties to these Presents hath hereunto interchangeably set their hands and affixed their Seales the day and year first upon the other side of this sheet of paper written Roger Merick (seal) Signed, Sealed and delivered in the sight of Isaac and David Merick (seal) Lewis S. Griffith Thomas Thomas, Jno Thomas Cecil County ? December 5th 1721. Then came before the Subscribers two of his Lordships Justices of the Peace for this county Roger Merick, and David Merick and acknowleged the above Instrument to be their act and deed Acknowledges before us WWBibber Recorded this 5th day of December 1721 Saml Alexander PS Knight, Clerk DEED BK 3 P 449

1721: This Indenture made the third day of December in the Year of our Lord One Thousand Seven hundred and Twenty One Between Robert Glenn and mary his wife of Cecil county and Province of Maryland farmer and John Glenn and Isabell his wife of the same place farmer and James Glenn of the same place farmer of the one part and David Thomas of the County of New Castle on Delaware in the territories of Pennsylvania and Joseph Thomas of the Counties Provinces and Territories also farmer of the other part Witnesseth whereas there is a tract or parcel of land Situate lying and being in Cecil County in the province of Maryland and on the East side of the Elk River beginning at a bounded stake standing in a piece of meadow ground in the Middle of the line between Roger Merrick and Evan and Isaac James and is the corner and first Beginning of the hereinafter granted tract or Parcell of land running from the said stake East North East two hundred perches thence South South East two hundred perches thence West South West two hundred perches Thence North North West to the first Beginning Containing two hundred and fifty acres of land more or less it being part of one thousand acres of land called Griffin laid out formerly for Griffith Jones of the Province of Maryland, gent. The said Griffith Jones for and in consideration of a compleat sum of money to be paid by Thomas Wallaston of the County

P 450 County of New castle on Delaware in the Territories of Pennsylvania, he the said Griffith Jones hat by a deed of Bargain and sale bearing date the fifth day of July in the year One thousand Seven hundred and two sold and confirmed the said one thousand acres of land with the Reversions and Remainders to the said Thomas Wallaston his heirs and assigns forever Relation being thereunto had it doth and may more fully and at large appear and the said Thomas Wallaston for and in consideration of the sum of eighty pounds currency to him in hand paid by Roger Merrick and David Merrick of Cecil County and the province of Maryland aforesaid farmer hath by a deed of bargain and sale bearing the date the one and thirtieth day of May in the year Seventeen hundred and fifteen bargained sold and confirmed One moity of the said one thousand acres of land above mentioned with the Reversions and Remainders unto the said Roger Merick and David Merick their heirs and assigns forever Relation being thereunto had it doth more fully and at large appear and the said Roger Merrick and David Merick for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred seven pounds Curry to them in hand paid by them the said Robert Glenn, John Glenn, and James Glenn hath by a deed of Bargain and Sale bearing date the seventh day of October in the year Seventeen hundred and Twenty Bargained Sold and Confirmed the quantity of two hundred and fifty acres of the above mentioned one thousand acres of land as the same has been above Described unto them the said Robert Glenn, John Glenn, and James Glenn together with

P 451 with the Reversions and Remainders their heirs and assigns forever Relation being thereunto had doth more fully and at large appear. Now this Indenture witnesseth of the said Robert Glenn, Jno Glenn, and James Glenn for and in consideration of the sum of fifty pounds Curry Silver money of Maryland to them in hand paid by the said David Thomas and Joseph Thomas the receipt whereof they they do hereby acknowledge and forever acquit and discharge the said David Thomas and Joseph Thomas and every of them and every of their heirs Exrs and Admrs and of and from every part and parcel thereof hath given, granted, , bargained, Sold, incessed and Confirmed and by these presents do fully and absolutely for us and either of us and every or either of our heirs, Exrs, Admrs, give, grant, bargain, Sell, alien, and ensues and confirm unto them the said David Thomas and Joseph Thomas all the aforesaid two hundred and fifty acres of land as the same hath been herein above bounded, limitted, and Described together with all houses, Barns, Buildings, Stables, orchards, Meadows, Pastures, feildings, Woods, Timbers, trees, Ways, Waters , Water Courses, Easements, Emmoluments, hereditaments, and appurtenances whatsoever to the same Belonging or in any wise appertaining and the Reversions and Remainders of all and Singular the pieces and every part and parcel thereof and all the Estate, Right, Title, Interest, Property, claim, and demand whatsoever of them and of all and every of them the said Robert Glenn, John Glenn, James Glenn, their heirs, Exrs, and Admrs, of in upon or unto the premises or any part or parcel thereof, TO HAVE AND TO HOLD, The two hundred and

P 452 and fifty acres of land with all its appurtenances abpove granted with the said David Thomas and Joseph Thomas their heirs and assigns forever to have hold, occupy, possess enjoy The same free and clear from all and every manner of former Gifts, grants, bargains, Later joyntures; Judgments, Executions, Fines, Statutes, Dower Rights, and Title of Dowers, Quitrents, and other Impositions Whatsoever, the Rent or Rents henceforth becoming due to the Chief Lord or Lords of the (?) only Excepted, to and for the only and proper use and behoof of him the said David Thomas and Joseph Thomas, or their heirs or assigns Provided Nevertheless If the said Robert Glenn, John Glenn, and James Glenn or either of their heirs, Exrs, Admrs or either of them, do and shall Well and Truly will pay unto the said David and Joseph Thomas or either of them or either of their heirs, Exrs, Admrs, or Assigns the full whole and just sum of fifty pounds Curr. Silver money of Pennsylvania at or before the third day of November shall be in the year Seventeen hundred twenty four together with two years Lawful Interest therewith in one whole entire payment without Loud or further delay then this Present Indenture of Bargain and Sale shall Cease and be utterly Voyd to all Intents, Constructions, and Purposes whatsoever as if the said had never been Made and Perfected or elese the same shall stand in full force and virtue anything these present contained to the Contrary thereof in any wise Withstanding and the said Robert Glenn, John Glenn and James Glenn and same do covenant, promise and agree for themselves, their Heirs, Exrs, Admrs, to and with them, the said David Thomas and P 453 and Joseph Thomas their Heirs, Exrs, Admrs, and Assigns and every of them by these presents that in case default shall be made of or in the payment of the said sum of Fifty Pounds with the said Interest herein above mentioned at the day and time specified and excorcised for the payment thereof that from then and from thenceforth and at all times afterwards do it shall and may be lawful to and for them or either of them their heires Exrs Admrs and assigns to enter into have hold use occupy possess and enhjoy all the said two hundred fifty acres of land and all other the pssed herein and hereby granted without any Lawfull Lett Suit trouble due all Disturbance Interruption Molestation or hindrance of or by them the said Robert Glenn, John Glenn, and James Glenn their heirs Exrs admrs or assigns or any of them or of or by any other person or persons whatsoever and that then they the said Robert Glenn Jno Glenn and James Glenn and every of them shall and will make doe Execute Suffer Acknowledge Seale and deliver all and every such further Act and Acts thing and things Device and devices whatsoever for the further Surer and better Conveying of the said two hundred and fifty acres of Land by these Presents granted unto them the said David Thomas and Joseph Thomas their heires and assigns forever or by his or their Council learned in the law shall be reasonably devised Advised or Required and it is coveneanted Concluded and agreed upon by and between the said parties to these Presents that they the said Robt Glenn John Glenn and James Glenn is Lawfully Seixed of the Premises hereby granted and that they have full and absolute Power and authority to sell and prepose the same and it shall and may be Lawfull to and for them the said Robert Glenn Jno Glenn and James Glenn or any or either of them their heires or assigns to receive and take all theRents Issues and Proffitts of the Premises until default shall be made in the payment of the said fifty pounds and interest aforesaid at or upon the day and time aforsd with any let Suitt trouble denial or Interruption of them the said David Thomas or Joseph Thomas as their heires or assigns or any other person or persons whatsoever claiming under them by virtue and force of these presents In testimony of all and singulair the gifts grants bargains sales and Covenants whasoever herein incerted we have hereunto interchangeably Sett our hands and affixed our Seals the day and year first above written ) Robert Glenn (seal) Signed Sealed and delivered in the sight and presence of) ) the mark of Margt Glenn (seal) John Roland ) Isabell (her mark) Glenn (seal) Andw Alexander ) John Glenn (seal) James Glenn (seal) April 7-9 1722 This day came before us two of his Lordships Justices of the Peace for this County John Glenn and Isabell his wife Robt Glenn and Mary his wife and James Glenn all within Mentioned of the said Women being Privately examined by us hath Declared that they are freely contented with the Within bargained and Sale without any threatening or Constraint Whatsoever and te said Jno Robert and James Glenn as also the said Isabell and Mary Glenn hath acknowledged the Within p/ps tp their Act and Deed Sam Alexander James Alexander Recorded the 20th day of Aprill 1722 P.S. Knight Clk.

1725: This Indenture made the twenty seventh day of March in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and twenty five Between John Glen of the township of Sadsbury in the County of Chester and Province of Pennsylvania farmer of the one part and Robert Glen and James Glen of Cecil County in the Province of Marylaqnd farmers of the other part Witnesseth that the said John Glen for and in Consideration of fourty pounds Currant Silver money of the Province of Maryland paid by them the said Robert Glen and James Glen The Receipt whereof is the said John Glen doth hereby acknowledge and forever acquit and discharge them and every of them the said Robert Glen James Glen their heirs Exers Admrs of and from every part and parcel thereof hath Remised Released and forever quit claim and by these Presents doth for himself and his heirs fully Clearly and absolutely Remise Release and forever quit claim unto Robert Glen and James Glen their heirs and assigns forever All such Estate Interest Title or Demand Whatsoever that he the said John Glen has hath or ought to have of in or to two hundred and fifty acres of land with the appurtencances thereunto belonging being in the tenure and Occupation of the said Robert and James Glen Purchased from Roger Merrick of the Cecil County in the Province of Maryland and David Merrick of Philadelphia County and Province of Pennsulvania by the said John Glen Robert Glen and James Glen as by an Indenture bearing date the Eleventh day of October one thousand Seven hundred and twenty Relation being thereunto had more fully appears. To have and to hold all the said two hundred and fifty acres of land with the Appurtenances unto the said Robert Glen and James Glen their heirs and assigns to the only use and behoof of them the said Robert Glen and James Glen their heirs and assigns forever so that the said John Glenn his heirs or any person or persons in his or their name or in the name Right or Stead of any of them shall or will by Any Means or way hereafter claims challenges or Demand any Estate Right Title or Interest of in or to any of the premises or any part thereof they and every of them shall be utterly Excluded and barred forever by these presents And also the said John Glenn and his heirs the said two hundred and fifty acres of land and Appurtenances to the said Robert Glenn and James Glenn their heirs and assigns to their own Proper Use the manner afore Specified against his heirs and assigns and every of them shall Warrant and forever defend by these Presents In Witness Whereof the said John Glenn hath hereunto sett his hand and Seal the day and year first above written…John Glenn (seal) Signed Sealed and Delivered in the Presence of Saml Alexander and John Alexander.

On the back side of the Proceeding Release endorsed and written as followeth viz. Know all men by these presents that I John Glenn have constituted my trusty friend Robert Bohanan of Cecil County My Lawfull Attorney And by these presents do give and grant unto him my full power and authority to acknowledge the within Deed of release and in relation thereunto to Act and Perform all things necessary as amply and fully as I could do were I Personally present, In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty ninth day of March anno Dom. One thousand Seven Hundred and twenty five Witness Prent. John Glenn (seal) Saml Alexander John Alexander This day came before me the Subscribers two of his Lorships notices for Cecil County Robert Bohanan being thereto Impowered as by Letter of Attorney herein Indorsed and Acknowledged the within Lease according to Law Wittness our hands this James Alexander Rd Thompson Recorded the 11th day of June Anno Dom 1725 R L Knight Clrk

Deed Bk 4 p 173 This Indenture made the twenty seventh day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and twenty five between John Glen of the township of Sadsbury and the County of Chester and Province of Pennsylvania farmer of the one part and Robert Glen and James Glen of Cecil County in the province of Maryland farmers of the other part Witnesseth that the said John Glen for and in Consideration of fourty Pounds (Current Money of the Province of Maryland paid by them the said Robert Glen and James Glen the Receipt whereof the said John Glenn doth hereby acknowledge and forever acquit and discharge them and every of them the said Robert Glen James Glen their heirs Exrs Admrs of and from every part and parcel thereof Hath Remised Released and forever quit claimed by these Presents doth for himself and his heirs fully

Deed Bk 4 p 174 Fully clearly and absolutely Remise Release and forever quit Claim unto Robert Glen and James Glen and to their heirs and assigns forever all such Estate Interest Title or Demand whatsoever that he the said John Glen had hath or ought to have of in or to two hundred fifty acres of land with the appurtenances thereunto belonging being in the Tenure and Occupation of the said Robert and James Glen, purchased from Roger Merick of Cecil County in the Province of Pennsylvania and David Merrick of Philadelphia County in the Province of Pennsylvania by the said John Glen Robert Glen and James Glen, as by an Indenture bearing date the Eleventh day of October one thousand seven hundred and twenty Relation being thereunto had more fully appears. To have and to hold all the said two hundred fifty acres of land with the appurtenances unto the said Robert Glen and James Glen their heris and assigns to the only use and behoof of them the said Robert Glen and James Glen their heirs and assigns forever so that the said John Glenn his heirs or any person or persons in his or their name or in the Name Right or Stead of any of them shall or will by any Means or Way hereafter claims challenge or Demand any Estate Right Title or Interest of in or to any the premises or any part or parcel thereof but from all and every Action Right Interest or demand of in or to the Premises or any part thereof they and every of them shall be utterly Excluded and barred forever by these presents And also the said John Glenn and his heirs the said two hundred and fifty acres of land and Appurtenances to the said Robert Glenn and James Glenn their heirs and assigns to their own proper use in manner afore specified against his heirs and assigns and every of them shall Covenant and forever defend by these presents In Witness Whereof the said John Glenn hath hereunto sett his hand and Seal the day, year first above written. John Glenn (his seal) Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the presence of Saml Alexander, John Alexander

Book 4 p 175 On the back side of the Proceeding release Endorsed written as followth tog. Know all men by these presents that I John Glenn have constituted my trusty friend Robert Bohannan of Cecil County My Lawfull Attorney and by these Presents do give and grant unto him my full power and Authority to Acknowledge the within deed of release and in relation thereunto to Act and Perform all things necessary as Amply and fully as I could do were I Personally Present. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal this twenty ninth day of March anno Dom One thousand Seven Hundred and twenty five Witness Psnt John Glenn (seal) Saml Alexander John Alexander This day came before the Subscribers two of his Lordships Justices for Cecil County Robert Bohannan being thereto Impowered as by Letter of Attorney hereon Endorsed and Acknowled the Within Lease According to Law as Witness our Hands this James Alexander Rt Thompson Recorded the 11th day of june Anno Dom 1725 P.L. Knight Clk.





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