Conception Bay North Region ~ Carbonear District
Perry's Cove - Proprietors of Chapel (1833)This will was read, recorded and transcribed by SUSAN SNELGROVE, November 2000. While I have endeavored to be as correct as humanly possible, there could be some typographical errors.
|Proprietors of Chapel at Perry's Cove (1833)|
PROPRIETORS OF CHAPEL AT PERRY’S COVE – TO – TRUSTEES FOR CONFERENCE
Memorial of a Deed bearing date the tenth day of September, the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty ? (may be “two”), whereby the Proprietors for a certain Chapel being at Perry’s Cove, for and in consideration of the sum of one shilling to them in funds paid, the receipt of which is acknowledged and ? good care and valuable considerations did grant, bargain, sell, transfer, assign and setover Robert PARSONS, William KING Snr, John BUTT Sen, John KELLAWAY, John ROSE, John SLADE, Richard KING and John BUTT Junior, “All the aforesaid Chapel and the appurtenances thereon belonging, and as soon as convenient to be used for Divine ? and Public Worship”. To have and to hold to the persons before named, their heirs, successors and assigns forever on the special Inst. and Confidence that they and their survivors and ? upon the conditions and views as are expressed in a former deed of which the above is a copy and dated at Carbonear the 11th day of November 1816.
In witness whereof each of us for ourselves, our heirs, administrators and assigns, have hereunto affixed our hands and seals this twenty-first day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty three (1833)
SLADE ELSON HARRISON & CO (co seal)
I hereby certify that the execution of the deed written on parchment of which the foregoing pages 287, 288,289 and 290 contain a true and correct copy by William Willis BEMISTER, one of the Grantors party thereto, was proved before myself on the twenty-first day of April, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven (1857) by the Affidavit of the Reverend William E. SHENSTON endorsed thereon and the same is in due course hereby actually registered by me this day. Given under my hand this twenty-second day of April, one thousand eight hundred and fifty seven AD (1857).
Wm. STARK, Registrar
Transcriber's NOTE: Surnames have been capitalized by the transcriber, and punctuation has been added to aid in the reading of this document. Any notations by transcriber have been italicized.
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