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Charlotte Co, NB, Canada
- 1830/5 Deed of
Robert LEE & others to Joseph LEE

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Charlotte County, New Brunswick, Canada
Deed
Book O, Page 36, No. 16
Robert LEE & Others to Joseph LEE
Executed 23 June 1811


Know all men by these presents that we Robert LEE and Mary my wife, Joseph DUDLEY and Susannah my wife, Edmund LEE and Elizabeth my wife, John LEE and Hannah my wife, Samuel SPRAGUE and Elizabeth my wife, and Nathaniel LEE all of the Parish of Saint George in the County of Charlotte, and Province of New Brunswick for and in Consideration of the sum of seven pounds ten shillings paid (for two shares of a lot of Land hereafter described) to me Robert LEE and Mary my wife, to me Samuel SPRAGUE and Elizabeth my wife one Cow, to me Joseph DUDLEY and Susannah my wife Five pounds, to me Edmund LEE and Elizabeth my wife Five pounds, to me John LEE and Hannah my wife Five pounds & to me Nathaniel LEE Five pounds lawful currency of the Province of New Brunswick aforesaid the receipt whereof we do hereby acknowledge Have granted, bargained and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain and sell unto Joseph LEE, Yeoman, of the County and Province aforesaid our respective shares of a tract or Lot of Land formerly granted to Daniel LEE, Senior and described as follows viz:

situated on the eastern side of the Maguaguadavick River a short distance above the Fredericton road, at the Testaquack river in the Parish of Saint George, in the County of Charlotte, in the Province of New Brunswick and bounded as follows viz:

Beginning at a Pine tree on the east side of the said river Testaquack at its mough, and from thence running North fifty degrees east one hundred and fifteen chains to a stake marked on the western line of Lots surveyed for Militay (sic) Settlers, thence north thirty degrees west along the said line thirty chains, thence south fifty degrees west one hundred and twenty two chains to the said river Magaguadavic, thence down stream along the bank of said river crossing the mouth of Testaquack river aforesaid to the place of beginning containing three hundred acres more or less

together with all the rights privileges and appurtenances thereto or thereunton appertaining. To have and to Hold the said land and premises aforesaid unto the said Joseph LEE. his heirs and assigns and to his and their own proper use and behoof forever. And we the said Robert and Mary LEE, Samuel and Elizabeth SPRAGUE, Joseph and Susannah DUDLEY, Edmund and Elizabeth LEE, John and Hannah LEE and Nathaniel LEE for ourselves, our heirs and assigns and administrators do truly covenant with the said Joseph LEE his heirs and assigns and that we have good right full power and Lawful authority to grant bargain and sell the premises aforesaid and will warrant and forever defend the same against the legal claims of any person or persons whatsoever

In witness whereof we have set our hands and seals this nineteenth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand, Eight hundred and thirty.

Signed sealed and hishis
Delivered in presenceRobert X LEE ssEdmond X LEE ss
of Moses VERNONmarkmark
Gideon VERNONhishis
Samuel X SPRAGUE ssJohn X LEE ss
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Rebecca X SPRAGUE ssNathaniel X LEE ss
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Joseph X DUDLEY ssThomas X BALEY ss
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Susan X DUDLEY ssHannah X BALEY ss
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Personally came before me Moses VERNON Esquire the within named Robert LEE, Samuel SPRAGUE & Rebeca SPRAGUE his Wife, Joseph DUDLEY and Susan DUDLEY his Wife, Edmond LEE, John LEE, Nathaniel LEE and Thomas BALEY and Hannah BALEY his Wife, who acknowledged that they signed and sealed the annexed Deed freely and of their own accord for purposes therein contained and Rebeca SPRAGUE Susan DUDLEY and Hannah BALEY was examined by me touching the said deed separately and apart from their said husbands who acknowledged that they signed and sealed the same freely and of their own accord without fear or compulsion of their said husbands. Moses VERNON JP
Recd &Regd 12th February 1835

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