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Strafford County Deeds  Bk39  Pg449-450

Eli Glines


Know all men by these presents that I Phillip Jackson in the County of Strafford in the State of New Hampshire collector of taxes of and for the town of Eaton in said County for the year one thousand seven hundred eighty six by virtue of sundry acts and laws of said State relating to levying collecting taxes of non-resident proprietors of land in the town of Eaton aforesaid in said State and County aforesaid for and in consideration of seven shillings to me in hand paid on each rite or proprietors share before the delivery hereof by Eli Glines have given granted and sold and by these presents do give grant sell and convey unto him the said Eli Glines aforesaid his heirs and assigns forever one hole rite or proprietors share the original proprietor namely Edward Smith

Therein the said Eli Glines being the highest bidder for the same at public venue duly notified and held at Eaton so called at the dwelling house of Phillip Jackson aforesaid for the sail of lands in said Eaton belonging to such non resident proprietors or owners as are delinquent in paying on said taxes assessed thereon to have and to hold the said granted premises with the appurtenances thereof to him the said Eli Glines his heirs and assigns in fee simple forever. 

And I the Collector aforesaid do in my capacity agree to and with the said Eli Glines his heirs and assigns to warrant and defend the said premises to him the said Eli Glines his heirs and assigns against the lawful claimes and demands of any person or persons whomsoever.  Saving and reserving only to the owner or proprietor their heirs and assigns the rite of redemption according to law anything in this deed to the contrary notwithstanding. 

In witness whereof I do here set my hand and seal this Sixth day of July 1790.

 

Signed Sealed and Delivered              Phillip Jackson [seal]

In Presence of

Thomas Burk                                   State of New Hampshire

Samuel Jackson                                Grafton __Burton March 31, 1791

 

Then the within named Philap Jackson personally appeared and acknowledged the within riten instrument to be his free act and deed.

 

Before me Benjamin Weeks, Justice of the Peace

Rec’d November 24, 1794

 

 

 

             

 

                                                                                                                  

       

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